Hotel in Kerela

From pristine beaches and backwaters to extensive stretches of tea and spice plantations and rolling hills, Kerala, the narrow state running 560 km (350 miles) along India's western coast, is a land of diverse natural beauty. The scenery changes across the breadth of the state, and is dotted with waterfalls, fresh springs, and forests full of the opportunity to spot unique species of birds and wildlife. It is also rich in history, with Hindu temples and Christian churches dating back hundreds or thousands of years and a culture that include dance, martial arts, and age-old ayurvedic treatments.

From the more recent past, coastal cities preserve colonial mansions and 19th-century godowns (warehouses) used to store spices and teas and coffee from the plantations. Outside of the historic, spice-trading city of Kochi, attractions are rustic: quiet beaches spiked with palm trees line the west coast; the hilly eastern interior is heavily forested. Kochi is the anchor of low-lying central Kerala, a region dominated by lazy inland waterways, broad lakes, rice fields, and fishing boats; the backwater lifestyle is best experienced from the deck of a slow-moving houseboat.
The hills surrounding Thekkady and Munnar are lovely for trekking and rich in waterfalls and birdsong, especially in the rains. Southern Kerala is best known for the sparkling beaches near Kovalam, which lie south of the stately capital city, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), the home of the famous Padmanabhaswamy Temple. Undeveloped, conservative northern Kerala is the state's cultural heartland; you can witness some of the region's most spectacular festivals here. Kerala's Muslim community is concentrated in the north, and Christians are largely in the central and southern regions. Note that many of Kerala's low-slung, modest temples restrict entry to Hindus only.

Things To Do

Ease your stress There's no place better than Kerala to get an ayurvedic oil massage and a yoga session. Let your tension melt away and your body kick back into equilibrium.
Sail along the scenic backwaters Luxury houseboats come with hotel comforts, but the real attraction is the traditional village life you see drifting by.
Lounge by the sea Relax along an isolated stretch of sand in North Kerala, access backwaters minutes from the beach at Marari, or party on Kovalam's Lighthouse Beach.
Indulge your taste buds Whether its spicy, coconut-based curries, Portugese- and Dutch-influenced dishes, or North Kerala biryani, traditionally cooked in a hollow piece of bamboo, Kerala’s extensive menu is sure to win over your taste buds.
Tap into the past Reflect on Kerala’s colonial past in Kochi, as you watch the sun set over the Fort area.

When To Go

High Season: October to March
Low Season: March to July
Shoulder Season: August and September


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