Enjoy the remarkable geographical features of one of the safest regions of India which is also called ‘God’s Own Country’. Kerala, the land of kera or coconut, is a never-ending array of coconut palms, fascinating beaches, magnificent backwaters, cool monsoon showers, silent valleys dwelling flora and fauna, hazy ridges of the Western Ghats, aroma of spices and art forms like Kathakali and Mohini Attam are the major attractions of this paradise state in India and Ayurvedic wellness & exotic cuisines are the other most popular things to try.
The year-long moderate climate makes this fully literate state a year-round destination. Kerala is India's cleanest state and also famous for ecotourism initiatives which include mountaineering, trekking and bird-watching programmes in the Western Ghats as the major activities.
The long lasting strip of hills and valleys covered with dense forests give rise to the rivers flowing in the state, there are 44 rivers in the state out of which 41 originate from the Western Ghats and merge into the Arabian Sea. Only three tributaries of the river Cauvery originate in Kerala and flow east into the neighbouring States. These rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats either abandon themselves in to the backwaters or directly into the Arabian Sea.
The backwaters are the most attracting feature of the state. Canals interlinked with lakes and backwaters to facilitate a continuous inland water navigation system from Thiruvananthapuram to Vadakara, a distance of 450 kms. The Vembanad Lake stretching from Alappuzha to Kochi is the largest water body in the state. Kuttanad in Alappuzha district alone has more than 20 per cent of India's total length of waterways.
Some of the most popular tourists’ attractions in Kerala are-
Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Idukki, Ernakulam, Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Kannur and Kasaragod.
Kerala is well connected via roads and interstate waterways, but one can reach Kerala from distant places via airways and railways.
Kerala has three international airports and all are serviceable Trivandrum International Airport, Cochin International Airport and Calicut International Airport.
Many trains like Shatabdi runs from New Delhi to Kerala. The major railway stations in Kerala are- Thiruvananthapuram Central (TVC) is the largest railway station in the state, Ernakulam Junction (South) (ERS), Kozhikode (CLT), Shornur Junction (SRR), Palakkad Junction (PGT), Kollam Junction (QLN), Kannur (CAN), Thrissur Railway Station (TCR), Ernakulam Town (North)(ERN), Alappuzha railway station(ALLP), Kottayam (KTYM) Kayamkulam Junction (KYJ) and Chengannur (CNGR).
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