Kerala

Palakkad or Palghat, has been the gateway to kerala for years. It has provided access to the coast for conquerors and traders from the hinterland through what is known as the “ palakkad Gap” a 40 Km break in an otherwise unbroken wall of high mountains. Understandably, the region is a melting pot of cultures […]

Marari derives its names from Mararikulam, a small village in Kerala inhabited by the local fishermans there. Life in this place hasnt changed much in the last many decades. Men here continue to go for fishing in the morning while the Ladies perform the necessary household cores. This small village is a host to numerous […]

Fort Cochin is the home to some of the oldest European architecture in India and has been a significant settlement ever since Cochin Harbour was discovered. Unlike the bustling Ernakulum the twin cities of Fort Cochin and Mattancherry have preserved an extraordinary wealth of early colonial architecture spanning the Portuguese, Dutch and the British eras […]

The Lakshadeep Islands, scattered off the Kerala coast in the Arabian Sea, is an archipelago of 36 exquisite coral islands, with scores of untouched beaches and verdant coconut groves. With a total land area of just 32 sq km, Lakshadweep, which means 100000 islands, is the smallest Union Territory in India. The atolls enclose shallow […]

Kovalam, a picture perfect tropical beach is the most prestigious, globally known beach destination of Kerala. It is a sheltered natural bay with fine sands and shark free waters, and is also an ideal place for health rejuvenation. Its scenic beauty and serenity is supplemented by the availability of excellent accommodation. Today this tiny beach […]

Kozhikode the most important district of Malabar region was the traditional capital of North Kerala. From time immemorial, the land enjoyed a strong mercantile status with its physical features and coveting prosperity. Today, ancient monuments, historic sites, serene beaches, balmy backwaters, waterfalls, rivers and hillocks make Kozhikode a pristine tourist spot. Relaxing in the idyllic […]

Varkala is a beach resort located 55km north of Thiruvananthapuram. The Papanasam Beach here is a quiet, secluded beach known for its white, silvery stretch of sands, mineral springs and rocky cliffs. It is also a major Hindu pilgrim center How to Reach Air: The nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International Airport about 57 km away […]

Kollam District, which is a veritable Kerala in miniature form, is gifted with unique features namely – sea, lakes, plains, mountains, rivers, streams, backwaters, forests, vast green paddy fields and tropical crops of every variety, both food crops and cash crops. The so-called lagoons, rivers and lakes of Kollam are delightful to see and this […]

Kochi, known as Cochin, is Kerala’s most cosmopolitan city. It is also the main trading center for spices and seafood. Built around a saltwater lagoon of the Arabian Sea, Kochi is in fact a collection of narrow islands and peninsulas. . While mainland Ernakulam boasts of concrete shopping malls and glitzy apartment buildings. The scenic […]

Kasargod is the district situated on the northern most tip of Kerala. It is bounded by the Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west. Granite rocks and barren lands are set amidst dense flora and the calm lagoons. The coconut groves along the coastal belt lend this district an unique […]