Wednesday, 11 October 2017

The Wilderness Aptly Captured In Cameras, In Search Of the Scenic Locale of Pulimurugan


We all are some way or the other movie buffs and love to watch a movie in the weekend after keeping aside the busy daily life pressures. Inside a multiplex, with high definition video and audio effects, nowadays, watching a movie is like a different experience which is hard to explain. Whatever we see on the big screens with all other light off is really appealing and if it presents wonderful scenery then our enthusiasm widens. Athirappally waterfalls in Bahubali and other movies was really a scene stealer and same like there are other places captured in cameras arousing curiosity among the audiences.It has been a year after the release of the big budget and book office cracker of ever time superstar, Mohanlal movie Pulimurugan where hunt of man versus wild was shot. After the release of the movie, people from different parts of places landed Kerala and were in search of the scenic place pictured. Audiences were moved by the wilder beauty of that place. They thought such a scenic splendor was in Munnar or Thekkady and started booking several Kerala tourism packages. The social media popularized the place and finally, its name was out. 

The picturesque forest captured in the movie was Pooyamkutti, in Ernakulam district near to Kothamangalam. It was a real surprise to know that the forest was located in Ernakulam district instead of some other popular locations in Kerala. 

Before Pulimurugan, Pooyamkutti has shown its eminence in another Mohanlal movie named Shikkar. The movie was not a blockbuster hit but still, the place was perfectly shot. It is after the Pulimurugan release, the popularity of the place soared.


Tourists especially, youngsters were so thrilled to visit the place and most of them planned a trekking to the inner skirts of Pooyamkuti forests. The social media's publicity was the main reason for more trekking to this place. The exact location is about 27 kilometers from Kothamangalam and to see the wilderness of the forest, a prior permission is needed. On the way to Poyyamkutti, there are many breathtaking attractions and after tasting its beauty, continue the journey to the abode of Murugan, the wild hunter. The route can be picked as Kothamangalam to Thattekad to reach Kuttampuzha and from there Pooyamkutti.



The Thattekad bird sanctuary is famous and is a bird lover's paradise. On the way, a visit can be made to this wonderful bird sanctuary. It is the venture of the great ornithologist, Dr Salim Ali and after a research in early times; he convinced Travancore kings that the place is abundant with a rich diversity of birds. This place is perfect for trekking too. Kuttampuzha is another location which is an offbeat attraction and not so popular. Kerala has several such places which are not so popular but its beauty is unexplainable and we can reap more memories from there. Some honeymoon couples demand privacy for spending their newly wedded days to enjoy nature and for them, these offbeat places can be preferred. Kuttampuzha is such a place that can be included in the honeymoon packages in Kerala. It is actually a tiny scenic hamlet in Kerala where people are involved in farming and other agricultural practices and are far away from the commercialization. It is the meeting point of two rivers namely Pooyamkutti and Edamalayar, hence the name 'Koodum' meaning meeting and 'Puzha', river. On must really appreciate the diversity of butterflies of this village with Gladey bush brown and Malabar rose varieties. To feel the chillness of the water, there are several bathing Ghats around the village. After filling your senses with a soothing village life experience, continue the journey to the wild.



Pooyamkutti and its forests belong to the Malayatoor forest division. The Pooyamkutti River is what separating the town from the forests. It is the tributary of Periyar River. The most exciting thing one can see here is the tribal villages inside the forest. One must take a 10 kilometers trek inside to watch the tribal world. The watch of bamboo huts and their happily living are quite thrilling to behold. One thing which is unknown to the world is that Pooyamkutty is the habitat for wild elephants and there are huge numbers of them inside the forests. Unlike shot in the movie, where tigers are the frequented wild animal here, the elephants are the villain but this a place where the humans and elephants have learned to coexist Tribal live in harmony with the elephants. One interesting fact is that the Pooyamkutty forests lye in the Western Ghats, connecting Eravikulam National park and Parambikulam wildlife sanctuary. Hence, this is the major elephant migration route, thus allowing a huge population of elephants to nurture here. The population of bamboo forests is another reason why elephants migrate to Pooyamkutti forests. There are fastly growing bamboo trees inside the forest and thus bamboo domination is more here. These forests are the breeding grounds for freely roaming elephants.

