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'The spice state of India', Kerala is located on the southwestern coast of India. Surrounded by the Arabian Sea, the Periyar River flowing in the state, and the hills of the Western Ghats give Kerala the name 'God's Own Country'. So, there is no surprise why Kerala tour packages are taken up frequently. With the capital Thiruvananthapuram or Trivandrum, Kerala boasts unique culture and language that makes it different from other states. Malayalam is the spoken language and the residents are called Malayalis. Apart from this, Kerala shares the border with Tamil Nadu on the south-east, Karnataka on the north-west, and the Arabian Sea on the south-west. Owing to so much in store, keen vacationers look up to Kerala holiday packages to explore its expanse.

Kerala can be reached by air. It is the only state in India with four airports at Trivandrum, Cochin, Kozhikode, and Kannur. Domestic and International flights operate regularly from major cities in India to Kerala. The railways connect Kerala with all the major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai. Kerala Express, Rajdhani, and Duronto are some trains to reach Kerala. For a luxurious experience, Maharajas Express and Golden Chariot are preferable. Tourists can reach Kerala by road through buses from their respective states.

The best time to visit Kerala is from December to February. The climate of Kerala is generally pleasant. During summers from March to June, the weather is quite hot and monsoons are humid due to heavy rainfall. Winter brings relief with cool weather and is perfect for sightseeing and other activities.

There are various places to visit in Kerala. Munnar is perfect for a tour of the tea and spice plantations. Tea tasting, tea-processing, hiking, trekking, and biking are a few activities to try in the hills. Some of the beaches like Kovalam, Varkala, Chowara, Chavakkad, and Cherai are good for sunbathing and swimming. Wildlife safari in Thekkady or cruising in the backwaters of Kerala are some things to do in Kerala. Tourists are often fascinated by the Dutch, French, and Portuguese architecture in Kochi.

For shopping in Kerala, one option is to buy from the plantation for fresh black pepper, nutmeg, cardamom, etc. Another option is to shop from a local market like Cochin Spice market. Grab a bag of tea or coffee during the tour of a tea or coffee plantation. Handicrafts and regional snacks are available in local shops all around the state. Collect shells from the beaches as souvenirs.

Onam is an important festival in Kerala. Vishu, Thrissur Pooram, Thiruvathira, and Theyyam festivals are some other festivals. Large scale festivals in Kerala include Aranmula Uthrattathi, Arattu at Trivandrum, and Adoor Gajamela. Tourists from all over the world come to witness these cultural activities and festivals of Kerala.

As Kerala is a coastal state implying that seafood is in plenty. Apart from seafood like prawns and fish, Kerala is famous for its dosas, idli, payasam, rice, and curry. Coconut is a common ingredient in a lot of dishes, increasing the taste of the meals. There is also a little foreign influence in the cuisines of Kerala.

The nightlife of Kerala can be seen in clubs and bars that are open to offer a great time. There are pocket-friendly as well as expensive bars in different cities of Kerala. Couples can enjoy the nightlife of Kerala by taking a long walk or dining at the beach. Tourists can find accommodation in Kerala for every budget. Houseboats, hotels, guesthouses, hostels are available in every nook and corner of Kerala. Tourists can choose their accommodations according to their budget.

Choose from our range of tour packages to Kerala to enjoy a vacation with families, couples, solo travelers, and more. Customize Kerala packages according to your needs and budget. Get best accommodation, meals, sightseeing tours, activities, and assisted transfers. Choose weekend getaways to Kerala from neighboring cities as well.



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Backwater Tour of Kerala
3 N / 4 D

Cochin - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Cochin

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8,299
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  • Bird watching at the  Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
  • Indulge in water skiing and windsailing in Kumarakom
  • Backwater cruise on a houseboat in Alleppey

  • Lakesong Resort
  • Houseboat

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

  • Airport / Railway Station Pick up & Drop along with local Sightseeing by AC Innova
Munnar and Alleppey
3 N / 4 D

Cochin - Munnar - Allepeppy

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Enchanting Kerala Tour
5 N / 6 D

Cochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Cochin

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Best of Kerala
7 N / 8 D

Cochin – Munnar – Thekkady – Alleppey – Kovalam – Trivandrum

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  • Guided tour of Cochin
  • Witness Kathakali performance
  • Explore Tea Museum in Munnar
  • Boat ride on Periyar Lake
  • Cruise on backwaters on houseboat
  • Day trip to Trivandrum

