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Kerala God's Own Country

Experience Kerala Travel Packages

All the districts of Kerala have their own unique tourist attraction. Coastal districts of Kerala are an ideal tourist destination as they have some of the finest beaches in the world. Also, coastal districts of Kerala, especially Alleppey, Kottayam (Kumarakom) and Ernakulam are famous for backwater tourism. A district like Idukki and Wayanad of Kerala offers excellent destinations for adventure tourism and we can experience the best Kerala Travel Packages. Wildlife safaris and trekking are some of the major tourist attractions of Kerala’s mountainous districts

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      Kerala Ayurveda

      Ayurveda is also known as the "Science of Awareness". The word has its origin from two Sanskrit

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    Kerala Beaches

    The sapphire blue waters of the ocean lovingly stroke the shoreline and present a charming view

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    Kerala Cuisine

    Enjoy the Kerala Cuisine. Lots of must try dishes when you are in Kerala

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    Kerala Hill Stations

    The hill stations of Kerala are dense in vegetation and provide natural habitat to exotic wildlif

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    Kerala Houseboats

    Customarily, the houseboats in Kerala are called Vanchi Veedu (Kettuvallam), implying a ferry

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    Kerala Wildlife

    The captivating green forest with its rich vegetation and fauna makes Kerala a much sought after

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  • About Kerala

    Kerala is one of the most sought after Tourism destinations in the world today. With its beautiful beaches, backwaters, pristine forests, and landscapes, Kerala is attracting millions of domestic and international tourists each year.

    Kerala is beyond doubt the obscured India. It is God’s own country and an attractively stunning, bright green fleck of land. It is a tropical ecstasy far from the sightseer’s experiment at the southwestern peninsular tip, crammed amid the giant mountains and profound seas. Kerala is a lengthy extension of enthralling foliage.

    Kerala, as a state, came into existence on November 1, 1956. It then consisted of only 5 districts. The number of districts later increased to 14. Kasargod was the last district to be created. The districts are divided into Taluks which are subdivided into villages. At present, there are 63 Taluks and 1452 villages. With a total area of 4480 sq km, Palakkad is the largest district in Kerala, followed by Idukki with a total area of 4479 sq km. Alappuzha with an area of 1414 sq. km is the smallest and is the only district in Kerala without any area under forest cover.

    In February 1990, the Government of Kerala passed an order changing the names of 6 districts and some other places. The old names from its pronunciation in English accent were changed to Malayalam. The table gives below give the old and new names of Kerala districts.

    # New Name Old Name
    1 Alappuzha Alleppey
    2 Ernakulam Ernakulam
    3 Idukki Idukki
    4 Kannur Cannanore
    5 Kasargod Kasargod
    6 Kollam Quilon
    7 Kottayam Kottayam
    8 Kozhikode Calicut
    9 Malappuram Malappuram
    10 Palakkad Palghat
    11 Pathanamthitta Pathanamthitta
    12 Thiruvananthapuram Trivandrum
    13 Thrissur Trichur
    14 Wayanad Wayanad

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