Located in the southwestern tip of India, Thiruvananthapuram is bound by the Arabian Sea in the west and Tamil Nadu in the east. Named after Anantha Padmanabha or Lord Vishnu, the city is home to many ancient temples. But the landmark is the Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple around which the city has been built on seven low hills. The wooded highlands of the Western Ghats in the eastern and northeastern borders give Thiruvananthapuram some of the most enchanting picnic spots. A long shoreline with internationally renowned beaches, historic monuments, backwater stretches and a rich cultural heritage make this district a much sought-after tourist destination. Clean and green, Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala is one of the most beautiful cities in the country.
A massive rocky promontory on the beach has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing.
The backwaters have a unique ecosystem: freshwater from the rivers meets the seawater from the Arabian Sea.
Kerala hill stations for the fresh mountain air and not just a lot to see but also loads of adventure sports
Enjoy this roaring beauty from various vantage points or trek to its bottom for incredible views. The lush green splendor
An idyllic hill station, Ponmudi is located 915 m above U sea level. One of the very few hill resorts situated close to the sea,
where the Veli Lake meets the Arabian Sea, offers boating facilities. Pedal boats and paddle boats can be hired to explore
Fringed by headlands that rise steeply above the shore, Kovalam Beach is almost completely covered by coconut palms.
This serenely beautiful destination along India's western coast is an important Hindu pilgrimage centre.
Part of the Sahyadri range of mountains Agasthyakoodam, at a height of 1,890 m above sea level" is the second highest peak
The very sound of the word Thekkady conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice-scented plantations.
Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. 1,600 m above sea level,
Celebrated for its mythical links to the Hindu Epic Ramayana, The huge rock at Chadayamangalam takes