Once again, Neelakurinji blooms here!

Once again, Neelakurinji blooms here!

From August to October 2018 at Munnar, Kerala, south India

Munnar, the queen of hills welcomes you to the fascination of the blossom of Neelakurinji (Strobilanthes kunthianus).  Neelakurinji blooms once in every 12 years. “Neela” means Blue and Kurinji is the name of the flower in regional language- Malayalam. Kerala tourism and Idukki district authority will make all arrangement to welcome the tourists all around the world.

Tourists can also experience the nearby attractions like Rajamala national park, famous for the protection of endangered species Varayadu or The Nilgiri tahr, Devikulam hill station, Mattupetty Dam, Indo-swiss project, Marayur, Kanthalloor, Periyar and Vattavada village.

Come, explore once in a twelve year wonder.


Kerala, the paradise calling you…

Kerala, the paradise of earth in South India, also known as God’s own country,   is a magical Destination. Every knook and corner offers a magical visual wonder to its visitors. Kerala is blessed with the beauty of Mother nature. Keralam means the land of coconut trees in the regional language. The  most fascinating hill stations like Munnar , Waynad, Ponmudi, Kuttikanam and  Devikulam, charming  back waters , house boats, placid lakes, fresh water fishing, Chinese fishing nets, beaches, fisher folks, sea food , boat races, water falls, lakes, spice plantations, teak, tea and coffee estate, tropical forests, paddy fields, amazing village life, Ayurveda: an ancient system of healing closely related to mother nature, spectacular temple festivals like Thrissur pooram, Uthralikkavu pooram, Chinakkathur pooram, Nenmara Vallangi vela, Arattupuzha pooram, Ochira festival and Thipunithura Athachamayam , Vibrant dance and art forms like Kathakali (A classic dance form), Theyyam, Padayani, Mohiniyattam, Ottam thullal, Chakyar koothu, Nangyar koothu, Mayoora nritham and Poothanum thirayum, unique architecture, attire and jewellery, mouthwatering cuisine especially Kerala Sadhya: a traditional feast on a plantain leaf with unique kerala dishes like Olan, Kalan, ishtu, Sambhar, Eriseri,  Koottukari, Aviyal, Pappadam, Inchikari, Pachadi, Naranga kari, Moru, Rasam and Payasam, Kappa and Karimeen porichathu, Toddy, Meen mulakittathu… the list goes on.

Come, experience the fascinating charm of the magical land called Kerala.



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