There are a plethora of Kerala tour packages, but discretion is required to select one that truly satisfies your interests in nature, history, art, culture, cuisine, or leisure. We assist you in selecting inexpensive Kerala vacation packages.
Kerala's status as "God's own country" is not exaggerated; it has a beautiful 600-kilometer unspoiled coastline that hugs the Arabian Sea, palm-lined beaches, a network of tranquil backwaters that are home to a lively rural life, the misty tea-covered Western Ghats, wildlife reserves with endemic flora and fauna, and spice plantations that abound in its valleys and hill slopes.
One of the cleanest and perhaps friendliest states in the country, Kerala is a joy to explore. You can see historical temples and museums in Trivandrum, experience maritime history in Cochin (Kochi), or take a boat ride to islands like Mattancherry to learn about the island's Jewish roots.
A passion for Ayurveda, which promises to calm frazzled nerves, a culture that is defined by colorful folk art and dance forms, a cuisine that uses spices sparingly but generously, and Simply slow down and let all of its sights and smells surround you.
When looking for Kerala vacation packages, make sure these places are on your itinerary.
Alleppey: Alleppey or Alappuzha, Kerala's getaway into the backwaters, is crammed with a thousand houseboats that are either anchored or motoring down a maze of canals. The Alleppey backwaters, which run to its south, north, and east, are a major hub for the state's coir industry. Here, you'll come face to face with beautiful rural scenery that you'll remember for a long time.
You could take one of the bulky rice barges or a houseboat and let it slowly take you down the Kollam route. A backwater life that is both picturesque and heartbreaking is housed in the green waterways that have a lot of coconut trees along the edges. On your deck, you can observe young children departing in punted canoes or wooden boats for school, toddy shops getting ready for the day, village women stooping over their paddy crop, and elderly people sitting in a huddle reminiscing, until a thousand ducks decide to cross and stop everything.