Kumarakom, a cluster of little islands in Kottayam district, is one of the favourite tourist villages in Kerala. Spread on the cold water of Vembanad Lake Kumarakom is well known for its fresh water fish species like the Karimeen (pearl spot), Chemmeen (shrimp) and prawns.

Kovalam – an internationally renowned beach town on the Arabian Sea and a favourite haunt of tourists especially Europeans. The coastal village life of Kovalam is vibrant and rich with a variety of activities like coir manufacturing, coconut leaf weaving, fish markets and the like.

Discover the world of Kalaripayattu, the ancient martial art form of Kerala. Various Kalari techniques such as Urumipayattu, Vaalpayattu, Kuruvadipayattu, Neduvadipayattu etc. are practised here.

Located on the southern tip of the magnificent Deccan plateau, Wayanad is a bio-diverse region spread across 2,132 square kilometres nestled in the Western Ghats. The forests that blanket this region shelter some of the oldest tribes still unravished by civilisation. Wayanad is famed for its sub-tropical savannahs, picturesque hill stations, sprawling spice plantations, luxuriant forests and rich cultural traditions.

One of the most sought after wildlife destinations in the country, Thekkady is located on the banks of the Periyar Lake. Though renowned for its spices, what earned Thekkady its fame is the fact that it is home to an exotic range of wildlife species such as Langur, Gaur, Sambhar etc.