One of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, Kerala is well known for its beaches, backwaters, wildlife sanctuaries, and mountain ranges. The backwaters in the state are a chain of lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Malabar Coast.
Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, the state is located on the Malabar coast of Southern India. Famously known as God’s Own Country, Kerala’s Hill stations are blessed with rich flora and fauna.
It is said to have most of the beaches in India, after Goa. One of the most visited hill stations in the state, Munnar definitely captivates with its beautiful rolling hills and charming atmosphere.
The boat race organized during the festive season is also an important tourist attraction which is also a great promoter of Kerala tourism. The festivals of Kerala are always a mixture of rich tradition and culture.
Kerala is known for its densely forested mountain range which includes the Western Ghats. The state is also known for its Kathakali, classical arts, Theyyam, Mohiniyattam, folk arts, delicious foods, temple music, and mural arts.