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Kerala Travel & Tourism Guide

Kerala is a green strip of land, in the South West corner of Indian peninsula. It is a purified world in Kerala, the land of trees. A big, spreading tree purifies as much air as a room air-conditioner. And the former is never switched off. The prolific, bustling, vegetation acts like a massive, biological, air-filtration plant working round the clock, round the year. Hence spending days in Kerala countryside is as if spending in an air- purified environ; some times better than it. So is the rejuvenating effect of the lush greenery of the state.

The wanton growth of trees makes Kerala a herbarium. Monsons in this part of India stretches for more than four months and provide a wonderful place for growth and survival of various species. Thus, when you come to visit Kerala, away from the hustle and bustle of city life, you can feel yourself breathing fresh purified air.

Another face of Kerala that the guests to this state can't resist are the merging rivers which crosses the state like an integral part of its anatomy. Besides, the water bodies tucked away in thick forests are only enhancing the amazing beauty of the state. Overall, Kerala has been blessed by gods wonderful gifts and is rightly called 'Gods Own Country'.

Location : Souhern Tip of India.

Language : Malayalam;English is widely spoken.

Climate : Tropical.

Best Time To Visit : The best time to visit is August to March, where the air bracing and on some morning there is a light mist.

How to Reach :
By Air
Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of the state, is very well connected to all major airports in India like Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai. Kochi and Calicut are other two airports connected from air to other cities in India.
By Road
Road traveling in Kerala is much smoother because of the good condition of he roads. Also state is connected with other parts of South India by a number of National Highways. Major modes of road transport are buses, tourist taxis, cars, and local taxis and autos.
By Rail
With around 200 railway stations, it is another convenient mode of traveling in Kerela. Railways connect most of the places in the state to places in the other parts of the country and inside the state. Long-distance express trains connect to almost all places outside the state like Mumbai, New DelhiThe state of Kerala is a narrow strip located along Arabian Sea in the southernmost tip of Indian Peninsula. The natural backwaters have given birth to internal water , Chennai, and Kolkata
Tourist Attractions:
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, St. Francis Church, Cochin, Dutch Palace (Mattancherry Palace), Cochin, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Trivandrum, Puthenmalika (Kuthiramalika) Palace, Trivandrum.