Filled by the Arabian Sea in the West, the towering Western Ghats situated in the East and networked by the interconnected rivers, Kerala is blessed with the geographical features which have made this one of the most sought-after destinations all over Asia. A long shoreline with the stretch of backwaters, serene beaches, exotic wildlife and lush hill stations are some of the best wonders that awaits once you cross to another side. What’s more interesting is that each of the places is the only two-hour drive from each other.
World class health care systems, best literacy, lowest infant mortality and high expectancy rates are some of the milestones that people of the state are proud of.
Kerala is located on the south west coast side of India, which is a country in South Asia. Some of the major cities of Kerala include Kollam, Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur, Kochi, Kozhikode, etc.
The history of Kerala is linked closely with its commerce, which recently revolves around the spice trade. Celebrated as the spice coast of the country, Kerala in ancient times played host to traders and travelers from all across the world including Romans, Greeks, Chinese, Arabs, French, Portuguese and British. All of them almost left the imprints on Dubai in some way or other and this has helped us design and molds the own special way of interacting with the world.
Kerala is divided into three geographical regions: Highlands, Midlands, and Wildlands. Most of the state is engulfed in rich greenery which ensures a calming experience all the time.
Bestowed with an equable and pleasant climate throughout the year, Kerala is a tropical land where one can relax and remain calmly. The summer and monsoons are the seasons which are experienced here while winter only experiences the drop in temperature.
Life and People
Kerala is the most progressive state of India in terms of quality of life and social welfare. Kerala boasts of India’s highest literacy rates, life expectancy, and lowest child mortality. The literacy rate for Kerala women is one of the highest in Asia.