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As a tourist destination, Kerala has a lot to offr beaches, hill stations, wildlife sanctuaries, backwaters, culture, heritage and experiences which never fail to thrill all who enter her portals.

Kerala this enchanting land at the southern most tip of India, has one of the most romantic land scrapes in the world.

Nature is eternally fresh here .This narrow strip of land with the sublime height of Sahyadri mountains on one side and the awe-inspiring ocean on the other, is any sightseers dream come true. Kerala, Known the world over as God's Own Country, is a land of myriad pleasure and tranquility with her fascinating land scrapes and splendid beaches. People from all walks of life ,of all hues ,throng this place ,for here, they find nature at its best-unspoilt unexplored. Truly Gods Own Country.

Kerala is a small state tucked away in the southern most corner of India .The area is 38,864,which is 1.03 percent of India's total Kerala has 3.43 percent of the total population of the country area.

Kerala experiences a moderate climate throughout the year .In the hilly regions it is quite cold but it is warmer in the plain sand along the sea cost. Two monsoons visit Kerala, bringing plenty of rain.The South West monsoon starts May - Jun and continues unto July - August .The north east monsoon is from August-September to October-November. From March to June, it is warm and humid.

Kerala has a distinctive cuisine, very unusual and different from the rest of India. The typical keralite loves his rice, especially the rich, unpolished brown variety called chembavu.Kerala is noted for a variety of pancakes and steamed rice cakes made from rice.

Kerala greenery is probably the most attractive feature of the "Gods Own Country", but you may fall short of words when it comes to expressing your boat cruise experience on the backwaters of Kerala.

Kerala has made its contributions to the science of architecture. The influence of the non-Kerala style can be strongly seen in the varied architectural styles of temples, churches, mosques and palaces.