Called “Gods Own Country” and famous as the Spice Coast of India, Kerala’s ideal weather and abundant soil makes everything glow. With coast running down its entire length, Kerala has a pleasing and composed climate throughout the year, which makes it a traveler’s haven from January to December. Covered with enormous plantations of spices and tea in the far inland mountainous Ghats and decked with chunks of wonderful, sandy beaches along the coast, Kerala boasts of its vibrant traditions.
Referred to as the Venice of the East, Alappuzha is famous for its boat races, backwater holidays, beaches, marine products and coir industry. Kasaragod, is renowned as the land of gods, forts, rivers, hills and beautiful beaches. The imposing forts at Bekal and Kochi are one of the largest and best preserved forts in Kerala. Kovalam, an internationally renowned beach with three adjacent crescent beaches, has been a favorite haunt of tourists. Kumarakom is an enchanting backwater destination and Munnar, Kerals hill station is marked by vast expanses of tea plantations, colonial bungalows, rivulets, waterfalls and cool weather and is also an ideal destination for trekking and mountain biking.