Kerala is legendary especially for its Eco-tourism initiatives. Its distinctive culture and traditions, in addition to its varied sociology, has created it one of the foremost travel destinations in the Asian country. With its ever escalating growth rate, the commercial enterprises and trade considerably contributes to the economy of the state. Kerala is also famed for its tropical backwaters and pristine beaches of Kovalam that marks it as one of the top tourist destinations in India.

Popular attractions within Kerala embody the beaches at Cherai, Kappad, Kovalam, Muzhuppilangad and Varkala. The Hill station destionations of Kerala are Munnar [a top hill station resort and one of the top 21 destinations in India], Ponmudi, Nelliampathi, Thekkady and Wayanad. The Bekal Fort of Kanhangad, St. Angelo’s Fort of Kannur, including National Parks and wildlife sanctuaries at Periyar and Eravikulam are the ideal tourist attractions of Kerala.

The backwaters of Kerala, which is an intensive network of interlocking canals, rivers and lakes centred on Alleppey, Kumarakom, and Punnamada conjointly witnesses significant traveller traffic during the peak tourist season. Heritage sites like the Hill Palace, Mattancherry Palace are far-famed while cities like Trivandrum, Thrissur, Kollam, Kochi and Kozhikode are famous centres for traditional theoretical performance shows and shopping.


Munnar, a hill station on the Western Ghats within the Idukki district of Kerala lies in the Kannan Devan Hills Village in Devikulam Taluk. The name “Munnar” is believed to have been derived from three…

Kochi (Cochin)

Kochi, formerly known as Cochin, is a charming city blessed with an excellent road, airport link and infrastructure and for many, it serves as the ideal gateway to the state of Kerala. Since 1341, after…