Welcome to Kerala....
Once you have visited this beautiful land, known by the name "God's Own Country", its sure that you will fancy your chances at visiting this beautiful place once again in your life. Kerala has a lot to offer to the vastly expanding tourism industry in India. Each and every district in Kerala has it's own unique culture and characteristics. One major aspect of the Kerala's rich cultural heritage is manifest in its varieties of religious architecture: ancient Hindu temples with copper-clad roofs, later Islamic mosques with "Malabar gables," and colonial Portuguese Baroque churches. Splendid paintings, especially murals, exhibit distinct local traditions and styles. Kerala is the flourishing center of the Kathakali dance form. Kerala also boasts of a a rich theatre tradition. The only surviving Sanskrit drama, Kootitiyattamy, is still being performed by the Chakkiars of Kerala. Some principles of the Natya Shastra are evident in their presentations.
Kerala has been a major center of toursit attraction in India for many reasons. One major reason is the freshness that surrounds the air, which is less polluted by the modernisation and urbanisation.The other one is the scenic beauty of Kerala which cannot be expressed in words. Such is the natural beauty of Kerala, that once you visit this land, its for sure that you would once again fancy your chances of visiting this small and beautiful state.
Kerala has a lot to offer to the tourists. The attractions of Kerala includes the beaches of Kerala, hill stations of Kerala, backwaters of Kerala and many more. Apart from these there are many places of interest which are capable of drawing a large number of tourists and nature lovers to Kerala.