Kerala Tour
Kerala Tour
Kerala Tour
Kerala Tour
Kerala Tour

Kerala General Informations

The state of Kerala covers an area of 38,863 Sq Km. Its capital is Thiruvananthapuram and it has a mixed population of Hindus, Christians and Muslims. It is bordered by Karnataka to the north, Tamil Nadu to the south & the east and the Lakshadweep Sea towards the west. Malayalam is the dominant language of this state.

The climatic condition of Kerala is very pleasant. Due to abundant tropical greenery it is a major tourist destination of India. Ayurveda Treatment & Massage, Backwater cruises, cultural diversity, vivid art forms, snake-boat races etc, are all together responsible for making Kerala a favorite amongst India as well as International tourists.

Boat Races in Kerala

The Boat races in kerala is one of famous reason to be there in during onam (the harvest festival in August/September) season.....More about Boat Races in Kerala....

Music And Dance

Bandipur National Park is a beautiful forest reserve located in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. This national park occupies a special place in India's efforts towards natural conservation....More about Music And Dance....

Religion in Kerala

Kerala hailed, as God's own country, by many, deserves this accolade because of many features geographical and sociological. A long coastline in the west and....More about Religion in Kerala....

Art and Cultures

Kerala folklore is unique in its richness and variety. Folklore in its widest sense embraces traditions, folk tales, folk songs, folk arts, folk beliefs, taboos....More about Art and Cultures....

Fairs and Festivals

Fairs and festivals in kerala is celebrated through out the year to the length and breadth. Every festival, though connected with religious temples and shrines....More about Fairs and Festivals....

Climate in Kerala

Kerala, the land surrounded by pristine waters of the Arabian Sea, has an equable climate that varies from season to season. The presence of the Western Ghat....More about Climate in Kerala....

Monuments in Kerala

Thalassery Fort, stand testimony for the vantage position the city enjoyed in the battles between Britain and Tippu Sulthan. The first Malayalam daily, Rajyasamacharam, was published from Illikkunu, a sleepy hamlet near Thalassery. ....More about Monuments in Kerala....


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