Colorful Kerala is an enchanting kaleidoscope full of breathtaking surprises. This legendary land, is believed to be a special creation of the god Vishnu. History of the State can be traced from 5000 BC People swim in Kerala in search of spices, sandalwood and ivory for at least the last 2000 years. The land of lagoons and beaches, Kerala - if created customized paradise. The place is replete with coconut palms, broad sandy beaches, endless blankets of lush vegetation and mist obscures the mountains. In Kerala, the exotic landscape unfolds a cultural canvas, breathtaking in its diversity. Visit this tiny fertile land and friendly show full palette of deep inner culture, traditions and delightful sensations.
Kerala - the land of Ayurveda:
The excellent climate of Kerala, endless forests, rich in herbs and plants that are used in medicine has everything to attract tourists who want to contemplate not only pacified the beauty of nature, but also healthier. If you want to devote a part of your stay here, we do encourage you to choose from various treatment and rejuvenation.
Backwaters of Kerala :
Backwaters of Kerala are a network of connected channels, lakes, rivers and streams. This labyrinthine system is composed of more than 900km of waterways. This web of waterways is known as the Marshes in Kerala. These waterways have the unique nature and have no analogues anywhere else in the world. Fresh Water Rivers mix with seawater from the Arabian Sea in the swamps in Kerala. These marshes are self-sustaining ecosystem, teeming with aquatic life. There are many varieties of aquatic animals and birds that live in marshes and beside them.
Houseboat of Kerala:
Today Cruise the waterways of Kerala in a luxury houseboat is the most enchanting holiday experience in India. In a world of gifted beauty, you will see the ancient Chinese fishing nets, water lilies, vast paddy fields and villages of coco fiber, rustic homes, temples and coconut groves. Tourist trip deep into the swamp bring great pleasure and will show you some interesting facts about the life of local village people. There is a Kerala that lives along these swamps, with its own unique culture. For you as a visitor in Kerala it can be incredibly diverse and unusual experience just floating in the swamps in the craft of the country.
Traditionally, floating houses called Kettuvallams, which means boat made of forest products. It may sound unbelievable, but nail is not used in the construction of Kettuvallam. Wooden planks Jack wood fastened a rope from the fibers of a coconut tree and then covered with black resin made from boiled cashew nut shells. These homes are well equipped: bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a deck for sunbathing, room - dining room and kitchen. In the royal kitchen, we prepare delicious Kerala food. Two boatmen and experienced chef will be your escort on a trip. In order to make your trip more comfortable, we have provided homes with electric lighting and air conditioned. When this palace glides along the vast
The name "Kovalam" speaks for itself. It is translated as grove of coconut palms and justifying the name of the village opened endless coconut trees. Crescent-shaped beach is divided into three parts. South Beach - Beach lighthouse, the most popular part. This is an amazing view on the mosque Vizinjiam. North - Samudra beach and quiet times, it seems impossible to feel. Central - Havah - buzzes in the morning, when the fishermen goes to sea. Ledge high cliffs and quiet bay of blue water on a moonlit night - this beach paradise of rare beauty like watercolor. Emerald water and favorable climate make Kovalam a place suitable for year-round beach holiday. The sea is peaceful and small. You can visit any Ayurvedic massage center and enjoy a revitalizing herbal, toning massage and holistic therapy.
Marari Beach - is more than the endless expanses of sand and waves. Marari Beach Cottages are made in the style of the houses of local fishermen, whose roof is covered with palm leaves, with a small pool to wash the feet of the yard. The cows nibble the grass in a coconut Lagoon, as they do in countless local villages. Along with the usual procedures with the use of cosmetics plant, you'll see a little pig in the Village Spice, made of soapstone and wood used by local women in order to make their skin soft and radiant.