Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Chembra Peak

Just 14 km away from Kalpeta, Wayanad Chembra Peak is the tallest peak in Wayanad. It has an elevation of 2100 meters above sea level and is an idyllic spot for trekking and mountain climbing. For those adventure seekers, temporary camps are set up on the top of the peak. Guides, camping apparatus etc are provided by District Tourism Promotion Council on rent to tourists who are interested in camping and trekking.
Discover a redefine version of pleasure and adventure on oyur Chembra Peak tour in Kerala. With a mesmerizing silhouette, the Chembra Peak Wayanad in Kerala is one of the most favored trekking destinations. If you're an adventure freak and undertaking mountain hiking, it is worth taking. When you will reach on the top of the Chembra Peak Kerala it is guaranteed that you will forget your pain and stress. You will be captivated by nature's bounteous beauty.
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Saturday, 22 September 2012

Nilambur

Nilambur is a beautiful town on the bank of the Chaliyar River is at a distance of 70 km from Calicut , 100 km from Ooty (Uddagamandalam) and 40 km from Malappuram town. Located in the eastern side of Malappuram district, Kerala,
This small sleepy town has a surprise in store for its visitors. The teak plantation - Conolly's Plot, The Teak Museum, Kannimara teak, Nedumkayam- the rich rain forests, Valamthode Waterfalls, Adyanpara Waterfalls, The Elembalai hill, Aruvacode, Central Forest Nursery are the important places in Nilambur. The Nilambur Kovilakom is popular tourist place in Kerala
People in Nilambur are almo
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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Alappuzha Beach

Popularly known as the Venice of the East, Alappuzha has always enjoyed an important place in the history of Kerala. Today Alappuzha is important as a Backwater destination, attracting several thousands of foreign tourists each year. Alappuzha is also famous for its Boat races, Houseboat Holidays, Beaches, Marine Products and Coir Industry.
Alappuzha is also famous Snake Boat Races which is held every year during the Onam festival. The giant snake boats called Chundanvalloms, race against each other for the prestigious Nehru Trophy. Crowds gather in huge numbers to witness this race, which is also a famous event amongst the tourists.
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Yoga Training In Kerala

practice is rampant in Kerala. People here attach more importance to Yoga and it is considered as important as Ayurveda, since Yoga-built bodies are no entry zones for ailments & lifestyle diseases.
 Yoga, a 5000-year-old Indian practice that tones muscles and strengthens bones has spiritual benefits. Derived from the Sanskrit word, "Yoga" (meaning "union") is a combination of physical and



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Sunday, 9 September 2012

Travel to Kanyakumari

"BY AIR - The nearest airport is at Trivandrum (80 km). It is directly connected with Bangalore, Mumbai, Cochin, Delhi, Goa, and Chennai by regular flights. BY RAIL - Kanyakumari is connected to Thiruvananthapuram, Delhi, and Mumbai by broad-gauge railway network. Tirunelvelli (80 km) is the other nearest railway junction and can be reached by road via Nagarkoil (19 km). BY ROAD - Kanyakumari is connected by road
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Saturday, 8 September 2012

Resort in Kollam

Kollam is the capital of the Cashew trading and processing industry in Kerala. Kollam was one of the important ports in southern Kerala, which indulged in the space trading with Arabs and other people over the world. Kollam had played an important role in the trade relationships with the rest of the world.
The main economy of Kollam was dependent on the Cashew industry. Kollam is widely known as the Cahew Paradise in Kerala. Other important industries in Kollam are Backwater tourism and Fisheries. Kollam has now gained prominence in the tourism m
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Friday, 7 September 2012

Rajamala Wildlife Sanctuary

Rajamala Wildlife Sanctuary, located 15 kms from Munnar is the natural habitat of Nilgiri Tahr. Half the world population of the rare mountain goat is concentrated in this region. Half the world population of the Nilgiri Tahr is concentrated in this region. The animal is fast becoming extinct. The sanctuary is a part of the Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, and visitors are allowed only to the tourism area in the Rajamala region. The Rajamala Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the India’s most famous wildlife sanctuaries. It has one of the richest collections of flora and fauna. It is one of the reservoirs nature’s endangered species. In fact it is the only natural habitat of the world famous Nilgiri Tahr.
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Thursday, 6 September 2012

Peermade


Situated 915 m above sea level, Peermade is on the way to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. this pleasant hill station was once the summer retreat of the Maharajas of Travancore. Peermade Kerala is a cool hill station. Peermade is situated about 85 km east of Kottayam, Kerala, India.
Peermade means "Hill of the Peer", it is named after Peer Mohammed, the Sufi Saint. The main attraction of Peermade hill station are waterfalls, open grass lands and pine forests. The specility of this place is organic spices, cloves, cardamom, black peppe
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Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

Located in the rain shadow region of the Western Ghats, the sanctuary occupies the forested region on either side of the Marayoor - Udumalped road Chinnar is a unique thorny scrub forest in the rain shadow region of the Western Ghats. The Park is around 90 sq. kms in area and its rugged undulating terrain has held a special fascination for the adventure travelers.
It is the second habitat for the Giant Grizzled Squirrel, an endangered species in India. Unlike other forests of Kerala, Chinnar gets only about 48 rainy days in a
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Kalaripayattu

Kalaripayattu in Kerala is one the most famous martial arts that has caught the attention of the world. Several Kalaripayattu schools are functioning in Malabar area of Kerala. This art form has been formed by the ancient masters on the basis of the human anatomy. A good practitioner of Kalaripayattu can utilise five senses extremely and thereby he can achieve attention, speed, strength, accuracy, health, immunity, memory power and concentration.
entration. In Kalaripayattu, defending techniques are important rather than attacking. For becoming an expert in Kalarippayattu, one should have concentration, good understanding, and the ability to perform action with skill. The influence of Kalaripayattu can be seen in other art forms of Kerala such as Kathakali, Kolkali, Teyyam, Poorakkali, Velakali
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Sunday, 2 September 2012

Palakkad

Altitude : Above sea level

Tourist Season : October to March
Clothing : Cotton Clothes
Temperature : Min. 20 c - Max. 35 c
Location: Latitude : 10° 00' N Longitude : 76° 25' E
Nearest Airport: Coimbatore Airport
Nearest Railway Station: Shornur and Palakkad
When we think about Palakkad, it is most important that Palakkad / Palghat is known as the granary of Kerala. The name Palakkad literally means the land of palm trees. It is a beautiful land with paddy fields, forest, rivers, mountains, waterfalls, dams etc. Situated near the Western Ghats, eight of the Kerala Rivers originates here, the most important one of them is Bharathapuzha or Nila.
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Saturday, 1 September 2012

Ezhimala

Altitude : 13m above sea level
Tourist Season : October to March
Clothing : Cotton Clothes
Temperature : Min. 20 c - Max. 35 c
Location: Latitude : 10° 00' N Longitude : 76° 25' E
Nearest Airport: Kannur International Airport
Nearest Railway Station: Kannur
Kannur District of Kerala. It is about 55 km from Kannur. A flourishing seaport and center of trade in ancient Kerala, The name Ezhimala means Seven Hills derived from the seven hills dominating the skyline of this area. Ezhimala was one of the major battlefields of the Chola-Chera war of the 11th century.
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