Kerala is replete with major tourist attractions set against stunning backdrops. Legend has it that Lord Parsurama created Kerala as a separate land, and hence it is called God’s own country. It is home to astonishingly beautiful tea and coffee plantations in hilly areas as well as dense forests. There are also spice gardens and paddy fields that contribute to the lush green landscape, courtesy of heavy rainfall in the state. With about 600 kms of coastline, splendid backwaters and sunny beaches, it is a paradise for nature lovers where one can really enjoy being laid back and soak in the views.
Best Time to Visit
Lined by the Western Ghats and the sea, Kerala enjoys an equable climate despite being close to the equator. It is a tropical state blessed with a pleasant atmosphere throughout the year, making it ideal to visit at any time.
History & Culture
Kerala’s history is closely connected with trade and commerce. Vasco Da Gama first sailed to in India via Kerala. Travellers and traders from across the world including the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch, French and British came to buy spices
The state of Kerala is situated on the south-west edge of India, flanked by the Western Ghats on the eastern side and the Arabian Sea on the western side.
Places To Visit In Kerala
St. Francis Church
Chinese Fishing Nets