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"God's Own Country"

Jatayu Earth's Center, Kerala


Kerala is first referenced (as Keralaputra) in a 3rd century-BCE shake inscription left by the Mauryan ruler Ashoka. In the only remaining hundreds of years BCE this district became well known among the Greeks and Romans for its flavors (especially pepper).  


Two years after India's freedom was accomplished in 1947, Cochin and Travancore were joined as Travancore-Cochin states. The southern bit of the previous Travancore-Cochin state was connected to Tamil Nadu.


The culture of Kerala is an incredible blend of both Indian and Dravidian cultures. Nowadays this culture is being affected by the neighboring states too. Known as "God's Own Country", Kerala is in reality an ideal get-away spot and has otherwise called heaven on earth. Kerala is notable for its picturesque areas; Kerala is utilized to structure its grand sanctuaries, celebrations like Onam, its wide cluster of South Indian food, and furthermore, its tremendous and rich Malayalam literature. The food of Kerala comprises a wide assortment of south Indian food including vegan options. It comprises many rice manors like idli, dosa, and so forth which are produced using a hitter arranged from rice.

Kerala Dance and Culture
Kerala Famous Tea Garden in Munnar


Located on the southwest coast of India, Kerala is blessed with backwaters, stunning beaches, and endless tea plantations. Kerala literally means “the land of the coconut trees” and is also known as “God’s own country”, and there’s no doubt why it’s called like that after paying a visit.

The first thing that grabs your attention in Kerala is its exuberant nature. There are hundreds of coconut trees almost everywhere you look!


Kerala’s cuisine is a beautiful amalgamation of Arabian, Malabari & French influences along with a unique touch of the state’s very own culture. You can find a flavorsome and authentic variety of sweet & savory dishes from Kerala that will leave you asking for more! From elaborate platters consisting of a wide assortment of traditional vegetarian dishes made during festivals to non-vegetarian dishes, foods from Kerala can take your breath away!

South Indian Food, malyali Food

Why Travel Kerala...?

Kerala is also sprawling with wildlife sanctuaries, vast tea gardens and quaint hill stations. These places are flocked by tourists throughout the year and have played a significant part in Kerala being awarded by the National Geographic Traveller as one of the top 50 destinations in the world.
          The traditional food, festivals and art forms are enticing to the beholder. Onam is the most important festival celebrated with participation from people within and outside the state. Kathakali, an essential traditional Indian dance form, is perhaps a significant testament to the colourful and graceful nature of the traditions of Kerala.

So choose your holiday plan now...

Kerala Holiday Package
Kerala Holiday Package
Kerala Holiday Package
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