Formerly known as Cochin, it is one of the principal seaports of the country. It was a major spice-trading centre on the Arabian Sea coast since the 14th century. The site of the first European colonial settlement in India
The summer resort of the erstwhile British colonialists, Munnar is an enchantingly beautiful hill station with a perfect blend of nature and wildlife. It is located in the eastern part of Kerala in the Western Ghats.
With its unspoilt tropical forests, Periyar is best known for its wildlife. It is located in the southeastern part of Kerala and surrounded by beautiful destinations like Kumily and Murikkady.
A popular backwater destination, Kumarakom is a cluster of little islands on the Vembanad Lake lined with mangrove forests and coconut palms and is part of the Kuttanad region. The Kuttanad region is unique in that it cultivates paddy below sea level.
Located in the southern-most coast of Kerala, a state in southwest India, Kovalam, once a regular fishing village, has moved on from being a hippy destination in the early seventies to becoming one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Together with Goa and Mamallapuram
Formerly known as Alleppey, it is one of the most visited backwater tourist spots. Situated on the southwestern coast of India and occupying a total area of 1,414 sq kms, it is known as the gateway to the backwaters. Roughly mid-way between Kollam (85 kms south) and Kochi (64 kms north)
Referred to as the “ Evergreen city of India” by Mahatma Gandhi, this capital city of India’s most literate state Kerala, sits on an undulating terrain of low hills near the southernmost tip of India and shares a close cultural relationship with its neighbouring sate, Tamil Nadu.