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How much does a one week, two week, or one month trip to Kerala cost?

A one week trip to Kerala usually costs around $0.00 (₨0.00) for one person and $0.00 (₨0.00) for two people. This includes accommodation, food, local transportation, and sightseeing.

A two week trip to Kerala on average costs around $0.00 (₨0.00) for one person and $0.00 (₨0.00) for two people. This cost includes accommodation, food, local transportation, and sightseeing.

Please note, prices can vary based on your travel style, speed, and other variables. If you're traveling as a family of three or four people, the price per person often goes down because kid's tickets are cheaper and hotel rooms can be shared. If you travel slower over a longer period of time then your daily budget will also go down. Two people traveling together for one month in Kerala will often have a lower daily budget per person than one person traveling alone for one week.

A one month trip to Kerala on average costs around $0.00 (₨0.00) for one person and $0.00 (₨0.00) for two people. The more places you visit, the higher the daily price will become due to increased transportation costs.

Independent Travel

Traveling Independently to Kerala has many benefits including affordabilty, freedom, flexibility, and the opportunity to control your own experiences.

All of the travel costs below are based on the experiences of other independent travelers.

Kerala is a very affordable place to visit. Located in India, which is a very affordable country, visitors will appreciate the lower prices of this destination. It is in the top 10% of cities in the country for its affordability . Budget travelers enjoy spending long periods of time exploring Kerala in depth.

Within Asia, Kerala is a very affordable destination compared to other places. It is in the top 10% of cities in Asia for its affordability. Very few cities in the region are as affordable as Kerala.

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A record 18.8 Million domestic tourists took a trip to Kerala in 2022, and tourism is back to Pre-pandemic levels. Kerala Trip Cost is more reasonable than most tourist destinations in India or abroad  and with its unmatched beauty, with tranquil backwaters, beautiful beaches, and breathtaking forests it is aa must visit tourist destination. Before you plan your dream vacation, you may wonder how much a trip to Kerala costs. In this blog, we attempt to uncover the average cost of the trip and help you plan a budget to visit God’s own country.

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The average Kerala Trip Cost in 2023

The average trip to Kerala costs Rs. 2676 per day  with 2 persons sharing the room for a 3 star holiday package using  local transportation in a private car (which we highly recommend).

The Kerala Trip Cost  for 2 people traveling together includes:-

  • 780 Rs  for  meals ( without including breakfast)
  • 1700+ for  local transportation in a private car for around 100 KMs
  • 2862+ on accommodation.(including breakfast) in a good economy hotel
  • Kids below 12 years is usually free in most hotels

A seven day trip to Kerala for one person costs approximately Rs. 15,701 , and Rs. 31,701 for two persons. If you are traveling with your family price per person, decreases because children’s tickets are cheaper and you can share hotel rooms. Your daily budget will also reduce if you plan a longer holiday.

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Kerala has a range of hotels at various price points, from budget-friendly to luxurious accommodations and has the highest number of 5 star and 4 star  hotels and resorts in India

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Accommodation options.

Kerala has a diverse range of hotels, some of which reflect Kerala’s unique culture and lifestyle. The average cost of budget hotels starts at Rs. 900 , and 5-star hotels can cost you Rs. 32,000 per night. Most cities in Kerala have a range of hotel options.

ALSO SEE- Best Time To Visit Kerala(Updated For 2023)- Weather, Tips & Places To See

The average price of a single-occupancy room is Rs. 1,431 , and a double-occupancy room is Rs. 3,863 in a 3 Star Hotel. Hotel room tariff can vary on location, season, and type of room selected. If you plan your holiday in advance, you can avail of huge discounts.


How to Travel to Kerala?

Flight costs.

Your flight cost to Kerala will depend on the point of departure, and how when you plan to travel.


E.g. the cheapest flights to Kerala are in October, and Kerala’s peak flight costs are in  June, July, and August primarily because most of the expats from Kerala in Gulf returns back around that time for yearly vacations.

Kerala has four operational airports at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Kozhikode, and Kannur. Direct flights are available from most major cities in India and several international cities like Dubai, Riyadh, Kula Lumpur, Singapore, and London.

ALSO SEE- Airports in Kerala – Helpful Guide for Tourists Visiting Kerala

Flight Cost Tips

  • You should try to book a morning flight as Morning flights to Kerala are usually 7% cheaper than flights in the evening and it will also give you ample time for sightseeing and early check in. Most of the International Flights in Kerala arrive in the morning.
  • Kochi Airport (COK) has the best connectivity among all the airports in Kerala  and most of the major tourist attractions are also in and around Kochi. You  should certainly opt for your arrival in Kochi and return can be made from any airport in Kerala and Kochi is only 5-6 hours from other airports in Kerala as well
  • A round-trip from Indian city to Kerala in economy class starts at Rs. 5,213.
  • Try to Book early which may help you in  getting a flight at a reduced cost

Train costs

You could opt to travel to Kerala by train which will reduce the Kerala Trip Cost Significantly. The train journey offers breathtaking views of the coastline and the Western Ghats. Kerala has over 200 stations, and Indian Railway is known for its fantastic network with trains from all major Indian cities. Trains are convenient and cost-effective.

ALSO SEE – Best Train Journeys in Kerala 

A train trip from Delhi to Kerala ranges from Rs. 1,200 to Rs. 5,500 and takes an average of 2 days and 1 hr.

Transportation Costs

Cab fares in Kerala are much higher than public transport but offers the option of travelling as per your own convenience . The average local transportation cost per person, per day is approximately Rs. 392 in buses etc. However this  may result in a lot of time wastage and point to point transfer to hotels and accommodation in autorickshaws and local taxis which will add to the cost

Food in Kerala


While the cost of meals varies in Kerala the average cost of food is Rs. 1,859 per day, an average daily costs for meals in Kerala costs around Rs. 743 per person. Breakfast is generally cheaper than other meals and is included with the hotel tariff in most of the good hotels. Food prices in dine-in restaurants are higher than prices at fast-food joints and street food joints. There are ample options to have food in Kerala at all destinations from road side shacks to premium restaurants.

ALSO SEE – Best food in Kerala to Try when you travel .

Entertainment in Kerala

According to travelers who have visited Kerala, the average spending on entertainment per person is approximately Rs. 815. This includes admission charges to museums, day trips, and other sightseeing costs.

Tipping in Kerala

The average cost of tips in Kerala is approximately Rs. 43 per day. Tipping between 5% to 15% is customary in Kerala. Minimum Tip will range from 10 INR for any roadside help to 5% of the bill in a high end restaurant. A tip of 100 INR is good in Kerala.

ALSO SEE- Tipping in Kerala- How much do you tip in Kerala? 

Kerala Tour Packages


Kerala tour packages very depending on the length of stay, the places you plan to visit, and the tour you select. Average Kerala tour packages are:-

  • Standard 3-night 4 days tour package to Kerala with one or two cities: Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 15,000 .
  • Deluxe 5-night and 6 days tour packages to Kerala with three destinations: Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 60,000.
  • Deluxe 13-nights and 14 days tour packages  to Kerala with four- six  destinations: Rs. 55,000 . to Rs. 70,000 .

Kerala has a variety of possibilities for visitors with different budgets. Your tastes and decisions will ultimately determine how much a vacation to Kerala will cost you. Kerala has plenty to offer everyone, whether you’re a luxury seeker or a budget tourist.

In order to get the most out of your vacation to this lovely Indian state, keep in mind to plan early, look for deals, and reserve your lodging and activities in advance. Enjoy your tour across Kerala’s stunning natural beauty, fascinating culture, and kind people!

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Kerala: The Lush Indian State With the World’s Richest Temple

Shoba Narayan

Shoba Narayan

February 20, 2024

Kerala, the name of the lush, coastal state in southwest India, literally means “land of the coconut trees.” It bursts with life and aromatic spices, and everything revolves around water, both the sea and the backwaters—a 560-mile labyrinth of lakes, canals, lagoons, and inlets that are used for trade, travel, and tourism. Houseboats cruise these waters, children frolic in them, and people buy and sell fish, produce, and household items through boat markets.

The state also happens to be a land of superlatives, as it holds the highest literacy rate, life expectancy, and human development index in the country. With curious, friendly locals who love talking to foreigners and a balmy tropical climate, Kerala is bound to get your blood pressure down and pleasure neurons popping.

Spice of life 

Mounds of spices in Kerala

In Kerala, the saying goes: Throw anything into its red earth, and it will grow. The tropical land overflows with oils and spices that were traded with the Arabs and Romans as far back as 3000 BCE. Kerala’s spice markets sell aromatic sandalwood oil, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, turmeric, pepper, and more, earning it the moniker of  spice capital of India . The flavors suffuse traditional dishes like Malabar biriyani and vegetarian avial, but the use of spices extends well beyond cooking. 

Traditional spice markets , typically found in the old towns of most cities, are the best places to buy wholesale spices and oils. In central, coastal Kochi, visit the Mattancherry Market or Broadway Market. Farther south in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala’s capital city, go to Chalai. Popular picks include Wayanaden turmeric, which Kerala women rub all over their faces before a bath, along with virgin coconut oil—available at most grocery stores across the state—that Keralites use on their hair. If you missed the big markets, you can always pick up packaged spices and oils from the airport shops on your way home.

Healing in the month of Karkidakam

A boat in the backwaters of Kerala

Ask Keralities who’ve settled all over the world what they miss about their home state, and the  sound and smell of the Kerala monsoon would be right up there along with the taste of home.  The southwest monsoon arrives in June and tapers off in the Malayalam month of  Karkidakam (mid-July to mid-August). 

During this month, Keralites believe the body is most receptive to restorative ayurvedic treatments, which derive from an ancient Indian medical system that favors a natural, holistic, and seasonal approach to health. Ayurveda incorporates a special diet, herbal remedies, and different treatments, such as massages. While Karkidakam is thought to be the optimal time for healing, locals practice ayurveda year-round, as it's a way of life for the people of Kerala.

Kerala Tourism provides a list of  accredited ayurvedic centers , searchable by region;  CGH Earth , with resorts all over Kerala, is considered top tier, as it borders on luxury while maintaining the authenticity of ayurvedic practices. You can always start with a conservative approach to ayurvedic healing. For instance, abhyanga, or an oil massage, is offered at most clinics or resorts. You can also dabble in an ayurvedic diet, which includes  kanji , a rice porridge that contains minerals, probiotics, and medicinal herbs great for gut health and digestion. Both abhyanga and kanji can be replicated after you’ve returned home as well. 

Spectacular festivals

A traditional dance performance in Kerala

Kerala is replete with performing arts and exhibitions that marry the traditional with the contemporary.  Koodiyattam , UNESCO-listed and one of India’s oldest forms of theater, mixes contemporary political references with ancient Hindu epics. The  Kathakali dance performances, described by scholars as an art “ where gods and demons come to play ,” comprise masked, painted performers in elaborate costumes who reenact Hindu myths. Most hotels can help you get tickets to a show, while luxury hotels often host performances themselves. The  Kerala Kathakali Centre in Fort Kochi also hosts shows.

Theyyam —another ritualistic dance performance—involves elaborately painted performers who bring forth ancient spirits through a combination of shamanistic drumming and fire-walking. During its  peak season (December–March), theyyam rituals attract photographers from all over the world (go in late January to see a great show but escape the crowds). 

Other performances in Kerala include  kalaripayattu , a 3,000-year-old martial art form with jumps and sword fights; there are kalari centers in most regions where visitors can make appointments to watch  classes . The  Vallam Kali snake boat races also happen during the harvest festival Onam (September 5-17, 2024); the cities of Alappuzha and Alleppey are great places to catch a boat race. And India’s largest art exhibition, the annual Kochi Muziris Biennale, brings together spectacular contemporary art from all over India; the next one is slated for December 2024.  

Keeping the faith 

A temple on the water in Kerala

While Kerala’s population is predominantly Hindu, the state is home to an array of faiths. Syrian Christians, who first came from Kerala, trace their origins to St. Thomas, one of the apostles who landed on Kerala’s shores to preach the gospel. There was also a wave of Muslim conversion, with the Arabs who came to trade spices. And Kerala has a small but strong population of Jewish people, particularly in Kochi, where synagogues still attract the faithful. In addition to organized religion, Kerala is home to animistic faiths (the belief that all objects, places, and creatures are animated by a spiritual presence) and Pagan faiths, including worship of ancestors and sacred groves called kavus.

Accessing Kerala’s centers for faith can either be very simple or very complicated. Larger Hindu temples, for instance, may not allow non-Hindus to enter the premises. In Thiruvananthapuram, you’ll find the  Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple, its origins lost to time. In 2011, the temple  made headlines due to the discovery of underground vaults with gold, silver, and gems estimated to be worth trillions. While the vaults are not open to the public, the temple itself is. Non-Hindus will need to factor in extra time to sign a certificate saying they abide by the Hindu faith in order to enter; tourists often hire a guide that expedites the process. 

Smaller temples, of which there are thousands, are more welcoming to visitors. In Kottayam, you can visit one of the many churches and listen to the sing-song sermons in the local language, Malayalam. In Kochi, visit the 16th-century  Paradesi Synagogue , the oldest active synagogue in India and only one of seven synagogues in Kochi’s Jew Town still in operation.  

When visiting holy spaces in Kerala, be sensitive to  dress codes . Always go barefoot inside a temple. For men, wearing pants and a shirt may be okay, but shorts are not; most Kerala men wear a  dhoti sarong, which is easy to buy, and go shirtless as a sign of respect. Women should dress more conservatively; either a saree or salwar kameez is the best option.

From coconut palms to kallu

Glasses of kallu in Kerala

No matter where you go in Kerala, you’ll see shacks with the sign “Toddy Shop.” Kerala’s toddy, known as kallu, is made from coconut palms. Most towns have toddy tappers, who climb up tall coconut trees in a matter of minutes and tap the flowers for neera, or sap. The fresh sap is non-alcoholic and refreshing, but it begins fermenting within hours and becomes the whitish liquid—kallu—that Keralites love.  

Visit a toddy shop in the evening for a fresh bottle along with spicy mutton, chicken, and fish curries; vegetarians can opt for fried tapioca. While luxury hotels sell toddy in cans and bottles, fresh toddy is best enjoyed in roadside shops that often border the coconut plantations from which the toddy is harvested.

The dance between fresh fish and coconut milk 

A traditional Kerala food spread on a banana leaf

Since Kerala is in the tropics, the land is fertile and most culinary ingredients are available throughout the year. Each city or region, however, has certain specialties. Inland Kerala, for instance, relies on produce—yams, tubers, and gourds are popular—while coastal Kerala enjoys seafood. 

Kochi is a good place to start for coastal cuisine. Try the classic karimeen pollichathu—pearl spot fish marinated in a paste of ginger, shallots, coconut, and spices, then steamed in a banana leaf. Meen moily, a spicy fish stew tempered with curry leaves and coconut milk and served with lacy appam pancakes, are also popular. 

During the Onam festival in September, most restaurants offer the Kerala sadhya (a vegetarian feast) served on a banana leaf with small portions of 26–28 dishes in a choreographed fashion.  Each dish has its place on the leaf, and healthy red rice is the main grain used to soak up the curries and gravies. 

Luxury hotel chains, such as the  Taj Group ,  Leela Palaces , and  CGH Earth hotels, are good places to start for all of these dishes.  

Gold standard

A woman dressed in traditional Kerala clothing and jewelry

India, on the whole, is a land of extremes: a maximalist, more-is-more culture where colors and chaos are embraced rather than subdued. Kerala, however, is different. Its aesthetic, at least with respect to everyday fashion and home decor, veers toward minimalism, largely because of Kerala’s hot weather. Clothes are not saturated with color; men wear a simple white  mundu , similar to a sarong, while women wear  kasavu   sarees, also in shades of white with a simple gold border. And homes, thanks to culture and climate, are sparsely furnished. 

When it comes to jewelry, however, Kerala leans more toward excess. Kerala  tops the country in gold consumption, evident in traditional Kerala brides’ trousseau (wedding ensemble), which includes  layers of gold necklaces. Here, jewelry brands abound—Joyalukkas, Jos Alukkas, Malabar Gold & Diamonds, and Bhima to name a few. All have retail outlets throughout Kerala.

Even if you don’t make a purchase, gold shopping in Kerala is an experience. There are  classic designs unique to Kerala, most inspired by natural elements, like leaves and flowers. The kasu-mala, a traditional coin necklace, is an exception. Bargaining for jewelry, like most things in India, is customary. If you kindly ask for a discount, chances are the salesman will “round things off” for you.

Magnificent mural paintings

A mural in Kerala

Mural paintings bring legends to life. They exist in different parts of India, mostly painted on the walls and ceilings of Hindu temples, depicting stories from myth and faith particular to the specific region. Kerala murals sport a certain  look and style , characterized by beatifically smiling gods with circular faces, voluptuous bodies, and dynamic postures. Since natural pigment is used, most Indian murals have just a few colors—white, green, ochre, and red. 

While Kerala murals are not as old as the 4th-century murals of the Ajanta and Ellora caves of Maharashtra, some of the  oldest Kerala murals date back to the 8th century CE. The oldest is at the  Thirunandikkara cave temple, now ceded to the neighboring state of Tamil Nadu. In 1989, the  Institute of Mural Painting was established in Kerala’s holy town of Guruvayur. Since then, several mural schools have opened, primarily around Kerala’s large  temples , where visitors can watch artists paint murals on canvas, which are usually then put up for sale. 

Good to know

Is kerala expensive .

Kerala is generally a cheap place to visit. A three-star hotel will run around $80 per night, while you can snag a hostel for about $20. For a sit-down dinner in a mid-range restaurant, you can expect to pay about $7 for an entrée. For cheaper meals, like street food, you can fill up for under $5. Tour guides typically run $5–$50, depending on the tour company. The priciest activities, like a half-day private tour, will cost about $70, but if you skip that, you can generally have a great time for under $15 per day.

Best time to visit Kerala

The best time to visit Kerala is from October to March. The months of December and January have the best weather (warm but not hot); however, they also see the most tourists. October–November and February–March offer a happy medium since the weather is cool and there aren’t too many tourists.

What languages are spoken in Kerala?

The main language in Kerala is Malayalam. Since Kerala is among India’s most literate states, most people have a working knowledge of English. In the main cities, most young people speak English, but in more rural areas, many people, especially the older generations, do not.

Kerala with kids

Kerala is an extremely family-friendly destination.  Most resorts have activities for kids, there are hikes in every part of the state, and even the fanciest restaurants are generally welcoming toward babies. Water sports are a great way to keep the little ones busy; visit the Alleppey backwaters, the Banasura dam in Wayanad, and Kovalam Beach near the capital for off-shore activities.

Kerala public transportation

While public transit tends to work well for locals in Kerala, most tourists opt for private, chauffeured cars, as they are inexpensive, safer, more convenient, and have English-speaking drivers.  

Is Kerala safe?

India ranks #126 out of 163, according to Vision of Humanity’s Global Peace Index . Kerala is generally safe, especially if you travel in groups or as a couple. Women traveling solo should be cautious, especially when traveling alone at night.

India also ranks #39 with a score of 66/100 for LGBTQ+ equality, according to Equaldex's LGBT Equality Index . Kerala is at the forefront of LGBTQ+ rights in India. Same-sex relationships have been legal since 2018, though same-sex marriages are not yet legal in India. Kerala is one of few states to offer gender affirmation surgeries through free government hospitals.

Getting to Kerala

  • ‍ Main airports: ‍ COK, TRV
  • Average Going deal price for cheap flights to Kerala : $663 roundtrip

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Shoba Narayan

Freelance Writer

Shoba Narayan spent all her childhood summers in Kerala and has relatives in every part of the state. She continues to visit several times a year and enjoys Kerala’s spices and recipes back home. She is the author of six books, a columnist for several newspapers, and writes travel articles for Condé Nast Traveler , The Financial Times , and other publications.

Published February 20, 2024

Last updated February 20, 2024

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Are you wondering what’s the best Kerala itinerary? You came to the right place.

Kerala is super green with lots of palm trees.  

We loved the seemingly endless lush green nature of Kerala, a paradise for nature lovers and for those who want to relax for a few days.

In this Kerala travel blog post, we share our complete Kerala trip itinerary.

So definitely keep reading.

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In a hurry? Here we share our Kerala trip plan for 7 days

If you don’t have time to read through the full 7 days Kerala trip itinerary,  use this overview to get an idea of the things to do each day and save it for later.

  • Day 1-2 Kochi ( Cochin ):  Chinese Fishing Nets, the Pardesi Synagogue, the St. Francis Church, walk through Princess street, Mattancherry Palace, attend a Kathakali dance show.
  • Day 3-4 Munnar:  Visit the tea plantations, Mattupety Dam, Echo Point, and Top Station. Go hiking, visit Eravikulam National Park, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Day 5-7 Allepey, Kumarakom, and Cochin: Relax in Allepey, cruise the backwaters, make a Shikara boat ride, take an Ayurveda massage.

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India essentials 

  • To find  cheap flights to India, click here.
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  • For more inspiration on what to do and to see in India, take a look at our  2 weeks in India itinerary  and our  Rajasthan itinerary.
  • Here you can find an overview of  the best India group tours . If you are specifically looking for  group tours that visit Kerala, click here.
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Kerala tour itinerary 7 days 

In this 7 days Kerala travel itinerary you will discover most of Kerala’s highlights. 

Day 1-2: Kochi (Cochin)

If the use of Cochin and Kochi gets you confused you’re not alone. 

Both names refer to the same city.  Kochi is the official name but many people still use the unofficial Cochin which was used by the British occupiers.

Kochi is the major airport in Kerala.  The airport is served by many domestic and international flights.

Depending on how late you arrive in Kochi we would recommend staying one or two nights.

Our driver was waiting for us at the arrivals hall.  In hindsight, we can now tell you that we are glad we had arranged one.

Although the distances that you will cover to visit these Kerala sights are nothing compared to the kilometers we traveled in the Northern part of India it is still a much more comfortable way of traveling.

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The St Francis church is not to miss when visiting Cochin

Kochi sightseeing

I’m not sure if you have ever been to Rajasthan.

If you have we can tell you that Kerala will be a whole different experience. It could just as well be another country.   

It’s a very tropical city with lots of water and palm trees and if somebody would have told us that we were no longer in Indian but in Thailand instead we could have believed him.

Here we share the best things to do in Kochi.

Things to do in Fort Kochi

Kochi is the economic capital of the state of Kerala. 

It is a big city but the highlights are all located in the same part of the city called Fort Kochi and can be covered in a half-day.

