Attractive packages (Including all).....2N Munnar – 1N Thekkady - 1N Houseboat (5 Days / 4 Nights - INR 9,750/-) ||||||||||| 2N Munnar - 1N Houseboat (4 Days / 3 Nights – INR 8,250/-)|||||||||| 2N Munnar - 1N Thekkady (4 Days / 3 Nights – INR 5,900/- )|||||||||| 2N Munnar (3 Days / 2 Nights - INR 4,200/-) |||||||||| 1N Wayanad (2 Days / 1 Night - INR 3200/-)

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Shopping

Shopping in Kerala is a treat for almost all the travelers on a holiday in Kerala. With a variety of products that can be considered to be the specialty products of Kerala range from artistic handicrafts to the most colorful saris possible, Kerala is truly a shopper's paradise. Kerala is famous for its ivory carvings, pottery, gold and silver brocaded fabrics and ceramic products since ancient days. A must-buy is saris with golden borders, which are made by dipping the material in a 22 karat gold solution.

 

The handicrafts are made with ivory, bamboo, palm leaves, sea shells, wood, coconut shells, clay, clothes, metals and stones, Natural dyes and natural sustainable materials are most wanted for tourists. Miniature Kathakali masks made of paper mache or wood are a very popular tourist buy. ‘Coir’, the Nature’s wonder fiber is extracted from the protective husk of the Coconut.


Floor coverings, door mats, floor matting and rugs, crush-proof pile carpets and flowered Mourzouks made from coir can buy from major centers like Alleppey, Kollam and Calicut. Kerala is also a land of spices. Spices are used in medicines, preservatives, perfumes and above all in cooking, so tourists can by them while shopping in Kerala.

The 'kerala kasavu sarees' are praised by the women all over India for their fineness and natural colours, Kerala is also known for its unbleached cotton handloom crepe popularly known as 'kora' cloth this has entered in the foreign market and occupied a proud place in the garment industry.

 

Kochi city is known for its textiles, readymade garments, jewellery, antiques, handicrafts, and spices. The commercial capital of Kerala Ernakulam, is the bustling business city which is a trend-setter for fashions. India’s largest fabric shops and wedding centers are here where everything required for groom and bride, such as cloths, dresses, ornaments, cosmetics, foot wear etc are available under a roof. The shops in Jew Street sell antique pieces of crockery, carved wooden furniture, bronze and brass sculptures, jewellery, Coir handicrafts, masks depicting various mythological characters (worn by Kathakli performers, Theyyams and other classical dances) are important products and many other things.

 

Kumily in Idukki district is a main shopping center and spice trade center. Aranmula is well-known for its metal mirrors, a unique craft that is not found anywhere else in the world.

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