With Kerala Tour Package you explore Kerala popularly known as ‘God’s Own Country’. Is dotted with countless appealing holiday destinations that draw the attention of the tourists from all over the world. This state in South India has fine beaches, palm fringed backwaters, picturesque hill stations, abundant wildlife, vibrant culture, rich heritage and rejuvenating Ayurvedic therapies that makes it among the most sought after tourism places of India.
Very few destinations in India are blessed with beautiful natural scenery, a unique culture, and unmatched experiences. And, Kerala is one such destination. It has everything one could dream. Ideal for a Honeymoon tour, family vacation or an escape with friends, our bouquet of Kerala tour packages are all about having a wonderful experience while navigating through the verdant environs.
Kerala also happens to be one of the most popular places to visit in India during monsoon. It is believed that Ayurvedic treatments are more effective during monsoon season. There are abundant reasons why one should visit Kerala and that is the reason why It is Included in the National Geographic Travellers list of “one of the 50 must see destinations of a lifetime,” Browse through our collection of Kerala tour packages to plan your trip.
BEST PLACES TO VISIT DURING KERALA TOUR
The most popular places in Kerala are Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Kumarakom, Alleppey and Kovalam. The reason for these destinations being popular is that these places offer amazing experiences at varying topography. Moreover, all these places are surrounded by lush greeneries and enchanting experiences at their various sights.
BEST TIME TO VISIT KERALA
Adorned with hill stations, backwaters and beaches, kerala is an ideal destination throughout the year. Summers make a great time to plan a holiday in the hill stations of Kerala, whereas Monsoon is the time to enjoy Ayurvedic therapies and treatments. And winter is perfect for any kind of tour you dream of in Kerala. Let’s have a look at the season-wise segregation given below to decide on what can be the perfect time for you to plan a Kerala vacation.
Summer (April to June): During Summer season, the temperature hovers in between 32 degrees and 36-degree Celsius, which makes it the hottest periods of the region. With hot weather and evening showers adding humidity to the environment, the summer season isn’t recommended for planning kerala holiday tour except a short weekend tour to beautiful hill stations such as Idukki, Munnar, Palakkad, and Wayanad.
Monsoon (July to September): With rampant showers, the period of monsoon let tourists enjoy the view of cascading waters and lush green environment. So, this can be a great time to experience enchanting views and have a rejuvenating time while availing Ayurveda treatment services at some of the best Ayurveda centers.
Winter (October to March): The winter season is the best season to explore the city and enjoy it at its fullest. The weather remains pleasant and ideal for planning a perfect holiday in Kerala. The temperature ranges between 18 degrees to29-degree celsius, Do visit places, like Munnar, Alleppey, Kovalam, Thekkady and Kumarakom. But, bear in mind that this is the peak season for tourism in Kerala, hence, it is highly recommended to book Kerala tour packages in advance.
HOW TO REACH KERALA?
By Air: Housing three international airports, the Calicut International Airport, the Kochi International Airport and the Trivandrum International Airport; Kerala is easily accessible by air from all major airports in India and abroad. Post arrival at the airport, one can choose to hop on a train or a taxi to reach their specific destination. Kerala packages with transfers and sightseeing option are available on our website to make traveling to Kerala easier for travelers.
By Train: Having approx. 200 railway stations, there are frequent train services that can be availed to reach Kerala. Major railway stations of the state are: Ernakulam, Trivandrum, Kozhikode, Kottayam, and more. One can board a train from the prominent Indian cities like: Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Coimbatore and Kolkata to Kerala.
By Road: Being well-connected with the neighbouring states through roadways, it has three major highways: NH 17, NH 47, and NH 49 that make it easy for travelers to visit Kerala. One can board a private or government bus from major cities of India to reach Kerala.
By Sea: Travelling to Kerala via sea is a luxurious experience. Connected with Lakshadweep, the state has a busy port from where one can find transport to get to their destination. However, traveling en route sea can be time consuming and expensive.
2N Mumbai- 3N Goa- 1N Cochin- 2N Munnar- 1N Thekkady- 1N Alleppey- 2N Kovalam
2N Delhi- 1N Agra- 2N Jaipur- 3N Goa- 1N Cochin- 2N Mummar- 1N Thekkady- 1N Alleppey- 2N Kovalam
3N Goa – 1N Cochin – 2N Munnar – 1N Thekkady – 1N Alleppey – 2N Kovalam
1N Bangalore – 1N Mysore – 2N Wayanad -2N Cochin – 2N Munnar – 1N Thekkady – 1N Alleppey
1N Madurai -1N Rameshwaram -1N Kanyakumari – 2N Kovalam
2N Munnar -1N Thekkady -1N Madurai – N Rameshwaram – 1N Kanyakumari – 2N Kovalam – 1N Alleppey
1N Cochin – 2N Munnar – 1N Thekkady – 1N Alleppey – 7N Kovalam
1N Bekal – 2N Wayanad – 1N Calicut – 1N Athirapally – 2N Munnar – 1N Thekkady – 1N Alleppey – 2N Kovalam