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Welcome To Kerala

Kerala, in southwestern India is a very popular tourist destination. Tourists from all over the world travel to Kerala to enjoy an Indian holidays on the beaches, backwaters and hills of Kerala. Traveler's come to see Kerala's wildlife sanctuaries, historic cities and temples. Stressed out urban dwellers rejuvenate themselves at the ayurveda spas and resorts in Kerala. On Kerala India Tour they discover why Kerala is truly "God's own country."

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Tourist Attractions in Kerala
  1. Thiruvananthapuram: The capital of Kerala was earlier called Trivandrum and is known for its mild climate. The Sri Ananthapadmanabhaswamy temple, the Sri Chitra Art gallery, palaces of the family of the Maharajas of Travancore, museums and the beautiful Kovalam beach not far away, make Trivandrum a pleasant Indian holiday destination.

  2. Kochi: Known as the "Queen of the Arabian Sea" Kochi (Cochin) is a busy port city, which is known for the Chinese fishing nets in its harbor, the Jewish synagogue, St Francis Church, the Dutch Palace at Matancherry, Fort Cochin and the Santa Cruz Basilica. Cochin harbor is also an attractive sight with ships, people and tourists coming together to ensure there's never a dull moment.

  3. Kovalam Beach: Rated among the best beaches in the world, Kovalam beach is situated 18 km from Thiruvananthapuram. You can enjoy sunbathing on the sandy beach, or swimming in the Arabian Sea. There are also facilities for water sports such as surfing, jet skiing, water skiing and catamaran rides.

  4. Backwaters: The backwaters of Kerala, are calm palm-fringed waterways that connect villages along the coast, particularly around Allapuzha. You can enjoy a cruise on a traditional houseboat or Kettuvallom into a serene world of quiet water and greenery interrupted only by the sound of rippling water and birdcalls.

  5. Alleppey (Alappuzha): Some of the most scenic kerala backwaters are to be seen near this town of the coast of Kerala, India. Allapuzha is the venue for the annual snake boat races held during the Onam festival, where teams compete for the Nehru Gold Cup. The event is a popular tourist attraction where crowds gather to cheer their favorite teams.

  6. Kumarakom: This group of islands in Vembanad Lake is an out of this world destination. The beauty of the swaying palm trees, green paddy fields, waterways and the sound of birdsong from the nearby bird sanctuary makes an Indian Holiday at Kumarakom, truly unforgettable.

  7. Kairali Ayurvedic Health Resorts: Ayurveda, which has been practiced in India for centuries, as a traditional system of healing and rejuvenation, is now known worldwide. Tourists come to Kerala from across the world to experience the benefits of ayurvedic massage therapy, which involves treating the body with oils made from medicinal herbs.

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Kerala Hill Stations
  1. Munnar Hill Station: The hill station is a perfect example of blend of wildlife and nature. You have great experience in tent houses and tree houses in this place. The spectacular sight of Munnar is something which will always remain alive in your sight. This was a popular summer resort for British colonial powers. Some popular attractions of Munnar are Eravikulam National Park, the Anamudi peak, Rajamala, Power House Waterfalls, Kundala, Echo Point, CSI Christ Church and to name a few. Trekking, mountain walking and other popular sports are waiting for you.

  2. Devikulam Hills: This place is just seven kilometers from Munnar. This is an ideal hill station with velvet lawns, exotic fauna and flora with cool climate and wonderful fragrance of air. Sita Devi Lake is famous for its mineral rich water, fishing and boating. It is believed that Ram and Sita the legendary mythological figures came to this lake and hence this is so enchanting and ever glowing. The hill station is simply irresistible.

  3. Peerumed Hills: This hill station is a good stopover on your way to Thekkady. Though it is a small hill station, but Peerumed hills is surrounded by hills and valleys that are known for some wonderful waterfalls, delighting trekking trails, and open grasslands. A visit to this hill station during summers is a pleasant experience.

  4. Lakkidi Hills: This hill station is the gateway to Wayanad wildlife sanctuary. The hill station is situated 700 meters above the sea-level. The gurgling water streams, lofty peaks and dense forest cover with plantations around make this hill station a paradise for those who wish tranquility and peace for oneself for some days.

  5. Wagamon Hills: This Hill Station in Kerala is a delight for trekkers. With an elevation of more than 1100 meters above sea-level the hill station offers some great experience to visitors. There are picturesque picnic spots, beautiful hill-rocks and other attractions. The other remarkable hills stations of Kerala which offer everything one wishes in a hill station are Elaveezhapoonchira hill station, Palakkad hill station, Attappady, Dhoni, Tusharagiri etc.

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Kerala Wildlife Destinations
  1. Periyar National Park: This is located on descend of western-ghats. It is a famous sanctuary throughout Indian for homing Indian tigers, panther, sloth bear, wild boar, elephants, and some rare variety of reptiles. The best time to watch the wild animals are during the months of March and April. The majestic elephants make their ways through the forest providing excellent shots for your cameras.

  2. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary: This bird sanctuary is located just 12 kilometers from Kottayam and borders the Vembanad Lake. It homes some famous migratory birds like egrets, darters, herons, waterfowls, teals and others. Even Siberian storks migrate to this bird sanctuary quite frequently. The best way to witness this bird sanctuary is to take a cruise along the Vembanad Lake. There is a captivating island in the middle of the lake called Pathiramanal which also homes some wonderful birds. You can access the island by boat.

  3. Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary: You can access this wildlife sanctuary from Cochin which is 143 km away, from Kumarakom (114 km) and Kumily which is just 4 kilometers away from it. This sanctuary homes some famous and rare variety of flora and fauna that are accustomed to tropical climates. The flora species include whitepine, palai, maravuri, banyan tree, kuntherekka pine and others. The wide variety of fauna species includes elephants, deer, tigers, cobra, vipers, bears, rat snake, wild dogs, and other forest species. You can also witness some arboreal birds like hill myna, jungle barber, robin bird, large pied wagtail, herons and others.

  4. Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary: This wildlife sanctuary of Kerala is famous for bison or gaur. Besides that you can spot beautiful sambars in the grassland grazing and running, jungle cat, common otter, lion tailed macaque, sloth bear, and to name a few. This sanctuary is thickly forested by Bamboos, rosewood tree, sandalwood, and teak. Such flora also homes variety of reptiles in the sanctuary. The sanctuary homes almost all ranges of vipers. The teak forest is the largest in Asia in regards to range.

  5. Eravikulam National Park: This sanctuary or national park is the wettest region of south with an average rainfall of more than 4500mm. The Eravikulam National park is nearest to Munnar hill station. Being situated around slopes, it witness heavy rainfall. It is an important ecological park with variety of fauna and flora that have zoological and geo-morphological importance. You will be able to witness high grasslands with tigers, panthers, wild boars and sloth bears around the forest. The other wild life sanctuaries of Kerala are - Wynad Wildlife Sanctuary, Silent Valley National Park, Thattekad Bird Sanctuary, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary, Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary, etc.