kerala

Kerala is a Malabar Coast state in India. It was created by integrating Malayalam-speaking areas of the erstwhile territories of Cochin, Malabar, South Canara, and Travancore after the States Reorganisation Act was passed on 1 November 1956. At 38,863 km2, Kerala is the 21st-largest state in India (15,005 sq mi). Karnataka borders it to the north and northeast, Tamil Nadu to the east and south, and the Lakshadweep Sea to the west. With 33 million people, Kerala is the thirteenth-largest Indian state by population in terms of size. The capital, Thiruvananthapuram, is split among 14 districts. The official language of Kerala is Malayalam, which is also the most widely spoken language there.

The best time to visit Kerala

Kerala is best visited between September and March. Kerala experiences a good climate and minimal humidity during this time of year. Kerala’s magnificent cities, with their stunning lagoons, peaceful canals, and fragrant plantations, are best explored in the winter. Hill towns like Munnar and Wayanad are well-liked by tourists in April and May, when it’s hot outside. The monsoon season, which lasts from June to August, is more popular with those looking for ayurvedic treatments.

In general, the winter season, which lasts from September to March, is the greatest time to travel to Kerala since it enables you to take advantage of the stunning surroundings while enjoying a comfortable climate. The greatest time to visit Kerala’s backwaters is from November to February. Kerala is a paradise coloured with forest tones, sparkling in a thousand different shades of green, luring travellers to its ports, shoreline, hills, valleys, and plains. Kerala is at the top of every traveler’s bucket list because of its reputation for exquisite tea and scrumptious cuisine. Kerala is able to attract, fascinate, and enlighten both natives and visitors regardless of the season. There are plenty of places to find quiet in the midst of nature’s symphony.

Getaway to Kerala for a weekend

An ideal weekend trip to “God’s Own Country” to take in the splendour of vast tea plantations, rolling hills, picture-perfect hamlets, and more.
You can hear the thunder of white water roaring down the seven tiers of the granite mountain at Cheeyappara Waterfall.
Take a stroll through spice and tea farms while taking in the scents.
Learn how to brew the ideal cup of tea by exploring the top tea gardens.
At Echo Point, which is a lovely combination of green slopes and an all-around refreshing setting, take some pictures for your postcard memories.

Ghats, Munnar

In Kerala’s Western Ghats, Munnar is a lovely town and idyllic hill resort blessed with some of the most priceless natural beauties. Its attractiveness is enhanced by the bubbling streams and the slopes that reach the clouds. The British emperors’ summer hideaway during colonial times was Munnar, which majestically situated at an elevation of 6000 feet in the region of Idukki. It is renowned for its continuous stretch of tea farms, green belt of dense forests, and residence of certain critically endangered animal species including the Neelakurinji and Nilgiri Tahr. It is one of the most well-liked tourist spots in South India due to its stunning valleys and mountains.

Family Getaway to Kerala tourism

kerala honeymoon packages

A wonderful family holiday to a country with pristine beaches, stunning architecture, vast tea farms, and much more.
Visit the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary to see elephants bathing in the river and enjoy the lovely scenery of the lush, green surroundings.
At Echo Point, which is a lovely combination of green slopes and an all-around refreshing setting, take some pictures for your postcard memories.
You can hear the thunder of white water roaring down the seven tiers of the granite mountain at Cheeyappara Waterfall.
While strolling through spice and tea estates in Munnar, take some time to breathe in the aromas.

Kerala has cemented a distinct place in the centre of world tourism thanks to its emerald waterways, lush coconut orchards, and peaceful backwaters. It is jokingly referred to as “God’s Own Country” with good reason. Since the area provides the perfect natural backdrop for a wonderful retreat and making lifelong memories, it never fails to enthral its guests. This package has a lot to offer, from experiencing Munnar’s allure to taking a breathtaking trip to Periyar, a region famous for its tiger reserve and spice farms.

A romantic getaway to Kerala with a candlelight dinner

candle ight dinner

A romantic delight to witness the serene backwaters, vast tea plantations, and much more in “God’s Own Country.”
Experience the best of Kerala’s breathtaking beauty like never before by having a candlelit meal on a houseboat in Alleppey amid the tranquilly of the backwaters.
Visit the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary to see elephants bathing in the river and enjoy the lovely scenery of the lush, green surroundings.
While strolling through spice and tea plantations and inhaling the fragrances, spend some quality time with your significant other.
Witness the breathtaking sight of an avalanche of water tumbling down the seven tiers of the rocky mountain at Cheeyappara Waterfalls.

When envisioning a romantic retreat surrounded by tranquil backwaters and golden shimmering beaches, Kerala is the first spot that comes to mind. Due to its spectacular beauty, peaceful backwaters, lush tea gardens, and immaculate palm-fringed beaches, Kerala makes for an excellent honeymoon getaway. It never fails to enthral guests because the area provides the perfect natural environment for a wonderful vacation and making lifelong memories.

Duration:Β 5 Days, 4 Nights include cochin airport cab

Start Point: Cochin

End Point: Cochin

Route: Cochin – Munnar – Thekkady – Alleppey – Cochin