Kerala, one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, is located on the southern end of India. Popularly referred to as ‘Gods Own Country’, the State of Kerala is bestowed with rich natural resources and still remains one of the most undisturbed state after the advent of industrialization. The State has been a haven for the tourists across the Globe and is also quoted by National Geographic Traveller as India’s most verdant State and one of the world’s 50 “MUST SEE” destinations.
Kerala stands out as one of the most progressed and educated states in India. Over the years Kerala has developed a liberal hospitality which is also caused the ever increasing tourist flow to the State.
The fertile State of Kerala lies between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats. The State is very popular for its backwaters mostly in Alleppey and Kumarakom, the vast serene Beaches of Kovalam and Varkala , the Hill Stations of Munnar, wayanad & Nelliampathy and the much famous SilentValley. The Periyar wild life Sanctuary located at Thekkady is an important national wildlife park.
Kerala is also home to vibrant cultural traditions like Kathakali – a mixture of religion and dance. Theyyam – The popular Hindu ritual form of North Kerala. Kalaripayattu – one of the oldest fighting system in existence and Indias martial art from North Kerala.
The traditional Indian therapeutic wisdom and practices, ‘Ayurveda’ had its origins here.