Two states, Kerala and Tamilnadu share the Southern part of the Indian Peninsula. To the west is the narrow state of Kerala running along the Arabian Sea Coast of India. The Western Ghats, the Coastal Plains, a long Coastline and the network of backwaters make Kerala what it is.
Closest distance from the equator - 8°18’
Farthest distance from the equator - 12°48’
Minimum Width – 35 Km
Maximum Width – 120 Km
Located in the Tropical Belt, Kerala has a fairly uniform weather and copious rainfall. This added to the variety in its physical features and its predominant coastal influence makes Kerala an ideal location for travel at all seasons and for all reasons.