Coorg is a peaceful town in South Karnataka surrounded by Western Ghats. It is famous for coffee & spice plantations, panoramic sights and varied wildlife. ‘Kodavas’ are the tribal people at Coorg and are popularised as warrior people. Coorg is one of the highest producers of Coffee in India and in season the whole area smells like a coffee shop. Dubare Elephant training camp is also nearby and it offers a nice experience to the visitors. Leopards, gaurs, bears, peacocks, and partridges are also seen in the surrounding forests. (more…)
Kerala is a renowned land of art, culture and architectural monuments visited by a large number of people to explore the history and gather the knowledge. The ancient houses in Kerala are the momentous examples of Kerala architectural brilliance and beauty. (more…)
Kerala is well known as ‘God’s own country’ and a beautiful land of beaches, backwaters, hills, valleys, mountains and waterfalls. Waterfalls are loved by the tourists in large and the site has lot of fun in store for them. People can enjoy trekking and rock climbing on the way to the waterfall. The magnificent sight of water cascading down through the rocky path remains with people for long. Twenty two eminent waterfalls are there in Kerala State and they are the base of the waterfalls tourism in Kerala state. (more…)
‘God’s own country’ – Kerala is a renowned land of beaches, valleys, hills, mountains, backwaters and adventurous outing options like paragliding, mountaineering, trekking, surfing, canoeing and cycling. These factors turn Kerala the most wanted place for holidays by the people all over the world. (more…)
Munnar is a beautiful hill station in Idukki district of Kerala state. It is well known as a picturesque tea town and spread across an area of 557sq.km in the south Western Ghats. Munnar is a land of hills, mist, waterfall, valleys, streams, tea plantations, rare flora and fauna which provides a lot of different experience to the travellers in a single place. It is at a height of 1800Mts above the sea level and is in Devikulam Taluk, the largest Panchayat in Kerala. Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala rivers meet here which is a reason of this place being called as Munnar. ‘Moonu’ means ‘three’ and ‘Aru’ means river in local language. British people used to spend their summer vacation here at the time of their rule in India. Neelakurinji (Strobilanthus), which blossoms once in twelve years, covers the whole valley in violet colour and people from distant lands gather here to capture the amazing sight.