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Kerala is like a jewel in the crown. It is neither wonder nor an exaggeration that this Indian state is renowned as “God’s own country”. Kerala stands out from other places of the world with its captivating landscape, exciting culture, and historical prominence. All these attractions give Kerala an array of tourist destinations. The exciting factor about the Kerala tour package and travel destinations of Kerala is its diversity and captivity. As a result, touring through Kerala becomes a unique travel experience for vacationers. If you go through the main attractions of Kerala you will find that this region is embellished with glorious backwaters, adventurously beautiful hill stations, amazing wildlife, breathtakingly attractive beaches, delicious delicacies, exciting and interesting culture, rich tradition and historical monuments, and more.
Travotic Holidays bring to you an ample range of Kerala tour packages that give you opportunities to live the dream. You can enjoy sightseeing at the most sought-after destinations in Kerala like Munnar, Thekkady, Wayanad, Alleppey, Kovalam, Cochin, Kanyakumari, and lots of other destinations on this trip to Kerala. The houseboat cruise through the lavishly calm and serene backwaters Kerala'swill bring you peace and complete rejuvenation. Whatever the budget, from standard to luxury, our Kerala tour packages are customizable as per your wants.
Our expert professionals can custom-design your Kerala trip after gaining a piece of in-depth knowledge about your holiday dreams. Our expert advice will help you save your time and worries. We offer many holiday packages and explain them to you in detail. If you feel stuck at any point, our expert guidance will help you choose the most suitable holiday destinations in Kerala without any worry.
Kerala has a typical tropical climate around the year. December and January are relatively colder months, and the weather starts warming up from February. April – June is the summer months where it can be quite hot and humid.
The southwest monsoon season from June – September sees a lot of torrential rainfall. Following that, there is the North-East Monsoon that runs from October to December.
It’s best to plan your Kerala trip based on the weather conditions as well. Hill stations remain cool year-round, and you can expect a higher tourist population during the summer months. Kerala is quite enchanting during the monsoon season, and you can enjoy the weather if you come prepared with appropriate rain gear.
The Winter season between September to March is the best time for Kerala Trip. This is the time when Kerala has a comfortable climate and pleasant weather with less humidity. If you wish to explore the enchanting lagoons, tranquil canals, and spicy plantations of Kerala’s amazing cities, winter is the perfect time for you. In the summer months in Kerala, like April and May, hill stations like Munnar and Wayanad are popular among guests. People who are looking for ayurvedic treatments prefer the Monsoon season from June to August.
Essentially, the winter season between September to March is the best time for the Kerala group tour package, to enjoy the beautiful surroundings in pleasant weather. The best time to visit backwaters in Kerala is from November through February Like Wizard of Oz’s Emerald City, Kerala sparkles with a thousand shades of green, paradise tinted with forest hues, it beckons travelers to its coasts, shores, hills, valleys, and plains. Renowned for its delicious tea and sumptuous cuisine, it’s no surprise that Kerala tops every wayfarer’s bucket list. No matter the time of year, Kerala manages to entice, excite, and enrich locals and foreigners alike. Those yearning for solitude, amidst nature’s symphony, need not look too far.
Peak Season for Kerala tour packages – If you wish to explore the enchanting lagoons, tranquil canals and spicy plantations of Kerala’s amazing cities, October to February is the perfect time for you. Individuals travel far and wide for a slice of Kerala’s pie.
Shoulder Season – March to May
Low Season – June to September
HOW TO REACH KERALA:
Kerala has just become India’s only state with four airports that run both domestic as well as international flights. They are the Trivandrum, Cochin, Kozhikode, and Kannur Airports. This makes flying into Kerala easy and convenient, no matter which part of India or the world one is coming from. Each airport sits in a different region of the state, so you can easily land at the one that best suits your itinerary.
Kerala Package Tour guides Travelers in the southern part of Kerala find easily the Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, whereas travelers in the central part of Kerala use the Kochi International Airport. On the northern side of the state, travelers access the Calicut International Airport.
If you're in for a road trip to Kerala, you're sure to find abundant heart-warming vistas on your way. The roads are bordered by tea and banana plantations, small lakes, and lush vegetation. You could even come across various waterfalls. The picturesque villages lining the roads offer a remarkable insight into the local way of life. And the best part about a road trip to Kerala with Kerala trip package is that you can stop for an impromptu photo session with the lush greenery in the backdrop.
MUNNAR - Munnar is a natural beauty in all its glory. The panorama of cloud-kissed mountain peaks, mist-covered valleys; green carpets like tea plantations, and rich wildlife make this hill station a destination that cannot be missed! A drive through Munnar provides you with exceptional experiences. Travel lovers glorify the climate, landscape, wildlife spotting, waterfalls, and greenery of this hill-town. Silent Valley, Devikulam, Pazhathottam, Kanthalloor, Top station- Vattavada, Chinnar, Mattupetty, Eravikulam, Chinnar, Marayoor are the major sightseeing spots in Munnar. Endangered species- Nilgiri Tahr and Neelakurinji which blooms once in 12 years are major specialties of Munnar.
