Kerala Tour
Kovalam Beach
Jatayu Nature Park
Kerala Tourism
Kerala Culture And Tradition
kerala places to visit
Kerala Tour
Kovalam Beach
Jatayu Nature Park
Kerala Tourism
Kerala Culture And Tradition
kerala places to visit

About Kerala

India's most beautiful state, surrounded by natural beauty, is a great deal of proposals when talking about travelers to the state. Kerala has always been a part of the charm since ancient times. It is a quiet, calm and constructive environment, to present it, unlike any other place in India. The most amazing thing in Kerala tour attraction is boat race competitions organized on various occasions. These events are thrilling and adventurous. Let's see what you can possibly do on the next visit to this magnificent kingdom.

Kerala is situated on the banks of the Arabian Sea and is surrounded by hills. Due to its exceptional beauty, it attracts many visitors from around the world every year. It is believed that Kerala has received blessings from God's grace because in this place there is a beautiful natural and beautiful beauty. Unusual and interesting flora and fauna, charming backwater tour, magnificent and shining beaches and excellent and incomparable greenery makes Kerala the most sought after tourist destination in South India. The sea along the palm along with silver sand and a deep blue sea on one end is a scene for which to die.

Kerala holidays includes fun at backwaters, beaches, wildlife & hills, culture, heritage and Ayurveda, plan your holidays in Kerala with attractively crafted Kerala tour Packages.

History of Kerala

Kerala was formed by merging the princely state of Cochin, the kingdom of Travancore and the Kingdom of the Zamorin of Calicut. Until about 3000 BC, Kerala had a business relationship with the Indus Valley civilization and its spices and items such as sandalwood, ivory, teakwood etc. were exported to many countries of the West. Kerala gave considerable space in the commercial map of the ancient world. It is believed that peacocks, monkeys, ivory and spices which were received by King Solomon, were imported from Kerala. It was 700 BC. That Dravid moved from the Mediterranean region to south India. Aryans entered Kerala from northern India to 300 BC.

On July 1, 1949, the princely states of Travancore and Cochin were integrated to form Travancore - Cochin (Thiru-Cochi) state. But it was on November 1, 1956, that Kerala as a state came into existence. This was by the consolidation of Malabar province, which was a part of the Madras Presidency and the Travancore - Cochin State.

Places to visit in Kerala


Kochi is the financial capital city of Kerala and it is also known as Queen of Arabian Sea. It is one of the best tourist attractions of India. It is famous for its ports, harbors and churches. Tourists can enjoy of its beautiful beaches and keep themselves busy with the water sports. Some of the other places to visit in Kochi are Hill Palace Museum, which is hardly 11 kms away from Kochi. Apart from this, a visitor can also explore Chinese fishing nets and artificial manmade island of Willingdon.


In your Kerala tour, Idukki will be a pleasant place to visit for sure. It is a tribal area surrounded by beautiful mountains, rivers, valleys and wild life sanctuaries. The most famous hill station in Idukki is Munnar. The natural beauty of Munnar cannot be described in words. It can only be experienced by visiting Kerala.


It is known as a Venice of the east, famous for its backwater tourism. Thousands of tourists come across here to enjoy boat races and its beaches. In your Kerala tour package Alappuzha must be included if you love the water sports.


The hub of Cashew trading and processing industry, it is situated in the south west of Indi. Kollam is well known for Asthamudi Lake. Lots of tourists come here for the eight hour boat trip between kollam and allappuzha to enjoy the grand experience on the backwaters of kerala. Kollam also attracts those people who have passion for rock climbing and mountain biking.


Anathapuri is in Trivandrum and a must visit place for every tourist in their Kerala tour. It offers one of the finest beaches in India. Another beautiful place to visit is Anathapur temple (A historical temple and beautiful portrait).

Nearby places of Kerala


Ponmudi is situated in Trivandrum District of Kerala. It forms part of the Western Ghats that goes corresponding to the Arabian Sea. The main attraction of Ponmudi is the lovely climate throughout the year. It extends the view of beautiful tea gardens all around the region. Dense green forest, wild animals, Kallar River, Golden Valley etc, enhances the beauty of the destination.

Bekal Fort

It is among the biggest forts in Kerala and has been impeccably maintained throughout the years., situated at Bekal, Pallikera village in Hosdurg Taluk in Kasaragod district, Kerala and it is 65 km (40 mi) from Mangalore city spreading over 40 acres (160,000 m2). Around 16 km to the south of northernmost district in Kerala, Kasaragod, lies the massive Bekal Fort It rises to 130 feet above sea level and is situated on a headland spanning 35km. Bekal Fort was primarily a military stronghold in the Malabar area, strategically built to combat invaders from the sea. There is some contention that it had been built during the reign of the Chirakkal Rajas.

Best time to visit Kerala

Kerala has mainly three seasons and each season offers a different experience and hence it will depend on what you want to see. During the months of December to February, weather remains cool and pleasant which is perfect for a holiday at any of the destinations of Kerala. During this season Kerala experiences hot and humid weather. With fewer crowds this is known as Off Season in Kerala. You can visit hill stations of Kerala like Munnar,Thekkady & Wayanad to avoid the summer heat. Kerala experiences heavy rainfall in months of June to September. This is the best time to receive Ayurvedic treatment in Kerala.

How to reach Kerala

How to reach Kerala by Road

Many of the national highways are interconnected to this beautiful South Indian state. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka the neighbouring states are connected by direct roads.

How to reach Kerala by Train

Train from all major cities likes Mumbai, Delhi, Madras, Calcutta, Bangalore, Hyderabad and etc helps domestic tourists to visit Kerala and explore the beauty of Mother Nature.

How to reach Kerala by Air

Trivandrum, Calicut, and Nedumbassery (Cochin) Airport are International and Domestic Airports In Kerala Where Tourists can reach this paradise.

Kerala Tour Packages

  • 3 days trip to Kerala

    3 days trip to Kerala

    Kerala the most popular destination for tourist and famous for the tropical Malabar coast of southern. It's the beauty of palm-lined beaches and backwaters. Inland are the Western Ghats, mountains whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as wildlife.

  • Kerala Tourism Places

    Kerala 5 Days Memory

    Kerala invites you for the best experience to its travelers that will absolutely revitalize their body, mind and soul. Munnar delivers plentiful and gorgeous prettiness, while the seasoning man or in Thekkady offers one aromatic visit.

  • Kerala Destinations

    Kerala 10 Days Tour

    Kerala, which is known as 'Gods on Country', is scattered along with many charming destinations to admire the beauty of nature.The marvelous beauty of the place takes you into the world of rich greenery and peaceful backwater.

  • Kerala Tourist Places

    Kerala Honeymoon Tour

    Honeymoon is an opportunity for a recently wedded couple to mark a cherished moment off their life. With the view of Honeymoon in one best destination inSouth India, Kerala is aextensive bliss for honeymoon couples.

© Copyright 2018 Design ByIndia Easy TripAll Rights Reserved