Nurtured for centuries by foreign powers like the British, Arabs, Dutch, Chinese and Portuguese, the intriguing mix culture and the stunning medieval architecture makes Kochi stand out from the rest of the places in Kerala. Called as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi or Cochin is the financial, commercial and industrial capital of Kerala and also one of the must visit tourist place in the God’s Own Country, Kerala. In this blog we have listed the tourist places in Kochi to add it in your bucket list. So continue reading…
Observed exclusively by the women folks, Attukal Pongala is the world-famous ritualist annual festival celebrated at the famous Attukal Bhagavathy Temple in Trivandrum district of Kerala. Miss-not the world-renowned ritualistic festival, Attukal Pongala on your visit to Kerala this March and seek the blessings of Goddess Attukalamma. The annual Attukal Pongala Festival will be held on March 9th, 2020 this year.
A classical extravaganza of Indian dance forms, music, art, food and history, the famous Nishagandhi Dance Festival weaves a wonderful week of entertainment and enlightenment. The Annual Nishagandhi Dance Festival 2020 will be held from 20th January till 26th January at the Nishagandhi Auditorium of the famous Kanakakunnu Palace at Thiruvananthapuram.
Nat Geo Traveler India of National Geographic has ranked the iconic seaside town of Kerala, Fort Kochi as ninth among 25 top tourist destinations to explore in 2020. The mesmerizing beach, adorable Synagogues and Cathedrals, elegant Palace, and amazing Museums, that spreads an old-world charm makes Fort Kochi a must-visit place in Kerala at least once in a lifetime.
Being the first drive-in beach in Kozhikode and the second of its kind in Kerala, the Thikkodi Drive-in Beach in the Kozhikode district of Kerala is now attracting many driving enthusiasts offering them an unforgettable experience of driving along the vast stretch of sandy shores.
Kalpathi Ratholsavam is world-renowned and is said to be the biggest chariot festival in Kerala. Located on the banks of the serence Kalpathy river, the Sri Visalashi Sametha Sri Viswanatha Swamy temple is the site for the world famous Kalpathy Ratholsavam Festival.