Kerala beckons you.

Lovingly called as the ‘God’s own country’, Kerala is a tropical paradise far from the tourist trail at the southwestern peninsular tip of India.

An equable climate, lush hill stations and exotic wildlife, waterfalls, sprawling plantations and paddy fields, ayurvedic health holidays, enchanting art forms, magical festivals, historic and cultural monuments, an exotic cuisine… All of which offer you a unique experience. Mesmerizing greenery, enchanting backwaters, verdant forests, vibrant wildlife, sun-kissed beaches, cascading waterfalls scintillating valleys with abundant coconut and areca nut palm groves, unending rice fields and mist-capped mountains make Kerala a land of nonstop magic.

Kerala is uniquely placed as an ideal adventure and Eco destination. With unique tours, you can explore the wilderness of the dense forests through trekking, mountain climbing, forest camping and bird watching.

Travel tips

Monsoon (Rain) season (Off season) :


Summer (Hot) season :


Season :

August – September

High season :

October to March.

Peak season :

5th December to 10th January.

Currency :

Indian Rupees.

Conversion rate as :

1 US$ = Rs.63.58, 1 Euro= Rs.71.33, 1 pound sterling= Rs.99.86

Travel kit :

Cotton outfits, hats, sun glasses, sunscreen lotion etc.

Drugs :

Heavy penalties for possession of narcotic drugs.

Nudity :

Nudity is not allowed anywhere in Kerala. Hugging/Kissing in public is not accepted in the state.

Kerala Fact File

Area :

38863 Sq.km

Location :

Southwestern tip of India

Capital :

Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)

Population :

3,18,38,619 (Census 2001)

Language :

Malayalam, English is widely spoken

Religion :

Hinduism, Christianity, Islam

Time :

GMT + 5:30

Currency :

Indian Rupee

Climate :


Summer :

Feb – May (Min 30°C – Max 33°C)

Monsoon :

June – Sept (Min 26°C – Max 29°C)

Winter :

Oct – Jan (Min 24°C – Max 29°C)

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