Blessed with a unique geographical location, myriad tropical features and a network of tranquil backwaters, kerala offers the India of your imagination. This narrow, fertile strip of land on the south-western tip of Indian peninsula is one of the ten paradises of the world.
With the Towering Western Ghats to the east and the Arabian Sea to its west, Kerala depicts the nature as has been thought of by the creator Himself. No matter how beautiful a destination you have been to, but Kerala will leave you with a unique taste. Whether it’s the immaculate beaches and backwaters, plantations, hills and house boats, great food, culture, exotic wildlife or the famous rejuvenation therapies, Kerala ensures the experience of a lifetime.
Your wedding event in this “God’s own Country” Kerala is no less than a big fat colorful extravaganza with everyone throwing themselves into the celebration, against some exquisite natural backdrop. Indeed, Kerala is a fast growing wedding destination for those who want to make their special event uniquely romantic. Exotic local feasts, traditional blessings, music and dance, forest gardens, chapels and temples, fine cuisine, boat rides and many more await to shape your dream wedding in Kerala.
Imagine your wedding celebration on a traditional South Indian Houseboat, floating on the tranquil backwaters of Kerala or exchanging wedding vows with your beloved in the midst of extreme wilderness high up in the mountains. Go for the stylish traditional Hindu weddings with elephants, dance and music or wed in the luxury of a converted rice-barge on the backwaters, passing through picturesque hamlets, lush paddy fields, floating markets, local shops, temples and churches. You can spend the night on board or make a pleasant stop over at one of the villages, where you will go for a local feast and celebrations.
From a simple wedding ceremony to something more flamboyant, there is no end to Kerala weddings. Also there is plenty to keep your guests entertained – like cycling tours, cookery tours, nature walk, angling, and yoga and meditation to name a few.