Periyar National Park, being a major attraction, is one place where you can enjoy bamboo rafting in the catchment area of Mullaiperiyar Dam, hiking, and in the midst of the wilderness, shopping! Popular for its good eating joints, you can also enjoy its vast stretches of spice gardens and various adventure sports. You can also enjoy a night trek in the wilderness of Periyar. The early morning ride in the boat within the sanctuary is an extremely awesome experience and you might be able to spot wild elephants, bison, wild boars, various kinds of birds, etc.
Known for paddy fields, fishing, a network of backwaters, delicious local cuisine, traditional Kettuvalloms (rice barges) houseboats, and luxury and budget resorts. The Kumarakom bird sanctuary here, which is spread across 14 acres, is a favorite haunt of migratory birds and an ornithologist's paradise. Take a two-hour canoeing trip during the sunrise or sunset to experience the beauty of this place. Kumarkom is the first destination to implement responsible tourism.
Other sculptures made of driftwood comprising of twisted tree trunks, stumps, roots, etc. are also on display here. She had developed this collection shaped in the form of birds, animals, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes during her teaching days.
4. Fishing in Kumarakom - Fishing is not just a livelihood in Kumarakom but it has also turned out to be an excellent tourist bait. Catering to the newly emerged demand from visitors, travel planners, resorts, and agencies include fishing using traditional methods in their tour packages.
The tourists can have their pick from fishing with nets, angling, and handpicking of clams.
5. Angling in Kumarakom - The canals running across the village, as well as the shallow waters of Lake Vembanad, offer great opportunities for angling. With patience and a little bit of skill, you are sure to have a fairly good catch as well as a lot of fun, taking part in a traditional village activity. The traditional angling gear consists of a simple fishing rod, a fishing line, and a hook. The popular bait, earthworms, is found in abundance all around.
6. Kumarakom Beach- Kumarakom Beach is famous for recreational activities and water sports. The pristine clear waters are apt for swimming. The glimmering sands, gentle waves, several restaurants, and resorts make it a perfect tourist attraction in the city. This is one of the beaches where one can find delicious seafood.
Varkala has some of the best pristine beaches, hills, lakes, forts, lighthouses, natural fisheries, and springs - all of this together makes this town a little paradise. You will also find a lot of shops with signboards in Hebrew selling Yoga mats, oxidized silver jewelry, and harem pants made of cotton. Ayurvedic spas, affordable resorts, hostels, clean beaches make it a must-visit city of Kerala.
The beach itself is divided into two parts, the southern area of the beach lying at the end of the road leading from Janardhana Swamy Temple regarded as sacred by Hindus. However, if you are a tourist, the north part of the beach right at the bottom of the cliff is worth going renowned for its natural mineral spring.
3. Edava Beach, - Untouched and unspoiled by tourist activities, the Edava beaches are the virgin stretches circling a blue lagoon where sea and backwaters run parallel divided by a more-than-one km of straight road. There is also an estuary that connects the sea with the backwaters here.
4. Thiruvambadi Beach-Lying 1 km off Thiruvamdabi road, this black sand beach adjacent to the North cliff is an ideal picnic spot amidst lush coconut groves to relax and unwind.
5. Anjengo Fort -Anjengo Fort, situated 12 km off Varkala at Anjengo, is believed to have been built in the 17th century. Presently the fort is protected by the National Heritage monuments.
6. Sivagiri Mutt - Located at Varkala in Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala is one of the popular ashrams of Shri Narayana Guru, Sivagiri Mutt. This ashram celebrates Guru Deva Jayanti (in August) and the Guru Deva Samadhi (in September) every year. Janardhana Swami Temple and Varkala Beach are some nearby attractions that one should never miss during their visit to Sivagiri Mutt. Sree Narayana Guru (1855-1928), a saint, social reformer, philosopher, and leader of the Ezhava community, made Varkala his headquarters. Sivagiri mutt, instituted by Sree Narayana Guru, is another major pilgrim center here. The 'Sivagiri Pilgrimage' is usually conducted between 30th December and 1st January every year. Even decades after the Guru breathed his last breath here in 1928; his Samadhi (resting place) continues to be thronged by thousands of pilgrims. The Sivagiri Mutt is also the headquarters of the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Sangham, a religious organization established by the Guru to propagate his concept of 'One Caste, One Religion, and One God'.
Also known as a fishing village, the tranquil Poovar Island lies between the Arabian Sea and the Neyyar River. Hiring a boat, (especially during the sunset) that will take you through the mangrove forest of backwaters is a must-do activity. The boat ride costs around INR 3000- INR 4000. The town has some beautiful resorts and hotels that are known for the hospitality they offer.
Poovar beach is secluded and is only accessible by boat. Swimming is allowed here throughout the year except for the monsoon months
Their livelihood has completely relied on river and sea including their way of commutation. As tourists, you can witness the rustic ways of their unique lifestyle along with a pinch of traditions of the Kerala coastal area.
