Tour Kerala

Malabar Coast and Rain Forests: The north of Kerala, where Vasco Da Gama landed many centuries back, has had a lot of foreign influence, since. Closeby, are the evergreen forests of Neelambur and Vythiri. Stay in Tree Houses, House-boats in the Backwaters, and old Taravad style motels.
Hinduism and Traditions: Trichur and Gurvayoor, the heartland of Hinduism in The South. Temple festivals with elephant participating, are common.
The Backwaters: Cochin, the starting point, is a vibrant old city with plenty of Jewish, Dutch and Portugese influence still visible. The backwaters stretch for over 100 kms., dotted with quaint villages and narrow narrow canals.
Wildlife & Hill-stations: Thekaddi is a famous Elephant reserve; wildlife viewing is done in boats, on the Periyar Lake. Munnar, Tea gardens.
The Coastline: Varkala near Quilon, Kovalam near Trivandrum, and Kanyakumari the southern most tip of India – also,the confluence of three oceans.

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