Another suggestion is that trekking can be done in the Pooyamkuty forests with your friends. Lucky are those youngsters in the Ernakulam district as they can opt it as a weekend trip involving great kind of adventure. For people from faraway places, visiting Kerala during holidays is suggested. It is really difficult for new ones in Kerala to figure out the place and hence seeking the guidance of tour planners is necessary and by choosing some attractive Kerala holiday packages, a guided trekking will be offered to the tourists. One thing you must be bewares of while trekking is the elephants. But as per the locals there, the elephants are really active during nights and are not often encountered in days unless a threat for their habitat occurs. To get inside the forest, jungle route is the only way after crossing the river. The elephants used to damage the crops and for protecting from which, electric fences are built at some locations. The avid trekkers can smell the fresh elephant dung on your way. They will come to the jungle route or tribal village at night and afterwards move to the banks of Pooyamkutty River. But this is not a sight that can be seen in daytime. Another interesting attraction here is the Peendimedu waterfalls which are 8 kilometers deep inside the forest. This is a very large waterfall, and realising its potential, a hydroelectric project named Indira Priyadarshini was proposed to cover 1000 MW same like Idukki dam but was changed to 210 MW later. The environmental issues and the threat to biodiversity are what lying as a hindrance to this project.




We have seen a bridge in the Pulimurugan movie and is the only way to cross the river and connects Poyyamkuty to Manikandamchal. Manikandamchal is a village and the bridge is named as Chappath by locals. The call of the jungle is characterized by the sound of langurs and macaques. To reach the tribal colony, 20 kilometers of a trek is needed and from where good quality pure and natural honey can be bought. Almost 100 tribes inhabit the village and a healthy interaction can give you a chance to get some tribal products. Never try to visit the forest during monsoons as the river will be flooded making the trek difficult and risky. It is best to trek after monsoons preferably after October. This is a ride to explore the locations of the Pulimurugan and witness the wildness of the forest in real.

Sunday, 23 July 2017

KERALA'S FAMOUS MOSQUES GLITTERING IN EMINENCE

Kerala's culture always welcomed various people and their religion, also played host to foreigners and embraced them and respected their religion to nurture in our land which slowly intricated to weave a social framework thus the earliest Muslim place of worship in India was established in Kerala. Islam came to India with Muslim invasions and Arab change to the Malabar Coast in the 7th–8th century. The Malabar area of Kerala became the primary location on the land of India wherein Islam first preached. The Muslim religion is the second most practiced belief in the Kerala State of India.  Muslims has a superb position in influencing the artwork, lifestyle and economic system of the united states. Kerala is the house to a number of the fantastically designed mosques that depicts the brilliant architecture and artwork of that time frame. Apart from Cherman Juma Masjid, Kanjiramattom Mosque, Jama-at-Mosque, Beemapalli mosque are some of the other prominent mosques of Kerala. These mosques are attended by means of the devotees from everywhere in the world and with various celebrations in Kerala, thousands of people gather for the festival. In the month of Ramzan, there are much inflow of Muslims as well as tourists to various mosques in Kerala to behold their relatives and during these times, the holidays allow Best Kerala tourism packages to be sold out in large numbers as they can take a break from daily life. The Muslim religion has strong roots in Kerala now and has become a part of the culture of Kerala. To take the architectural marvel of the state to a sacred height, the mosques in Kerala have also played a major role. Some of the Mosques in Kerala State are –

Cheraman Juma Masjid in Kodungalloor

The construction of this mosque has an interesting story behind and relating to its name, in ancient t times king Cheraman Perumal has decided to convert to Islam and abdicate for which he traveled to Mecca and spend some days there. Before his return, he caught ill and died there. The king has already written a letter of introduction to his family and friends. Later after his death, the Mallik Ibn and his followers came to Kodungallor and showed the ruling chieftain the letter. Following which they were allowed to build a mosque at Kodungalloor(Thrissur) and thus the Cheraman Juma Masjid came into existence in 629 AD. Most of the mosques face west but unlike which the Cheraman Juma Masjid faces east as a symbol signifying facing to Mecca, where the king died.

