Kerala with fourteen unique districts is located on southwestern tip of incredible India. Blessed with a pleasant and equable climate throughout the year, Kerala is a tropical paradise along the coast running down the Western Ghats forming a wide range of exotic beaches. With the Arabian Sea in the west, Kerala is being networked by forty-four rivers with diverse geographical features.
From tall mountains and deep valleys to endless backwaters and an extensive coastline beaches, Kerala is perfect holiday destination. Lush green hill stations and exotic wildlife, waterfalls, extensive plantations and paddy fields, ayurvedic health holidays, enchanting art forms, magical festivals, historic and cultural monuments and exotic cuisine is what Kerala holiday will enthrall you with. Adding adventure to one’s holiday is unique wilderness of the dense forests that can be explored through thrilling adventure activities such as trekking, mountain climbing, forest camping and bird watching.
Opt for famous cruises of Kerala to admire the captivating beauty of Kerala surroundings and backwaters. Stay in the houseboats that have all the comforts of a good hotel with furnished bedrooms, cozy living rooms, a kitchen and even a balcony for fishing or angling. It is lifetime experience to cruise in the backwaters in the country boats and admire the scenic beauty of Kerala that always tempts its visitors.
The lush green hills of Kerala are just awe inspiring. Wayanad of North Kerala, near Kozhikhode has been able to retain its pristine nature. This is kind of a virgin hills, untouched by civilization and yet to be explored. With picturesque hill stations, sprawling spice plantations, luxuriant forests and rich Cultural traditions and remarkably scenic beauty, it has holistic union of wilderness, history and culture. Munnar is the romantic hill station of Kerala, also known as romantic city of Kerala. Munnar will let you explore the wilderness of the dense forests through trekking, mountain climbing, forest camping and bird watching with the backdrop of Mist-capped virgin hills.
Adding to the beauty of exotic hills is captivating waterfalls. Thusharagiri waterfalls (Kozikhode), Palaruvi waterfalls (Kollam), Perunthenaruvi waterfalls (Pamba River, Pathanamthitta) and other scenic waterfalls let you experience a new lease of life. The forests nearby the waterfalls are also a great spot to watch birds and also other species of fauna and flora and one can go for wildlife expeditions or you can just walk around a bit and clicking down picturesque beauty of surrounding.
Talking of wildlife, Kerala hosts wide range of exotic and endangered species of flora and fauna. Basically one will find rain forests in Kerala due to its monsoon climate, but it is only this varied climate, that let rich flora and fauna to grow. Kumarakom Bird sanctuary (Kottayam), silent valley national park (Mannarkad), Eravikulam national park (Munnar), Periyar wildlife sanctuary (Ldukki) and many others are top wildlife tourist destination of Kerala.
High mountains, gorges and deep-cut valleys, Criss-cross network of interconnected canals, lakes and rivers known as the Kerala Backwaters, rich notable bio diversity, rural tradition, varied culture, all together list Kerala under top tourist destinations. The high ranges with the backdrop of dense forests, trees with large and thick foliage, mosses and lichens, let tourist bond with nature by offering tranquility and relaxation to the visiting tourists.