Kerala – The God’s Own Country
Kerala the lush green costal strip in the south west of India, is a land apart. This little green paradise is edged on the one side by the forested ranges of the Western Ghats and on the other side by the Arabian Sea. All along the coastal are a network of backwaters, lagoons and canals-the lifeline of the people who live along its banks.
Suggested Tours :
Set on a picturesque group of hills near the sea is Thiruvananthapuram, one of the loveliest cities in India. Though a bustling state capital, it manages to preserve its charm and in the quieter areas of the town are narrow roads and Old World Kerala houses that are white washed and tiled in red.. Padmanabha Swami Temple, Napier Museum, Sri Chitra Art Gallery, Botanical Gardens are the places to see. Kovalam, one of the best beaches in India is only 16Km from Thiruvananthapuram. It is a sheltered bay and is endowed with unusual natural beauty.
Allappuza (Alleppey) :
Known as the Venice of the east, this town is situated on the Vebanad Lake, the longest lake in India. The large network of canals provides Alleppey its lifeline. Some lovely stretches of backwater connect Allappuza to Kollam and Kottayam. Idyllic cruises into the unspoiled interiors of Kerala are possible over the waterways. Allappuza is famous for the boat races held annually in August/ September. Tour enquiry
One of the Kerala’s ancient capitals, Kollam was once a thriving port where Greek, Roman and Arab vessels came to trade. There are some historic remains and a number of temples built in the traditional ornate architecture. In the present day, Kollam is a typical Kerala town, set picturesquely on the Ashtamudi lake.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary :
One of the largest and most visited wildlife reserves in India, the Periyar Wild life sanctuary occupies 777 sq km of the Cardamom hils region of the western ghats. The majority of its visitors come in the hope of seeing tigers and leopards.
16 km away from the Kottayam, is technically an island on Vembanad be reached quite easily. The beautiful Kumarakom bird sanctuary is in the backwaters to the west, while Aranmula to the south is one of the last village still making kannady metal mirrors, and has a Krishna temple that organizes a ritual “non -Competi-Kottayam, is known to devotees as the home of a dangerous and wrathful Shiva, and to art-lovers as a sublime example of temple architecture, adorned with woodcarvings and murals. Tour enquiry
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