Each section carries information, places to see, places to stay and eat, tourism links, how to reach, and pictures. This part of our content will help each tourist to kerala with abundant information.

About Kerala

Welcome to Kerala, state in India’s southern tip and a state known as God’s Own Country. Kerala is one of the ten ‘Paradises Found’ by the National Geographic Traveler, for its diverse geography and overwhelming greenery. It is a land much acclaimed for the contemporary nature of its cultural ethos, and much appreciated for the soothing, rejuvenating paradise that it is.

Prime Attractions


Washed by the silvery waves of the Arabian Sea, Alappuzha occupies a significant place in the tourist map of Kerala. Interlocked with a large number of canals and bridges, this water locked district has immense potential for backwater tourism


Idukki situates at the top of Western Ghats surrounded by mountains. The Asia’s first and the world’s second great arch dam is in Idukki. This arch dam built across the Kuravan Kurathi mountain is wonderful and beyond description

Kochi (Ernakulam)

With its wealth and historical associations and its beautiful settings on a cluster of islands and narrow peninsulas, the fascinating city of Kochi (Cochin) perfectly reflects the eclecticism
of Kerala.


Kottayam is rightly called the land of lakes, letters and latex. Lake Vembanad and serene stretches of the Western Ghats make a beautiful layout in this piece of land. Meenachil river basin is considered one of the most fertile area in the country.

Other Attractions

Kannur – Kannur is in northern Kerala and it is famous for its nice beaches. kannur’s Muzhuppilangad beach is  considered to be the only drive in beach in the State. Go..

Kasaragod – Kasargod’s great tourist attraction is the imposing Bekal fort which is built by the Tippu Sulthan. The entire Bekal fort area is being developed in a large tourism project. Go..

Kollam( Quilon) – Though the famous waterfall at Courtalam is situated in Tamil Nadu, it shares the boundary of Kollam also. Season to visit the place is from June to January. Go..

Calicut (Kozhikode) – Kozhikode is a historic land where Vas Co da Gama landed in India. A major port and commercial capital of Malabar region Calicut is a city worth exploring. Go..

Malappuram – Malappuram has famous Nilambur teak forests, Kadalundi bird sanctuary and the very famous Ayurvedic tratment centre in Kerala at Kottakkal. Go..

Palakkad (Palghat) – The district is gifted with the beauty of virgin and verdant Nelliampathy hills, Malampuzha, the precious and unique Silent Valley National park. Go..

Pathanamthitta – Pathanmathitta is well known for Sabarimala temple. The holy shrine dedicated to Lord Ayyappa is situated 914metres above sea level amidst dense forests.. Go..

Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) – Kerala’s capital city is one of the major cities of Kerala and is a tourism destination itself. The most important attraction here is the Kovalam beach. Go..

Thrissur (Trichur) – Thrissur is most famous for thrissur pooram. It is also regarded as the cultural capital of Kerala. The most famous Guruvayur temple is situated here. Go..

Wayanad – Wayanad is Kerala hill district. It has wild life sanctuaries and abundant natural beauty to its credit. This is a district worth special mention. Go..