10 Must Visit Interesting Museums in Kerala

Most tourists are curious to know something about the cultural background of a place; for them a visit to a Museum is desirable. In Kerala, most of the cities have a museum to preserve and exhibit the way of living of the early generations and the kings who ruled over them. The rich traditional arts…

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12 Famous Historical Monuments Of Kerala

Kerala, with the abundant historical landmarks¬† and monuments grabs the attention of domestic as well as foreign tourists. Colonialism and foreign invasion has left a lot of landmarks in the lap of this small state. Kerala is indeed a paradise with lush greenaries interspersed with rich and unique landmarks. The magnificent forts, palaces and architectural…

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6 Popular Trails for Trekking in Kerala

Kerala is blessed¬† with tropical forests and green misty mountain ranges. And to walk through them enjoying the flora and fauna …is simply breathtaking (and can make you little breathless too!). This article provide different trails for Trekking in Kerala Trekking is one of the most popular adventure activities you can do while visiting Kerala.…

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Top 7 Scenic Rivers in Kerala

There are 44 rivers in Kerala mostly originating in the Western Ghats as rivulets, later joined by tributaries to grow into large rivers and flowing westwards ending up in the Arabian Sea or in the famous backwaters of Kerala. Some of these are great rivers worth the name, but quite a lot are big streams…

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7 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Kerala

Athirappilly waterfalls

Kerala’s forests are punctuated with small and large streams that merge together to form luscious waterfalls. The swishing and whooshing sound of the flowing stream add to the charm. These coaxes just about anyone to spend hours just gazing at the mesmerizing beauty of the beautiful waterfalls. You will feel the presence of that eternal…

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6 Must See Tourist Places in Calicut

Kozhikode Beach

Calicut was the capital of Malabar in the north of Kerala when Zamorins ruled. It was the Spice Capital and very prosperous. This attracted¬† foreigners who found the rulers friendly and tolerant. The Arabs were the first to arrive. They were followed by Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and finally the British. The rivalry between them resulted…

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