God’s Own Country
Kerala, a state in southwestern India, is widely regarded as one of the most stunning locations in all of India, earning it the nickname “God’s Own Country.” Tourists flock to the state to experience its many exciting celebrations, fascinating traditions, fashionable apparel, and mouthwatering fare. Kerala is an ideal destination for honeymooners and families because it has lush tropical plants, clean beaches, calm backwaters, and a wide range of plants and animals.
Mesmerising Backwaters, Mouthwatering Cuisine
Kerala has both international and domestic airports, as well as well-developed road and rail networks, making the entire state easily accessible. Many visitors to Kerala come to experience the state’s famed backwaters, a network of salty lagoons best explored from the comfort of a houseboat and located primarily in the city of Alleppey. The Ayurvedic methods practised in this region are also well-known for their purifying and restorative effects.
Intriguing to the senses are the regional cuisine, celebrations, and artworks. Onam is the most widely celebrated festival in the state, drawing visitors from all over India and beyond. A significant testimony to the vibrant and graceful nature of Kerala tradition is the dance form of Kathakali, which is an essential part of Indian culture. Wildlife sanctuaries, expansive tea plantations, and picturesque mountain towns dot the landscape of Kerala.