A tour through the beguiling land of Kerala is sure to be a lifetime experience. Aptly referred as God's own country, Kerala has ample to offer everyone and never disappoints. Kumarakom's soil is extremely fertile due to the proximity of a water source, the Vembanad Lake which has resulted in the growth of a wide variety of flora in Kumarakom, especially the mangrove and coconut trees. Kerala is a place where serenity of nature mingles with the humble nature of people and this qualifies it for the title " Gods own country".

Kumarakom is a habitat to several migratory birds which are attracted by the availability of a safe nesting area provided by the trees and a close source of food and water which is delivered by the Vembanad Lake. The chirping of birds, ripples in lakes and lagoons, gentle breeze in air, prance of paddy fields, songs of choir women create a symphony that has a long-lasting effect on the tourists. The Bird Sanctuary is now a major tourist attraction and has been bought under the jurisdiction of KTDC (Kerala Tourism Development Corporation).

The captivating and somewhat mystic charm of Kerala forces tourists to come again and again in its lap. The mystery of Kerala seems to be unresolved as the place has something new to offer in every season. There is an unlimited treasure of joy in Kerala! There are sun-blanched beaches, serene lakes and lagoons, steep mountains, deep valleys, dense forests, picturesque backwaters, extensive paddy fields, thick groves of coconut trees and many other such things.

Attractions in Kerala

What one can do in Kerala

The state excels in making Aranmula mirror, gold and silver brocaded fabrics, boxes, buttons and ashtrays of steel with silver lining, pottery and ceramic products. One can find these items in Chalai Bazaar and Main Road. Kerala has an unbroken tradition of over thousand years in arts and crafts. However, it is also famous for its ivory carvings since olden days. One can also indulge in trekking as Periyar in Kerala has marvellous and somewhat challenging jungle treks for the fearless. One can also try one's hands in a boat race that has grabbed national and international attention.

How To Reach Kerala

There are almost 200 railway stations and there are long distant express trains that connect to other parts of the country. Railways along with roadways and airways share the burden of transporting passengers. The road journey in Kerala is most dramatic and offers thrills. The state is connected to other parts of the South India by a number of national Highways. Thiruvanthapuram, the capital of the state, is very well connected to all major airports in India like Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai. Kochi and Calicut are other two airports connected from air to other cities in India.

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