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..
Nestled in Kerala, the beauty blessed by Gods lies the scenic city of Kozhikode or Calicut. Although the city was always a prosperous trading town, yet what lures the tourists are various delightful places to visit in Kozhikode. Kozhikode has made its unique place in Indian history, as it is where Vasco da Gama, the..
Bordered by the Western Ghats and the emerald Vembanad Lake, Kottayam is one of the most beautiful destinations in Kerala. There are various adorable places in Kottayam. Well-known for its scenic backwaters, picturesque hills, old world charm, interesting sights, churches, temples, and stunning beauty, Kottayam must be included on a holiday in Kerala. Once a..
Kerala beguiles with the sobriquet of ‘God’s own country’. The articulate mosaic of sun-kissed beaches, serene backwaters, plush foliage, exciting houseboats etc. act as a crowd-pulling magnet. But, the list doesn’t end here! There are some enthralling offbeat places in Kerala which await to be explored right now! Read on to know more about these..
Tourism in Kerala has usually revolved around its backwaters, houseboats and Ayurveda massages, and why not? After all, it’s these attractions that makes Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. However, there is another form of tourism, known as village tourism that shows you the traditional lifestyle of its people in the..
India is a land of many unique wonders and of them, there is a natural spectacle coming up on the calendar; the blooming of Neelakurinji flowers that happens only once in 12 years. These beautiful bluish-purple flowers grow in the Western Ghats. To witness this fascinating sight, the hills of Munnar in Kerala welcome tourists..
Kerala proves its title of ‘God’s Own Country’ not just because of its paradisiacal beauty but also as a destination where different religions coexist peacefully. Temples, churches, mosques, gurudwara and monasteries dot Kerala. Religion is a way of life here. Ancient shrines, miraculous legends, spiritual bliss and true belief will lure you for a visit..