Tourists in Kerala are spoiled for choice as there is so much to see in this beautiful state. The cities like Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Alappuzha are all very popular among tourists as are the beaches. The multi-religious and diverse culture of Kerala means that there are many historic and religious sites in Kerala worth visiting. The tourist places in Kerala include beaches like Varkala Beach and Kovalam Beach and taking a backwater cruise in Kerala is very popular with tourists. The tourists also visit the lovely hill stations of Kerala like Munnar, Wayanad, Vagamon, and Thekkady which are especially popular in the summer months. There are many national parks in Kerala like the Silent Valley National Park, the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve etc.


Kerala can be visited by tourists any time of the year and Kerala Tourism is open to international and domestic tourists all year round. January, February and March have cool climates for visiting the coastline, to explore the forest trails, take jungle safaris and also to see the beautiful cities of the state. April is a festive time in Kerala and April and May are the perfect month to visit the beautiful hill stations of the state. Monsoon starts in June and the monsoon months showcase the lush green countryside of Kerala. September and October are great months to see the waterfalls, to visit historical buildings and also to see the culture of the state. November and December saw a lot of international tourists enjoying the pleasant winters of Kerala.


​​​​Kerala is known and famous for tea and coffee plantations as well as plantations that grow different types of spices. There are many beautiful plantations all across the state in Kerala. The spice plantations in the state in Munnar, Thekkady and Adimali are all very popular with the tourists. The tea and coffee gardens in Munnar, Cochin and Periyar are all part of the tourist trail. Some of the spices in these plantations include pepper, vanilla, cardamom, clove, nutmeg, betel nut, and ginger to name a few. There are also many beautiful orchards in Kerala that grow fruits like apples, lemons, oranges, and plums. Tourists can enjoy and explore visiting these plantations in the beautiful tropical state of Kerala, south of India.


Kerala has a traditional cultural identity as well as many cosmopolitan cities. So men and women wear traditional dresses and clothes as well as wear western clothes regularly in Kerala. Shirts, pants, dresses, skirts, and jeans are commonly worn in Kerala along with traditional costumes. The dress sense in Kerala reflects the warm tropical climate of the region. Men wear shirts and pants and also wear the famous Lungi which is called Kalli Mundu regularly in Kerala. Women wear salwar kameez and sarees and some of the Christian community also wear types of western clothes. The lungi-shirts, and saris are traditional for festivals and marriage ceremonies. In festivals like Onam, the traditional saris are plain white saree with golden borders.


Kerala is a beautiful multi-religious state and has many different traditional festivals. The festivals showcase the traditions, culture and even the way of life and history of the region. It is a good idea to include local seasonal festivals into a Kerala tour. Onam is a popular harvest festival in Kerala and is one of the most popular festivals in the state. The festival falls in August-September and is a great celebration in the state. Another important festival in the state is the festival of Vishu which is celebrated in the middle of April and it marks the New Year in Kerala. Christmas is celebrated, Thrissur Pooram is a three-day festival that involves people sitting and parading on giant elephants. The festive boat races in Kerala are also very popular with tourists.


One of the key aspects of Kerala that attracts tourists is the wonderful Kerala cuisine. Kerala is a religiously diverse state and the unique recipes of Kerala are influenced by this aspect of the state. Coconut is featured prominently in the cuisine and is seen in most types of dishes. Sadhya is a traditional meal served on banana leaves which is a Kerala specialty. Kerala has a beautiful coastline and non-vegetarian food is popular in the state. The popular traditional dishes include Puttu and Kadala curry, appams with stew, idiyappam and avial, idli, dosa, sambar which are all vegetarian dishes. The wonderful snacks like banana chips and pazham pori etc. Tours are crafted in such a way that the tourists can enjoy the specialty food recipes of Kerala.


