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A 600km stretch of Arabian Sea coastline is punctuated by the golden beaches of Kovalam. Yet Kerala is so much more; reside on a majestic houseboat in the backwaters of Cochin, dine on the famed delicately spiced seafood of the region or rejuvenate in one of the many ayurvedic spa's offering a variety of holistic treatments.
Sample delicious local dishes, often served on a banana leaf
Discover Kerala's rich and colourful history
Beautiful beaches, rustic seaside villages and spice ports jostle next to the sleepy tropical backwaters
We currently feature 6 luxury hotels and villas in Kerala
Cochin, Kerala, India
Resurrected from the remains of a Victorian shipbuilding yard, Brunton Boatyard blends in perfectly with its colonial era surroundings.
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Malabar House at Fort Cochin is a documented part of Fort Cochin and Kerala's historical fabric and is ideally located for sightseeing, shopping and backwater cruises
A unique mix of classic and contemporary, Vivanta by Taj - Malabar has been gracefully finished to reflect the inherent beauty of Cochin
Kumarakom, Kerala, India
Enjoy a short boat trip along a narrow canal lined with wildflowers before being greeted at Coconut Lagoon with a reviving coconut cocktail, just the beginning of your authentic Keralan adventure.
Mararikulam, Kerala, India
A traditional way of life inspires Marari Beach, from palm thatch roofs to the hotel's rigorous eco-practices.
Periyar, Kerala, India
Check-in at Spice Village, a mountain tribal village. Absorb the sights and sounds of nature and completely relax.
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Explore Kerala's famous backwaters or discover quaint fishing villages.
Spend a night on a Kerelan houseboat. These beautiful traditional rice barges have been converted into simple yet comfortable accommodations, featuring an ensuite bedroom with a open plan lounge, dining area and deck. A Keralan houseboat offers a perfect vantage point from which to view the tropical backwaters.
Visit the beaches of Kovalam, some of the most pristine in India, with shallow waters and gentle waves. Excellent accommodation options and wonderful bars and restaurants add to the experience.
Kochi (formely Cochin) is an enticing mixture of east meets west. Overlooking the Arabian Sea, it was once an important port on the spice route. Stroll through the streets adorned with impressive buildings from Kochi's British, Dutch and Portuguese past. In the evenings head to the harbour and watch the fisherman tend to their picturesque fishing nets.