Kerala - At a glance

Kerala has equable climate, natural abundance of forests, and the cool monsoon season...

Kerela has a 600 km long shoreline dotted with some of the finest, most charming beaches of the world, coconut groves,  natural harbors, lagoons and sheltered coves.  All of it as peaceful as the rest of the land, washed by the pleasant tropical sun and as pristine as ever.

The palm-lined beaches of kerala are renowned for the gentle surf and azure blue waters. To this add a delectable seafood cuisine, a smiling sun and frendly people to make an unforgetable holiday. Each year greater numbers of visitors arrive here in search of the tranquil, palm fringed beaches.

Hill stations and Waterfalls in Kerala

When the heat is on in the plains and when it is time to get away to peace and tranquility, drift into the land that time has forgotten - Munnar. This nature lover’s paradise was once the summer capital of the British Government in South India.

Munnar (Munnar - Three, aar - river) is situated at a height of 1600 mt above sealevel in the confluence of three mountain streams - Mattupetty river, Kannimala river and Nallathanny river. These three combine to form the Muthirapuzha river. The nature is at her best in Munnar.

Round the year moderate climate, the mist clad hills, evergreen forests, exotic wild life, vast expanse of tea plantations, picture book towns, placid lakes, roaring and gurgling wild streams, the dazling water falls ... the list of pleasent experiences in Munnar is unending.

Athirapally and vazhachal

Athirappalli and Vazhachal, the two scenic and popular waterfalls onthe edge of the Sholayar forest ranges are just 5 km apart. The AthirappalliFalls joins the Chalakkudy river after plummeting down a drop of 80 feet.

Vazhachal is part of the Chalakkudy river. Both the waterfalls, their cool, misty waters cascading down in the backdrop of thick green forest and rocky terrain, are a scintillating experience to visitors.