Kerala the popular travel destination; everyone can easily spend a week to 10 days in Kerala. We always recommend ending the trip with Kerala, relaxing in its breath-taking beauty. Route 1: Essence of Kerala (7-8days): Fort Cochin-Munnar- Thekkady-Alleppey/Kumarakoam
Kochi is the most preferred travel route to reach out the popular travel destinations around Kerala.You get to experience the variety of what Kerala has to offer. The European heritage combined with local delights in Fort Cochin, vast green tea plantations of Munnar, go hiking along the dense forest of Thekkady and relax and enjoy the sunset on a canoe along the backwaters in Alappuzha or Kumarkoam backwater tour. Monsoon in Kerala is the most important season which families and youngsters who want to spend their Kerala holiday tour.It is a 3 and half hour drive on an average to get to the other town. If you prefer a slower pace, choose between Munnar and Thekkady and spend a day more in each town. Munnar is about 4, 5 houers travel from Kochi. Most of the visitor in Kerala prefer Kochi as the starting destination to make their remarkable trip. When you arrive at Kochi you can get a various types of tour packages in Kerala which can easily help you to direct the travel route to Kerala. Route 2: Beaches of Kerala (10-12 days): Marari, Varkala and Kovalam
The perfect end to a holiday: unwinding on a beach! Start with Fort Cochin, Munnar (Thekkady), Alleppey and end with a beach. Backwaters in Kerala is the attractive significant factor which the visitors in Kerala mostly attracted towards it.Alppuzha, Kovalam beaches are the top beaches in Kerala,In comparison to Varkala and Kovalam it is yet an untouched splendor. Marari is closest to Alleppey (45min drive),as there are only a couple of luxury boutique properties, planning in advance is important especially if travelling during the Kerala holiday season. If you had a plan to spend some of the days with Aleppy the you can stay in the middle of the house boats having comfortable accommodation and transportation facilities which are included In the tourism guides provided Kerala backwater tour packages.Tapioca and fish curry is the best combination foods in Kerala tour packages so don’t miss this mouth watering dish from your menu.You can take a train to Varkala from Alleppey. Varkala and Kovalam are famed for Ayurveda resorts. Many spend more than a week or two at these resorts for various Ayurveda and rejuvenation sessions. Route 3: Offbeat Allure: Wayanad, Kannur, Athirapilly
Wayanad, Kannur and Athirapilly include the lesser known gems of Kerala. Wayanad and Kannur in the northern-most end of Kerala.Wayanad, set in a tropical rain forest, is a perfect getaway especially for honeymooners who want to spend their everlasting Kerala honeymoon trip. Stay at Vythiri Resort and enjoy the privacy and wake up to sound of the gushing waters and splendid views outside your villa. Kannur is a much less explored town which has been favored with natural beaches, backwaters, hill station and historical monuments etc. To add more enjoyable moment into the mountain ride we can make use the Kerala tour packages for family such packages will help you to provide expert guide along with us. It is also known has ‘The Land of Looms and Lores’ because of its high quality production and export of hand loom fabrics.
The travel routs in Munnar may be difficult for families and couples.If starting your honeymoon trip in Mumbai/ Delhi, fly into Calicut and drive to Munnar or you can get the best Munnar honeymoon packages from Mumbai to Kerala which can easily provides the better travel and other transportation facilities.The evergreen tea plantations and the hill stations at Munnar be a comfort travel. From either of these towns, you can take a train to Fort Cochin.Athirapilly is located in the Chalakkudy district about 1.5 hour drive from Cochin. Go on a day trip or spend a night to visit the Athirapilly Falls which is nicknamed as ‘the Niagara of India’, and stay in the tree houses or resorts to enjoy the evenings during your Kerala tour.The area is home to wild animals and birds. Route 4: Kerala during Festivals
Kerala has a number of temple and elephant festivals; Thrissur Pooram being the grandest of them all. It is celebrated between April and May each year in Thrissur (about 80km from Cochin). It is a seven day affair. Onam is another important festival of Kerala, It is a harvest festival celebrated between August and September. The procession in Trivandrum has as many as 3000 artists, 75 floats and 68 art forms which are a visual delight. Theyyam is a folk art celebrated in Kannur. It is a ritualistic, ancient form of worship still celebrated with the same fervor. The festival is held from October to May each year. The riot of colors, the music, dance and devotion is worth witnessing. If planning around a festival, stay at a home stay instead of a hotel. You get to experience and be part of all the festivities.