Kerala is Homestay capital of India with a variety of homestays / Small owner managed stays highlighting and facilitating different Kerala experiences.
Plantation Bungalows - There are number of plantation bungalows around Kerala. All having a sense of history and a distinct charm.
Periyar Reserve Experience - Periyar is where guests arrive for activities around the Periyar reserve. There are number of Homestays here that serve local cuisine and facilitate these activities
Rainforests / Tree Houses - Highlands ex-Calicut in North Kerala are where one can find tropical rainforests. The area offers nature centric / activity experience with a rainforest / plantation backdrop.
Backwater Stay - Area South of Alleppey, known as Kuttanad region is renowned for its Backwaters, which gives Kerala "Venice of the East" tag. Here guests stay in a backwater homestay and experience cuisine, craft, culture and lifestyle of the area.
Fisherman Village - Marari is an archetypical fisherman village and a beach. There are number of homestays around them that are popular with inbound guests.
Idyllic Beaches with culture and heritage - North Kerala, area north of Calicut and South of Mangalore has a number of idyllic beaches where there are Homestays around Kannur / Bekal area
Fort Cochin Stay - Guests to Fort Cochin love to walk around, enjoy bicycle ride, visit heritage monuments, enjoy a quiet dinner at one of the many small and charming restaurants and visit Greenix cultural centre for a round of Kerala culture and craft.
Craft, Culture, Temples and Festivals - There are number of homstays in Palakkad area that facilitate Art and Cultural experience.
Serious Ayurveda Cure - There are Homestays / Small Resorts such as Sarovaram in Kollam and Hari Vihar near Calicut which focuses on Ayurveda while providing a very good personalised stay experience.
Bird Watching - Thattekad is one area which is very popular for Bird Watching. There are a few experiential homestays around it.
Cuisine - Kerala cuisine as does most of the ethnic cuisine elsewhere in India uses extensively uses ingredients that are locally grown. Homestays are typically where one finds authentic Kerala cuisine.