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Kerala Tour Packages

God's own country - yes that is what Kerala is popularly known as. And why not? The tranquil locations of this place, its cultural heritage, and its Ayurvedic centers all strive to offer you a complete rejuvenating package. There are lots to explore in this enchanting land; Kerala tours is just one alternative. Beaches, backwaters, houseboats, traditional dance and music; the list is endless.

Embark on Kerala vacations to travel across some of the most fascinating locales you would have ever been to. Be it the cruises or the backwater journeys, traveling across the coastal areas or visiting the revered temples and shrines; Kerala is the ultimate destination for all kinds of tours. Family get-togethers, romantic vacations, adventure trips, and also culinary tours; Kerala tour packages leave not just one dull moment here!


Best Kerala Tour Packages in India

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Taste of Kerala
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Destinations Covered: Cochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Houseboat
Romantic Kerala
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Destinations Covered: Munnar-Alleppey-Kovalam-Trivandrum
Best of Kerala Tour
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Destinations Covered: Cochin - Munnar - Alleppey - Kovalam - Thiruvananthapuram
Discover Kerala Tour
Duration: 16 Days / 15 Nights
Destinations Covered: Mumbai - Mangalore - Bekal - Wayanad - Calicut - Cochin - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Houseboat - Quillon - Varkala - Kovalam (Trivandrum)
The Land Of Backwaters Exotic Kerala
Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Destinations Covered: Mumbai - Kochi - Munnar - Periyar - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Kovalam - Trivandrum - Mumbai
Backwater Holidays
Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Destinations Covered: Cochin - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Cochin
Kerala Backwater Tour
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Destinations Covered: Kochi - Munnar - Alleppey - Kumarakom - Cochin
Oberoi MV Vrinda with Kumarakom
Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
Destinations Covered: On Board Vrinda - Alleppey
Exclusive South India Tour
Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Destinations Covered: Chennai - Bangalore - Mysore - Ooty - Cochin - Periyar - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Kovalam(Trivandrum) - Mumbai
Beauty of South India Tour
Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Destinations Covered: Chennai - Mahabalipuram - Kanchipuram - Chennai - Bangalore - Hassan - Mysore - Ooty - Kochi - Alleppey - Kovalam - Thiruvananthapuram
Tanjore Mararikulam Tour
Duration: 13 Days / 12 Nights
Destinations Covered: Tanjore - Madurai - Kodaikanal - Munnar - Cochin - Mararikulam - Chennai
Kerala Spice Tour
Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Destinations Covered: Kozhikode - Kappad - Vythiri - Cochin
The Oberoi Motor Vessel Vrinda
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Destinations Covered: Lake Vembanad - Alleppey
Beautiful Nest and Backwater Tour
Duration: 20 Days / 19 Nights
Destinations Covered: Trivandrum - Kovalam - Cape Comorin - Varkala - Kumarakom - Periyar - Kottayam - Backwater Tour - Alleppey - Cochin - Calicut - Treehouse - Ooty - Mysore - Bangalore - Mumbai
Kerala Ayurveda Tour
Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Destinations Covered: Trivandrum - Thottapally - Alleppey - Kumarakom - Periyar - Munnar - Cochin - Kovalam Beach - Trivandrum
Backwater and Beach Delight Tour
Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
Destinations Covered: Cochin - Alleppey - Kovalam - Trivandrum
South India Malabar Coast Tour
Duration: 19 Days / 18 Nights
Destinations Covered: Chennai - Covelong - Pondicherry - Tanjore - Madurai - Kodaikanal - Munnar - Cochin - Mararikulam - Chennai
Pastoral Retreat in Kerala
Duration: 10 Days / 9 Nights
Destinations Covered: Cochin-Munnar-Thekkady-Kumarakom-Alleppey-Kovalam-Trivandrum

Kerala Holiday Packages

Discover every nook and corner of God’s Own Country with our Kerala Holiday packages. Be ready to get spellbound at every hill station, city, beach, temple, wildlife sanctuary, and loads more you visit on your Kerala tour. Owing to abundant natural beauty, laid-back vibes, and leisurely feels, Kerala sees a huge influx of Indian and International tourists every year. If you want to delve into Mother Nature too, grab Kerala tour packages with Indian Luxury Trains today.

