Kerala Backwaters are the most famous tourist attraction of Kerala. The palm-bordered, peaceful and relaxing backwaters were once just the state’s business freeway. The backwaters in Kerala have been also used for carrying and transporting needs of people, the particularly business of coconut, rice, spices, and rubber. Know about Kerala backwaters tour and it will […]

The name “Sunderban” comes from Sundari and ban, which, once combined, means that “the forests of Sundari”-an obvious relation to the massive mangrove trees. The 1,330 square kilometre area of forest was established as a National Park on 4th May 1984. The Sunderban had earlier been selected as a Tiger Reserve forest in December 1973. After […]

Ranthambore- Place of Wild Tigers Stretched across 1,334 sq. kilometres, the Ranthambore national park is a home to the royal predator’s habitation in the royal land of Rajasthan. Tigers being the most attraction of the park and easily fetch a large number of wildlife photographers. whereas enjoying a safari in Ranthambore, you’ll be enthralled by […]

Ayurveda in Kerala is the most established original and traditional system of medicine in India. The medication is based on several centuries of awareness in medical practice. Ayurveda is originated in the early civilisations of India some 3000-5000 years ago making Kerala, “the Land of Ayurveda”, a distinct, unique and natural branch of medicine and […]