Kovalam Hotels
Kerala Tourism
Kerala Ayurveda

Kerala Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an old age system of healing ,
Kerala Backwater

Kerala Backwater

  The boat cross shallow, palm fringed lakes
Kerala Wildlife

Kerala Wildlife

Internationally popular among wildlife enthusiats
Kerala Cuisine

Kerala Cuisine

   As for cuisine of kerala, it is midly flavored,  
Kerala Art & Craft

Kerala Art & Craft

   Kerala is the land of aritistic people , 
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Kovalam Hotels

Kovalam has plenty of hotels, resorts and ayurveda resorts. Thirty years ago, Kovalam was a hippy idyll: a picture perfect tropical beach; a traditional fishing village providing fresh fish, fruits and toddy (coconut beer). Today this tiny beach is the focus of a multi-million dollar business, drawing thousands of tourists for a week dose of ozone, UV and a refreshing Indian Experience.
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     Sea Face hotel Kovalam
Kovalam Hotel
The gorgeous sea beating against the shore, the palm trees tilting with breeze and the small fishing boats bowing to large catamarans as they pass by that is what you will be able to see if you travel to Kovalam. Roaring waves and the serene surroundings together create a beautiful
     Leela Kempinski
Kovalam Hotel
Built on a rock-face with a splendid view of the Kovalam coastline, the Leela Kovalam Beach Resort in Kovalam is the largest 5 Star beach resort in Kerala. The resort overlooks the blue Arabian sea, giving breathtaking views
     Taj Green Cove Resort
Taj Garden Cove Resort
The Taj Green Cove Resort in Kovalam is well known for its luxurious comforts and excellent services. This property, spread over a 10 acres land overlooks the breathtaking views of the backwater of the Kovalam beach. The hotel is popular
Things to do
Things to do in Kerala:

1. Ride a canoe:
Drift along serene waterways in a country craft, enjoy the breeze, answer a cuckoo's call. Wave back at the cheerful village children on the banks. Invite some of them to top in for a ride.

2. Wear jasmine in your hair: Get yourself a string of jasmine - the natural ornament for your hair. You could even pluck them fresh from a garden and string them yourself.

3. Visit the local markets:
Small stalls with fresh vegetables, fruits, fish, chicken. High-pitched salesmen luring you with impossible bargains. Visit these bustling markets, or chandas.

4. Stay in a tree house:

Spend romantic nights in tree houses, washed in the sweet scent of forest flowers. Let the sounds of the forest fill your dreams.

5. Have a mud bath:
Go in for mud therapy and discover its healing properties at the Kavil Bhavan Yoga and Cultural Centre at Nileswaram.
Don't Miss in Kerala
Malabar : Theyyams in the Kannur Kavus. A taste of Kallumakaya and Mappila fish pathiri. Halwa from Sweet Meat Street.

Kochi : The gateway of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in India.Birthplace of Adi Sankaracharya. A walk in St Thomas' footsteps. Bell-metal ware. Bathing in waterfalls.

The Western Ghats : Treks through Sahya Hills. Wildlife viewing from boat. Tea tasting in India's only Tea Museum. Spice shopping at Kumily.

Kuttanad : Backwater Cruise. Kallu, Kappa and Karimeen at Karimpankala. Backwater island.

Travancore : Houseboat-makers village. Late-night Kathakali in Thiruvalla. Elephant Camp at Konni