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The beautiful and naturally wealthy Kerala landscape is strikingly outlined by a long and ravishing coastline constituting numerous beaches, dotted with rows of palm trees on the borders. The fact that the beaches of Kerala are well maintained, neatly kept and securely guarded, makes them an obvious option to choose for people looking out for tranquil holidays under the sun. All beaches are well surrounded by an array of hotels and lounges, from luxurious 5 star hotels to decent but economical ones as well as traditional heritage homes and lavish cottages.

Kovalam Beach
Famous for the colorful festival of Carnival on the New Year eve, the beach site of Cochin or Kochi is a prominent commercial hub of India comprising of peninsulas and islands. The port of Cochin or Kochi became a center of trade and commerce with foreigners, when the Portuguese, the Dutch and later the British.

Varakala Beach
Away from the noise and tension of an urban life, lies an isolated beach in Kerala called Varkala, just 54 km from Thiruvananthapuram. With everything a beach can offer, the beach resort is also widely known for mineral springs near the beach.

Kochi Beach
Famous for the colorful festival of Carnival on the New Year eve, the beach site of Cochin or Kochi is a prominent commercial hub of India comprising of peninsulas and islands. The port of Cochin or Kochi became a center of trade and commerce with foreigners, when the Portuguese, the Dutch and later the British.

Kapped Beach
Stepping on the sandy land of Kappad Beach evokes mental faculties of the tourist who try to imagine how would it have looked to watch Vasco Da Gama land centuries ago on this very land, in the May of 1498, with 170 men in three vessels.