Kerala is located on the Malabar Coast of India and known for its scenic beauty spread across the state. The culture of the state is really rich and there are a lot of interesting spots and places that attract the domestic as well as international tourists from all over the world. It is a south Indian state, with cute and simple South Indian people, living a simple life style. Kerala is considered as the state with the highest literacy rate in India. It is bordered by Karnataka in the north east and Tamil Nadu in the South.
When it comes to Kerala tourism, then you will be having a long list to complete within a short span of your trip. You can go for Elephant bathing in Kodanad, or you can go for sightseeing in Eravikulam National Park. Kerala tourism packages include sightseeing of the number of historical monuments, booking of a five star luxury and enjoying its facilities, and dining in one of the top most rated restaurants in the state. The pleasure of perfect living and roaming in the nearby areas can really add a great charm to the visit of this state.
Kerala is known as the “Land of Spices”, since the cuisine here, is hot and tangy. The dishes are traditionally served on a banana leaf, and the dishes always include a tinge of coconut. The tangy tomato soup, Appam, Puttu and Sadya are some of the famous dishes of Kerala. Kerala is famous for its variety of chips, such as Banana chips, Tapioca chips, Jackfruit chips and many more. These delicious dishes and the way of their serving provides a perfect experience of being on the land with a wonderful culture where they really value it.
Kerala is more into festivals and traditions. The festivals celebrated here are colourful and vibrant. The Onam Festival celebrated during the holy month of Chingam is considered to be the home coming time of the king Mahabali. Festivals Theyyam festival and Vishu Festival are also celebrated with joy and burning of fireworks. The people here are always ready to enjoy various festivals and add the guest with them in the celebration.
The dress code for men includes a white Dhoti and Kurta. And for women it is traditional white sari with a Golden border. The women usually wear Gajras around their perfectly tied buns that makes them look elegant with a perfect style. Here one can find a deep impression of culture in all the ways, means and activities of the people. People here love flowers and coconut and hence, in a number of ways they use flowers as well as coconut.
Kerala is a perfect place for the honeymooners as well. The state gives out romantic vibes, when you visit places like the Kerala backwaters. Vagamon and Wayand are some of the perfect honeymoon destinations in Kerala. You can enjoy the scenic beauty of the hill as well as the lush greenery near the lake that can add a great charm to the trip.