Also Known as “Gods own Country”. Kerala is one of the smallest state of India. This state covers a vast area of around 38,863 km2 and contributes around 1.3% of the total area of India. Kerala enjoys unique geographical features, making it one of the most visited tourist destinations in Asia. A pleasant climate, long shoreline with beautiful beaches. Lush hill stations and exotic wildlife, waterfalls, sprawling plantations and paddy fields. Whether it’s Ayurvedic Health Holidays, Enchanting Art Forms, Magical Festivals, Historic and Cultural Monuments and not to forget exotic cuisine……and the list is never ending, this City has so much to offer. There are multiple ways by which you can reach Kerala, you can reach via air, rail and road are the most frequently used and preferred.
CLIMATE IN KERALA
Kerala has a very diverse climate throughout through the year. The mountain region have a cool climate, which is refreshing. While on the other hand, the coastal plain of lowlands generally remain hot and humid during most part of the year. The rainfall is quite high in Kerala as compared to other states. The monsoon season is of 4 months.
TOURIST PLACES IN KERALA
Kerala is one of the most popular tourist destination of Indian tourism. Often states as paradise to nature lovers, it is one of the must visit destination of India, with a wide range of tourist places to explore. A large no. Of Indian and foreigner travels to Kerala to explore its historic cities and temples, beaches, backwaters, hills and greenery and wild life Sanctuaries. Every year lakh’s of tourists visit this place.
HILL STATIONS IN KERALA
Idukki, Munnar, Thekkady and Pullumedu, Vandanmedu, Chellarkovil, Vandiperiyar and Pattumala, Pullumedu are among the other hill stations of Kerala. So if you love nature then these hill stations are something worth exploring.
MONUMENTS IN KERALA
Kerala has a diverse culture, as it was ruled by a number of foreign invaders as well as Indian rulers. Places like Aluva Palace, Bolghatty Palace, Cheraman Juma Masjid, Koyikkal Palace etc are some of worth exploring monuments of Kerala.
MUSEUMS IN KERALA
People of Kerala are very proud of their culture and legacy. Kerala has huge no. Of museums which stores different kinds of Artifacts. Museum like Maritime Museum Cochin, Hill Palace Museum, Munnar Tea Museum and the list is quite long.
LAKES IN KERALA
Kerala is known as a land of lakes and rivers, as it is blessed with 34 lakes which are always filled with water. Along with the lakes this state have 49 rain feed rivers. This place is like a paradise to all the nature lovers.
BEACHES IN KERALA
Kerala is known for beaches, which are spreaded along the 550 km Arabian Sea Coastline. One of the unique features of the beaches in Kerala are the clean sand beaches, covered by the rows of palm trees.
WILDLIFE OF KERALA
Kerala is home to a large number of bio-diverse reserves, which includes wildlife sanctuaries, bird sanctuaries and national parks. However the major tourist attraction toward Kerala is because of the wild life and its sprawling greenery.