5 Days Kovalam Ashtamudi Luxury tour
4 N / 5 D

Trivandrum - Kovalam - Ashtamudi - Trivandrum

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Magical Kerala 5 Days Tour
4 N / 5 D

Cochin - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Kollam - Trivandrum

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  • Tour to Mattancherry Palace
  • Bird photography at Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
  • Enjoy boating on Vembanad Lake
  • Houseboat stay in Alleppey
  • Alumkadavu tour

City Standard Hotels Deluxe Hotels
 Kochi Sea Lords Gokulam Park
Alleppey  Standard Houseboat   Deluxe Houseboat 
Kollam Chandra Inn   Fragrant Nature
 Kumarakom Kumarakom Heritage Resort Backwater Ripples
 02 Guests  INR. 16,800 INR. 20,200
04 Guests INR. 13,700 INR. 17,100

  • Daily Breakfast

  • Air-conditioned transport as per itinerary by A/c Sedan for 02 Pax & Toyota Innova for 04 Pax 
Essence of Kerala Tour
5 N / 6 D

Cochin - Munnar – Alleppey – Kovalam - Thiruvananthapuram

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  • Mesmerize in beauty of Munnar
  • Safari at Eravikulam National Park
  • Houseboat cruise on Alleppey backwaters
  • Indulge in water sports at Kovalam beach.

Short Escape to Periyar
2 N / 3 D

Cochin - Thekkady (Periyar) - Cochin

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  • Boating on Lake Periyar
  • Elephant safari in Periyar
     

Short Tour of Wayanad
3 N / 4 D

Calicut - Wayanad - Calicut

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  • Visit Kanthanpara Waterfalls
  • Explore Kuruva
  • Excursion to Edakkal Caves
  • Trek to the Chembra Peak

  • Airport transfers with staff assistance.
Cochin Heritage Tour
4 N / 5 D

Cochin - Alleppey - Kovalam - Trivandrum

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  • Day trip to Cochin
  • Watch Kathakali dance
  • Ride on the houseboat
  • Rejuvenate with Ayurvedic massages

Cochin Kovalam Tour
4 N / 5 D

Cochin - Alleppey - Kovalam - Trivandrum

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  • Explore Cochin
  • Attend Kathakali performance
  • Stay in a houseboat
  • Visit Haripad Subramanian Snake Temple
     

  • Airport transfers with staff assistance. 
Periyar Tour with Treehouse
2 N / 3 D

Cochin - Periyar - Cochin

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  • Enjoy in a treehouse resort
  • Wildlife Safari at Periyar
  • Cherish exciting boat ride
  • Bask in the serene environs

Offbeat Kerala Tour
6 N / 7 D

Wayanad - Kannur - Kasaragod

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  • Enjoy a homestay in Wayanad
  • Explore Thrikkaipetta
  • Feast on magnificent views
  • Homestay at a Private Island
     

Captivating Kerala Tour
7 N / 8 D

Cochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Cochin

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  • Outing to Cochin
  • Marvel at scenic tea estates
  • Munnar sightseeing tour
  • Cruise on Periyar Lake

Exotic Kerala Tour
7 N / 8 D

Cochin – Munnar - Periyar – Kumarakom – Alleppey – Cochin

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  • Go for shopping in Cochin
  • Watch Kathakali dance
  • Explore Cochin
  • Jungle Safari at Eravikulam
  • Morning walk in tea gardens
  • Boat ride on Periyar Lake
  • Cruise along backwaters
  • Boating on Kumarakom Lake
     

Wayanad Vythri Treehouse Tour
2 N / 3 D

Kozhikode – Wayanad - Kozhikode

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  • Stay in a treehouse resort
  • Trek up to Chembra Peak
  • Explore the heart-shaped lake
  • Wayanad sightseeing tour
     

Offbeat Kerala Tour
7 N / 8 D

Coimbatore - Pollachi - Shembaga Vilasam - Valapari - Athirapally – Cochin (Kochi)

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  • Guided tour of Pollachi
  • Worship at a 700-year-old temple
  • Visit Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Excursion to a tea factory
  • Marvel at Athirapally falls
  • Jungle Safari at Athirapally forest

