About Kerala
Kerala Tourism
Kerala, God's Own Country

India's most idllic state, Kerala - better known as God's Own Country - is today one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia. Scheduled beaches, palm fringed backwaters, mist clad hill stations, lush tropical forests, waterfalls, exotic wildlife, monuments, art form and festivals give it a distinctive charm. All which offers a unique experience. God's Own Country : with the Arabian Sea in the west, the western ghats towering 500 - 2700 m in the east and networked by forty rivers, Kerlala enjoys unique geographical features that have made it one of the most sought after tourist destination in Asia.
  Kerala Facts & Figures  
38,863 sq km
29,011,237 (census '91)
Thiruvananthapuram ( Trivandrum)
Language   Malayalam, English is widely spoken.
Religion   Hinduism, Christianity, Islam
Kerala is located on the southwestern tip of India with the Arabian Sea on the west and the Western Ghats towering 500-2700m on the east. The State is divided into three regions - the coastal lowlands, the fertile midlands and the highlands. The lowlands of Kerala are networked by endless backwaters and the deltas of forty-tour tivers. The midlands are rich with cashew, coconut, arecanut, tapioca, banana, rice, ginger, pepper, sugarcane and vegetable plantations. The forested highlands abound in tea, coffee, rubber and spice plantations and wildlife reserves.
  Kerala Ata Glance
Ayurveda Backwaters State Map
Beaches Hillstations Shopping
Monuments Wildlife Cuisines
Waterfalls Festivals Art & Culture
  Kerala Districts  
Thiruvananthapuram Kottayam Palakkad
Kollam Idukki Malappuram
Alappuzha Ernakulam Kozhikode
Pathanamthitta Thrissur Wayanad
Kannur Kasaragod  
  Major Cities in Kerala  
Cochin (Kochi) Periyar
Guruvayur Thiruvananthapuram
Kovalam Thekkady
Kumarakom Varkala
  Hotels in Kerala  
Cochin (Kochi) Kumarakom Pozhiyoor
Guruvayur Mararikulam Thekkady
Kovalam Munnar Varkala
Kozhikode Periyar  
Kollam Thiruvananthapuram