Pack your bags and get set to travel through the Gods own country by making a choice out of all the tourist destinations in Kerala. Bestow tour packages makes your journey a memorable one by giving you the opportunity to explore the places here. Travel through the low mountains here and row along the Backwaters here where exclusive Tour packages has been designed for you. As you stride past the elegance of this land, you can absorb the culture that is beholden to the locals. Visit the best destinations like Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey and lot more of other places which are on the exclusive packages of bestow tour packages made with all amenities for the tourists. Capture the sights of various art forms that are performed to showcase the history of the state. Feel the monsoon breeze which reflects on the happiness you get to share with your family and friends. Carry back souvenirs made of natural raw materials that stands as the identity of Kerala for your loved ones Walk along the lush green nature, grab the most authentic food along with memorable sights to make the journey unforgettable. Come to Kerala where you can explore and enjoy every bit of her magnificence.
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With exquisite geographical beauty, ancient traditions, vibrant cultural expressions, a sense of all pervasive serenity and people for whom hospitality is intrinsic to their nature, Kerala is a honeymooner’s paradise. Revel in your romance travel to some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Kerala has it all, fabled backwaters, secluded beaches, tea and spice plantations, mountain ranges with mindboggling biodiversity and places of great historical antiquity.
From the moment of your arrival in Kerala we will ensure that you will enjoy the finest that Kerala has to offer, the most exclusive bridal suite in a luxury hotel, a quiet getaway to a plantation resort, a mountain hideaway set in a tea garden, a serene backwater cruise or secluded beach resort or a memorable backwater cruise, we guarantee that you will take home some very special memories.
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Kerala offers a range of destinations to choose from. Busy cities, beautiful beaches, cool green mountains, wildlife sanctuaries, traditional palaces and temples, the soothing backwaters, and authentic Kerala hotels provide the traveler with a unique experience. The untainted beauty of Kerala will touch you with its freshness.
Take an Ayurvedic health holiday in Kerala – a real treat for the body and soul! Come experience the healing touch of this 5000-year-old medical science. Relax and recoup in tranquil surroundings. An Ayurvedic holiday will transform your definition of “vacation”!
Kerala, a narrow strip of emerald green paradise in southwestern India, is sandwiched between the Western Ghats on its east and the Arabian Sea on its West. Blessed with meandering rivers, lagoons, backwaters, rich vegetation, lush green hills, and exotic wildlife, it truly is ‘God’s Own Country,’ and there is a lot to see and do. A great way to explore what is on offers kerala tour packages.
Start your journey or Kerala tour from the active port city of Cochin (Kochi) and get to the picturesque location of Munnar. If you have time to spare, you can visit a few other places on the way. From Munnar, move on to Thekkady. Visit the Idukki Dam, Wagamon, and Aruvi on the way. Alternatively, you could take a direct route from Munnar to Thekkady, enjoying the scenery along the way.
Travel along the KK Road out of Thekkady to Kottayam and from there, to the most spectacular backwater getaway of Kumarakom. Also, check out the beaches and waterways of Alappuzha. Places in southern Kerala and Tamilnadu can be accessed by road – the NH47 (National Highway 47) runs along the coast. Kollam, a much-famed cashew hub, is worth a visit, and so are the Paalaruvi Dam and Thenmala (trekking trail) on the Tamil Nadu border. Thivananthapuram, well known for its palaces and the Pathmanabapuram Temple, and the beaches at Kovalam are a few other must-see locations. While in Tamil Nadu, do not miss the waterfalls and temples at Thenkasi and Courtrallam.
It is recommended that you take a taxi or Kerala tour packages to explore this region. It may cost more, but it saves a lot of travel time. Using a bicycle or a rented motorcycle is also a good alternative. It is easy to find a hotel in Kerala, check out some of our places to stay, or if you want to choose a place based on location, our map can show you the way. Our hotels in Kerala offer great value for money.
