Kerala, the pristine land of Golden beaches, coconut palms, hills, backwaters has lots of fun and excitement loaded for everyone visiting her. Come and be part of one of the most beautiful slice of land-'God's Own Country'. Kerala is a heavenly portrait splashed with myriad of enchanting hues. Situated in the southern tip of India, Kerala is caressed by the Arabian Sea in the western coast of India. It is a green Venice, but unlike Venice, where man has created most of the glory, in Kerala nature rules. This beautiful coastal state of India is the country's ambassador to the world of travel and tourism. From the lagoons & backwaters that meander through the enchanting landscapes, to the rich and colorful culture & heritage that weave a tapestry of tourism delights, Kerala is a dream holiday destination of India.
Palakkad, which lies at the foot of the Western Ghats, the dreamy land of misty mountains with its ever green tropical forests, dams, wild life sanctuaries, rivers, rare birds and animals, historical monuments, places of worship and traditional Ayurvedic treatment centres has tremendous scope and immense potential to become one of the best tourist destinations in the country. The district is gifted with the beauty of virgin and verdant Nelliampathy hills, the precious and unique Silent Valley National Park, the famous Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Attappady hills and more than half a dozen dams like Malampuzha, Mangalam, Pothundi, Kanjirappuzha, Siruvani and Parambikulam... View More
Bestowed with a pleasant and equable climate throughout the year, Kerala is a tropical land with the coast running down its entire length and the Western Ghats forming a protective barrier against the dry winds from up north. The monsoons (June-September & October-November) and summer (February-May) are the seasons markedly experienced here, while winter is only a slight drop in temperature from the normal range of 28-32°C.
Beaches, backwaters, hills and forests – visitors can experience all four while holidaying in Kerala, and all within 150 to 200 km of each other! Kerala is quite unlike other holiday destinations such as Goa, where almost everything the state has to offer can be experienced at a single location. Monotony is unheard of while in Kerala, and visitors can distribute their vacation time between the beach retreats, backwater retreats, houseboats, hill retreats, and forest or plantation retreats. The activities at all these locations also vary – from treks in the forests and tea gardens to fishing with the local fisher folk; from viewing the aquatic life while deep sea diving to watching the wildlife on terra firma while exploring the wild life sanctuaries; from enjoying stunning views of the backwaters to being a part of the numerous festivals, the list is endless… View Attractions