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Explore the tropical landscape and relax on beaches!

Facing the Indian Ocean and located in the southwest India, Kerala is renowned as the 'God's own country' due to its scenic beauty. The beautiful ...
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Trip Planning FAQs

When is the best time to visit Kerala?
It depends on your itinerary. The peak season of Kerala tour is winter from September to March, when the weather is not scorching and less humid. It is the most comfortable time for a backwater cruise. As summer from April to May is the off season, you can enjoy a less-crowded tour during this period, and it is recommended to visit the hill stations. If you want to experience the Ayurveda treatment, you are advised to arrange your Kerala tour package in the Monsoon season from June to August.
What are the top things to do in Kerala?
Visiting Kerala, you don't want to miss the wonderful cruise on the backwaters in Alappuzha, which is the most popular activity in Kerala packages. Besides, exploring the tea town Munnar, strolling through the Kochi's streets with mixed architectural styles of Europe and India, relaxing on the peaceful beaches in Kovalam, and getting close to the ancient South India by visiting the heritages in Trivandrum are also must-dos in your Kerala tour package.
How many days are good for a Kerala tour?
If you have enough time, we recommend that you have a Kerala tour for at least a week, which allows you to enjoy most of the must-go highlights. Our best-designed 7-day Kerala package will take you to the popular city Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady famous for wildlife and certainly the backwaters in Alappuzha. Besides, we can also take you to the beautiful beaches in Kovalam, and the bird sanctuary in Kumarakom if you have four more days for your holiday. If you only have a short time for journey, you can still have a good time by planning a 4-day Kerala tour of Kochi, Munnar and Thekkady.
How to reach Kerala?
Kerala has a sound transportation system, which comprises of roads, railways, and airlines. It has four international airports, over two hundred train stations, and convenient buses for you to choose. The most comfortable way to travel Kerala is to take flight and private vehicles, which are available in our private Kerala packages.
What should I wear travelling to Kerala?
As Kerala is located in tropical area, you need to wear cool clothes like T-shirts and dresses for the comfort. Although in the urban Kerala there is a growing acceptance of clothing, most people in Kerala is still conservative, so we recommend you choose loose and long ones when you decide to wear pants or skirts. You also need to prepare a sweater or a coat for the tour of Kochi and Munnar that rich in hill stations. A pair of comfortable sneaker is necessary, and the sandals can be packed for your beach tour.
What should I bring for a Kerala trip?
The humid and hot climate in Kerala is pleasant to an annoying creature - mosquitos, which disturbs your sleeping and the mood of relax. The mosquito repellent is indispensable in your Kerala tours. Due to the rain visits Kerala from time to time, the rain gear should also be packed. If you are going to the beaches, the sunblock, sunglasses and hats can give you a better experience. Last but not least, never forget to bring camera to record the memorable moments, and leave some space for the souvenirs.
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