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Kerala

Kerala
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Kerala, "The Land of coconut trees" with a network of 44 rivers passing through it, rests in the lap of nature. Famous for its exotic wildlife, herbs, lush green hill stations, and crystal clear ocean surrounding it, this serene state lies in the South-Eastern part of India. Blessed with its variety of flora and fauna, Kerela has truly earned the tagline of "God's Own Country".

Well-known for its beaches, backwaters, mountain ranges, and wildlife sanctuaries, Kerala has become a popular tourist destination for domestic as well as foreign travelers. Lake resorts are another important feature of Kerala tourism. With a varied range of unique festivals and cuisine, Kerala offers the best there is to offer to travelers. To sum it up, Kerala is a state that will give you an experience which you will never forget.  Far from the hustle of daily life, Kerala's pure and serene atmosphere will not only cleanse your mind but also your soul and rejuvenate you with its pristine waters and nature. While visiting Kerala, you must keep in mind that this state has got different attractions in various parts of its geography along with different cultures and festivals, so you should plan your Kerala tour in a way that covers almost all the regions. There are a variety of Kerala Tour Packages available to choose from, but before choosing your favorite Kerala Tour package, let us delve into some more interesting information about this South-Eastern State.

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2N Munnar | 1N Thekkady | 1N Alleppy
   Starting Point

Kochi

   Drop Point

Kochi

  • kerala

    With a wide range of locations and events that suit every traveler’s needs, something unique and beautiful awaits you in Kerala at every turn. Alappuzha, known as the 'Venice of the East', is one of the most popular destinations in Kerala, with its tranquil backwater cruises and houseboats. The Alapuzzha-Kochi cruise is a special cruise designed to encompass the beautiful sights available for travelers. Wayanad, another famous spot known for its spice plantation is replete with historical caves, monuments, and relaxing homestays and resorts. Periyar National Park, one of the most bio-diverse regions has many prominent attractions in it, such as the Mangala Devi Temple, opened to the general public only once a year; the Periyar Lake is known for boat rides, boat cruises, river rafting, and bird watching; the Cardamom Hills with its cardamom plantations providing an exotic atmosphere and other hill regions and forests.

  • Kerala

    Kerala, "The Land of coconut trees" with a network of 44 rivers passing through it, rests in the lap of nature. Famous for its exotic wildlife, herbs, lush green hill stations, and crystal clear ocean surrounding it, this serene state lies in the South-Eastern part of India. Blessed with its variety of flora and fauna, Kerela has truly earned the tagline of "God's Own Country".

    Well-known for its beaches, backwaters, mountain ranges, and wildlife sanctuaries, Kerala has become a popular tourist destination for domestic as well as foreign travelers. Lake resorts are another important feature of Kerala tourism. With a varied range of unique festivals and cuisine, Kerala offers the best there is to offer to travelers. To sum it up, Kerala is a state that will give you an experience which you will never forget.  Far from the hustle of daily life, Kerala's pure and serene atmosphere will not only cleanse your mind but also your soul and rejuvenate you with its pristine waters and nature. While visiting Kerala, you must keep in mind that this state has got different attractions in various parts of its geography along with different cultures and festivals, so you should plan your Kerala tour in a way that covers almost all the regions. There are a variety of Kerala Tour Packages available to choose from, but before choosing your favorite Kerala Tour package, let us delve into some more interesting information about this South-Eastern State.

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  • Day 1 - Cochin Arrival - Munnar

    Our friendly representative welcomes you at Cochin Airport or Railway Station and transfer to Munnar, which is called as “Nature Lover’s Paradise” and is at 1800mts above the sea level. On the way to Munnar visit Cheyappara waterfalls and Valara Waterfalls. Visit the plush tea gardens, experience this vast plantation area around the slopes of the hills. The scenery is simply stunning and mesmerizing. The view of the clouds descending into the mountains is a pleasure to watch. Check into hotel / resort. Overnight at Munnar.

  • Day 2 - Munnar Sightseeing

    After breakfast proceed for Munnar sightseeing, visit Mattupetty Dam, Kundala dam, Eco point, another serene and tranquil spot. This is a must visit place for someone who wants a moment to admire the scenes around and wants to have some fun along the way, echoing his or her voice. Then visit the Tea Museum. Overnight at Munnar. 

