The year that went by is a
splendid one, in terms of tours as well as number of tourists
who were absolutely satisfied with our organisation. The
successful note we ended on, has given us further inspiration
& impetus to reach out to more people. If you are
thinking of an unforgettable vaccation, ‘Nisarg
Holidays’ is the way we recommend, after the tour
‘Nisarg Holidays’ will be what you will recommend.
FOR.. Kerala - The paradise
of travelers.. It’s the land where the season never
ends….Serene beaches…. Emerald backwaters….
Lush hill stations and Exotic wild life…. Breath
taking water Falls…. Ayurvedic health holidays…..
Enchanting art forms….. Magical festival ….
Historic and Cultural monuments…. An exotic cusisine
… All of them make Kerala a unique experience. An
experience that last a life time.
Green and serene ... sunwashed
and golden.... a long fine sanded coastline like the neck
of a graceful dancer ... Kerala - the paradise of travellers.
A green shawl spread out in the gleaming sunshine. She
is simply charming. Still unmarred by the onrush of modernity.
The intricate coconut groves, the lush greenery of the
valleys and the splendid sights atop the hills are so
alluring. The backwater cruises along the coastal lagoons
mesmerize the travelers with the tranquilizing lullaby
of nature. A translucent dawn chasing starlit temple silhouettes..
A paradise, an ethereal vision or a poet's inspiration
All this and more. And real. Kerala is an enchanting treasure
chest of such infinite beauty, mystery and colour that
it surely must be some divine craftsman's vision of perfection...
And is better known as .... Gods own country
With its unique geographical
and cultural features, it’s only natural that
kerala has become one of the most sought – after
tourist destinations in Asia.
Capital : Trivandrum
Area : 38,863 Sq. kms
Length : 575 km.
Language : Malayalam, English
Temperature : 35ºC to 21ºC
Monsoon : June to October
Major Port : Cochin
Airports : Trivandrum, Cochin, Calicut
Mode of Transport: State transport bus, private bus,
tourist taxi, auto rickshaw , private
vehicles,ferry services. The State is linked with railways.
Beaches : Kovalam, Shanghumugham, Varkala, Thirumullavaram,
Alleppey, Cherai, Kappad and Bekal
Sanctuaries : Periyar, Thekkady, Parambikulam, Wayanad,
Thattekad, Eravikulam, Aralam, Peechi-Vazhani, Idukki,
Chinnar, Peppara, Neyyar and Kumarakom
Hill Stations : Ponmudi, Peermade, Thekkady, Munnar
Cash Crops : Rubber, Coffee, Tea, Cardamom, Pepper and
Specialty products : Coir, Handloom, Handicrafts, Metal
Mirror and fibre products
Modern Kerala - Traditional
Kerala boasts of a rich tradition
and a deep historical background. People from far off
lands have found their way to Kerala since ancient times.
The coast was familiar country to the Phoenicians, the
Romans, the Arabs and the Chinese long before Vasco da
Gamma arrived in 1498 A.D. In fact, legend has it that
Christianity was brought here by St. Thomas, the apostle
himself. . However, inspite of the deep and lasting impressions
left by all the settlers, the original inhabitants never
surrendered their individual identity or passionate awareness
of their own culture.
The traditional culture finds
its biggest manifestation in the performing and visual
arts, which play an important part in Kerala's life. A
unique and spectacular dance form is Kathakali, a masked
dance drama. There is the highly classical art of Koodiyattom,
the lyrically sensuous dance of the enchantress-Mohiniattam,
the religious fervour of Krishnattom and the Kalaripayatu
- the martial art form from which Karate originated.
Spotlight on Kerala..
The National Geography traveller
after two years of research chose Kerala as one of the
50 Places of life time . Kerala was listed as one of the
ten destination in paradise found Category.
A type of steam cake, 'Puttu'
is made from rice flour and steamed in long hollow bamboo
or metal cylinders. Depending on the taste preference,
Puttu can be had with steamed bananas and sugar or with
a spicy curry made from gram or chickpeas.
The Mt. Everest of
“ Kerala is a bizarre
anomaly among developing nations, a place that offers
real hope for the future of the third world. Consider:
this small state in India, though not much larger than
maryland, has a population as big as California’s
and per capita annual income of less than $300. But its
infant mortality rate is low, its literacy rate among
the highest on Earth and birth rate below America’s
and falling faster. Kerala’s citizens live nearly
as long as Americans or Europeans. Though mostly a land
of paddy-covered plains, statistically Kerala stands out
as the Mount Everest of Social Development..”