Gods own country
Kerala is blessed with a unique set of geographical features that have made it one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia. Flanked on the west by the Arabian Sea, on the east by the towering Western Ghats, and on the north by 44 interconnected rivers, Kerala is surrounded by the Arabian Sea, the Western Ghats, and on the south by the Western Ghats. Long expanses of quiet beaches, serene stretches of emerald backwaters, verdant hill stations, and unique animals are just a few of the treasures that await you on the other side. Furthermore, each of these wonderful sites is only a two-hour drive apart – a unique benefit that no other location on the earth can match.
Kerala is a tropical land where one can rest and be at ease, with a nice and equable climate throughout the year. Summer (February-May) and the Monsoons (June-September and October-November) are the seasons that are most noticeable here, whereas Winter is merely a modest reduction in temperature from the typical range of 28-32°C. Our visitors enjoy the generally mild climate that prevails here.