  • Day 3 - Munnar – Thekkady

    After breakfast check out from the hotel / resort and proceed to Thekkady. Check into the hotel / resort. Thekkady is India’s largest wildlife sanctuary is a dream destination for any tourist visiting Kerala. Spice plantation tour covering tea, coffee, pepper and cardamom plantations. Have an amazing boat ride in Periyar Lake which flows through the Periyar Tiger Reserve. You will have chance to watch the wild animals like Elephant, Bison, Sambar, Deer etc. are roaming both shore. Evening visit the local spice market for garden fresh spices. Overnight at Thekkady. 

  • Day 4 - Thekkady - Alappuzha

    After breakfast, Check out from the hotel and proceed to Alappuzha which has an immense natural beauty, also known as the “Venice of the East”. It is famous for the back waters, boat races, houseboat holidays, beaches, marine products and coir products. Check in to the Hotel/ Houseboat. Enjoy the backwater of Alleppey, Shikara boat cruise is advisable for the guest who are staying in hotel in Alleppey to enjoy the Backwater. Overnight stay at Alleppey. 

  • Day 5 - Cochin Departure

    After breakfast proceed to Cochin airport / railway station and depart. Travel back to your home with wonderful memories of amazing experience in Kerala.

Inclusions

  • Breakfast  will be served in all the Hotels.
  • Accommodation on with base category rooms in all the hotels.
  • A/C Cab  for all transfers and sightseeing exactly as per the itinerary.
  • Toll, Parking, driver’s Bata, road tax & fuel charges.
  • Pick up From Air-Port/ Railway Station
  • Drop at Air-Port/ Railway Station

Exclusions

  • Meals not mentioned above.
  • Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
  • Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
  • Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
  • Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
  • Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
  • Ayurveda Charges.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
  •  All items of personal nature.

What is the best time to visit Kerala?

Kerala in the winter season, i.e between September to March, has the most comfortable and pleasant weather due to less humidity, making it the best time to visit Kerala. The spicy plantations of Kerala along with the enchanting lagoons and tranquil canals are at their best during winters. For hill stations like Munnar and Wayanad are at their full bloom during summer months like April and May. If you are looking for Ayurvedic Treatments, which Kerala is popular for, monsoon season, i.e from June to August is preferable. The time from November through February is considered the best time to visit the Backwaters in Kerala. Kerala is a very diverse state in every possible way, has something in store for everyone visiting any time of the year. No matter the time of the year you visit, Kerala manages to excite everyone.

How to reach Kerala?

Being a prominent name in India's Tourism map, good connectivity joins this beautiful state with the rest of the country. Kerala not only enjoys a good network of roads, railways, and airways but also is well-connected through the waterways. With having more than 200 railway stations, reaching Kerala through railways is effortless for the visitors. National, as well as international visitors from throughout the country as well as the globe, can board direct flights to reach Kerala. A large number of national highways also connect Kerala to other parts of the country. Another convenient way to reach Kerala is by sea. Regular ships are available from Kochi and Lakshwadeep Islands.

What can you do in Kerela?

Staying in a houseboat in Alleppey and enjoying the scenic beauty of Kerala. Isn't this what comes to mind when we think of Kerala? But Kerala offers a ton of many more options to explore. From snake boat race to Periyar Jeep ride, from swimming in Varkala Beach to visiting Athirapally falls, bike-riding, bamboo rafting, bird watching, you can never get bored in Kerala. You can visit the Kannan Devan Plantation museum to witness the tea-processing and also to taste different teas that can fully satisfy your taste buds. The floating restaurant in Veli Lake is also another amazing experience. You can visit the Iringal Crafts Village and admire the local art. Do try to buy some souvenirs as this will help the local craftsmen to survive. Last but not the least, relieve all your stress by indulging in a rejuvenating Ayurveda session.

What to pack when traveling to Kerela?

The local stores in Kerala will generally have every item you might require. But it is advised to always carry your hygiene items including masks and sanitizers with you. You should also carry an umbrella with you while you visit Kerala to avoid being caught in the rain unprepared. Comfortable cotton clothes are most preferred since Kerala faces intense sun rays throughout the year. Flip-flops are an ideal option to carry in Kerala since it is durable against both beach waves and sticky beach sands. Sunglasses, sunscreen, and water bottles will keep you protected against the heat in Kerala. Other important items you can carry with you include power banks, mosquito repellants, and some snacks.

What are the events celebrated in Kerala?