We visited the Chinese Fishing Nets, the Pardesi Synagogue, and the St. Francis Church.  Along the way we walked through Princess street, the place to hunt for souvenirs, snoop around bookstores or relax with a drink and some food.

Next, we went to the Mattancherry Palace, also called the Dutch Palace.  It’s a beautiful small palace with some awesome mural paintings.  It can in no way be compared to any of the palaces we visited in Rajasthan.

The museum does a good job of showcasing the many differences in the life of the Maharaja between the north and the south of the country.

Kochi is also a good place to attend a Kathakali dance show. This is a story play that originated in Kerala and is still unique to this region. 

The show kept us amused for the full hour.  Although we lost the storyline somewhere halfway, the costumes, make-up, and acts alone justify attending the show.

You can see a similar Kathakali show in Munnar if your agenda wouldn’t allow you to attend the show in Kochi.

Here you can find more places to visit in Fort Kochi. 

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Where to stay in Cochin

Le méridien cochin.

le Méridien Cochin India

We stayed in  the Meridien Cochin  and had a wonderful time. We had a very big comfortable room and enjoyed the delicious breakfast.  The staff was very accommodating and even invited us to the miss Kerala election that was held in the hotel. We would definitely stay here again if we would return to Cochin.

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If you aren’t convinced of this hotel, you will find a lot of other hotels in Cochin on Booking.com: Booking.com

Day 3-4: Munnar

From Kochi, we continued our journey towards the hill station of Munnar.

Driving time:  112 km- approximately 4 hours.

Things to do in Munnar

Munnar is a great location to spend 2 days.  Best of all is that the temperature is really enjoyable as it is higher up in the mountains.  It might even feel a little chilly when you’re acclimatized to the temperatures in the other parts of India.

So bring a warm jacket or sweater.

The main tourist attraction of Munnar are the many tea plantations. Did you know that India is famous for producing one of the best teas in the world? 

You can’t miss them, all roads in the area zigzag through the tea plantations. 

The sight is so spectacular that I think we may have asked our driver a hundred times to stop for a picture.

Munnar Hill Station, India

Several tea plantations are open to visitors. 

Some of them have a small museum where you can see how tea is made in the factories. 

There’s also the tea museum that tells more about the history of tea in this region.

For an even more authentic experience, you can book an organized tour that takes you on unpaved routes deep into the fields.   You will meet some of the tea pickers and see how they still mostly manually pick the leaves.  Did you know that they collect around 100kg of leaves every single day?

We loved the tea plantations so much that we would almost forget the other sights of Munnar. 

Once we sort of had enough of the impressive vistas on the tea plantations we headed to the Mattupety Dam, Echo Point, and Top Station.

Except for Top Station, the sights in themselves are not that special but the roads that take you there are all the more. 

Along the way, you pass several photogenic waterfalls as well as many more incredible vistas.

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Munnar is also surrounded by some beautiful national parks.

Eravikulam National Park is located half an hour outside Munnar and is the habitat of the almost extinct Nilgiri Tahr . 

Almost 2 hours North of Munnar is Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary where you can spot elephants and deer (and even leopards if you are really really lucky).

Hiking is another excellent way to witness the beauty of the region. 

Several gorgeous hikes and trekkings can be done ranging from easy to rather difficult but most are unmarked and require a guide.

If you plan on doing a lot of hiking, we would advise you to wear hiking leggings. They are a lot more comfortable than shorts when you plan on hiking a lot.

In the evening you can attend the Kathakali as well as Kalaripayattu shows.   The latter is a very energetic martial arts show.

Kalarippayattu Show, Munnar, India

Where to stay in Munnar 

Fragrant nature munnar.

Fragrant Nature Munnar India

The Fragrant Nature Munnar hotel is gorgeous and beautifully situated on the top of the valley amidst the jungle.  It is surrounded by tea and spice plantations. The hotel has comfortable and well-equipped rooms and is run by helpful and accommodating staff. The view from the room is outstanding.

Check prices and availability: Agoda

Day 5-7: Alleppey-Kumarakom-Cochin

Kumarakom and Alleppey are both nice places to end your vacation in Kerala. They are located on opposite sides of the Vembanad lake. 

We ended our vacation with some quality time in a resort in Kumarakom but you can also spend some relaxing days in Alleppey.

We have included a short comparison between the two to help you pick the best destination for your vacation.

Driving time: 175 km- approximately 4-5h

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Should you go to Alleppey or Kumarakom?

This depends on what you want to do.

If you want to cruise the backwaters and stay a night on a houseboat you might want to choose for Alleppey.

The boats leave from both locations but Alleppey has by far the biggest choice for a backwater cruise.

You won’t find a lot of resorts in Alleppey, these are all located along the lakeside in Kumarakom.

Kumarakom is the most flexible of the two as it allows you to combine a stay in a resort with an overnight cruise in a houseboat.  Some of the resorts have their own houseboats and offer this as a package.

You should know that although a Kerala backwater cruise lasts almost a full day the boat will only sail for about 6 hours. 

Local regulations reserve the lake for the fishermen at night, all houseboats need to dock by 5:30 PM. 

The majority of the 6 hours are also spent on the lake, most Kerala houseboats are too large to navigate the narrow channels of the backwaters where you can really experience daily life.

The small boats called Shikara offer an alternative way to see the backwaters. You can charter these per hour as a couple or family.

An advantage of these small boats is that they can navigate the narrow channels and because it’s a private tour you can ask the driver to stop if you want to take pictures.  We saw a lot of colorful birds so there’re plenty of picture opportunities.

We arranged a 2-hour Shikara boat ride. It seemed like 2 hours was enough although the scenery is really stunning. This cruise was one of the highlights of our trip to Kerala as the backwaters are so peaceful and beautiful. I think the backwaters might be the reason why they call this state “God’s own country”.

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If we would go back we would definitely opt for a Shikara again.

The Shikara boats leave from the Kavanattinkara boat jetty in Kumarakom.  This is close to the entrance of the bird sanctuary and your boat ride will actually take you along part of the edge of the sanctuary.   The sanctuary is a nice place to enjoy nature but the dense forest will make it difficult to spot birds. 

You can combine your boat ride with a visit to the sanctuary, just know that you will probably see more birds during the boat ride than during your forest trek in the sanctuary.

This region in Kerala is also famous for its Ayurveda massages. 

Ayurveda is a buzzword that’s popping up all over the world.  What you may not know is that it originated in India several thousand years ago.  It’s a way of life that revolves around creating peace and harmony in the body by aligning different energy channels, called chakras. 

The Ayurveda oils that are used have medicinal and detoxing properties.

You should try an Ayurveda massage if you currently suffer from insomnia or high levels of stress.

We had our massage at an Ayurveda Massage Center but you will see that most hotels offer these massages as well.

If you like to combine a backwater tour with a massage, this is the perfect tour for you. 

Where to stay in Alleppey 

Angel queen houseboat.

Angel Queen houseboat Alleppey India

A lovely boat with a top deck for great viewing. The boat has comfortable bedrooms with ensuites. The meals that are served are delicious and the scenery divine.

A good option for a relaxing and comfortable trip.

If you aren’t convinced of this houseboat, you will find a lot of other houseboats in Alleppey on Booking.com: Booking.com

Where to stay in Kumarakom?

Park regis aveda kumarakom.

Park Regis Aveda Kumarakom India

Classy resort with beautiful rooms that look out over the pool. Excellent food and service at the restaurant.  Very courteous and friendly staff. The hotel offers a complimentary sunset cruise. 

A beautiful peaceful place on the lake.

If you aren’t convinced of this hotel, you will find a lot of other resorts in Kumarakom on Booking.com: Booking.com

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Best time to visit Kerala

The best period to visit Kerala is from September to March although it can rain occasionally until December.

We had some daily scattered showers in October.  They usually occurred somewhere during the afternoon but not to that degree that it affected our travel plans for Kerala.

Kerala has an overall enjoyable climate whole year-round.  Most visitors prefer the above period because it’s warm but not too hot and there’s only a small chance to have vacation days ruined by rain. 

There are some popular activities in Kerala in this period. 

One is the Kumarakom Boat race in September and October and there is also Cochin Carnival which is widely celebrated in January.

This is the most popular tourist season and that is reflected in the hotel prices.

You will have to pay more for your accommodation, certainly around the year-end period.

As of April, the temperatures start rising towards 30 degrees and more.  Most tourists avoid Kerala during these months.

It’s a great time to explore the region if the heat doesn’t bother you, the hotel rates are lower and there will be fewer crowds.

In general, there will be plenty of sun during the daytime. 

Chances of heavy showers and thunderstorms towards evening increase as April ends and May kicks in.

June, July, and August is monsoon season in Kerala. 

The temperatures are hot and humid and almost daily there will be some heavy showers. 

Floods are not uncommon during this time of the year so it may be difficult to get around.

If your travel plans are limited to this time of the year and you are looking for a nature destination, we would recommend you to consider a trip to Borneo.

Cheap Flights to Kerala

If you want to score  cheap flights to Kerala we advise you to have a look at Momondo  and  Skyscanner.   

Both are flight aggregators that compare several hundreds of booking sites and give you an overview of the best flights and the cheapest sites to book them. 

Momondo and Skyscanner are both very good at finding good deals, of the two, Momondo is probably the one with the most intuitive user interface.

Visa requirements for India

With the exception of residents of Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives everybody needs a visa to enter India.

Recently the country has introduced e-visas.  You can find out if you’re eligible to apply for an e-visa on the government’s e-visa website .  The website also lists the fees.  These vary by country. (see point 4 of the instructions)

Note that the Indian government charges the fee regardless of whether your application has been approved or not.  The fee is seen as a processing fee and therefore non-refundable.  It’s always charged, even if your application would be rejected due to an unclear picture or an unreadable scan of your passport.

This made us a little uncomfortable and we decided to apply for our e-visa through a visa agency so that our information would be subject to an additional review by the agency before it was finally submitted.

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When you want to apply for the e-visa yourself make sure to do this directly on the official government website.  Ignore sites that falsely claim to be official like the one below, they add significant service charges to your application, more than reputable visa agencies such as iVisa.  The official e-visa site run by the government is  https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/ .

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Take a car and driver or join an organized tour

We always prefer to explore a country on our own. Primarily for the freedom that it gives us but also because it feels more authentic if you mingle with the locals on public transportation and in the streets.

We did some research but it wasn’t really easy to find something that worked for us. 

There’re buses that go to the hill stations but you would need an additional taxi or tuk-tuk to get to your hotel as many of them are spread out across the region and not really within the limits of those stations.

Then you will also have to make arrangements with a taxi or tuk-tuk to take you to the various sights, or you could book an organized tour.

Car and driver

In the end, we opted for a private chauffeured tour as it looked much easier.  

To book a private chauffeured tour you need to provide the company with your planned itinerary. This is because the price not only depends on the number of days but also on the number of kilometers that you will travel.

If you’re not sure about your itinerary for Kerala you can finetune it together with the company.

Most companies will be able to book your accommodations as well but you’re free to arrange your hotels yourself if you prefer.

Your driver will be waiting for you at the airport in the arrivals hall.  From this point on you have all the freedom about how you fill in your days.  We were well prepared and had a list of things that we wanted to see and do. Our driver always had some extra suggestions ready.  Each evening we made the final arrangements with him for the next day.

It worked out really well and turned out to be a comfortable way to visit Kerala.

If you are looking for a car and driver, take a look here. 

Joining an organized tour 

If you don’t have time to create your own itinerary or just don’t want to go independent, then you could also join an organized tour. 

TourRadar is an online travel agency specialized in multi-day tours.  Their well-arranged interface makes it easy to compare package tours from different operators.

They have several 7 days Kerala tour packages.

A tuk tuk in India

Tipping in India

There’s something strange about tipping in India and it took some time before we got a hold about when and how much we should tip.  Tipping, in India known as Baksheesh, is not common and didn’t exist before tourism became popular in India.  You will hardly ever see a local give a tip.

Westerners introduced the custom of tipping, maybe because poverty can be confronting, but our driver was quick to remind us that we didn’t need to be overly generous.

The Baksheesh has already found its way in the culture and staff in restaurants that see a lot of tourists now seem to expect tips from foreigners.

We sometimes noticed how we got treated differently than an Indian couple sitting at the table next to us.  Mostly regarding the bill because the service was equally good regardless of skin color, language, or origin.

We usually tipped about 10% in restaurants.

Make sure to check the bill for a service charge before you tip. 

Some restaurants will add this automatically, others don’t. 

We did try to hand the tip subtly to our waiter because we often noticed how restaurant managers were quick to collect the tips that were left on the table and they just disappeared in their own pockets.

The tipping policy was not any more clear in hotels. 

We noticed how luxury hotels seemed to have a no-tipping policy. 

We had some small rupees handy (the guideline is 50 rupees per bag) each time we arrived in a hotel but the porters in most luxury hotels were very fast to leave to the room. We often didn’t have the chance to hand over the tip. 

On the occasions where we did, they were overly grateful.   

Less luxurious hotels often showed a completely different picture. 

Hotel porters in these hotels would put on a whole show and acted like our bags weighed at least 50kg each. 

They clearly expected a tip and did not make a start to leave the room until we handed them the Baksheesh. 

We tipped the first group with pleasure, but the 2nd group gave us a bad feeling.

“If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay at home.” 

If you have a car with a driver it is also expected that you tip your driver for good service. 

Our driver was always on time and even acted as a guide whenever he could. 

He would tell us more about the places that we visited and would always offer suggestions about the places where we could go to. 

If you’re happy with the services of your driver the suggested tip is 200 INR per day per person. 

If you’re sharing a driver with a larger group you can lower these amounts, a tip of 800INR/day is very generous.

Scams in India

We encountered various small scams but luckily nothing that was too bad.

Most of them occurred in Rajasthan but you will be confronted with them in all public and touristic places all over India, even in temples.

Do not accept any free things that are offered to you.  Once you have accepted the so-called gift they will ask money in return.

Overall we had the impression that things weren’t as bad in Kerala as in Rajasthan but we prefer to share our tips anyway.

A small piece of advice is to not be annoyed too much by these scams.  If you allow them to influence your mood it will just ruin your experience.  Let it go and move on. It’s not worth ruining your trip over it.

Know how much you need to pay

We experienced how Indians shamelessly dared to ask a twentyfold of the official price for snacks or drinks. 

A coke in an ordinary Indian supermarket was suddenly more expensive than what we would pay in a fancy bistro along the Champs-Elysée. 

Although you clearly know that this cannot be correct it’s hard to negotiate a fair price if you do not know this price. 

After we overpaid once our driver showed us where could find the official price.

All drinks and snacks should have the price printed on them.  If the bottle or package is not showing the price or the price has been barred just move on and find a trustworthy seller.

We visited most sites with our driver and when we did he told us the entry fees we needed to pay. 

Most of the time these were also clearly indicated at the ticket offices. Prices for foreigners are more expensive than those for locals. 

Luckily the difference is not that big here than it was in the North where foreigners often paid the fifteenfold or twentyfold of locals.

Most entrance fees can be paid with a credit card or cash. 

Monuments that are run by the government often have some discount for credit card payments. 

 When paying cash make sure to check your change, short-changing is not uncommon in India.

The chances are smaller that they will try to pull short-changing tricks on you if you clearly show the notes that you hand over or even mention how much cash you give them.

Something else we experienced, although in New Delhi, is that people pretended to be ticket vendors although the entrance is free. 

This happened at the Jama Masjid mosque. 

Scammers stopped us at the entrance and rather aggressively asked us to pay 300 INR per person and an additional 300 INR for each camera.

Because we knew the entrance was free we ended up only paying the camera fee and saved 600 INR.

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If you plan on visiting any monuments look up the price online before you go.

Price indication on water bottle (India)

Adapter for electrical appliances

India uses a mix of electrical plugs type C (also known as Europlug), D and M .  The type C plug is similar to what is used in most European countries. 

The Type M plug has three round pins in a triangular pattern and looks similar to the Type D plug, the only difference being that its pins are much larger.

Type M pins are used for bigger appliances.

Since we are from Belgium, we did not need an adapter.

If you have problems using type C plugs in Type D sockets you should try to insert an object with a fine tip into the top hole while inserting the plug.

Stay healthy

Maybe it was the temperature that was slightly more pleasant or maybe the kitchen hygiene is just better, whatever the reason was, once we arrived in Kerala we were released of the famous Delhi belly.

We still obeyed the following rules:

Avoid drinking any tap water or brushing your teeth with it.  Try to steer clear from any food that may have been washed in it like salads and order any soda’s without ice.

Indians have the lowest rate of meat consumption in the world. India has 500 million vegetarians, that are more vegetarians than the rest of the world put together.

The country offers perhaps the world’s most fabulous choice of vegetarian food so it may be a good choice to go veggie for the duration of your stay in India.

Undercooked or rotten meat can do a lot more harm than a badly prepared vegetarian dish.

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Expenses abroad can be seriously inflated by fees from your bank or credit card.  That’s why I’m a huge fan of my  N26 account.   

The account is available to most EU residents.

 The  checking account  is free as well as the associated Mastercard and there’s no exchange rate provision when you use to card for payments abroad. 

There’s a 1,7% exchange rate provision when you withdraw money abroad but even that is free with  the premium Black Mastercard.  

The app is another great feature of the card, you can follow your expenses in real-time and instantly block your card if you see any signs of fraud.

When paying cash double-check the amount you hand over to the cashier and double-check the notes you get back.  Shortchanging is, unfortunately, a common practice in India.

Also, check the quality of the notes you get back.

It doesn’t matter so much for small notes (anything up to 100INR) but don’t accept any notes over 100 that are damaged or have been written on. 

We had one 500 rupee note with some yellow marks on it and it took us a while before somebody wanted to accept it.

We stayed in both 3, 4, and 5-star hotels. 

The level of service in all of them was excellent but we noticed how the cleanliness was significantly lower in 3-star hotels. 

We found dust on the shelves, old worn towels, raffled carpet in the corridors, sticky tables in the restaurant, and pigeon poop all around the pool. 

What we didn’t find was toilet paper in the public toilets. 😊 Not what we would expect from a 3-star hotel but you have to keep in mind that the standards for cleanliness are different in India.

Indian cities are often very hectic and noisy and we were often happy that we could relax in a comfortable hotel after a busy day.

We would recommend taking slightly better hotels then you usually take so that you can unwind and relax after a hectic day.

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Last but not least… I’m not sure how good or bad Indian hospitals are. 

I do want to believe that they have a higher standard of cleanliness than the average Indian restaurant but still, I rather don’t experience it myself.

We never had anything serious happen on any of our journeys around the world but we never take any risks, better safe than sorry…  That’s why we always travel with good travel insurance.

If you don’t have travel insurance yet, check out HeyMondo or Safetywing . Both companies over good travel insurance for a competitive price.

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We had an amazing week in Kerala.

The backwaters are incredibly beautiful and although this is the third time that we visit tea plantations they keep on inspiring us to snap hundreds of pictures.

Kerala has everything you need for a lovely vacation. 

There’re fantastic hotels in all price classes.

One thing I noticed about hotels in India is that the service is always excellent.  Cleanliness is somewhat troublesome in 3-star hotels (we did not stay below 3 stars) but the service remains spotless.

Nature lovers as we are we were definitely charmed by the beautiful nature of the state. 

If we would come back we would certainly do some trekkings and maybe even try one of the bounty beaches to relax afterward.

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Bharat Taxi

Friday 27th of December 2019

Thanks for sharing your itinerary for the trip, Kerala is very beautiful city and there have many places to visit for sightseeing. I really appreciate this post, all images are so beautiful, Thanks for sharing this post.

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  • Classic Kerala: This itinerary includes popular destinations like Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, and Kovalam. It offers a mix of culture, nature, and backwater experiences.
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4 Nights / 5 Days

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Sightseeing & Transfers in a Private Cab with Driver

₹ 21,000*

Magnificent Kerala Package Tour with Kanyakumari

7 Nights / 8 Days

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₹ 28,700*

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Coimbatore(0N) → Ooty(2N) → Munnar(2N) → Thekkady(1N) → Alleppey(1N)

Private cab with driver

Sightseeing in a private cab

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Alleppey Kumarakom Backwater Cruise Tour with Kochi Sightseeing

Kochi(2N) → Alleppey(1N) → Kumarakom(2N)

Private AC Sedan car with driver

Sightseeing in a private AC Sedan car

₹ 22,100*

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₹ 24,550*

Kerala 8 Days Itinerary: Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Kovalam & Kochi

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₹ 35,250*

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Kochi(1N) → Munnar(2N) → Vagamon(1N) → Thekkady(1N) → Alleppey(1N) → Kumarakom(1N) → Kovalam(3N)

Twin sharing room or deluxe bed

Sightseeing & Transfers in a Private cab with driver

Private car with driver

₹ 39,799*

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Twin-sharing room or deluxe room

A private car with driver

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₹ 28,000*

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₹ 69,000*

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Sightseeing in AC Indica

₹ 22,000*

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Sightseeing & trasnfer in a private cab

₹ 27,500*

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Bangalore(0N) → Coorg(2N) → Wayanad(2N)

₹ 15,000*

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₹ 25,500*

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₹ 13,000*

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₹ 27,599*

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Kochi(0N) → Munnar(2N) → Alleppey(3N)

Picku & drop at Kochi

Sightseeing & transfer in a private cab

₹ 24,000*

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Kochi(0N) → Varkala(2N) → Kovalam(3N)

₹ 18,200*

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Kochi(1N) → Kumarakom(1N) → Vagamon(1N)

Houseboat Stay for 1N

₹ 14,000*

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Kochi(1N) → Munnar(2N) → Thekkady(1N) → Alleppey(1N)

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₹ 27,999*

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₹ 13,900*

Kerala Package Holiday: Vagamon, Munnar, Kottayam and Alleppey

Kochi(0N) → Munnar(2N) → Vagamon(1N) → Kottayam(1N) Alleppey(1N)

Twin-sharing room

Sightseeing & Transfers in a private car

Breakfast, All meals on Houseboat

Cruise Ticket

₹ 24,670*

Charms of Poovar, Kovalam and Kanyakumari

Trivandrum(0N) → Poovar(2N) → Kovalam(2N)

₹ 13,500*

Beautiful Wayanad, Calicut, Kottakal

Wayanad (2N) → Calicut (1N) → Kottakal (1N) → Kochi (1N)

₹ 24,307*

Kerala 9 Days Itinerary - Water Taxi to Poovar Beach

8 Nights / 9 Days

Kochi(1N) → Munnar(2N) → Thekkady(1N) → Alleppey(1N) → Kovalam(2N) → Poovar(1N)

₹ 40,800*

Kerala Tour Package - Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey & Kovalam

Kochi (0N) → Munnar(2N) → Thekkady(1N) → Alleppey(1N) → Kovalam(2N)

Bus/Train fare as applicable for transfer(s)

Romantic Honeymoon Getaway: Best Kerala Package for Couples

Kochi(1N) → Munnar(3N) → Alleppey(1N)

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₹ 29,999*

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₹ 27,000*

Best of Kerala Holiday Tour Package

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Private Innova AC with driver

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₹ 23,700*

Unforgettable Kerala Trip with Munnar, Kovalam & More

₹ 26,999*

Kerala Tour Package 3 Nights 4 Days : Munnar & Alleppey

Kochi (0N) → Munnar(2N) → Alleppey(1N)

Houseboat Stay with All Meals

₹ 14,999*

Classic Kerala Tour for 5 Nights & 6 Days

Trivandrum(0N) → Varkala(1N) → Kovalam(2N) → Kanyakumari(2N)

Transfer & sightseeing in private AC cab with driver

Best of Kerala in 10 Days : Family Tour Package

9 Nights / 10 Days

Trivandrum(0N) → Kovalam(2N) → Varkala(1N) → Alleppey(1N) → Kumarakom(1N) → Thekkady(1N) → Munnar(2N) → Kochi(1N)

Private AC cab with driver

Sightseeing in a private AC cab

₹ 51,900*

Unconventional Kerala Tour Package: Mararikulam, Varkala & More

Kochi(0N) → Mararikulam(2N) → Kollam(2N) → Varkala(2N)

₹ 30,200*

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₹ 40,999*

Beaches & Backwaters of Kerala Package

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₹ 32,300*

Delightful Vagamon, Kochi, Alleppey Package

Kochi (1N) → Vagamon (2N) → Alleppey (1N)

Twin-sharing rooms with driver

Sightseeing & Transfers in a Private cab

₹ 17,104*

Luxury Kovalam & Kollam Couple Tour Package

Trivandrum(0N) → Kovalam(2N) → Kollam(2N)

Sunset Cruise in Kollam

Admirable Kerala with Kumarakom Backwaters Ride

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Sightseeing & transfer in private car

₹ 25,605*

Jewels of South India : Kerala & Tamil Nadu Family Tour

Trivandrum(0N) → Kovalam(1N) → Kanyakumari(1N) → Rameswaram(1N) → Madurai(1N) → Munnar(2N) → Thekkady(1N) → Alleppey(1N) → Kochi(1N)

Daily breakfast

₹ 40,000*

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₹ 13,700*

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₹ 31,200*

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Sightseeing & transfer in Tata Indica or similar car

₹ 44,890*

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Kochi(0N) → Munnar(2N) → Kumarakom(1N)

₹ 12,000*

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Tailor-Make Your Kerala Itinerary

Kerala now reopens to travelers. From February 14, 2022, all travelers can enter India without quarantine or nucleic acid test as long as you're fully vaccinated.

