Ecotourism in Kerala is flourishing mainly because of its natural diversity. Ecotourism can be translated in this way 'in harmony with the Nature'. Each of the ecotourism sites are considered as feathers on the crown of Kerala as these attract tourists in large numbers by providing them better chances to have a close look at the wild animals. These sites also opens the gates of adventure tourism because many of these ecotourism sites in Kerala offer opportunities for trekking and other adventurous events.
Gavi Eco-Tourism, a project of the Kerala Forest Development Corporation has caught the attention of tourists, mostly from European countries. The project is exclusive in many respects and the majority who visited was nature lovers and adventure tourists. Over a short period of time visitors to Gavi gradually increased, especially… read more
Known as Ooty of Malappuram, Kodikuthimala emerged as one of the important centres of tourist attraction. 1500 feet above sea level, this place is cooler than the height indicated. The DTPC is planning some developmental schemes to convert this hilly area into a tourist hot spot. read more
Kumbalangi village, located on the outskirts of Cochin, where you can savour natural local rustic beauty at its best. Everywhere you get to see a village touch. After getting a place in the tourism map, this beautiful village has now turned into a traveler's paradise. Not far from the madding… read more
Kuruva Island is situated on the tributaries of the east flowing Kabani river and is a fabulous picnic spot. Its serene silence and wide expanse of the 950 acres of evergreen forest leaves you astonished. In the midst of the area is this tiny uninhabited island called Kuruva Dweep. This… read more
This pristine hill will soon get more attention as a centre of tourist attraction. Less known to the leisure and travel world, Madayi Para, will, in the near future benefit from a government project that proposes to transform the area into a cultural village. But, Madayi Para, even otherwise, is… read more