Travel To Kerala - Indian Panorama
Kerala, widely dubbed ‘God’s Own Country’, has been established for more than 2 decades as one of India’s premier tourist destinations. Historic Fort Cochin, the lush paddy fields and expansive backwaters network of canals and streams around Alleppey, the emerald carpet of tea estates stretching to every horizon at Munnar, herds of elephants drinking and bathing by a lake high in the mountains, and long sandy beaches lapped by an azure-blue sea, Kerala has a bit of everything.
You could easily spend a fortnight or more just exploring Kerala, or combine time here with a visit to the contrasting but equally compelling neighbouring southern states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala.Here are a few ideas about how you might explore Kerala. We have a lot more ideas to share as well, so get in touch!
Popular Tour Itineraries
Kerala City Guide
Top Tourist Attractions in Kerala
Which destination has attracted you the most in Kerala? Find here a list that will definitely surpass your expectations. The wildlife sanctuaries, water reservoirs and the tea plantations take you closer to nature’s enticing beauty.
Activities to do in Cochin
Temples to Visit in Kerala
Kerala is popular among the spiritual seekers also, besides its popular destinations. World renowned Padmanabhaswamy temple, Guruvayur Krishnan temple, Sabarimala Ayyappan Temple are some of the popular temples included in this page.
Monuments in Kerala
The rise and fall of colonialism and multiethnic cultures had led to some noteworthy monuments in Kerala. From early man dwelling caves to the recent royal families, Kerala has plenty to enthrall domestic and international tourists.