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Kerala, a state in Southern India is known as a tropical paradise of waving palms and wide sandy beaches. It is a narrow strip of coastal territory that slopes down the Western Ghats in a cascade of lush green vegetation, and reaches to the Arabian sea. Kerala borders the states of Tamil Nadu to the east and Karnataka to the north. It is also known for its backwaters, mountains, coconuts, spices and art forms like Kathakali and Mohini Attam. It is the most literate state in India, and a land of diverse religions, where you can find Hindu temples, mosques, churches, and even synagogues. With world class tourist sporting options, ayurvedic spas and treatments, eco-tourism initiatives, a large number of visit options ranging from beautiful high altitude blue mountains

to pristine rain forests to golden sun-sand beaches and an enormous range of accommodation, Kerala has much to offer the visitor.

Kerala is a land of myriad experiences with something for everyone. There is a plethora of delightful sights on offer, each more fascinating than the other. The labyrinthine backwaters that sensuously weave their way through the land; quaint hamlets that adorn picture postcard hills blanketed in green; miles and miles of palm fringed beaches awash with sugary sand that hem the shoreline; an astounding variety of flora and fauna; exquisitely ornate temples, churches and mosques; the balmy, salubrious climate; a cultured and courteous people; a rich and colourful tradition of festivals, arts and crafts - all add up to make Kerala an idyllic get-away destination. 'Earth has not anything to show more fair' - Wordsworth would surely agree. As if all this isn't tempting enough, the region is also home to the relaxing and unhurried therapeutic touch of Ayurveda, a 5000-year-old holistic system of medicine that restores physical, mental and spiritual well-being and enhances life expectancy.

Interestingly, despite being listed by National Geographic Traveller as one of the world's ten 'Paradises Found', Kerala is still remarkably 'unfound' by mass tourism…so now is the time to visit this

unique and exquisite region of India.

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The Kerala
Major Attractions
Quick Kerala Facts


Thiruvananthapuram (a.k.a. Trivandrum)


Malayalam, English, Hindi (National Language)


South west tip of the India's main land


Indian Rupees




February - May (24 - 33 degree Celsius)


October - January (22 - 28degree Celsius)


June - September (22 - 28 degree Celsius)

Number of Districts 



20.011237 Million

Average size of Family 

5.3 person

Literacy rate 

89.81 percent

Major Port 



Thiruvanananthapuram, Kochin


Kovalam, Varkala, Cherai, Alleppey, Kappad, Shanghumugham, Thirumullavaram and Bekal


Periyar, Thekkady, Aralam, Parambikulam, Wayanad, Idukki, Silent Valley, Thattekad, Eravikulam, Chinnar, Peppara, Peechi-Vazhani, Neyyar and Kumarakom

Hill Stations 

Ponmudi, Peermade, Thekkady, Munnar, Wayanad and Devikulam

Cash Crops

Rubber, Coffee, Tea, Cardamom, Pepper and Cashew 

Other products 

Coir, Handloom, Handicrafts, Metal Mirror and fibre products.

While traveling to India, you need to have some basic travel documents for identification and permission to enter the country.Indian Visa : It is mandatory to have Visa document with yourself always.Passport : You need to have a passport that is valid for at least six months from date of departure.

Travel Tips
Travel Documents for India
Indian Money

The Indian currency is called Indian Rupee (INR). Foreign Currency should be changed only at the authorized dealers. Airports, most banks and many hotels have exchanging facilities. 24 hour ATM facilities are now available all over India. Credit cards like Visa and Master cards, as well as Diners and American Express, are accepted in many establishments in the main towns and cities.

Indian Baggage Rules

The Indian baggage rules are quite strict. There are certain restricted goods that cannot be brought. Some restricted items are

Restricted Items :
Traditional Welcome:

A guest is considered as equal to God in India. They are given a warm traditional welcome in which he/she is garlanded and given a welcome drink. A "tikka" (vermillion) is applied on the forehead after that and a little "aarti" is performed. Namaskar/Namaste : People in India greet each other by joining the palms just about the chest level and saying "namaste". "Namaste" is used in stead of "hello" and "goodbye".

India Travel Advice

India is an extremely beautiful and hospitable country. To make your trip more unforgettable and hassle free, we pass you basic guidelines for safety in India.

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