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Kerala, often called ‘God’s own country’ is located in the southern part of India. It has Arabic sea on its west and the Western Ghats on its East. The topographic location of Kerala provides it amazing attraction points such as calm beaches, enchanting backwaters, spectacular hill stations, and exotic wildlife. The natural beauty of this place leaves travelers spell bound, wanting to come back again and again. Kerala provides every element of a complete holiday; relaxation, fun, rejuvenation, health and peace.

Getting There

Kerala has three international airports of Thiruvanathapuram, Cochin and Kozhikode. Another international airport is proposed at Kannur. Reaching Kerala is very easy as many international and domestic airlines have direct regular flights to Kerala. The railways network of Kerala is very strong and is controlled by three divisions. Major stations are Kannur, Kozhikode, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Chengannur, Kayamkulam Junction, Shornur Junction, Palakkad Junction, Thrissur, Ernakulam Junction, Kollam Junction and Thiruvananthapuram Central. Rails charter to Kerala also gives an ultimate experience of Railway tourism. Kerala is connected to all the major highways so one can reach easily by road as well.

Tourist destinations in Kerala


The state of Kerala boasts on the long coastline of 600kms. There are plenty of beautiful beaches, which are a perfect blend of sand, surf and sea. You will find large number of palm trees swinging along the coast increasing the natural beauty of its beaches. It also offers unlimited opportunities to tourists to enjoy several water sports activities such as swimming, diving, water-scooting, paragliding and parasailing.

Wildlife Sanctuaries

The rich forests and hill slopes of the Western Ghats has presented the green land with wide range of wildlife creatures. They also nest rich collection of fauna and flora species. The delighting beauty of wildlife creatures attracts visitors from across the globe. As per an estimate, the wildlife of Kerala have approximately 102 species of mammals, 476 species of birds, 89 species of amphibians, 169 species of reptiles and 202 species of fishes.

Kerala Ayurveda

The state of Kerala has become almost synonym with Ayurveda, being called Kerala Ayurveda. Ayurveda is the most famous and renowned “science of longevity” offered by India. The traditional Indian system of medicine – Ayurveda is fast gaining popularity all over the world due to its high impact of healing. India had developed this unique medicinal system thousands of years ago. Ayurveda believes in using things made available by nature. Various natural herbs and oils are used in treatments and therapies. Ayurveda emphasizes and works towards establishing a balance between Mind, Body and Soul. Ayurveda is being practiced in Kerala for a very long time and is being continuously improved upon based on the extensive research being carried out under the guidance of Ayurveda Vaidyas, who have been practicing Ayurveda through generations. Various specialty Ayurveda resorts offer traditional authentic Ayurveda therapies and treatments. The warm hospitality and the natural surroundings make these places preferred destination for people looking to relax, heal and rejuvenate.

Holidays in Kerala

The State of Kerala has a lot to offer to everyone. It has beautiful beaches, serpentine backwaters, hill stations, ayurveda, scrumptious cuisine, and wildlife sanctuaries to make holidays delightful. Kerala is famous for its exceptional natural beauty.

Kerala is empowered with the enigmatic and enchanting tourist attractions that are fascinating, alluring, and enticing. The land of keen charm and beauty, Kerala lure myriad of tourists from across the globe and engage them to enjoy the ultimate vacation, with options ranging from alluring and exciting backwaters, fascinating and charming beaches, musical waterfalls, national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, museums, village life experience, Ayurveda, home stays and much more.

Backwaters of Kerala

One of the most popular tourist attractions of Kerala is its backwaters. The Kerala backwaters is a vast network of interconnected lakes, rivers and canals, having its own unique eco-system, wherein the fresh water from rivers meets the salty seawater of the Arabian Sea. The picturesque serene of Kerala’s backwaters are simply amazing and attracts millions of tourists every year. The most famous backwaters of Kerala are Alleppey, Kumarakom, Kovalam, Cochin, Trivandrum, Thiruvallam and Kasargod. One can enjoy boat rides, ferries and stays in houseboats.

Travelling over backwater is among the most popular attractions of Kerala tourism. Backwater cruising, having short sharp turns or angles, consisting a network of approximately 900 kilometer waterways, connected with rivers, lakes, inlets and canals, draws a lot of tourists to Kerala. Tourists can enjoy cruising in the Kettuvalams, the traditional houseboats. During the cruising, you can enjoy the breathtaking view of lush green fields, oscillating palm trees and ancient monuments.

Hill Stations of Kerala

Kerala’s hill stations are as famous as its backwaters. The beautiful hill stations of Kerala are known for their beauty and wealth of natural resources like herbs, minerals, etc. For adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts, the high ranges of Kerala hills hold a distinctive charm. These hill stations are well covered with natural greenery of tropical forests and terrace plantations, have vast valleys, cliffs and misty mountain peaks. Situated away from the cities, Wildlife sanctuaries offers a lot of wildlife to explore, local cuisines, tree top huts in the jungle interiors and cozy homestays. The diverse flora and fauna of Kerala offers visitors countless opportunities to relax, enjoy and rejuvenate.

Famous Cities of Kerala


Alleppey is located in the middle of beautiful and amazing network of water substances, surrounded by the network of lakes. Blue lagoons, lakes and rivers are the main attraction of this city. Here you will observe the complete blend of excellent destinations and water bodies. You can have fun in the boat rides while enjoying the city view. Alleppey is famous for the annual Nehru Boat Race and its backwaters. While visiting the Alleppey, you must visit Alappuzha beach, Ambalappuzha Krishna Temple and Vijaya Beach Park.


Cochin is located on the southwest coast of the Indian Peninsula. It is very famous for its authentic Ayurveda retreats, backwaters and natural beauty. While visiting Cochin, you must visit Santa Cruz Basilica, Cherai Beach, The Dutch Palace, Chinese Fishing Nets, St. Francis Church, and Hill Palace Museum.


Kumarakom is a beautiful town located on the Vembanad Lake, also known as Kerala’s rice bowl. Main attractions of Kumarakom are Aruvikkuzhi waterfall, Bird Sanctuary, Aranmula, Pathiramanal, Vaikom, Vembanad Lake and backwater cruise.


Munnar is famous for several attractions such as Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Eravikulam National Park, Tata Tea Museum, CSI Church, Sita Devi Lake of Devikulam, Thoovanam Waterfalls, Sandalwood forests, Mattupety Dam, Echo point and much more.

Welcome to Kerala!