Mallin Ibn Deenar Mosque at Kasargod



This mosque was built by Mallil Ibn who was a companion of the great Islamic prophet Mohammed. One of the best-kept attraction in Kasargod district where a majority of Muslims are encountered. The mosque is considered sacred by Muslims as it houses the grave of Mallil Ibn. He is the known Muslim who has come in India to propagate Islam Apart from being a pilgrim centre, the Masjid acts as a historic monument of the district. The king chairman Perumal was moved by his prophecies and befriended him. This ended up with his decision to embrace Islamism. This religious harmony has resulted in erecting a mosque here which is purely built in Kerala style. Located at Thalangara, just one kilometre from Kasargod, the mosque has intricate carvings on its wooden pillars written in Arabic. In latticed woodwork, the details of construction of the mosque are depicted in Arabic. The important celebration of this mosque is the arrival of Mallil Ibn who himself is the founder of the mosque. People from nearby places especially Karnataka, visit the mosque thus Thrilling Kerala tour packages from Bangalore is a constant tour package during peak seasons. The flooring in the mosque is an ought to see factor as they are made up of marbles imported from Mecca by Mallik Ibn.

Mampuram mosque in Tirurangadi


Once the mosque acted as mustering place for rebels of Khalifa movement in the early 1920s.Thus the mosque not being elder still marks a presence in history when on the national agreement the Indian national congress and Khalifa movement leaders to rebel against Britishers. This famous rebel is known in Malabar as Mappila Lahala. The mosque invites almost 5000 visitors on daily basis. Here at the Dargah, walath majilith is conducted every Thursday.

Thazhatangady Juma Masjid at Kottayam

Over 1000 years old, the mosque is also being called as taj Juma Masjid ageing almost 1000 years. The mosque is constructed in Kerala style with intricate wooden carvings, thus it's a part of heritage zone of Kerala now. It is well-known for its richness of architecture, wooden carvings, and the beauty. The Southern half of the mosque is demolished and extended with iron pillars, aluminium sheets, and seminars in 2012. This mosque is situated on the banks of the Meenachil river.The ancestors of this Masjid got here and settled in Kottayam, of Kerala.The Muslims who lived right here performed a lively role in Freedom Struggle and different National Movements.

Odathil Palli at Thalasserry

The mosque architecture is a blend of both Hindu and Muslim architecture still holding its eminence without a reconstruction. The reason why a Hindu touch has involved in the architecture is that long years ago when Tipu Sultan invasions were going on a Muslim wealthy trader named Marakkar belonging to a prominent keyi family has provided refugee to Hindu family in Thiruvithamkur. Pleased king ha suffered timbers for building a mosque named Odathil Palli ageing 200 years old. The mosque didn't undergo any major construction since then and much of Kerala architecture. The wood carvings are splendid to watch. Marakkar built a stunning mosque in Thalassery within the 'Karimbin-odam' (sugar cane plantation) formerly belonged to the Dutch, occupied by the British. Odam means 'garden' in Dutch. Since it became built in Odam the mosque got here to be known as Odathil Palli, meaning 'mosque in Odam'. The mosque had copper plate roofing and golden dome in the minor and proportion the scenic capabilities as the ones cited in the Brahminical way of life. There became a competition in laying the dome as a privilege enjoyed by the people of the temples so Zamorin gave speed permission to lay the domes and the minaret. It highlights the communal concord that prevailed in those days and the coverage of enlightened toleration accompanied through the Kerala rulers. All Muslims can offer prayers. In the Kabaristan that is the graveyard adjoining to the mosque only the useless bodies of those related to Key is are buried.
Odathil Palli is a vacation spot that travelers and vacationers come to look. During seasons Kerala tour packages would seek the need of pilgrim tour to famous mosques including odathil. The highlights of Odathil Palli are that it has the everyday Kerala structure, and it's far in the coronary heart of Tellicherry. The crown at the roof is a product of gold. The mosque continues to be in use for worship these days. The Masjid has mainly 3 front. First one is through primary gate close to Thalassery old Bus-stand. Next one is through Logans Road, and 0.33 is the doorway through the outside of the construction which is linked to OV Road.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

CULTURE IS THE ART OF RESIDING ………LET'S SEE TWO EXCITING CULTURES : KERALA AND RAJASTHAN

Tourism: the most exciting leisure of peoples. In India, it has lots of opportunities and space. Let's Google most thrilling tourist locations in India, you may get interesting outputs in an order of
·         Kerala
·         Rajasthan
·         Goa
·         Punjab
·         Uttar Pradesh
·         Gujarat and so on.

