A Visit to God’s Own Country

Fondly referred to as ‘God’s own country’, landscape of Kerala is imbued with palettes of enchanting hues. Located in western tip of India, this beautiful place is cuddled with surging waves of Arabian Sea. Serenity of the place gives you relief from tight schedules and commotion of city lives.

Kerala offers breathtakingly picturesque tourist spots, each of which is two or three hours from here. Backwaters and lagoons weave through almost entire part of Kerala. Stretches of exotic beaches are always bustling with activities of tourists from home and abroad.

You can explore some beautiful places like Cochin and Trivandrum which are not far away from here. If you are a wildlife lover then Periyar sanctuary is a place you must drop a visit to. This is an exotic destination for ornithologists as well as ordinary tourists. Taking a tour of this place will surely mesmerize and exhilarate you.

Along with the tapestry of tranquil natural beauty dotted with line of coconut trees, Kerala is enriched with strong flavor of cultural heritage. Enchanting classical dance, scrumptious cuisine, colorful festivals await travelers with a welcoming message. You may drench yourself in revelries of thrilling and exciting rowing competition that is one of the main attractions of Kerala.

Busy schedule may have taken a toll upon your health. Rejuvenation therapy of Ayurved for which Kerala is famous, will do a magic to your health and mind too. Going through this ancient form of treatment will shake you of your tiredness and surely be a memorable experience of your life.

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