Trivandrum (Kovalam)  
Located in the southwestern tip of India. Thiruvananthapuram is bound by the Arabian Sea in the West and Tamil Nadu in the East. Named after Anantha Padmanabha or Lord Vishu, the City is home to many ancient temples. But the landmark is the Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple around Which the City has been built on seven low hills. The wooded highlands of the Western Ghats in the eastern and northeastern borders give Thiruvananthapuram some the most enchanting picnic sports.
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  One of the leading trade capitals of the Old World, Kollam is the centre of the Country's cashew trading and processing industry. Excellent by Macro Polo and lbn Batuta in glowing terms, this was once a famous port of international spice trade. Thirty percent of this historic town is covered by the renowned Ashtamudi Lake making it the gateway to the magnificent backwaters of Kerala.
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Pathanamthitta (Aranmula)  
A hilly Territory of pristine beaty, Pathanamthitta is popular as the headquarters of pilgrim worship in Kerala. Three rivers course through its rich terrains comprising natural divisions of the lowlands, the midlands and the highlands. Dotted with temples, rivers, mountain ranges and cocnut groves, more than fifty percent of the total area of this region is covered by forests.
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Alappuzha (Ashtamudi Backwaters, Kuttanad, Pathiramanal)  
Reffered to as the Venice of East by travelers from across the world, Alappuzha is a district of immense natural beauty, Caressed by the Arabian Sea in the west and a vast network of lakes, lagoons and freshwater rivers criss crossing it, this backwater country shelters some unique animal and bird life.
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Acalaimed as the land of letters, latex and lakes, Kottayam has the distinction of being the first-ever fully literature municipal town in India. This land also boasts of the first English educational centre in South India as well as the first Malayalam printing press which was established by Benjamin Bailey, a Christian missionary, in 1820 AD.
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Idukki (Munnar, Thekkady)  
Kerala's Largest district, Idukki is one of the most nature-rich areas of the State. A landlocked region, here, high ranges and wooded Valleys are girded by three main rivers-Periyar, Thalayar and Thodupuzhayar - and their tributaries. Powering Kerala with one-third of the State's electricity.
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Ernakulam (Cochin)  
Located on the coast of the Arabian Sea with Kottayam and Alapuzzha districts in the east and Thrissur in the north, Ernakulam is a booming business metrololis. A Fascinating mixture of the old and the new, the district comprises many intersting cities including Kochi (Cochin), the commercial capital ofKerala.
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The Cultural Capital of Kerala, Thrissur is synonymous with the world famous and spectacular Pooram Festival The abode of several prominent culture centers including the Kerala Kalamandalam, Sahitya Academy and Sangeetha Nataka Academy, Thrissur has an extraordinarily rich past as well as a vibrant present. From ancient times, this district with its cultural heritage and archaeological wealth has played a significant role in the political history of South India.
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Palakkad (Silent Valley National Park)  
Celebrated as the granary of Kerala, Palakkad is a vast expanse of verdant plains interspersed with hils, rivers, mountain streams and forests. The gateway to Kerala from the north, 40 Kilometre break in the mountains known as the Palakkad Gap gives access to this land situated at the foot of the Western Ghats. The pass acts as a corridor between Kerala and neighbouring Tamil Nadu and played a major role in the trade contacts between east and west coasts of peninsular India.
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Malappuram (Nilambur)  
Enriched by three great rivers flowing through it-the Chaliyar,Kadalundi and the Bharathapuzha,Malappuram has a rich and eventful history.The military headquarters of the Zamorins of Kozhikode since ancient times,this district was the venue for many of the Mappila revolts (Uprising against the British East India Company in Kerala) between 1792 and 1921.Malappuram ,literally a land atop hills ,hills has contributed much to the cultural heritage of Kerala.
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Kozhikode (Calicut)  
A mighty seaport where Arab, Chinese and East African traders once converged , Kozhikode was previously the most important region of the Malabar Coast.Vasc da Gama landed on its shores in 1498,catapulating the region to global fame.Once the capital of the powerful Zamorins and a prominent trade and commerce centre, the winds of change have swept over this charming coastal land from time to time.
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Wayanad (Vythiri)  
A bio-diverse region spread across 2,132 square kilometers on the lofty Western Ghats ,Wayanad is one of the few districts in Kerala that has been able to retain its pristine nature.Hidden away in the hills of this land are some of the oldest tribes , as yet untouched by civilization.
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The cradle of many a colorful folk art form like Theyyam.Kannur is said to be the ancient port ofNature , from whose shores king Solomon's ships collected timber to build the great temple of Jerusalem.Known even to the Greeks, Romans and the Arabs, Kannur's trade links goes back a long way.Acclaimed by celebrated travel Marco Polo as the great emporium of the spice trade,
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World renowned for its handloom and industries. Kasaragod, the northernmost district of Kerala has a 293 kilometere long coastline. The tranquil place is famous as the land of gods,sea-kissed forts, majestic hills, rivers and delightful beaches. Rich in history, Kasaragod is home to the largest and best preserved fort in the state-bekal.
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