Kerala is often called God's Own Country because of its incredible natural beauty and charm. This South Indian state is a tropical paradise with beautiful waterfalls, bountiful wildlife, and a laid-back and peaceful vibe.

If you want to explore the main highlights of Kerala, your trip should be at least 4-5 days but a full 7-8 days is better. The top 3 places to visit in the state are Kochi with its great food and culture, Munnar with its expansive tea plantations, and Alleppey with its canal networks.

In this article, we will explain everything you need to know about planning your trip to Kerala including why you should visit, where you should go, what you should do, what to expect with food and accommodation, as well as a sample itinerary for your trip.

  • Kerala is the perfect place to visit for travelers who are looking for a relaxing and laid-back trip to India or those who have visited India once before.
  • In Kerala, visitors can explore tea and spice plantations, take a boat ride through rural backwater villages, try great food, and experience Ayurveda or yoga retreats.
  • The top places to go in Kerala include Cochin, Munnar, Periyar National Park, and Alleppey.
  • Kerala has excellent heritage hotels and gorgeous resort accommodation that offer spa services and Ayurvedic treatments.
  • The best time to visit Kerala is from December to February, but those who don't mind hot weather can also visit from March to May.

Kerala is not usually the first place that travelers think of when they start planning a trip to India, but it is the perfect location to relax and is especially great for travelers who have already visited the Golden Triangle and have seen classic India.

While the rest of India tends to be chaotic, crowded, and dry, Kerala is tropical, laid-back, and peaceful. The culture here is unique and the scenery and wildlife are unbeatable.

1. Culture and cuisine that are refreshing and different from anything else in India

Kerala is a small piece of land that contains a large mixture of unique cultures. From the influence of the Portuguese, Arabs, and Chinese that you will find in Kochi to the rural villages of the backwaters, in Kerala travelers can experience parts of India that are often unseen.

The uniqueness and diversity of Keralan culture can also be seen in the local cuisine. Out of all the states in India, Keralan food is the most loved for its sweetness, fresh seafood, and mixture of aromatic spices that provide a depth of flavor without too much heat.

2. An abundance of opportunities to experience Ayurvedic treatments or do yoga

Kerala is the best place to go to experience Ayurveda which is one of the world's oldest and best-known forms of traditional medicine. This state is known for its Ayurvedic retreats that give clients unique treatment plans to cure their ailments naturally.

Kerala also offers yoga retreats and classes for people of all levels. Yoga enthusiasts can take a few classes or enroll in a longer and more intense program that involves meditation and spiritual awakening.

3. The state is absolutely full of unique wildlife and animals

Kerala has more than 25 wildlife reserves and its vast jungles are teeming with beautiful wild animals like elephants, Bengal tigers, and monkeys.

Periyar National Park is one of the state's biggest wildlife reserves covering almost 100 square kilometers of jungle. This is one of the best places to see Bengal tigers in their natural habitat. The park also includes lots of other critters like flying squirrels and macaques.

4. A tropical paradise with beaches, jungles, and forests

The state's absolutely beautiful scenery is one of the reasons that Kerala that draws so many visitors and continues to leave them awestruck. The coasts are lined with white-sand beaches that are bordered by the Arabian Sea on one side and tall palm trees on the other.

Once you leave the coast, you can head into the villages of the backwaters which are small patches of farmland separated by deep canals with blue waters full of lotus flowers.

In the hill stations near the Western Ghats, visitors can take in the lush green mountain forests and the local tea and spice plantations. In the national parks, you'll find the dense jungles, calm lagoons, and picturesque waterfalls.

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Top 7 Places to Visit in Kerala

Although Kerala is a small state, it has a lot to offer and many incredible places that are worth visiting.

Travelers who have 4-5 days can spend time in Kochi, Munnar, and Alleppey.

Those who have 7-10 days can also add visits to some of the state's other beautiful destinations such as Periyar National Park or some top beaches.

Kochi or Cochin is often called the 'Gateway to Kerala' and is the first place travelers will visit upon their arrival in the state. Kochi was originally an important port city during the spice trade and was once a Portuguese colony . The city has also been influenced by the Arabs, British, Dutch, and Chinese.

Walking through Fort Kochi, visitors can take in the charming colonial architecture, see the Chinese Fishing Nets at sunset, stop inside a spice shop to try the locally grown pepper or cardamon, and relax in boutique coffee shops near the Arabian Sea.

Munnar is Kerala's most famous hill station which was originally founded by the British as a place to grow tea. Today, Munnar is still famous for the variety and flavors of tea it produces. It also has coffee plantations and spice farms that grow everything from ginger and garlic to vanilla, cloves, and cardamom.

Munnar is located in the Western Ghats and because of its higher elevation is a great escape from the heat and humidity of the rest of the state. Here you can stay in a resort and spend your days taking in the rainforest scenery or touring aromatic plantations.

3. Alleppey

Alleppey is the name of a small island that is located in Kerala's famous backwaters . The backwaters are an area of Kerala with many small villages and farms that are separated by a complex system of canals . The people in these villages have their own unique culture and language.

The best way to explore this area is to rent a houseboat. Houseboats are comfortable and private boats that come with a captain and a chef and take travelers on excursions through the backwater canals.

4. Periyar National Park

Periyar National Park is located in Thekkady and is one of the most popular wildlife reserves in South India. This is a great eco-tourism destination where travelers can explore the jungles and see animals in their natural habitats instead of in captivity.

In Periyar, visitors can take a safari through the jungle or boat through the waterways in search of Bengal tigers, wild Asian elephants, and mischievous monkeys.

5. Varkala Beach

Varkala Beach is one of the best beaches in India due to its striking views and location. Varkala is a long stretch of land that is bordered by sheer cliffs on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other.

When visiting, travelers can stay in resorts and hotels on the cliff that overlook the beach and sea below. Varkala is becoming more and more popular these days but is still less developed than Kovalam while also offering plenty of beach shacks and shops for travelers.

6. Kovalam Beach

Kovalam Beach is the most popular and most developed beach in Kerala. This is the perfect place to go if you are looking for plenty of things to do, great restaurants, and adventure sports.

Kovalam is a great place to get a traditional Ayurvedic massage which will helps your body achieve balance and calm. Kovalam is full of massage parlors and most hotels here offer Ayurvedic treatments too.

7. Marari Beach

Marari Beach is located about 30 minutes north of Alleppey and is a quieter and less developed beach that is off the normal tourist track.

Marari is the perfect place to go after taking a tour of the backwaters on a relaxing houseboat. Here you can continue your relaxation by spending some time on the sand near the coconut groves.

Best 11 Things To Do in Kerala

A good way to figure out where you want to go in Kerala is to first decide which experiences you are most interested in.

Check out the top 11 things to do in Kerala below:

1. Cruise Through the Backwaters

One of the most popular things to do in Kerala is to explore the backwaters on a houseboat. Taking a houseboat through the canals of local villages is an incredibly relaxing experience. On the boat, you can sit on the upper deck and unwind while your personal chef and captain take care of the rest.

Taking a cruise through the backwaters gives travelers an opportunity to see culturally unique villages that would otherwise be difficult to reach. It is also a great way to take in the tropical scenery of the Keralan countryside.

2. Get an Ayurvedic Treatment

Ayurveda is a traditional medicine practice that includes many different methods to bring the body back into balance through a variety of techniques that have been studied for 5000 years.

Those who are interested in learning more about Ayurveda can spend some time at an Ayurveda retreat where they will get a personal diagnosis and treatment plan. Most hotels and resorts in Kerala offer Ayurvedic massages for those who are curious but don't want to take the retreat route.

3. Relax with Yoga

Kerala is a popular destination for travelers who want to learn more about yoga and meditation from the place they originated.

Yoga practitioners of all levels can spend time at an Ashram where they will learn about the principles of yoga and follow a strict schedule and regimen. There are also plenty of options for more laid back yoga retreats that include yoga on the beach and massage treatments.

4. Take a Cooking Class

Keralan cuisine is famous for the way it achieves a perfect balance in the use of local spices and ingredients. Compared to North India, Keralan food is lighter and sweeter in flavor.

Taking a cooking class is a great way to get hands-on experience with this important part of Keralan culture. In your class, you can learn how to make the classic sambar (veggie curry), dosa (a flat rice batter crepe), fish masala, and more.

5. Explore the Tropical Jungles and See Native Wildlife

Kerala has a large variety of national parks and wildlife reserves. The most famous is Periyar which is a great place to see wild tigers and elephants while on a jungle safari.

Eravikulam is a beautiful park that is located near Munnar and is full of great forest treks and famous waterfalls and Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most beautiful parks in the state with its expansive evergreen forests.

6. Visit a Tea Plantation

Kerala is one of the top tea producing states in India and has some of the best plantations that grow the most high-quality tea. The Munnar hill station is covered in tea fields and plantations that visitors can explore.

All the tea in Munnar is handpicked by field workers to ensure quality. After exploring the plantations, travelers can hike around the surrounding hills or check out the local Tea Museum.

7. Explore the Spice Plantations

The high elevation hills of Munnar aren't just perfect for growing tea but are also great places to grow a variety of spices. The spices grown on plantations in Munnar have long been very lucrative for the state of Kerala and were once considered to be highly valuable by merchants from Europe, China, and the Ottoman Empire.

When exploring a spice plantation, you'll find a variety of spices including cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, nutmeg, mace, and ginger all growing in their separate sections of the field.

8. Take a Food Tour

When talking about Kerala, one thing that is always mentioned is its incredible food. While it might seem like we are over exaggerating when we say Keralan food is amazing, our proof is in the travelers who return from India with nothing but love for this fresh and balanced cuisine.

The best way to experience everything that Keralan cuisine has to offer is to take a food tour. These tours often include cooking classes, visits to plantations, and lots of sampling and tasting.

9. Join in a Festival

Because the culture of Kerala is completely different from the rest of India, the state also celebrates unique and interesting festivals. Participating in a festival is one of the best ways to understand more about India's complex relationship with religion and local heritage.

Onam is Kerala's biggest festival of the year and is celebrated in late August or early September. This festival lasts for 10 days and includes large feasts, traditional Kathakali dance performances, music, intricate rangoli decorations, rituals, and boat races.

10. Hike Through the Lush Green Landscape

The Himalayan region of India is the most famous amongst trekkers who are interested in difficult climbs at high elevation. Kerala offers a different type of hiking that is more relaxed with the goal of taking in rural villages and tropical scenery.

The Western Ghats are the best area in Kerala for hiking or walking tours. Here you will find a large variety of landscapes including shrub forests, tropical jungles, evergreen forests, and rolling grasslands. On your walks, you will also see plenty of local wildlife including birds and small animals.

11. Unwind at the Beach

Kerala has a long coastline filled with beautiful tropical beaches that are surrounding by tall palm trees and the Arabian Sea.

Besides relaxing in the sun, Kerala's beaches offer plenty of things to do. In recent years, many beaches have become popular places for Ayurveda or yoga retreats where clients can learn about these traditional practices while also catching some rays.

The Keralan coast is also the best place to try local seafood dishes. Here, fish is caught and then immediately brought into restaurants where it is freshly cooked. Nowhere else does fish masala taste better than on the beaches of Kerala.

Festivals and Events in Kerala

While the most important festival for most Indians is Diwali, the most important holiday of the year in Kerala is Onam . Onam is a 10-day celebration that occurs in early September and is celebrated through many rituals and events.

During Onam, travelers can watch as people perform pujas or rituals at temples and celebrate in the streets of Kochi with dance performances and music. Onam is also famous for the beautiful rangoli which are designs that are made from colored rice and flowers.

Kerala also holds many temple festivals that celebrate one specific temple with rituals and parades of painted elephants. Our favorite temple festival is Thrissur Pooram which is celebrated at Vadakkunnathan Temple.

Other great festivals to experience in Kerala include Theyyam , the 800-year-old celebration of deities, and the boat races including Nehru Trophy Boat Race in Alleppey.

If there is one thing that travelers can't stop talking about in Kerala, its the food. While food all over India is incredible, Keralan food is beloved by so many for its fresh ingredients, sweetness, and flavor that includes many spices but is not too hot.

One of the most famous and commonly eaten dishes in Kerala is fresh fish masala . This dish includes the catch of the day cooked in a spice-filled coconut sauce.

Another great thing to try in Kerala is the South Indian dosa . Dosas are a typical South Indian breakfast food that are made from rice batter and are fluffy and light pieces of flatbread. Dosas are often dipped in sauces or gravies like sambar.

Hotels and resorts in Kerala often have great chefs that serve some of the best authentic local food along with some western options. Eating in your hotel for lunch is a great way to get an introduction to Indian food. We also recommend eating in specialty restaurants or cafes to try out some local specialties.

If you want to learn more about Keralan food and spices, then make sure to take a cooking class to get first-hand experience with how authentic local food is made.

Kerala has a tropical and humid climate.

The best time to visit is typically from December to February when the state experiences dry and slightly cooler weather. This is the high season for tourism in Kerala which means higher prices on accommodation and travel. With Asia Highlights , you enjoy 100% refund of any payments made to China Highlights prior to 3 weeks before departure ( detail⇒ ).

It is possible to visit Kerala during the hot season from March to May. During this time you can expect hot and humid days with temperatures typically 28 and 32°C (82 and 90°F). The hot season is the best time to visit Kerala's wildlife reserves because the animals are more active in hot weather.

Kerala experiences a long monsoon season that typically lasts from June to November. The state actually gets hit with two monsoons. The first brings the most rain and lasts from June to September. Kerala sometimes experiences flooding at this time.

The second monsoon hits in November and December, but brings much less rain and can be a great time to visit for those looking for more affordable prices on yoga retreats or Ayurveda resorts.

Best Accommodation in Kerala

Kerala is the perfect place to spend your holiday if you are interested in staying in beautiful colonial heritage hotels or resorts with pools, spas, and massage treatments. No matter where you go in Kerala, you'll be able to find great options for accommodation.

Check out some of our recommendations below:

Cochin is the largest city in Kerala and was once colonized by the Portuguese. This area's unique history makes it the perfect place to stay in a beautiful heritage hotel. We love the Taj Malabar Resort & Spa for its old-world charm, first-rate spa, and views of the harbor.

We also love the Trident Cochin for its 5-star facilities, beautiful gardens, and Ayurvedic center. If you would like to stay in a beautiful location that's farther away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, you can check out Le Meridien Kochi which overlooks the Cochin backwaters and has two beautiful restaurants that serve great western and Indian dishes.

Munnar is Kerala's best hill station and is famous for its cool and comfortable weather. This is a great place to stay in a luxurious hotel with views of the surrounding tea plantations.

One of our favorite hotels in Munnar is Fragrant Nature Munnar which is located in the mountain forest surrounded by wildlife. This hotel offers comfortable bungalows with mountain views and cozy fireplaces. Fragrant Nature also has a restaurant with all-day dining that serves North and South Indian cuisine.

We also love the Windmere Estate for its great views and location near the aromatic coffee and spice plantations and Ragamaya Resort & Spa for its luxurious rooms and on-site authentic Ayurvedic treatments.

When traveling to the backwaters of Alleppey, you will spend at least one night on a houseboat. If you would like to stay in the area for a longer period, then there is nowhere better than at a homestay. Homestays are a great way to get to know the local people. Most homestays in Alleppey offer simple but comfortable accommodation.

Our favorite homestays include Venice Castle and the Bella Art and Meditation House .

How to Travel in Kerala

In order to get to Kerala, most people will fly into the Cochin International Airport. This airport receives flights from many domestic cities including Delhi and Mumbai and a few international flights as well.

Once you have arrived in Kerala by plane, the best way to travel throughout the state is with a private chauffeured car. Hiring a chauffeured car is quite affordable in India and is the most convenient and comfortable way to travel in Kerala.

Here are the normal travel times by private car:

  • Cochin to Munnar: 4 hours
  • Munnar to Periyar: 4 hours
  • Periyar to Alleppey: 3.5 hours
  • Alleppey to Cochin: 2 hours

It is also possible to travel between these cities by bus. Local buses normally take longer than traveling by a private car and are often uncomfortable and crowded.

While there are some trains in Kerala, train travel is not as convenient as other methods of transportation. Kerala is a very hilly state that is full of dense jungles and wet lowlands making building large highways and train routes difficult.

At Asia Highlights, we tailor-make the itinerary of every guest to suit each traveler's specific interests and travel goals.

Our basic Kerala itinerary consists of visiting Cochin, Munnar, Periyar, and Alleppey. Go ahead and take a look to get some inspiration and then contact us if you would like to make changes or add on different destinations.

There are many benefits of taking a private tour of Kerala. Through a private tour, you will be able to see the best parts of this beautiful state conveniently and comfortably. The cost of a private tour includes a chauffeured car, private English-speaking guide, breakfast and lunch, and your gorgeous hotel.

Day 1: Arrive in Cochin

On the first day of your Kerala journey, you will arrive at the Cochin International Airport and then will be met by one of our representatives at the arrivals gate. Afterward, you will be introduced to your private chauffeur who will take you to your hotel.

Feel free to spend the rest of the day relaxing at the hotel spa or exploring nearby neighborhoods.

Day 2: Cochin

On your second day, your private guide will take you around this ancient port city to explore the streets of Fort Kochi and other areas. Here you can learn about Cochin's diverse heritage by visiting the Dutch Mattancherry Palace, Portuguese Santa Cruz Basilica, and the St Francis Church which is believed to be one of the oldest churches in India.

In Cochin, you can also take a cooking class, visit spice shops, relax in high-end restaurants, and explore local art galleries.

In the evening, head to the waterfront to see the fisherman using the famous Chinese fishing nets and get great photos of the sunset over the Arabian Sea.

Day 3: Munnar

After Cochin, you will take a private transfer to Munnar where the weather is cooler and the vast tea plantations are surrounded by misty jungles. Here, you can spend your first day touring a tea plantation, visiting the tea museum, or simply taking in the views of the surrounding forests from your hotel.

Day 4: Munnar

Wake up in the early morning to take a trek through the gorgeous forests and surrounding hills. On your trek, you will see various animals and plants and take in the beautiful views.

After your hike, you can check out some of the local coffee and spice plantations to learn more about Kerala's flavors. You can also take an excursion to the nearby Eravikulam National Park.

Day 5: Periyar

Spend the next morning in Munnar at your hotel spa or sipping a cup of tea while taking in the surrounding scenery. In the afternoon, you transfer to Periyar National Park via private car.

Day 6: Periyar to Alleppey

Wake up in the early morning to take a jungle walk with a park ranger to see monkeys, deer, giant squirrels, and some beautiful birds. Jungle walks typically last for around 3 hours and it's important to wear good shoes and comfortable clothes.

For those who don't want to walk, it is possible to take a boat safari through the jungles. Periyar National Park has wild Bengal tigers but spotting them often takes multiple days spent inside the park.

Day 7: Alleppey and the Backwaters

In the afternoon, head to Alleppey where you will meet the captain of your gorgeous houseboat. Spend the afternoon cruising through the canals and trying authentic local cuisine.

You can sit on the boat's upper deck to catch some sun with views of the surrounding villages.

Spend the night on the boat in your own private room.

Day 8: Return to Cochin Airport

The next morning, your driver will meet you at the docks and take you back to Cochin where you can catch your flight to your next destination.

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Welcome to Kerala, a beautiful state located in the southwestern region of India. Known for its stunning natural landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and delectable cuisine, Kerala attracts visitors from all around the world. Whether you’re planning a vacation or considering settling down in Kerala, it’s essential to have an understanding of the cost of living in this diverse and vibrant state.

Kerala offers a unique blend of affordability and quality of life. From transportation and accommodation to food and entertainment, Kerala provides a range of options to suit every budget. By gaining insights into the cost of various aspects of living in Kerala, you can better plan your finances and make informed decisions.

