24 Jul 2014

If one needs a refuge far away from the stress of the modern world; then Happy Land Water Theme Park is an ideal place. It is the perfect place for outing and picnics. Vembayan in Thiruvananthapuram is lucky enough to have such a fun radiating place. People of all ages can access the park and enjoy the rides. The park characterizes rides like Aqua Trail and Uphill Water Ride. Not only is the place renowned as a picnic spot, it is also famous as an amazing venue for parties, events and celebrations during any time of the year. The Happy Land Water Theme Park is a place where you can relax and feel happy, henceforth instilling fun and freshness in your mind. The rides and other surprising thrills of the park draw you into a completely unknown world of enthusiasm and fun.
Thursday, July 24, 2014 Christina Rose
If one needs a refuge far away from the stress of the modern world; then Happy Land Water Theme Park is an ideal place. It is the perfect place for outing and picnics. Vembayan in Thiruvananthapuram is lucky enough to have such a fun radiating place. People of all ages can access the park and enjoy the rides. The park characterizes rides like Aqua Trail and Uphill Water Ride. Not only is the place renowned as a picnic spot, it is also famous as an amazing venue for parties, events and celebrations during any time of the year. The Happy Land Water Theme Park is a place where you can relax and feel happy, henceforth instilling fun and freshness in your mind. The rides and other surprising thrills of the park draw you into a completely unknown world of enthusiasm and fun.

17 Jul 2014

Kerala is one of the most visited places of India. It has such buildings, monuments, natural beauty that makes it an ideal tourist spot. Museums also add to the beauty of Kerala, thereby completing its splendour. There are numerous museums in Kerala. These museums remind the people time by time the rich and cultural heritage of the southern state of India. One thing that all the museums of the world share is that all of them have a lot to say about the astonishing past. Thus, museums are equally important in a place as the spots of tourism are. Some of the awesome museums of Kerala are mentioned below.
Thursday, July 17, 2014 Christina Rose
Kerala is one of the most visited places of India. It has such buildings, monuments, natural beauty that makes it an ideal tourist spot. Museums also add to the beauty of Kerala, thereby completing its splendour. There are numerous museums in Kerala. These museums remind the people time by time the rich and cultural heritage of the southern state of India. One thing that all the museums of the world share is that all of them have a lot to say about the astonishing past. Thus, museums are equally important in a place as the spots of tourism are. Some of the awesome museums of Kerala are mentioned below.

10 Jul 2014

Vettilapara nearby the famed Athirapally waterfalls in Thrissur District is the dwelling place of the Silver Storm Water Theme Park. Initiated with the assistance of Kerala state Industrial Corporation Ltd, the Silver Storm Water Theme Park is one of the most frequented tourist spots of the region. It is only park designed with much versatility. It suppresses such features that are not found in any other park. For instance, the Park exhibits Go-Karting which amuses you with some exploratory driving along the wild tracks. This thrill was exclusively introduced for the first time in the Silver Storm Water Theme Park in the history of South India.
Thursday, July 10, 2014 Christina Rose
Vettilapara nearby the famed Athirapally waterfalls in Thrissur District is the dwelling place of the Silver Storm Water Theme Park. Initiated with the assistance of Kerala state Industrial Corporation Ltd, the Silver Storm Water Theme Park is one of the most frequented tourist spots of the region. It is only park designed with much versatility. It suppresses such features that are not found in any other park. For instance, the Park exhibits Go-Karting which amuses you with some exploratory driving along the wild tracks. This thrill was exclusively introduced for the first time in the Silver Storm Water Theme Park in the history of South India.

3 Jul 2014

Constructed in the year 1667, the Bastion Bungalow is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kochi. To be found on River Road in Fort Kochi, the Bungalow is an exceptional example of the fusion of Indo-European style and the Dutch style. This portrays a unique style that draws the attention of innumerable tourists from both national and international level. In practice, the Bastion Bungalow is the official abode of the Sub Collector. The Bastion Bungalow is named as so as it is positioned on the location of Stromsburg Bastion of the Dutch fort.
Thursday, July 03, 2014 Christina Rose
Constructed in the year 1667, the Bastion Bungalow is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kochi. To be found on River Road in Fort Kochi, the Bungalow is an exceptional example of the fusion of Indo-European style and the Dutch style. This portrays a unique style that draws the attention of innumerable tourists from both national and international level. In practice, the Bastion Bungalow is the official abode of the Sub Collector. The Bastion Bungalow is named as so as it is positioned on the location of Stromsburg Bastion of the Dutch fort.

