Kerala "God’s Own Country" is one of the most beautiful states of India. It is globally famous as one of the most popular travel destinations of India. It is its unique cultural and geographical features that make it internationally famous travel destination.
Meenatheril Holidays helps you to explore things to see and do in and arounf Kerala
Alleppey tops in the list of places to visit in Kerala. Looking at the lush green landscape & you travel to the tranquil backwaters is amazing.SEE ALL
Eravikulam National Park is one the most frequented tourist attractions in Kerala because of Neelakurinji, which bloom once in 12 years.SEE ALL
Take a tour of the spice plantations in Munnar, Thekkady or Wayanad. Taste some authentic black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon.SEE ALL
One of the best things to do in Kerala is watching Theyyam. They are staged in various temples of North Kerala, usually in front of the village shrine.SEE ALL
Kerala possesses an unbroken tradition of Ayurveda that has surpassed the many invasions and intrusions both foreign and native. For hundreds of years the Ayurveda Vaidyas (traditional practitioners of Ayurveda) were almost the only access for people seeking healing from every kind of disease in Kerala.
The small town of Kannur, in northern Kerala, is known for its secluded beaches, mysterious masked spirit-possession theyyam rituals, and hand loom weaving. The theyyam season runs from October until May and Kerala Tourism has a comprehensive calendar of theyyam events.
Have you ever gone cruising in a houseboat on the backwaters of Kerala? If you havent, make sure you do. This one is really a wonderful experience! Present day houseboats are huge, slow moving exotic barges used for leisure trips,& are in fact reworked version of kettuvallams of olden times.
Sadya is the traditional vegetarian feast of Kerala. Usually served as lunch, it consists of par boiled pink rice, side dishes, savouries, pickles and desserts spread out on a plantain leaf. Tradition insists that the tapering end of the leaf points to the left of the seated guest. Rice is served on the lower half of the leaf.