It’s important to note that the cost of living in Kerala can vary depending on factors such as the location within the state, lifestyle choices, and personal preferences. The following sections will provide an overview of the average costs you can expect to encounter in various aspects of life in Kerala.

Whether you’re a tourist exploring the state or a resident seeking a comfortable lifestyle, understanding the cost of living in Kerala will enable you to make the most of your experience while managing your finances efficiently.

Cost of Transportation

Transportation in Kerala is relatively affordable compared to many other places, making it convenient for both tourists and residents to get around. The state has a well-connected network of roads, railways, and airports, offering various options for travel.

If you prefer public transportation, Kerala has an extensive bus network that covers both urban and rural areas. The Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) operates a fleet of buses that connect major cities, towns, and villages. The fares are reasonable, with prices starting as low as ₹10 for short distances and increasing based on the distance traveled.

Railway transportation is another popular means of travel in Kerala. The state has a well-developed railway system with trains connecting major cities and towns. The fares are generally affordable, and it’s advisable to book tickets in advance to secure the best prices.

Taxis and auto-rickshaws are also widely available for shorter distances within the cities. Auto-rickshaws usually charge based on a meter, while taxis operate on both metered and negotiated fares depending on the location and distance traveled.

For those who prefer more flexibility, renting a motorcycle or car is a convenient option. Rental services are readily available, and the cost varies depending on the vehicle type, duration of rental, and the location you choose.

When it comes to fuel prices, Kerala follows the national pricing, with petrol and diesel available at standard rates across the state. It’s worth noting that traffic congestion can be heavy in urban areas during peak hours, so it’s advisable to plan your travels accordingly.

Overall, the cost of transportation in Kerala is budget-friendly, allowing you to explore the picturesque landscapes and cultural gems without breaking the bank.

Cost of Accommodation

In Kerala, you can find a wide range of accommodation options that cater to different budgets and preferences. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious hotel, a cozy guesthouse, or a budget-friendly hostel, Kerala has it all.

The cost of accommodation in Kerala can vary significantly depending on factors such as location, amenities, and the type of accommodation you choose. The major cities like Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, and Kozhikode tend to have higher accommodation costs compared to smaller towns and rural areas.

If you’re on a budget, you can find affordable guesthouses and hostels in popular tourist destinations like Fort Kochi, Munnar, and Varkala. These options offer comfortable and clean rooms at reasonable prices, starting as low as ₹500 per night.

For mid-range travelers, there are numerous three-star and four-star hotels available throughout the state. Prices typically range from ₹2,000 to ₹5,000 per night, depending on the location and amenities provided.

If you’re looking for luxury accommodation, Kerala boasts a variety of high-end resorts and boutique hotels. These establishments offer world-class facilities, stunning views, and exceptional service. Prices for luxury accommodation can range from ₹7,000 to ₹20,000 or more per night.

Additionally, Kerala is known for its unique backwater experiences. Staying in a traditional houseboat, also known as a “kettuvallam,” is a popular choice for tourists. Houseboat rates vary depending on the size, amenities, and duration of your stay, with prices starting from around ₹6,000 per night.

If you’re planning to stay in Kerala for an extended period, you may also consider renting an apartment or a house. Rental prices can vary drastically depending on the location, size, and furnishings. On average, a one-bedroom apartment in a city center can cost between ₹15,000 and ₹25,000 per month.

It’s worth noting that the peak tourist season in Kerala, which falls during the winter months of November to February, tends to have higher accommodation rates. To secure the best deals, it’s advisable to book your accommodation in advance, especially during this period.

Overall, Kerala offers a range of accommodation options to suit every budget, making it a great destination for both short-term travelers and long-term residents.

Cost of Food

One of the highlights of visiting Kerala is indulging in its delicious and diverse cuisine. From traditional Malabar biryani to fresh seafood delicacies, Kerala offers a wide range of culinary experiences to satisfy every palate.

The cost of food in Kerala can vary depending on where and what you choose to eat. Here is a breakdown of the average prices you can expect:

  • Street Food: Kerala is famous for its street food, which is not only tasty but also wallet-friendly. Local snacks like banana fritters, appam, and parotta can cost around ₹20 to ₹50 per plate.
  • Local Restaurants: Traditional Kerala meals at local restaurants or “thattukadas” are affordable and offer a wide variety of dishes. A full meal with rice, sambar, various curries, and a fish or chicken dish can range from ₹100 to ₹200 per person.
  • Mid-Range Restaurants: If you prefer dining at mid-range restaurants, the prices can vary depending on the cuisine and location. On average, expect to spend around ₹300 to ₹500 for a meal for two people.
  • Fine Dining: Kerala is also home to some upscale restaurants and resorts that offer fine dining experiences. The prices at these establishments can range from ₹1,000 to ₹3,000 or more for a meal for two.
  • Seafood: As Kerala is a coastal state, seafood is abundantly available and relatively cheaper compared to other regions. Fresh catch like prawns, fish, and crab can be enjoyed at seafood shacks or restaurants, with prices ranging from ₹250 to ₹800 per dish.
  • Supermarkets and Groceries: If you prefer home-cooked meals, shopping at supermarkets or local groceries is a cost-effective option. Basic food items like rice, vegetables, and fruits are reasonably priced, allowing you to prepare meals on a budget.

When it comes to beverages, Kerala is known for its local tea (“chai”) stalls and authentic filter coffee. A cup of tea or coffee can cost as little as ₹10 to ₹20, depending on the location.

It’s important to mention that during the festive season or in popular tourist areas, prices at restaurants and food stalls may be slightly higher due to increased demand.

Overall, Kerala offers a culinary adventure that caters to every budget. From humble street food to upscale dining experiences, you can savor the flavors of Kerala without straining your pocket.

Cost of Entertainment

Kerala offers a plethora of entertainment options for residents and visitors alike. Whether you’re interested in exploring its cultural heritage, enjoying outdoor activities, or indulging in recreational pursuits, Kerala has something for everyone. Here is an overview of the average costs of entertainment in the state:

  • Tourist Attractions: Kerala is blessed with stunning natural landscapes and historic landmarks. Entry fees to popular tourist attractions such as Munnar, Fort Kochi, and Alappuzha backwaters vary depending on the location. On average, expect to pay around ₹100 to ₹500 per person for entry tickets.
  • Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks: Kerala is home to several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, including Periyar Tiger Reserve and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. Entrance fees for these protected areas range from ₹100 to ₹500, depending on the location and activities involved.
  • Cultural Performances: Kerala is known for its vibrant performing arts, including traditional dance forms like Kathakali and Mohiniyattam. Attending cultural performances typically costs around ₹200 to ₹500 per person, with higher rates for premium seats.
  • Outdoor Activities: If you’re an adventure enthusiast, Kerala offers a range of outdoor activities such as trekking, bamboo rafting, and boating. Prices for these activities vary depending on the location and duration. On average, expect to pay around ₹500 to ₹2,000 per person.
  • Beach Activities: Kerala is renowned for its pristine beaches, where you can indulge in activities like surfing, snorkeling, and beach volleyball. The cost of these activities can range from ₹200 to ₹1,000, depending on the location and equipment rental.
  • Cinemas and Theaters: Kerala has a vibrant film industry, and watching a movie in a local cinema or theater is a popular form of entertainment. The ticket prices typically range from ₹100 to ₹300, depending on the theater and seating category.
  • Festivals and Events: Kerala is known for its colorful festivals such as Onam and Thrissur Pooram. While many events and celebrations are free to attend, some may require purchasing tickets for activities like performances, shows, or exhibitions. Prices for festival events can vary, so it’s advisable to check the specific details for each event.

It’s worth noting that prices for entertainment can vary based on the time of year, location, and the popularity of the attraction or event. It’s always a good idea to research and plan ahead to get the best deals and make the most of your entertainment experiences in Kerala.

Overall, Kerala offers a wide range of entertainment options to suit various interests and budgets, ensuring that there’s never a dull moment while exploring the state’s vibrant cultural scene and natural wonders.

Cost of Shopping

Shopping in Kerala is a delightful experience, as the state offers a wide range of unique and traditional products that reflect its rich cultural heritage. Whether you’re looking for handicrafts, textiles, spices, or souvenirs, Kerala has plenty to offer. Here is an overview of the average costs of shopping in the state:

  • Handicrafts: Kerala is known for its exquisite craftsmanship, and you can find a variety of handcrafted items such as intricately carved wooden artifacts, coir products, and brassware. Prices for these handicrafts can vary depending on the intricacy of the work and the materials used. On average, expect to spend around ₹200 to ₹2,000 or more for handicraft items.
  • Textiles and Clothing: Kerala is famous for its traditional handloom textiles, including Kasavu sarees, Mundu, and traditional dhotis. The cost of textiles can range from ₹500 to ₹5,000 or more, depending on the fabric, design, and craftsmanship. Additionally, Kerala offers a range of boutiques and clothing stores where you can find contemporary clothing at varying price ranges.
  • Spices: As the land of spices, Kerala is a treasure trove for spice lovers. You can find an array of aromatic spices like cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. The prices for spices depend on the type and quality, and they typically range from ₹100 to ₹500 per packet.
  • Tea and Coffee: Kerala is renowned for its tea and coffee plantations, and you can bring home the flavors by purchasing locally produced tea and coffee. Prices for tea and coffee products vary depending on the brand and quality, with prices starting from ₹100 per packet.
  • Souvenirs: Kerala is a perfect place to pick up souvenirs to commemorate your visit. From miniature elephant figurines to Kathakali masks and traditional jewelry, there is a wide variety of items to choose from. The prices for souvenirs can range from ₹50 to ₹500, depending on the item.
  • Spa and Ayurvedic Products: Kerala is known for its traditional Ayurvedic treatments and spa therapies. You can find a range of Ayurvedic oils, herbal products, and beauty treatments in local shops and Ayurvedic centers. The prices vary depending on the brand and type of product, ranging from ₹200 to ₹2,000 or more.
  • Supermarkets and Malls: Kerala is also home to supermarkets and malls where you can find a wide variety of products, including groceries, clothing, electronics, and household items. The prices at these establishments are generally competitive with other parts of India.

When shopping in Kerala, it’s always a good idea to explore local markets, such as Kochi’s Jew Town or Thiruvananthapuram’s Chalai Market, where you can find a vibrant atmosphere and an array of products at reasonable prices.

Remember to bargain and compare prices before making a purchase, as haggling is common in many local markets. Also, keep in mind that some shops may offer fixed-price items, especially in malls and larger establishments.

Overall, shopping in Kerala allows you to immerse yourself in its rich culture and take home memorable treasures at various price points, ensuring a rewarding and fulfilling retail experience.

Cost of Healthcare

When it comes to healthcare, Kerala is renowned for its advanced medical infrastructure and quality healthcare services. The state has a well-established healthcare system that includes government-run hospitals, private hospitals, clinics, and specialized medical institutions.

The cost of healthcare in Kerala can vary depending on factors such as the type of facility, the nature of the medical treatment, and the level of care required. Here are some key considerations regarding the cost of healthcare:

  • Government Hospitals: Kerala has a robust network of government hospitals that provide affordable healthcare services to the public. Consultation fees in government hospitals are generally low, and the prices of medication and tests are subsidized, making it accessible to all sections of the society.
  • Private Hospitals and Clinics: Kerala is home to several private hospitals and clinics that offer world-class healthcare facilities. The cost of medical treatments and consultations in private hospitals can vary significantly depending on the facility, doctor’s expertise, and the severity of the condition. Private healthcare costs in Kerala are relatively lower compared to many other parts of the world.
  • Health Insurance: Having health insurance is strongly recommended when residing in Kerala or visiting long-term. Health insurance helps cover a significant portion of medical expenses, including hospitalization, surgeries, consultations, and medications. The cost of health insurance will depend on factors such as your age, medical history, coverage options, and the insurance provider.
  • Specialized Treatments: Kerala is known for its expertise in Ayurveda, traditional medicine, and alternative therapies. The cost of specialized treatments can vary depending on the type of therapy, duration, and the facility providing the treatment. Ayurvedic treatments and therapies are generally comparably more affordable in Kerala than in other parts of the world.
  • Medication and Pharmacies: Kerala has a well-established network of pharmacies where you can purchase medications at competitive prices. It’s advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or pharmacist for the appropriate medication and dosage.

It’s important to note that emergency medical services are available throughout Kerala. In case of emergencies, contact the nearest hospital or call emergency services for immediate medical assistance.

Before seeking medical treatment or services, it’s recommended to inquire about the costs, insurance coverage, and any applicable discounts or schemes. Many hospitals and clinics offer package deals or health check-up packages at discounted rates.

Overall, the cost of healthcare in Kerala is relatively affordable, and the state’s strong healthcare infrastructure ensures access to quality medical services for both residents and visitors.

Cost of Education

Education is highly valued in Kerala, and the state boasts a strong educational system with a high literacy rate. From primary schools to universities, Kerala offers a wide range of educational institutions that cater to different academic needs and budgets.

The cost of education in Kerala can vary depending on various factors, such as the type of institution, the level of education, and whether it is a government-funded or private institution. Here are some key considerations regarding the cost of education:

  • Government Schools: Kerala has a robust network of government-run schools that provide free education to students up to the secondary level. This includes primary schools as well as government-aided higher secondary schools. The educational materials, such as textbooks and uniforms, are often subsidized by the government, making education accessible to all sections of society.
  • Private Schools: Private schools in Kerala offer a range of curriculum options, including national and international boards. The fees for private schools can vary significantly depending on factors such as the reputation of the school, facilities provided, and the curriculum offered. On average, private school fees in Kerala can range from ₹20,000 to ₹1,00,000 per year.
  • Higher Education: Kerala is home to a number of renowned universities, colleges, and professional education institutes. The fees for higher education can vary depending on factors such as the course, the level of education, and whether it is a government or private institution. On average, undergraduate programs can range from ₹10,000 to ₹1,00,000 per year, while postgraduate programs can range from ₹20,000 to ₹3,00,000 per year.
  • Professional Courses: For professional courses such as engineering, medicine, and management, the fees can be higher compared to general higher education programs. The cost of studying professional courses in Kerala can range from ₹1,00,000 to ₹10,00,000 or more, depending on the institution and the course.
  • Scholarships and Financial Aid: The Kerala government and various organizations provide scholarships and financial aid to deserving students. These programs aim to support students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Scholars and meritorious students may be eligible for scholarships that cover tuition fees, textbooks, and other expenses.

It’s important to note that the cost of education can fluctuate based on factors such as the location of the institution, reputation, and additional expenses such as transportation and extracurricular activities.

When considering educational institutions, it is advisable to research and visit schools or colleges to gather information about the curriculum, facilities, and overall reputation. It’s also worth checking for any available discounts, grants, or schemes that can help alleviate the financial burden of education.

Overall, Kerala offers a wide range of educational opportunities at various price points, ensuring that students can access quality education regardless of their financial background.

Living in Kerala offers a unique blend of affordability, cultural richness, and quality of life. By understanding the cost of living in various aspects of life, you can better navigate your finances and make informed decisions while enjoying all that Kerala has to offer.

The cost of transportation in Kerala is budget-friendly, with options ranging from public buses and trains to taxis and rental vehicles, allowing you to explore the state conveniently and at a reasonable price.

Accommodation in Kerala caters to diverse budgets, offering everything from budget-friendly guesthouses and hostels to luxurious resorts and boutique hotels. You can find suitable accommodations to fit your preferences and financial capabilities in different locations across the state.

When it comes to food, Kerala’s culinary scene is a treat for food lovers. Whether you enjoy street food, local restaurants, or fine dining experiences, there are options available to suit every budget and satisfy your taste buds.

Entertainment in Kerala is diverse and accessible. From exploring tourist attractions and participating in outdoor activities to attending cultural performances and festivals, there is entertainment to cater to various interests and pockets in the state.

Shopping in Kerala offers a treasure trove of unique and traditional products. Whether you’re interested in handicrafts, textiles, spices, or souvenirs, you can find them at different price points, ensuring a fulfilling shopping experience.

Kerala’s healthcare system is commendable, providing affordable access to quality medical services. The cost of healthcare, including government hospitals and private healthcare facilities, is comparatively reasonable, ensuring that residents and visitors can receive proper medical care without excessive financial burden.

Education in Kerala is highly valued, and the state offers a range of educational institutions that accommodate various budgets. From government schools to private institutions, there are options to suit every academic need and financial capability, ensuring access to quality education.

Overall, Kerala offers a commendable balance of quality of life and affordability. By understanding the cost of living in Kerala, you can plan your finances, make the most of your experiences, and enjoy the beauty, culture, and warmth that this incredible state has to offer.


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Whether you want to enjoy the idyllic beach vacay, witness authentic village life firsthand, hike through vividly verdant jungles, visit breathtaking natural wonders, delve into culinary feasts, your Kerala tour package can be about one or all of the above. Our expert travel curators have designed perfect Kerala packages just for you, so that you can fully immerse yourself in the captivating blend of things to see and do that Kerala tourism has to offer. With all the comfort and convenience of accommodation, travel and logistics taken care of with Kerala tour packages, regardless of which part of the country you belong to, Kerala beckons as it enjoys direct connectivity with all the major cities of India like  Mumbai , Delhi , Bangalore , Chennai , Kolkata , Hyderabad , Pune , Ahmedabad  and more.

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A magical land steeped in history, nature, culture, and tropical bliss. That is Kerala tour in a sentence. But as an experience, no amount of words can do it justice. And still, we try. By waxing lyrical about its stunning palm-fringed beaches. Its amalgamated heritage with a labyrinth-like intrigue. Its ancient natural medicine that modern bodies long for. Its native cuisine of rich, deep flavourful layers. Its sense-tingling spice plantations. Its pristine and protected natural surroundings. We even call it God’s Own Country. And beautiful, majestic Kerala, always lives up to its name. 

Kerala is one of those tour destinations that instantly conjures images in one’s mind. A golden sunset at the Chinese fishing nets in Cochin, houseboats gently floating along the mesmeric backwaters of Alleppey , surf-ready waves curling onto Varkala beach, the rolling misty hills of Munnar, a captivating Kathakali performance, the serene surrounds of an Ayurvedic center. And with Thomas Cook’s Kerala tour packages, you can bring them all to life and turn them into memories of a lifetime. Of a fun-filled family getaway, a much-needed solo escapade, a romantic tropical honeymoon , or a special trip with friends. 

Holidays in Kerala can be enjoyed by all groups of people and all ages too. The state welcomes you to walk barefoot on its sandy beaches, satiate your cultural musings with sightseeing and shows, explore its hill-stations and national parks, sample every local delicacy to your heart’s delight. To simply make the most of this paradise-like destination that’s not in some far-flung corner of the world, but right here at home. 

Romantic Kerala

Where you and your beloved can make the most beautiful start to your journey together. At some of the most luxurious stays across the destination, from stunning beachfront resorts to brilliant boutique hill-station lodges, exotic and elegant wooden houseboats, to lavish mid-town 5-star hotels. Where you can immerse yourself in the experiences of a lifetime. Like waking up to lush greenery and birdsong, dinner under the stars, couples spa retreats, secluded swims in the sea, holding hands and sightseeing, uplifting yet grounding temple visits, jungle safaris at dawn, hiking across fields and plantations, sipping on drinks in the sunshine, boat rides on the backwaters . Every moment of a honeymoon in Kerala promises to be one filled with love and wonder. Leaving you with countless memories to take back home. 

To plan your perfect Kerala honeymoon, check out a wide range of Kerala honeymoon packages . They have been specially crafted for newlyweds, taking into consideration everything couples would love to see, do, and experience. Don’t wait any longer, make your partner’s dream come true, in the spectacular destination that is Kerala. 

How to Reach Kerala

Being such a popular tourist spot means Kerala has great connectivity making it boat rides on the backwaters. One can get on a flight, take trains, buses and even reach by car. It all depends on where you are coming from and how straightforward or adventurous you want your travel to be. The quickest and most convenient way to reach Kerala is by air. There are four international airports located across the state, which also see domestic arrivals. For your trip to Kerala, you can fly into Thiruvananthapuram International Airport or Cochin International Airport, from all major cities across India. 

But for those who love taking the scenic route, your trip to Kerala should be by train or road. There are countless trains running to various cities and towns across Kerala, from all over the country. The coastal stretch is considered one of the most picturesque train journeys of India. Or better still, take a private taxi or car. The road trip allows you to drive past spectacular vistas, quaint villages, and the ability to stop and soak it all in, whenever you like. Meanwhile, luxury and deluxe buses ply from all major cities to different parts of the state too. So you can choose any of these transport options to begin your Kerala holiday. 

Travelling within Kerala

Public transport is available to take you around Kerala, such as local trains, buses, and taxis. It depends on how long a journey you wish to make. Most hotels offer car and driver services to make sightseeing and other trips convenient. You can also hire a car at the airport itself, for the entire duration of your stay. However, with Thomas Cook’s Kerala tour packages you needn’t worry, as transfers and excursions are included. 

Best Time to Visit Kerala

You can plan a trip to Kerala at any time of the year, depending on the kind of weather you prefer. With tropical climate, Kerala has a hot, humid summer, a substantially heavy monsoon, and a pleasantly cool winter. Since Kerala has varied topography, cool and hot micro-climates exist too. By understanding each season, you can choose the right dates for your Kerala tour.

Summer holidays in Kerala are great for those who wish to visit the hill-stations or experience some of the seasonal festivities such as Vishnu with temperatures often crossing the 40 degree mark, spending time at the beach or out sightseeing can be uncomfortably hot. On the other hand, this is a great time to look for off-season deals on Kerala tour packages. Hill stations like Munnar, Thekkady, Ponmudi, and Vagamon offer a lush green escape from the heat. But this is when you can find great off-season deals on Kerala packages. While places like Munnar, Thekkady, Ponmudi and Vagamon offer lush green escapes, high up in the hills, away from the heat. Monsoon arrives with a bang in June and tapers off by August end. If you enjoy the wet season or are a couple looking to experience the romance of the rain, then you should definitely search for a Kerala package within these months. This is also a great time to go on a spa focused Kerala trip, one that truly leaves you rejuvenated. This makes the best time to visit Kerala  during the winter season, from September end to the start of March. Most people opt to spend their holidays in Kerala during this time, as the favourable weather makes the beaches idyllic, the backwaters are at their best and the outdoors in general become more accessible. So even city-centric getaways are more fun, allowing you to have the entire gamut of Kerala holidays experiences to pick from. But if you are going to go during winter, booking your Kerala tour package in advance is recommended.

