Blue skies and sizzling waters….the vessels propelled over the rolling waves to reach the green fringe of land at the distant horizon…the magic
shrouded in a knit of palm leaves…many came and left…but the mystery lives on…yet to be explored.
For thousands of years, Malabar was the seat of trade and commerce in erstwhile Kerala.
Malabar was the centre of all spice trade and it attracted navigators and traders from all across the globe. After a brief disappearance from the global map of destinations,
Malabar is all set to recaptivate its glorious past. Its mysteries are still nestled in the greenery of Western Ghats and sparkling blue Arabian sea.
Filled with long stretches of rivers,
secluded beaches, gorgeous mountains, Malabar is a safe haven for mythical gods and their mystical art forms. The cultural and religious blend of Malabar offers colourful festivals, exotic cuisines and
unique historical spots. All its grandeur spreading across various districts of Northern Kerala.
Today, Malabar Tourism is a weave of adventure, culture, pilgrimage, culinary, ecology
and rejuvenation. Malabar is connected to rest of the country by well circuited rail and road. It also houses an International airport at Kozhikode, the head quarter of northern Kerala.
Malabar's relatively unscathed beauty AND pristine environment IS a refreshing experience FOR ANY traveler.