Kerala-“God’s Own Country”

Tourist Place Name



South West Region of Malabar Coast of India

Main Attraction

Bekal Fort, Kovalam Beach, Munnar, Ponmudi, Cochin and Kumarakom

Best Time To Visit

Every year October to June


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About Kerala


Kerala brings to one’s mind the image of palm fringed beaches, pristine backwaters, greenery and tranquil villages. Nature has generously blessed this land with the treasure of beauty and purity. Proudly, Kerala has been named “Ten Paradises of the World” as well as “Fifty Places of a Lifetime” by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.


Must visits include -

  1. Bekal Fort
  2. Kovalam beach
  3. Munnar
  4. Ponmudis
  5. Cochin 
  6. Kumarakom
Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attractions of Kerala-


Thiruvananthapuram or Trivandram is the capital of Kerala and has many tourist attractions. The Padmanabhaswami temple, is amongst the 108 shrines sacred to the Vaishnavites. The Sri Chitra Art Gallery is the perfect place for the art lovers. Many kings have built their palaces in and around Trivandrum. There is a 250-year-old temple car of Lord Vishnu in the compound of the museum. Do not miss to take a boat-ride on the enchanting backwaters.

Kochi- Queen of the Arabian Sea:

Fort Kochi reveals the true European heritage of old times. Santa Cruz Basilica is a landmark of Kochi as well as a major tourist attraction. Also, there are places like St. Francis Church, The Paradeshi Synagogue and also The Dutch Palace at Mattancherry.

Kovalam- City of Beaches:

Kovalam in Malyalam means “ a groove of coconut trees” .The scenic beauty of Kovalam’s beaches leads to its name “Paradise of South India”. In fact, it has many Yoga centers, great for therapeutic and rejuvenation. The three beaches Hawa Beach, Ashoka Beach and the Lighthouse Beach form the crescent shape of the Kovalam Beach.

 Munnar:The Panorama Hill Station
Travelers can experience a pristine view of the panoramic surroundings and the lush and dense forested hills. One can take a walk through tea estates in Munnar and enjoy the entire process of tea making in the Kundale tea plantation. The National Adventure Foundation provides a course on Paragliding in Munnar. Anaimudi, the highest peak in southern India (2,695 m), can be spotted from Munnar. The Christ Church in Munnar is an important tourist spot.Boating in the lakes is also popular in Munnar.

Varkala: - Exotic Beach City

The coastline of Varkala is exceptional is its landscape. The Towering cliffs around  seem to be guarding the beach. This beautifully exotic beach city can truly make one say that this is Incredible India! 

Mararikulam:  - A Fishing Village

Situated almost 60kms south of Cochin, Mararikulam has been just an hour's drive from Cochin. It is a spectacular stretch of beach with soft sand and fringed with palms. This local fishing village can take to the times 100 years back.

How to Reach

How to Reach Kerala

  1. By Air - Thiruvnanthapuram International Airport as well as Cochin Airport in Nedumbasherry serves to both domestic and international flights whereas The Karipur Airport in Kozhikode serves to domestic airlines.plays host to domestic airlines while the.
  2. By Road - The National Highways NH 17,47,  49, and a network of metalled roads connect Kerala with the rest of the country.
  3. By Rail - With over 200 railway stations in the state, one can opt for a huge option of trains to travel outside or within Kerala.


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