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Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

Perched on the plantation-filled hills of Kerala is the charming town of Munnar. The once-colonial summer town is today a lush, vibrant region where exotic teas and spices are grown, authentic rustic village life still exists, and nature thrives in myriad shapes and colours. Any Kerala trip itinerary that includes Munnar, promises exquisite experiences. Like cycling through the plantations, animal spotting at Eravikulam National Park, boat riding at Mattupetty Dam, picnicking at Hydel Park and sampling local culture at the famed Tea Museum. A heavenly retreat for couples or families looking spend quality time with one another, in enchanting surrounds. 

A tiny district in Kerala is most famous for its backwater tours. This special ecosystem means Alappuzha offers visitors exquisite flowing waters flanked on either side by tropical palms and trees, that you can call home for a night, or maybe a few. Staying on a houseboat isn’t something you can do too often, so why not make the most of the opportunity.  But that doesn’t there’s no reason to get your feet on solid land. Alappuzha is also home to significant landmarks, like St. Mary Forane Church, the oldest in all of India! While Alapuzzha Beach is another lovely spot for a day of sun, sand, and frolic. Don’t miss out on this destination on your Kerala package.

A trip to Kerala is incomplete without visiting its cultural epicentre, Kochi. Where you will discover a rich mix of history, spectacular architecture, nature in all its glory, a bustling food scene, heritage arts and craft, beautiful sacred sites — a heady blend of all things that make travel such an enlightening experience. Don’t miss out on popular tourist attractions like the Mattancherry Palace, the Chinese Fishing Nets, St. Francis Church, the Into-Portuguese Museum and Paradesi Synagogue. A stimulating escapade into the past and present of one of the world’s oldest port cities, that promises coastal charm aplenty. 

The pristine crescent-shaped seafront stretch of Kovalam is made up of three beaches, namely Lighthouse, Hawah and Samudra. Each of them with their own special way of leaving you totally mesmerised by the picture-perfect tropical vibe. Golden sands, thrilling water sports, swaying palms to hammock between, secluded stretches with views reserved just for you. And if that’s not enough, a whole host of sites to visit beyond the beach, like the Halcyon Castle, Rock Cut Cave Temple, Neyyar Dam, Vellayani Lake, Napier Art Museum & Gallery and Shri Chitra Art Gallery. With so much to offer, Kovalam surely deserves to be part of your Kerala trip. 

Holidays in Kerala get even more magical when you visit the beautiful district of Kumarakom, where the backwaters cut through lush farmlands, paddy fields and coconut groves. Offering exceptional vistas and the solitude to truly enjoy them. Here you’ll not only get to tick staying on a houseboat off your itinerary, but also experience exciting activities like yachting at Vembanad Lake, one of Asia’s largest freshwater lakes. As well as cultural tours of local heritage sites like Vaikom Mahadeva Temple, St. Mary’s Church, Jama Masjid, and the Shiva Temple. 

Known for its breezy paddy fields, thriving tea, coffee and spice plantations, pristine mountainsides, vibrant history, and culture, Wayanad promises a refreshing getaway from life as you know it. Discover just what makes the Western Ghats one of the world’s top bio-diversity hotspots. Trek, hike and explore to your heart’s content. Especially up the Ambukuthi Hills, where at the top awaits a must-visit historic monument, the Edakkal Caves. Most recommended place on your Kerala package.

A true traveller’s pick of places to visit on a trip to Kerala, Kozhikode — or Calicut as it was known — is a significant location on the historic map of Kerala, and indeed India. For it is where famed explorer Vasco Da Gama first landed. The once-bustling trade port is now a spectacular fusion city, with nature and heritage co-existing to form its own unique ambience. Where you can spend your holidays in Kerala on quaint beaches, old world temples, the wild mangroves, or a craft village. 

Visit one of the twelve protected wildlife sanctuaries, the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, as part of your Kerala holidays. Get as far away from city life for a close up view of nature at its finest, in the heart of the stunning Anamalai Hills. The area is home to over 28 mammals including leopards, tigers, elephants, and deer. While a whopping 225 bird species and 52 reptiles also share these forests. All creatures big and small, co-exist here. And for a brief while, you can join them and feel truly connected to nature. 

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Idiyappam & Curry

Parippu curry, appam & ishtu, puttu & kadala curry.

Idiyappams are almost like noodle cakes, made of rice flour, salt and water. Its unique texture is what makes the side such a staple across all of Kerala. While the plain flavour allows for myriad curry pairings, be it egg, vegetarian, meat, or seafood. The most common combination is Idiyappam and egg curry. A filling meal that can be had for lunch or dinner, and a truly authentic regional culinary experience. Must try dish on your Kerala trip.

Every part of India has its own dal. And Kerala is no different. Here you will find the delicious, homely goodness of Parippu Curry, made of small gram lentil, ghee, and spices. Taste familiar flavours at an elevated level, that you can have by itself or accompanied by rice. Almost all local restaurants will have Parippu Curry on their menu, so there’s no reason for you to miss out on this mouthwatering staple. 

One of the traditional culinary specialties that you must try on your trip to Kerala, is Appam with Ishtu. Like many South Indian delicacies, appams are made of fermented rice flower along with coconut milk and water, and a sprinkle of jaggery. They are soft, yet crisp-edged pancakes that must be had with a local version of a stew, which can be vegetarian or meaty, as per your preference. A sumptuous feast of native ingredients that captures the state’s blended heritage. Try this delicacy on your next Kerala trip.

Start every day of your holidays in Kerala with a hearty local breakfast. With dishes like Puttu, a steamed rice cake stuffed with grated coconut, that is served with fresh bananas or Kadala Curry, which is a lovely black chickpea preparation. A super affordable and yummy local specialty that’s easy to find all over Kerala. 

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Watch the Neelakurinji bloom

Try the many exotic teas, stay in a houseboat, watch the snake boat race, live in a treehouse, watch theyyam.

For the lucky few, a Kerala tour promises a rare natural phenomenon that can only be witnessed once every 12 years — the bloom of the Neelakurinji flowers. When the western hills of Munnar, are engulfed by the stunning carpet of these purple native flowers.

From tea gardens upon hilltops to street-side chai vendors, sample all the many flavours and varieties of tea that are grown and prepared across Kerala, especially in Idukki. A spectacular view comes with every brew. 

Very few holidays present you with the chance to live on a houseboat, that too on the magnificent backwaters . This unique experience simply cannot be passed over. So plan a few nights of your Kerala trip accordingly or select a Kerala tour package that includes a thrilling houseboat stay.

The Snake Boat Race, held in the backwaters of Alleppey is a good reason to book a Kerala tour package between August-September, to witness the marvellous snake carved boats being oared across the waters, alongside colourful Onam celebrations.

Houseboats aren’t the only special accommodation you can find in Kerala. Many resorts and lodges offer treehouses that are rustic in charm yet modern in finishing. Just one of the many Kerala tour experiences that leave you in the loving lap of nature. 

Add an artistic touch to your Kerala package by including a Theyyam performance in your itinerary. This North Kerala tradition is a sight to behold, with music, dance and theatrics all included. Discover local rituals and legends, packaged into one spectacular extravaganza.

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Q. Which is the best backwater destination in Kerala? A. As you sort through Kerala tour packages, make sure it includes Kumarakom in your itinerary. Kumarakom is that dreamy backwater getaway that a typical picture-postcard from Kerala is made up of. An upmarket destination with its smattering of exclusive resorts fringing the backwaters with their personal jetties for you to make evening trips on the Vembanad Lake and catch a sunset. Kumarakom is serene with huge patches of water thick with water lilies. Sit out on the balcony of your resort and you will be able to spot fishermen with their nets hauling out the catch of the day or the locals going about their job in their wooden boats. Kumarakom is green, atmospheric and offers you a quietude that is unique to it. Q. Is a houseboat stay in Kerala expensive? A. Most Kerala holiday packages comprise a night’s stay in a houseboat. It could be availed as houseboats come in a range of budgets. The houseboats can be hired for a day trip, to catch a sunset, for spending a night or consecutive nights. The cost of a houseboat stay would depend on that. There are prominent hotel chains such as Taj that offer luxury houseboat stays panning over a few days where you would have your personal butler cooking you fresh meals as per your order and your houseboat would have a bedroom, bathroom, lobby, kitchen and sit-out and you can watch the backwater scenery through the day. Look out the window or sit on your deck and watch day turn into night, the colours of the changing sky and experience something you never would otherwise on a hotel stay. Q. What major international airlines operate to Kerala? A. Among European carriers there is Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Finn Air, Air France, Al Italia, Virgin Atlantic, Swiss Air, Austrian Airlines and Swiss Air. American carriers include Delta Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines. The Asian carriers include Emirates, SriLankan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Malaysian Airlines, Gulf Air, and Qatar Airways. Q. What is the best season to visit Kerala? A. October to March is the best time to visit Kerala. At this time Kerala experiences a mild winter which means there is none of the humidity of the monsoons and no sweltering heat of the summer months. The daytime is bright and sunny, the skies are clear and mellow wind wafts in from the sea around sundown. This is the best time to drift on a houseboat in the backwaters of Kumakarom or Alleppey, soak up the sun on the Kovalam beach, take a jetty ride to the Jewish synagogue in Cochin, set out on a jungle safari in the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary or simply cool your heels off in Munnar. No better time to enjoy Kerala’s vivid scenery. Q. What is a good place in Kerala for leisure and Ayurveda? A. Varkala is the best choice as it ticks both the categories. It is a laid-back getaway with cliffs fronting a turbulent sea, a lineup of coconut groves, regular yoga session planned by the hotels and resorts, cafes serving the fresh catch of the day, afforded by the setting are several Ayurveda clinics and resorts that specialise in Ayurvedic therapies complete with their resident doctors and nutritionists. Q. Is Uber available in Kerala? A. Only three cities in Kerala have Uber; namely Trivandrum, Cochin and Thrissur. A typical intercity Uber trip is between Cochin to any part of Kerala. In such an arrangement, you need to pay the return kilometre rate like in a regular taxi. You can also book an Uber ride from Alleppey and Kottayam provided it is headed to Cochin alone. Q. Is it safe to stay in a houseboat? A. There are houseboats meant for a day trip and there are overnight houseboats. The latter can further be categorised into Deluxe, Premium and Luxury categories. Make sure you are booking a houseboat stay with a reputed provider or the houseboats belong to a prominent hotel chain. There will be a full crew attending to you and you won’t have any discomfort, save for the minor insects that creep up on-board. Make sure you have researched your provider well before zeroing on an overnight stay. Q. Is it okay to visit Kerala in the monsoon? A. July to September is the rainy season in Kerala when the state draws its shutters and goes indoors. The beaches are empty, the attractions are abandoned in this season, even the local shacks shut shop. If you at all have to visit in monsoon to see the backwaters in their rain-soaked glory, visit late September when the heavy rains have subsided. Q. What are the top places to shop for silk sarees in Kerala? A. Parthas Textiles outlet in Trivandrum, Pulimoottil Silks in Thrissur, Ethnic Weaves in Trivandrum, Seematti in Kottayam, Kalyan Sarees in Kannur, Kalyan Kendra in Kozhikode, Jayalakshmi Silks in Kochi, are among the popular hubs to buy a gorgeous Kerala silk saree. Q. What is a great honeymooning destination in Kerala? A. The backwaters of Kumarakom offer the perfect retreat to honeymooning couples. Add to it the presence of the mighty Vembanad Lake that makes the sunsets here more colourful and the scenery more dramatic. Munnar too is a cosy getaway for honeymooners, but nothing like the backwaters to enjoy a few days of serene country scenery with the soft gurgle of waters always in the background. Q. Is alcohol served aboard houseboats? A. Houseboats typically do not come with stocked bars as serving alcohol anywhere in Kerala requires a special liquor licence. But houseboats let you bring in your own alcohol; sometimes they even pick up beer locally and serve it to you. There is no law against enjoying your own alcohol on a houseboat. Q. Where does the Nehru Trophy Boat Race take place in Kerala? A. The fabled Nehru Trophy Boat Race or the snake boat race takes place on the Punnamada Lake near Alleppey. It happens annually in August on its second Saturday. The sight of watching more than 100 rowers navigate on their punted canoes through this approximately 2 kilometre stretch competing with each other as they make it to the finishing line, is a sight to behold.

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Foreign tourists are drawn to Kerala, India, for a variety of reasons, making it a preferred destination for international travellers. Some of the key factors that make Kerala an attractive choice for foreign tourists include:

1. Natural Beauty: Kerala is known for its stunning natural landscapes, including lush greenery, backwaters, pristine beaches, and picturesque hill stations. The diverse geography and rich biodiversity of Kerala travel provide foreign tourists with a unique and visually captivating experience.

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3. Ayurvedic Wellness: Kerala tourism is renowned for its Ayurvedic treatments and wellness centres. Foreign tourists often visit Kerala to experience traditional Ayurvedic therapies and rejuvenate their body and mind.

4. Cultural Heritage: Kerala tourism has a rich cultural heritage, with various art forms, festivals, and traditions. Foreign tourists are eager to explore this cultural diversity during their Kerala travel, attend classical dance and music performances, and participate in local festivals.

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9. Tea and Spice Plantations: Kerala is home to vast tea and spice plantations, particularly in places like Munnar. These plantations offer tourists the opportunity to learn about the cultivation and processing of tea and spices during their Kerala travel.

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Discover the calm of Alleppey's backwaters, lose yourself in Kochi's rich cultural legacy, or explore Munnar's quiet beauty. Kerala's varied landscapes, which include verdant plantations, tumbling waterfalls, and lush woods, are what give the state its distinct beauty. Kerala is a location where memories are made and treasured since each tourist destination has a unique personality and tale to tell.

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We provide carefully designed trip packages with easy airline alternatives for couples wishing to travel to Kerala on a romantic getaway. Taking a flight to Kerala at the beginning of your stay not only saves time but also injects excitement into your romantic retreat. Our flight-inclusive Kerala holiday packages make sure your trip gets off to a smooth and comfortable start, so you can concentrate on making priceless memories with your partner.

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Our three-night and four-day Kerala honeymoon packages are the ideal option if you're looking for a fast but romantic break. With these packages, you may quickly discover Kerala's picturesque scenery, tranquil backwaters, and verdant surroundings. They are intended to give you a taste of the state's natural splendor. For couples who want to get the most out of a quick getaway or extended weekend, this is a great choice.

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Our 7-day Kerala honeymoon packages are an excellent option for couples who like to fully immerse themselves in the natural beauty and rich tapestry of Keralan culture. With these packages, you may explore the gorgeous beaches, charming hill villages, and romantic backwaters to a greater extent. You and your spouse may take your time to fully experience Kerala and make enduring memories.

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Since we think that there should be no financial restrictions on love, we provide affordable honeymoon packages in Kerala. These packages are intended to meet the demands of those searching for a romantic getaway without going over budget. Savour Kerala's natural beauty, peace, and romantic atmosphere without sacrificing anything. Love blossoms even on a tight budget thanks to our inexpensive honeymoon packages.

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Our two nights and three days Kerala honeymoon packages are ideal for you if time is of the essence but you still want to feel the enchantment of Kerala. These packages, which showcase the finest of Kerala, provide a quick yet magical break. Take a houseboat trip, explore the immaculate beaches, and capture priceless memories in a short amount of time.

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Our three-day Kerala honeymoon packages are ideal for couples who wish to have a quick yet romantic trip that captures the spirit of Kerala. These packages concentrate on the main sights, guaranteeing that you have a great and romantic trip in just three days.

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If your traveling is all about taking time out to reconnect with nature and recharge your soul, Kerala will make the perfect holiday destination. From the people, the culture, and the pristine scenic locations ranging from sandy beaches and tropical jungles to the serene backwaters, Kerala will make you remember how life should be.

Kerala is Traditional but Forward Thinking

For most visitors, a trip to Kerala will be like taking a journey through a time when life was simple and less complicated. However, a relaxed lifestyle steeped in old-time traditions hasn't stopped the local population from keeping pace with the modern world where it counts. For instance, education is highly prized, and literacy is almost universal throughout Kerala. Newspaper readership is one of the highest in the world. One of the most significant concerns for tourists traveling the world is healthcare while in foreign lands. Medical care isn't a problem in Kerala, as all medical services are free and provided by Government hospitals.

The People of Kerala

Keralans are friendly, welcoming people, but as you tour the area, you may notice that the women have a deep and abiding fascination with gold. You won't find a woman in Kerala who doesn't have at least one or two gold pieces on their person.

Women love their gold, but all the men wear their mustaches with pride. Kerala girls find mustaches on men handsome and dignified, so it's no surprise that all men maintain at least one, but often both.

Unlike many other parts of the world, the women of Kerala are just as active as men in the government. If you want to look at a part of the world that's doing great things for the empowerment of women, then Kerala can show you how it's done.

Life in Kerala is scenic, pristine, and inextricably intertwined with nature. You can't help but feel the beautiful locale has helped shaped the culture and laid-back welcoming nature of Kerala's people.

Far away from the hustle and bustle of India's major cities, you won't feel like a tourist in need of forced entertainment for the sake of the mighty dollar. Instead, you will be treated more like an honored guest or a friend who hasn't visited for a while.

Walk down the street, and you will be greeted with happy smiles from the local populace as they go about their day.

Keralan people are proud of their state, heritage, and unhurried, relaxed lifestyle, where the distractions of technology have taken a back seat to peace and serenity.

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As we mentioned, Kerala is a fantastic location for witnessing the glory of nature and soaking up the serenity.

Every scenic experience you could want is represented in Kerala's tourist attraction. There are sandy beaches and forests full of wild animals, exotic birdlife, and cheeky giant squirrels. Quiet waterways, scenic lakes, and breathtaking mountain views are also reasons Kerala is such a popular tourist destination.

Take your pick and enjoy the ultimate luxury at one of the many resorts in Kerala, where you can relax in comfort, style, and safety in a private cabin.

Enjoy a boat trip down one of Kerala's many breathtaking backwater locations, where the pace of life is slower and more relaxed. Houseboats are available for those who want to immerse themselves in Keralan culture and take in all that the backwaters have to offer.

Hill stations are some of the most historical and popular destinations in Kerala. Looking out over the plains below and taking in the view of rolling green hills and miles of tea plantations while filling your lungs with fresh mountain air is not an experience you will soon forget.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for the Kerala Tour

How much will a kerala trip cost.

The cost of a Kerala trip can vary widely depending on factors like the duration, type of accommodation, activities, and your travel preferences. Typically, a moderate budget can range from $500 to $1500 per person for a week-long trip, but it's best to get a personalized quote from a tour operator for a more accurate estimate.

Which month is best for Kerala?

The best time to visit Kerala is from September to March when the weather is pleasant, and you can enjoy the lush greenery and cultural festivities. However, the choice of the month depends on your preferences, as some travelers prefer the monsoon season (June to August) to experience the romantic rains.

Which travel agent is the best in Kerala?

There are several reputable travel agencies and tour operators in Kerala. To determine the best one for your needs, consider factors such as customer reviews, the range of packages offered, pricing, and the company's reputation in the industry.

Which is the best tour company for Kerala?

The "best" tour company for Kerala can vary depending on individual preferences. Look for tour companies that have a strong reputation, specialize in Kerala tours, offer excellent customer service, and provide packages that align with your interests and budget.

Which tour package is the best?

The best tour package for Kerala depends on your interests and budget. Some travelers prefer adventure packages, while others opt for cultural experiences or honeymoon packages. It's essential to choose a package that aligns with your desires and includes the destinations and activities you wish to explore.

How do I choose a tour package?

To choose the right tour package, consider your interests, budget, and the duration of your trip. Research different tour operators read reviews, and compare itineraries. Be sure to communicate your preferences and expectations with the tour operator to ensure a tailored experience.

What are the 3 main types of package tours?

The three main types of package tours include: a. Group Tours: These tours involve traveling with a group of people, typically with a fixed itinerary and set departure dates. b. Private Tours: These tours are customized for a single traveler, a couple, or a small group, allowing for more flexibility in the itinerary and travel arrangements. c. Custom Tours: Custom tours are entirely tailored to your preferences, allowing you to design your itinerary, accommodation, and activities.

How is the tour cost calculated?

Tour costs are calculated based on various factors, including the duration of the trip, type of accommodation, activities, meals, transportation, and any additional services included. Tour operators use these factors to determine the overall cost of the package.

Is it cheaper to book a tour?

The cost-effectiveness of booking a tour depends on several factors. Booking a tour can often provide cost savings through group rates and pre-negotiated deals. However, it's essential to compare the cost of booking a tour with planning the trip independently to ensure you're getting the best value for your budget and preferences.

Where is Kerala situated?

Kerala is a small state located in the southern part of India. It is a slender strip of land wedged between the Eastern slopes of the Western Ghats mountain range to the East and the Arabian Sea to the West. Approximately 4 percent of the state's total land area comprises wetlands. Kerala's natural landscape covers an area of 12,477 square kilometers, which accounts for 32.1% of the state's total land area. The state has a coastal region stretching over 587.8 kilometers and boasts 11,305 square kilometers of lush forest area.

Why is Kerala renowned?

Kerala's fame can be attributed to several key factors:

  • The Western Ghats, which include one of the world's ten most biodiverse regions, are a part of Kerala. These "hot-spots" are areas teeming with diverse flora and fauna, featuring a high percentage of species that are unique to the region.
  • Kerala is a 100% literacy state, boasting a highly educated and progressive society.
  • Known as a paradise on earth, Kerala's natural beauty, backwaters, and unique houseboats attract visitors from around the globe.
  • Kerala offers an array of diverse tourist attractions, including backwaters, hill stations, wildlife sanctuaries, plantations, pristine beaches, Ayurveda wellness, rich biodiversity, and a strong commitment to responsible and sustainable tourism practices.

What are the must-visit Tourism Places in Kerala?

When planning your Kerala travel, make sure not to miss these top tourist destinations:

  • Experience a stay on a houseboat, floating along the tranquil backwaters.
  • Stroll through the lush tea estates of Munnar, where the landscape is adorned with rolling hills and tea plantations.
  • Enjoy a serene boat ride in the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, surrounded by diverse wildlife and lush greenery.
  • Purchase aromatic spices from Thekkady, known for its spice markets.
  • Unwind on the sun-kissed beaches of Kovalam or Marari, where relaxation meets natural beauty.
  • Savor a traditional Kerala meal served on a banana leaf, a unique culinary experience.
  • Treat yourself to an Ayurvedic rejuvenation massage, a holistic wellness practice.
  • Explore the historical sites of Fort Cochin, known for its rich heritage and colonial architecture.
  • Visit the Padmanabha Swamy Temple, considered one of the world's wealthiest temples.
  • Delight in a seafood feast along the shores of Kovalam Beach, known for its delectable coastal cuisine.
  • Head to Varkala Beach for surfing and kayaking adventures along the stunning coastline.
  • Travel to Wayanad to experience lush green landscapes and a cool, refreshing climate.

