Destination Kerala
Alappuzha        Ernakulam       Idukki       Kannur       Kasargod       Kollam       Kottayam       Kozhikode
Malappuram       Palakkad       Pathanamthitta       Thiruvananthapuram       Thrissur       Wayanad

Ernakulam (Kochi)
For centuries, this cosmopolitan city in the state has seen many foreign visitors, and is home to many internationally designed historical buildings such as the Jewish Synagogues, Dutch Palace, Portuguese architecture, Bolghatty Palace. A long drive along the beach , and the sights of the Chinese fishing nets representing the Indo-Chinese trade relations highlights the holidaying essence of this place.

A dam situated in the village of Pindimana is now a tourist spot

One of the oldest existing Dutch palaces outside Holland, is situated in an island and has been managed by the Kerala Tourism Department as a heritage resort.

Remains of Jewish synagogue, a church, a temple, a mosque all located adjacent to each other showing harmonious religious tolerance.

Cherai Beach
A shallow and clean beach extending to over 15 kilometers, has appealed to many tourists, that it has been commercially promoted through a number of resorts and related services in the vicinity.

Chinese Fishing Nets
This distinct and unique sight in Kochi portrays an unusual mechanism of fishing operated from the shore.

Chottanikkara Temple
A famous temple of Hindu Goddess Bhagawati

Dutch Palace
Also called the Mattancherry Palace, the traditionally built infrastructure features plenty of murals depicting Hindu temple art painted in rich warm colors.

Hill Palace, Thripunthura
Spreading across 54 acres of land, the palace consists of 49 buildings portraying traditional architecture. The palace is now run by the Archeology department, and is one of the biggest archeological museums in Kerala.

Jewish Synagogue
The oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth countries was built in 1568 AD. The hand painted Chinese tiles, and the gold and silver crowns gifted to the synagogue are some of the captivating interests.

Marine Drive
Also known as Shanmugham Road, the Marine Drive is considered to be one of the beautiful parts of the city. The backwaters and the harbor are a breathtaking view from here.

Pallipuram Fort
Built by the Portuguese, it is the oldest existing European Fort in India.

Parikshit Thampuran Museum
A collection of ancient paintings, monuments, coins and forms can be found here.

St.Francis Church
The oldest European Church in India, has great historical significance owing to the European colonial struggle. The Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama was buried in the church for a period of fourteen year until hus body was removed and transported to Lisbon.

Veega Land Amusement Park (Wondrela Kochi)
A water park offering plenty of amusement rides, is the perfect day tour for kids, friends and family.

Willingdon Island
The manmade island that links Kochi to the significant sea ports, houses some of the cities best hotels and resorts.

Thrissur (Trichur)
Thrissur is famous for the ‘Pooram’ festival celebrated every year at the Vadakkumnathan temple. However, this district has a lot more to offer.. An array of waterfalls, dams, beaches, and lakes along with shelters for the wild life portrays its picturesque best. There are also numerous palaces, sacred buildings and cultural learning centers in the locality.

Aaratapuzha temple
Aaratapuzha, a beautiful village in Trissur, is famous for the Sree Sastha temple renowned for over 3000 years.

Athirapally / Vazhachal Waterfalls
Thrissur boasts of two serene charming waterfalls Athirapally and Vazhachal. The beauty and wilderness of the surroundings have appealed to tourists for decades.

Bible Tower
Inaugurated in 2007, the Bible tower is the tallest church tower in Asia.

Chavakkad Beach
For tourists who prefer a calm atmosphere, the beach is a perfect treat in the city.

Chereman Juma Masjid
Built in Hindu architecture, the mosque is believed to exist since times of Prophet Muhammad, and it is believed that some of his immediate followers are buried there..

Dream World Water Park
A water park in the district offers a variety of land and water rides, a perfect holiday for kids, and families

Kerala Kalamandalam
The major center for performing arts, the unit offers short term courses for foreign visitors, and also exhibit art form performances periodically.

Lourdes Cathedral Church
One of the several beautiful churches in the city, the interiors of the building are particularly beautiful.

Peechi Dam
Started as an irrigation project, this spot is now famous for tourism owing to the extensive botanical gardens, and strategically placed fountains.

Punnathur Kotta
An ancient palace and fort, the place is famous for housing plenty of elephants.

Sakthan Thampuran palace
Also known as the Vadakkekara Palace, the palace got to be known by the name of Sakthan Thanburan palace, after the ruler Sakthan Thamburan renovated the palace. A unique and much appreciated form of Kerala- Dutch infrastructure!

Guruvayoor Sree Krishna Temple
One of the most important temples in Kerala, an internationally renowned pilgrimage center, worships Hindu Lord Sree Krishna.

Silver Storm Amusement Park
An amusement park offering a choice of rides along with, few water-pool options.

State Museum & Zoo
A small zoo located in the heart of the city also houses a museum that exhibits a large collection of swords, ancient jewelry, stuffed butterflies and rocks.

Vadakkumnathan Temple
An ancient and renowned Siva temple located in the heart of the city is the classic example of Kerala architecture.

Vazhani Dam
One of the biggest dams built entirely on clay.

A hillock that has been now converted into an amusement park offers a variety of picturesque views from the hilltop.


This smallest district of Kerala is often visited by tourists from around the world for its spiritual significance, cultural centers, and also water holiday.

An international pilgrimage center, worshiping Hindu deity Lord Ayyappa, sees devotees from around the world through the season. (Located in Pathanamthitta district)

This is where Lord Ayyappa had his human sojourn as the son of the king of Pandalam.

The maramon convention, the biggest gathering of Christians in Asia, is annually held here in February/ March.

The oldest church in India believed to be built in AD 52 by apostle St. Thomas.

The Bhagawati temple here is believed to help devotees realize their dreams. The wall paintings and carvings are also a highlight of this temple.

The Rock cut cave temple
The temple highlights great archeological significance. Resembling the Pallava architecture style, stone carvings here are the earliest specimen of Kerala Stone sculpture.
Chinese Fishing Nets
Dutch Palace
Jewish Synagogue
Pallipuram Fort
St.Francis Church
Athirapally / Vazhachal Waterfalls
Chereman Juma Masjid
Kerala Kalamandalam
Peechi Dam
Guruvayoor Sree Krishna Temple
Silver Storm Amusement Park