Gods Own Country: Kerala

It’s called God’s own country for the natural beauty of its landscape, its glorious heritage, delectable cuisine and highly literate society. Kerela, in all its emerald splendour, is certainly a glowing gem in India’s cultural crown. White seagulls glide gracefully overhead and the emerald countryside is filled with gently swaying coconut trees that line the blue and green backwaters in neat alluring rows. Indeed, Kerala gets its name from ‘kera’ meaning coconut. It’s not hard to see why the locals revere the coconut tree. Kerala promises begins to seep into your soul. An ideal haunt for the discerning traveller, here are six experiences that will help you relax and unwind in blissful harmony.

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