On a vacation to Kerala, relax amidst the bountiful flora and fauna, enjoy the cool breeze on your face, experience a houseboat stay, ride on the pristine backwaters, savor mouth-watering Kerala cuisine, and witness some breathtaking landscapes. From popular travel destinations in Kerala such as Cochin, Munnar, Wayanad, Periyar, Thekkady, and Trivandrum to the offbeat location of Kottayam, and the most revered pilgrim places, Guruvayoor, our Kerala tour packages bring you the best deals at the best prices. Whether you are on a honeymoon, a family holiday, an Ayurveda retreat, or an adventure break, our tour packages for Kerala will treat you with all the luxuries and provide you memorable experiences.

We create holidays with care to give maximum comfort. Therefore, with our Kerala packages, the visitor gets to enjoy the facilities of smooth transportation, comfortable stays, delectable meals, adventure activities, and great sightseeing tours. We also provide customization services with which guests can design the Kerala itinerary as per their needs and budget. Kerala is calling you for paradisiacal experiences, what aren’t you answering?

About Kerala

Kerala, also known as ‘God’s Own Country’, is among the best places to visit in South India. Each year thousands of romantic couples looking for alone time, families seeking fun holidays for their kids on vacations, and avid backpackers, visit Kerala to get a taste of Kerala. Features like palm-fringed beaches, misty hill stations, wellness resorts, soothing tropical weather, colorful festivals, and enchanting art forms lure tourists domestically as well as internationally. If you wish to behold the beauty of the emerald blue waters of the Arabian Sea, visit Kerala and make your holidays memorable.

According to “National Geographic Travel”, a leading travel magazine, Kerala is among the top 50 must-visit destinations of a lifetime and one of the 10 paradises of the world. And this is a bold statement for you to actually visit and see the beauty of Kerala by yourself.

Experience in Kerala

Kerala, apart from being called God’s Own Country, has much more to offer. It is no doubt a beautiful destination to visit in India but the words cannot define how wonderful and majestic the experiences are in Kerala. From hill stations to wildlife, from beaches to religious shrines, there is so much to explore.

Starting from the capital Trivandrum, visit hill stations like Munnar, Wayanad for their breathtaking beauty, Thekkady for its bountiful flora and fauna, Kumarakom for its pristine beaches, Alleppey for glistening backwaters, and so on. Indulge in ayurvedic treatments, tour the spice plantations, witness wild elephants, exotic birds, and witness the vibrant traditions like Kathakali performances, temple festivals, and interesting snake boat races.

Clothing in Kerala

The traditional clothing of Kerala for women is literally called the ‘Kerala Saree’. You may also call it mundum neriyathum in the local language. They are two pieces where one is draped on the lower part and the other is worn over a blouse. Traditionally, it was tucked inside the blouse but nowadays it is worn over the left shoulder. Also, flowers are a big part of Kerala’s ceremonial attire. Women wear flowers in their hair and both men and women wear them around their necks.

For men in Kerala, the clothing is called Mundu. It is a long garment worn on the bottom half of the body and tucked around the waist.; it reached their ankles. Now that’s conservative! There is also a drape taken over the shoulder that completes the look. However, in rural areas in Kerala, men wear Kasavu Mundu. It is a thicker cloth with a silk border and Christian Keralans tend to wear this only at weddings or ceremonial occasions. If you’re wondering about lungi, then it is casual wear for Keralites. But now jeans and t-shirts are widely worn by people, especially the young generation.

Food of Kerala

Arabian, Malabari, and French influenced, a phenomenal mix of flavors is what makes Keralan cuisine finger-licking. Each dish that you will savor will burst different flavors in your mouth, representing a touch of the state’s culture. Seafood is mainly served in most restaurants and is a major of local weddings and ceremonies. Some of the must-try foods in Kerala include banana chips, appam and stew, Malabari biryani, Karimeen Pollichathu, Chemmeen, Ulli Theeyal, Erachi Ularthiyathu, Kozhi Porichathu, and Sulaimani Chai.