Similar to the bio-diversity in Kerala is the diversity in culture and festivals. A wide variety of unique celebrations take place in different parts of this state. One of them is the Kochi-Muzuris Biennale, an international exhibition of contemporary art set around in different parts of Kochi. The 10-day long celebration held in the Parathasarthy temple in Adoor is the Adoor Gamjela festival, with a ritual where 9 elephants are decorated and paraded in ceremonial attire. Pongal and Onam are some of the most famous festivals celebrated in Kerala. Other than these, the festivals like Diwali and Holi and other festivals celebrated in the rest of the country are also celebrated here with enthusiasm and zeal.

What is the median Kerala accommodation package?

The average accommodation price in Kerala for one person can range from INR800 to INR2000 depending on the type of hotel you are staying in. Since, Kerala offers you a wide range of hotels like 5-star hotels, cheap guest houses, OYOs, Airbnbs, boathouses, shikaras, etc. Meal prices in Kerala can vary but the average range is from INR200 to INR800. You can hire taxis or cabs to explore Kerala but the price is significantly higher than public transports. 

Hotel
Hotel
Transport
Transport
Breakfast
Breakfast
Sightseeing
Sightseeing
1N Cochin | 2N Munnar | 1N Thekkady | 1N Alleppy
   Starting Point

Kochi

   Drop Point

Kochi

  • kerala

    Kerala, "The Land of coconut trees" with a network of 44 rivers passing through it, rests in the lap of nature. Famous for its exotic wildlife, herbs, lush green hill stations, and crystal clear ocean surrounding it, this serene state lies in the South-Eastern part of India. Blessed with its variety of flora and fauna, Kerela has truly earned the tagline of "God's Own Country".

    Well-known for its beaches, backwaters, mountain ranges, and wildlife sanctuaries, Kerala has become a popular tourist destination for domestic as well as foreign travelers. Lake resorts are another important feature of Kerala tourism. With a varied range of unique festivals and cuisine, Kerala offers the best there is to offer to travelers. To sum it up, Kerala is a state that will give you an experience which you will never forget.  Far from the hustle of daily life, Kerala's pure and serene atmosphere will not only cleanse your mind but also your soul and rejuvenate you with its pristine waters and nature. While visiting Kerala, you must keep in mind that this state has got different attractions in various parts of its geography along with different cultures and festivals, so you should plan your Kerala tour in a way that covers almost all the regions. There are a variety of Kerala Tour Packages available to choose from, but before choosing your favorite Kerala Tour package, let us delve into some more interesting information about this South-Eastern State.

HIGHLIGHTS
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  • Day 1 - Cochin Arrival

     Our friendly representative welcomes you at Cochin Airport or Railway Station and transfer to Cochin . Check into hotel / resort. Visit The Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church the oldest European church in India, Santa Cruz Basilica etc., and also an array of shops with antiques, fabrics & jewellery. Evening visit Marine drive and return to hotel overnight at Cochin.

  • Day 2 - Cochin- Munnar

    After breakfast to Munnar, which is called as “Nature Lover’s Paradise” and is at 1800mts above the sea level. On the way to Munnar visit Cheyappara waterfalls and Valara Waterfalls. Visit the plush tea gardens, experience this vast plantation area around the slopes of the hills. The scenery is simply stunning and mesmerizing. The view of the clouds descending into the mountains is a pleasure to watch. “Check into hotel / resort. Overnight at Munnar. 

  • Day 3 - Munnar Sightseeing

    After breakfast proceed for Munnar sightseeing, visit Mattupetty Dam, Kundala dam, Eco point, another serene and tranquil spot. This is a must visit place for someone who wants a moment to admire the scenes around and wants to have some fun along the way, echoing his or her voice. Then visit the Tea Museum. Overnight at Munnar. 

  • Day 4 - Munnar – Thekkady

    After breakfast check out from the hotel / resort and proceed to Thekkady. Check into the hotel / resort. Thekkady is India’s largest wildlife sanctuary is a dream destination for any tourist visiting Kerala. Spice plantation tour covering tea, coffee, pepper and cardamom plantations. Have an amazing boat ride in Periyar Lake which flows through the Periyar Tiger Reserve. You will have chance to watch the wild animals like Elephant, Bison, Sambar, Deer etc. are roaming both shore. Evening visit the local spice market for garden fresh spices. Overnight at Thekkady. 

  • Day 5 - Thekkady - Alappuzha

    After breakfast, Check out from the hotel and proceed to Alappuzha which has an immense natural beauty, also known as the “Venice of the East”. It is famous for the back waters, boat races, houseboat holidays, beaches, marine products and coir products. Check in to the Hotel/ Houseboat. Enjoy the backwater of Alleppey, Shikara boat cruise is advisable for the guest who are staying in hotel in Alleppey to enjoy the Backwater. Overnight stay at Alleppey. 

