Kerala

BREATHTAKING KERALA

44 rivers. A vast network of lakes. Over 1500 kms of labyrinthine canals. Annual Snake boat races. Over 300 species of birds. Floating markets. And so much more.

Visit the land they call God’s Own Country, Kerala.

Go Shopping

You could shop.
From antiques, artefacts, handicrafts to furniture, Kerala is a shopoholic’s paradise.

Backwater Cruise

Ease India Travel explored the Mattancherry backwaters on a ferry on a sultry November morning. As the sky cleared, we were able to capture the stunning beauty of the backwaters of the Malabar Coast, the churches and temples that dot the landscape, the famous Chinese Fishing nets and the crisscrossing water bodies.

Go Road Tripping this Monsoon

The monsoon is one of the most magical times of the year in many parts of India, especially in the South and South West of the country where the rain thunderously inundates every pore of Mother Nature.

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7 unique places for sightseeing in Kerala

Kerala is one of the most beautiful states in the South of India, making it a popular holiday destination for travellers of all age groups. Sightseeing in Kerala is peppered with luxury, adventure, romance and a big dollop of fun! Whether you are looking for a laid back vacation with your partner, or wanting to take your kids to an experiential holiday, Kerala will surprise you with its sheer variety of offerings. If sightseeing in Kerala is your agenda, start planning your trip with these 7 unique things to see and do on a holiday in Kerala. Read more

7 Famous Temples in Kerala You Must Visit

Temples in Kerala are a sight to behold and no trip to this part of India would ever be complete without a tour of some of the most revered temples that draw devotees from all parts of the country and the world. To help you take on this spiritual journey, we have compiled a list of our favourite Kerala temples that you must visit. Read more

Hotel Fort House: Rusticity on the Backwaters

When you learn about the history of this quaint property located in an old corner of perhaps the oldest part of Cochin, (or Kochi as it is now known), you would know that although the property is almost eighteen years old, ‘old’ is merely an appellation best used to describe its charm and rusticity.  Read more

Drive Through Gavi, A Tiger Reserve

When we visited Gavi, a Tiger Reserve located in the Ranni Forest Division in Pathanamthitta district in Kerala, the whole area was covered in a blanket of green after a rather successful Monsoon. Stumped by the beauty of this Reserve, we decided to capture the drive inside the forest with…  Read more

Gavi – A Tiger Reserve in Kerala

Our first thought as we drove through the State: We are in God’s Own Country for Pete’s sake, so we should have expected it!
Kerala, located at the southernmost tip of India, is considered a land that has been blessed by the Lord himself (or herself)…  Read more

Kerala-Jew epoch: Inside Jew Town

During our trip to breathtaking Kerala, the stunning Southern Indian State (where we ventured into an exhilarating Tiger Reserve called Gavi), we decided to explore what has been ranked 15th of the 88 things to do in Cochin by Lonely Planet.  Read more

Monsoon Roadtripping in Konkan

The monsoon is one of the most magical times of the year in many parts of India, especially in the South and South West of the country where the rain thunderously inundates every pore of Mother Nature. Dry, ragged mountains like…  Read more

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