The state situated on the tropical Malabar Coast of southwestern India, between the Western Ghats on the East and the Arabian Sea on the West, the land known as Kerala is a destination of a lifetime.
Kerala, in south India, is often referred to as God’s Own Country. The state is rich in traditions, culture and beauty. Its unique culture, tradition and demography made kerala one of the most loved tourist destination in the world. The beauty of palm filled beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, the majestic hills of Munnar and Vagamon, the mind blowing beautiful backwaters of Kumarakom and Kuttanad and enchanting forest of Thekkady and Silent Valley will make you bowled over. Kerala is known for its ecotourism initiatives such as mountaineering, trekking and bird-watching programmes in the Western Ghats are some of the major activities. Medical tourism, promoted by traditional systems of medicine like Ayurveda and Siddha, is popular in the state, and attracts increasing numbers of tourists. The Palaces and Museum of History & Heritage exibits range from Iron age to that of modern era.
For travellers, Kerala is India’s most serenely beautiful state. 600km of Arabian sea coast and beaches glistening backwaters, and spice-tea covered mountains and hills in the Western Ghats. Kerala make home to wild elephants, exotic birds and tiger. Traditions such as Kathakali, temple festivals and snake-boat racesbring even the villages to live. So there is no wonder in the slogan “God’s Own Country”. The top experiences in this state make it God’s Own Country.
National Geographic’s Traveller magazine named Kerala as one of the “ten paradises of the world”and “50 must see destinations of a lifetime”.Travel and Leisure also described Kerala as “One of the 100 great trips for the 21st century. the state is one of the fastest-growing popular destinations in the world. That such a small terrain can hold diverse geographical features and cultures is a wonder in itself. So to conclude “Welcome to Kerala – God’s Own Country”