Kerala is a small state in South West India situated on the coast of the Arabian Sea. It has beautiful landscapes, lush palm groves and sleepy fishing villages. Hailed as a paradise, Kerala considered a showcase for a progressive multicultural, open and educated India. Nowhere in the country is the rate of illiteracy so low and life expectancy so high as in Kerala.

It is one of the most pleasant, lovely and relaxing destinations in the Indian subcontinent.

Missionaries, Maharajas and Marxists in Kerala created a remarkable harmony, a model for the multi-ethnic state of India. Here, Christians, Hindus and Muslims live harmoniously side by side. The Keralites are mostly fishermen and farmers, who face a stranger with much curiosity, warmth and openness.

In South India there is a break-even year-round tropical climate with temperatures between 25 ° C and 33 ° C. It is hot in April/May.

The monsoon lasts from June to August, bringing brief heavy rain with the sun shining in between. The northern monsoon is weaker and begins in October. It rains only at night, in the day-time the sun shines. The Geethanjali is open all year round. An Ayurveda treatment is most effective during the monsoon. At this time, the oils are particularly well absorbed by the body. Those who want to escape the European winter come between November and February. For patients with rheumatism the hot months of February/March/April are most suitable.