Kerala in South India is a house of extensive sandy beaches with a tropical paradise along the coastal line. The green vegetation reaches to Arabian sea. The place is known for its backwaters, peaks, coconut trees, spices and articulture such as kathakali and Mohini Attam. Kerala is an educated state of India and a place of various religions as here are Hindu temples, mosques, churches and also synagogues. The state serves as the international tourist hub for its Ayurvedic spas and remedies of various ailments, eco-travelling initiatives, diverse visiting options varying from charming high blue mountains to immaculate rain forests to shining sun-sandy beaches and diverse accommodation options in Kerala are too much for the tourists.
Thriuvanathapuram in Trivandrum is the popular for its beaches, ancient monuments, gardens, temples and research centres. Kollam in Quilon is heavenly place for travellers because of its Ashtamudi lake, cashew and coir industries, enclosed through lakes and backwaters.
Kochi is a large port city and the biggest urban agglomeration with diverse shopping options. It is an economic capital of Kerala and is a Queen of Arabian sea, is the most sought location in Kerala. Other attractive locations are Alapuzha, Kannur, Kottayam, Kozhikode, Palakkad and Thrissur.
Malabar, the popular heritage, textiles and food. It is one of the most countable ancient locations. Central Travancore is a hub of churches, latex and literacy. Northern Travancore is called for its mountains and peaks and vegetation of spices, tea and coffee. Southern Travancore also offers to view diverse monuments, big temples, churches and sporting places.