Welcome to Kerala "Gods Own Country"

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Bestowed with a pleasant and equable climate throughout the year, Kerala is a tropical land with the coast running down its entire length and the Western Ghats forming a protective against the dry winds from up north.

A vacation certainly brings some of one of the most gorgeous as well as classic moments for the lifetime. One such place in this regards making every bit of your getaway exceptional is Kerala.

An amazing Indian state situated at the Malabar Coast with charming beaches as well as landscapes throughout. Kerala is truly blessed land with the glory of nature. Besides all of these, you would come across unbelievable colorful aspects like the celebrations, cultures, traditions, cuisines, languages and lot  more to check out as well as to find. Is one of the Paradise for Travelers and Kerala has a quite good climate all over the year.






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29°C - 35°C



18°C - 28°C

How to Reach

Kerala is one of the most connected states in Kerala, Mainly through Roads , Rail, Air. Kerala is located between forests, mountain and the sea. Some of the other features including Backwaters, Lagoons, Mid land lakes.

By Air:
Reaching Kerala by Air from all around the world is easy. There are three major international Airports in Kerala that’s connects all major international cities. The Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is located in the Southern side, Kochi International Airport located in Central part and the Calicut international Airport is located in North which also services international flight.

There’s also Kannur International Airport coming up which will boost the tourist flow to North Kerala.

By Rail:
As we know India is well connected with Rail, So the Kerala is also interconnected by 200 above Railway stations. Main Stations including Kasaragod, Kannur, Kozhikod, Shornur, Thrisur, Ernakulum, Kollam, Trivandrum. Direct trains to Kerala can be availed from Kolkata, Bangalore, Coimbature,  Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and other major Indian cities.

Metro Rail works are on progress and will run 2017 onwards which connects Aluva to Vaytila, Kochi.

By Sea:
Kochi, The Queen of Arabian Sea,  is the major hub in Kerala. There are ships connected towards Lakshadweep islands. The backwaters of Kerala are not only a popular means of transportation, but also world famous tourist attractions as well. Its also most important travel product in Kerala, Including Speed boats, Ketuvallams and Houseboats. You can enjoy the real rides in Alleppy.

By Road:
Kerala is well connected and easily accessible by road from ant part of the country through National Highways 49, 47, and 19. Kerala has eight National highways which run about 1811.52 KM. Buses, Tourist Taxis and Autos are the main modes of road transport. It also connected to neighbouring states of South Indian states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.