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Kerala Tourism

A perfect travel guide crafted as per 3 Lakh+ experiences in Kerala
Tourism In Kerala

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Current weather:

Best time to visit:

Jul - Mar

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Ideal Duration:

5-6 Days

Starting from

Rs. 2,750

website

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Kerala Tourism Guide

All you need to know before planning an exotic holiday in the land of spices & houseboats

Indulge in Kerala tourism to experience one of the most favored destinations for all travelers. The myriad of experiences that await you will surely make your trip a memorable affair. Tourists from various countries and walks of life visit the state for a rendezvous with nature and culture. Be it a honeymoon, a solo journey or a family vacation, a trip to Kerala satiates everyone's wanderlust. This Kerala tourism guide will provide you with all the information you need so that you can plan your trip smartly and explore all that this place has to offer to your heart’s content. So, grab a Kerala tourism map and start exploring the serene backwaters and the verdant plantations in Kerala.

Tourism in Kerala is not just limited to lush green pastures, spice plantations, ayurvedic massages, tea gardens and houseboats gliding on calm backwaters. It also bewitches travelers with its rare wildlife, ancient temples, rocky beaches, bejeweled elephants, delectable dishes, smoothly draped gold and white saris and the cities steeped in history and a multi-cultural hue. Munnar, Kochi, Periyar National Park, Vembanad Lake, Alappuzha, and Anamudi Peak are some of the best Kerala tourism destinations.

The best time to visit Kerala is essentially from September to March. However, owing to its unique topography, some places in Kerala can be visited during summers, while others are best explored during winters or monsoons itself. It is not advisable to visit Kerala backwaters during monsoon in Kerala. To ensure yourself a great trip, plan your Kerala itinerary according to which places you wish to cover, and which weather suits your travel plans most!

Offering a kaleidoscope of culture and traditions, Kerala tourism shall infuse a sense of warmth into your vacation. Sprawled alongside the glorious Malabar Coast, Kerala is bordered by Karnataka in the north, Lakshadweep Sea in the west, and Tamil Nadu in the south and east. The state is well connected to most parts of India and the world through a network of trains, flights, and well-paved roads. Travelers visiting Kerala can easily extend their vacation and explore nearby destinations in Tamil Nadu as well. Select from our listings of Kerala tourism honeymoon packages to give the best start possible to your married life.

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How To Reach Kerala

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By Air

Kerala is the second state in India to have four international airports, namely Trivandrum International Airport, Cochin International Airport, Calicut International Airport and Kannur International Airport (which is yet to become...

By Train

Kerala has more than 200 railway stations, connecting various major cities as well as small towns of the state. Direct trains to various destinations in Kerala can be availed from major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai...

By Road

Kerala is connected to most nearby states via well-maintained roads. Private taxis and buses are easily available in all major and minor parts of the state. Travelers from nearby destinations can also opt to drive their own vehicl...

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FAQ's of Kerala

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What is considered the off-season in Kerala?

The off season in Kerala is from April to May, during which time it is too humid for comfort. The monsoon season here is from June to August.

Is it okay to travel to Kerala during the off-season?

During the off-season, hill stations like Munnar are cool enough to travel to. However, places such as Alleppey and Kumarakom are pretty hot for a visit. Monsoon season does not see a lot of tourists but the lush greenery all around will ensure tourists will have a great time.

Are there any restrictions on photography in Kerala?

Some temples in Kerala do not allow photography of the idols and the temple premises. Also, Indian government prohibits photography of bridges and hydroelectric projects in the state

What to pack for Kerala?

With most airlines imposing a 20 kg limit on baggage, one must make sure to not bring excess baggage. Sunscreen and mosquito repellant are a must have, apart from airy cotton apparels and comfortable footwear. Also make sure that you leave enough space inyour bags for taking back home souvenirs from the state.

For a houseboat stay, does one have to share a boat or can one get an exclusive one?

Sharing a houseboat or having one exclusively to yourself depends on the package you have taken. Share your requirements with the travel agent in advance to avoid last minute hassles.

Kerala Travel Guide

When looking for the most popular places to visit in Kerala, one must include the backwaters of Alleppey in their itinerary, apart from the verdant tea gardens of Munnar and the historical monuments of Kochi. Other than places, shopping also contributes majorly to Kerala's popularity among travelers. The local markets are full of beautifully handcrafted souvenirs that will forever remind you of your blissful trip to God's own country, such as wooden masks, intricately carved sculptures of boats, wall hangings, and pottery pieces. One can also purchase homemade chocolates, fragrant local teas, spices, dry fruits and coffee beans here. Ayurvedic massages and therapies are also an unmissable part of travel and tourism in Kerala. A fitting end to all Kerala trips, an Ayurvedic massage on the last day of your trip could help you take a load off and rejuvenate your senses before the journey back home.

Whether you spend your vacation in Kerala gliding past fishing villages on a houseboat in Kumarakom or at the Periyar National Park in search of rare wildlife, a vacation in Kerala will change you for the better. With this travel guide to Kerala, you can explore the best aspects of this state in the most fun way. Read on to find out more.

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