Kerala is a treasure trove of unique experiences and breathtaking natural beauty, making it an ideal destination for travelers seeking diverse and enriching adventures.


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Munnar thekkady tour package.

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Experience the incredible journey of the Munnar Thekkady Tour, which takes you to the heart of Kerala. Beginning in the vibrant city of Kochi, where history and modern life merge. Then you explore the lush tea gardens and misty mountains of Munnar. The adventure continues in Thekkady, where you'll cruise on Periyar Lake, encountering exotic wildlife amidst lush forests. This package connects you with the natural beauty and vibrant culture of "God's Own Country," that is, Kerala.

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Duration:  4 Days, 3 Nights

  • Start Point : Kochi
  • End Point:  Kochi

Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Kochi

4 Days Munnar Alleppey Tour Package | Free Athirappilly Waterfalls ticket

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Embark on a captivating 4-day Munnar Alleppey Tour that transports you to the breathtaking landscapes of Munnar, where lush tea gardens and cool mountain breezes await. Explore tea factories and immerse yourself in nature's embrace. Then, experience the serenity of Alleppey's backwaters, where you'll float on traditional houseboats, surrounded by swaying palms and rustic villages. This short journey promises memories of nature's beauty, tranquil boat rides, and the warmth of the local people.

  • Duration:  4 Days, 3 Nights

Start Point:  Kochi

  • Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Alleppey - Kochi

Best Kerala Family Tour | FREE Cheeyappara Waterfall Tickets

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Get ready for the family adventure of a lifetime with our Best Kerala Family Tour! This tour is all about creating incredible memories with your loved ones while exploring the most captivating destinations in Kerala. You'll dive into the multiple destinations and explore the vibrant landscape, culture, and cuisine, which will make everyone in the family excited. This package includes Munnar, known for its tea plantations; Thekkady, for wildlife sanctuaries; and Kumarakom, for serene backwaters. So the combination journey will strengthen your family bonds and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime.

Duration:  6 Days, 5 Nights

  • Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarkom- Kochi

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Luxury Weekend Delight to Kerala

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Picture a weekend of luxury and escape in the captivating beauty of Kerala. Our Luxury Weekend Delight to Kerala is all about indulgence and relaxation, giving you a taste of this incredible state's culture and natural beauty in just a short time. Your journey begins in the vibrant city of Kochi, where you'll explore history, lush tea plantations, and delicious local cuisine. You can unwind at a luxurious resort and take leisurely walks through the tea gardens, ensuring a weekend of pure bliss. It's a quick escape that combines culture and nature with a touch of luxury. 

  • Duration:  3 Days, 2 Nights
  • Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Kochi

Kerala Tour Package For 5 Days

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Kerala is a wonderful place with many different things to enjoy. There are beautiful mountains, clear blue lakes, waterfalls in the jungles, and relaxing Ayurvedic treatments. You can savor spicy seafood, see amazing animals, watch lively traditional dances, and witness exciting boat races. Kerala is often called "God's Own Country" because it's so stunning, especially with the Arabian Sea nearby. It's a great destination for a peaceful vacation in the hills, offering lots of magical experiences for visitors.

Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey- Kochi

Duration:  5 Days & 4 Nights 

Start Point/End Point: Kochi

Kerala Family Vacation

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Kerala is a state in South India that has been bestowed with nature’s mesmerizing beauty. The breathtaking beauty, the serene backwaters, lush tea gardens, and pristine palm-lined beaches, make Kerala an ideal destination to plan your escape. They fondly call it 'God's Own Country' for a good reason. When it comes to a perfect family vacation, there's no place like Kerala for the place has a perfect natural setting to have an excellent getaway and create moments to be cherished for a lifetime.

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  • Duration:  5 Days, 4 Nights

Start Point:  Thiruvananthapuram

Route:  Thiruvananthapuram - Kovalam - Alleppey - Kumarakom - Kochi

Note : The Rajamalai National Park (Eravikulam National Park) is closed during February and March or until further notice due to the breeding season of Thars.

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Kerala Tour Package For Family

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Flaunting awe-inspiring hill stations and long coastlines, Kerala has gained a lot of popularity as one of the top tourist destinations of the world. This wonderful state is defined by a plethora of amazing treasures including craggy mountains, aromatic spice plantations, sunny beaches, sprawling tea estates, rolling meadows, pristine beaches, and colorful culture. While popular tourist places like Munnar, Alleppey, Thekkady, and Kochi will let you know the beauty of Kerala, you also need to try the drool-worthy local culinary wonders to make sure you understand the real taste of the state. Furthermore, you can never have enough of Kerala if you do not carry home some of the authentic local produce of the place that can lure you with the memories of the state until your next visit with another amazing Kerala trip package for your family. Conclude the trip after enjoying a sightseeing tour of the metropolis city with your family, visiting Marine Drive, Dutch Palace, St. Francis Church, and Jewish Synagogue.

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  • Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kochi

Duration:  5 Nights & 6 Days

End point:  Kochi

5 Nights 6 Days Kerala Tour Package

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Kerala, a jewel of a tourist destination in the southern part of the country, is known for its alluring charm and beauty. Embraced by the Malabar Coast, jotted by lush coconut groves, and fringed by a network of canals, holidays in Kerala or God’s Own Country are all about the pristine and untouched beauty of Mother Nature.

Kerala has been blessed with enigmatic hills, mouth-watering cuisines, and distinctive culture, making it a unique destination for travelers. Whether you are looking for a luxury escape or a budget getaway, a beach or the hills, forest, or ancient town, the best tourist places in Kerala will come together to offer you something just right for you.

Duration:  6 Days & 5 Nights

Start/End Point:  Kochi

Escapade to Kerala | In the Lap of Nature

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There is no exaggeration in Kerala’s status as God’s own country, for how else does one explain its gorgeous 600-kilometer stretch of undisturbed coastline skirting the Arabian Sea, the palm-fringed beaches, a network of languid backwaters home to vibrant rural life, the misty tea-covered Western Ghats, wildlife reserves teeming with endemic flora and fauna and spice plantations running rampant on its valleys and hill slopes. One of the country’s cleanest states, and perhaps the friendliest too, it is an absolute delight traveling around, visiting the historical temples and museums in Trivandrum, getting a slice of the maritime history in Cochin (Kochi), or taking a boat ride to islands like Mattancherry to trace its Jewish roots. Add to it a culture that is defined by colorful folk art and dance forms, a cuisine that is subtle yet generous in its use of spices, and a passion for Ayurveda that promises to soothe frazzled nerves. Simply slacken your stride and let all its sights and smells envelop you.

Route : Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kochi

Duration : 5 Days & 4 Nights

End Point : Kochi

Note : The Rajamalai National Park (Eravikulam National Park) is closed during February and March due to the breeding season of Thars.

Glorious Kerala - Romantic Escape | Free Sri Chitra Art Gallery

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Whenever someone wants to have a romantic escape amidst the serene backwaters, unspoiled beaches and sprawling tea plantation, the first place that comes to mind is Kerala for it is an ideal destination to spend some quality time with your beloved. They fondly call it 'God's Own Country' for a good reason. It never fails to fascinate its visitors for the place has a perfect natural setting to have an excellent getaway and create moments to be cherished for a lifetime. From witnessing the beauty of Kerala backwaters in Kumarakom to experiencing the beachside bliss in Kovalam, this package has a lot to offer to its visitors.

End Point:  Thiruvananthapuram

Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Kumarakom - Kovalam - Thiruvananthapuram

Romantic Getaway to Kerala | Free Candle Light Dinner

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Whenever someone plans to have a romantic getaway in the midst of serene backwaters and golden, shimmering beaches, the first place that comes to mind is Kerala. The breathtaking beauty, serene backwaters, lush tea gardens, and pristine palm-lined beaches make Kerala an ideal destination for honeymooners. It never fails to fascinate its visitors, for the place has the perfect natural setting to have an excellent getaway and create moments to be cherished for a lifetime.

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  • Start Point:  Kochi

Best Of Kerala With Houseboat Stay | Free Periyar National Park Ticket

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Commence on the best of Kerala with Houseboat Stay and immerse yourself in the natural and cultural wonders of "God's Own Country." Starting in the historic streets of Kochi, where ancient forts and bustling markets attract Then you’ll move to Munnar, with its misty mountains and lush tea gardens. The adventure continues in Thekkady, where you'll explore lush forests and encounter wildlife in their natural habitat with an exhilarating boat ride on Periyar Lake. Finally, you'll find yourself in Alleppey's backwaters, where you will be staying on a traditional houseboat. This tour is an opportunity to connect deeply with the essence of Kerala.

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  • Duration: 5 Days, 4 Nights

Start Point: Kochi

  • End Point: Kochi
  • Route: Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kochi

Supreme Kerala Tour With Houseboat Stay

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Get ready for the ultimate journey with our Supreme Kerala Tour with Houseboat Stay, which will sweep you away to the most incredible destinations. Starting in the bustling city of Kochi, you'll dive into culture and cuisine, then head to the lush tea plantations of Munnar for some breathtaking scenery. In Thekkady, you'll explore wildlife and spices, and finally, in Alleppey, you'll float along tranquil backwaters on a traditional houseboat, enjoying the peaceful serenity of this unique experience. It's a journey that will fill your senses and create memories to treasure forever.

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Kerala Couple Delight with Trivandrum | FREE ticket to History Museum

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Whenever someone plans to have a romantic getaway in the midst of serene backwaters and golden shimmering beaches, the first place that comes to mind is Kerala. The breathtaking beauty, the serene backwaters, lush tea gardens, and pristine palm-lined beaches, make Kerala an ideal destination for honeymooners. It never fails to fascinate its visitors for the place has a perfect natural setting to have an excellent getaway and create moments to be cherished for a lifetime.

Duration:  7 Days, 6 Nights

Start Point:  Thiruvananthapuram

Route:  Thiruvananthapuram - Kovalam - Alleppey - Thekkady - Munnar - Kochi

Kerala Sightseeing Tour -To The Kerala Backwaters

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Embark on the ultimate Kerala adventure with our sightseeing tour to the Kerala backwaters. This journey takes you through the heart of Kochi, where history and modernity coexist, to the misty tea gardens of Munnar, the wild beauty of Thekkady, the serene backwaters of Alleppey, the sun-kissed beaches of Kovalam, and the cultural richness of Thiruvananthapuram. Immerse yourself in nature's beauty, taste the rich cultural tapestry, and connect with the warm-hearted people of "God's Own Country."

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End Point : Thiruvananthapuram

  • Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kovalam - Thiruvananthapura

Kerala 7 Days Tour Package

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About Kerala 7 days Tour Package:

Kerala is one of the most lively states in the country that entices people from all over the world with its own famous culture and landscape. Kerala, a land of cultural diversity, is a complete whole made up of a perfect blend of various religions, communities, regional cultures, and language variations. Rich rain forests, ancient trade relations with foreign lands, entry of immigrant communities during different periods, agricultural tradition, traditional cuisines, and love for art, literature, and science, all these together make up the beautiful land of Kerala.

End Point: Trivandrum

Route: Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kovalam - Trivandrum

Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights

Best Romantic Escape to Kerala With Freebies

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Embrace the perfect romantic escape in Kerala is an experience one should not miss. The beauty of serene backwaters, lush tea gardens, pristine palm-lined beaches, and magnificent architecture make this destination a wonderful place for a luxurious escape. They fondly call it 'God's Own Country' for a good reason. It never fails to fascinate its visitors for the place has a perfect natural setting to have an excellent getaway and create moments to be cherished for a lifetime. From an amazing houseboat stay in Alleppey to an amazing drive to Periyar, an area known for its Tiger Reserve and spice plantations, this package offers visitors a lot.

Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kovalam - Thiruvananthapuram

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Kerala Grandeur - Luxurious Holidays

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Discover the incredible culture and enchantment of Kerala while enjoying the finest in luxury. Kerala, known as God's Own Country, is a place that never fails to captivate its visitors, offering the perfect natural backdrop for an extraordinary getaway and the creation of memories that will be treasured forever. From experiencing the allure of the stunning hill station in Munnar to embarking on a breathtaking journey to Periyar, renowned for its Tiger Reserve and spice plantations, and concluding your adventure at Alappuzha, India's world-famous backwater tourist destination

Luxurious Escape to Kerala

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Experience the luxury of the land that holds the beauty of the serene backwaters, lush tea gardens, mystical waterfalls, and so much more. They fondly call Kerala 'God's Own Country' for a good reason. It never fails to fascinate its visitors, for the place has the perfect natural setting to have an excellent getaway and create moments to be cherished for a lifetime. From a beautiful houseboat stay in Alleppey in the midst of palm-fringed landscapes to an amazing drive to Periyar, an area known for its Tiger Reserve and spice plantations, this package has a lot to offer its visitors.

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  • Duration : 6 Days, 5 Nights
  • End Point:  Kochi
  • Route: Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kumarakom - Kochi

Lavish Kerala Tour - Beachside Bliss

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To embrace the luxury in Kerala is an experience one should not miss. The beauty of serene backwaters, lush tea gardens, pristine palm-lined beaches, and magnificent architecture make this destination a wonderful place for a luxurious escape. They fondly call it 'God's Own Country' for a good reason. It never fails to fascinate its visitors for the place has a perfect natural setting to have an excellent getaway and create moments to be cherished for a lifetime. From an amazing houseboat stay in Alleppey to an amazing drive to Periyar, an area known for its Tiger Reserve and spice plantations, this package offers visitors a lot.

Route:  Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kovalam - Thiruvananthapuram

Best Things to Do on Kerala Trip

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Cycling Through Paddy Fields, Kuttanad

Backwater Excursions at Alappuzha Beach

Backwater Excursions at  Alappuzha Beach

If you are cherishing the idea of spending your vacations soaking the green beauty, then stride into a country boat and delight a voyage through the slender waterways. The backwater excellence relies on restricted channels. To appreciate the wide assortments of landscapes and freshness of thin trenches you should definitely opt for the backwater cruise.  This outing will clarify each eye of the slender trenches in the backwater. While cruising through these waterways in a boat you will get to experience many intriguing parts of everyday life in the land and additionally on water.   Wake up to a mystical dawn on the watercraft encompassed by the water and bird on their morning foray. Set a cruise in the morning from R-Block; appreciate the journey till Pallathuruthy as you wander through the emerald waters of the Vembanadu Lake and the Kuppupuram North Jetty.

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Elephant Ride in Thekkady

Elephant Ride in Thekkady

What could be a better way to enjoy the serene and peaceful beauty of Kerala than with an elephant ride on your Kerala tour packages? Thekkady in Kerala, India's biggest natural wildlife sanctuary is a fantasy goal for any traveler going to India. Also, the best thing about this wildlife is the Elephant ride which will be an ordeal of a lifetime. Elephant ride is another fascinating movement accessible for vacationers in Thekkady.  These elephant rides give vacationers ideal perspectives of the flavour ranches which are a part of the course crossed amid the ride. The light tender breeze that as a rule graces the zest manors are fit for restoring the fragrance of spices. With an elephant ride, you can reach the places which are not easily accessible in the National Park.

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Watch a Kalaripayattu Show

Watch a Kalaripayattu Show

Stay in a Treehouse in Wayanad

Stay in a Treehouse in Wayanad

Head out for an exotic stay in a tree house in Wayanad and make some special memories with your beloved on your Kerala tour packages. On the off chance that you are searching for a quiet and calm excursion away from the hustle and bustle of life for unending relaxation then you should definitely try sating in a tree house in Wayanad.  These tree houses are made of interesting cover rooftops and bamboo dividers and some are made of wood and bamboo with substantial netted windows. Whether you are going with your companions or family, this will be a lifetime encounter for you. Invest some quality energy with your friends and family at the highest point of a tree encompassed by the wilderness. In the evening sip a cup of tea enjoying the scenic beauty of that place.

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Paragliding in Vagamon

Paragliding in Vagamon

While you are in Kerala you can’t miss this interesting activity. Paragliding is said to be one of the most exhilarating sports in Vagamon, a verdant spot in green Kerala. Surrounded by grassy hills lands, and crisp clear mountain air, you will be hovering excessively up like a bird in the air.

You are going to be taking off from the second biggest top in South India, Amruthamedu. Another intriguing thing is where you will be flying from a 10km lengthy ridge with three, 3000 ft from high to backside.  So guys, make your weekend a special one with this exciting activity in Vagamon. You Can Also Book:  Kerala Honeymoon Packages From Pune                                     Wayanad Tour Packages

Stay in a Houseboat in Alleppey

Stay in a Houseboat in Alleppey

Take a Bike Ride in Idukki

Take a Bike Ride in Idukki

One of the best bike rides in Kerala is in Idukki, a hill station perched in the mountains and surrounded by lush greenery. Explore the adventurous 35km route and follow the dirt roads on your bikes. Pave your way through all the short climbs while admiring the landscape filled with colorful and sprawling plantations of cardamom and tea. Cyclists will be able to enjoy the scenic tall mountains, vast plains and subtropical forests throughout their adventurous journey. Timings - 6 Am-6 Pm Entry Fee - Minimum Rs.20 (extra Rs. 50 for the camera) Book Now:  Kochi Packages                      Thekkady Tour Packages

Taste Local Drink Toddy

Taste Local Drink Toddy

If you prefer to taste some local drinks while in Kerala then you must definitely try Toddy. Known as the local drink of Kerala, this drink will surely make you feel a bit light after a long tiring day. Toddy is an alcoholic beverage gathered from the sap of different types of palm trees like date palms, coconut palms, and Palmyra.

It is otherwise called palm wine, Kallu in South India, palm flavour or hard stuff/tadi or neera in North India. What could be a better way to spend your time along with your friends while tasting a glass of Toddy? This time it’s time for some extra fun in Kerala. Also Book:  Cochin Tour Packages                       Wayanad Tour Package From Chennai

Get an Authentic Kerala Ayurveda Massage

Get an Authentic Kerala Ayurveda Massage

With the Kerala tour packages, you can rejuvenate yourself after a long tiring week with an authentic Kerala Ayurveda Massage. This exotic Ayurvedic massages helps in the stimulation of optimal blood circulation and expel toxins from the body. The massage also renders deep relaxation and rejuvenates for the body and mind. 

This is one of the best ways to get rid of your pain and refresh your body, mind, and soul. Moreover, this mass also helps in prevent aging and degeneration. The heat and steam which is used during your massage allow the medicated oils to seep into the body and nourish from the inside. Must Book:  Wayanad Trip From Bangalore                       Wayanad Tour Package From Calicut

Watch a Kathakali Performance in Varkala

Watch a Kathakali Performance in Varkala

Admire the traditional and elegant Kathakali dance performances at Varkala cultural center. During the Kerala trip, visitors can witness the whole process starting from the extensive make-up routine of the artist till the end of the performance. A perfect blend of animated expressions with hand gestures and facial expressions, along with mimes can be discovered in a Kathakali Performance in Varkala. The entire performance depicting the scenes from different epics like Mahabharta, are translated into English, for tourist’s better understanding. Location - PPQ2+H25, Varkala, Kerala 695141 Timings - 6.30 PM -8 PM on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Entry Fee -  400 per person Also Checkout:  Alleppey Tour Packages From Chennai                              Alleppey Packages From Bangalore

Trek to Chembra Peak, Wayanad

Trek to Chembra Peak, Wayanad

It almost the end of the year and most of you have been definitely planning for an outing. This time make it something different as you head out for an exciting trek to Chembra Peak in Wayanad. Feel that adrenaline rush as you trek to the highest point of the impressive Chembra Peak, situated close to the heart moulded Chembra Lake in Wayanad. 

Climb to the highest point and admire its astounding scenic beauty. Chembra top borders Nilgiri slopes in Tamil Nadu and Vallarimala in Kozhikode. From the town of Meppady you can achieve the crest through strolling. Must Checkout:  Munnar Packages From Mumbai                              Munnar Packages From Coimbatore

Spice Plantation in Wayanad

Spice Plantation in Wayanad

Visit Tea Plantation in Munnar

Visit Tea Plantation in Munnar

Parasailing at Payyambalam Beach

Parasailing at Payyambalam Beach

Boating in Banasura Sagar Dam

Boating in Banasura Sagar Dam

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Poovar island, trivandrum.

Poovar Island, Trivandrum

If you are planning to explore some of the historic places in Kerala, then Fort Kochi is a must visit for you. This is a must visit place in Kerala. Each and every nook of this island is steeped in historical past, there's something amusing awaiting you.  Spend your evening while jogging down the streets of this historical land. 

The architecture of the quiet streets on this enclave may be very certainly European, with nice houses developed by using wealthy British merchants, and Dutch cottages with break up farm house doorways. At the water’s edge, there may be a bus stand, boat jetty and foods and drinks stalls.

Jatayu National Park

Jatayu National Park

Kovalam Beach

Kovalam Beach

Located 16 km away from the south of the city Kovalam is a beach town by the Arabian Sea in Thiruvananthapuram city. This beach has been a most loved destination for the travelers and is a must visit place for people during their Kerala tour. A huge rocky promontory on the shoreline has made a lovely sound of quiet waters perfect for ocean washing.

Soak on the amazing beauty of this place and also sunbath in the beach. Another interesting thing is that the shoreline complex incorporates a string of rest houses, Ayurvedic resorts, shopping zones, swimming pools, Yoga and Ayurvedic knead focuses etc.