But most of the peoples have slight confusion which I also have….."Which one more interesting…is it Kerala or Rajasthan?" "Where to go?" "In which manner I extract my dream location?" like this so many thoughts were coming to mind during the beginning of the trip. Let's see which one is more attractive or else both have an entirely different specialty. Never know, but have possibilities to find better solutions.

Kerala is just awesome and popularly called "God's own country". From the pre-colonial era, it's a dreamy location for lots of travelers as well as flourished with beauty and all. Actually, I am wordless to portray the beauty of Kerala. Let's begin with the culture,

Kerala culture

The culture of Kerala is a blending of Aryan and Dravidian cultures, advanced and blended for centuries, underneath impacts from other elements of India and abroad. It is described by its antiquity and the organic continuity sustained by way of the Malayali people. 



The word ‘Kerala' means ‘land of Kera'. Where ‘Kera' is the local name of coconut. Like it said, the entire Kerala flourished with coconut trees and it offers luscious greenery to the state. According to mythology, the origin of Kerala closely related to Hindu tradition. Retrieval of Kerala from the sea done by great warrior Parasurama, one avatar of Mahavishnu. He just throws his battle axe into the sea.

Kerala arts
The 300-year vintage classical dance form "Kathakali" evolved in Kerala which combines the appearing artwork types of opera, ballet, masque, and pantomime. Other dance forms which are famous in Kerala and entice across globe are


  • ·         Krishnanattam
  • ·         Mohiniyattam
  • ·         Thullal
  • ·         Koodiyattam
  • ·         Kolkali
  • ·         Thiruvathirakali
  • ·         Kakkarissi Nadakam
  • ·         Oppana
  • ·         Chavittunatakam



Kerala is famous for its traditional mural paintings. In Kerala the mural paintings are common visuals, it mostly drowns on the walls of temples and churches and royal courtyards. Most of the paintings are drawn between 9th and12th centuries. The themes of these paintings are taken from mythological stories and epics. And vibrant and rich colors are the other attractions of these paintings. The famous murals in Kerala hold Mattancherry murals, Pundarikapuram murals, Ettumanur murals, Panayannarkavu murals and Padmanabhapuram murals.

Elephants a major part in Kerala culture




The elephants are an imperative a part of the culture and day to day life in Kerala. Those Indian elephants are given prestigious vicinity within the nation's lifestyle. They're frequently christened names through which they're regarded across the complete kingdom. Elephants in Kerala are regularly known as the 'sons of the say' and are imperative for temple fairs.

Kerala hill stations

The mountain ranges in Kerala which include the highland place of the Western Ghats exude an exceptional charm. Growing to a median top of 1520 m, the tropical forests of the Ghats house wealthy and specific flowers and fauna. The high ranges and hill stations are the favorite spots for nature fans and journey seekers. Expansive plantations of tea, coffee, rubber and aromatic cardamom and other spices, for which Kerala is famous for, are cultivated on the slopes of those hill stations.


Popular hill stations like
  • ·         Thekkady
  • ·         Munnar
  • ·         Vagamon
  • ·         Ponmudi
  • ·         Lakkidi
  • ·         Vythiri
  • ·         Idukki
  • ·         Peermedu
  • ·         Malampuzha
  • ·         Mattupetty
  • ·         Ayyampuzha
  • ·         Gavi
  • ·         Athirappally
  • ·         Charalkunnu
  • ·         Malayattur
  • ·         Kalpetta
  • ·         Thiruvambadi
  • ·         Malakkappara
  • ·         Vithura
  • ·         Ranipuram


Kerala beaches

Most stunning locations for both enthusiastic, as well as adventure travelers, always want to choose. The long lasting coastal area of beautiful Kerala, which located perfectly parallel to the Kerala landmarks one of the most beautiful attraction to experience. Every beach has its own specialty and importance, from top to bottom almost around more than 20 beaches are located in Kerala.

