Kerala, God’s own country is an Indian state located on the Malabar Coast of south west India. Spreading across the area of 38,863 sq km it is wedged between the Arabian Sea to the west and the Western Ghats on east. It is bordered with other famous south India states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Thiruvananthapuram is the capital city of Kerala with Kochi and Kozhikode are the major cities of the state. Geographically Kerala is roughly divided into three climatically distinct regions which include the eastern highlands with rugged and cool mountainous terrains, the central midland of rolling hills and western lowlands covered with coastal plains. The climate of Kerala is mainly wet and tropical which is heavily influenced by the seasonal heavy rains brought by the monsoon.
Great topography and pleasant climatic conditions bestowed Kerala with rich repertoire of natural beauty that comprises misty mountains, serene lakes, gushing rivers, network of backwaters, and a vast shoreline. It is natural for Kerala to be a home to the exotic flora and fauna and shelter various endangered wildlife species. The numerous wildlife sanctuaries and animal reserve add even more charm to the beauty of the state. The monsoon season begins from June to September and it is better to avoid these months for spending holidays in Kerala. The summer months are between February to May and winters are between October to January. Best time to visit Kerala is during August and September for tourism purposes and between June and July for ayurvedic treatments for which Kerala is renowned in the world.
Every year Kearla attract vast number of travelers across the globe. A cruise on the backwaters of Kerala, houseboat stays, the beauty of sunset at the Kovalam beach, boating at Thekkady Lake or trekking at the highlands of Kerala , visit to the wildlife sanctuaries of Kerala, Aromatic tea and spice plantations of Munnar going to be the life time experience for its visitors.