My place is close to a stone’s throw away from the Indo Portuguese Museum, Beach, Chinese fishing nets, Dutch Cemetery, St Francis Church etc, this Dutch Colonial style building aims at providing a homely atmosphere to its guests in a Star environment.This beautifully renovated mansion set in serene surrounding ,with greenery all around,which would mesmerize your senses and make your stay a My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families, & big groups..
The main cities of Kerala are:
Besides these cities with immense tourist sightseeing, some other destinations in Kerala are the Bekal Fort — a massive coastal Portuguese fort in north Kerala Kerala Backwaters — stretching across central Kerala, a must-try experience
Kerala has 650 km of coastline and numerous beaches. Some of the more notable are:
Kovalam Beach near Trivandrum has a good bathing area, clean environment and plenty of accommodation. This was a centre of Hippy counter-culture in sixties, and is today well known for hedonistic beach parties.
Varkala Beach in Thiruvananthapuram district - A long cliff makes the beach more natural (no restaurant behind you). It is long beach with natural springs from the cliff.
Alapuzha Beach and Kollam Beach are both well known for beach sports and tournaments.
Cherai Beach near Kochi city has a large sand beach.
Kozhikode Beach is where Vasco da Gama first landed in India, marking the start of European colonisation and the Age of Discovery.
Muzhappilangadu near Kannur A long drive in beach in Kannur district with lush greenery around. This beach has a naturally clean and closely packed sand which makes it drivable. Beach is very long 4-5 km and is a pleasant place to spend time. Lots of adventure activities like para gliding/ para sailing etc. are arranged in this beach regularly.
Historical monuments of Kerala are
The Palaces at Sree Padmanabhapuram located 30 km from Trivandrum are the largest Palaces ever constructed from wood and granite in India. Recently in news for the vast treasures unearthed here that are centuries old. This was the Royal Headquarters of Travancore until early 20th century.
The Hill Palace in Kochi, houses more than 200 artifacts including the hugely valuable Cochin Crown as well as other rare Crown Jewels.
The forts at Bekal, Palakkad and Thalassery date from the pre-British Raj era.
The Cherman Perumal Mosque at Kodungallor is the world's second oldest intact mosque and houses many rare artifacts.
Kerala was the first state to formally embrace the eco-tourism concept in South Asia, and has made considerable strides in this respect.
Akkalum Tourist Village in Trivandrum is set in a very clean and green environment. There is a floating bridge and beautiful landscaped gardens. Many famous statues and sculptures dot the area.
Thenmala Eco-Tourist Village in Kollam is the first such place in India, with an intense focus on the natural environment. Exhibits include 27 rare trees, a butterfly garden, nature trail, a deer park, lotus garden, jasmine garden, many sculptures and a large musical fountain. Adventure sports, trekking, boating and fishing are soem of activities offered.
Kumbalangi Model Village for Sustainable Tourism near Kochi was once a sleepy fishing village. Today it is a popular visitor atraction with a planned focus on sustainability. There are many small homestays where visitors can interact with locals, understand their lifestyle, go fishing, learn recipes etc.
We arrange tours to all the above destinations. Besides, these we arrange pilgrimage tours to Guruvayur, Chottanikara, Poornathrayesa temples. Tours to destinations outside Kerala like visit to Madurai Temples, Ooty, Mudumalai, Masinagudi, Mysore Palace, Hassan, Bangalore Hospet, Hampi, Udupi, Goa.