Kerala Gods Own Country

Kerala, the Gods’ own Country

KERALA has its own traditions and culture. Kerala is the most attracted tourist destination with its beaches, hill stations, backwaters, bird and wild life sancturies etc. Kerala is blessed with its variety of flora and fauna. Kerala festivals are attracting many tourists. Kerala is the first 100% literate state in India. The Kerala cinema is always a symbol for quality movies. In literary field also Kerala is blessed with so many legends.
Kerala’s Kathakali is a stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for the attractive make-up of characters, elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor playback music and complementary percussion. Kerala’s Kalaripayattu is one of the oldest fighting systems in existence. Kalaripayattu includes strikes, kicks, grappling, preset forms, weaponry and healing methods..

Kerala Districts

Thiruvananthapuram – Kollam – Kottayam – Alappuzha – Idukki – Pathanamthitta – Ernakulam – Thrissur – Palakkad – Malappuram – Kozhikode – Wayanad – Kannur – Kazaragod

Kerala Beaches

Alappuzha Beach – Shankhumugham Beach – Thiruvambady Beach – Kappil Beach and Backwaters – Valiathura – Kovalam – Varkala – Papanasham Beach – Samudra Beach – Thirumullavaram Beach – Poovar – Lighthouse – Padinjarekara Beach – Vallikunnu Beach – Cherai Beach – Valapattanam – Kanwatheertha Beach – Kozhikode Beach – Beypore – Vadakara Sand Banks – Kappad – Muzhapilangad – Kappil Beach – Bekal

Kerala Backwaters

Kuttanad – Kumarakom – Picnic Village in Kollam – Cruise through the canals of Alappuzha – Q S T and R Block Kayal, Alappuzha – Thiruvallam – Alappuzha-Kochi Cruise – Ashtamudi – Vembanad Lake – Kumarakom – Ponnumthuruthu Island – Placid backwater stretch of Ashtamudi – Fort Kochi – Kumbalangi – Padanna Backwaters – Chithari – Kavvayi Kayal