  • Day 6 - Cochin Departure

    After breakfast proceed to Cochin airport / railway station and depart. Travel back to your home with wonderful memories of amazing experience in Kerala.

Inclusions
  • Breakfast will be served in all the Hotels.
  •  Accommodation on with base category rooms in all the hotels.
  • A/C Cab  for all transfers and sightseeing exactly as per the itinerary.
  • Toll, Parking, driver’s Bata, road tax & fuel charges.
  • Pick up From Air-Port/ Railway Station
  • Drop at Air-Port/ Railway Station

Exclusions
  • Meals not mentioned above.
  • Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
  • Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
  • Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
  • Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
  • Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
  • Ayurveda Charges.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
  •  All items of personal nature.

What is the best time to visit Kerala?

Kerala in the winter season, i.e between September to March, has the most comfortable and pleasant weather due to less humidity, making it the best time to visit Kerala. The spicy plantations of Kerala along with the enchanting lagoons and tranquil canals are at their best during winters. For hill stations like Munnar and Wayanad are at their full bloom during summer months like April and May. If you are looking for Ayurvedic Treatments, which Kerala is popular for, monsoon season, i.e from June to August is preferable. The time from November through February is considered the best time to visit the Backwaters in Kerala. Kerala is a very diverse state in every possible way, has something in store for everyone visiting any time of the year. No matter the time of the year you visit, Kerala manages to excite everyone.

How to reach Kerala?

Being a prominent name in India's Tourism map, good connectivity joins this beautiful state with the rest of the country. Kerala not only enjoys a good network of roads, railways, and airways but also is well-connected through the waterways. With having more than 200 railway stations, reaching Kerala through railways is effortless for the visitors. National, as well as international visitors from throughout the country as well as the globe, can board direct flights to reach Kerala. A large number of national highways also connect Kerala to other parts of the country. Another convenient way to reach Kerala is by sea. Regular ships are available from Kochi and Lakshwadeep Islands.

What can you do in Kerela?

Staying in a houseboat in Alleppey and enjoying the scenic beauty of Kerala. Isn't this what comes to mind when we think of Kerala? But Kerala offers a ton of many more options to explore. From snake boat race to Periyar Jeep ride, from swimming in Varkala Beach to visiting Athirapally falls, bike-riding, bamboo rafting, bird watching, you can never get bored in Kerala. You can visit the Kannan Devan Plantation museum to witness the tea-processing and also to taste different teas that can fully satisfy your taste buds. The floating restaurant in Veli Lake is also another amazing experience. You can visit the Iringal Crafts Village and admire the local art. Do try to buy some souvenirs as this will help the local craftsmen to survive. Last but not the least, relieve all your stress by indulging in a rejuvenating Ayurveda session.

What to pack when traveling to Kerela?

The local stores in Kerala will generally have every item you might require. But it is advised to always carry your hygiene items including masks and sanitizers with you. You should also carry an umbrella with you while you visit Kerala to avoid being caught in the rain unprepared. Comfortable cotton clothes are most preferred since Kerala faces intense sun rays throughout the year. Flip-flops are an ideal option to carry in Kerala since it is durable against both beach waves and sticky beach sands. Sunglasses, sunscreen, and water bottles will keep you protected against the heat in Kerala. Other important items you can carry with you include power banks, mosquito repellants, and some snacks.

 

What are the events celebrated in Kerala?

Similar to the bio-diversity in Kerala is the diversity in culture and festivals. A wide variety of unique celebrations take place in different parts of this state. One of them is the Kochi-Muzuris Biennale, an international exhibition of contemporary art set around in different parts of Kochi. The 10-day long celebration held in the Parathasarthy temple in Adoor is the Adoor Gamjela festival, with a ritual where 9 elephants are decorated and paraded in ceremonial attire. Pongal and Onam are some of the most famous festivals celebrated in Kerala. Other than these, the festivals like Diwali and Holi and other festivals celebrated in the rest of the country are also celebrated here with enthusiasm and zeal.

What is the median Kerala accommodation package?

The average accommodation price in Kerala for one person can range from INR800 to INR2000 depending on the type of hotel you are staying in. Since, Kerala offers you a wide range of hotels like 5-star hotels, cheap guest houses, OYOs, Airbnbs, boathouses, shikaras, etc. Meal prices in Kerala can vary but the average range is from INR200 to INR800. You can hire taxis or cabs to explore Kerala but the price is significantly higher than public transports. 


