From the exotic to the serene! Kerela is a part of South India, with a culture complete unlike the rest of the country. With more than 600 kilometers of sea coast with the Arabian Ocean, this is truly a peace-loving traveler's ideal destination. Kerela also happens to be the most literate state of India, famous for culture, exotic dancing styles, coconuts, its unique cuisine, its backwater, mountains and clothing.
Many areas of Kerela were under autonomous rule during the British Rule, making this region rich in history and culture. This region is often known as "God's Own Country" owing to the natural beauty of it. In ancient times, the Dutch, the Chinese, the Portuguese, the Arabs and finally the British were attracted to the Western Ghats of Kerala for its exotic spices; even today, millions of travelers flock here to experience the beautiful scenery, the food and the different tourist sites, including the coastal village of Kovalam, the houseboats of Alleppey, the Mattancherry Palace of Kochi, the Kumarakum Bird Sanctuary and the Museum of History and Heritage of Thiruvananthapuram.