One of the most famous tourist destinations in India, Kerala offers an equitable climate, glorious beaches, jungles filled with wildlife, teeming backwaters, endless paddy fields, the ancient science of Ayurveda, It’s own unique art, culture, music, dance, festivals, historical monuments and exotic cuisine.
Its lush beauty is simply a complement to its rich traditions, legends and culture. Visibly more prosperous and better organised than most of the rest of the country, it boasts the highest rates of literacy and standards of living in the nation. The appealing thing about Kerala from a visitor’s point of view is that if offers an enticing combination of beaches, backwaters and hills. When you tire of lounging on soft, surf-lashed sand, you can head off on backwater cruises in converted wooden rice barges, venture up into the cooler climes of the Western Ghat mountains for a stay on a tea plantation, or go elephant and tiger spotting in any number of remote national parks. Its’ no wonder that Kerala – ‘God’s own country’ has been rated by National Geographic Traveler as one of the world’s 50 must-see destinations. Choose one of our Kerala package tours today to experience the beauty of the place.
- Scenic Kerala Tour
- A Kerala tour that ensure every moment of the journey is a picturesque one.
- Kerala Hills Tour
- A journey to discover the beauty of Munnar, hill station in Kerala
- Kerala Backwaters tour
- The perfect relaxing vacation you were looking for in beautiful surroundings.
- Honeymoon in Kerala
- A most memorable Kerala honeymoon tour package awaits you.
- Kerala beach tour
- This Kerala tour package will take you to the most relaxing beach in India.
- Golden Triangle & Kerala Tour
- After Taj Mahal, Forts and Palaces, cruise along the serene backwaters.
The coastal state has hot and humid climate during April-May and pleasant, cold climate in December-January. The state doesn’t have to face any dry period, or the scorching sun like other parts of the country. Summer months are from April to June. During this period the temperature reaches a maximum of 33 degrees Celsius & the minimum remains within 20 degree Celsius at sea level.
Winter arrives bringing a certain drop in the temperature and you can feel a slight chill in the air due to the cold winds. Winter is truly enjoyable and lasts from November to January or February.
In God’s Own Country festivals are true celebrations, occasions to exhibit their grandeur in complete contrast to their usual simplicity. Be it the state festival of Onam or the one at a local place of worship, new attire and sumptuous feasts are a must to bring in the festive spirit. Besides being occasions for merry-making, festivals of Kerala have traditionally been preservers of the art and culture of the land.
There are elephant festivals in different regions and also the boat races that are a distinct feature of this state, most popular being the Champakullam and Nehru Trophy boat races.
Kerala is a fairly safe state in India, you can relax without worrying too much. However be cautious of over friendly people and do not get into conversations with complete strangers. Hire reputable and reliable guides from your hotel. Hire reliable taxis from your hotel, they are safer for you. Dress modestly, as too much skin show and public display of affection may warrant unnecessary attention. Drink bottled water, which is easily available at all local shops, and complimentary at the hotels. Please keep your passport in a safe place in your hotel, you don’t need to carry it with you at all times.