The timeless beauty of the palm fringed beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, the majesty of the undulating hills of Munnar and Vagamon, the serenity of the pristine backwaters of Kumarakom & Kuttanad and the enchanting woods and forests of Thekkady and Silent Valley will have you bowl
Kovalam was among the most prominent tourist spots in India during the hippy era. It still has a high status among tourists, who arrive mostly from Europe and Israel.Kovalam is finding a new significance in the light of several Ayurvedic salons, and recuperation and regeneration
Kollam is situated 71 km to the north of Thiruvananthapuram, Known as the entry and exit point of the backwaters of Kerala. It was one of the oldest ports of the Malabar coast and was once the center of international spice trade, especially known for its marine and cashew industr
Kanyakumari, also known as Cape Comorin is mainly a pilgrim center due to the presence of the temple dedicated to Goddess Kanyakumari.
Kanyakumari is the only place in India where one can watch the sunset and moon rise simultaneously on a full moon evening. The unique feature o
Varkala is the only place in southern Kerala where cliffs are found adjacent to the Arabian Sea.
This beach is a haven for sun-bathing and swimming. Kappil Lake, Anjengo Fort, Varkala Tunnel,Ponnumthurut Island, Varkala Lighthouse and Sivagiri Mutt are the main tourist highlight