My visit to Jatayu Earth Centre (Jadayu para) - The new baby of Kerala Tourism

My visit to Jatayu Earth Centre (Jadayu para) – The new baby of Kerala Tourism

Jatayu Earth Centre – The worlds largest bird sculpture is the new attraction of India, which is in Kerala 50 kilometre from Trivandrum towards North (Cochin direction). Travelling from Cochin to Trivandrum, this is 170 kilometre from Cochin, 114km from Alleppey and is 40km from Kollam. This is the masterpiece creation of Mr. Rajiv Anchal with a dedicated work of… Read more →

Benefits of Group Tour over FIT (Customised tour)

Benefits of Group Tour over FIT (Customised tour)

Benefits of Group Tour over FIT (Customised tour) There was a time where travellers were interested only on customised packages where the tour used to be tailor made only for the specific guest with independent vehicle to travel. With the travellers being more social and the quest to find new friends and with the interest to travel in a group… Read more →

A Quick Guide on Kerala Tour Package - Planning

A Quick Guide on Kerala Tour Package – Planning

A quick guide on Kerala Tour package – planning You may go through below tips which will help you in the planning stage as well during travel either to Kerala or to South India. This is written to provide a general awareness on the places which can be visited and with the consultation of  tour expert, finalisation of itinerary is… Read more →

10 Mesmerizing Places to Check Out in Munnar

10 Mesmerizing Places to Check Out in Munnar

Munnar, Idukki is easily spotted on the world tourism map. The entire town of Munnar is a sight to behold. With mesmerizing hills draped with mystical fog, evergreen tea and coffee plantations and enchanting waterfalls, the picturesque image of the laborers working on these plantations standing precariously on the hills, Munnar is simply photogenic from all angles. One of the best… Read more →

Jadayu Para Under Construction

Weekend Getaway – Jadayupara

Wondering where to visit this weekend to spend some quality time with your friends or family? How about going on a trekking adventure at Kollam and have a look at the world’s largest bird sculpture. Plan your weekend trip to Jadayupara, a place like nowhere else that’s sure to leave you spell-bound. Located at 38 km from Kollam and 46… Read more →

Aranmula Boat Race

Kerala in August – Weather and Event Guide

“Rain is grace; rain is the sky descending to the earth; without rain, there would be no life.” – John Updike The rainy season continues in Kerala through the month of August. But rather than cast a gloomy spell, the monsoon showers only make the scenery more vivacious. The trees look greener, the grass looks fresher, streams of water run… Read more →

Neelakurinji Blooms Again

Neelakurinji Blooms Again

And it blooms again! Strobilanthes Kunthianus, known as Neelakurinji or Kurinji in local linguistics, is a shrub found in the tropical montane forests (Nilgiri Hills) of the Western Ghats in South India. In the Malayalam language, the name Neelakurinji means “blue flowers”. The botanical term, ‘Strobilanthes Kunthianus’ used for the flower is said to be derived from the River Kunthi… Read more →

Kattadikadavu

Weekend Getaway – Kattadikadavu

There are several stunning destinations that can be visited from Idukki as weekend escapes. Some places are just made for adventure and Kattadikadavu, Idukki, is surely one of them. Kattadikadavu is becoming one of the emerging and promising trekking destination in Idukki with its scenic view of the hills and a misty atmosphere. From Idukki, Kattadikadavu can easily be reached… Read more →

Aali Veena Waterfall

Weekend Getaway – Aali Veena Waterfall

There’s no dearth of options when it comes to weekend getaways from Kerala. Imagine a view where clouds rest on hilltops, dew sparkles on the lush greens, and a cool breeze blows in through all sides. Such an experience might be rare in the cityscape, but a few places in and around the God’s own country offer this and more. Promising a much-needed… Read more →

Kerala in May Weather and Event Guide

Kerala in May – Weather and Event Guide

May is an interim month here in Kerala. It’s still summer but the temperatures drop with the increase in rainfall, paving the way for the monsoon to set in. This is a good time to visit Kerala, especially if you’d like to travel without your plans getting hampered by torrential rains. The weather is going to be warmer than what… Read more →