“Our honeymoon trip to Kerala was full of romance, nature, and incredible sightseeing. It was rejuvenating, romantic, and everything that we wanted!”
Being a passionate traveler, I had shortlisted three destinations for my honeymoon and these were Andaman, Kerala, and Kashmir. After much research, I finally settled on a Kerala Honeymoon Package since I found it to be more economical, value for money, and experiential than the others.
I booked my romantic Kerala package via TravelTriangle, an online marketplace for travel agents where travelers can get multiple quotes and customized itineraries for their trips. Moreover, I had been following TravelTriangle since almost two years and was a frequent reader of their blogs and travelogues and so was confident that they would deliver well up to my expectations. And I was right.
My Kerala Honeymoon Package Details
- Duration: 4 Nights 5 Days
- Cost: INR 23500
- Inclusions: Transfers, Sightseeing, Hotels, Meals, and Houseboat stay
- Exclusions: Flights and any other paid personal expenses
Day 1: Hello Munnar
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Our honeymoon trip to Kerala started in Cochin where I had reached a day before the official start of our Kerala honeymoon itinerary. Next day, as per our package, there was a driver waiting for us at the hotel to pick us up and take us to Munnar (as per the itinerary).
Our honeymoon had officially begun!
Enroute Munnar, we visited the Wonder Valley where we had a lot of fun doing the adventure activities and it was followed by a spice garden visit which was beautiful. It was here in the Spice Garden that my wife and I could feel the cool tropical charm of Kerala and the feeling of being on a special holiday slowly began to sink in.
Later, we reached our hotel, checked in and then spent the rest of the day resting and chilling at the property itself.
Day 2: Incredible sightseeing in Munnar
We did a lot of sightseeing in Munnar today and some of the attractions that we really loved include Rose Garden (nearby which we had our lunch), tea garden, photo point, and the Mattupetty Dam where we also enjoyed a thrilling speed boat ride.
Overall, the day was quite enjoyable, the weather too good, and the ambience, simply refreshing!
Day 3: Jungle Safari in Thekkady
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We checked out of our hotel in the morning after breakfast and proceeded for Thekkady. We reached around 2 pm, and once again soon checked into our new hotel. After resting for a while, we set out for the best thing to do in Thekkady and it was the Jungle Safari.
This was a great experience and we saw many animals including elephants and deer.
Post this, we returned to our hotel and called it a day.
Day 4: Backwaters in Alleppey and an even better beach experience!
Next up was Alleppey and it took us about some 4-5 hours to reach here. As per the itinerary, we were to stay at the houseboat today and also take a ride in the backwaters. So after checking in, we started our backwaters tour and it was fabulous.
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Post the tour, we also visited a beach some 6-7 km away from the backwaters and once again, this was a fantastic experience. We saw a mesmerizing sunset here, the beauty of which, is still etched in our hearts.
Later, we returned to our houseboat and called it a night.
Day 5: Goodbye Kerala
This was our last day and in the morning post breakfast, we checked out of the houseboat and proceeded towards Cochin for our flight back. En route, we saw a famous church, beaches, and the usual points of interest, and frankly, it was a perfect farewell.
Our honeymoon trip to Kerala was a very positive, romantic, and a special experience. Witnessing the best of nature with my wife in Kerala was something I would cherish for a lifetime and given an opportunity in future, I would certainly return to this paradise, fit for Gods.
- Sightseeing in Munnar
- Houseboat and beach in Alleppey
- Hassle free travel arrangements by TravelTriangle
- Thekkady was a very average experience and can be skipped for a different city.
Kerala was a delightful experience for this honeymoon couple. They witnessed the best of nature, sightseeing, and beauty of God’s own country and you can do it too. Simply select a Kerala Honeymoon Package and leave all the personalization to TravelTriangle.
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Common Queries You May Have About Kerala
What is the best time to visit Kerala?
Whether it is summer, monsoon, or winter, every time is the best time to visit Kerala. However, the months from September to March are considered the ideal period since the weather is quite pleasant with almost no humidity.
Which is the best place for honeymoon in Kerala?
The best place for a honeymoon trip to Kerala completely depends on what kind of a travel experience you are seeking. If you are looking for a romantic escape in the hills, Munnar is the best place to go. If you are seeking a houseboat experience Kumarakom or Alleppey are the best places for your honeymoon.
What are the top romantic things to do in Kerala?
Some of the most romantic things to do in Kerala on your honeymoon are:
1. Enjoying some time away in a houseboat
2. Get an ayurvedic couple spa
3. Visiting the beaches
4. Visiting the heart shaped lake in Chembra
What can one buy in Kerala?
Some of the things that you can buy in Kerala are aromatic oils and essence, banana chips, handicrafts, and jewelry.
Is Kerala safe to visit?
Kerala is a perfectly safe place to visit and in fact is one of the safest places in India. It is easy to get around and the people are quite helpful too.
Is there any airport in Kerala?
There are around 4 international airports in Kerala in Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Kozhikode, and Kannur.
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