The 10-days long vibrant Kerala Village Fair revolves around dance, music, food and exhibitions which are known as “Gramam” in the local ethnicity. It is held every year during mid-January at Kovalam Beach which is a favorite hotspot of tourists visiting Kerala.
After a long 717 years, the most awaited festival of Malabar – Perumkaliyattam Mahotsavam that offers an electrifying blend of rhythmic steps and hypnotic chants is all set to feast your senses with colours, sights and sounds.
The colourful and vibrant festivals of Kerala are an added delight amidst the matchless natural beauty of the state and to be a part of it is a lifetime experience. In this blog, we like to share with you Top Festivals of Kerala in 2020.
Thikkodi Beach is located just 36 Km away from Kozhikode city. Being the first drive-in beach in Kozhikode and the second of its kind in Kerala, the Thikkodi Beach is sure to attract many driving enthusiasts offering them an unforgettable experience of driving along the vast stretch of sandy shores.
If you are seeking an alluring honeymoon destination to holiday with the love of your life, look no further than Kerala. From spellbinding mist-clad hill stations to relaxing palm-lined beaches, Kerala offers a wide range of idyllic settings for couples to enjoy their first romantic vacation.