Soochipara Falls

Soochipara Falls

TATA Tea Museum

TATA Tea Museum

Visit the inspiring TATA Tea Museum in your Kerala Tour Packages, and relive the history of Munnar city from becoming one of the largest producers of tea. Witness the old machinery used to produce tea, while walking through the memory lane from the captured moments showcasing the efforts of planters who conquered their goal of making Munnar one of the greatest tea producers in India. After gaining the history, stroll from the CTC tea processing area and get to try varieties of tea flavors. While sipping your cuppa of tea lay your eyes on the marvelous sundial, made in 1913. Made by the Art Industrial School, Nazareth, Tamil Nadu, the sundial is placed on a huge granite block for the display. Location - KDHP House, NH 49, Nullatanni, Munnar, Kerala 685612 Timings - 9 am-4 pm (Tuesday-Sunday) Entry Fee - Adult – 75 INR per head  Child (Age group – 06 to 12 years) – 35 INR per head  Camera – 20 INR

Bekal Fort, Kasargod

Bekal Fort, Kasargod

Vadakkunnathan Temple

Vadakkunnathan Temple

Vadakkunnathan, an ancient temple purely dedicated to Lord Shiva situated in the center of the city is a must visit on your Kerala Tour. The temple is a classic example showcasing the authentic Kerala architecture with four monumental towers located on each side. Explore the beautiful murals, paintings and sculptures depicting scenes from the epic Mahabharata. Known as one of the national buildings of India, visitors can experience the peaceful and spiritual connection by walking through the paved way surrounded by the lush green flora. The place provides an incredible 360 degree view of the whole city as it is situated in the center of Thrissur. The temple holds an annual festival Thrissur Pooram, where all the neighboring temples participate. Location -  Swaraj Round N, Kuruppam, Thekkinkadu Maidan, Thrissur, Kerala 680001 Timings - 4am-11am, 5pm-8.30pm

Athirappilly Waterfalls, Thrissur

Athirappilly Waterfalls, Thrissur

Hawah Beach

Hawah Beach

Hawa Beach also known as the Lighthouse Beach is a must to include in your Kerala Package, as it showcases the culture, food, and beauty of the city. Find your own spot and relax under the breezy trees while sipping a glass of wine and enjoying the perfect ocean scenery. Take a sunbath while deciding the seafood menu offered by the shacks present on the beach. Explore the whole ocean on a boat ride or one can enhance their surfing skills through the large waves. Enjoy some beach volleyball or celebrate a lazy day with your favorite book and some tanning breeze. Watch the sky change its colors and get mesmerized by the moonlit dancing on the night waves. Location - Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam, Kerala 695527

Sakthan Thampuran Palace

Sakthan Thampuran Palace

Include Sakthan Thampuran Palace, an ancient Kerala-Dutch palace in your Kerala Tour Package. The palace was known as Vadakkekara Palace before its reconstruction in the year 1795. The architecture of the palace is a treat to your eyes as it provides paved floors with exclusive Italian marble, surrounded by extra thick walls and high roofs. The place was rebuilt by Ramavarma Thampuran, but in 2005 it was converted into a museum by the state government of Kerala. Explore the history and beauty of the palace and relish the comfortable and pleasant atmosphere. The tomb of Saktan Thampuran Rama Varma is also preserved in the palace itself, decorated with an ornamental wall. Location - Stadium Rd, Chembukkav, Thrissur, Kerala 680020 Timings -  10am-4pm

Paramekkavu Bhagavathy Temple

Paramekkavu Bhagavathy Temple

Plan your Kerala tour around the famous annual festival Thrissur Pooram, in which Paramekkavu Bhagavathy showcases their famous caparisoned elephant procession. Tourists from all over the world visit the temple to witness this auspicious moment. The temple is dedicated to Devi Vaishnavy, and is known as one of the largest Bhagavathy temples in Kerala. Witness a beautifully carved wooden structure of the idol, along with Lord Ganapati and  Lord Veerabhadra. The Temple complex is made of two major shrines, i.e. Paramekkavu and Melekkavu, known for their architecture and colorful murals. People of Kizhakkumpattukara village consider Goddess Bhagavathy as their main deity.  Location -  Paramekkavu Devaswom Building, Round East, Thrissur, Kerala 680001 Timings - 4.30am-11.30am, 4pm-9pm

Neyyar Dam

Include the serene Neyyar Dam in your Kerala Package, as one of the most scenic destinations. Imagine standing at a height of 56m, and feeling a light cold breeze passing through your hair while your eyes are witnessing a picturesque view of the western ghats. This rubble masonry gravity dam is a relishing treat of nature, mostly empty, the place is considered as one of the best picnic spots of the city. The main river flow starts from Kallikkadu and ends in the Arabian sea. Capture aesthetic photos of mother nature for your social media and explore the wildlife of the place in Lion safari. Location - G4PW+392, Kallikkad, Kerala 695572 Timings - 8am-7pm Entry Fee - 10 (for Indians), Rs. 100 (for foreigners). Rs. 250 to 400 for safari and boat ride.

Valiyathura Pier

Valiyathura Pier

Witness one of the most beautiful dusks in Kerala at the Valiyathura Pier, a seaport situated in the capital city of the state. Embrace yourself for a panoramic view of the Arabian sea with endless water and musical waves crashing through the bottom of the pier. Wander through the long bridge and end up at the end of the pier, sit and inhale the spiritual wind to relax your dizzy mind and capture the essence of the picturesque view of the ocean. This is a popular place among photographers, as it provides an array of colorful sky to capture the journey of the sun down.  Location - Valiyathura, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695008 Timings - 10am-6pm

St. Mary's Forane Church, Alleppey

St. Mary's Forane Church, Alleppey

This particular church located in the Alleppey district is considered to be one of the oldest Catholic-Syrian churches in India. The old-world white façade along with the brilliant craftsmanship adds to the charm of the structure. Devotees from India and around the world make it a point to visit the church and offer prayers. 

There are rock inscriptions which detail the history of the church. In fact, the church is surrounded by some ancient artifacts which are important to the culture and heritage of the place. Therefore, this church should definitely be visited for the very fact that it stands as a beacon of religious austerity.

Periyar National Park, Thekkady

Periyar National Park, Thekkady

Cheeyappara Waterfalls

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Varkala Beach, Thiruvananthapuram

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Experience the wonders of Periyar National Park! Nestled in the Western Ghats of Kerala, India, this biodiverse sanctuary offers a captivating blend of wildlife and pristine landscapes. Embark on thrilling jungle safaris and encounter majestic elephants, tigers, leopards, and diverse avian species roaming freely in their natural habitat. Discover lush forests, shimmering streams, and cascading waterfalls as you trek through its verdant trails.Boating on the tranquil Periyar Lake provides a unique opportunity to spot wildlife congregating at the water's edge. As a responsible eco-tourism destination, the park promotes conservation efforts and sustainable tourism.Whether you're an adventure seeker, wildlife enthusiast, or simply seeking a serene retreat amidst nature's bounty, Periyar National Park promises an unforgettable and enriching experience in the lap of pristine wilderness.

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Nestled amidst the lush landscapes of Thekkady in Kerala, India, Elephant Junction stands as a beacon of unique and responsible tourism. The place offers an enchanting escape into the world of elephants, where visitors can forge deep connections with these gentle giants while fostering conservation efforts.At Elephant Junction, the focus is not merely on entertainment but on education and ethical interaction. One of the highlights is the opportunity to embark on elephant rides through verdant forests and winding pathways. As you sway gently atop these magnificent creatures, you'll gain a new perspective on the surrounding natural beauty, creating lasting memories.Bathing sessions are another remarkable aspect of the experience. Engaging in the playful act of washing these elephants brings out their affable nature. As you assist in their care routine, you'll develop a profound understanding of their behaviors and mannerisms, establishing a sense of empathy for these remarkable beings.Guided tours at Elephant Junction provide a comprehensive insight into the lives of these animals. Knowledgeable guides share information about their habitats, diets, social structures, and the challenges they face in the wild. This not only enriches the visitor's experience but also raises awareness about the importance of elephant conservation.What sets Elephant Junction apart is its commitment to responsible tourism. The facility adheres to ethical standards that prioritize the well-being of the elephants. They ensure that the animals' living conditions are as close to their natural habitat as possible, guaranteeing a comfortable and stress-free environment.Moreover, Elephant Junction actively contributes to the conservation of elephants in the region. By promoting awareness and understanding among visitors, they play a vital role in safeguarding these magnificent creatures from various threats they face in the wild.In conclusion, Elephant Junction in Thekkady is more than a tourist attraction; it's an immersive journey into the world of elephants that leaves a lasting impact. Through activities like elephant rides, bathing sessions, and educational tours, visitors not only create cherished memories but also contribute to the preservation of these iconic animals. It's a harmonious blend of adventure, education, and responsible tourism that continues to captivate hearts and minds, fostering a sense of admiration and empathy for these majestic beings.

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One of the most interesting Thekkady tourist places is Kadathanadan Kalari Center – a place famous for enjoying Kalaripayattu martial arts, the traditional self-defence practices of Kerala.The place emanates an air of culture and historical heritage of Kerala. It is designed to ensure the safety of guests – as well as enjoying the performance of the martial arts. You can also learn martial arts at different levels here – basic, intermediate and advanced.

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Trip Location: Kerala Destinations Covered: 2N Munnar, 1N Thekkady, 1N Alleppey Start Point: Kochi airport/Ernakulam Railway Station End Point: Kochi airport/Ernakulam Railway Station Accommodation: Hotel, houseboat Things to do: Sightseeing, boating, jeep safari, bamboo rafting, houseboat experience

About The Package

Grab this well-designed 4 nights, 5 days Kerala tour package for a trip to treasure. With this Kerala tour package for 5 days , you will be exploring some of the most sought after places of Kerala such as Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey. Munnar is a breathtaking hill town that draws tourists to its mesmeric locales and treats them to gulps of fresh and unpolluted air, apart from spectacular scenery. Thekkady introduces tourists to raw nature. Alleppey takes travelers for some quite sightseeing time through backwaters. Your Kerala trip for 5 days is packed with smooth transfers, cozy stays, and delish meals in addition to sightseeing.

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4 places that you will get to visit through this tour package, 1. cheeyappara waterfalls.

What's Special: Seven tier waterfall

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Timings: Open 24 hours

Distance from the city center: 10.3 km

Cheeyappara Waterfalls is a beautiful seven tier waterfall located on the Kochi-Madurai Highway. It is a great place to visit on your way. Moreover, many people also opt to go on a trek to Cheeyappara Waterfalls.

2. Eravikulam National Park

What's Special: Neelakurinji; Wildlife

Entry Fee: Rs 90

Timings: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Distance from the city center: 15 km

Sprawled over an area of 97 km², Eravikulam National Park is situated in the Idukki district. It is home to great variety of flora and fauna. Some of the commonly spoted animals here are Nilgiri tahr, Lion-tailed macaque, Tigers, Sloth bear, Leopards, Golden jackal, Nilgiri langur, etc. The national park is also famous to be a home of Neelakurinji, a type of flower that only blooms once in 12 years. This park is also a great spot for bird watching; here, one can spot Nilgiri pipit, Nilgiri wood pigeon, black-and-orange flycatcher, white bellied shortwing, Kerala laughingthrush, etc.

3. Periyar National Park

What's Special: Endangered flora and fauna

Entry Fee: Rs 25

Timings: 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Distance from the nearest city: 102.4 km

Periyar National Park is spread over an area of ‎305 km‎² and is situated in Idukki and Pathanamthitta district of Keral. The national park was established in 1982. This national park is said to be home of around 35 tigers. It is an amzing place to visit on your trip to Kerala.

4. Periyar Lake

What's Special: Source of water for wildlife

Entry Fee: Rs 40

Timings: 6:30 Am to 5:00 PM ( note that timings for boating are different)

Distance from the city center: 59.3 km

The lakeside of Periyar Lake is an incredible place to visit in Kerala. Not only does it offer a spectacluar view but also a sense of calm. Best of all, one can also partake in boating in Periyar Lake. A boat trip allows you to take a closer look at the wilderness that surrounds the lake.

The 5 days tour package in Kerala begins as soon as you reach Munnar. The first day is at leisure that facilitates you to enjoy just the way you want. The next day imparts you opportunity to explore the myriad hotspots of this hill town such as Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Tea Museum, Rose Garden, Photo Point, Mattupetty Dam, Elephant Arrival Point, Echo Point, and Indo Swiss Project.

Up next on this 4 nights, 5 days package to Kerala is a trip to Thekkady where you will enjoying a thrilling jeep safari as you traverse through the woods and come across the wildlife. From Thekkady, the vacation proceeds to Alleppey, where a houseboat experience awaits you. Delight in a peaceful cruise along the backwaters and enjoy lip-smacking meals and an overnight stay onboard. So, book a 5 days tour packages in Kerala today!

  • Kickstart your journey with a visit to Cheeyappara Waterfalls
  • Adore the views at Valara Falls
  • Marvel at the sight of Periyar Lake and Tea Museum
  • Enjoy a visit to Eravikulam National Park
  • Get a glimpse of tigers at Periyar National Park

Munnar: Welcome the vacation

  • Valara Falls
  • Cheeyappara Waterfalls
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Your Kerala trip for 5 days begins today with a transfer to Munnar

On reaching Kochi airport or Ernakulam Railway Station, you will be greeted and escorted by an agent’s representative to the hill town – Munnar. As you move to this beautiful town, delight in the sight of Valara and Cheeyappara waterfalls, and lush green expanses. Once you reach Munnar, check-in to the hotel and wash away the journey fatigue. Remaining day is free for you to enjoy the way you want or simply relax at the hotel. Later, sleep restfully at the hotel.

Distance from Kochi to Munnar : 130 km (approx.)

Travel Time : 4 hours (approx.)

Munnar: Explore the attractions

  • Eravikulam National Park
  • Mattupetty Dam
  • Rose Garden

This 5 days tour package in Kerala introduces you to the lovely locales of Munnar

Savor a delectable breakfast and set off for a sightseeing spree according to this Kerala tour package for 5 days . Attractions such as Eravikulam National Park, Tea Museum by Tata Tea, Rose Garden, Photo Point, Mattupetty Dam, Elephant Arrival Point, Echo Point, and Indo Swiss Project (entrance is subject to prior permission) will keep you intrigued throughout the day. after a happening day, come back to the hotel and slip into your bed for a good night sleep.

Thekkady: Explore the wilderness

  • Periyar National Park
  • Jeep Safari
  • Periyar Lake

Get ready for a thrilling experience as per this Kerala trip plan for 5 days

up to a nutritious breakfast and checkout from the hotel as per this 4 nights, 5 days package to Kerala. Now, you will be moving to the rousing expanses of Thekkady. On arrival, check-in to the hotel and relax. The day now treats you to a jeep safari in Periyar National Park. After the enthralling safari, you can enjoy boating in Periyar Lake. After an amazing day, return to the hotel and sleep peacefully.

Optional : Enjoy bamboo rafting in Thekkady (charges extra)

Distance from Munnar to Thekkady : 94 km (approx.)

Travel time : 3 hours (approx.)

Alleppey: A houseboat experience awaits

The next leg of your Kerala trip for 5 days takes you to Alleppey

Arise to a healthy morning meal and checkout from the hotel. Now, this Kerala tour packages for 5 days takes you to Alleppey. On reaching, you will check-in to the houseboat. Satiate your hunger pangs with a lovable lunch before setting off for a lovely cruise along the backwaters. After a pleasurable day, enjoy a refreshing tea with snacks. Later, savor delicious dinner onboard and tuck yourself in your beds for the night at houseboat.

Distance from Thekkady to Alleppey : 140 km (approx.)

Travel time : Approx. 4 hours (approx.)

Cochin: The vacation culminates

Adieu Kerala!

Relish a sumptuous breakfast onboard and checkout from the houseboat. Now, you will be transferred to Cochin as per this Kerala tour package for 5 days . From here, catch your flight/train back home with fond memories.

Distance from Alleppey to Cochin : 53 km (approx.)

Travel time : 1.5 hours (approx.)

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How much does a kerala tour cost.

From the number of vacation days to the type of accommodation and from the kind of activities to transportation you opt for, the total cost depends on such important factors. On the whole, the approximate cost of a Kerala trip is INR 17,000 that is inclusive of a stay at upto 4 stars hotel, sightseeing, transfers, breakfast, etc. The package does not include airfare/train fare, travelers need to take care of the same. Whether you are seeking a luxurious or budget package, you can make the changes in your itinerary according to your requirements.

How can I plan a Kerala Trip?

There is so much to do in Kerala and with this 4 nights 5 days Kerala package itinerary , you can enjoy the best of what this destination has to offer. After reaching Kochi airport or Ernakulam Railway Station, head towards Munnar which is a 4-hour drive. Reach your pre-booked hotel in Munnar, check in and enjoy some moments of relaxation. On day 2, you can visit attractions in Munnar including Eravikulam National Park, Tea Museum by Tata Tea, Rose Garden, Photo Point, Mattupetty Dam, Elephant Arrival Point, Echo Point, and more. All this can be covered in a day. Head towards Thekkady on day 3, reach your pre-booked hotel and leave for a jeep safari in Periyar National Park. You may also visit Periyar Lake and enjoy bamboo rafting. Devote your day 4 for an exquisite houseboat experience in Alleppey. Enjoy a stay in the houseboat while cruising along the backwaters. The next day, reach back to Cochin from where you can catch a flight/train back home.

What is the best time to visit Kerala?

The Winter season which is from September to March is considered the best month to plan a Kerala vacation. During this time, the destination experiences less humidity and the weather is immensely delightful that can enhance your sightseeing experience. Moreover, this is the best time to explore the lush green plantations in Munnar.

Can this 4 nights, 5 days Kerala tour package be customized?

Yes, tourists can easily get this Kerala tour package customized to their pocket and preferences. All they have to do is to convey their requirements to the respective travel agent and their needful will be done.

Is it possible to pay for this package in installments?

Yes, tourists can pay for this package in installments. All they have to do is to pay a booking amount, rest they can pay in installments as guided by their respective travel agent.

How can tourists enjoy a leisurely day in Munnar?

Tourists can visit attractions like Vattavada, Attukal Waterfalls, Pothamedu (6 km from Munnar), Devikulam (7 km from Munnar) to enjoy their leisure day.

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3 Days Kerala Tour Packages for Family, Couples & Group

Kerala tourism is at its heights among people for its backwater, amazingly beautiful beaches, natural sceneries and more. Kerala tour packages guide offers various 2 nights 3 days Kerala tour packages . Kerala, the most popular tourist destination in South India is now creating a new era among the people from across the world.

You just have to make a plan to visit Kerala, the Paradise of South India with your family and friends. Well, we are right here to provide the perfect kerala tour packages designed for you at best available rates. We have designed different packages for our valuable customers. Have a look into our 3 days kerala tourism packages .

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Munnar 2Nights & 3 Days ,

Attraction: Mattupetty Dam, Kundala Lake, Echo Pint, Eravikulam national park, Tea factory visit,

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2 Nights 3 Days Munnar Tour Package Starting @ Rs 6700 Per person

This package includes

  • 2 Night accomodation in 3 star Hotels in munnar
  • Complimentary breakfast in hotels
  • Well maintained A/C private tourist taxi
  • Pickup & drop at the airport or railway station
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Experienced driver cum guide

Day 1- Arrival

On your arrival at Cochin international airport/ Railway station, meet our executive, who will welcome and receive you.  Later drive to Munnar hills (130 Kms), sprawling tea plantations, picture book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make it a popular and most wanted tourist destination of Kerala. On the way, you will get a glimpse of the majestic Cheeyappara waterfalls and Valara falls.

Once you reach the resort, check in and freshen up. Later in the evening, visit Tea Museum. Learn how tea is processed from raw fresh tea leaves to its final packaging. You can also visit Munnar town and shop for spices and handmade chocolates. Overnight stay at Munnar.

Day 2- Exploring Munnar

Day 2, can start with taking a stroll among any of the tea plantations in and around the hill station. After breakfast, we head out for a full day sightseeing trip of Munnar. The Mattuppetty dam and Kundala lake offers visitors with boating opportunity. You can also visit the echo point, top station, rose garden, hydel park and Ponthenmedu view point.

In the afternoon, visit the Eravikulam National Park. The park, which houses many endangered flora and fauna, is also the home to the largest population of Nilgiri Tahr. The place is also famous for trekking, and its rare butterfly species.  Anamudi – the highest peak in South India – is inside the national park.

Spend the night relaxing at the resort as it is the final day of your stay in the misty Munnar.

Day 3- Departure

After a relaxed breakfast, say goodbye to misty Munnar. Our representatives will drop you at Cochin airport/railway station in time for your flight/train.

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3 Days Kerala Tour Packages ( 2 Nights 3 Days Kerala Tour packages)

Kerala is amazingly a heaven like place. The place is wrapped with all the natural beauties, rich culture and more. People from various corners of the globe come here to enjoy their holidays in Kerala . We have designed 3 days packages for family tour, group tour and honeymoon tour in Kerala . We have best rates for your 3 days kerala tour package and you can customize your tour as per your need.

Choose us and get a hassle free and memorable trip to make a frame of your amazingly beautiful trip to Kerala.

 Choose from 2 nights 3 days Kerala family tour packages

Kerala Tour Packages will give you an unforgettable experience. We know it takes time to make a plan to visit a place with your family. No worries! Add Kerala to your upcoming travel bucket list and get the best deals ever. We will give you a peaceful and serenity holiday assurance. Here is some 3 days kerala family tour packages to book now!

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3 Days Munnar Package

Locations : Munnar (2 Nights)

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Starting Price   ₹ 6700 / Person

Discover the beauty of Munnar with our amazing 3 Days Munnar Family Package. It includes visit to the top waterfalls in munnar , hill stations, tea plantations, trekking, camping, shikara ride and more.

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3 Days Wayanad Tour Package

Locations : Wayanad (2 Nights)

Starting Price   ₹ 6450 / Person

Experience and enjoy in God’s own country with our 3 Days Wayanad Tour Package. The package includes trekking and camping, visit to Sentinel Rock Waterfalls, Pookode Lake, Banasura Dam, Kuruva Island, etc.

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3 Days Kochi Alleppey Houseboat Package

Locations : Kochi (1 Night), Alleppey Houseboat (1 Night)

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Starting Price   ₹ 6500 / Person

Enjoy the breath-taking beauty of Kochi. The Chinese fishing nets, Bolgatty Palace, Old Churches & Fort Kochi, Mattancherry,Alleppey “Venice of the East”  with our 3 Days Cochin Alleppey Houseboat Package

We have more family packages in Kerala tourism for 3 days. Starting from Kasaragod covering all the 14 districts of Kerala and ending with Kanyakumari. You can ask us custom made 3 day packages for Kerala. Our 3 day kerala trip itinerary comes in 3 different segments, deluxe, premium & luxury.

Most Popular 3 Days Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages ( 2 Nights / 3 Days)

We have designed a special 3 days Kerala Honeymoon package for newly wedded couples. You can spend a luxury time with your partner near the beaches under the beautiful and clear sky. You can enjoy the green landscapes and tea gardens. Kerala will be a perfect place for the newly wedded couples. You can frame a perfect picture with your partner in this blissful place.

We promise to make your Honeymoon in Kerala a memorable one. We will assist you in all the possible manner.

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3 Days 2 Nights Munnar Treehouse Tour Package

Locations : Munnar Treehouse (1 Nights), Valley View Resort (1 Night)

Starting Price   ₹ 21,500 / Couple

Hey newly wedded couple! Here is an amazing 3 Days Munnar Treehouse Tour Package. Explore Munnar hill stations, tea plantations, Top Station, Photo Point and much more.

