Tourist Spots in Kerala

Kozhikode Beach

6 Must See Tourist Places Around Calicut

Calicut was the capital of Malabar in the north of Kerala when Zamorins ruled. It was the Spice Capital and very prosperous. This attracted  foreigners who found the rulers friendly and tolerant. The Arabs were the first to arrive. They were followed by Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and finally the British. The rivalry between them resulted in battles during the medieval… Read more →

Step into Nature's Lap: Top 10  Ecotourism Spots in Kerala

Step into Nature’s Lap: Top 10 Ecotourism Spots in Kerala

Geologically and ecologically fragile, pristine and exotic natural environments should be handled with kid gloves by man. His duty is to support conservation efforts, so that the endangered fauna and flora do not suffer at his hands. Man should not intervene in the life style of the tribes who may have made it their natural habitat. They draw sustenance from… Read more →

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Kerala

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Kerala

Kerala is home to an interesting medley of luxurious, semi-evergreen, tropical moist and deciduous forests in whole of South India. The wide variety of endemic species and rare flora and fauna make it one of the most sought after destination for people keen on wildlife. Did you know that Kerala has about 28% of forest area and there are 11… Read more →

Munnar, Hill Station in Kerala

13 Must Visit Places in Munnar

Update: New handy Munnar tourist destination map is added below. The PDF copy of the map is available for instant FREE download!!  Interactive Google Maps is also added to this blog post with the below listed places plus some more! I hope that these will make it easy for you to locate places when you travel to Munnar! Click here….. Read more →

Njarrakal Backwaters

Fishing…For Fun at Njarakkal Aqua Fish Farm

National Geographic Traveler was never more right when it tagged Kerala backwaters in the list of 50 important, must-visit tourist destinations in the world. UNESCO has also tagged Kerala and its backwaters as a World Heritage site. In fact, you can enjoy a kaleidoscope of Kerala culture when you are on a tour of its pristine backwaters.  There are plenty… Read more →