To know the spirit of Kerala, turn to the livelihood practices of the people in this land that collectively forms the backbone of this state. Fishing, more than just a livelihood, has grabbed the attention of tourists seeking to learn the nuances of the practice.
There is no one way to fish here. There’s angling, fishing using bow and arrow, fishing with nets, fishing with bamboo traps and the peculiar practice of Vellavali. Learn it from the masters!
The temple is considered the epicentre of Onam celebrations across Kerala.
Annually the church witnesses the participation of a large number of people from around the globe.
Thousands of devotees immersed in prayers carrying wooden crosses of different sizes and ambling up a hill; a whole village getting decked up and readying itself to welcome these pilgrims.
Once a year, the River Pamba gets enlivened as an elaborately decorated snake boat glides across its placid waters bearing the provisions for a grand feast
Pooram Purappadu, Uthram Vilakku and Vrischika Ekadasi are the popular festivals
Discover the thrills & chills of festivities here!
Responsible Tourism (RT) Mission is all about “making better places for people to live in and better places for people to visit.” RT Mission is the nodal agency formed by the Government of Kerala to spread and implement the ideologies and initiatives of Responsible Tourism all over the State.
Chinese fishing nets colloquially known as Cheena vala is common sight in the backwaters of Kerala especially around Fort Kochi. Vasco da Gama Square, the narrow walkway that runs along the Fort Kochi beach.