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About Kerala

Kerala, often hailed as the Gem of South India, is a rich blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Our mission is to foster cultural understanding and lasting connections between the United Kingdom and Kerala.

In our vision for Kerala, we aim to captivate travelers, drawing them into a realm of extraordinary experiences. We want to make Kerala an irresistible destination, enticing visitors from the United Kingdom to uncover hidden treasures and unique wonders in ‘God’s Own Country.’

Our vision goes beyond scenic beauty to showcase Kerala as a haven for rejuvenation. We invite travelers to relax on pristine beaches, experience authentic Ayurvedic therapies, and savor the delicious flavors of South Indian cuisine.

Our goal is to showcase Kerala’s rich cultural heritage, arts, crafts, and festivals through various initiatives such as cultural exchanges, exhibitions, and performances. By doing so, we aim to promote Kerala and elevate Kerala’s image as a vibrant and culturally diverse state.

Keralites in UK

An estimated 10,000 UK visas were issued to Keralites monthly between January and October this year, according to Chandru Iyer, British Deputy High Commissioner to Kerala and Karnataka. They included student, tourist, and business visas. Around one lakh people from the State have gone to the UK since January 2023.

What is Kerala Famous For?

Natural Beauty: Kerala’s lush landscapes, serene backwaters, and pristine beaches offer a refreshing escape for travelers. Explore tranquil backwaters, spice-scented plantations, and the serenity of pristine beaches – an ideal choice for nature enthusiasts.

Cultural Richness: Kerala boasts a vibrant cultural tapestry with festivals, traditional dance forms like Kathakali, and ancient rituals. Visitors are drawn to immerse themselves in these unique customs, experiencing warm hospitality and creating unforgettable connections with the destination.

Wellness Focus: Kerala is a hub for holistic wellness, providing authentic Ayurvedic treatments and rejuvenating spa experiences. Travelers seeking wellness tourism are enticed by Kerala’s expertise in Ayurveda, offering a perfect balance of relaxation and cultural exploration through massages, yoga retreats, and tranquil surroundings.

Kerala offers a diverse array of attractions that cater to every traveler’s needs, making it a must-visit destination. Here are some compelling reasons why people travel to Kerala:

Kerala's Top 3 Destinations

The top 3 locations to explore in Kerala. These are the most famous places currently in Kerala. 

We as a travel agency aim to promote the hidden gems of Kerala along with these famous places. There are a lot of places like Vagamon, Poovar Island, Marari Beach, etc. which have not been tapped by travel agencies which could potentially boost Kerala and its economy.


Nestled in the Western Ghats, Munnar is a picturesque hill station renowned for its lush tea plantations, misty valleys, and serene lakes.


Travelers can embark on boat safaris along the Periyar Lake, spot diverse wildlife including elephants and tigers, and indulge in activities like bamboo rafting and nature walks.


Visitors can unwind on the golden sands, enjoy rejuvenating Ayurvedic treatments, and partake in activities such as surfing, snorkeling, and catamaran rides.

Kerala's Top 3 Monumental Places

These iconic landmarks in Kerala attract a plethora of visitors seeking cultural enrichment, historical insights, and awe-inspiring experiences. Each place exudes its distinct ambiance and holds significant historical importance, shaping Kerala’s monumental landscape.

Our target audience for these destinations primarily encompasses individuals aged 40-45+, who can be effectively reached through offline marketing channels. This demographic often travels in large groups and represents a valuable segment of Kerala.

Jatayu Earth's Center

Jatayu Earth's Center

A colossal rock sculpture dedicated to Jatayu, a mythical bird from the Indian epic Ramayana, offering stunning views and adventure activities amidst natural beauty.

Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi

A historic seaside area with colonial-era architecture, vibrant street art, and the iconic Chinese fishing nets, reflecting Kerala's rich cultural heritage.

Padmanabhapuram Palace:

Padmanabhapuram Palace

A magnificent wooden palace showcasing exquisite Kerala architecture, intricate wood carvings, and a glimpse into the region's royal history.

Food Culture

Traditional Dishes

Kerala's culinary repertoire includes a wide array of traditional dishes such as appam (rice pancake), puttu (steamed rice cake), idiyappam (string hoppers), and dosa (fermented crepe). These dishes are often served with accompaniments like sambar (vegetable stew) and coconut chutney.

Use of Coconut

Coconut is a staple ingredient in Kerala's cooking, used in various forms such as grated, shredded, coconut milk, and coconut oil. It adds a unique sweetness and richness to dishes, enhancing their taste and aroma.

Spices and Aromatics

Kerala is known as the "Land of Spices," and its cuisine reflects this abundance. Aromatic spices like black pepper, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, and turmeric are used generously, imparting depth and complexity to dishes.

Ayurvedic Cuisine

Kerala is also known for its Ayurvedic cuisine, which emphasizes the use of fresh, seasonal ingredients and cooking methods that enhance health and well-being. Ayurvedic dishes are believed to balance the body's doshas (energies) and promote overall wellness.