Attractions in Kerala

Kerala has become a prominent Tourist destination of India. Not only for people from other countries, but also people from different parts of India want to visit this beautiful presentation of Nature. This would be that one place where you can find beaches, hill stations, rivers and backwaters all in one single state. Tourism itself has various aspects here and the popular one being Ayurvedic Tourism among others related to Nature, Architecture, Culture, Arts, Photography and Heritage.

Fort Kochi

With the advent of Arabs, British, Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese; Kochi has become an enchanting city with eclectic influence. There are many historical and architectural sites in Kochi that attract tourists from across the world.


Ascend the winding roads of the Western Ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala to reach the ‘Kashmir of South India’, Munnar. With a pleasant climate all year around, beautiful lush green tea plantations, quiet roads, gurgling streams and friendly people, is it any wonder that it is such a popular honeymoon destination? Take long meandering walks with your loved one, sit by the streams and get immersed in the quiet stillness of the waters, push your endurance by climbing the slopes or just do what all tourists do – sightsee. Munnar tourism has something for everyone’s likes and no one ever leaves disappointed.


The land of Periyar river and the Periyar National park, is a must visit when in Kerala. The National Park that spreads across 300 square miles, is known for rich forests and wildlife and if lucky, we can also spot tigers


The largest waterfalls of Kerala and one among the highest in India is the beautiful Athirappilly. It is popular among both local and International tourists as the huge falls is wonder in itself.


Alleppey popular as ‘the Venice of the East’. Offering the best vacationer puts in Alleppey, this beguiling spot is the centre of Kerala’s backwaters and is home to an enormous system of backwaters and in excess of thousand houseboats. Prepare to meander around this little yet riotous downtown area and transport stand territory, with its unassuming network of waterways.


The less explored hill station of Kerala is known for its wildlife and whether and is the best kept secret of Kerala. With its beautiful waterfalls and historical caves


A unique beach destination where Arabian Sea continues to show her beauty against the black sand of Kovalam. Its not just home to the unique black beach


Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu is a coastal town and popular tourist destination that also happens to be the southernmost tip of India, thus also known as “The Land’s End.” It is surrounded by three seas, namely the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean, and is famous for beaches, tall coconut trees, forts, waterfalls and green hills. Explore the best places to visit in Kanyakumari, sandy beaches, stunning waterfalls, beautiful temples, and sturdy forts. Holidify offers a plethora of Kanyakumari travel packages that are suitable for all kinds of travellers.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary

The beautiful Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is located at Kumarakom in Kottayam district in Kerala. The sanctuary is situated on the banks of the Vembanad Lake in the enchanting backwaters of Kerala, which is why it is also known as the Vembanad Bird Sanctuary. Kumarakom is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Kerala as its home to many native as well as migratory birds. A wide range of rare birds make it an alluring place for birdwatchers. The sanctuary sees a lot of tourists all through the year and serves as an amazing place to get close to nature.