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3 Days 2 Nights Wayanad Treehouse Package

Locations : Wayanad Treehouse (2 Nights)

Starting Price   ₹ 29,950 / Couple

Kerala is a dream place for Honeymooners and this is another 3 day honeymoon package designed for couples. Have a luxurious and enjoyable stay in treehouse. Enjoy the sightseeing, waterfalls and many more.

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3 Days 2 Nights Kumarakom, Alleppey Tour Package

Locations : Kumarakom (1 Night), Alleppey Houseboat(1 Night)

Starting Price   ₹ 19,950 / Couple

Reveal the beauty of Kerala with your loved one by booking our 3 Days 2 Nights Kumarakom, Alleppey Tour Package. It includes 1 night stay at Kumarakom lakeside resort and 1 night at Alleppey Houseboat.

Budget 3 Days Kerala Group Tour Packages (2 Nights / 3 Days)

Group trips are always enchanting and happening whether it is with your friends or family. It sounds like it will one of the most memorable trip. We provide different types of 3 days kerala packages for group tours . Spend your Holidays in Kerala with your friends.

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3 Days 2 Nights Munnar Group Tour Package

Starting Price   ₹ 5750 / Person

Go adventurous with our 3 Days Munnar Group Tour Package. The package includes trekking and camping, sightseeing, visit to exotic waterfalls, tea plantations, etc

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3 Days 2 Nights Munnar, Alleppey Group Tour Package

Locations : Munnar (1 Night), Alleppey Houseboat (1 Night)

Starting Price   ₹ 5350 / Person

Experience amazing Munnar’s tea gardens, waterfalls, trekking spots, picnic spots, camping and backwater cruise with our 3 Days 2 Nights Munnar, Alleppey Group Tour Package.

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3 Days 2 Nights Athirapally, Kumarakom Tour Package

Locations : Athirapally (1 Night), Kumarakom Houseboat(1 Night)

Starting Price   ₹ 5300 / Person

3 Days 2 Nights Athirapally, Kumarakom Tour Package is one of the best package designed for the group travellers. Hang on with your friends and enjoy a lovely stay in Kerala.

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Unravel the Mesmerising Beauty of the Silent Backwaters with a Houseboat Cruise! Check-In into the “Kettuvallams” For a Fun-Filled and Memorable Holiday in Kerala!

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Experience the Grandeurs of Kerala! Visit the Spectacular Beaches in Kerala; Revel in the True Essence of Beach Culture & Traditions while in God’s Own Country!

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Kerala Tour Packages

Planning for a Kerala trip in 2023 - 2024? Here are our most popular and trending Kerala tour packages! Pick your favorite and explore the best of God’s Own Country!.If you wish to dive deeper and soak in the culture of Kerala, you should opt one from our more than 100 Kerala tour packages. Whatever the budget, from standard to luxury, our Kerala tour packages are customizable as per your wants. Be it a sightseeing tour across the beaches of Kerala, a tour in the lush green spice plantations, a wildlife tour in the untouched forests of Thekkady or a romantic getaway Kerala tour package for the newly wed. We offer them all!


1. mattupetty dam, munnar.

The dam and the lake are the highlights of this place. The serenity of this place will make you fall in love with it. Also, the place is known as “Cattle Village”. The name comes from the famous Indo-Swiss farm project that happened here.

2. Mattancherry Palace, Kochi

The place is a Portuguese Palace. It was popularly known as the Dutch Palace. The palace has some wonderfully detailed murals that depict scenes from epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata.

3. Periyar National Park, Thekkady

The national park is spread over 357 sq. km of land. Periyar National Park is a tiger and elephant reserve. Its main attraction is the wildlife sighting aboard a boat in the Periyar Lake.

4. Aruvikkuzhi Waterfall, Kumarakom

The waterfall is an ideal picnic spot to spend time with your family and loved ones. The water falling down the mountain is so clean and white that it can be compared to milk. Also, the St. Mary’s church is located at the top of the waterfalls.

5. Alappuzha Beach, Alleppey

The beach has a huge network of freshwater rivers, lakes and lagoons. Every year, the Nehru Trophy Boat Price event takes place at this very beach. In addition to the beach, the Alappuzha Lighthouse is also a popular tourist attraction here.

6. Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam

This beach is a crescent-shaped beach. It offers a wide range of food outlets situated around the shoreline. Also, a number of beach sports are available at the beach.

7. Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Trivandrum

It is said that according to the Bhagavad Gita, Balarama had visited this very temple and made offerings to the Lord. Many visitors come here to seek blessings of the Lord. Also, an important note is that visitors need to follow a strict dress code to enter the temple.

8. Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad

The dam was initially built with the aim of aiding the Kakkayam Hydroelectric project. But now the dam also makes for a great picnic spot. The trek around the dam offers spectacular vistas of the surroundings around you. Also, the speedboat ride is a must.

9. Vagamon Lake, Vagamon

The lake is the pride and highlight of Vagamon. The pedal boats and rowing boats at the lake help you burn calories and enjoy the view of the surroundings from the middle of the lake.

10. Vizhinjam, Poovar

The place has scenic, white sand beaches and a rock-cut cave. It also houses a shrine that is dedicated to Vinandhara Dakshinamurti. In addition to that, there is also a marine aquarium.

11. St. Angelo’s Fort, Kannur

The fort was built by the first Portuguese viceroy of India in 1505. The fort offers fascinating views of Moplah bay and Dharmadam Island.

12. Madiyan Koolom Temple, Kasargod

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali and is famous for the annual Puttu Utsavam. Another famous festival at the temple is Kalasham.


1. bathe elephants, kodanad.

Imagine giving a bath to an elephant? At the Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary, you can actually do that. It is one of the major things to experience in Kerala. You can also take an elephant safari and even feed elephants.

2. House Boat Stay, Alleppey

When in Alleppey don’t miss out on the experience of sailing in a houseboat. Although there are many things to do in Kerala the houseboat stay and ride is a different experience altogether.

3. Shikara Rides, Alappuzha

Alappuzha offers some stunning views of the backwaters. On your Shikara ride, you will overlook the beautiful coconut trees and also see an array of birds flying above you. Indulging in this fun activity is a must.

4. Snake Boat Race, Alappuzha

The Snake Boat Rice in Alappuzha is one of the most amazing things to do in Kerala. If you feel you are far away from the lake then you can even rent a boat to look at the race from close-by.

5. Stay In a Tree House, Wayanad

If you wish to get closer to nature and experience the natural surroundings then you are at the right place in Wayanad. The tree house stay also offers activities like rappelling, rock climbing, nature walks and mountain biking.

6. Spice Tour, Thekkady

A tour of the spice plantations in Munnar is a must. One can taste some authentic black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and the exotic vanilla and meanwhile also explore the farms on a nature walk.

7. Visit the Coffee Plantation, Wayanad

Drinking coffee at the place where it is made is an experience of a lifetime. You can learn about the whole coffee making process that goes from plucking the green coffee beans to finally getting that perfect brew in the last one.

8. Watch Theyyam, Kochi

Watching Theyyam is considered one of the best things to do in Kerala. The performance is staged in various temples of North Kerala. Watching this exceptional dance form will definitely make you feel alive.

9. Try Tea Flavours, Munnar

The place is a haven of tea leaves. The Tea Estate has a 100-year-old factory and the factory generates various types and flavours of tea. You can also purchase these flavours from the factory.

10. Bird Watching, Kumarakom

Nature Lovers, this is the place for you to be at. Take your binoculars along and enjoy bird watching at the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary. You can spot rare migratory birds such as egret, heron, waterfowl and the Siberian crane.


Kerala is best when explored in the winter season. The summers in Kerala are too hot for comfort and hence it is best to be avoided. Also, the main monsoons keep the state wet all throughout the season. Although it can be a beautiful amalgamation of scenic views, it becomes difficult to explore outdoor activities during the monsoons.

So the best time definitely is during the winter season. One can enjoy adventure activities, go boating and trekking and all this while being comfortable.


There are three international airports located in Kerala; Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, Kochi International Airport and the Calicut International Airport. The airports are connected to both India as well as international cities.

Kerala is well-connected to all the major cities of India. Kerala has around 200 railway stations in Kerala. They connect places both within and outside Kerala.

The roads of Kerala are a breeze to drive/ride on. The state is directly connected by road to neighbouring states of South India; like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. Other than that the National Highway nos.47, 17 and 49 connect Kerala to the rest of the country.


Kerala is a land of cultural diversity and it houses various religions, communities, regional cultures and language variations.

The culture is like a chain made of different coloured beads. The state is rich in rain forests, its ancient trade relations with foreign lands, entry of immigrant communities during different periods, agricultural tradition, cuisine and its tradition of art – literature –science and all of this makes the state what it is today.

Thought the culture and tradition of the state are hundreds of years old but it is still alive in the hearts of the locals.


1. puttu and kadala curry.

Puttu is a cylindrical steamed rice cake that is cooked with coconut shavings. This is a popular breakfast item in Kerala and a portion of the staple food. It is usually served with Kadala Curry, which are essentially black chickpeas.

2. Appam with Stew

Anybody from Kerala can vouch that this dish is Kerala’s favourite dish. Appam is basically rice pancake with soft and thick centres. It is usually paired with a southern style stew making it Appam with Stew.

3. Idiyappam

The dish is basically made of rice flour, water and salt. Then numerous strands of vermicelli are entwined together to make this version of an Appam.

4. Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu (Spicy Chicken Fry)

Chicken Fry is a must. This version of a chicken fry is something that is served on a banana leaf, the chicken is fried with onion, garlic, chilli, vinegar and coriander. The fiery taste adds to its taste.

5. Kerala Prawns Curry

Missing out on the Prawns Curry in Kerala is criminal. The prawn curry is sprinkled with chilli, salt, pepper and then dipped in lots of coconut milk, jaggery and then finished with curry leaves.

6. Beef Fry

The paralyzing flavours of this dish will make you fall in love with it. The beef fry is coated with curry leaves, ginger garlic paste and mustard leaves giving it the authentic flavour that is boasts of.

7. Malabar Parotha

The Parotha is mouth-watering street food of Kerala. It originates from the Malabar region. The dish has a flaky, crispy and crumbly texture. It melts in your mouth and leaves behind a sweet taste.

8. Fish Molee

Fish Molee is nothing but lightly fried fish made into a stew. It is cooked in an earthen pot for that authentic taste with coconut milk and kokum and spices along with fresh green chillies.

9. Banana Fritters

A favourite tea time snack in Kerala is the Banana Fritters. Ripe bananas coated in plain flour and deep fried in oil is what makes of this dish.

10. Palada Payasam

This dish is prepared during the festival of Onam. The dish is made out of rice, sugar, milk and ghee.

Planning for a Kerala trip? Here are our most popular and trending Kerala tour packages! Pick your favorite and explore the best of God’s Own Country!.If you wish to dive deeper and soak in the culture of Kerala, you should opt one from our more than 100 Kerala tour packages. Whatever the budget, from standard to luxury, our Kerala tour packages are customizable as per your wants. Be it a sightseeing tour across the beaches of Kerala, a tour in the lush green spice plantations, a wildlife tour in the untouched forests of Thekkady or a romantic getaway Kerala tour package for the newly wed. We offer them all!


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Searching for the best tour itineraries to discover god’s own country? Here are some of the most popular and suggested itineraries which you should consider while booking your next Kerala tour package.

Kerala Backwaters with Historic Sites:

This 3-days Kerala tour is a gateway to the pristine beauty of God’s Own Country. Within the three days of this tour, visitors can enjoy the magical appeal of the silent backwaters while having a glimpse of the colourful cultures and diverse history.

NOTE: Visitors can also join this amazing Kerala tour from Alleppey (or Alappuzha) on the second day.

Day 1: Arrival in Ernakulam & transfer to Fort Kochi. | Full day sightseeing around Chinese fishing net, Pardesi Synagogue, St. Francis Church, and several other popular landmarks. | Cultural show in the evening in Greenix village. | Exciting tuk-tuk rides can also be arranged by evening. | Relish delicious seafood dinner around Princess Street.

Day 2: Drive to Alleppey; around 61km. | Check-in into a houseboat . | Full-day houseboat cruise. Countryside experience.

Day 3: Early morning departure to Ernakulam. | Relax, get freshened up and board an evening flight to onward destination. Tour ends here.

NOTE: If visitors plan to take an overnight bus, they can revel in the bustling charm of MG Road in the evening.

Beach & Heritage Tour in Kerala:

Visit the stunning beaches in God’s Own Country! Enjoy the prismatic beauty of the Arabian Sea, play with the waves, laze around the golden sands, and curate fun-frolic moments while having a tryst with Kerala’s heritage and culture!

Day 1: Arrival in Trivandrum (or Thiruvananthapuram). | Transfer and check-in into a hotel in Kovalam. |Leisure day with scrumptious seafood.

Day 2: Full-day activities around Kovalam Beach. | Delight in appetizing delicacies within the sea-side cafes.

Day 3: Transfer to the gorgeous Varkala Beach. | Indulge in an array of beach activities throughout the day. | Enjoy a gala evening with live music and delectable seafood.

Day 4: Transfer to Thiruvananthapuram. | Sightseeing around popular tourist sites like Zoological Gardens and Museum, Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple, and PutheMaliga Palace Museum. | Tour ends here.

Best of Kerala Nature Tours:

Within the 5 days of this amazing Kerala nature tour, visitors will get acquainted with the pristine and untouched beauty of God’s Own Country. Be it a fascinating wildlife park, lush plantations, silent backwaters, or adventure activities, this tour has everything in store!

Day 1: Arrival in Ernakulam. | Check-in into a hotel in Fort Kochi. |Day tour to historic landmarks and silent backwaters.

Day 02 & Day 03: Transfer to Kumily. | Visit Periyar Tiger Reserve. | Drive back for lunch. | Post lunch activities include jeep safari, nature walks, jungle trails, and bamboo rafting. | Day ends with boat cruise in the Periyar Lake.

Day 04 & Day 05: Transfer to Munnar through the cardamom plantations. | Arrive in Munnar and check-in into a hotel for a leisure day. | Indulge in plantation walk on the next day. | Visit to the popular Kanan Devan Tea Museum. | Tour ends with an overnight bus journey to Ernakulam.


Kerala – the ‘Queen of the Malabar Coast’, is indeed one of the most gorgeous and enticing holiday destinations in the entire country. Adorned by the enchanting charm of the Arabian Sea, guarded by the lofty Western Ghats, jotted with numerous lagoons, and strapped by a chain of canals, this picturesque holiday casts a magical spell on all its visitors! Fondly called ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala boasts of its bountiful beauty and prismatic offerings. Whether planning vacations with family members, friends, solo or with your colleagues, Kerala Tourism will keep you enchanted with its array of offerings and mesmeric beauty. Blessed with a pleasant and heart-warming climate, this scenic tourist destination is a year-round destination. If you are planning to visit this magical abode with your family and is yearning for fun and leisure, you must plan your Kerala trip during September to March (or winter). Weather during this period remains cool and equally dry; you can simply lay back with your family or friends, and revel in the marvelous beauty of Kerala. This is also the most befitting time for couples to plan their honeymoon in Kerala and fill in their lives with only love and romance! For the nature lovers, adventure seekers and others alike, June to August (or monsoon) proves to be the ideal time to visit Kerala. During these months, the state welcomes the monsoon showering and blooms with all the charms and grace of Mother Nature! Visiting Kerala between March to May (or summer) can be a bit perplexing! However, it is the best time to meander around the Kerala beaches and enjoy the essence of Kerala Tourism in full galore!


While most of the tour operators and organisers assure you with destinations, we promise to offer you an experience! Our experience and keen to showcase the best of Kerala Tourism makes us one of the most trusted and preferred tour operators for Kerala. With us, you will not only visit places, but will also get to live the experience. Most of our tour packages are hand-picked by local experts, and also allows the you to tailor them according to your convenience. Whether a national or an international tourist, our Kerala tour packages are designed to fit everyone. Plan your Kerala holidays with your family, friends, colleagues, or solo, and enjoy the true colours and warmth of Kerala’s bountiful beauty and hospitality with us! We organize affordable and luxury tours from all major parts of the country. To name a few, we operate and organize tours from Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, and almost every part of India. Join us for an extremely fun-frolic, exciting and memorable Kerala experience; join us for an experience that will last forever in your mind! Information on Tourist Visas, Foreign Exchange, Tourist Visa Extension, and other Kerala Tourism queries can be obtained from Official Website of Kerala Tourism or from the Government Website of Department of Tourism, Kerala.



Kerala – a name that tickles every wanderlust, is one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in the world! Exuberant beaches, tranquil backwaters, flamboyant houseboats, cascading waterfalls, evergreen plantations, rustic homestays, towering peaks, diverse wildlife, enthralling activities, rich culture, or even historical wonders; you just think of any, Kerala tour packages will fulfil all your dreams! One state, many emotions; yes, that's the charm and allurement visitors get to unravel while in Kerala. Book Kerala tourism packages to discover its flawless beauty, step into a riot of colours, explore hidden gems of Mother Nature, and lot more with your family and friends!


Can you think of any destination that can rekindle life into you and inspire to break free all the man-made barriers? Or do you know any travel destination where the endless ocean meets the silent backwaters, where cultures greet you in the humblest of ways, where traditions bind everyone and usher harmony into the ambience? In case, you find it tough to find the answers, come with us to explore a piece of heaven on earth! Get smitten by the travel bug in you as you walk through the pristine nature, relish stays at the buoyant houseboats, rediscover history, fall in love with the backwaters, treat your taste buds with authentic culinary delights, and much more with our Kerala holiday packages. Whether you are beach goer or seeking to rejuvenate yourself with Ayurvedic massages and spa-therapies, planning for a romantic getaway amidst the misty mountains or simply let loose the shutterbug in you, our hand-picked Kerala tour packages assures you a dream-come-true experience in God's Own Country!


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All our tour itineraries are planned by travel experts with more than two decades of industry experience. They are the ones who are well-acquainted with each corner of Kerala. The way our experts plan the Kerala holiday packages, you won't miss out a single tour destination even during the shortest of duration. Moreover, our tour experts never allow you to get tired; they are well-versed with how to keep the excitement going!


Unlike other Kerala tour operators, we ensure 'same-price, double excitement' Kerala tour packages throughout the year! No matter, what time of year it is, we offer the most affordable and budget-friendly Kerala holiday packages without compromising with your fun-frolic. Our range of top-notch hotel offerings, own fleet of luxury vehicles and houseboats, and other tailor-made services makes your tour the most memorable one!


All the hotels included in our Kerala tour packages are double-checked before your check-in. Our tour planners and experts visit each of these hotels personally to check their standards. Starting from the welcome rituals to room services, amenities to activities, dining to other facilities, our tour experts inspect every aspect to make your stay pleasant. Also, our bulk booking allows you to book these hotels at their actual prices even when Kerala tourism reaches its peak!


Irrespective of your location, you would always find it hassle-free to book Kerala tour packages with us. Our wide range of network, tour packages from all major national and international destinations allow you to pick your favourite Kerala holiday packages from a wide range. In addition to guiding you through how to reach Kerala, our tour planners also help you to book the most convenient trains or flights from your home-destination at the lowest possible fare!


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Kerala Tourism 2.0 – Eight tourist spots to be raised to global standards


Thiruvananthapuram: The State Budget has provided a fillip to the tourism sector, touted as one of the pillars of the Kerala economy, by allocating Rs 362.15 crore for its development.

In the latest budget of the second Pinarayi Government, Finance Minister K N Balagopal has come up with projects that kindle new hopes for the sector. It is expected that the projects will be able to resurrect and bring remarkable changes to the state’s tourism industry which suffered a major setback in the aftermath of COVID-19.

Rs 362.15 crore for the tourism sector

Caravan tourism gets fillip in Kerala Budget 2022

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Tourism industry allotted Rs 100cr to spruce up its act

Tourism industry allotted Rs 100cr to spruce up its act

As part of Kerala Tourism 2.0, eight tourist spots will be lifted to world standards. The focus will be on turning the tourist spots of Kovalam, Alappuzha, Kumarakom, Kuttanad, Kollam Ashtamudi, Beypore, Bekal, and Munnar into experiential tourist spots and lifting them to global standards. These projects will be implemented by connecting them to seven tourist corridors in the state. These tourism corridors are the Coastal Network Corridor, Coastal Highway Corridor, Waterway Canal Corridor, National Highway Corridor, Heli Tourism Corridor, Hill Tourism Corridor, and Railway Corridor. These will be developed by connecting to the infrastructure development projects in the state. This year, Rs 50 crore has been allotted for the development of the tourism corridors.


Preliminary steps for establishing no-frills airstrips that seek to encourage inter-district air travel and help in disaster management response are underway. As part of its first phase implementation, the works for undertaking a feasibility study in Idukki, Wayanad, and Kasaragod and preparing the detailed project report have started. A company in the PPP mode will be established in the state to set up the airstrips across the state. The minister said the government will sanction Rs 20 crore in the form of its equity for it. Moreover, for eco-tourism projects, Rs 7 crore has been granted.

The minister allocated Rs 81 crore for carrying out an international tourism campaign and set aside Rs 19.3 crore for three institutions: the Kerala Institute of Travel Studies, the Kerala Institute of Hospitality Management, and the Food Craft Institute. He earmarked Rs 8 crore for the conduct of traditional festivities like Thrissur Pooram, besides the regional cultural programs. A sum of Rs 7 crore has been provided for organizing the Kerala Travel Mart-2024 and another two crore for the Kochi Muziris Biennale.

In the tourism sector, Rs 10 crore has been allotted towards power subsidy, Rs 3.7 crore for caravan tourism, and three crore for the continuance of the Revolving Fund project. An amount of Rs 135.63 crore has been earmarked for the development of basic amenities in the major tourist centres of the state.

Work from Holiday Home

Under the project titled ‘Work from Holiday Home’, special amenities will be arranged at tourist centers to attract those who have availed ‘Work from Home’ option from their employers. The initiative is expected to boost the tourism sector in a major way. A sum of Rs 10 crore has been set apart for preliminary preparedness for the project.

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The budget allocated Rs 22 crore for the development of Guest Houses, Yatri Niwas, and Kerala Houses and another Rs 9.5 crore for Responsible Tourism initiatives. A sum of Rs 17 crore has been set aside for Muziris, Alappuzha, and Thalassery Heritage programs after including them in the Heritage and Spice Route project, and Rs 12 crore for the conduct of the IPL-modelled Champions Boat League (CBL).

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