Kerala Tourism would not be complete without the tourists getting an idea about the beautiful dance culture of the state. Kerala has around 50 forms of dances. There are many vibrant and colorful dance forms in Kerala. Kathakali is the most famous with beautiful makeup and masks. Mohiniyattam is a “maiden’s dance” and Thiruvathirakali is a dance that is done during the harvest festival of Onam. Theyyam is a famous dance in the Malabar region in Kerala. There are many different types of dances in Kerala including Ottamthullal, Koodiyattam, Chakyar Koothu and many other traditional varieties of dance. Dance plays a critical role in the culture and traditions of Kerala and is performed at agricultural events, harvests and religious events.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Which is the best tour packages for Kerala?
Depending on your interest or choice, for wildlife lovers Thekkady, for Hill station Munnar, to experience houseboat stay Alleppey are the best places. To cover best of Kerala tourist places minimum 5 days customized package recomendable. Mail us for more information or any query
How much does a Kerala trip cost?
Trip to Kerala for two people, minimum costs around USD 350 for 5 days, only land package. Mail us for more information or any query
What is the best month to visit Kerala?
From October to March are the best time (months) to visit Kerala. Mail us for more information or any query
How can I plan for 7 days in Kerala?
Reference itinerary : Kerala 7 Days. You can mail us your requirements We can customize as per your interest and choice.
How can I plan for 4 days in Kerala?
Reference itinerary : Kerala 4 Days. You can mail us your requirements : We can customize as per your interest and choice.
How many days are enough for Kerala?
An ideal duration of 5 to 7 days to spend in Kerala would work wonders and it can be stretched to more than 10 days. Mail us for more information or any query
How can I plan for 6 days in Kerala?
Reference itinerary : Kerala 6 Days. You can mail us your requirements We can customize as per your interest and choice.
How can I plan for 8 days in Kerala?
Reference itinerary : Kerala 8 Days. You can mail us your requirements We can customize as per your interest and choice.
How can I plan all Kerala tour?
To visit all major tourist places of Kerala, minimum 11 days required. Reference itinerary : Kerala 11 Days. You can mail us your requirements We can customize as per your interest and choice.   
What does Kerala tour package include?
Kerala tour package includes transfers, sightseeing, hotels / resorts stay, cruising on backwaters in houseboat, exotic beaches, coconut groves for more details, you can mail us

Kerala all inclusive holidays are some of the most popular holiday packages covering Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Kovalam, Varkala and Alleppey. However, most of the travel companies provide standard circuit Kerala tours to travelers but we provide 100% specialized customized tours to customers. This means that our tours are designed and customized according to our guests requirements.

There is a lot of flexibility provided to customers as there are many tours to choose from ranging from 3-day tours to 15-day tours. The customization options provided to customers include hotel options ranging from standard hotels to elite super-luxury category hotels.

This means that trips to Kerala can be customized as per our client's interest and choice.

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The first step for travelers is to get more information about the Kerala tour packages of India. Tourists can correspond with us through email, or fill a query form or directly call us at their convenience. We offer a free quote on the expenses and travel prices of different tours along with expert advice to travelers. 

The advice given by our experts is based on the planning of the tour, on the number of travelers, and also on details about the tours available on tentative dates or months of the year. We advise travelers about the best time for them to travel, the hotel options, the preferences available for transportation, the number of days needed to explore the area well and also cater to special customizations and interests of travelers. The tours can be booked for any date and time period without any time limitations and our experts provide the best options of tour programs to suit the requirements.

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Alleppey officially called Alappuzha. Alappuzha (Alleppey) charming place is the hub of Kerala’s backwaters and center to a massive network of backwaters and more than thousand houseboats ranging from standard to luxury categories. The Alleppey houseboats are equipped with all the modern comforts of a good quality hotel room like cozy living rooms with air conditioners, western toilets, a kitchen and balcony. 

Alleppey is often considered for a honeymoon or for a great family vacation. In Alleppey, there are plenty of homestays, houseboats and rejuvenating Ayurvedic resorts that make staying in Alleppey ultimate.

These houseboats sail through the serene backwaters, where you can experience glimpses of lush green paddy fields, locals and farmers working in fields and witness the life of locals in Alleppey (Kerala).
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Kochi is one of the best places that are ideal for both a family holiday and a romantic honeymoon. Kochi (also known as Cochin) is a city for those who want to learn and experience about the rich history of the country as Colonial India and its trading prowess during the earlier times. 

