Kerela referred as God’s Own Country

Kerela is a State in the southern west region of India and is referred as ‘God’s Own Country’. It includes unique geographical features that have made it one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Asia. Kerala is beautiful country with unique art forms, customs and festivals. It was selected as one of the 50 destinations of a lifetime and one of the thirteen paradises in the world by the National Geographic Traveller a World popular travel magazine.

Classical art forms, unique cuisine, colourful festivals are some of the cultural marvels that await travellers. Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine and Panchakarma, the rejuvenation therapy in Ayurveda have also helped Kerala to gain a pan-global reputation as a top of the line destination.

The major attractions of this land are: an equable climate, tranquil stretches of backwaters, serene beaches, lush hill stations and exotic wildlife. A unique advantage of Kerala is that most of the destinations here are just two to four hour drive from the other.

The Kerala tour packages offer holidays in beautiful beaches, forest and peaceful lagoons. The large cities and towns offer unique cultural experience and sightseeing. Kerala has many ancient monuments forts, temples, palaces and churches.

Kumarakom and Alleppey Kumarakom and Alleppey are famous backwaters destinations in Kerala. They are known for serene and scenic backwaters and also blessed with exceptional scenic beauty. They are very ideal places for backwater tourism in the state. You can enjoy the charm of backwaters by luxury houseboat cruise over the backwaters.

Munnar Munnar is a picturesque hill station and an ideal destination for tour to Kerala. Blessed with superb nature beauty, the hill town presents truly relaxing ambiance. Aromatic fragrance of spice plantations and Fresh air in the city are delight for tourists and vacationers.

I hope you would find heaven Of India here.

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