Known since ancient times and quoted by Roman chronicles and ancient travelers Kochi was the gateway to Kerala for many traders and was known as the…


Munnar lies about 120 kilometers from Ernakulam is perhaps Kerala’s most famous and most visited hill station. Rolling hills of tea, winding roads, gurgling..


Kumarakom lies on the eastern banks of the Vembanad Lake. A once non –descript, small town, today Kumarakom is known as the backwater capital of Kerala..


Alleppey lies 77 kilometres from Ernakulam Town and was during its heyday a commercial hub and became a major port of the erstwhile Travancore State…


Kovalam is Kerala’s best known beach destination. Once the exclusive preserve of hippies who moved south from a crowded Goa…


Thekkady is home to Kerala’s most visited wildlife sanctuary, the Periyar Tiger Reserve, set in an area of 777 sq. kms. Thekkady lies about..


Wayanad lies between east longitude 75′ 47 to 70’27 and north latitude 11’27 and 15 ‘ 58. The district is bounded on two sides..