Leisure travel is at its best in Kerala.

The South-west state of India, Kerala enjoys all the blessings of nature – a long coastline, mountain stretches, meandering rivers, stunning water falls, dense forests, surf washed beaches, and dazzling monsoon. Today, it is one the fastest – growing tourism destinations in the world. Travellers come here, drawn by its unmatched natural beauty, its rich culture, its Ayurvedic treatments and its fabulous resorts

You can lurk in the tranquil waves of the golden beaches of coastal Kerala, and dance to the tune of the nature’s symphony, or simply watch the day pass by in the luxurious river boats of the unique backwaters. Far from the maddening crowd, you can forget the pressures back home; in unadulterated ayurvedic massages. You can pep your body with a couple of martial kalari steps. You can do away with years of fatigue with complete rejuvenation therapy, in the all natural way.

Kerala herself resembles a museum in which it preserves history in the form of deserted caves, heritage landmarks, sites of ancient human habitation etc., which turns the pages of the history back by five thousand years. Coupled with this antiquity, here are lofty signs catching out eyes and assertion.

What they say about Kerala..

  • One of the 50 must see destinations of a lifetime – “National Geographic Travel”
  • One of the 10 paradises of the World – “National Geographic Travel”
  • One of the 100 great trips for the 21st century – “Travel and Leisure”
  • One of the ten love nests in India – “Cosmopolitan”
  • One of the six destinations of the millennium – “The Khaleej Times”.
  • State of Enlightenment status accorded to Kerala Tourism – “National Geographical Traveler”
  • It is truly God’s Own Country – “Sir Paul McCartney, former Beatle”.
  • Afoot and afloat, Kerala is worth the journey – “Time”.
  • Where India flows at a relaxed pace – “The New York Times”.
  • One of the ten hot spots for the millennium – “Emirates In-flight Magazine