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Kerala Tour Packages

Kerala, fondly known as the ‘Land of Gods’ is one of the most renowned tourist destinations located in the south-western part of India. The state is widely known for its rich history and Ayurvedic Heritage.

A pleasant climate, serene beaches, backdrops of lush mountains and exotic wildlife make this land a popular destination among travel enthusiasts and nature lovers. The state is also popular among adventure seekers for its wide offerings of activities like hiking, camping, safari and many more.

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Holidays Packages in Kerala

Popular Sightseeing Locations in Kerala

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Bekal

Bekal is a perfect gataway from the fast-paced life. The place is filled with lush landscapes, and historical monuments and offers a mesmerizing view of the Arabian Sea. The place is also home to Bekal Fort, the 17th-century fort that is one of the largest of its kind in Kerala.

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Munnar

Munnar is one of the most popular hill stations of Kerala located at an elevation of 1,600 m above sea level. With the backdrop of lush tea gardens, soothing ambience and picturesque hills the place is a hilly retreat for the tourists of Kerala.

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Wayanad

With an abundance of stunning hill stations and enchanted beauty, the place is undoubtedly one of the must-visit places of Kerala. Situated at a height of 700-2,000 m above sea level the city offers various adventure activities including trekking, bird watching and wildlife exploration.

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Kochi

Kochi or Cochin is one of the most popular places in God’s own country that is an example of rich cultural values with a touch of modernization. The place known for its natural beauty and vibrant culture is also regarded as one of the biggest spice markets of Kerala.

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Thiruvananthapuram

The capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram or Trivandrum is the largest city of the state that showcases the perfect blend of rural life with the contemporary way of living. The city is known for its scenic beaches and historical sites.

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Alleppey

Popular known as ‘Backwater capital of India’ the place with its silent backwaters and scenic beauty of Vembanad Lake is one of the most desired tourist destinations of Kerala. The place is also known for seafood, bird watching, snake boat races and Houseboats.

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Kovalam

Situated on the coastlines of the Arabian Sea, the place is a popular beach destination of Kerala known for its wide offerings of beach activities and other exciting adventure activities. The place with its dense coconut trees lining up on the shore and charismatic view of the sea is a paradise for beach lovers.

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Thekkady

Thekkady is one of the most adventurous towns of the state known for being home to Periyar National Park which inhabits rare and wild animals including, elephants, tigers and a wide variety of bird species. Tourists can also immerse in the boating experience in the Thekkady Lake.

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Food & Festivities of Kerala

Kerala, being called the ‘Spice Garden of India’ is popular for its unique cuisines and food offerings. The cuisine has a rich amount of coconut, rice and other local spices. Appam with Stew, Karimeen Pollichathu, and Payasam are some of the popular foods of Kerala.

The state is recognized as the ‘Land of Gods’ and therefore is known for hosting various festivals in various parts of the state. Onam and Pongal are the most popular festivals of Kerala followed by Navaratri, Cochin Carnival, Puli Kali, Kalpathi Ratholsavm and many more.

Popular Activities in Kerala

How to Reach

Air : Kerala has four airports that are well connected with other parts of the world with both Domestic and International Flights. The four airports include Trivandrum, Cochin, Kozhikode and Kannur.

Train : Travelling to Kerala by train creates one of the most amazing travelling experiences offering scenic views of the Western Ghats and stunning coastlines. Trains that operate in Kerala include Kerala Express, Rajdhani Express and Duronto Express.

Road : The state of Kerala is well connected with the rest of India with NH 17, 44, 47 and 48 along with smaller highways and roads.

Sea : Situated in the Coastal region, Kerala can also be reached by the Sea. Ships cruise from the Cochin port and Vizhinjam International Seaport from Thiruvananthapuram.


The Best Time to Visit

Summer : Summers may not be the best time to visit Kerala due to its extreme heat conditions and humidity. 

Rainy : Kerala is home to rich wildlife and dense forest and its beauty rises during the rainy season offering freshness and lush greenery to the valley and mountains of Western Ghats.

Winter : The winter period between September to March is regarded as the best time to visit Kerala. This time the state has pleasant weather with less humidity along with offering a variety of tourism activities to try on.