The travel site, Kerala Tours, is home to on line reservation to luxury travel tours to Kerala where in tourists can undertake adventure travel tours to Kerala, located in South India. A travel tour to Kerala's adventure locations, Kerala, South India, would showcase it to be rich with sightings of a naturally endowed Kerala and its attendant picture postcard charm, and the attraction of its myriad variety of travel destinations. A travel tour undertaken to the sites of adventure tourism in Kerala, Kerala, South India, is profuse with hill stations and the mesmerizing water world, that is, the backwaters of Kerala, located in Kerala, South India.

India has been a bit slow into commercially exploiting its rich natural heights, waterfalls and galactic glaciers and marketing its old world bounties to the new world enthusiasts. This is what adventure tourism is all about, which by all means is tourism with a difference. An adventure travel tour to Kerala, located in South India, would include activities and outdoor engagements of the order of hiking and camping in the Periyar Tiger reserve which will send the tourist's adrenaline racing. An adventure travel tour to Kerala will showcase activities of the order of canoeing, bird tours and other outdoor activities and so will a visit to the travel site, Kerala Tours. A travel tour to adventure spots in Kerala, South India, would also include water sports like kayaking, catamaran riding, scuba diving, snorkeling and wind surfing.

The heights of Munnar are also home to the royal and challenging sport of paragliding in Munnar, located in Kerala, South India. Wildlife trekking tours also form an intrinsic part of travel tours to places of adventure tourism in Kerala, South India.

Kerala has over 900 km of interconnected waterways, rivers, lakes and inlets that make up the Kerala backwaters. In the midst of this beautiful landscape there are a number of towns and cities, which are the starting and end points of backwater cruises. National Waterway No. 3 from Kollam to Kottapuram, covers a distance of 205 km and runs almost parallel to the coast line of southern Kerala facilitating both cargo movement and backwater tourism.

The backwaters have a unique ecosystem - freshwater from the rivers meets the seawater from the Arabian Sea. In certain areas, such as the Vembanad Kayal, where a barrage has been built near Kumarakom, salt water from the sea is prevented from entering the deep inside, keeping the fresh water intact. Such fresh water is extensively used for irrigation purposes.