NRI Visitors

Immerse in Kerala

Trivandrum

Thiruvananthapuram (or Trivandrum) is the capital of the southern Indian state of Kerala. It’s distinguished by its British colonial architecture and many art galleries. It’s also home to Kuthira Malika (or Puthen Malika) Palace, adornedwith carved horses and displaying collections related to the Travancore royal family, whose regional capital was here from the 18th–20th centuries.

Cochin

Kochi (formerly Cochin) is a cosmopolitan city in Kerala with a bustling commercial port. Kochi is the financial capital of Kerala and, with a population of more than 2 million, the biggest urban agglomeration in the state. It is one of the major tourist destinations in India.

Munnar

Munnar is a beautiful hill station, and was the summer resort of the British. Tourists come here to see the vast tea plantations of the area. The town itself is typically Indian with the usual shops, guest houses and is really beautiful and traditional. It is a good place to stay to see the surrounding countryside. It is also a popular place for Indian honeymooners.

Thekkady

Thekkady is enchanting as the road winds through tranquill countryside, rich plantations & thick jungles. The sanctuary 190 km from Cochin  is open throughout the year, but the best season for a visit is from September to March. The sanctuary is centered around the large artificial lake formed by a dam across the Periyar river. It is one of the famous holiday destinations in India.

Alleppey

Extremely famous for its beautiful backwaters, the city of Alleppey in Kerala is also known for its beaches, temples and traditional boat races. This popular tourist destination also has some very well reputed Ayurvedic spas and wellness centres.