  • ·         Alappuzha Beach
  • ·         Chavakkad Beach
  • ·         Cherai Beach
  • ·         Bekal
  • ·         Kappad
  • ·         Kappkadavu
  • ·         Kollam Beach
  • ·         Kozhikode Beach
  • ·         Kovalam
  • ·         Meenkunnu Beach
  • ·         Muzhappilangad Beach
  • ·         Marari Beach
  • ·         Thekkumbhagom
  • ·         Shanghumugham Beach
  • ·         Snehatheeram Beach
  • ·         Payyambalam Beach
  • ·         Thirumullavaram Beach
  • ·         Varkala Beach
  • ·         Kannur Beach
  • ·         Payyoli Beach
  • ·         Somatheeram Beach


Kerala backwaters

The unique attractions in Kerala, Vembanad and Ashtamudi are the two stunning backwater locations which attract lots of travelers into the lap of Kerala. Alleppey is well known for backwaters and houseboat tours, one beautiful location for cute Romantic honeymoon packages in Kerala.


 Lying on the banks of Vembanad Lake and flourished with extreme flora and fauna. Due to the blessing of the canal system, it renowned as ‘Venice of the east' also has much more importance in the tourism field. ‘Ashtamudi' the ‘gateway of Kerala backwaters' exotic location to explore Kerala beauty. An eight-hour long journey between Kollam Alleppey houseboats rides one exotic journey for all travelers. And it is one famed waterway in Kerala too. Kollam beach, Thangassery lighthouse, Paravur Lake is other best exploration sites along with Ashtamudi in Kollam.

Rajasthan culture

Rajasthan has artistic and cultural traditions which mirror the historical Indian way of lifestyles. There is a wealthy and varied folk's lifestyle from villages that's regularly depicted as symbolic of the state. Rajasthan had a glorious history.

 It is recognized for many brave kings, their deeds; and their hobby in art and structure. Its call method "the land of the rajas". It was also referred to as Rajputana whose codes of chivalry shaped social mores simply as their regularly bitter and protracted feuding ruled their politics. Rajasthan, the land of Kings, has royal grandeur and an excellent history; it is a charming and fascinating nation of India. It is a tourism destination with lots of visitor points of interest and right traveler centers. This historical state of India draws tourists and travelers with its wealthy lifestyle, tradition, background, and monuments.

Rajasthan architecture

Rajasthan architecture, the key feature of Rajasthan tourism and it's a popular factor in Indian tourism industry too. There is list of places and also haves are flourished in Rajasthan and these are a feast for visitor's eyes.


  • ·         Amber Fort
  • ·         Barmer Fort
  • ·         Chittorgarh Fort
  • ·         Jaigarh Fort
  • ·         Jaisalmer Fort
  • ·         Mehrangarh Fort
  • ·         Nahargarh Fort
  • ·         Neemrana Fort Palace

And much more. Basically, Rajasthan is born and grows up during the shades of these attractions.

Thar Desert


The great Thar Desert located in the northwestern part of Indian subcontinent, and it's a major factor in India which possesses unique culture, lifestyle, tradition, and even language too. But it's really nice to experience these unique attractions. The desolate tract towns of Rajasthan consist of the golden city-Jaisalmer, crimson city-Jaipur, blue town-Jodhpur, Bikaner and town of lakes Udaipur. Amongst these desolate tract towns, Jaisalmer is known as the jewel of wasteland and famous for its top notch fort, camel safari, golden sand dunes and colorful way of life.

Rajasthan festivals


Both of these destinations are really fabulous, and each one has their own unique attractions. Can't say that one is much better than other…because both are really worth for tours and are budgeting too. Plan your more Stunning Kerala holiday packages along with Seasons India holidays and be a part of the lush green vegetation. Or else you can access Thrilling Kerala tour as well as Rajasthan tours with your availability.    

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

let’s take a break during the shades of greenish palms

Travelling - most cherishing and attractive habit of majority humans. Travel to attractive destinations, one of the wonderful dreams for every backpacker. There are so many attractions are flourished in our country, but India is so much popular in the name of Kerala. I just don’t get any word to explain the beauty Kerala. There are so much fun and attractions are awaits every travelers in Kerala, and you can relish together with the beauty of Kerala. The stunning Seasonz India one of the leading tour operators in Kerala, also they have branches in abroad too. We're always ready to assist you in your stunning Kerala holiday packages. You can make your journey with family, friends, colleges and other beloved members too. The journey with loving one is like by everyone and some other like single backpack trip too. Like any kind traveler Kerala is always ready to welcome you because it had diverse of attractions with at most beauty.

