Kerala, God's own country. Being one among the beautiful coastal states of India, it has wonderful tourist spots which can be refreshing to a stressful mind. Kerala is made up of fourteen districts. Each of them have a distinct character. Thiruvananthapuram (also known as Trivandrum) is the capital of Kerala, famous for it's Kovalam beach (rated one of the top ten beaches of the world).
The complex network of lagoons, lakes, rivers and canals fringing the coast of Kerala forms the basis of a distinct regional lifestyle, and travelling by boat along these backwaters is one of the highlights of a visit to the state. The boats cross shallow, palm-fringed lakes studded with Chinese fishing nets, and along narrow, shady canals where coir (coconut fibre), copra and cashews are loaded onto boats.
Kochi (Heritage):
Kerala's commercial capital and the most cosmopolitan city. Kochi is also known as the Queen of Arabian Sea. Once an important centre for trade and commerce. Kochi owns one of the world's finest natural harbours.
Munnar (Hill Station):
Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and misty peaks make Munnar a popular hill station. Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams, Munnar is the perfect place to unwind from the stress and bustle of urban life.
Thekkady (Wild life):
A tryst with the wild outdoors of Kerala. Thekkady is home to the Periyar WildLife Sanctuary, one of the few places where you can watch wildlife at close quarters. The herds of elephants that come down to play in the Periyar are a popular attraction.

Kumarakom (Backwater):
Kumarakom is an unbelievably beautiful paradise of mangrove forests, green paddy field and coconut groves, crisscrossed by enchanting waterways. A cruise along the Vembanad Lake is strongly recommended.

Kovalam (Beach):
Kerala's internationally renowned beach destination, Kovalam has been a favourite tourist haunt since the 1930's. Made of three adjacent crescent shaped beaches, Kovalam offers excellent accommodation and water sports facilities.

Costa Malabari:
A newly identified beach with natural charms at the unspoilt Malabar coast near Kannur in North Kerala. The beautiful sea shore with golden sand is safe for swimming.

In the lower hills of Nilgiris, this little known wildlife sanctuary near Wyand is a part of the Nilgiri reserve and offers a great chance of spotting wild life. This lush rain forest, forming a part of the Nagarhole National Park, shelters a unique ecological richness of rare plants, orchids and wild life. The animals include elephants, wild gaur, wild boar, spotted dear, sambar etc along with an incredible variety of birds. The flora includes rose wood, teak, silver oak, bamboo etc.

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