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Welcome to Kerala

Kerala to experience one of the most favored destinations for all travelers. The countless of experiences that await you will surely make your trip a remarkable visit. Tourists from various countries and walks of life visit the Kerala for a rendezvous with nature and culture. Be it a honeymoon, a solo journey or a family vacation, a trip to Kerala satisfy everyone’s wanderlust.

We provide all the information so that you can plan your trip smartly and explore all that this place has to offer to your heart’s content. Start exploring the serene backwaters and the verdant plantations in Kerala.

Tourism in Kerala is not just limited to lush green pastures, spice plantations, ayurvedic massages, tea gardens and houseboats gliding on calm backwaters. It also bewitches travelers with its rare wildlife, ancient temples, rocky beaches, bejeweled elephants, delectable dishes, smoothly draped gold and white saris and the cities steeped in history and a multi-cultural hue. Munnar, Kochi, Periyar National Park, Vembanad Lake, Alappuzha, and Anamudi Peak are some of the best Kerala tourism destinations.

The best time to visit Kerala is essentially from September to March. However, owing to its unique topography, some places in Kerala can be visited during summers, while others are best explored during winters or monsoons itself. It is not advisable to visit Kerala backwaters during monsoon in Kerala. To ensure yourself a great trip, plan your Kerala itinerary according to which places you wish to cover, and which weather suits your travel plans most!

Offering a kaleidoscope of culture and traditions, Kerala fill a sense of warmth into your vacation. Sprawled alongside the glorious Malabar Coast, Kerala is bordered by Karnataka in the north, Lakshadweep Sea in the west, and Tamil Nadu in the south and east. The state is well connected to most parts of India and the world through a network of trains, flights, and well-paved roads. After exploring tourism places in Kerala, travelers can easily extend their vacation and explore nearby destinations in Tamil Nadu as well.


The best ways to reach Kerala to enjoy a Kerala holidays.

Kerala is one of the most incredible destinations of India and boasts a rich tourism industry. How to reach Kerala is a common question asked by travelers, and there are many options to reach the state.

By Air: Kochi, Thiruvnanthapuram and Kozhikode are home to international airports. Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city, is connected to most of major airports of India, such as Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai among others. The Thiruvananthapuram airport is also well-connected to many of the gulf countries.

By Road: Roads in Kerala are in good condition, and connect the state to Karnataka and Tamil Nadu through national highways. You can hire buses, tourist taxis, and autos which are the main mode of road transport.

By Rail: The Railways connect different destinations within and outside Kerala as there are more than 200 railway stations in the state. For long distances there are super-fast trains and express trains which connect Kerala to Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and other major cities.

By Sea: Apart from these, there are speed-boats, public ferry services, houseboats or ketuvallams for reaching the interiors.

The ideal duration for a Kerala Tour.

Since Kerala is such a diverse state, several days are required to explore all the locations. However, ideal duration for short tours can be said to be around 4 nights 5 days. This would cover Munnar (2), Thekkady (1) & Alleppey (1). A long tour would help you explore more extensively, and cover places such as Kochi (1), Munnar (2), Thekkady (1), Alleppey (1), Kovalam (1), Kanyakumari & Trivandrum (1).

Some of the most important things to carry when traveling to Kerala include:

Mosquito repellent: Especially if going for a houseboat stay
Comfortable clothing: Summer essentials, mostly. A light jacket if visiting Munnar.
Umbrellas: Rain is unpredictable in Kerala.
Comfortable footwear: Ideal for walks on the beach
Sunscreen, sunglasses and hats: To ward off the heat
Camera: To capture the perfect selfies and scenic shots.

Ideal duration for stay in different cities of Kerala.

Most of the cities of Kerala require at least a day to explore fully. You can spend 1 night and 1 day at destinations such as Cochin, Thekkady, Alleppey or Kumarakom, Trivandrum and Cherai. However, for Kovalam and Munnar, spending 2 nights and 2 days exploring the cities is a good idea.

The most famous honeymoon destinations in Kerala.

Kerala is a haven for newlyweds and is one of the most sought after honeymoon destinations in India. The top honeymoon places in Kerala that must be on your package itinerary are:

Munnar: A popular hill station in Kerala, famed for its picturesque landscapes and tea gardens is the choice of every newlywed couple.

Thekkady: Bamboo rafting and a wild jeep safari in Periyar National Park attracts couples and honeymooners from all over the country.

Alleppey & Kumarakom: The much-famed backwaters of Kerala – Alleppey & Kumarakom promise a romantic houseboat stay in Kerala. These destinations are a highlight of every Kerala Honeymoon tour package.

Kovalam: The pristine shoreline and the ayurvedic holidays in Kerala invite honeymooners to Kovalam.

Wayanad: One of the most entrancing locations, Wayanad is the perfect destination to enjoy a relaxing tour to Kerala.