Hotel
Hotel
Transport
Transport
Breakfast
Breakfast
Sightseeing
Sightseeing
2N Munnar | 1N Thekkady | 1N Alleppy | 2N Kovalam
   Starting Point

Kochi

   Drop Point

Trivandrum

  • kerala

    With a wide range of locations and events that suit every traveler’s needs, something unique and beautiful awaits you in Kerala at every turn. Alappuzha, known as the 'Venice of the East', is one of the most popular destinations in Kerala, with its tranquil backwater cruises and houseboats. The Alapuzzha-Kochi cruise is a special cruise designed to encompass the beautiful sights available for travelers. Wayanad, another famous spot known for its spice plantation is replete with historical caves, monuments, and relaxing homestays and resorts. Periyar National Park, one of the most bio-diverse regions has many prominent attractions in it, such as the Mangala Devi Temple, opened to the general public only once a year; the Periyar Lake is known for boat rides, boat cruises, river rafting, and bird watching; the Cardamom Hills with its cardamom plantations providing an exotic atmosphere and other hill regions and forests.

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  • Day 1 - Cochin Arrival - Munnar

    Our friendly representative welcomes you at Cochin Airport or Railway Station and transfer to Munnar, which is called as “Nature Lover’s Paradise” and is at 1800mts above the sea level. On the way to Munnar visit Cheyappara waterfalls and Valara Waterfalls. Visit the plush tea gardens, experience this vast plantation area around the slopes of the hills. The scenery is simply stunning and mesmerizing. The view of the clouds descending into the mountains is a pleasure to watch. “Check into hotel / resort. Overnight at Munnar. 

  • Day 2 - Munnar Sightseeing

    After breakfast proceed for Munnar sightseeing, visit Mattupetty Dam, Kundala dam, Eco point, another serene and tranquil spot. This is a must visit place for someone who wants a moment to admire the scenes around and wants to have some fun along the way, echoing his or her voice. Then visit the Tea Museum. Overnight at Munnar. 

  • Day 3 - Munnar – Thekkady

    After breakfast check out from the hotel / resort and proceed to Thekkady. Check into the hotel / resort. Thekkady is India’s largest wildlife sanctuary is a dream destination for any tourist visiting Kerala. Spice plantation tour covering tea, coffee, pepper and cardamom plantations. Have an amazing boat ride in Periyar Lake which flows through the Periyar Tiger Reserve. You will have chance to watch the wild animals like Elephant, Bison, Sambar, Deer etc. are roaming both shore. Evening visit the local spice market for garden fresh spices. Overnight at Thekkady. 

  • Day 4 - Thekkady– Alappuzha

    After breakfast, Check out from the hotel and proceed to Alappuzha which has an immense natural beauty, also known as the “Venice of the East”. It is famous for the back waters, boat races, houseboat holidays, beaches, marine products and coir products. Check in to the Hotel/ Houseboat. Enjoy the backwater of Alleppey, Shikara boat cruise is advisable for the guest who are staying in hotel in alleppey to enjoy the Backwater. Overnight stay at Alleppey. 

  • Day 5 - Alappuzha - Kovalam

    After breakfast, proceed to Kovalam. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. This beach town ranked high among international tourists is an ideal destination to feel the tropical sun and to feel contented with the golden suntan. Kovalam is a beautiful place to explore its beaches with scenic shores and a beautiful coastline. Water enthusiasts have a lot of beach activities to indulge in like – kayaking, swimming, surfing and skiing. Overnight at Kovalam. 

  • Day 6 - Kovalam - Trivandrum Sightseeing

    After breakfast, proceed to Trivandrum sightseeing, Visit Padmanabha Swami Temple, Museum, Zoo, and Art Gallery. Overnight at Kovalam 

  • Day 7 - Drop at Trivandum Airport/Railway Station

    After breakfast proceed to Trivandrum  airport / railway station and depart. Travel back to your home with wonderful memories of an amazing experience in Kerala. 

Inclusions
  • Breakfast will be served in all the Hotels.
  •  Accommodation on with base category rooms in all the hotels.
  • A/C Cab  for all transfers and sightseeing exactly as per the itinerary.
  • Toll, Parking, driver’s Bata, road tax & fuel charges.
  • Pick up From Air-Port/ Railway Station
  • Drop at Air-Port/ Railway Station

Exclusions
  • Meals not mentioned above.
  • Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
  • Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
  • Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
  • Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
  • Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
  • Ayurveda Charges.
  • Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
  • All items of personal nature
  • Air/Train Fare
  • GST as applicable

What is the best time to visit Kerala?