Discover Kerala Tour
8 N / 9 D

Cochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Thiruvananthapuram - Kovalam

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  • Explore Cochin
  • Munnar sightseeing tour
  • Stay on a houseboat
  • Visit Padmanabha Swamy Temple

Trivandrum Beach Tour
7 N / 8 D

Calicut - Vythiri - Mararikulam - Kumarakom - Periyar - Kovalam - Trivandrum

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  • Wander amid bliss of Vythiri
  • Watch the beautiful Soorjipara Falls
  • Boat rides on the Kumarakom Lake
  • Jeep safari in the Periyar Tiger Reserve
  • Enjoy boat ride at Periyar Lake
  • Guided tour to Periyar spice villages
  • Visit Marari fishing village
  • Excursion to Kovalam Beach
  • Indulge in water sports
  • Pampering Ayurveda treatments

Scenic Kerala
8 N / 9 D

Cochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Alleppey – Kovalam - Trivandrum

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  • Cochin city tour
  • Visit the attractions of Munnar
  • Tour to Eravikulam National Park
  • Game drive at Periyar National Park
  • Photograph the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
  • Houseboat ride on Alleppey backwaters
  • Spend some time at Kovalam Beach
  • Trivandrum sightseeing tour

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FAQs of Kerala Tour Packages

Q: What is Kerala famous for?

Ans: God's Own Country, Kerala is famous for its scenic beauty, mesmerizing backwaters, eco-tourism, quaint hill stations, beautiful houseboats, Kathakali dance performances, serene beaches, and mouth-watering cuisine.

Q: What is the best time to visit Kerala?

Ans: The best time to visit Kerala is from September to March. The weather remains pleasant with less humidity and is comfortable enough for outdoor activities and sightseeing.

Q: Is Kerala worth visiting?

Ans: Yes, Kerala is worth visiting. Be it the eco-tourism initiatives or the natural beauty of hill stations, beaches, and backwaters, Kerala is simply too tempting.

Q: How much does a Kerala trip cost?

Ans: A typical 4 nights trip to Kerala will cost you around INR 15,000 per person. This package will include meals, accommodations, sightseeing tours, and transfers.

Q: Which tour package is the best?

Ans: Depending on the duration and budget of travelers and the places they want to visit, a package that fulfills their requirements turns out to be the best tour package. The choice of package to be called 'the best' varies from tourists to tourists. However, every tour package comprises accommodation, transfers, meals, and sightseeing.

Some of the top Kerala tour packages allow tourists to -

  • Explore the charming beauty of hill stations and beaches.
  • Soak up in the sun at Kovalam.
  • Spend a night in a houseboat.
  • Get an insight into the history and culture of Trivandrum.
  • Cruise on the serene backwaters of Alleppey.
  • Go for wildlife sightseeing at Thekkady.
Q: What can I visit in 5 days in Kerala?

Ans: Here is the ideal 5 days itinerary for your wanderlust-worthy visit to 'God's Own Country'.

Day 1 - Kochi
Attractions: Fort Kochi, Kerala museums, Kerala Folklore Theatre and Museum, the Hill Palace Museum, the Mattancherry Palace, Spice Bazaar, and sunset at the Chinese Fishing Nets.

Day 2 - Munnar
Attractions: Tea Museum, Eravikulam National Park, and Top station.

Day 3 - Alleppey
Attractions: Houseboat cruise and authentic food of Kerala.

Day 4 - Varkala Beach
Attractions: Relax at the beach, indulge in adventure activities like paragliding, and catch the sunset.

Day 5 - Trivandrum
Attractions: Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Kuthiramalika Palace (Mansion of Horses), and Shankumugham Beach.

Q: How can I plan for 4 days in Kerala?

Ans: Experience the best of Kerala in 4 days with this perfect itinerary -

Day 1 - Cochin to Munnar
Enjoy scenic beauty, marvelous waterfalls, lush green hills, and high mountains.

Day 2 - Munnar
Witness mesmerizing views from Echo Point, Mattupetty Dam, and ride a boat.

Day 3 -
Thekkady
Visit Thekkady Wildlife Sanctuary to see wild elephants, bison, tigers, and langurs.

Day 4 - Alleppey
Rejuvenate with an ayurvedic spa treatment, stay in a houseboat, delve into spirituality, and catch spectacular sunsets.