Kerala tour package has several unique geographical and cultural features that make it extremely attractive to tourists from all over the world. Beaches, backwaters, hills, valleys, wildlife, waterfalls, paddy fields, green plantations in the high altitudes, Ayurvedic wonders, art forms and festivals, historical and cultural monuments, mouth-watering cuisine – what more can one ask for! Sail across the tranquil backwaters of Quilon and Alleppey in traditional houseboats and treat your taste buds to the state’s exotic cuisine while onboard. Sailing along the backwaters is one of the biggest attractions for visitors. This intricate network of lagoons, lakes, rivers, and canals is an intrinsic part of the local lifestyle. The boats sail across shallow lakes and canals, which are lined by swaying palms and dotted with Chinese fishing nets. Watch coir (coconut fiber), copra, and cashew being loaded onto boats. You can catch a glimpse of the people living in small settlements on unbelievably narrow strips of land between the water bodies. And if you’re lucky, you might even see traditional boats with their gigantic sails and dragon-shaped prows.
Travel to the picture-perfect hill stations of Ponmudi and Munnar, the blue lagoons at Veli, visit the stunning green plantations, discover the exotic wildlife, marvel at the high mountain peaks and deep valleys, visit the magnificent forts and intricately decorated temples – and what’s more, each of these destinations is just about two hours away from the next! That itself is a rare advantage, for you won’t have to miss a thing. There are many great places to see in Southern India. Being the gateway to the South, many flights arrive in Chennai. After taking in the city, you can head west, seeing the sights of Bangalore (Karnataka), before heading to Kerala, and then north along the amazing coastline to Goa. You could then continue north via Pune to the vibrant city of Mumbai.
Kerala has the distinction of never being directly governed by the British. Even during the colonial reign in India, the areas in and around Thiruvataamkoor in Kerala were ruled by the native kings, with the people following age-old customs and traditions. There are no major changes in the lifestyle even today, and the rich heritage and culture are still intact. Hinduism has been prevalent in Kerala since its early days. St. Thomas, the disciple of Christ, later propagated Christianity here. For the past two thousand years, Christianity and Judaism have thrived here. Islamic influence is strong in Northern Kerala. This diversity of religious belief is reflected in all aspects of life, including food, clothing, and even the dialects of the local language, Malayalam.
Kerala is equally rich in art and culture. Immerse yourself in the “lasya bhava” of Kerala’s classical dance form Mohiniyattam, or experience the drama of “Natya” in Kathakali, another classical dance form of Kerala. “A Day with the Masters” at the Kerala Kalamandalam will give you a glimpse of the magical world of Kerala’s large canvas of performing arts. Treat your senses to the delights of Kerala tour packages, and fall in love with this mesmerizing land! We can help with every aspect of your travel to Kerala. So choose your destination, select the accommodation in Kerala which meets your needs and relax. Kerala Hotels will do the rest.
An extremely popular South Indian hill resort, Munnar is situated at an altitude of 6000ft in the Western Ghat mountains at the confluence of three mountain streams in Idukki district. Historically the summer resort of the erstwhile British administration in south India, Munnar still has many remanents of colonial architecture. We have on offer numerous resorts set in secluded and picturesque settings that are ideal for honeymooning couples. With vast expanses of tea plantations, ‘shola’ forests, rivulets, waterfalls and cool weather Munnar is also ideal for trekking and mountain biking.
There are numerous serene and secluded resorts and plantation home stays in Thekkady that are perfect for a honeymoon. A visit to The Periyar National Park in Thekkady, a sanctuary that is a tiger reserve and famous for its dense evergreen, semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests and savanna grass lands that are home to herds of elephants, sambar deer, tigers, gaur, lion-tailed macaques and nilagiri langurs will be the highlight of your visit. The splendid artificial lake formed by the Mullaiperiyar Dam across the Periyar River adds to the charm of the park and the greatest attraction of Periyar are the herds of wild elephants that come down to the lake. You could also opt to visit Thekkady’s natural spice plantations of black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and clove.
