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The name 'Keralam' or 'Kerala', as it was adopted by the English language, comes from the Malayalam words 'Keram' meaning Coconut Palm and 'Alam' meaning Land or Place. Keralam is therefore 'The Land of Coconut Palm'. The state has 14 districts.

God's Own Country`, this enchanting tropical territory fits the mythical notion of Eden and is fast turning into one of the most sought after destinations of the world. Kerala is a land of myriad experiences with something for everyone. There is a plethora of delightful sights on offer, each more fascinating than the other. The labyrinthine backwaters that sensuously weave their way through the land; quaint hamlets that adorn picture postcard hills blanketed in green; miles and miles of palm fringed beaches awash with sugary sand that hem the shoreline; an astounding variety of flora and fauna; exquisitely ornate temples, churches and mosques; the balmy, salubrious climate; a cultured and courteous people; a rich and colourful tradition of festivals, arts and crafts - all add up to make Kerala an idyllic get-away destination.

How To Reach ?
By Flight : There are 3 airports in Kerala-Trivandrum International Airport, Kochi(Ernakulam) International Airport and Calicut Airport. These airports are connected with most of the international airports in other parts of the world.
By Rail : There are trains to Kerala from most of the major indian cities. There are direct trains to Kerala from Delhi, Mumbai, Madras, Bangalore ,Kolkata and other major cities of India.
By Road : Kerala is directly connected by road with 2 states-Karnataka and Tamilnadu.Kerala is connected with other major cities of India through National Highways.

August to March (for exploring Kerala); April and August (for getting Ayurvedic treatments)

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