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Kerala Tourism

God’s own country is rightly named so for it is one of the 10 paradises of Earth  – Kerala

Welcome to Kerala! The stunning tropical landscape of the place coupled with the tranquil backwaters is sure to make you ecstatic. It is truly blessed by God with heavenly geographical features, which makes it a sought after tourist destination in the Indian sub-continent.


As per ancient history, the entire state of Kerala was besieged by Sea by the Chera King Senkuttuvan, which was recovered by the axe-wielding warrior sage Parasurama. From the beginning of the Christian era, Kerala has been ruled by many influential empires like the Sanghams, Kulasekara EEmpire, Chola and Pandya Kingdoms till the European arrivals. After Independence, Travancore and Kochi were merged to form Travancore-Cochin. In 1956, Kasargod, Malabar, and Travancore-Cochin were merged to form Kerala.

Kerala’s lush green vegetation is filled with exotic herbs and spices, which couldn’t be cultivated anywhere else in the country. Kerala’s spices have been a major part of export trade since 3000 BCE. The Western Ghats mountain chain of Kerala is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These chain forests are considered older than the Himalayas. Its unique geographical features consisting of tranquil beaches, emerald backwaters, serene hill stations, exotic wildlife, luxuriant vegetation, luxuriant mountain ranges are nowhere to be found.


Kerala has a long history of enriched traditions and Art & Culture. Its culture is a beautiful fusion of Aryan and Dravidian cultures. Festivals and performing arts form an important part of Kerala’s culture. Some of the important festivals of the state are Onam, Pooram, Attukal Pongala, etc. Dance forms like Kathakali, Koodiyattom, Thullal are worldwide popular. Kerala also has a history of rich literary works. The cuisines of the state are a mix of sumptuous vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals including exotic seafood.


Whether it is bringing your romantic desires to life with Kerala tour packages for couples or making sure you & your family have a good time with our family holiday packages, there is something wonderful in store for everybody. Kerala is a top tourist destination in India for many reasons, including its backwaters.

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Kerala “A narrow strip land” situated in the south western part of India. Arabian Sea on its west and Western Ghats mountain range on its east blooms with natural beauty and crossed by a number of water bodies (well- known as backwaters) has given beginning to internal water boating systems, which also work as the main trade means in the state.


Kerala can be accessed by air. The state has three main airports located at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikode. Two of which Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi has an international airport which serves both major domestic and international flights all over the world, round the year while The Karipur Airport, Kozhikode present domestic airlines.


Kerala is well-connected to all the major cities of India including the four metropolitan cities namely, New-Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai through an effective train services link. There are around 200 railway stations in Kerala which connect places both within and outside Kerala. Here one can use of Super-Fast, and express trains to reach ones preferred destination.


Kerala is directly connected by road to some of the neighbouring states of South India like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. National Highway no.47, 17, 49, and an expanded system of metalled roads connect Kerala to the rest of the country. Buses, tourist taxis, and autos are the main modes of road transport.

Best Time to Visit Kerala

Kerala, the place where nature plays in its most beautiful colours and whose legends have made it popular as “God’s own country”, is a sought after tourist destination for all kinds of tourists. So today we have brought to you a guide to time your Kerala trip perfectly.

FromSummer season marks its presence in the state with hot and humid climate during these months. Sun shines overhead and there might be times when your clothes might be drenched due to a lot of sweat. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t go tripping here from March to May,

This is the time when rains come and wash everything to make Kerala look renewed, rejuvenated and refreshed. There can be cool and light drizzle or roaring heavy showers intermittently.

Kerala sees two spells of monsoon season. First is the Southwest monsoon which arrives here before advancing to other parts of India. Thereafter, a short haul of rains in September is followed by Northeast monsoon that stays from October till December starting. 


During these months, Kerala experiences cool dry weather and according to travel pundits, this is the peak touring season as this place receives a lot of tourist traffic. 

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