27 Jun 2014

Minicoy Island is located on the southernmost part among the groups of islands in Lakshadweep. It is the second largest and also one of the most visited destinations in Lakshadweep. Previously a part of Maldives, it was taken over by the British in 1908 and later became a part of Indian Union in 1956. The place is also a perfect spot for tuna fishing and holds several factories for tuna canning including ice plants and cold storages that attract a good number of visitors.
Friday, June 27, 2014 Christina Rose
Minicoy Island is located on the southernmost part among the groups of islands in Lakshadweep. It is the second largest and also one of the most visited destinations in Lakshadweep. Previously a part of Maldives, it was taken over by the British in 1908 and later became a part of Indian Union in 1956. The place is also a perfect spot for tuna fishing and holds several factories for tuna canning including ice plants and cold storages that attract a good number of visitors.

20 Jun 2014

Heartily accepted as the “paradise of the south”, the state Kerala is more than one has dreamed of. Being positioned close to the equator, apart from the other states of India Kerala experiences pleasant weather conditions all through the year. The flow of pleasurable climate to the unmatched beauty of the state is a plus point which captivates thousands of both domestic and foreign tourists. Nestled in the southwest region of India on the Malabar Coast, the state is a real retreat to the visitors. The limitless charm and the heavenly surroundings along with the soothing temperature are worth visiting once in your lifetime. The temperature in the state usually ranges from 28 degree Celsius to 32 degree Celsius in plains and sometimes in highland regions it drops down up to 20 degree Celsius. The geographical diversity and the weather pattern of the state are truly amazing as there are of no waste. Kerala experiences three major seasons’ winter, summer, southwest monsoon and northeast monsoon. Each of these offers their own speciality and attention grabbing facts that fascinates you in no time.
Friday, June 20, 2014 Christina Rose
Heartily accepted as the “paradise of the south”, the state Kerala is more than one has dreamed of. Being positioned close to the equator, apart from the other states of India Kerala experiences pleasant weather conditions all through the year. The flow of pleasurable climate to the unmatched beauty of the state is a plus point which captivates thousands of both domestic and foreign tourists. Nestled in the southwest region of India on the Malabar Coast, the state is a real retreat to the visitors. The limitless charm and the heavenly surroundings along with the soothing temperature are worth visiting once in your lifetime. The temperature in the state usually ranges from 28 degree Celsius to 32 degree Celsius in plains and sometimes in highland regions it drops down up to 20 degree Celsius. The geographical diversity and the weather pattern of the state are truly amazing as there are of no waste. Kerala experiences three major seasons’ winter, summer, southwest monsoon and northeast monsoon. Each of these offers their own speciality and attention grabbing facts that fascinates you in no time.

