Kerala - Known as 'The God's own country'
Famous for its greenery and natural beauty
Kerala, also referred to as God’s own country, is an Indian State located on the Malabar Coast of South-west India. Kerala is also named as one of the ten paradises of the world by the National Geographic Traveler.
Formed on 1st November 1956, Kerala is blessed with dense forests, awesome and beautiful beaches, rocky coasts and cliffs, maze of backwaters, rivers, temples, and fascinating National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. The State of Kerala also has the highest literacy rate in India. It is full of greenery and natural beauty all around which makes it a perfect destination for nature lovers. Kerala is also famous for tea plantations.
Kerala is also the most popular honeymoon destination in India with the fact that it offers a wide range of activities for the newlyweds. Spending an evening in the house boat could be the memorable experience for the couples. One can explore the natural beauty of the State; can experience adventurous wildlife and a variety of flora and fauna. Besides this, tourists can also enjoy the memorable and adventurous elephant ride and the steamer boat ride. They can also spend quality time in shopping for various handicraft items, bags, clothes, the most famous Kerala spices, tea and coffee. Drinking the famous and refreshing Coconut Water of Kerala is something not to be missed. One can also enjoy the fresh and delicious sea food.
Places of Interest
Below are the main places of attraction for tourists:
Best Time to visit Kerala
The best season to visit Kerala is from November to March.
How to reach Kerala
Kerala is easily accessible by air; the International Airports are at Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi while the domestic airport is at Kozhikode. Most of the cities of Kerala are well connected through rail network with the other major cities of India.