Kerala

Kerala

 

The majestic Kerala is known as “God’s Own Country”. It is encapsulated by a stretch of Arabian Sea on the west and mountainous western ghats on the east. Geographically it is located on southwestern coast of India bestowing a bouquet of picturesque escapades.

Kerala endows you with the refreshing ambience of the backwaters at Kollam, Astamundi, and Alleppey. It is a wonderland for the connoisseurs of nature with the idyllic white sand beaches of Kovallam and Varakala, wildlife sanctuaries, and ridges of western ghats. Engage on a cruising expedition in a luxurious houseboat through the captivating scenes of riverine to hidden islands.

Rejuvenate with one of the most riveting experiences of Kerala known as Ayurveda. Pamper and spoil yourself the ancient wellness program encompassing healing massages. Ayurveda is the science of medicine and nature which restores body, mind and soul. Countless tired souls visit Kerala to acquaint the miraculous healing powers of Ayurveda.

“To experience the best of Kerala, indulge in the variety of local festivals such as the Snake Boat Race, Onam, Pooram and Patayani.”

To experience the best of Kerala, indulge in the variety of local festivals such as the Snake Boat Race, Onam, Pooram and Patayani. Every festival showcases vivid colours, galore of art performances, and flavourful diverse food served with love on a banana leaf. It is said that the meals prepared for both vegans and meat lovers, are feast for gods.

Kerala is also steeped in history. Beautifully preserved heritage sites bear witness to the commercial trading hub that Kerala was since 3000 BCE. It was through this side of the Indian subcontinent that the famous Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama in 1498 discovered India. Welcoming people from across the globe since time immemorial, enchanting Kerala awaits you.



 
 

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