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

A landlocked district, this is one location where nature can be found in abundance. Mountainous ranges, rivers, valleys, dark woods, wildlife are some of the many views spotted in these neighborhoods.

A small town near the Cheruthoni river has lately been attracting tourists for its calm and serene ambience.

Hill View Park
Spread over 8 acres of land, the park has a natural water body which offers boating on a small scale, and also panoramic views of valleys and the surroundings from the heights.

Idukki Arch Dam
Worlds second, and Asia’s first arch dam

Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
Spread over a wide area, the sanctuary boasts of a variety of wilderness. Kalliyanathandu. A spot surrounded by forests, the peaks and hills, the Idukki reservoir, a perfect location for hiking and trekking activities.

An ideal location for camp trekking, and mountaineering, the 1500 m waterfalls falling from over the rocks, surrounded by wilderness that is enchanting to watch.

A view point offering glimpses of the dam, and an ultimate location for trekking activities.

Malankara Reservoir
An artificial lake offering boating facilities and fishing

Munnar Hill Station
A globally appreciated destination, its cool climate, flora and fauna, winding roads have enhanced the quality of tourism in and around the vicinity of the hill station.

Perfect for a single day holiday, the location offers panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and greenery.

A forest area offering a lush green sight for nature lovers and is a pleasant spot for trekking activities.

Located 3125m above the sea level, one can view the nearby towns of Alleppey and Kochi from here.

A 7 step waterfall offering a cascade and pool after each step, is a treasured experience. This location is known for adventure tourism.

Situated at Kumily, adjacent to the Kerala - Tamilnadu border, Thekkedy is famous for the Periyar wild life sanctuary. In addition to the wildlife extensively found in here, Thekkedy also offers views of coffee, tea and spice plantations.

Kollam / Quilon
A town by the Ashtamudi Lake is famous over centuries for cashew trade practiced in the locality. However, having nestled in the amazing lands of Kerala, the traces of scenic beauty had to leave its mark on this town too.

Ashtamudi Backwaters
A palm shaped water body, it is the second largest and deepest wetland ecosystems. A serene ride through this lake should be the priority in ones itinerary if looking for options to unravel oneself from the stresses of city life.

A huge cluster of rocks has seen its vicinity being developed by the government to promote it as a more recognized tourism spot. The name of the rock comes from the Holy epic of Ramayana, where the mythological bird falls onto the rocks in its efforts to rescue Goddess Sita from the clutches of Demon King Raavana.

Situated on the banks of Paravur lake, this is one of the most beautiful villages in the district.

An important and sacred location owing to the existence of the Para Bramha Temple.

Palaruvi waterfalls
Travelling through dense forests to reach here to view the milk like fall of the stream from a height of 300m is one of the most mesmerizing experiences for nature lovers.

Sasthamkotta Lake
Also categorized as a wetland, it is the largest fresh water lake in Kerala. A huge variety of aqua fauna and flora could be located in here.

The first planned ecotourism destination in India, the location boasts of boating, mountaineering,a rope bridge ,and musical fountains.

Thirumullavaram Beach
A beautiful beach, with a Maha Vishnu temple in the vicinity, and a huge rock half a kilometer inside the sea which is located only during lowtides, marks the touristic appeal of this neighborhood.

Lying amidst the Arabian sea and the Nilgiri mountains, this birth place of Malayalam literature boasts of beaches, backwaters, hill stations and pilgrimage centers.

Kottakkal Arya vaidyasala
A world famous Ayurveda center; running for more than a century.

Teak Museum
The world first teak museum, one would find all information regarding the history and science of teak at this two storey building.

Valiya Juma Masjid
An important pilgrim center of the Muslims.

Pazhangadi Mosque
The 500 year old mosque is yet another renowned pilgrim center.

Hilly area famous for the concentration of teak plantations.

Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
Munnar Hill Station
Ashtamudi Backwaters
asthamkotta Lake
Kottakkal Arya vaidyasala
Pazhangadi Mosque