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

Thiruvanathapuram (Trivandrum)
The capital of the state possesses many highlights to contribute to tourism in this area. Ranging from an assortment of famous beaches, a variety of palaces & museums, centers for the wild life, sacred destinations, beautiful water forms, to a wide platform to showcase and teach cultural orientation in forms of martial arts, and meditative skills , the capital city lists itself among one of the favoured destinations in the land.

Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple
A temple built in honor of Lord Vishnu, the massive idol of the Lord in the eternal sleep position over the huge serpent ‘Ananta’ is a prominent feature. This year 2011 witnessed a massive amount of gold and ancient objects, worth billions of Rupees, being recovered from the secret chambers of the temple by the archeological department.

Chowara
A fishing village located a few miles away from mainland Trivandrum is accompanied by a long stretch of white sandy beach.

Folklore and Numismatics Museum at Nedumangad
Housed in the 17th Century traditionally built Koyikkal Palace, the museum exhibits ancient musical instruments, and utensils depicting the lifestyle of earlier times.

Kovalam
One of the most famous beaches in India, Kovalam has been globally promoted for its touristic concentration. The area has been commercially developed by a good number of service providers offering a variety of accommodation choices.

Napier Museum
A museum exhibiting a rare collection of archeological artifacts, historical ornaments, ancient bronze sculptures, ivory carvings and a temple chariot. Its vicinity also has an art gallery (Shri Chitra Art Gallery) which houses paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, Nicolas Roerich and other Mughal & Tanjore art forms.

Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary
Located along with the Agastyakoodam hill, and lush vegetation, the sanctuary is home to a variety of animals like gaur, wild boar, elephants, bears, jungle cats, and nilgiri tahr. The deer farm, lion park, and crocodile center are the main attractions.

Padmanabhapuram Palace
Located in Tamil Nadu, this palace is about 50 kms from Thirvanthapuram, and is administered by the archeology department of Kerala. One of the best examples of Kerala architecture, the palace has been one of the mesmerizing attractions in the state for travelers hailing from different cultures

Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary
A hilly forest area growing common and rare flora and fauna is situated 44 kilometers from mainland Trivandrum.

Ponmudi
Located 60 kilometers from mainland Trivandrum, this hill station is a part of the Western Ghats, offering a wide base for trekking and hiking activities. The wilderness in the area along with small water forms makes it an irresistible picnic spot.

Poovar
A small village near the shoreline, Poovar has been promoted as a tourism village, and has widely appealed to tourists from around the world.

Shanghumugham Beach
The serene atmosphere prevailing at this white sand shoreline is a perfect spot for spending a calm and peaceful evening.

Sree Chithira Art Gallery
Located next to the Trivandrum Zoo premises, the gallery houses magnificent works of ancient and modern artists.

The Marine Aquarium
A engaging place for tourists, this aquarium exhibits rare and unique species of marine life and aquatic creatures

Thiruvananthapuram Zoo
Spread over acres of land, the zoo has been designed like a forest in order to provide the wildlife with a natural habitat.

Varkala
A coastal town offering a very beautiful beach beside cliffs , the town also boasts a serene Kappil lake, a natural Anjengo fort, and a few historical temples.

Veli Tourist Village
A wonderful picnic boat next to the confluence of the Veli Lake and the Arabian sea, one would also find plenty of boating in this area.


Kottayam
One of the highlights of the backwater areas, this district has a variety of sacred destinations to offer in forms of temples, churches and mosques. The mountainous location also adds to the scenic beauty, in addition to the bird sanctuaries and wild life centers, which nests in the heart of the land.

Ayyampara
Rocky surfaces situated 2000 square feet above sea level, is becoming popular these days for captivating sunsets.

Elaveezhapoonchira (mountains)
Surrounded by five gigantic hills, this massive area has plenty of scenic beauty despite absence of trees in the location. A location where one can picture sunrise and sunset with utmost precision.

Ettumanoor Mahadeva Temple
One of the ancient Lord Siva temples situated near Vaikom in Kottayam.

Grampi hill station
Spectacular valley view comprising cardamom, tea and coffee plantations; hilly pathways accompanied by thick flora, a complete forest like atmosphere makes this hilly region extremely appealing.

Kesari Waterfalls
A very serene atmosphere amidst hilly regions, this waterfall also called the Valamjamkanam waterfalls is an ideal picnic spot.

Koottickal
A village situated 2000 feet above sea level is surrounded by hilly ranges, lush green forests, streams and waterfalls.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Also known as the Vembanad Bird Sanctuary, this place amidst rubber plantations houses plenty of migratory birds.

Kumarokam Backwaters / Vembanad Lake
Kumarokam backwaters are commercially promoted for the rich concentration of houseboat services enhancing the opportunity to better enjoy the scenic beauty of the region

Maramala Waterfalls
A few kilometers trek originating from the Teekoy rubber estate, this full-flowing waterfall is spectacular watch.

Pala and Kanjirapally (Rubber Plantations)
Adjacent to the Meenachil and Manimala rivers, these two towns house magnificent rubber plantations.

Wagamon (Trekker's Paradise)
Located at the Kottayam- Idukki border, the cool temperature and the lush green hills add to the tourism appeal of the locality.


Kannur (Cannanore)
Surrounded by the sea and the hills, this district is rich with scenic magnificence in various forms.

Thalassery Fort
Constructed in a square form with secret chambers into the sea and huge carved doors, this fort built in 1708 AD is located 20 kilometers away from Kannur.

Kannur Fort
An important historical monument, this fort also known as the St. Angelo’s Fort was built in1505 by the first Portuguese viceroy of India.

Overbury’s Folly
A picnic spot named after E N Overbury, one of the British sub collectors of ancient times.

Pythal mala
Situated 4500 feet above sea level, this hill station is a splendid view. For visitors who reach its peak following a 6 km trek the miraculous surrounding of lush vegetation is an captivating moment of the trip.

 
 
Trivandrum
Chowara
Kovalam
Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary
Padmanabhapuram Palace
Ponmudi
Poovar
Sree Chithira Art Gallery
Thiruvananthapuram Zoo
 
Ayyampara
Ettumanoor Mahadeva Temple
Kesari Waterfalls
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Wagamon
 
Thalassery Fort
Overbury’s Folly
 
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