Kerala in the winter season, i.e between September to March, has the most comfortable and pleasant weather due to less humidity, making it the best time to visit Kerala. The spicy plantations of Kerala along with the enchanting lagoons and tranquil canals are at their best during winters. For hill stations like Munnar and Wayanad are at their full bloom during summer months like April and May. If you are looking for Ayurvedic Treatments, which Kerala is popular for, monsoon season, i.e from June to August is preferable. The time from November through February is considered the best time to visit the Backwaters in Kerala. Kerala is a very diverse state in every possible way, has something in store for everyone visiting any time of the year. No matter the time of the year you visit, Kerala manages to excite everyone.

How to reach Kerala?

Being a prominent name in India's Tourism map, good connectivity joins this beautiful state with the rest of the country. Kerala not only enjoys a good network of roads, railways, and airways but also is well-connected through the waterways. With having more than 200 railway stations, reaching Kerala through railways is effortless for the visitors. National, as well as international visitors from throughout the country as well as the globe, can board direct flights to reach Kerala. A large number of national highways also connect Kerala to other parts of the country. Another convenient way to reach Kerala is by sea. Regular ships are available from Kochi and Lakshwadeep Islands.

What can you do in Kerela?

Staying in a houseboat in Alleppey and enjoying the scenic beauty of Kerala. Isn't this what comes to mind when we think of Kerala? But Kerala offers a ton of many more options to explore. From snake boat race to Periyar Jeep ride, from swimming in Varkala Beach to visiting Athirapally falls, bike-riding, bamboo rafting, bird watching, you can never get bored in Kerala. You can visit the Kannan Devan Plantation museum to witness the tea-processing and also to taste different teas that can fully satisfy your taste buds. The floating restaurant in Veli Lake is also another amazing experience. You can visit the Iringal Crafts Village and admire the local art. Do try to buy some souvenirs as this will help the local craftsmen to survive. Last but not the least, relieve all your stress by indulging in a rejuvenating Ayurveda session.

What to pack when traveling to Kerela?

The local stores in Kerala will generally have every item you might require. But it is advised to always carry your hygiene items including masks and sanitizers with you. You should also carry an umbrella with you while you visit Kerala to avoid being caught in the rain unprepared. Comfortable cotton clothes are most preferred since Kerala faces intense sun rays throughout the year. Flip-flops are an ideal option to carry in Kerala since it is durable against both beach waves and sticky beach sands. Sunglasses, sunscreen, and water bottles will keep you protected against the heat in Kerala. Other important items you can carry with you include power banks, mosquito repellants, and some snacks.

What are the events celebrated in Kerala?

Similar to the bio-diversity in Kerala is the diversity in culture and festivals. A wide variety of unique celebrations take place in different parts of this state. One of them is the Kochi-Muzuris Biennale, an international exhibition of contemporary art set around in different parts of Kochi. The 10-day long celebration held in the Parathasarthy temple in Adoor is the Adoor Gamjela festival, with a ritual where 9 elephants are decorated and paraded in ceremonial attire. Pongal and Onam are some of the most famous festivals celebrated in Kerala. Other than these, the festivals like Diwali and Holi and other festivals celebrated in the rest of the country are also celebrated here with enthusiasm and zeal.

What is the median Kerala accommodation package?

The average accommodation price in Kerala for one person can range from INR800 to INR2000 depending on the type of hotel you are staying in. Since, Kerala offers you a wide range of hotels like 5-star hotels, cheap guest houses, OYOs, Airbnbs, boathouses, shikaras, etc. Meal prices in Kerala can vary but the average range is from INR200 to INR800. You can hire taxis or cabs to explore Kerala but the price is significantly higher than public transports. 


With a wide range of locations and events that suit every traveler’s needs, something unique and beautiful awaits you in Kerala at every turn. Alappuzha, known as the 'Venice of the East', is one of the most popular destinations in Kerala, with its tranquil backwater cruises and houseboats. The Alapuzzha-Kochi cruise is a special cruise designed to encompass the beautiful sights available for travelers. Wayanad, another famous spot known for its spice plantation is replete with historical caves, monuments, and relaxing homestays and resorts. Periyar National Park, one of the most bio-diverse regions has many prominent attractions in it, such as the Mangala Devi Temple, opened to the general public only once a year; the Periyar Lake is known for boat rides, boat cruises, river rafting, and bird watching; the Cardamom Hills with its cardamom plantations providing an exotic atmosphere and other hill regions and forests.

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