Alleppey is best known for the world renowned backwaters of Kerala. The backwaters are a network of brackish canals, rivers and lakes that weave through half of the state of Kerala.
Thekkady is home to the popular Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Explore the verdant green forests, take a boat cruise over Periyar Lake or take an elephant safari into the depths of the wilderness.
Paragliding is one of the most popular adventure sports. Kerala is considered as one among the most preferred spots for paragliding. There are many paragliding spots in Kerala.
Munnar is evidently one of the highest producers of tea on the Indian subcontinent. The view of undulating hills as the touch the clouds in Munnar rejuvenates your mind and soul.
Sink your feet into the warm sandy beaches of Kovalam. There are numerous coconut trees you can see, add to that prime resorts surrounding lush green vegetation.
One of the prime hill stations in the south, Wayanad boasts of production of tea, coffee, cardamom, pepper and other spices. The region is populated with waterfalls, caves, lakes and dams.
If you are a nature lover, then you wouldn’t want to miss the Bamboo rafting at Thekkady. enjoy the enchanting beauty of the forests where you loll slightly in the bamboo.
This city is the capital and presumably the most culturally affluent part of the state. Trivandrum has played host to a variety of rulers who have all left behind a mark over the city.
There is an enchanting hill station called Vagamon which is hidden from all the hoopla. Adorned with magical meadows, beautiful dales, aromatic tea plantations & misty valleys.
Bekal is specially known for its famous Bekal Fort. The sea breeze passing through your hair, the pleasant weather and good company are key ingredients to have good time in Bekal.
Varkala is one of the best seaside places in Kerala. The enticing coastline with cliffs on one side and lush greenery on the other attracts thousands of tourists and water-adventure.
Nestled amidst verdant hills and luxurious forests, Idukki allures ardent travellers, nature enthusiasts, and photography buffs with its stunning natural aura and attractions.
Different kinds of kayaking opportunities are available. The incomparable beauty of the backwaters and mesmerizing dense foliage beyond it can be enjoyed through a kayak tour.
It is popular for canal cruise in Kerala. This place showcases scenic rural landscape of Kerala with thatched houses, coconut plantations, narrow canals, lagoons and mangrove forests.
Just like a beautiful picture postcard, Palakkad features most awesome weather, mountains, sparkling lakes, beautiful dams, lush green forests and majestic temples and forts.
Chembra Peak is a popular point for mountain climbing. It will take you one fullday to climb the mountainThe climb can be steep, rough, and you will have to suffer through mist.
Fishing is always been an interesting thing for fishing. It is world-famous for its tranquil backwaters & striking beaches where you can fulfill their keen desire of fishing.