- Zoological Gardens
- Shankhumugham Beach
- The Napier Museum
Also known as Thiruvananthapuram, the seaside capital of Kerala state, Trivandrum is one place where you can expect to enjoy the most relaxing vacation of your life. Let out the stress, forget all about the boring chaotic life, get in touch with the beauty of nature and explore everything that describes beauty. Book your Trivandrum Tour with us and cherish each day of your tour forever. Surrounded by numerous hills and hillocks on which stand building and parks Trivandrum Tour will let you explore a wonderful culmination of both man and nature. As you book your Trivandrum Tour, you can marvel at the mesmerizing sunsets, lagoons fringed by coconut groves bordering its beautiful lagoons, aromatic spice and coffee plantations and cool breeze provide. All these together are sure to give you the ultimate experience of a true vacation. In fact food lovers too can enjoy a wide range of exotic seafood cuisines of Kerala that will tickle your taste buds and give you memories you will never forget. You will be interested to know the fact that the city is also nicknamed as the 'City of Seven Hills' and was once a very popular port where Romans, Jews, Arabs and Christians came frequently.
Aaranmula Boat Race:
So what is the wait for? Book your Trivandrum Tour with us right away and explore the beauty of nature. The abundant natural beauty of the city is inconceivable. Enjoy the mix of traditional and modern cultures and take back home a wide array of wonderful memories of each day of your stay wit your Trivandrum Tour.
Major Attractions of Trivandrum Tours:
This is one of the most fascinating celebrations that you must witness on your Trivandrum Tour. It held every year in the beautiful village of Aaranmula in August/ September. At the end of the race, a traditional feast is organized inside the temple premises by devotees. The venue of the annual Snake Boat Race in Pampa River, characterized by huge boats having four helmsmen, 100 rowers, and 25 singers, who sing Vanchipattu songs throughout the race.
Also do not forget to take a Trivandrum Tour to this Beach. This place is also considered an important Hindu center of pilgrimage India. High cliffs with rich mineral springs rise majestically from the coastline. The 2,000-year-old Janardana Swamy Temple and the Nature Center form the major attractions here. This beach has been included in the list of "Top Ten Beaches in the World" by Discovery Channel.
This is the second highest peak in Kerala. With 61 km of trekking from Bonacaud, and 32 km from Neyyar Dam, this peak is regarded as the best trekking destination in the state. The peak is popular among the native people because of the abundance of rare herbs for medicinal use. Here you will be fascinated to view the thick forests, which makes trekking ideal. A visit to this place on your Trivandrum Tour would be an enchanting experience as the only sounds you hear while trekking are the swish of gigantic trees, gurgling water rivulets, and warbling of aero-fauna.
This beautiful Lake is situated 3 Kms away from Ulloor junction, in Trivandrum city. Here you will also find a children's park which is one of the biggest parks in Kerala. Enjoy the calm atmosphere clubbed with serene natural beauty and rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. The boat club, located beside the lake, offering joy riders with small peddle boats adds more excitement to the enjoyable trip.
Aruvippuram: This is a pilgrim center located in a picturesque location. It is 24 Kms from Trivandrum. This is also considered as a lovely picnic spot where major festival celebrated like Sivrathri.
Beema Palli Mahotsavam:
Beema Palli is a mosque situated on the coast, nearly 5 km south of Trivandrum city. Here you will come across a shrine is dedicated to Beema Beevi, a pious Muslim lady believed to have divine powers. You will definitely be amazed at the great architectural marvel of the mosque.
Kuthiramalika Palace Museum:
Kuthiramalika Palace Museum, a classic specimen of Kerala architecture is situated in 'Kuthiramalika'. This palace was built by warrior-poet Swathi Thirunal Balrama Varma. The palace displays a rare specimen of Travancore style architecture, although it attracts people even with its exquisite wood carvings. The palace museum displays an invaluable collection of paintings of the royal family.
The museum is a landmark of the city and displays beautiful artifacts related to art and natural history. The architecture of the museum is unparalleled, built in Indo-Saracen style architecture with its gothic style roofs and minarets, boasting of a natural air conditioning system. The museum houses various archaeological and historic artifacts. The museum shares its compound with a zoological garden.
How to Reach:
By Air: Trivandrum has an international airport in the city. Major public and private including a number of international airlines operate regular flights to and from Trivandrum.
By Road: An extensive road network connects Trivandrum with most of the cities in Kerala like Kochi, Alleppey and Kumarakom. You can also approach the city from other south Indian cities like: Chennai, Bangalore.
By Rail: Trivandrum is a major Railway Station in India. Key destinations in Kerala and South India are linked to Trivandrum by rail.