MOST POPULAR KERALA ITINERARIES
Searching for the best tour itineraries to discover god’s own country? Here are some of the most popular and suggested itineraries for exciting Kerala tours:
This 3-days Kerala tour is a gateway to the pristine beauty of God’s Own Country. Within the three days of this tour, visitors can enjoy the magical appeal of the silent backwaters while having a glimpse of the colourful cultures and diverse history.
NOTE: Visitors can also join this amazing Kerala tour from Alleppey (or Alappuzha) on the second day.
Day 1: Arrival in Ernakulam & transfer to Fort Kochi. | Full day sightseeing around Chinese fishing net, Pardesi Synagogue, St. Francis Church, and several other popular landmarks. | Cultural show in the evening in Greenix village. | Exciting tuk-tuk rides can also be arranged by evening. | Relish delicious seafood dinner around Princess Street.
Day 2: Drive to Alleppey; around 61km. | Check-in into a houseboat. | Full-day houseboat cruise. Countryside experience.
Day 3: Early morning departure to Ernakulam. | Relax, get freshened up and board an evening flight to onward destination. Tour ends here.
NOTE: If visitors plan to take an overnight bus, they can revel in the bustling charm of MG Road in the evening.
Visit the stunning beaches in God’s Own Country! Enjoy the prismatic beauty of the Arabian Sea, play with the waves, laze around the golden sands, and curate fun-frolic moments while having a tryst with Kerala’s heritage and culture!
Day 1: Arrival in Trivandrum (or Thiruvananthapuram). | Transfer and check-in into a hotel in Kovalam. |Leisure day with scrumptious seafood.
Day 2: Full-day activities around Kovalam Beach. | Delight in appetizing delicacies within the sea-side cafes.
Day 3: Transfer to the gorgeous Varkala Beach. | Indulge in an array of beach activities throughout the day. | Enjoy a gala evening with live music and delectable seafood.
Day 4: Transfer to Thiruvananthapuram. | Sightseeing around popular tourist sites like Zoological Gardens and Museum, Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple, and PutheMaliga Palace Museum. | Tour ends here.
Within the 5 days of this amazing Kerala nature tour, visitors will get acquainted with the pristine and untouched beauty of God’s Own Country. Be it a fascinating wildlife park, lush plantations, silent backwaters, or adventure activities, this tour has everything in store!
Day 1: Arrival in Ernakulam. | Check-in into a hotel in Fort Kochi. |Day tour to historic landmarks and silent backwaters.
Day 02 & Day 03: Transfer to Kumily. | Visit Periyar Tiger Reserve. | Drive back for lunch. | Post lunch activities include jeep safari, nature walks, jungle trails, and bamboo rafting. | Day ends with boat cruise in the Periyar Lake.
Day 04 & Day 05:Transfer to Munnar through the cardamom plantations. | Arrive in Munnar and check-in into a hotel for a leisure day. | Indulge in plantation walk on the next day. | Visit to the popular Kanan Devan Tea Museum. | Tour ends with an overnight bus journey to Ernakulam.
Winter in Kerala usually starts early in the month of October and lasts till February end. This period of the year is the best time to visit Kerala.
Kerala is located along the Malabar Coast of peninsular India. It lies in the captivating ranges of the Western Ghats.
Well, Kerala is a mixed bag of everything! Whether you are looking for honeymoon, adventure, leisure, beach, hill stations, or water destinations, you will find all your answers in Kerala.
Kerala has been an important trade centre since the medieval era. Visitors can reach this gorgeous state from any corners of the country.
Kerala has four international airports – Calicut International Airport, Cochin International Airport, Kannur International Airport, and Trivandrum International Airport. Also, almost all the major airlines in the world have direct flights to most of these airports.
Kerala is quite a conservative state in India. However, there are no such restrictions on clothing for the visitors. Till dressing sense of a visitor does not hurt the sentiment of their local culture and religious beliefs, visitors can dress according to their own preferences.
Indians certainly don’t require any Visa or Passport to visit Kerala. However, both are mandatory for international tourists.
Kerala offers an array of activities to its visitors. To name a few, there are wildlife safaris, water sports, trekking, beach activities, hill station visits, cultural tours, bamboo rafting, and the list goes on!
Houseboats are extremely safe! They are built in a way, visitors should not feel short for any amenities and facilities while enjoying houseboat cruises in Kerala. With a houseboat, visitors get the assistance of expert chefs, oarsmen, and tour guides.
