Kerala

Kerala is one of the most beautiful states of South India and is called "God's Own Country". It lies between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, in the south-western region of India on the Malabar Coast. The term Kerala means "The land of coconuts". It is the thirteenth largest populous state of India. It has diverse geographical features. Kerala is popular for its lush greenery and coconut trees. 

The exotic Backwaters of Kerala draw a large number of tourists every year. Travelers from in and out of the country visit Kerala seeking the ancient holistic treatment of medicines called Ayurveda

Tour Packages

Backwaters Tour Of Kerala

They ancient cantilevered fishing nets called Chinese Fishing Nets. The net is fixed to a pole on the shore. While fishing, the entire net is lowered by a primitive fulcrum mechanism using long bamboo poles. By the same mechanism the pole is lifted along with the catch. We will explore the sights of Photographic as well as cultural interest

Best of kerala Tour

This part of the city reflects an unusual blend of medieval Portugal, Dutch and English country life grafted on to the tropical Malabar Coast. The fishing community of Cochin is also very interesting. They ancient cantilevered fishing nets called Chinese Fishing Nets. The net is fixed to a pole on the shore. While fishing, the entire net is lowered by a primitive fulcrum mechanism using long bamboo poles. By the same mechanism the pole is lifted along with the catch

Essence of kerala Tour

The true character of the city is to be found in the older parts of the Fort Cochin area. It more or less exists as it used to be a 1000 years back, when it was first built. The roads have not been widened because the old haggard buildings, through patchwork repairs over the centuries, still stand on the edges. This part of the city reflects an unusual blend of medieval Portugal, Dutch and English country life grafted on to the tropical Malabar Coast. The fishing community of Cochin is also very interesting

Kerala delight Tour

we drive to Munnar through the scenically vibrant valley of the Cardamom Hills of the Western. We would stop a few times to interact with locals as well as walk through the countryside to explore traditional and ethnic lifestyles. Its a journey through extensive tea and spice plantations and for most part of our journey; the air is rendered with the fragrance of tea and spices.

Magical Kerala Tours

This part of the city reflects an unusual blend of medieval Portugal, Dutch and English country life grafted on to the tropical Malabar Coast. The fishing community of Cochin is also very interesting. They ancient cantilevered fishing nets called Chinese Fishing Nets. The net is fixed to a pole on the shore. While fishing,

Magic of Kerala Tour

After breakfast, we proceed on a guided tour of the City. The true character of the city is to be found in the older parts of the Fort Cochin area. It more or less exists as it used to be a 1000 years back, when it was first built. The roads have not been widened because the old haggard buildings, through patchwork repairs over the centuries, still stand on the edges.