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Pilgrimage Packages


Tirth yatra or pilgrimage remains a an evergreen form of travel in India. For thousands of years, the spiritual minded have embarked on a journey of lifetime to become closer to God. One of the legends says that Parasurama, a mythological figure, created Kerala by throwing his axe from Parasala to Kasargod.

To enhance the feel of Kerala being known as God's own country, the state is obsessed with festivities. You can see Kerala reveling in the celebrations of one or the other festivals all throughout the year. Onam, Christmas, Ramdan, Attukal Pongala, Payippad Jalotsavam, Nehru trophy Boat race, Thrissur Pooram, Navrathri, Deepavali etc. are some of the festivals to name a few.

The origin of Kerala could be traced back to Hinduism; followed by Islamism and Christianity. Today, there are five distinct branches of Christianity in Kerala, the Roman Catholic Church following either Syrian, Latin or Malayalam liturgies, the Orthodox Syrian Church, the Mar Thomas Syrian Church, the Church Of South India and the Nestorian Church. A very few of jain community are still seen in Palakkad.

An affluent culture and traditions followed in Kerala has resulted in immense number of places of worship and pilgrimage. You could see large number of temples, churches and mosques which adds on to the antiquity of the state. One could still witness temples with goddess as main deity. Animism is another form of worship propitiated in Kerala, in Hinduism. Kerala holds plenty of pilgrimage sites; some of the soul-cleansing spots inlude Sabarimala, Malayattoor, Velankanni, Agastyakudam, Maramon Convention, Guruvayoor temple, Bharananganam, Sri Kashi Math temple, Ettumanoor temple, Sivagiri temple, Kodungalloor pilgrimage, St.Xavier's church and Jewish Synagogue.

The whole attraction of the pilgrimage trips to Kerala is that you could enjoy the divinely trip amidst an ethereal feeling of meditation and prayer, experiencing the warm and welcoming climate and nature. Its cool backwaters, luxuriant greenery, and never ending stretch of coconut palms takes you to another level of worship. Thrissur Pooram is one of the most flamboyantly celebrated festivals in Kerala. This jamboree is an epitome of the fact that elephants have a special place in the hearts of the people of Kerala and they seem to play an important role in religious ceremonies at the temples and sacred places of Kerala, South India. Thrissur Pooram gaudily presents an display of 30 valiant elephants.


Come and treasure the experience you take away from each interaction with the heart and culture of Kerala and it’s people.

Guruvayur Temple

Dedicated to the deity Lord Guruvayurappan, the temple at Guruvayur is one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in Kerala, South India. Come and experience a special form of happiness as you get a darshan of Lord Guruvayurappan or Lord Krishna at the temple at Guruvayur, Kerala, South India. Kerala, South India.

Ananthapura Lake Temple

Travel to Ananthapura Lake Temple in Kerala. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, this only Lake Temple in the God's Own Country is the original Seat Of Anathapadmanabha Swami. Devotees from far flung areas travel to Ananthapura Lake Temple to get a darshan of Lord Vishnu.


Sabarimala or Mount Sabari is located at a height of 3,000 meters above the sea level and is a special Hindu pilgrimagededicated to Lord Ayyappan. Kerala Religious Tours with Kerala Travel Tourism to Sabarimala will open up a peaceful and tranquil haven nestled in the green Sahayadri hills in Kerala, South India.

Kannavam Siva Temple

Among Kerala Pilgrimage Destinations, the Kannavam Siva Temple is located close to Thalasserry. While heading towardsMananthavadi, Kannur District, halt at the Kannavam Siva Temple that attracts not only numerous devotees but also a large number of art lovers across the globe.

Amritanandamayi Ashram

The Amritanandamayi Ashram located in Amrithapuri near Vallikavu is one of the most frequented pilgrimage destinations inKerala, South India. Conveniently located the Mata Amritanandamayi Ashram is well connected by road and boat to the important Kerala towns and cities.

Lokanarkavu Temple

The Lokanarkavu Temple in Kerala is devoted to Goddess Durga, Lord Vishnu and Shiva. It is located 5 km away from Vadakara. There are three rock-cut caves located close to the Lokanarkavu Temple in Kerala that showcases an exquisite array of carvings and murals. This fascinating piece of art has alludes a large number of visitors.

Madavoorpara Cave Temple

Popularly referred as God's Own Country, Kerala is a beautiful land dotted with numerous ancient rock-cut cave temples. Amongthese rock-cut cave temples Madavoorpara Cave Temple attracts a large number of devotees. It will take just few kms in the suburbs of Trivandrum from Sreekariyam to reach the Madavoorpara Cave Temple.


Ambalapuzha Temple: The ancient Sree Krishna Temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna is situated 8 miles south of Alappuzha. This temple is famous throughout Kerala for the milk porridge, 'Palpayasam' served here.

Chottanikkara Temple: Chottanikkara temple, located near Ernakulam enshrines Bhagawati - the mother Goddess, one of the most popular deities in Kerala. Enroute is the Poornatrayesa temple at Tripunittura. The Devi is worshipped along with Lord Vishnu. Together, they are known as Lakshminarayana

Kalpathy Temple: The Vishwanatha Swamy shrine, the oldest Shiva temple is situated 3 kms from Palakkad. The annual chariot temple is a gala event. The annual 'Ratholsavam' or Chariot Festival at Sree Viswanantha Swamy temple lasts for seven days.

Mangla Devi Temple: Mangala devi temple, the ancient temple is located 15 kms from Thekkady. It lies hidden in the dense woods at the top of a peak 1337 m above sea level. The temple is built in the traditional Kerala style of architecture.

Oachira Temple: Oachira is unique place of worship with neither a structure to house an idol nor an idol around which temples are usually built. The presiding deity at this sanctum-sanctorum is the abstract principle of the 'Parabrahmam' or the 'Divine Omnipresence' or 'Universal Conciousness'.

Thali Temple: Thali Temple, located downtown is an important temple of the erstwhile Zamorin Kingdom of Kozhikode. The temple is famous for the 'Revathi Pattathanam', an annual competition of pedagogic skills.

Thirunavaya Navamukunda Temple: Thiruvanaya Navamukunda Temple, near Ponnani in Malappuram district is situated on the banks of the river Bharathapuzha. Holding immense historical importance, this is the place where 'Mamangam', a grand assembly of the rulers of Kerala was held here once every 12 years, in olden times.

Thiruvalla Temple: Thiruvalla Temple is one of the largest temples of Kerala and a fine specimen of its traditional style of temple architecture. The temple has many shrines though it is mainly dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

Vaikom Temple: Parasurama, the mythical founder of Kerala, is said to have built a temple here dedicated to Lord Shiva. The twelve-day festival of the temple falls in November -December, and is celebrated with classical dance and music performances.

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