With a coastline of 580 km (almost 360 miles), Kerala is situated on the tropical Malabar Coast, in the southwest region of India, with the Arabian Sea in the west and networked by 44 rivers.
Kerala enjoys diverse demography coupled with its unique culture, pristine environment, and exotic traditional cuisine offering travelers an enchanting experience of a lifetime. One can explore the heavenly natural beauty in the peaceful land of Kerala, as it offers much to satisfy the thirst of nature lovers and adventure chauvinists providing the finest opportunity to witness nature in its yearlong serene climate, palm-fringed beaches, glimmering stretches of backwaters, tropical lushness abundant on every mist-laden hill stations, spectacular waterfalls and numerous adventure hotspots like trekking expeditions, water sports, elephant riding, wildlife safari, etc.
The most overwhelming factor about Kerala that makes it a perfect tourist destination is that most of the destinations are only a two to four-hour drive from each other.
Kerala is blessed with flora as it contains about 25% of all plant species in India. It is also well renowned for Ayurvedic health centers. Kerala has a hundred percent literacy rate and is ranked the cleanest state in India; it is also named one of the few paradises of the world by the National Geographic Traveler and is fondly referred to as ‘God’s Own Country.
Explore & Experience in Kerala–
Places to visit in Kerala–
- Periyar National Park (Thekkady)
- Alappuzha (Alleppey)
- Vembanad Lake
- Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram)
- Kozhikode (Calicut)