Q: How can I plan for 7 days in Kerala?

Ans: Plan a trip with your family, friends, partner, or solo. Here is a quick itinerary to spend 7 days in Kerala.

Day 1 - Reach Kochi and visit the nearby town of Jew. Visit the famous fish market to see the famous fishing nets.

Day 2 - Explore Kochi. Visit Mattancherry Palace, Kerala Folklore Museum, Hill Palace Museum, and Kerala Kathakali Center.

Day 3 - Head to Munnar and visit Kannan Devan Tea Museum.

Day 4 -
Spend a day in Munnar. Visit Tea gardens, Eravikulam National Park, Attukal Waterfalls, and catch the stunning sunset at Mattupetty Dam.

Day 5 - Visit Thekkady or Periyar. Visit spice gardens and the Periyar lake.

Day 6 -
Explore the backwaters of Alleppey. Rent a houseboat and visit the Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple, and the Alappuzha Beach.

Day 7 - Gather everlasting memories and take a flight back home.

Q: How can I plan a budget trip to Kerala?

Ans: You can efficiently plan a budget trip to Kerala with some useful tips.

  • Book flights/train tickets in advance.
  • Avoid luxury hotels and instead, choose comfortable stays.
  • Travel in the off-season to get accommodation at cheap rates.
  • Use public transport. They are usually cheaper than private taxis or cars.
  • Plan a detailed itinerary and follow it.
Q: How many days are enough for Kerala?

Ans: To explore the best of Kerala, you need at least 6-7 days. This will allow you to relish the time at this enchanting state and have the best time of your life.

Q: Kerala vs Goa: Which place should you visit?

Ans: Kerala vs Goa: Which place should you visit?
Trip to Kerala or Goa depends upon your budget of flight/train tickets, places of stay, transfers, restaurant choices, activities, and sightseeing tours. You can spend more or less according to your needs in Kerala or Goa.

Q: Is Kerala good for a honeymoon?

Ans: Yes, Kerala is good for a honeymoon. There are a lot of quaint places in Munnar and Alleppey to spend time in peace and privacy with your partner.

Q: Which is better for honeymoon Goa or Kerala?

Ans: Both Goa and Kerala are extremely popular among honeymoon couples. They provide a great romantic atmosphere to have quality time with your loved one. Goa and Kerala offer amazing natural beauty, beaches with countless memories.

However, beaches in Kerala are much cleaner and less crowded than those in Goa. If vibrant nightlife, pubs, and crazy parties are more your thing, visit Goa. And if you love peaceful, and less crowded places, then pick Kerala.

Q: What can couples do in Kerala?

Ans: Here are some of the romantic things honeymoon couples and people rekindling their love can do -

  • Cruise through backwaters in a houseboat
  • Enjoy the sweet aroma of tea plantations in Munnar
  • Stay in a Kerala Treehouse
  • Get an Ayurveda couple massage
  • Watch the sunrise together
  • Visiting the heart-shaped lake in Chembra
  • Visi the spice plantations in Wayanad
  • Stay in a beach resort
  • Go for amusement park rides
Q: Is alcohol banned in Kerala?

Ans: No, alcohol is not banned in Kerala. You can get alcohol in five-star hotel bars and in beer and wine parlors.

Q: Can we visit Kerala in December?

Ans: Yes, you can visit Kerala in December. The temperature ranges between 23°C to 31°C. Also, Kerala's weather is warm and cozy, which is perfect to plan a holiday and go out for sightseeing.

Q: Is January a good time to visit Kerala?

Ans: Yes, January is a good time to visit Kerala. The daytime temperatures usually reach 32°C and fall to 22°C at night. You can comfortably go for city tours, indulge in activities, and enjoy the serene atmosphere.

Q: How is Kerala in February?

Ans: The month of February in Kerala experiences a moderate climate. It is perfect for visiting God's Own Country with family and friends. During this time, Kerala enjoys a temperature ranging from 23°C to 32°C.

Q: Can I visit Kerala in March?

Ans: Yes, you can visit Kerala in March. It is the beginning of summers in Kerala in March. In comparison to other states, Kerala does not experience scorching hot days. With the temperature ranging between 24°C and 33°C, Kerala receives some rainfall and the humidity is high.