Poovar is a small coastal village south of Trivandrum set beside the estuary of the river Neyyar. Situated close to Vizhinjam, a natural harbor, Poovar was an ancient centre of commerce trading in timber, sandalwood, ivory and spices. Poovar is truly very beautiful: serene surroundings, the beach separating the meandering river from the sea, the silence punctuated by the sound of waves and the birds. The area is abundant in endemic flora, with hundreds of species of spices, exotic flowers besides stretches of banana and coconut groves. You could opt for a cruise to a neighbouring fishing village or visit a centuries old martial arts village.
Consisting of three crescent shaped beaches with steep palm covered headlands that are separated by rocky outcroppings, the shallow waters off Kovalam stretching out for hundreds of metres are just right for swimming. The Light House Beach with its still functional light house, several top class Ayurvedic salons and regeneration resorts, Kovalam is a beautiful setting for the rejuvenation of body and mind, and for love.
Set against the backdrop of the Vembanad Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Kerala, Kumarkom is home to a spectacular variety of flora and habitat for many marine and freshwater fish with pearl spot, shrimp and prawns being the most popular among visitors. The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is a popular bird sanctuary extending over 14acres where many species of migratory birds visit. Luxury and budget resorts lined up on the shores of the lake provide tourists with facilities for boating, yachting and fishing, with panoramic views of the lake.
Embark on a day or overnight luxury cruise through the fabulous backwaters of Kerala. Once used as barges to ferry grain, the boats have today been modified into luxurious houseboats with the state of the art in amenities. Your cruise will pass through palm fringed backwater canals, watching the daily lives of the people who live here along the banks. And all along you will only have each other and your thoughts for company.
The area is ideal for those who would like to spend their honeymoon amidst nature. Wayanad is a quaint hill district in north western Kerala, in a region of immense beauty and a dazzling variety of wildlife and fauna. The majestic landscape is composed of lofty ridges, dense tropical forests, spectacular waterfalls and gurgling mountain streams with trekking trails snaking through the forests and numerous spots ideal for adventure sports. Situated in the forests are numerous resorts that offer the state of the art in amenities and comfort in serene secluded surroundings, just right for your honeymoon.
The main attractions of Bekal are the superb beach and the imposing Bekal fort. The Bekal beach fringes a stretch of shallow water, offers spectacular views of the fort. The imposing, circular fort is over 300 years old and is one of the largest and best preserved forts in Kerala situated on a headland that runs into the Arabian Sea. Bekal is still a relatively unknown destination on the west coast and therefore less crowded with some very nice resorts in the area.
The Athirappaly Falls, a breathtaking waterfall that drops about 80 feet,and the Vazhachal Falls further downstream on the Chalakudy River are both spots ideal for picnics. The Western Ghats mountains are one of the most interesting biodiversity hotspots in the world. Many endangered and endemic species of flora and fauna are found in the forests of the Athirapilly-Vazhachal area. This area is the only place in the Western Ghats where four endangered Hornbill species are seen. Athirapally is ideal if you are seeking to combine your your honeymoon in a couple of top notch resorts in the area.
An eco tourism project set inside the Periyar Reserve forest, Gavi combines serene seclusion and an authentic jungle experience as well. The evergreen forests are abundant with a variety of wildlife including tigers, elephants, leopards, bears, Indian gaur, sambar, barking and mouse deer, lion tailed macaque, other varieties of monkeys, nilagiri marten. The forests are also home to over 320 species of birds -nature at her best and an ideal honeymoon locale for nature lovers.
Marari isn’t just another tourist beach but a beautiful and serene to relax and unwind. Those who visit Marari look forward to the slow pace of life, and soaking up the serenity and tranquility on the deserted sandy beaches. It is one of the most beautiful destinations in Kerala, and has been rated as one of the world’s top five hammock beaches by a National Geographic survey.