Do you want to know Kerala? Join us to beautiful India to discover this corner of Asia called “The Land of the Gods”. Kerala is a wealthy and small federal state in southwest India. Geographically, it is divided into three regions: highlands or mountainous areas; The middle lands or hills; And lowland or coastal areas.
They say that Kerala is different from the rest of India, and that this state has the highest literacy rate and life expectancy in the country. On the other hand, their birth rate and infant mortality are the lowest in the Indian subcontinent. In addition, Kerala allocates more budget for health and education than any other state in the Indian Union, and has one of the highest quality literary and cinematographic productions in the country.
The Dance of Kathakali
If you want to know the most typical of the culture of the place, you can not miss the exotic dance show mallayalam. A mixture of theater and dance based on the great Indian epics, which mixes some expressive elements of yoga, and uses traditional ayurvedic methods in makeup. In them, the singers narrate ancestral legends all night in the beautiful Hindu temples. You should not miss it!
Spectacular tourist destination
Kerala is a very popular destination for tourists, both domestic and foreign. Among the main attractions are the beaches, especially Kovalam and Varkala. Beautiful!
If you prefer the mountain, Kerala has spectacular mountain resorts such as Ponmundi and Munnar, where you can enjoy spectacular views from its green hills, as well as discover beautiful waterfalls, streams and lakes.
Did you want more nature? Then enjoy the Periyar nature reserve and know firsthand the herds of elephants who live there in freedom. To make the most of the visit, enjoy a boat trip on the beautiful lake and enjoy the unique fauna and flora of the place.
In addition, Kerala houses an incredible network of channels called “backwaters” that form a river network of about two thousand kilometers. The beautiful canals of Kerala were essential for transportation and now they are for tourism. Would you like to travel?
Cochin and Ernakulam
Do not forget to visit these two towns, which surround one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Most of the historic sites are in Fort Cochin, an amalgam of Portuguese, Dutch and English colonial buildings along the Malabar coast.
Would you like to visit Kerala? Everyone who goes, repeats the experience. Without doubt, it is a place that has much to offer and never ends discovering.