5. Cruises - Amid the crystal clear ripples of water and surrounded by raw nature, make sure you do not miss out on the cruise to the neighboring fishing villages.
The expedition will give you a chance to talk to the fisherman and learn the traditional art of fishing especially the one using the Chinese fishing net. River rafting and other sports activities can also be enjoyed here. However, if you are on a romantic vacation, there couldn’t be a better option than a houseboat.
Crowned as the “Paradise of the South“, Kovalam gained popularity during the hippie times and even today holds the title of must-visit tourist spot in India. Photographers go crazy about this place as the land, sea, and sky come in one frame, a magnificent view!
The attractions of Thiruvananthapuram include Ponmudi, Kovalam, Shanghumugham Beach, Aruvi Waterfalls, Akkulam Tourist Village, Veli Tourist Village, Aruvikkara Dam, Neyyar Dam & Wildlife Sanctuary, etc...
The town is not only popular for its unique phenomenon but also its beaches, temples, iconic monuments that attract a huge number of tourists throughout the year. The Kanyakumari Temple, Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Statue of the Poet Thiruvalluvar, the Palace, the Vattakottai Fort, and the Gandhi Memorial Padmanabha Puram are a few of the most important sites in Kanyakumari.
These falls are a unique combination of streams that flow together to form a magnificent waterfall. The containment below is no less than a top-tier water park and is perfectly safe too. The entrance of this destination has a small temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is highly revered by the locals.
2. Vivekananda Rock - The magnificent Vivekananda Rock Memorial is located on a small island off Kanyakumari. It has the picturesque Indian Ocean in its backdrop and hence serves as a peaceful and serene destination for visitors from all across the globe. It is situated on one of the two adjacent rocks projecting out of the Lakshadweep Sea and comprises the 'Shripada Mandapam' and the 'Vivekananda Mandapam'. The ferry ride up to these rock islands is a thrilling journey and hence attracts a lot of nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.
This statue depicts the spectacular architecture and was built in the year 1970 and has been a major tourist attraction ever since. The island on which the statue is located is said to have been the site where Vivekananda attained enlightenment. The Shripada Mandapam has a study hall and a museum, where you can explore Vivekananda's life and work in depth.
3. Thanumalayan Temple -Situated in Suchindram, Thanumalay temple is also known as Sthanumalayan Kovil is the sacred shrine dedicated to Trimuthis (Bramha, Vishnu, and Shiva). The beautiful temple was renovated in the 17th century, and its inscriptions date back to the 9th century.
This beautiful temple represents great architectural magnificence. One of the major highlights of this temple is the four musical pillars carved out of a single stone placed in the alankara mandapam area. These musical pillars emit a variety of musical notes when struck with a thumb. Another striking aspect of the Sthanumalayan Perumal Temple is that it depicts both Shaivite and Vaishnavite sections of Hinduism.
4. Thiruvalluvar Statue - Dedicated to the accomplished philosopher and poet Thiruvalluvar, this beautiful statue finds itself on a small island near Kanyakumari. Thiruvalluvar was the author of a legendary work in the world of Literature, Tirukkural, and the classic Tamil text. In his devotion, the work for the statue started in 1990 and continued till 1999, during the year in which the figure finally got completed.
5. Padmanabhapuram Palace- Padmanabhapuram Palace in Tamil Nadu is one of the most exquisite palaces of India that symbolize the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the country that has been around for many centuries aptly. This was the capital city of the erstwhile Travancore Empire and has been a true standing symbol of the region's history. Believed to have been built in the 16th century, the Padmanabhapuram Palace is home to many unique antiques and artifacts. What is worth noting about this palace is the fact that Padmanabhapuram Palace is made entirely from wood and no other material.
In Kerala, festival dates are decided in accordance with the Malayalam calendar and the local traditions and customs. We have calculated the festival dates based on these. But there can be changes in the dates according to the customs and rituals associated with each place of worship. As such, these should be considered only as approximate dates and have to be confirmed with the local authorities.
1st stage: This is when all the dancers cover themselves with colors, flowers, and masks;
2nd stage: This involves self-torture and
3rd stage: This is the most important one of all and it is all about dancing to a rhythm.This festival is celebrated on a large scale and people have so much fun that it takes them to a whole new level of pleasure.
SAFARI AT KERALA PACKAGE TOUR IN KERALA:
Night Safari at Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary in Munnar Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary is known for its lush greenery and a sizeable population of exotic birds and animals. A night safari along the terrain in the night is an incredible experience, thanks to the diverse ethnic system and rich cultural heritage that you can observe along the way to Chinnar. Chinnar is located along with the shadowy areas of the eastern side of the Western Ghats.
The jungle safari consists of a one-night stay at the sanctuary with a day visit. The price would be Rs. 7500 for two persons and you will have two forest watchers, a guide and a cook as well. As this is a pretty new one, you will be taken to the core areas with guaranteed wildlife sightings.
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