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Kerala, popularly known as the land of Gods, spices, tea plantations, beautiful beaches, backwaters, coconuts, green landscapes, yoga, and Ayurveda, is one of the most visited destinations in India. Plan your trip to Kerala with Tour My India's wide range of tour packages, offering bountiful experiences tailor-made with fun, luxury, and excitement. Explore over 55 varieties of Kerala tour packages offered to both domestic and international travelers, providing a beautiful rendezvous with the beauty of Kerala. Whether it's your honeymoon trip, a family trip, or a journey you wish to indulge in for a rejuvenating Ayurvedic treat, the best Kerala vacation packages from TMI are all you need to avail. You will find the best places to visit in every Kerala Tour itinerary. Starting from the usual tourist attractions like Munnar, Cochin, Periyar, and Thiruvananthapuram to offbeat places like Kottayam and Guruvayoor, TMI brings the best Kerala holiday deals with the best prices. Enjoy a special discount on advanced bookings for Kerala Summer, Monsoon, and Winter packaged tours for 2023/2024.

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Package Name Duration Destinations Covered
Exotic Kerala Tour 9N/10 Days Munnar, Thekkady, Kumarakom, Alleppey, Kovalam, Trivandrum
Best of Kerala Temples Tour 6N/7Days Trivandrum, Guruvayoor, Kottayam, Alleppey, Kumarakom, Cochin
Escape to Kerala 7N/8 Days Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Kanyakumari, Kovalam
Beaches & Backwater Tour Kerala 6N/7 Days Kochi, Alleppey, Thekkady, Periyar, Varkala,
Wonders of Kerala Tour 6N/7 Days Alleppey, Kumarakom, Kovalam, Kochi
Magical Kerala Tour 6N/7 Days Munnar, Periyar, Thekkady, Kumarakom, Kochi
Best of Kerala South India Tour 10N/11 Days Chennai, Cavelong, Pondicherry, Tanjore, Trichy, Maduari, Thekkady, Kumarakom, Alleppey
Kerala Honeymoon Tour 7N/8 Days Kochi, Munnar, Kumarakom, Alleppey

Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Kerala Sightseeing Tour Package

Kerala is one of the most visited places in India and would leave you puzzled while choosing from the enormous list of magnificent places available in the state. Kerala has lush green forests, serene backwaters, water lagoons, magnificent heritages and historical places, new architectural monuments, and much more. For your trip to this soulful Indian state, we have enlisted some of the must go places which have plenty of locations to make your Kerala tour worth it.

  • Alleppey:Alleppey is known as the "Venice of the East" because of its network of canals and backwaters. You can explore the backwaters by boat, canoe, or kayak.
  • Kovalam:Kovalam is a popular beach destination in Kerala. The beaches are known for their white sand and clear water.
  • Munnar:Munnar is a hill station in Kerala that is known for its tea plantations and mountains. You can go hiking, trekking, or camping in Munnar.
  • Varkala: Varkala is a beach town in Kerala that is known for its cliffs and waterfalls. You can go swimming, sunbathing, or rock climbing in Varkala.
  • Thekkady:Thekkady is a wildlife sanctuary in Kerala that is home to elephants, tigers, and other animals. You can go on a safari or a nature walk in Thekkady.
  • Guruvayur: Guruvayur is a temple town in Kerala that is home to the Guruvayurappan Temple, one of the most important Hindu temples in India.
  • Thrissur: Thrissur is a city in Kerala that is known for its Thrissur Pooram, a festival that is held every year in April. You can see the festival and also visit the Vadakkunnathan Temple, one of the oldest temples in Kerala.
  • Kochi: Kochi is a city in Kerala that is known for its historic buildings and canals. You can visit Fort Kochi, the Mattancherry Palace, and the Chinese Fishing Nets.
  • Thiruvananthapuram:
    Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala and is known for its Padmanabhapuram Palace, the Napier Museum, and the Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple.

Kerala, popularly known as the land of Gods, spices, tea plantations, beautiful beaches, backwaters, coconuts, green landscapes, yoga, and Ayurveda, is one of the most visited destinations in India. Plan your trip to Kerala with Tour My India's wide range of tour packages, offering bountiful experiences tailor-made with fun, luxury, and excitement. Explore over 55 varieties of Kerala tour packages offered to both domestic and international travelers, providing a beautiful rendezvous with the beauty of Kerala. Whether it's your honeymoon trip, a family trip, or a journey you wish to indulge in for a rejuvenating Ayurvedic treat, the best Kerala vacation packages from TMI are all you need to avail. You will find the best places to visit in every Kerala Tour itinerary.