Dance and Music of Kerala

Music and dance are an integral part of Indian culture and Kerala is not less. It has nearly 50 dance forms and each of them is beautifully performed by the finest dancers with mind-blowing expressions. And the costumes and ornaments add character to the dance. Theyyam, Thiruvathirakali, Chakyar Koothu Koodiyattam, and Ottamthullal are some of the popular dances of Kerala. Kathakali and Mohiniattam are what attracts tourists worldwide.

The music of Kerala too is astonishing. It comprises the Margi and desi styles - Margi follows the classical tradition based on set principle and Desi has emerged from the regional tradition with a more easy-going set of rules. Sopana Sangeetham, however, is considered a traditional genre, ethnic to Kerala that influences Kathakali music.

Festivals of Kerala

Kerala celebrates many festivals with much enthusiasm and each of them represents a glimpse of the rich heritage of the state. Some of the most celebrated festivals of Kerala are Onam Festival (Aug/ Sept),  Kerala Boat Festival, Thrissur Pooram Festival (Apr/ May), Attukal Pongala Festival (Feb/ March), Vishu Festival (April), Makaravilakku at Sabarimala Festival (14 Jan every year), and Theyyam Festival (Dec). Apart from these, Christmas is also celebrated with extreme fun and fervor.

Places to visit in Kerala

The serene beaches, quaint hill stations, ayurvedic treatments, adventure activities, abundant flora and fauna, backwaters, and pilgrimage sites are great attributes you get to witness in Kerala. Here are some of the well-known places to visit in Kerala -

  • Munnar
  • Wayanad
  • Idukki
  • Kovalam Beach
  • Varkala Beach
  • Kozhikode Beach
  • Marari Beach
  • Alleppey Backwaters
  • Kumarakom Backwaters
  • Kasargod Backwaters
  • Thekkady
  • Kollam
  • Attukad Waterfalls
  • Meenmutty Waterfalls
  • Mattancherry Palace
  • Bekal Fort
  • Spice Market
  • Connemara Market

Things to do in Kerala

Kerala is a stunning state with a network of lagoons and lakes, interconnected by canals, rivers, and bays, and the tranquil stretch of the backwaters of Kerala makes it worth a visit. You can explore abundant wildlife, delightful cuisine, idyllic beaches, charming hill stations, and get a glimpse into Kerala’s rich culture. Here some top things to do in Kerala

  • Tea Tasting.
  • Spend a night in a houseboat.
  • Enjoy Shikara rides.
  • Watch the Snake Boat Race.
  • Take a Spice Tour.
  • Jeep Safari at Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Stay in a treehouse in Wayanad.
  • Bathe the elephants in Kodanad.
  • Stroll a coffee plantation.
  • Admire the stunning architecture.
  • Witness Theyyam.
  • Go birdwatching in Kumarakom.
  • Go bamboo rafting in Periyar Lake.
  • Indulge in a relaxing Ayurveda session.
  • Try paragliding in Vagamon.

Best Time to Visit Kerala

October to February is the best time to visit Kerala. During this period, the weather is pleasant and comfortable for outdoor pursuits. Kerala receives heavy rainfall between June and August, so it is the best time for Ayurvedic treatment. Select the season, depending on your needs.

Summer (March to May)

Summers in Kerala can be quite hot and humid. The evenings are comparatively pleasant and you can consider visiting Kerala in the summer season. It is a good time to indulge in water-based beach activities at Kovalam, Varkala, and other places. Also, the Thrissur Pooram festival is also celebrated in late April or early May every year.

Monsoon (June to September)

There is heavy rainfall in the monsoon in Kerala and it enhances the appeal of the whole state. Ayurvedic treatments can be enjoyed during this time as they will calm your senses and relax your mind and body. You can visit Idukki, Kovalam, and Wayanad to witness lush greenery. Onam is a major festival in Kerala and is celebrated between August and September.

Winters (October to February)

Winter is the peak tourist season in Kerala. It is perfect for planning a Kerala vacation and enjoying beautiful hill stations and plenty of other attractions. During this time, the weather remains pleasant and comfy, which allows you to enjoy outdoor activities and exploring tourist places in Kerala. Attukal Pongala festival in Kerala is another reason to visit Kerala in winters.


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