There are many attractions in Kerala with varied features, be it beaches which stretches from north to south for almost 650kms. There are 44 rivers, of which 3 are east flowing and 41 flowing to the Arabian Sea in the west. The Western Ghats which is the icing on the cake as far as Kerala is concerned is the most visited mountain or hill station in the south of India. It’s also regarded as a world heritage site as per UNESCO as it plays a vital role in the monsoon weather pattern. The Western Ghats is also home for many endangered species and animals which are for seeing an extinction is now capitalizing its presence in this thick forest mountain area. The western ghats/mountains are considered to be older than the great Himalayas as per geologist and UNESCO. The western ghats in the Kerala region are listed as the heritage site by UNESCO. Munnar, Thekkady, Gavi, Wayanad, Idukki, Rajakkad, Ponmudi etc, are some of the must-visit places surrounded by mountains and forest. During winter, Munnar has seen its temperature going down to 0-degree celsius.

Though Kerala destinations have been regarded as the most preferred tourist or sightseeing destinations in India by international tourists, lately there has been an incredible rise among the domestic tourists. This is due to the infrastructure development and new addition of an international airport in Kerala and other connectivity be it road or rail. Kerala is blessed with its natural resources which is a treat to the eyes and experience the varied culture, food, hospitality, tradition etc. various cultural forms like kathakali, ottanthullal, mohiniyattam, thiruvathira kali, kalaripayattu(martial art) is a visual treat for the tourists. Alleppey is famous for the snake boat race held on the Vembanad making Alleppey world famous. Kovalam beach is popular among international tourists. The famous, Padmanabha Swamy temple in Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala, plays a distinct place as a cultural site.