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Kerala Travel Guide

Kerala 'Gods Own Country' is located on the Malabar Coast of Southern India, popularly known for its palm fringed backwaters, vibrant culture, picturesque hill stations, rejuvenating Ayurvedic therapies and much more.

  • Kerala Travel Guide
Kerala At a Glance
  • Capital City:Thiruvananthapuram
  • Average Climate:18 °C - 28 °C
  • Best Time to Visit:Oct To March
  • Major Airports:Cochin International Airport & Trivandrum International Airport
  • Ideal Durations:5 to 20 Days


Kerala in South India is so beautiful that it is titled as the ‘God’s Own Country’. Flaunting exotic flora and fauna, the experience of the bliss is what lures travelers from far ends of the world. From elegant houseboats, backwaters, misty hills, spice, tea and coffee plantations, pristine seashores, Ayurvedic treatments, the state is worth exploring. This Kerala travel guide tries to summarize an elaborate state in a nutshell.

Backwaters in Kerala

Embark on lovely wooden houseboats known as kettuvallams and sail over the soothing Kerala backwaters. Wake up to the best of the sights and sounds of nature and cherish scenic landscapes. A houseboat cruise on backwaters is one of the most romantic experiences. Head to Kasargod, Alleppey or Kumarakom, you will be fascinated.

Ayurveda in Kerala

People from all over the world plan a trip to Kerala to benefit from Ayurvedic treatments. The ancient science of health and wellness has deep roots in India and is said to have originated here. Still practiced in olden ways, Ayurveda has modern-day solutions for the body, mind and soul. Monsoon is the best season to visit Kerala to experience the magic of Ayurveda.    

Beaches in Kerala

Blessed with some of the most scenic beaches in the world, Kerala is an ideal place to plan your honeymoon in India. From lesser-known to popular, beaches in Kerala suit the requirements of all. Kovalam Beach, Marari Beach, Varkala Beach, Bekal Beach are some names.

Temples in Kerala

Temples in Kerala grab the attention of numerous devotees. As the name, ‘God’s own country’ the state is dotted with number of splendid temples. Padmanabhaswamy Tempe, Sabarimala Temple and many more add to the charm.

Attractions in Kerala

Umpteen tourist attractions in Kerala make it a haven for avid travelers who wish to create memories of a lifetime. From tea estates, rubber and spice plantations, mesmerizing hill stations, heritage sites, wildlife sanctuaries, there is an inexhaustible list of enchantments.   

Experiences in Kerala

A myriad of experiences makes Kerala tours memorable. From distinctive festivals, elephant bathing, bamboo rafting to delightful food and cultural performances, there are lots of things to be cherished here. The blooming of Neelakurinji flower that happens once in twelve years is a sight to behold.