Planning a Kerala tour is the major part that determine how effectively the tour can be executed. Paradise Holidays delivers you 2500 plus Kerala tour packages, from where you can go for the best. We offer you customisable Kerala tour ranging from budget to luxury. Different sightseeing includes tea plantation in Munnar, adventurous tour in Thekkady, houseboat ride in Alleppey and many more. We offer you best Kerala tour packages according to your budget and comfortability.
1) How to reach Kerala?
By Road :
Kerala is connected through three highways. The state is connected through NH 49, NH 47, NH 17. It is connected to all surrounding states through well-laid roads. There are many bus services, both private and government operated, to Kerala from many cities. If you find difficulty in travelling in public transports, you can hire a care from different places to Kerala.
Kerala has three international airports. Trivandrum international airport, The Kochi International airport and Calicut international airport most commonly used airport by international travellers. These airports also have domestic terminal which connects many important states in the country with Kerala.From the airport, our driver pick you and proceed for the package.
2) Which are places to visit in Kerala?
Cochin is known as 'Queen of Arabian Sea'. Cochin is the financial, commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. There are infinite tourist places to visit in Kochi, also formerly known as Cochin. View More
Munnar in Devikulam Taluk is the largest panchayat in Kerala. Munnar enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year although there is a month-wise break up of weather so that visitors can plan their trip accordingly.View More
Thekkady is one of Kerala's most popular destinations, and it is famous for its exotic wildlife, spice plantations, and it offers a very peaceful and calm atmosphere.View More
Alappuzha (Alleppey) is known as ‘the Venice of the East’. This charming place is the hub of Kerala’s backwaters and is home to a vast network of backwaters and more than thousand houseboats. View More
Kumarakom is a sleepy little village on VembanadLake in Kottayam. It offers a wide variety of flora and exotic sightseeing. This place is known for paddy fields, fishing, a vast network of backwaters, delicious local cuisine, traditional Kettuvalloms, houseboats and luxury and budget resorts. View More
Kovalam is a small and idyllic coastal town in Thiruvananthapuram. Kovalam is one of the renowned beaches with adjacent three crescent-shaped shallow water beaches. View More
Kanyakumari is a coastal town located in Tamilnadu. Bordered by the three seas – Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal and it is the southernmost tip of the Indian peninsula. Kanyakumari is also the only place in India where can observe the sunrise and sunset at the same beach. View More
Wayanad is a rural district in Sothern Kerala. Wayanad is famous for its lush green forest region with high altitude areas. View More
Vagamon also is known as Scotland of Asia, and it is a quiet offbeat hill station in Kerala. It is situated 1200 meters above the sea level and surrounded by the greeny tea gardens, small waterfalls, pine forests, mesmerizing meadows and fresh cold air are makes Vagamon the perfect place for nature lovers. View More
Varkala is a coastal town in the southern part of Kerala. Varkala is famous for its golden sand beach and is also known as papanasham beach, and belief is that taking a holy dip here cleanses away all your sins.Varkala is also known for Jardana Swami Temple.View More
Guruvayur is one of the top pilgrimage destinations in Kerala. Guruvayoor should be declared "the cultural capital of Kerala'. Guruvayoor is mostly famous for Sree Krishna Temple, which is one of the 108 most divine Vishnu temples in the world.View More
3) What are the activities to do in Kerala?
Munnar-Tea Plantation Visit
Trip to Munnar is incomplete without visit to Tea plantation. Tea plantation in Munnar was started by A.H.Sharp. Don’t miss Tea Museum at Munnar.. It is India's first ever tea museum, ideally placed at KDHP's (Kannan Devan Hill Plantation) Nallatanni Estate in Munnar. During your visit to Tea Museum, they explains you the tea history of Munnar.
Bamboo Rafting is one of the adventurous program in Thekkady inside Periyar tiger reserve. It is an excellent ecological and entertainment program for the nature enthusiast who visit Thekkady. Bamboo rafting is a full day program from morning 8AM to 5PM. Each team comprises of ten tourists. Theynwill be accompanied by an armed forest guard and four guides. Most of these guides belong to the tribal communities, who are familiar with every regions of this dense forests.
People from all parts of world reach Thekkady every year to enjoy the adventurous Jeep Safari of Thekkady. Jeep Safari is one of most popular off the track activities. This is extremely one of the best ways to explore the dense forests and spice plantations. Jeep safari in Thekkady, also takes you through awesome waterfalls and rare green vegetation.
Thekkady- Take a spice tour
Spice Plantation visit is another major attraction of Thekkady. You will be taken through different spices like cardamom, pepper etc. Out if which cardamom is the main spice plantation in Thekkady. During your spice plantation visit, the representative will explain you the different benefits of spices and how it is cultivated. You also have the option to buy spices during your spice plantation visit.
Alleppey- Go for Houseboat Stay
Kerala packages without houseboat stay seems to be incomplete. There are different houseboats available like deluxe, luxury and premium. According to your budget, you may select one. Food in houseboat is another attractive factor for selecting the houseboat.
Alleppey- Shikkara Ride
Shikkara ride is an open boat ride when compared to houseboat. They charge on hourly base. You will be getting backwater experience in Shikkara ride.
Kumarakom-Go Bird Watching
The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is the right place for bird and nature lovers to spend a lot of time in. It is in Kumarakom in the state of Kerala. This location attracts a lot of tourists from every part of the world. With a great number of residential fowl and migratory birds during specific times of the year, this bird sanctuary is present at a distance of 17 kilometers from Kottayam. There is pathways carved out for visitors
Vagamon- Experience Paragliding
Paragliding is an adventure sport that takes you closest to fly without wings in the beautiful hill station of Vagamon. This activity duration is 20 minutes. No other places in Kerala provide Paragliding.
Varkala- Enjoy in the beach
All beach lovers must visit Varkala. Varkala Beach also known as Papanasam Beach is famous for a natural spring. Which is considered to have medicinal and curative properties. We call Varkala beach as Papanasam beach because dip in this beach purifies all impurities of body and soul.
Kovalam- Enjoy the sunset
Kovalam beach is the perfect beach to enjoy the sunset. Kovalam has 3 important beaches which includes Light House Beach, Samudra beach and Hawah beach. You need minimum 2 days to enjoy Kovalam.
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