Kerela: Stands for Pristine Beauty tinged in History
Come and Explore in Kerala, situated in South India with all its variety and beauty attracts the tourists from far and corner. The world famous Ayurvedic Massage centers of Kerala not only rejuvenate but also cure many diseases related with joint pains, back pain and so on. The beautiful beaches all around of Kerala facilitate many water sports activities which provide immense joy and fun to the tourists.
Tourist Destinations of Kerala:
Alappuzzha Tourism: Alappuzzha, the Venice of the East is popular for beaches, marine products, boat races, back water holidays and coir industries. It is an all time favorite picnic spot to the visitors who also enjoy the Vijaya Beach Park nearby. Those who plan to visit Alappuzha go for houseboat cruise at least for once. The houseboats have all the facilities including modern toilets, furnished bedrooms, kitchen, living room and even a balcony.
Bekal Tourism: Situated 16 km south of Kasargod on National Highway Bekal is famous for the biggest and the best retained fort of Kerala. Nearby Bekal Fort Beach, fostered by Bekal Resorts Development Corporation is another attraction to the tourists. Moreover the chisels of Theyyam and the murals created by some artificers from Nilambar have increased the beauty of the beach. An artificial rock garden at the parking area also needs a mention. The beautiful walkway of Bekal Fort provides a fair opportunity to enjoy the comprehensive view of the fort to the tourists. Apart from the walkway the place has Eru Madam and Multi Shed where the visitors can enjoy the sea breeze. Seating arrangements are made from locally available material. In Bekal there is also a 7000sq meters parking area which has been constructed under the supervision of BRDC. There is a continuous effort of BRDC to develop the Bekal Fort Beach for which it has taken into account 19 acres of land.
Fort Kochi Tour: Located 13 km away from Ernakulam town this island has its own opulent history that attracts the travelers again and again. Constructed in 1503 and fortifying in 1538 the fort of Immanuel carries with it the history of ancient time when imperative treaty has been made between the Maharaja of Cochin and the Monarch of Portugal.
Visit to David Hall: Constructed around 1695 by the Dutch East India Company David Hall is another illustration of the colonial structure. It is related with Hendrik Adriaan van Reed tot Drakeston.
Thakur House Travel: Previously famous as Kunal or Hill Bunglow Thakur House is another beautiful building of the Colonial era. During the British realm it has been a house of the managers of the National Bank of India but now the popular tea trading farm Thakur and Company has taken it.
Tour to Bastion Bungalow: Constructed in 1667 Bastion Bungalow is a wonderful example of the Indo-European structure. In present time it is an official residence of the sub collector.
Cochin Club, Parade Ground, Vasco-Da-Gama Square, Bishop's House are also the worth visiting places of Fort Kochi.
Tour to Kovalam Kerala: Since 1930s the beauty of internationally accepted beach with three carved beaches of Kovalam continues to spread among the tourists who visit Kovalam to enjoy the calm water of bay. The beach complex comprises of the Ayurvedic Health Resort, budget cottages, yoga and ayurvedic massage centre, swimming pool and convention facilities. This beach is perfectly used by the visitors by sunbathing, herbal body toning message and swimming and so on.
Kumarakom Tourism: Kumarakom is a small village with the combination of bunch of islands on the Vembanad Lake. Spread over 14 acres the bird sanctuary has varities of fascinating migratory birds to entertain the visitors. Teals, herons, egrets, derters, wild duck, cuckoo and many more birds are the center of attractions here. Kumarakom is also popular for back water destination. The ancient bunglow turned resort the Taj Garden Retreat has all the amenities to make the tourists comfortable there. Traditional Kettuvallams and houseboats offer great package tour on holidays.
Munnar Tour: A Splendid Hill Station of Kerala
Located at the convergence of the three mountain streams Kundala, Mathirapuzha and Nallathanni and uplifted from 1600 meter above the sea level Munnar is one the most attractive hill stations of the country and successfully draw tourists from all over the world. The splendid tea plantation, waterfalls, rivulet and colonial bungalows are the prime attractions of the place.
Visit to Eravikulam Wildlife National Park: Situated 15 km away from Munnar this wildlife park has gained popularity for its endangered conservation inhabitants of Nilgiri Tahr. Streached over an area of 97 sq km this Eravikulam Wildlife National park not only houses the rare species of butterflies and animals but also provides ample scope for adventure trekking. A panoramic view to the tea plantation is worth watching and the Neelakurinji flowers which engulf the hill slopes in a blue carpet enhance the beauty of this Munnar hill station of Kerala.
Trip to Anamudi Peak of Kerala: The highest summit in south India Anamudi Peak is situated in the Eravikulam National Park. Adventure Trekking Tours are allowed with the permission from the Forest and Wildlife Authorities of Kerala.
Travel to Mattupetty Kerala: Uplifted 1700 meter from the sea level Mattupetty is popular for the dam and the lake which pr