List of attractions in Kerala
• Kochi
• Idukky
• Alappuzha
• Kollam
• Trivandrum
• Kozhikode
• Kannur
• Kasargod
• Palakkad
• Wayanad

Traditional Cochin


The idyllic destination for enthusiastic travelers which you can make your journey with family, friends or even with your better half too. the destination always flourished with list of stunning attractions like fort Kochi, Mattancherry palace, Paradesi synagogue, St. Joseph church Kochi, Marine drive, Hill palace, Santa Cruz basilica, Indo Portuguese museum, Sri Poornathrayeesa temple, Kerala folklore museum, Ernakulum Shiva temple, Thrikkakkara temple, Fort Kochi beach, Mangalavanam bird sanctuary, Chinese fishing net, Jain temple and Cherai beach. There are lots of attractions are located in Kochi and it’s highly popular for pilgrim trips too. From the British colonial era, lots and lots of relics are located in Kochi which offers you one of the stunning and outstanding journeys too.


Misty hills of Idukky

Munnar is a town and hill station situated in the Idukky district, with an elevation of 1600 feet above from the sea level. The Name ‘Munnar’ refers ‘three rivers’ which are Madhirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly. The beauty of Munnar is beyond words and its stunning locations are just awesome. If you wanted to make an outstanding honeymoon packages in Kerala then Munnar is the best option. Rolling tea plantation hills and multicolor valleys are simply, the heaven of earth. It's gorgeous wildlife sanctuaries are something more than a picnic spot; it’s a home for endemic species of flora and fauna. Eravikulam National park, one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in the world is situated in Munnar and its popularity is so high. Anamudi is the other attraction, the highest peak in the great Western Ghats. Mattupetty dam, Pallivasal, Munnar tea museum and Chinnakanal are the other stunning locations in Munnar. The elegant Neelakurinji flowers are the most precious attraction of Munnar, the legendary flower blooms once in 12 years on the top of greenish mountains. We need to wait long 12 years for the arrival of blue blossoms. All these specialties put together Munnar one of the celebrated hill station in India.

Greenish land Alappuzha

Alappuzha is the Venice of the East and it is famous for its backwater tourism. The land is blessed with beautiful backwater and surrounding landscape. The backwater is a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Malabar Coast, and these are fine for visiting. Stunning houseboats are one of the usual visuals in Alappuzha, and its beauty is beyond our expectations. You can spend your valuable time with these houseboats which make your trip precious and interesting. Also you can enjoy the beautiful sunset and sunrise which are something our imagination level. So never forget to take an awesome trip into the beautiful land of green.

Gateway of kerala backwater Kollam


Ashtamudi Lake is the gateway of the Kerala backwaters, the lake which located in the Kollam district. In Ashtamudi different houseboats are available for travelers and you can select perfect one from it. The view of Ashtamudi Lake is just awesome and which are feast for visitors eye. Arches of the coconut trees are the outstanding visuals of the lake, also the beauty of sunset and sunrise visuals are beyond words. Traditional Kerala style spicy foods are one of the striking attractions in Ashtamudi. You can taste various traditional foods like Karimeen pollichathu, duck roast, prawns fry, prawn curry, crab curry, tapioca and kakka, puttu, appam and idiyappom etc. The backwater trip between Kollam and Alappuzha is one of the longest and attractive routes in Kerala. You can feel purity of water throughout the trip.

The capital and traditional Trivandrum


Ponmudi often called ‘the golden peak’ is a well known hill station. The place is located in the Trivandrum district and is a part of the Western Ghats. The climate is pleasant over the year so travelers can visit this place at any season. The atmosphere is perfect for honeymoons. A series of Stunning Kerala honeymoon packages are available related to this awesome location. The Ponmudi Mountain is the major tourist destination and its morning view is awesome. The location is perfect for trekking and hiking also. The precipice ranges support this amusement very well. Kallar and Meenmutty are the two major waterfalls located here and its milky and fresh water scenery is perfect for photography. Peppara wildlife sanctuary is located on the outskirts of Ponmudi and it is home for various wild lives like Asian elephants, sambar, leopards, lion-tailed macaques and Malabar grey hornbills.

