South India is dotted with places to suit the varied interests of travelers. Among the best places to visit in Kerala and Karnataka are Munnar and Coorg, respectively. Both are hill stations of their states and much-loved tourist hubs. Having their own set of attractions that draw tourists from far and wide, both these hill..
Did you know? Kerala is home to the world’s richest Hindu temple – Padmanabhaswamy Temple! Truly, the land of coconut and pristine backwaters is an enticing state that is renowned as ‘God’s own Country’. No wonder, it has been enlisted among the top family holiday destinations in the world by Lonely Planet. Kerala is generously..
If Kerala can be called as one of the most beautiful places in India then backwaters surely must be its priceless adornment. A chain or network of waterways, lagoons, estuaries, lakes and canals, backwaters are something which is unique only to this region of the country. Enveloped in the flourishing greenery, the backwaters provide a..
Thiruvananthapuram or Trivandrum is the capital of Kerala. It presents the perfect blend of rich heritage and colonial legacy. No wonder, there is no dearth of best places to visit in Trivandrum. Bordering the Arabian Sea, Trivandrum boasts about towering temples, incredible museums, long sandy coastlines, and elegant palaces. This city has retained its old-world..
A beach lover’s delight, Kerala offers its soft sands and clear waters to keen vacationers. An assortment of secluded, laid-back, sporty, and party beaches are dotted all over God’s Own Country. There is archetypal beach getaway vacation for couples, families, solo travelers, and every visitor in this state. Nothing spells beach paradise like warm weather,..
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..
Kerala, also known as God’s Own Country, allures tourists through its fascinating backwaters, Ayurveda, beaches, waterfalls and much more. However, have you ever pondered over the origin and history of Kerala’s name? The earliest mention of this region can be traced all the way back to the 3rd century BCE on a rock inscription from..
The month of August is the best time to make plans for Kerala. It’s spectacular! It’s the end of monsoon here and there are only some light showers. The entire environment looks rejuvenated and totally justifies its name ‘God’s Own Country’. The fields are green, sky is blue and water is pristine. Festivals, Ayurveda, wildlife,..
Kasaragod, the northernmost district of Kerala possessing a 293km long coastline, is a regularly frequented tourist destination. This is a wonderful place, dipped in history and blessed with nature’s bounty. From the majestic forts that seem to tell a story, to the magnificent mosques and temples scattered around the district, every place is a visitor’s..
Appearing like a silver lining on verdant background with craggy Western Ghats, the waterfalls in Kerala look quite spectacular. One of the best natural features in the ‘God’s Own Country’, these small and large water streams are also ideal settings for family picnics. The scenic beauty and tranquil surroundings cast a spell with their matchless..