Attappady

Attapady is situated on the north-eastern side of Palakkad district, 38 km. away from Mannarkkad.  It spreads over an area of 745 sq. km. Attappady is one of the largest tribal settlements in the state. The grandiloquence of this great symphony of forests, rivers and mountains is awe- inspiring.  Many tribals… read more

Adyan Para

With enchanting streams and waterfalls and green woods, suitable for trekking, Adyan Para, 10 kms. from Nilambur, is fast emerging as a tourist centre. The splendour of its lush jungles also attracts tourists. read more

Akkulam Lake

Akkulam Lake, an extension of the Veli Lake, is one of the must-see tourist destinations in Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), Kerala. The spot, being just a few minutes' drive (10 km) away from the city and having easier access to Thiruvananthapuram International airport, is widely visited by tourists from across the globe.… read more

Alappuzha Beach

Alappuzha is the centre of Kerala's world-famous coir industry. In fact, the town was built as a trading centre in 1762 by Raja Kesvadasa, the Diwan of Travancore. The many canals crisscrossing the town was built to facilitate the transport of goods, which prompted Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, to… read more

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