18 Jun 2014

Introduction
Kerala, the land of boundless beauty in nature is world widely known among tourists. Heartily accepted as the “paradise of the south”, the state is a must visit place as in reality it is beyond anyone’s imagination. It is located on the Coastal regions of Malabar Coast in India due to which the state houses some of the top beaches of the world. Usually people seek for a place like Kerala with perfect geography along with its fascinating attractions and unique experiences, so make sure you are the one among those visitors.    
Kerala geography
Due to its geographical conditions, the state experiences pleasant weather all through the year. Nestled in between Arabian Sea to the west and Western Ghats to the east, Kerala experiences three distinct seasons. Being located in the southern tip of the Indian sub continent and near the centre of Indian tectonic plate, some of the regions are of little seismic activity. The entire part of southern and western Kerala is bordered by Tamil Nadu. It lies at 8°.17'.30" N and 12°. Kerala lies between 47'.40" N north latitudes and 74°.27'47" E and 77°.37'.12" E east longitudes. The geography of Kerala is divided into three different geographical regions.
High Lands: The western region of the state includes highlands, gorgeous valleys, tea and coffee plantations, lush green forests, gurgling rivers and enchanting hill stations. The Western Ghats reaches an average from 1500 to 2500 meters. The high lands of Kerala is spread over 18650 square kilometres and covers 48 percent of the land area of Kerala. The high lands are also referred as the largest producers of enormous spices and houses some of the world renowned hill stations.  
Midlands: The lands lying in between the low lands and high lands are the midlands of Kerala. Such Land features undulating hill and eye-catching valleys. The midlands of the state cover an area of about 16200 square kilometres which is 40 percent of the total land area in Kerala. In these midlands various cultivations like of banana, vegetables, coconut, cashew and many more are vegetation are done.
Lowlands: Coastal areas are known as the lowlands in Kerala which covers an area of about 4000 square kilometres. The main transport is the waterways. The lowlands of the state offer you enchanting backwaters, brackish lagoons, rivers, canals and sea shores. Paddy is the best suited cultivation in lowland regions. Kuttanad is a place in Kerala lowlands which is one among the few places in India where Paddy cultivation is done below sea level. 
Forests
The forest in Kerala covers an area of 11,125,59 square kilometres in which 7 wildlife sanctuaries also includes that covers 28.88 percent of the total land area in Kerala. The tropical deciduous moist forest covers 4.100 lakh hectares, tropical wet evergreen forest covers 3.480 lakh hectares, plantations covers 1.538 hectares, tropical dry deciduous forests covers 0.094 lakh hectares and mountain sub tropical forests covers 0.188 lakh hectares and the total area covered by forests is 9.400 lakh hectares.
Flora and Fauna
The Western Ghats of the state Kerala is a home to numerous varieties of flora and faunas which was also once one among the top 18 places in biodiversity. At present it is much popular as it was used to be before and plays a vital role in the state’s tourism. The rare species of flora and faunas seen in here is a real retreat to the eyes of visitors. Animals like gaur, elephant, leopard, bonnet monkey lion, lion tailed macaque and Sambar deer, king cobra, peafowl and hornbill can be seen in here. You can also explore 15,000 varieties of plant species in here.
Lakes, Rivers and backwaters
Kerala is popular for its lowland surroundings which houses the world’s best backwater destinations with various facilities. The brackish lagoons and the crystal clear rivers of Kerala are eye catching. Do not miss an opportunity to experience houseboat cruise in the Lowlands of Kerala. Some of the most preferred backwater destinations are like Alleppey, Kumarakom and Alppuzha.  
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 Christina Rose
Introduction
Kerala, the land of boundless beauty in nature is world widely known among tourists. Heartily accepted as the “paradise of the south”, the state is a must visit place as in reality it is beyond anyone’s imagination. It is located on the Coastal regions of Malabar Coast in India due to which the state houses some of the top beaches of the world. Usually people seek for a place like Kerala with perfect geography along with its fascinating attractions and unique experiences, so make sure you are the one among those visitors.    
Kerala geography
Due to its geographical conditions, the state experiences pleasant weather all through the year. Nestled in between Arabian Sea to the west and Western Ghats to the east, Kerala experiences three distinct seasons. Being located in the southern tip of the Indian sub continent and near the centre of Indian tectonic plate, some of the regions are of little seismic activity. The entire part of southern and western Kerala is bordered by Tamil Nadu. It lies at 8°.17'.30" N and 12°. Kerala lies between 47'.40" N north latitudes and 74°.27'47" E and 77°.37'.12" E east longitudes. The geography of Kerala is divided into three different geographical regions.
High Lands: The western region of the state includes highlands, gorgeous valleys, tea and coffee plantations, lush green forests, gurgling rivers and enchanting hill stations. The Western Ghats reaches an average from 1500 to 2500 meters. The high lands of Kerala is spread over 18650 square kilometres and covers 48 percent of the land area of Kerala. The high lands are also referred as the largest producers of enormous spices and houses some of the world renowned hill stations.  
Midlands: The lands lying in between the low lands and high lands are the midlands of Kerala. Such Land features undulating hill and eye-catching valleys. The midlands of the state cover an area of about 16200 square kilometres which is 40 percent of the total land area in Kerala. In these midlands various cultivations like of banana, vegetables, coconut, cashew and many more are vegetation are done.
Lowlands: Coastal areas are known as the lowlands in Kerala which covers an area of about 4000 square kilometres. The main transport is the waterways. The lowlands of the state offer you enchanting backwaters, brackish lagoons, rivers, canals and sea shores. Paddy is the best suited cultivation in lowland regions. Kuttanad is a place in Kerala lowlands which is one among the few places in India where Paddy cultivation is done below sea level. 
Forests
The forest in Kerala covers an area of 11,125,59 square kilometres in which 7 wildlife sanctuaries also includes that covers 28.88 percent of the total land area in Kerala. The tropical deciduous moist forest covers 4.100 lakh hectares, tropical wet evergreen forest covers 3.480 lakh hectares, plantations covers 1.538 hectares, tropical dry deciduous forests covers 0.094 lakh hectares and mountain sub tropical forests covers 0.188 lakh hectares and the total area covered by forests is 9.400 lakh hectares.
Flora and Fauna
The Western Ghats of the state Kerala is a home to numerous varieties of flora and faunas which was also once one among the top 18 places in biodiversity. At present it is much popular as it was used to be before and plays a vital role in the state’s tourism. The rare species of flora and faunas seen in here is a real retreat to the eyes of visitors. Animals like gaur, elephant, leopard, bonnet monkey lion, lion tailed macaque and Sambar deer, king cobra, peafowl and hornbill can be seen in here. You can also explore 15,000 varieties of plant species in here.
Lakes, Rivers and backwaters
Kerala is popular for its lowland surroundings which houses the world’s best backwater destinations with various facilities. The brackish lagoons and the crystal clear rivers of Kerala are eye catching. Do not miss an opportunity to experience houseboat cruise in the Lowlands of Kerala. Some of the most preferred backwater destinations are like Alleppey, Kumarakom and Alppuzha.