Known as “God’s own country”, Kerala is home to mesmerizing beaches, serene backwaters, and beautiful tea plantations. Also popular for its wildlife sanctuaries, temples, and hill stations, Kerala is one of the most popular holiday destinations to shortlist if you wish to getaway from the city life. Before visiting the beautiful place and booking Kerala tour packages, it is important to do your research and include places you wish to visit on your trip. To help you, in this blog we cover five places you must-visit on your Kerala tour.
Munnar is one of the top places tourists love to visit when booking Kerala tour packages. Famous for tea plantations, Munnar is home to a number of tourist attractions, including Blossom Park, Attukal Waterfalls, Anamudi, Eravikulam National Park, Kundala Lake, and Cheeyappara Waterfalls. The ideal time to visit Munnar is between the months of October and March. You can book a flight or train to Munnar. Kochi Airport is about 52 kms away from Munnar and, when booking trains, the closest railway station from Munnar is a distance of 110 kms – the Aluva Railway Station. Do your research and, when booking your Kerala tour from Mumbai or any other place, make sure you include Munnar in you itinerary to make your trip memorable.
Known as Kerala’s beach paradise, Kovalam is a must-visit if you wish to spend a peaceful time with your friends, family, or loved one. Home to numerous coconut trees, soothing breeze, and golden sand, Kovalam is also home to a number of other attractions, such as The Lighthouse, Halcyon Castle, Vellayani Lake, Akkulam Lake, Valiyathura Pier, and Rock Cut Caves. The ideal time to visit Kovalam is between the months of September and March. You can reach Kovalam by both, air and train. The Trivandrum airport and Railway station are closest to Kovalam, with a extra-travel distance of 15 km and 14 km respectively. Do your research and include the mesmerizing beach in your “must-visit places” shortlist when booking Kerala tour packages.
Popular for its greenery and mesmerizing paddy fields, Wayanad is a top tourist attraction not only for the picturesque view, but the different cultures too. A few “must-see” places in Wayanad include Lakkidi View Point, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Thirunelli Temple, Banasura Sagar Dam, and Kuruvadweep. The closest airport, located 95 kms from Wayanad, Kripur International Airport. If you wish to travel by train, book tickets till the Kozhikode Railway Station and travel 72 kms by road to reach Wayanad. Visit Wayanad in the months of October and May to make the most of your Kerala trip.
Popularly known as a tourists paradise, Kumarakom is situated near Vembanad Lake, surrounded by beautiful sceneries. Houseboats are available at Kumarakom to enjoy your stay and experience something different with your family, friends, or loved one. Kumarakom is home to one of the most popular bird sanctuaries in Kerala, making it a must-visit place if you are booking a Kerala tour from Ahmedabad or any other place. Other attractions you cannot miss when visiting Kumarakom include Cheriyapally, Valiyapally, Juma Masjid, Pathiramanal Island, and Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls. Kochi Airport and Kottayam Railway Station are the closest means to reach Kumarakom, both at a distance of 85 kms and 16 kms respectively. Visit this peaceful, heaven on earth holiday destination between the months of September and May and enjoy the best Kerala has to offer.
Thiruvananthapuram is Kerala’s capital city known as the most beautiful and greenest cities. Home to a number of mesmerizing beaches, historic monuments, and serene backwaters, Thiruvananthapuram must top your “to-visit” places when booking Kerala tour packages with your family, friends, or loved one. A few tourist attractions in Thiruvananthapuram include Kowdiar Palace, Veli Lagoon, Attukal Temple, Thiruvananthapuram Zoo, Karamana River, and Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Visit the beautiful capital of Kerala between the months of October and February to remember your Kerala trip for a lifetime.
Before booking Kerala tour packages, do your research about the weather conditions, accommodation, and other important aspects to make the most of your Kerala trip. Remember the five places mentioned in this blog and book your Kerala tour package from a reputable company, to avoid any problems on your holiday.