Kerala

  • Destination:
  • Duration: 10 days
  • Price: INR 30,000

Best time to visit Kerala
July – February (the months April to June can be avoided as it comes with humid and high temperature). December to February are peak tourist season.

Kerala or Keralam is a State in southern part of India, famous for its Beauty, Beaches, Food, Culture, Honeymoon destination, Backwater, Waterfalls, Ayurveda for Kerala tour. It is also known by various names as ‘God’s Own Country’, ‘Land of Coconut Tree’, ‘Spices Garden’ in India.

The state is probably the greenest place one can ever visit and considered as one of the best places to visit Kerala for their vacations. Countless honeymooners opt to have an amazing and cosy time with their beloved while their tour to honeymoon in Kerala.

The coconut trees, paddy fields, banana and jackfruit trees, red tiles houses, lakes, hills, waterfalls, houseboats will unquestionably astonish and entice the adventurous hearts from all over the World.

With colourful festivals, dresses and the ‘Sadhya’ – diverse varieties of cuisines garnished with coconut or coconut milk attracts the tourist most. The typical south Indian dress “Mundu” for men and “white and gold border saree” for women catches everyone’s interest.

Kerala tour has always been recommended as the best destination in India to spend a marvellous time with family and friends. 

Places to Visit in Kerala

Beaches

Top 10 Beaches in Kerala

If you are looking for an incredible journey for holidaying around, then we would propose you to take a look at the list of amazingly beautiful beaches to chill out. Besides the blue water, wide ranges of seafood cuisines’ outlets available near the beach.
The under mentioned are the most prominent beaches one can find in the State. The names of the beaches mentioned will guide you in the right way in selecting most appropriate beach for you. Kerala beaches are one of the best places to visit in Kerala.

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Ayurveda

Ayurveda in Kerala

It is the most established and original and traditional system of medicine in India. The medication is based on several centuries of awareness in medical practice. It is originated in the early civilisations of India some 3000-5000 years ago making Kerala, “the Land of Ayurveda”, a distinct, unique and natural branch of medicine and has the oldest healthcare system in the world. Keralites’ and other people from different countries go for Ayurvedic treatment which in turn has an immense improvement on their health and mind. For Ayurveda, best places to visit in Kerala tour.

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Hill Stations

Hill Stations in Kerala

Are you planning to go for a Kerala tour vacation? Then pack your bag and come and enjoy the lush green hill stations of Kerala. And for sure you will not regret it in your whole life. Kerala, known for its flawless beauty has much hill station in its store. Plan a Kerala tour and explore yourself nature by visiting the beauty of Nature.

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Food & Culture

Food & Culture

Kerala cookery offers an plentiful choice of both vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes including Continental, Chinese, Indian and typical Kerala food. Dishes ranges from simple ‘Kanji’ (rice gruel) to feasts or Sadhya.
Seafood and meat are the main diets in most of the parts of Kerala and included it in everyday mealtime. Kerala has customary style to serve food on the banana leaf at the time of festival or special occasions. Almost every dish has coconut and coconut milk and curry leaves for savour. 

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Food & Wildlife

Wildlife Sanctuaries

A huge number of tourists visit the State for a fun filled holiday with some exhilarating adventure activities. The lush green forest area in Kerala has few national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Kerala is the home for many endangered species. The mountain ranges provide the opportunity of rock climbing, mountaineering, trekking and various other interesting activities. Countless flora and fauna lovers come to Kerala to observe these stunning animals in their natural habitation.

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Backwaters

Backwaters of Kerala

The largest backwater is the Vembanad Lake, opens out into the sea at the Kochi port and runs all the way through three districts – Alappuzha, Kottayam and Kochi. A short distance from Thiruvananthapuram is the Veli Aakulam lagoon where leisure water sports, a floating restaurant, an amusement park, speedboats and other facilities make the place a good tourist attraction. The Ashtamudi Lake has eight ‘arms’ jacketing a chief part of Kollam district and is the second largest lake in the state. Backwaters of Kerala are best places to visit in Kerala tour. 

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