For many travellers, Kerala is South India’s most serenely beautiful state. A slender coastal strip is shaped by its layered landscape: almost 600km of glorious Arabian Sea coast and beaches; a languid network of glistening backwaters; and the spice- and tea-covered hills of the Western Ghats.

The fascinating and pristine South Indian State Kerala is gifted with lots of unique things. Here are some of them.

1. Kerala- One of the Ten Paradise of The World

The state won this title by the Nation Geographic because of its unmatched natural beauty and culture.

2. The Spice Garden of India

Because of the rich varieties of spices that deliver to the country, ancient Kerala attracted the travelers and traders from across the world.

3. Highest Number Festivals Celebrated

Kerala has a strong cultural and traditional background. As a part of it Kerala celebrate a vast number of festivals every year.

4. Home of Ayurveda

There are no places in the world better than Kerala to seek Ayurveda treatments. The weather, availability of herbs and the cool green ambience make Kerala as the best place for Ayurveda treatment.

5. Only Drive Beach in India is in Kerala

The stunning Muzhappilangad beach located in the Kannur district is one of the major tourist attractions of Kerala.

6. Cuisines of Kerala

It has a unique place in the Kerala tourism. The state offers vibrant varieties of cuisines that will definitely make you “Wow”.

7. Onam- the State Festival

It is a harvest festival celebrated by all Keralites. This festival is a symbol of unity. Onapookkalam and Onasadya are the trade mark of the Onam festival.

8. House Boat Cruise

Without a house boat cruise a Thrilling Kerala trip is imperfect. The land is gifted with the amazing backwaters and waterways.

9. Least Corrupt Indian State

As per the Transparency International survey Kerala is selected as the least corrupted Indian State.

 

10. One of the Largest Rubber Producers

The 92% of the total rubber production of India is from Kerala. Most of the hilly regions in Kerala are covered with rubber plantations.