Q: What should I wear in Kerala?

Ans: While visiting Kerala, you may wonder what to pack for your trip. You can wear whatever you want, as long as you are respecting their culture. Tank tops, shorts, long skirts, jeans, leggings, etc. are all fine. Just avoid wearing short clothes and cover your shoulders while visiting a religious place.

Q: Can I wear shorts in Kerala?

Ans: Yes, you can wear shorts in Kerala. People in this state receive a lot of American and European tourists, so it doesn't matter what you wear. Wear shorts, sleeveless, or anything that makes you comfortable.

Q: How can I go to Kerala by train?

Ans: Kerala is well-connected by railway from all parts of India. The five major railway stations in Kerala are Calicut, Ernakulam Junction, Trichur, Trivandrum Kochuveli, and Trivandrum Central.

Kerala Express 12625/12626 is a daily superfast express train of Indian Railways that runs from New Delhi to Trivandrum. Other trains like Rajdhani, Duronto, and Superfast Express also operate from different parts of India.

Q: How to reach Kerala by air?

Ans: The state of Kerala has three main airports located at Trivandrum, Kozhikode, and Kochi. Moreover, Trivandrum and Kochi are international airports that serve both international and domestic flights. Apart from these, several domestic airports connect almost all the major states in the country with Kerala.

Q: Which are the best places for a honeymoon in Kerala?

Ans: Kerala is one of the most beautiful honeymoon places in India where you can weave everlasting memories with your beloved. Here are the best places to visit for a honeymoon in Kerala -

  • Munnar - Attukal Waterfalls, shikara boat ride at Kundala Lake
  • Alleppey - houseboat cruise and sunset at Kuttanad, soak in the sun at the Alappuzha beach
  • Wayanad - picturesque settings of Chembra Peak, cozy time at Pookode Lake
  • Thekkady - boat ride in the Periyar Lake
  • Bekal - spend time at the Bekal fort
  • Kumarakom - seek blessings at the Adithyapuram Surya Temple, watch birds at the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Q: What are the best tourist places to visit in Kerala during summer?

Ans: Summers are really pleasant in Kerala and you can plan an amazing holiday with family and friends. The best tourist places to visit in Kerala during summer are Munnar, Thekkady, Vagamon, Ponmudi, Lakkidi, Idukki, Malampuzha, Kovalam Beach, and Alleppey Beach.

Q: What are the best tourist places to visit in Kerala during the winter?

Ans: Winter is a great time to head to God's Own Country with your loved ones for everlasting memories. The best tourist places to visit in Kerala during winter are Munnar, Wayanad, Silent Valley, Kuttikkanam, Periyar, Alleppey, and Vagamon.

Q: Which are the best places to visit in Kerala for a family holiday?

Ans: Spend a fun time with your family in this beautiful state of Kerala. Here are some of the best places in Kerala for a family holiday -

  • Alleppey
  • Munnar
  • Fort Kochi
  • Thekkady
  • Kovalam
  • Kumarakom
  • Thrissur
  • Kasargod
  • Trivandrum
  • Munroe Island
Q: Which are the best places in Kerala for solo travelers?

Ans: From tea plantations, national reserves to mystical backwaters, Kerala has a lot to offer to solo travelers. Visit these places on your next trip to Kerala -

  • Kumlity and Periyar National Park
  • Alleppey Backwaters
  • Kochi
  • Kottayam
  • Kumarakom
  • Munnar
  • Kovalam
Q: Which are the less crowded beaches in Kerala?

Ans: If you love to laze around in golden sands with a view of clean waters, then plan a secluded getaway to these less crowded beaches in Kerala -

  • Kappad Beach, Kozhikode
  • Muzhappilangad Beach, Muzhappilangad
  • Kappil Beach, Trivandrum
  • Kizhunna Ezhara Beach, Kannur
  • Chowara Beach, Trivandrum
  • Meenkunnu Beach, Azhikode
  • Chavakkad Beach, Thrissur
Q: Which beach is perfect for a family holiday?

Ans: Kovalam Beach is perfect for a family holiday. Due to its convenient location near Trivandrum city, this beach receives a lot of tourists all-around the year. You can spend time with your family while relishing Kerala's cuisine at open-air restaurants. Also, indulge in water sports like surfing, windsurfing, parasailing, and snorkeling.