There is no denying that no other country can keep up with India as a tourist draw. As for Kerala, its potential for tourism has been recognized and is one of the state's boom industries.
With its strategic location at the south western tip of India, Kerala enjoys exceptional geographic features which have made it one of the most in-demand tourist destinations in Asia.
It boasts of natural endowments like soothing backwaters, tranquil beaches, enchanting waterfalls, historic monuments and spectacular artforms.
Independent travelers will also find the unspoiled environment and the vibrant culture of Kerala attractive. Its striking wildlife and year-round festivals are also major come-ons among tourists. Breathtakingly beautiful, the state is also among India's most advanced states.
It has the lowest infant mortality rate in all of India as well as a hundred percent literacy rate. Local inhabitants enjoy a high quality of life since the state has invested heavily on education, institutions of democracy and health care. Other than the rich natural and cultural heritage, Kerala also doesn’t fall short of social resources.
Kerala is situated on the Malabar Coast of southwest India. There are lots of things to do and see in Kerala. The natural scenery can make your feel like heaven and also it is termed as “God’s own country”. Kerala is comprised of various tourist spots such as Alleppey, Kochi, Kollam, Kumarakom, Pallakad, Munnar, Kozhikode and Thekkady.
These beautiful places of Kerala are famous for its serene surroundings, lush green hillstation, backwaters, exotic wildlife, and world famous beaches like Kovalam beach. The best time to visit Kerala is during winter for there are various beautiful places to see.