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Fascinating Landmarks That Put Kerala On The Tourism Map

Fascinating Landmarks That Put Kerala On The Tourism Map

The gorgeous state of Kerala has been a major contributor to India’s culture and tradition. Kerala has been home to several Dravidian dynasties and a number of colonial powers that left their indelible mark on its bosom. The mark could be in the form of museums, ancient buildings, forts, palaces, temples, churches, and other buildings boasting of architectural alacrity. Kerala… Read more →

13 Best Seafood Cuisines from India That Would Make Your Mouth Water

13 Best Seafood Cuisines From India That Would Make Your Mouth Water

Seafood primarily refers to fish and shellfish, and it’s an important part of cuisines all over the world. The method of preparation and the usage of spices may vary, and it’s often attached to the culture and tradition of that particular country. Seafood, also known as sushi, first originated in Southeast Asia and then spread to Japan, Israel, Greece, Rome,… Read more →

Tholpetty

Weekend Getaway – Tholpetty

The impending deadlines, the next call from the boss, the panic call from the client and a mad rush to get home to prepare for the next day’s meetings/presentations. Seems like a typical day for you? Doing this regularly can take a toll on your mental, physical and spiritual health, and of course your relationship with your family. So once… Read more →

Water Sports Tours in Kerala

Top 7 Water Sports Tours in Kerala

Watersports is an attractive prospect for tourists visiting India, and incidentally, Kerala is a favored destination for water-based activities. You might have thought that Kerala is all about backwaters, waterfalls, hill stations, and forests, but that’s not all. There are a number of water-based activities that you can enjoy while at Kerala. Check out 7 of them. 1. Rafting Yes,… Read more →

Fort Kochi

Weekend Getaway – Fort Kochi

Walking down the promenade at Fort Kochi glimpsing the magnificent Lake Vembanad, lovingly known as Kochi Kayal, while the glorious sun sets in the horizon, you will know you’ve been treated to a fitting end to one of the best days of your life (visiting Fort Kochi, of course). The red sun-seeking refuge in the darkness of night is not… Read more →

Places in Kerala that are Both Enchanting And Dangerous

6 Places in Kerala that are Both Enchanting and Dangerous

Kerala, one of the most beautiful destinations in South India, is resplendent with incredible “things to do” opportune spots. While the places in Kerala are destined to take your breath away, there are some tourist spots that demand utmost care while you travel. In this article, we have listed some of the most beautiful places in the state, followed by… Read more →

Kerala in December Weather and Event Guide

Kerala in December – Weather and Event Guide

It’s December! We’re down to the last month of the year, and it’s your best chance to head over to Kerala before we ring in the New Year. Kerala typically enjoys a warm, pleasant December with very little rainfall. The sun’s soothing rays and the lower humidity make it perfect for a winter destinations in Kerala. If you’re currently in… Read more →

Birds on Tree

Weekend Getaway – Sankhili Forest

Wondering where to retreat when you are bogged down by a hectic work routine? Well, rejuvenate yourself at a verdant landscape; Sankhili trekking path on the banks of the rivers Kalladayar and Ponmudiyaar is exactly what you are looking for. Get ready to explore this lesser known trekking trail and tourist destination in Kollam district. The Madathara – Vengola checkpost… Read more →

Kerala in November Weather and Event Guide

Kerala in November – Weather and Event Guide

November marks the beginning of the dry season in Kerala. The monsoon season has bid adieu and the amount of rainfall drastically drops during the course of this month. If you’ve been waiting to explore Kerala without the hassle of unexpected rains, now would be a great time. November is a good month to head on over to God’s own… Read more →

Vagamon - The Hidden Gem of Kerala Tourism

Vagamon – The Hidden Gem of Kerala Tourism

Vagamon – The hidden gem of Kerala Vagamon is a destination which has not been explored by many though the scenic beauty, climate and  attitude of people favours tourist attraction. This blog is about our visit to this destination on October 27th and 28th to understand the potential and accessibility to send our guests. Before visiting this place most of… Read more →

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 kilometer from Trivandrum towards North (Cochin direction). Traveling from Cochin to Trivandrum, this is 170 kilometer 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 →

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 →