Crunched between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Kerala Tourism juggles between its wild and laid-back temperament.
On the east, with the serpentine hills of Munnar blanketed by tea plantations and the mystical jungles of Periyar, Valparai and Eravikulum, the coastal state breaks you away from the hustle of an urban life into the adventure of being out in the wild – living in tree houses, dining near rivers, riding elephants, bathing in waterfalls and rappelling down hills.
On a more laid-back and culturally-infused west, Kerala Tourism offers the coveted luxury of simply sitting back and relaxing – floating on a houseboat in its backwaters, indulging in an ayurvedic massage, watching Kathakali performances, visiting its diverse art galleries and getting lost in the sweet tunes of Carnatic music.
One never has to find luxury in the things to do in Kerala, because everything at once is unique and copious, never giving you anything less than God’s Own Country would promise.
Best Time To Visit Kerala:
The monsoon season, between June and August, is the best time to experience the lush green landscape of this tropical state.