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About Kerala


Beaches

Stretch yourself, take in a deep breath of the fresh sea air, feel your feet sink into the beach sand and saunter down the edge of the shoreline watching all your ‘real world’ worries ebb away with the waves. The beaches in Kerala are a heady concoction of fun and serenity. What better way to celebrate vacations than on the best beaches of God's Own Country?

Pic : Kovalam Beach



Hills

God's Own Country holds close to its bosom many a treasure, one of them being its hill stations. Nobody really knows what it is about these lush velvet green hills that work its magic on each visitor. But everybody knows that the embrace of the breeze, the rustle of the leaves and the cold nip in the air here all ignite passions, dreams and life like nowhere else on Earth. Cuddle into the lap of Nature and discover Bliss..

Pic : Munnar Hills


Backwaters

Once upon a time the canals, lakes and lagoons in Kerala decided to create one of the most beautiful wonders of the world – The Great Backwaters. Ajourney through these emerald green waterways will take you to places you could never imagine existed. Step aboard a boat, float along on liquid tranquility or simply laze along the banks of these backwaters and feel your heart be imbued with peace!

Pic : Alleppey Backwaters


Wildlife

Imagine lying down in bed at night knowing fully well that just outside your door, an untamed world has just awakened. There’s something about wildlife that’s a lot more than just seeing or hearing them. The feelings and emotions evoked when sharing a home with some of the rarest animal species on this planet including the Bengal Tiger, Lion-Tailed Macaque, Indian Bison and NilgiriTahr is an experience worth a lifetime. Come be a part of the wild.

Pic : Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary


About Thiruvananthapuram

Located at the south-western tip of Indian subcontinent, Thiruvanantha-puram, which is also known as Trivandrum is a calm, beautiful and quiet city. It is the capital of Kerala (God's own country), which has a long coast line full of coconut trees and is much –sought-after tourist destination. The major attractions in Trivandrum are lakes, beaches, palaces, temples, museum and zoo. The world famous Kovalam beach and Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple are in Trivandrum. Another major tourist spot, Kanyakumari, is about 95 km south of Trivandrum. Padmanabhapuram Palace (55km) and Suchindram Temple (73 km) are on the way to Kanyakumari. Another important tourist spot north of Thiruvananthapuram is Varkala beach (50 km).
          It has excellent public transport system, taxis and auto-rickshaws for travel. Airport is about 10 km away. The climate in the month of November is pleasant with a maximum temperature of 31°C and a minimum of 23°C. Trivandrum is well connected by air, rail and road with other parts of the country. Air India, Indigo, Spice jet and Jet airways operate daily flights to New Delhi, Hyderabad, Cochin, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai. Hotel accommodation is available in plenty suiting to all tariff ranges. Details of hotels in the city are available in the website www.keralatourism.org of Kerala Tourism Development Corporation.

Pic : Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Thiruvananthapuram