The whole world halts, only the canals flow, the palms smile, and the journey goes on. A ride down to Kerala isn’t just an experience, it’s a story knit by conversations amid nature. Humbly called ‘God’s Own Country’, there have been times when things turned the other way for Kerala, but the state stood firm..
Kerala, India’s timeless tourist destination, has made a stunning comeback in the tourism industry. This time by getting featured in CNN Travel’s 19 places to visit in 2019. Fondly known as God’s Own Country, the state has smitten travelers time and again with its gem-like tourist attractions, which is not surprising at all. The travel..
Red carpet rolling out, spotlights on, and then walks down the city of Kerala which has been winning hearts since forever. Kollam, one of the popular attractions of South India is best known for having a long coastline and a warm connect with Ashtamudi Lake. When the city tends to take a back seat, the..
Paying homage at any holy place offers a blissful experience and churches in Kerala are no exception. Meticulously designed and portraying superb architecture, these sacred places of worship lure visitors from all over the world. Home to the very first church, it is no wonder why Kerala is considered as the ‘Cradle of Christianity’ in..
In order to help Kerala boost its tourism sector, 100 tourists from Australia traveled to a village in Alappuzha. Interestingly, the group also included the International music band Australian World Orchestra and they enjoyed spending time with the locals. This amazing Kerala experience was a part of Kerala’s effort to enhance the flood-affected tourism sector…
One of the royal palaces of the kingdom of Travancore, The Padmanabhapuram Palace is a charming gem of Kerala’s vast heritage. Occupied as the seat of governance from the 16th to the late 18th Century, the royal palace is one of the most popular historical attractions of Kerala. Though geographically a part of the state..
Albeit Kerala is beautiful throughout the year, the month of September holds something special for the tourists. The lush greenery of the state is refreshed with the rains and several festivals are also held during this time. During this time, the southwest monsoon which brings rain to all of South India, gradually begins retreating, and..
There are many reasons to fall in love with Kerala, from its wonderful beaches to its ancient tradition of Ayurveda. Not only is it blessed by nature’s bounty, but it also boasts a glorious heritage. Kerala is also famous for its amazing backwaters that are a wonderful combination of lakes, canals and lagoons stretching parallel..
Set amid the bliss of Western Ghats, Wayanad is one of the most popular holiday destinations in in Kerala and also India. Surrounded by lush greenery of forests, plummeting valleys, roaring waterfalls, thriving wildlife and more, the charming town acts as a therapy for the weary body, mind and soul. Named among the most gorgeous..
The quiet sleepy town of Varkala, situated almost 50km from Thiruvananthapuram, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kerala. It has much to offer by way of natural beauty, from the Varkala Beach with its rock cliff to the Kappil Lake which is surrounded by lush coconut plantations. Besides its natural beauty, Varkala..