The state capital, the city of Trivandrum is likewise noted to be one of the cleanest urban areas in India. It additionally offers some astonishing shorelines that are visited by explorers and local people without stopping for even a minute, offering itself as a demulcent to smooth the dry skin. That is not all, this city has International Film Festival of Kerala amid the long stretch of December, aside from this, there are numerous spots you can visit amid winters in Trivandrum like Napier Museum, Akkulam Tourist Village, Science and Technology Museum, Thiruvananthapuram Zoo, Madre-de-Deus Church, and Shanghumukham Beach.

If you are planning to visit Kerala from Trivandrum, then keep the ‘below’ notes in mind.Read on….

1. Best time to visit Kerala:

Kerala, God’s own nation is best when investigated in the winter season, i.e. among September and February. While summers make the state excessively sweltering for solace, rain keeps the state wet all through. In the monsoon season, the deluge could be heavier than envisioned and isn’t altogether fitting to all voyagers, yet for a few, it very well may be a wonderful amalgamation of celebrations, picturesque perspectives and the much discussed Ayurveda medicines. The backwaters are seen spouting to their fullest, and the temperature winds up charming enabling the unique explorer to investigate the state to their full limit.

The climate in Kerala can be part into three seasons:

  • The dry season from December to February, which likewise checks crest traveller season.
  • The sweltering, muggy summer season from March as far as possible of May. Plan to sweat!
  • Monsoon season (southwest and upper east rainstorm) from the end of May as far as possible of November, which is punctuated by discontinuous, substantial rain.

2. How to reach Trivandrum:

  • By train:

The Trivandrum Central railroad station is arranged inside the city and is very much connected with significant Indian urban areas like New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Guwahati, Indore, Bangalore and numerous others. A portion of the prominent trains that handle from this station are Trivandrum Mail, RaptiSagar Express, Kerala Express, Anantapuri Express, Swaranjayanti Express and Ahilyanagari Express.

  • By road:

There are ordinary transports to close-by urban areas like Cochin, Bangalore, Madurai, Coimbatore and Chennai. KSRTC (Kerala State Road Transport Corporation) gives magnificent transport administrations including premium extravagance Garuda administrations, sleeper, cooled, official, select and numerous others to look over. Different transport administrators are Tamil Nadu’s SETC, Raj National Express and GTC.

  • By flight:

The city has its very own airport which is all around associated with various urban areas over the globe. The air terminal has non-stop flights to significant Indian urban communities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Cochin and Bangalore and additionally has non-stop flights from Singapore, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Middle East urban communities. When you reach at the airport, you can contract a taxi/taxi which will drive you to your goal in the city.

3. Places of interest near Trivandrum:

  • Kovalam

At a separation of 13 km from Trivandrum, 63 km from Kochi, 67 km from Nagarcoil, 212 km from Kochi, 159 km from Alleppey and 83 km from Kanyakumari, Kovalam, on the shores of Arabian Sea, is a standout amongst the most popular Beaches in Kerala. It is likewise a standout amongst the most celebrated spots to visit in Kerala state.

  • Kanyakumari

Kanyakumari is the southernmost town in India. It is located 85 km from Trivandrum, 22 km from Nagercoil, 242 km from Madurai, 375 km from Trichy, 82 km from Tirunelveli and 130 km from Tuticorin, Kanyakumari is a seaside town in Tamil Nadu.

  • Varkala

At a separation of around 26 km from Kollam and 48 km from Trivandrum, Varkala is a waterfront town on the banks of Arabian Sea. Varkala is the second best in Kerala after Kovalam.

  • Thiruparappu falls

At a separation of 50 Kms from Kanyakumari, 51 Kms from Trivandrum and 704 Kms from Chennai (around 12 kms from Trivandrum – Kanyakumari thruway, 13 kms from Pechiparai Dam), the Kodayar influences to plunge at Thiruparappu and structures this superb cascade.

  • Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary

At a separation of around 29 Kms from Trivandrum Central Railway Station, Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over a zone of 128 sq. kms at the foot of Western Ghats. The Neyyar Dam worked over Neyyar River is situated inside the Wildlife Sanctuary.

4. Things to Expect from Kerala Tour Packages from Trivandrum :

Places to Visit (Approximate Distance):

  • Alleppey (2,760km)
  • Thekkady (2,674km)
  • Kovalam (2,890 km)
  • Munnar (2,642km)
  • Wayanad (2,450km)
  • Cochin (2,714km)
  • Trivandrum (2,897km)
  • Varkala (2,845km)
  • Kozhikode (2,529km)
  • Kumarakom (2,755km)

Things to Do:

  • A ride through the calm backwaters
  • Houseboat Stays
  • Beach Tours
  • Visit to spice plantations, tea estates
  • Adventure Tours: Paragliding, parasailing, boating
  • Experience the laid back village life
  • Across the beautiful Hill Stations
  • Into the wild
  • Cultural visits