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Alappuzha

Alappuzha

Alappuzha district is beautifully placed between the Arabian Sea and the Vembanad Kayal. The midland is bed for famous river Pamba and also enjoys a special place among the different tourist spots of Kerala as it hosts not one but two celebrated boat races- 'Moolam Vallamkali' at Champakkulam and Nehru Trophy Vallam Kali' at Punnamadakayal'. The place is also historically important as it has been the capital of the ancient Chempakassery kingdom...

Ernakulam

Ernakulam

The district consists of the mainland Ernakulam, the Islands of Willington, Bolgatty and Gundu, Fort Cochin, Mattancherry and Vypeen Island- all linked by ferry and some by bridges. Almost all historical sites are in Fort Kochi or Mattancherry. The golden beaches, coconut palm corridors, backwaters, historical monuments at Cherai; the palace and the lush green Golf Course at Bolgatty; the cantilevered Chinese fishing nets at Fort Cochin leave a lasting impression on visitor's minds.....

Idukki

Idukki

With the Sahya ranges occupying most of the geographical area, the district has within its boundary, the highest mountain peak and the largest area for forest land in the state. Most of the tourist attractions at Idukki are results of its unique location. The remarkably stunning locale is that different regions in Idukki have the ideal climate and ambience to enhance thriving vegetation and exotic wildlife.....

Kannur

Kannur

The resonant past and lots of myths and legends have earned Kannur,(capital of the ancient Vadakkan Kolathiri Kingdom), the name 'the crown of Kerala'. The virgin and clean beaches at Payyambalam, Meenkunnu and Kizhunna are tourist's paradise. One could lose oneself riding into the sunset at Kerala's only drive-in beach at Muzhippilangadi....

Kasargode

Kasargode

Kasargode forms the northern tip of Kerala. The characteristic feature of the place is its extremely simple people and their warm ways. Being industrially backward has left Kasargode blessed with unmatched serenity and an almost incessant supply of fresh air. The Anand Ashram and Nityananda Ashram at Kanhangad are the best places to visit to take some time off all worries as one is introduced to enlightening thoughts and philosophies of some celebrated sages and thinkers.....

Kollam

Kollam

Flanked by the Sahya Mountains at the eastern frontier and Arabian Sea at the west, Kollam district has for long been associated with history. The Malayalam Era is based on the founding of Kollam in the 9th century. The revenue division of the ancient Travancore province has its later history interwoven with the Portuguese, Dutch etc. The beauty of the place lies in the fact that it is renowned for not just a single aspect....

Kottayam

Kottayam

Kottayam is celebrated as the literary capital of Kerala. There are many famous temples and churches here, including the 'Cherupally' which is well known for its 400 year old vegetable dye paintings on the walls and ceiling; and the Ettumanoore Siva Temple that is noted for its superb wood carvings and murals....

Kozhikode

Kozhikode

Kozhikode was once the capital of the powerful Zamorin(samoothiri) Dynasty. Its historical importance also stems from the fact that it was in the port here that Vasco-da-Gama landed in 1498. Once a prominent trade and commerce center of British Malabar, Kozhikode today greets visitors with its ancient monuments, lush green country sides, serene beaches, historic sites, rivers, a unique culture and a warm, friendly ambience that make it a much sought after destination.....

Malappuram

Malappuram

Neatly tucked away between the Arabian sea and Nilgiri hills, Malappuram largely consists of high range forests, agricultural midland and coconut plantations in low land..Once colonised by the Portuguese, Malappuram has an eventful history to boast of. Visited by St Xavier in the 14th century, it is also the birthplace of the father of Malayalam literature (Malayalam's Mahakavi Thunchathu Ezhuthachan).....

Palakkad

Palakkad

Due to the proximity to the Western ghats, Palghat becomes the point of entry for the north east monsoon into Kerala. The 'rice bowl of Kerala', has vast stretches of lush green paddy fields, with tributaries of Bharathapuzha river (Kunthipuzha etc), and fishponds (Meenkara) forming sliver streaks in between. The high ranges and the weather of the place has also gifted the place with not just velvet carpets of several tea and coffee estates (Sholayar, Attappadi etc), but also orange estates- probably the only ones in the state. , ....

Pathanamthitta

Pathanamthitta

The district of Pathanamthitta has about half of the area of the total district in forest land. Kokkathode is an enchanting tourist destination within the forest. Well-known location in pilgrimage tours, Pathanamthitta has many churches and temples (including the renowned 'Sabarimala' temple) and is venue for many religious conventions.....

Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram

The capital city of the state is also headquarters to a lot of important activities and institutions. Apart from the museums observatories and galleries, the district also has many temples, monuments and palaces that are illustrations of the brilliance of Kerala architecture. The many beaches in Thiruvananthapuram, mantled by rocky ledges and palms definitely add so much charm to tourist's experience and memory.......

Thrissur

Thrissur

Aptly called the cultural capital of Kerala, Thrissur is home to not just the museum and archeological museum, but also to 'Kerala Kalamandalam'- the illustrious school that teaches and practices all the brilliant traditional artforms of Kerala. The Lourdes Cathedral, Puthan Pally Church, Vadkkunathan temple, the Guruvayoor temple, Kodungalloor mosque etc., are the famous religious instituitions in Thrissur.....

Wayanad

Wayanad

Wayanad, a district that is recognized all over for its hill-produce, is located much above sea level at north Kerala's eastern frontier near the Sahya mountains and is a perfect getaway from the bustles of modern life. The perfectly cool weather that lingers, the wilderness of the hills and the calm moments that the place offers and, makes wayanad a much popular tourist destination.....

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