Kerala Tour Packages
Tucked in the Southern part of India, wedged between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Kerala sure is a destination that stands true to its name - God’s own country!! - and every Kerala Tour Packages are a galore pot of scenic beauty, culture, and heritage!
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Flanked by the Western Ghats on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other side, Kerala is home to fabulous hill-stations, shimmering backwaters, sun-kissed beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, and grassland patches. The state also boasts amazing tropical weather, which makes it appropriate for Kerala Tourism all-year-round.
Kerala is probably the friendliest state in India and is well known for an excellent literacy rate of 93.91%. The colorful festivals like Onam, Thrissur Pooram, Boat race, etc and the magnificent art forms like Kathakali, Theyyam, Kalarippayattu, etc. attract flocks of tourists to Kerala every year.
Kerala at a glance
Population: 33.3 million people (in 2011)
Languages spoken: Malayalam (Official language), English.
Geography: 38,863 km²
Time: UTC+05:30 (IST)
Agriculture and Crops: Black pepper, Paddy, Coconut, Rubber, tea, coffee, cashew, banana, etc.
Climate and Geography: Kerala enjoys a pleasant tropical climate which makes it extremely travel-friendly all year round. As the Eastern side of Kerala is guarded with the Westen Ghats, the state is blessed with many scenic hill-stations including Munnar, Thekkady, Vagamon. As traversed by the Western Ghats, these spots are blessed with so valleys and mountains which boosts the Kerala Tourism revenue like anything. These lofty tourist destinations have that foggy wintry climate to slake your love for altitudes.
Best time to visit Kerala
Winter in Kerala is from October to February and it is a great time to make it to Kerala. March to May is when Kerala enjoys the summer, so you can head to Kerala without worrying about the downpour. June to August can be considered if you wish to enjoy the Kerala Tourism package with drizzles.
How to reach Kerala
By Air: Cochin International Airport - CIAL is the busiest airport in Kerala for its proximity to the popular tourist destinations. Trivandrum International Airport and Kochi International airport are the other two airports that facilitate Domestic and International voyages in Kerala.
By Train: Ernakulam Railway Station is the ultimate choice of every tourist for arrival as it is the nearest Railway Station to the prime tourist destinations in Kerala. There are about 100 to 150 railway stations in Kerala and it is an economical mode of transport. There are a good number of trains connecting Kerala with the Metropolitan cities like Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai
By Road: Kerala is well connected between the tourist destinations and the metro cities of Kerala have roads in good condition. You can either depend on the KSRTC buses from the big cities nearby like Chennai, Banglore, etc. You can also hop into a taxi for hassle-free traveling.
Top 10 Places to visit in Kerala
Munnar is a beautiful hill station wedged in the Western Ghat Mountain range, in the Idukki District of Kerala. Largely known for its rolling hills, tea gardens, craggy mountain roads, and forest patches, Munnar is also known as the ‘Kashmir of South India’ for the misty romantic delights, it renders.
Popularly known as ‘Venice of the East’, Alleppey is one of the oldest towns in Kerala. Interconnected canals and backwaters, maritime assortments, 19th-century lighthouse, colossal beach, and golden paddy fields make Alleppey and its iconic houseboats the top pick of every tourist traveling to Kerala.
Hailed as the ‘Queen of Arabian sea’, this port city boasts a great history and a handful of maritime tales from the 1340s. You can still find the monuments and ruins from the time when Portuguese and British Raj stayed back in Kochi.
Thekkady is a popular destination tucked in the heart of the lush green forests of the Idukki district. It is graced with Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary which also happens to be India's largest Tiger Reserve.
Kumarakom, popular for its backwater bounty is a tranquil village located in the Kottayam district. Set in the backdrop of Vembanad Lake, the destination constitutes small clusters of alluring islands and splendid marine life.
Kovalam is an idyllic beach town set 18 km away from the Capital city of Kerala. The crescent beaches and palm-fringed coasts of Kovalam attract flocks of travelers to its heart every day.
Wayanad is best known for its exquisite caves, lush green jungles, lagoons, and sprawling spice plantations. Nestled in the Western Ghats mountain range, Wayanad is graced with many indigenous tribal residents like Adiyan, Kurichyan, Paniyan, and Kadar.
This hill station is wedged between the borders of Kottayam and Idukki districts. Vagamon is dotted with amazing pine forests, green meadows, rolling hills, and spice plantations.
This quaint town is graced with a rustic fort, surreal temples, alluring caves, and a golden beach. Bekal is located in the Kasargod district. Make sure you head to this offbeat yet beautiful spot if you are on a Kerala tour package cheapest.
Varkala is an exquisite beach destination known for its sprawling cafe culture and amazing beach bounty. Varkala is largely known for its Forts, cliffs, beaches, and lighthouses.
Top 10 Things to do in Kerala
1. Houseboat stay in Alleppey
Embark on an exhilarating tour through the emerald backwaters of Alleppey and float through the interconnected canals and lagoons. You can feel the serene water, spot many aquatic creatures and get the closest glimpse of quaint village life.
2. Visit Eravikulam National Park
Eravikulam National Park, nestled in the lush green rolling hills of Munnar is graced with many endemic species of plants and animals like Nilgiri Tahr, Nilgiri Langur, Golden Jackal. Neelakurinji etc. It is Kerala's first National Park.
3. Boating at Periyar
Periyar lake is fringed with lush green jungles of Thekkady, which is rich in aquatic and terrestrial animals. You can glide through the beautiful lake in a boat and spot animals who come to the lake to quench their thirst.
4. Go for an Elephant safari
You can savor the green delights of Kerala as the giant beast stroll through the green meadows carrying you on his top. Munnar and Thekkady are the top tourist spots for an exhilarating elephant safari.
5. Visit Athirappilly Waterfalls
Fondly nicknamed as "Niagara of India, Athirappilly Falls located in the Thrissur district is easily one of the top picks of tourists. Water gushing down from the cliff at a height of 80 feet is sure a sight to behold.
6. Explore the Spice Gardens
‘Spice Garden of India’- Kerala is graced with pepper, cardamom, tea, coffee, clove, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, nutmeg, tamarind, star anise and so on. Head to Munnar, Thekkady or Vagamon to breathe in the crisp aroma of fresh leaves of Kerala’s vast plantations.
7. Take rejuvenating Ayurvedic spas and massages
Kerala boasts an authentic heritage in Ayurvedic treatments which dates back to many centuries. Do not miss out on this opportunity to revitalize your mind and body.
8. Explore the golden beaches of Kerala
As Arabian sea flanks Kerala from the West, Kerala is blessed with around 20 beaches. Among which Cherai, Kovalam, Marari, Varkala, Alleppey, and Fort Kochi beach are the prime attractions of the beach galore Kerala has.
9. Witness Kerala Artforms
The magnificent art forms like Kathakali, Theyyam, Kalaripayattu, and Padayani are splendid feasts of colors, mythical stories, and rhythmic music. If you are on a cultural tour package to Kerala you should definitely head to Fort Kochi or Thekkady and get a close glimpse of these alluring art forms.
10. Heritage tour through Fort Kochi
Exploring the rich history and heritage of the port city - Cochin is going to an unparalleled experience to every history buffs and adventure junkies. This town is graced with rustic monuments, palaces, churches, antique stores, museums, and a Jew synagogue.