Bustling commercial port city with a trading history that dates back to at least 600 years. Called as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, the city is the financial, commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. The Influences of Arabs, Dutch, Phoenicians, Portuguese, Chinese and British, are felt.
From houseboat stays in to lazing around on pristine beaches, the range of memorable experiences you can have in the coastal town of Alappuzha is almost overwhelming for first-time visitors.
Surrounded by dense greenery including countless coconut trees that lean over the waters, these backwaters are navigated by all sorts of traditional boats, most famously by the Kerala River boats.
Experience the sight of majestic elephants, spice plantations, and beautiful hills. The Periyar forest is a National treasure, containing the most vivid range of flora and fauna on the planet, including migratory species spotted in these lands.
Popular hill-station of Kerala perched at an altitude of 1600 m in the Western Ghats, known as the Kashmir of South India. Situated on the banks of three rivers Madupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru, Munnar is also blessed with natural bird sanctuaries and the tea plantations.
The holy city is famous for its towering Hindu shrines and one of the most iconic pilgrimage destinations in India.
Home to South India’s most fragrant flower, the sambac jasmine sold in Nandan market in hundreds of strings, as well as ylang-ylangs, marjorams, tulsis, roses, tuberose and lotuses.
Here are the ochre foundation blocks of perhaps the most remarkable civilization of Dravidian history, one of the few kingdoms to expand Hinduism beyond India, a bedrock for aesthetic styles that spread from Madurai to the Mekong.
Every day thousands of people worship at the Cholas' grand Brihadishwara Temple, and the city's labyrinthine royal palace preserves memories of other, later powerful dynasties.
Known as The French Riviera of the East, this former French colony is a perfect amalgamation of the traditional Indian sensibilities and French architecture, making it a dreamy escape that offers the best of both worlds. A fairytale charmed city.
Famous for its intricately carved temples and rock-cut caves, Mamallapuram as it is famously known, is a historically location situated on the Coromandel Coast along the Bay of Bengal, in the state of Tamil Nadu.
The serenity, the alluring atmosphere and the impressive setting with many beautiful white sandy beaches dotted with Casuarina trees, are the reasons to visit this wonderful town.
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