Everything you need to know about familiar and lesser-known tourist destinations in Kerala.
The trek from Pampa to the ‘sannidhanam’ of the temple, which is dedicated to Lord Ayyappa, is both exhilarating and transcendent.
History has it that gold was found in Malabar during the era before Christ and that was the time when fine particles of gold glittered in the river waters gushing out from the verdant forest.
An eerie silence envelops the verdant forest that is dotted by steep climbs.
The traveller is sure to fall in love with the road that diverges from the usual route and presents him with eyeful of sights and novelties.
The pictures of sunset at Kakkathuruthu were included in the list of 24 photographs taken at some of the most attractive places in the world.
If you want to put your feet up and be away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Kadamakkudy is the perfect destination for you.
A few years ago, the state Tourism Department took over the Munnar Raj Bhavan and converted it into a government guest house.
Not many are aware about the glory days of Tipu’s military, the history of Palakkad streets and farmers, and the past of Palakkad that boasts of a collage of Tamil and Andhra cultures.
Regular travellers on the Pathanamthitta-Gavi route usually see not more than five-six bison.
This is a great getaway if you want to spend quality time with your family members or friends and it is pretty easy to reach this enthralling destination.