Kerala is located to the extreme south of Indian Nation. The only state in India which has a coastal line of 550km & popular for its enchanting backwaters, which can be called as the lifeline of the state.
Not only the backwaters & beaches, terms like Ayurveda treatments, art & ancient dance forms like Kathakali, Koodiyattam, Thullal etc are also familiar to travellers. One of the honeymooner’s paradise and best selling itineraries – Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages.
Besides, Kerala is the first state to attain 100% literacy rate among all other states in India.
Kerala, referred as “Gods Own Country” & “Paradise for Travellers” is a place popular for its vibrant backwaters, ancient temples, picture-book towns, sprawling tea plantations including many spices, sandy beaches and many more. The Greenery from the top view is due to Coconut groves and thick forests as the state is bordered with Arabian Sea & Western Ghats on the other side.
Kerala is the only state in India as each & every location within has something or the other including ancient temples which are examples of ancient sculpture and carvings and hence its known as Gods Own Country. Kerala Culture is something exceptional which is well maintained since decades and even its still followed by the government and the localites.
Bordered by Arabian Sea on the west & south, North by Karnataka, East by Tamil Nadu, Kerala enjoys a blissfull weather and hence the state is a favorite spot for honeymooners.
Climate is humid except hill stations like Munnar, Wayanad & Thekkady which enjoys a cool climate throughout the year. Otherwise Kerala enjoys a tropical climate.
The unique beauty and charisma differ Kerala from other Indian states. Natural beauty is something which is exceptional and remains uncompared. Its not just the natural beauty alone, Kerala offers array of attractions including backwaters, wildlife reserves, waterfalls, beaches, hill stations, temples and many more.
A total route of 900km waterways which are connected by rivers, lakes and other inlets makes the backwaters huge in size. An overnight stay & a cruise aboard Houseboat, which are also referred as Kettuvallams is an experience cherished by all travellers visiting Kerala. Alleppey & Kumarakom are the destinations one could enjoy the backwaters at its best. People often travel to Alleppey to witness the boat races during Onam festival. A stay at any of the above 2 places is always advisable for travellers preferably honeymooners.
The architectural beauty, sculptures, carvings etc. make the temples in Kerala unique. The well known temple of Sree Padmanabhaswamy is located in Trivandrum. Its not just Trivandrum alone, most of the towns have this kind of unique temples like Guruvayur, Sabarimala, Mannarasala, Ambalapuzha, Sivagiri etc. Most of the temples are built during the reign of King.
A visit to Kerala Hill Station would make you settle there for remaining life. No wonder, its just the beauty and weather hold you there. Travellers visiting places like Munnar, Wayanad for a night, usually extends the stay for 03 to 04 nights. Hill stations are nestled in the lap of Western Ghats and Blue Mountains. Winding lanes, sprawling plantations, picturebook towns – these are often referred to Kerala Hill Stations. Adventurous activities including trekking, mountain climbing, spice plantation tours and options of boat rides, bird watching, and photography are also added attractions.
Kerala is nestled with 02 National Reserves & 12 Wildlife Parks. Flora & Fauna which are diverse is the speciality in these areas. Elephant rides, Wildlife Tours, Trekking, Boat rides are the best way to visit this Sanctuaries which are quite adventurous. A wildlife tour is an ideal option to get closer to the various unique creations of the earth. Chinnar, Thattekkad, Silent Valley, Periyar, Kumarakom, Kadalundi, Idukki, Eravikulam etc. are the most popular sanctuaries available in the state.
600km, Kerala has one of the longest coastline when compared to any other state in India with sandy & drive-in beaches. Beaches are the favorite spots for people coming from other foreign nations and the best example is Kovalam Beach, crowded only by foreign nationals during season. Other beaches which are quite famous include Cherai, Varkala, Alleppey, Kappad, Fort Kochi etc. also attract many number of tourists throughout the year. Activities including Swimming, Surfing, Scuba diving, Water rides etc. are also available in these beach destinations.
A typical and ancient kind of treatment believed to be originated in Kerala. A stress buster now a days as people from around the world travel to Kerala for such treatments as part of rejuvenation and relaxation therapy. People prefer to try Ayurveda as there won’t be any heavy dose of costly medicines or surgeries like Allopathy. A normal massage would heal minor issues of a human body. Most popular ayurveda centers are located in Palakkad, Trivandrum, Malappuram etc.
How to reach Kerala:-
By Air: Calicut International Airport covering North Kerala, Cochin International Airport covering Central Kerala & Trivandrum International Airport covering South Kerala.
By Rail: Excellent connectivity to all the major metros including New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore etc. More than 200+ railway stations within the small state.
By Road: National Highways connects Kerala with other states and one of the easiest way to travel from southern Kerala to North. State Highways are also available within the state to cover towns & villages within the state.