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Districts of Kerala
Alappuzha
Alappuzha, the Venice of the East is the most important tourist destination of Kerala.

The amazing Backwaters of this district thrills the visitors with boat races, houseboats, beaches, sea foods. The coir products especially coir carpet is world famous .

Nehru Trophy Boat Race is very popular and is held on the second Saturday of every year. The boat race certainly makes you happy with 130 feet long snake boats with over 100 rowers.
Alappuzha

Ernakulam
Ernakulam is the commercial Capital of Kerala. Tourists can see the blending of modern life blended with traditions.

Kochi, Queen of Arabian Sea, is the natural harbour and oldest port with excellent facilities.

Arabs, Chinese, Dutch, British and Potuguese had trade with Kochi for Spices.

Ancient Temples, Great Churches and Synagogues makes this districts a wonderful tourist destination.
Ernakulam

Idukki
Idukki, the Hilly Tourist District of Kerala.

The name means a narrow gorge. The mist covered mountains and verdant valleys make Idukki charming.

Dense forests of Idukki district is rich in wildlife and biodiversity.

The place is an excellent tourist place and well known by tea industry and pepper
Idukki

Kannur
Kannur, flanked by Western Ghats, has rich traditional and classical activities like 'Theyyam' and 'Thira' and has rich historical monuments. Cocunut fringed lagoons and serene backwaters give unique tourist moments. Folk arts and folks music are another important trditional arts. The district is reffered in Marco Polo's travel records.
Kannur
Kasargod
Kasargod, endowed with natural resourses, is the northern district of Kerala. The district is famous for its mighty forts, verdant valleys with enchanting hills and beautiful virgin beaches.
Kasargod
Kollam
Kollam, networked by backwaters, has very rich tourist potentials. The district has beautiful beaches, interspersed by mendering rivers, lovely and golden beaches, lush forests and vast green tropical fields. Backwater tourism with houseboat present their visitors a rich and unique experience.
Kollam
Kottayam
Kottayam, gate way to highrange, reffered as Land of Lakes, Latex and Letters. The district is famous for largr number of temples , churches and mosques. Kottayam is important for its trade with rubber, tea, pepper and cardamom
Kottayam
Kozhikode
Kozhikode, Zamorins capital, has rich historical traditions. The natural resources and commercial contacts with other countries made this district prominent in international trading. The lush green district has tourist attractions like serene beaches, enchanting hills and exotic wildlife
Kozhikode
Malappuram
Malappuram, a place with hills, has innumarable streams flowing through it to coconut fringed sea coast. The district has enriched cultural traditions
Malappuram
Palakkad
Palakkad, Granary of Kerala, is a hilly place in the foot of majestic Western Ghat. Some major rivers are originating from the hills of Palakkad
Palakkad
Pathanamthitta
Pathanamthitta, headquarter of Pilgrimage Tourism, is close to Western Ghat and endowed by scenic beauty comprising of undulating hills, extensive stretches of lush forests and rivers
Pathanamthitta
Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala, dotted with clean golden beaches and beautiful backwater stretches. This tourist destination has rich historical importants
Thiruvananthapuram
Thrissur
Thrissur, the cultural capital of Kerala, situated in the central region of the state.Three geographical regions - high land with verdant hills and dense forests, - midland with paddy fields rivers networked by canals, - lowland with golden sandy beach
Thrissur
Wayanad
Wayanad, land of paddy fields, mixes tourism with adventure with its mist shrouded peaks, verdant valleys, east flowing rivers , magnificient caves ,largest earth dams , lush islands and rare species of wild life
Wayanad
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