Kerala is one of the most important parts of India. It follows the FOREX rate as decided by the Government of India.
Kerala – the ‘Queen of the Malabar Coast’, is indeed one of the most gorgeous and enticing holiday destinations in the entire country. Adorned by the enchanting charm of the Arabian Sea, guarded by the lofty Western Ghats, jotted with numerous lagoons, and strapped by a chain of canals, this picturesque holiday casts a magical spell on all its visitors!
Fondly called ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala boasts of its bountiful beauty and prismatic offerings. Whether planning vacations with family members, friends, solo or with your colleagues, Kerala Tourism will keep you enchanted with its array of offerings and mesmeric beauty.
Blessed with a pleasant and heart-warming climate, this scenic tourist destination is a year-round destination. If you are planning to visit this magical abode with your family and is yearning for fun and leisure, you must plan your Kerala trip during September to March (or winter). Weather during this period remains cool and equally dry; you can simply lay back with your family or friends, and revel in the marvelous beauty of Kerala. This is also the most befitting time for couples to plan their honeymoon in Kerala and fill in their lives with only love and romance!
For the nature lovers, adventure seekers and others alike, June to August (or monsoon) proves to be the ideal time to visit Kerala. During these months, the state welcomes the monsoon showering and blooms with all the charms and grace of Mother Nature!
Visiting Kerala between March to May (or summer) can be a bit perplexing! However, it is the best time to meander around the Kerala beaches and enjoy the essence of Kerala Tourism in full galore!
An Ideal Kerala Tour Package
Wondering how to plan an ideal Kerala tour package? Well, while planning your tour, make sure you have all these included in your tour itinerary:
Places to Visit in Kerala:
While planning your Kerala trip, make sure you visit some of its stunning tourist destinations.
Fort Kochi: Visit the ‘Gateway to Kerala’ to witness how history confluences with the electrifying beauty of modern world.
Munnar: Visit this gorgeous hill station and fall in love with the serenity that exists amidst the hills and mountains!
Alleppey: Welcome to the ‘Backwater Capital’ of Kerala! Enjoy your holidays while having a tryst with the silent backwaters.
Wayanad: Yet another picturesque hill station in Kerala that will surely hold you captive with its magical beauty!
Thekkady: Come fall in love with the irresistible beauty of Mother Nature; walk through the wilderness of Kerala.
Kovalam: Visit Kovalam to witness how the playful waves of Arabian Sea and the clear sand cuddles your senses!
Must do things in your Kerala Holidays:
Backwater Cruise: Make sure your Kerala tour package includes a backwater cruise in a houseboat; Kerala tour is simply incomplete without it.
Bamboo Rafting: While visiting Thekkady, you can pump up your adrenalines while bamboo rafting in the Periyar Lake.
Plantation Visits: Be it Munnar, Wayanad, Thekkady or other places, plantation visit is a must during Kerala tour.
Cultural Fiesta: Kerala tour without witnessing cultural festivals or celebrations like Kathakali Dance, Theyyam, Kalaripayattu and others.
Village Tours: Visit the many different Kerala villages to witness how life thrives in God’s Own Country.
Beach Experience: If you are a beach person, you will find ample of reasons to visit Kerala.
Wildlife Safari: A wildlife safari in Periyar National Park will finally make your Kerala tour package ideal.
Why to Book with eKerala Tourism?
While most of the tour operators and organisers assure you with destinations, we promise to offer you an experience! Our experience and keen to showcase the best of Kerala Tourism makes us one of the most trusted and preferred tour operators for Kerala.
With us, you will not only visit places, but will also get to live the experience. Most of our tour packages are hand-picked by local experts, and also allows the you to tailor them according to your convenience.
Whether a national or an international tourist, our Kerala tour packages are designed to fit everyone. Plan your Kerala holidays with your family, friends, colleagues, or solo, and enjoy the true colours and warmth of Kerala’s bountiful beauty and hospitality with us!
We organize affordable and luxury tours from all major parts of the country. To name a few, we operate and organize tours from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, and almost every part of India. Join us for an extremely fun-frolic, exciting and memorable Kerala experience; join us for an experience that will last forever in your mind!
Information on Tourist Visas, Foreign Exchange, Tourist Visa Extension, and other Kerala Tourism queries can be obtained from Official Website of Kerala Tourism or from the Government Website of Department of Tourism, Kerala.
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