Kovalam tourist destinations

  • Kovalam

    Kerala is a state of endless beauty. It is called God’s own country because of its natural beauty. Its stunning nature, beautiful blue beaches, fresh backwaters and lush green mountains make it an ideal holiday destination. Kovalam is one such place along the shore of Arabian Sea and attracts both couples and leisure travelers. Read more...

  • Trivandrum

    Trivandrum houses several destinations that attracts visitors for both domestic and international circuit. From Kovalam beach, Napier Museum and zoo, Neyyar wildlife sanctuary, Neyyar dam, Kuthira Malika palace to Varkala cliffs you will find several places worth visiting. Read more...

  • Padmanabhapuram Palace

    Padmanabhapuram palace and Padmanabhaswamy temple are amongst the known historical places that’s have earned global recognition. The temple has earned worldwide fame for its mysterious vault beneath in the lowest level of the temple. This holy temple attracts millions of pilgrims and tourists every year. Read more...

  • Thenmala

    Thenmala is a little village in Kollam district of Kerala. It lies alongtheend of the Western Ghats in the south. It is the first eco-tourism destination in India. The region is home to mysterious village treasures. You will find several adventure spots and lots of natural attractions to explore. Read more...

  • Karanama River

    Karamana river is known as Vanmala – the garland of forest. The word Vanmala comes from Sanskrit and is apt for the river as it surrounded by greenery that appears as a garland. The importance of the river in gods own country is huge. Apparently the water flow of the river, the chirping of thebirds and the natural surroundings have significantly influenced and developed music in Kerala. Read more...

  • The Napier Museum Trivandrum

    The Napier Museum Trivandrum is one of the most ancient Museums built in the 19th centuries. The IndoSarcenic structure boasts a natural air-conditioning system and the entire design of the house displays rarity in all ways.. Read more...

  • Trivandrum zoo

    Trivandrum zoo is the oldest zoo in India. IT is regarded as an important woodland in Asia too. The Zoo came into being in the 1830 under the rule of Swathi Thirunal Rama Varma. The king wished to set up a menagerie of great Royal Tigers, Panthers, Cheetahs, Deer’s and Boar. This animal menagerie is today a small but well organized zoo that attracts a good number of tourists both domestic and international. Read more...

  • Veli tourist Village

    Veli tourist village is a famous picnic spot located at a distance of ten kilometers from Thiruvananthapuram. It is a major attraction, surrounded by towering coconut trees, swaying palm leaves and exciting boating trips. Pozhi and Veli are the two lakes that form part of Veli. Separated by a ridge, Veli Lake is situated on the east and is connected to the Arabian Sea. The Pozhi land makes for the inland. Read more...

  • Around Padmanabhaswamy temple

    There are several things to do and places to visit around Padmanabhaswamy temple. The temple attracts a lot of pilgrims and foreign visitors mainly for its religious and historical importance; but there is more to what the temple has to offer.. Read more...