The sun, the sand, the back water lagoons, the mountains and the culture is a unique combination that you won't find anywhere else, when planning for a holiday.
Due to its unique geography, Kerala gets rain for at least 8 months of the year and the forests are classified as 'rain forests' just like those in the Amazon. You'll be spoiled by the number of opportunities to trek, camp and see wildlife.
There are many back-water lakes along the coast making it an ideal location for water sports. Time your arrival for the 'Vallam kali', annual boat race.
Take a trip in the Water Routes of Alappuzha, the Venice of the East.
Kerala is one of the most fascinating destinations of Indian peninsula. Kerala tourist spots are enchanting and natural This southern tip of the country is still virgin and has not yet spoiled by the onslaught of modern industries. Kerala has the advantages of recognition worldwide as one of the ten must-see destinations, as described by the National Geographic Traveller.
Kerala tourism basically revolves around four things -beaches, back waters, hill stations and Ayurveda. Kerala, the name is almost synonymous with the word 'Ayurveda'.
Kerala in Winters ( September - March is best season to visit )
Kerala in Summers ( April - June is good season to visit )
Kerala in Monsoon ( June - August is good season to get wet in charms of Kerala )