Kerala Tourist Places

Kerala is situated in the tropical Malabar Coast of Southern India. The state has distinction of having the highest literacy rate in comparison to the other state of India. Kerala- God’s own country is the tagline adopted for the promotion of tourism in the state by the Government. There are many Places to visit in Kerala. The famous Kerala Tourist Places are like Thiruvananthapuram, Kovalam, Munnar, Alappuza and Kochi and so on. Travel to Kerala Kovalam gives you an opportunity to experience fascinating beach life of the state. In addition to this, we also offer the highly enjoyable tours like Kerala Munnar Tour and Alappuza Kerala Tour.

Places to Visit in Kerala


Gate way of kerala also a commercial capital, is vibrant city situated almost at the centre of kerala, the famous Port from the historical times trading with foreign shores it has one of the finest sea port in India.

Home to one of the oldest chuch, the St.Francis Church. Other tourist sights in Kochi include Bolgatty palace, Chinese fishing nets, Dutch palace, Peirce leslie bunglow, Santa cruz basilica, Hill palace, Jew Town, Jewish Synagogue, Museum of kerala history, Pallapuram fort, Parikshit thampuran museum, Cherai beach, Vasco da gama square, VOC gate and Bastion bunglow.


Munnar was brought to public attention after the British Government made it the summer resort indeed it is now one of the most popular hills destination in Kerala.

Munnar has many things to offer for the travelers, Boating, Riding, Trekking, Angling, Paragliding. The abundant variety of flora and fauna is a captivating sight. The picturesque hillocks, valleys, ravines, misty peaks, the serene atmoshphere and ambience with beutifull weather make the Munar different than other hills stations.


The paradise of the south Kovalam which literally means a grove of coconut trees , has one of the most renowned beaches in India and a favourite haunt of Europeans since 1931, kovalam consisit of three successive crescent beaches ,lighthouse beach , the Hawaa beach and the samudra beach.The sea mostly remains calm and shallow which makes it ideal for surfing and swimming.the under water views are also really amazing, closed to the capital of kerala Trivendram is only 16 Km from Kovalam.


The quiet and isolated Varkala family beach is a sandy expanse where one can enjoy a relaxing beach holiday without the crowds and bustle of other beaches in Kerala. Varkala family beach is also known for its landscape. A high rocky cliff ends abruptly and a stretch of clear sand extends down to the sea. The contrast between the cliffs, sand and sea makes Varkala Beach a striking sight. The sunset at Varakala Beach is truly breathtaking with the sun sinking into the sky.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Thekkady

Periyar wildlife sanctuary, one of the 27 tiger reserves in India, is spread over an area of 777Sq Km. Today it has turned into one of the favourite locations for cinematography with its scenic beuty. Thekkady lies between 4000 to 5000 Fts above see lavel on the western Ghats The sactuary showcases a large variety of Flora and fauna like deers, tigers, elephant herds etc.

The place can be viewed best by taking a boat ride in the lake surroundingthe sanctuary, partially submenrged tree –trunks can be seen in this charming artificial lake ,adventures activities like jungle trekking are also among the options available for the visitors.


Veritable maze of bridges and canals, the presence of which has given it appellation "venice of the east". A place immersed in natural beauty this destination enjoys a unique position in the maritimr history of Kerala due to it proximity to the sea, places of interest include Pathiramanal, an island on the back waters, karumadikuttam,statue of Lord Buddha associated with fascinating legends of 11th century,Krishnapuram palace built by maharaja Marthanda Verma in kayamkulam which is famous for its 18th century murals depicting the story of Gajenramokhsham and alappuzha beach, one of the beutifull picnic spots.


The back water papdise and an upcoming destination on the world tourism map, gives an travelers an out of the world experience in the rural-backdrop. The village of Kumarakom is a cluster of little islands on the Vembanad lake, being a part of Kuttanad region, Kumarakom offers spectacular views .The sestination with unending paddy fields is called the rice bowl of Kerala, the main highlight of this spot on the shores of the vast and enchanting Vembanad lake is the bird sactuary speread over 14 acres, taking a boat trip around the islands is the best way to watch the birds here.