To visit and explore the best tourist spots in Kochi are Fort Kochi beach is popular for its offbeat Chinese fishing nets. Cherai beach has paddy fields and coconut groves. Kochi is famous for its Forts, museums, and palaces like the Vasco house, the Santa Cruz Basilica, the Dutch Palace and the Bolgatty Palace.

Kochi is famous for The St. George Cathedral is known to be the largest cathedrals built in India. One can also explore the Jain temple, the Thrikkakara temple where the Onam festival is celebrated.

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Munnar is located in the Western Ghats and is also home to several protected areas which are home to some of the most endangered and rare species of flora and fauna in Kerala.   

Munnar is a famous hill station in “God's own country” Kerala, it enjoys a favorable and pleasant weather all year round and it is world famous for its lush green hills and tea plantations.

After tea plantation gardens, The Mattupetty Dam is one of the famous picnic spots in Munnar. The Atukkad Waterfalls are one of the major tourist attractions in Munnar and The Echo Point in Munnar is famous for camping and photography. 

The Eravikulam National Park is a home to rare and endangered species like Nilgiri Thar, Leopard, Tiger, Indian Muntjac, Gaur and Golden Jackal, Sambar Deer and Jungle Cat.

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Kovalam is breathtakingly beautiful and a haven of serenity and Kovalam beaches are divided into two main beaches namely the Eve's beach and the Lighthouse beach. Kovalam beaches are clean and bizarre beaches lined with glittering sand and tall lighthouses.

Kovalam is famous for romantic moments, Ayurveda Health and Wellness Centres and adventure water sports activities all together at one place.

Kovalam is also famous for its popular festivals and fairs which begin from January till end of March, due to its uniqueness and excellent culture of Kovalam which highlights in the festivals and fairs held in Kovalam like Village Fair, The Elephant Festival, Food Festival, Nishagandhi Dance Festival, and Swati Thirunal Music Festival, etc.

There are many options for accommodation available in Kovalam ranging from luxury, deluxe to standard hotels.

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Thekkady (Periyar) is a fascinating natural wildlife reserve in Kerala. Periyar is famous for the Thekkady Wildlife Sanctuary (also known as Periyar Wild Sanctuary). 

The Periyar Tiger Reserve is rich in its biodiversity, of both flora and fauna. The Periyar tiger reserve is home to 45 species of reptiles, 62 species of mammals, 320 species of birds, 160 species of butterflies, 27 species of amphibians and 38 species of fishes. 

Boating in the Periyar Lake is one of the best and easiest ways to watch wildlife in the reserve and whiie boating spot Bison, Gaur, Wild dogs, Wild Elephants, Sambhar and a wide variety of birds on the banks of the lake in their natural habitats. 

Some optional activities in Thekkady for travelers are Jungle camping, Trekking at Periyar tiger reserve, Bamboo Rafting etc.

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There are important suggestions and tips that travelers should adhere to while travelling within Kerala. Firstly all travelers require a visa to travel within India and need to apply for a visa in advance to get entry within India. 
Usually, tourists from the west are not accustomed to the Indian lifestyle.. This means that there is usually a list of vaccinations that people travelling from abroad need to take before travelling to Kerala in India. Tourist attractions are closed on some days of the week in Kerala. 
South Indian food is hot and spicy and not very suitable for every palette and it is a good idea to only taste a bite or avoid some spicy meals as health is very important. Research about destinations and travelling within Kerala, India, as it's very important at the time of planning and ask us for any kind of doubt or query.

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Tourists are usually looking for the best deal and the best prices on offer for a top quality tour for these Kerala tours.

We provide plenty of options to customers and the special offers provided by us make it a great deal for customers. For example, 6 passengers make a group and are eligible for group bookings.

Group bookings get a special price and can also get the upgrade to Deluxe Package at the price of the Standard Package. Our price of the overall tours is low because of the in house fleet of cars and good contracted rates with top hotels in these cities. This discount often depends on the size of the group and the groups are usually kept private and are not merged with other groups of travelers. This means that groups are individually taken on tours depending on the dates of travel and duration of travel.

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