National Parks and Exotic Wildlife in the Western Ghats of Kerala
High Altitude Grasslands, Dark Evergreens, Thorny Scrub Jungles and more
Home to the richly diverse Periyar Tiger Reserve.
Just awesome - Wayanad!
A Getaway into wilderness - home to 250+ species of birds and many endagered species.
Soochipara in Muthanga sanctuary
Hills of Nelliampathy is famous for its plantation - tea, coffee, cardamom etc.
Munnar hill range is home to tea plantations and Eravikulam National Park
An enchanting hill resort with narrow winding pathways and cool, green environs with beautiful mountains
Among the 50 most attractive places to visit in India by National Geographic Traveller
With varied outdoor activities - boating on the lake, a rope bridge, trekking, mountaineering, biking
The highest peak in Wayanad hill ranges
Selected by National Geographic as the place to be at 6.00 PM
Serene backwaters of Kumarakom in the backdrop of Vembanad Lake
A day on the houseboats is a perfect to unwind into the nature.
Kuttanad backwaters of Alappuzha
In Kollam, is the largest freshwater lake in Kerala
Also known as Valiyaparamba backwaters, is a major attraction in Kasargod
The largest fort in Kerala built in 1650, with a scenic view of the coastline.
Shallow beach at Kovalam
In Kozhikode, where the Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama set his foot in Kerala
In Alappuzha famous for it's Alappuzha Beach Festival
Vizhinjam Beach in Thiruvananthapuram
Shores of Nattika Beach
Athirappilli Falls is the largest waterfall in Kerala
The cascade of milk near Kollam
Hanging bridge and the Thusharagiri Waterfalls in Kozhikode
The beautiful Meenmutty Falls near Neyyar Reservoir, Thiruvananthapuram.
Famous for the seven step waterfall
The three-tiered waterfall in Vellarimala, also called the Sentinel Rock Waterfalls