Spices land Kozhikode


Kozhikode, one of the important districts in Kerala and it is closely related to history because the world famous Kappad beach near Kozhikode where the Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama landed. His journey establishes the sea route from Europe to India. Other attractive travelling spots in Kozhikode include Kozhikode beach, Valiyangadi market, Mananchira pond, Sweet Meat Street, Kuttichira mosque, Beypore Sea Bridge, Mavoor road, Sarovaram bio-park, Thali Shiva temple, Kirtads museum and Thusharagiri falls. All these destinations are more attractive. To describe this, it’s a difficult task because its beauty is beyond our expectation. If you wish to select a Kerala holiday package then never ignore Kozhikode. Because it is one of the eminent tourist destination in India.

Historic Kannur


The district Kannur is one of the gorgeous places and it contains various tourist destinations. The district situated in the Malabar region of Kerala state and it allowed with beaches, forts, mosques, temples etc. Main attraction is the St.Angelo fort, was built in 1505 by the Dom Francisco De Almeida the first Portuguese viceroy of India. Different beaches are other attraction in Kannur which include Payyambalam beach, Muzhappilangad drive-in beach, Meenkunnu beach and Choottaad beach etc. Arakkal museum is the museum devoted to Arakkal family, the single Muslim royal family in Kerala. The district which contains stunning lighthouses includes Cannanore lighthouse and Mount Dilly lighthouse. You can enjoy all these locations through an Exotic Kerala tour packages with price and it will be one of the unforgettable trips in your life.

Temple land Kasargod


Kasargod is one of the beautiful districts in Kerala and also called the land of lords and forts. The place which gifted with 9 beautiful rivers, hills, beaches, backwaters, temples, mosques, churches and forts. The world famous Bekal fort one of the largest forts in Kerala is situated 13km away from the Kasargod town. Another major attraction is Ananthapuram Lake Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Ranipuram wildlife sanctuary situated in the Kanhangad forest range and it having various species of plants and animals. Lots of dams and water reservoirs are also situated in the Kasargod district. To make one of the attractive Kerala holiday package and enjoy the beauty of Kasargod.

Rolling hills of Wayanad


Wayanad is just amazing and it always wears a greenish color due to the presence of Western Ghats. The land is located in the southern tip of the Deccan plateau with leading ecotourism activity. The district famous for the presence of natural resources and its exploitations. The major tourist destinations in Wayanad include Banasura Sagar dam, Pookode Lake, Chembra peak, Edakkal caves, wayanad adventure camp and Valliyoorkavu temple. All these renowned tourist destinations are included in the Kerala holiday package. Banasura sagar dam is the largest earth dam in India and the second largest of its type in Asia. Pookode Lake is a beautiful fresh water lake surrounded with evergreen forests and mountain slopes. Edakkal cave is a famous historical monument and it contains pictorial writings which represent the presence of prehistoric civilization. Chembra peak is the highest peak in Wayanad.

The scenic beauty Palakkad


As everyone knows that Palakkad is famous for its beauty. The green paddy fields and tall mountains are together creating Palakkad one of the excited tourist destinations in Kerala Palakkad fort is one of the well known forts in Kerala and it constructed by Hyder Ali of Mysore and it also called Tipu’s Fort. The Jainimedu Jain Temple is an important Jain pilgrim centre in Kerala. The Kalpathy one of the 21Agraharams of the Palakkad district situated on the banks of Kalpathy River. The village is famous for Kalpathy radholsavam an awesome temple festival. The Malampuzha dam and garden is a cool and popular destination, and it is a better place to spend time with family and friends. The Palakkad trip is a wonderful Kerala tour package with price and it suitable for everyone.

Best transportations to kerala

Kerala consist best transportation facility. Kochi, Trivandrum, Kozhikode and Kannur possess advanced flight services and major cities were all possess rail services too. National highways are also passes by Kerala and through traveler can make their journey easier too.