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14 destinations to explore in Kerala

Kerala, known by the tagline “God’s Own Country” is a coastal state in the south western region of India. The state is bordered by a number of beaches in the west, covered by hills of Western Ghats on the east, and filled with backwaters.

Alappuzha10 attractions

Land of Backwaters, canals and lagoons. Commonly called as "Venice of the East"

Ernakulam27 attractions

Forts, backwaters, museums- the financial hub of Kerala.

Idukki31 attractions

Into the clouds. Hill stations, waterfalls, tea plantations, high altitude peaks.

Kannur21 attractions

Forts, temples, beaches and wildlife sanctuaries and a long history of spice trade.

Kasaragod14 attractions

The land of twelve rivers, of forts and "Theyyam"

Kollam9 attractions

The Kollam district has a cross section of Kerala's natural attributes. It is endowed with a longer coatstline

Kottayam7 attractions

The land of panoramic paddy fields, highlands, hills, hillocks, rubber plantations.

Kozhikode11 attractions

Where Portugese, and the colonial era landed.

Malappuram7 attractions

Remarkable for its eventful history and natual beauty.

Palakkad6 attractions

Largest district in Kerala which shareing its borders with Tamilnadu

Pathanamthitta3 attractions

Headquarters of Pilgrimage tourism in Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram14 attractions

Home to many palaces, forts and wealthy temples. The center of administrations for the state of Kerala.

Thrissur13 attractions

Thrissur is the cultural capital of Kerala situated in the central part of the state

Wayanad20 attractions

Ancient caves and carvings, tea plantations, cool climate.

Map of destinations in Kerala