Kerala Tourism

Kerala Video Reviews

Beautifull fort  Video Review

Beautifull fort

by Arjun Nambiar
30th Dec 17
Top of Top Station! The highest tea plantation  Video Review

Top of Top Station! The highest tea plantation

by Ekta Poddar
24th Jul 17
Neelimala View Point, Wayanad Clouds and Hills  Video Review

Neelimala View Point, Wayanad Clouds and Hills

by Avinash Singh
16th Jul 17
Meenkunnu Beach Kannur  Video Review

Meenkunnu Beach Kannur

by Donsaru
6th Jan 18
Kozhikode Beach  Video Review

Kozhikode Beach

by Aswinsnair
3rd Jan 18
Kadalundi Birds Sanctuary  Video Review

Kadalundi Birds Sanctuary

by Vyshakhvijayan
3rd Jan 18
Veli Tourist Village - Good place to spend half Day  Video Review

Veli Tourist Village - Good place to spend half Day

by Sandeep Kuncham
1st Jan 18
Mappila bay kannur  Video Review

Mappila bay kannur

by Mcsreeja
30th Dec 17
Kizhunna Ezhara beach  Video Review

Kizhunna Ezhara beach

by Mcsreeja
30th Dec 17
Famous fort  Video Review

Famous fort

by Shyamal
30th Dec 17

I am heading to Kerala

Reviews (340)

Shuchi Jain

Shuchi Jain4.3/5

1 review

Superb

Rightly said gods own country . You will get nature's variety ranging from beaches to backwaters to terrain area . Mostly people are friendly . November to march is the right time to visit . Its heaven for nature and greenery lovers . Poovar island, Varkala beach and backwaters should be in your list . 1 night stay in houseboat will refresh your mind . Take minimum of 7 days for visiting oher places too like thekkady and Munnar . You can skip Kovalam beach . Little difficult for hardcore north indians to find there shahi panner, Dal makhani or chicken with the same taste . Locals can guide to some dhabas where you can find decent north indian cuisines . Idlis are tasty . Spices are great there . One can get it packed to take home . Elephant Bath in thekkady is fun . One must try . Jewellery loves should definitely visit cochin . Thekkady for chocolate lovees as hand made chocolates avalaible there are tasty . Wildlife sanctuary in theekady was boring . Only elephants are seen . Flight is the option if you have less time . Sunscreen is a must . Carry your swimsuit too

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Chitra Konkar bhate

Chitra Konkar bhate4.3/5

24 reviews

Soothing greenery

I along with my son and husband visited Kerala. First we went to Kochi. One should give miss to vypin beach, Marine drive and Chinese fishing nets. Next day we went to Athirapalli waterfall, Chalakudi river and paschal and thumboormuzhi dam. It can be covered in one day and it's a must see. Tickets bought Athirapalli waterfall are valid for paschal as well. If you want visit these places, stay near airport. Then we went to Munnar which is very beautiful and quiet. We enjoyed boating there. On our Munnar to Thekkady way, we came across a very beautiful and peaceful undrinkable dam. It was an offbeat moment for us as it was not in our itinerary. After Thekkady we went to Aleppey where We saw beautiful Revi karunakaran museum. It's a must watch.

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Kerala Overview

On the southwestern coast of India, almost touching the tip of the peninsula, Kerala occupies the region known as the Malabar Coast. It is surrounded by the south Indian states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Kerala is like a narrow strip of land lying between the Arabian Sea to the west and the hill ranges called Western Ghats . This geography defines Kerala's main identity as a green, rain-rich state filled with inland water bodies.   The rain-laden southwest monsoon comes across the Arabian Sea to hit Kerala around 1st June, and expends much of its waters here. More than 40 rivers flow down the Western Ghats to meet the Arabian Sea forming, with the backwash of the sea, a complex of canals and lakes called the Kerala Backwaters. This combined package of beaches, backwaters and greenery is what the tourism department promotes as Gods Own Country, making tourism one of Kerala's main businesses.   Kerala's history of being a progressive princely estate (Travancore) and long stints of Communist Party rule in independent India have led to high rates of literacy and life expectancy. But the state is not industrialized. Agriculture is a dominant occupation  rice, coconut, tea, coffee, and the spices pepper, cardamom, cashew which the Malabar Coast has traded for centuries. Fishing is another mainstay. The main cities of Kerala are capital Thiruvananthapuram (popularly called Trivandrum) and Kochi (popularly Cochin) of which Kochi is now a rising hub of industry and investment. Both cities have international airports.   Kochi harbour was an international port for Arab, Portuguese, Dutch, and British trade since the 14th century. Modern Kochi has Portuguese churches, Dutch buildings and old Jew quarters. Thiruvananthapuram was earlier the seat of the royal family of the kingdom of Travancore. Its Fort area has palaces, temples, and ornate residences. Alappuzha (called Alleppey) is a good backwaters cruise hub. Down the coast, Bekal Fort Beach, Cherai Beach, (25 kms from Kochi), Varkala and Kovalam Beaches (south of Thiruvananthapuram) are popular spots. Eravikulam and Silent Valley National Parks are reachable from the hill spots of Munnar and Palakkad.   Culturally Kerala offers Kalaripayattu, an ancient martial art, and Kathakali dance in which elaborately costumed artists perform stories from the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata.

Photos of Kerala

Kerala, Kerala

Photo by

Manish Pandey

Amazing view lake & a house
Kerala, Kerala

Photo by

Basab Ray chaudhuri

Mesmerizing waterfalls in Kerala
Kerala, Kerala

Photo by

Rajesh Singh

Beautiful tea estate view from top

There is so much to see in Kerala.

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