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Best Time To Visit Kerala

The best time to visit Kerala is during the winter months, from September to March. The weather is pleasant and cool, with average temperatures ranging from 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. This is a great time to enjoy all that Kerala has to offer, including its beautiful beaches, backwaters, and hill stations.

If you're looking for more specific recommendations, here are the best times to visit different parts of Kerala:

  • For a Beach Holiday:The best time to visit the beaches of Kerala is during the winter months, from November to February. The weather is warm and sunny, with clear skies.
  • For a Backwaters Holiday: The best time to visit the backwaters of Kerala is during the summer months, from April to June. The weather is hot and humid, but the backwaters offer a great way to escape the heat.
  • For a Hill Stations Holiday:The best time to visit the hill stations of Kerala is during the monsoon season, from June to September. The weather is cool and refreshing, and the hills are lush and green. No matter when you decide to visit Kerala, you're sure to have a wonderful time. This beautiful state has something to offer everyone, from stunning natural scenery to a rich cultural heritage.

Summer In Kerela

Temperature range: 36°C to 38°C March to June

Summers can be very hot in Kerala, and humid. The average temperature is 37℃. On some days though, an occasional rainfall brings down the mercury by a few notches. However, tourists do visit Kerala during the summer season. You can visit the beaches, go sightseeing and take a houseboat tour.


Monsoon in Kerala

Temperature range: 32°C to 35°C June to September

There are two main rainy seasons in Kerala: Southwest Monsoon and Northwest Monsoon. Southeast Monsoon arrives in June, and Northwest Monsoon in mid-October. The rains in Kerala are different from the rest of India. There are downpours which last for a few hours before stopping, and then starting again. It doesn’t pour hard all day long. You should visit Kerala during monsoons for two reasons. One, because it’s the best time for Ayurveda rejuvenation therapies. Secondly, the landscape looks colourful, while the waterfalls attain their fullest glory.


Winter in Kerala

Temperature range: 25°C to 30°C November to February

For many people, Kerala is at its most pleasant during winters. Neither is it too cold nor too hot. The average temperature is 28℃. Of course, it can get quite cold in hill stations like Munnar and Thekkady. Two major festivals celebrated during winters are Pongal & Thrissur Pooram.

How To Reach

How To Reach Kerala ?

Kerala is well connected through all modes of transportation, making it easily accessible by road, train, and airways.

By Road

Kerala is well-connected by road to the rest of India. The state is served by National Highways 47, 49, and 17, along with a number of state highways and district roads that connect the major towns and cities of Kerala. The distance from Delhi to Kerala is about 2,550 kilometers, and the journey takes about 35 hours by road. The distance from Mumbai to Kerala is about 1,248 kilometers, and the journey takes about 20 hours by road. The distance from Chennai to Kerala is about 603 kilometers, and the journey takes about 10 hours by road.

By Train

Kerala has a well-developed railway network and is served by the Southern Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Major railway stations in Kerala include Thiruvananthapuram Central, Ernakulam Junction, and Kozhikode Junction. The distance from Delhi to Kerala by train is about 2,450 kilometers, and the journey takes about 32 hours. The distance from Mumbai to Kerala is about 1,150 kilometers, and the journey takes about 18 hours. The distance from Chennai to Kerala is about 550 kilometers, and the journey takes about 9 hours.

By Flight

Kerala has three international airports: Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, Cochin International Airport, and Calicut International Airport. These airports are served by various airlines, including Air India, Jet Airways, IndiGo, and SpiceJet. The distance from Delhi to Kerala by air is about 2,250 kilometers, with a flight time of about 2 hours and 30 minutes. The distance from Mumbai to Kerala is about 1,050 kilometers, with a flight time of about 1 hour and 30 minutes. The distance from Chennai to Kerala is about 450 kilometers, with a flight time of about 45 minutes.

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Sylvia Sedrak

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Excellent Tour Company
TMI/Manvendra were very responsive to our short notice request for an 8 night stay in Kerela. Unfortunately some important details were missed. One hotel was booked 50 minutes away from our destination, which was very difficult after already traveling 5 hours in the car with a baby. Our driver had excellent driving skills but poor English and customer service, which caused frustration. Be sure to specify rooms at hotels when confirming itineraries, otherwise its likely you'll get the lowest standard room option.


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Great Holiday in Kerala
Big Thanks to Mr. Manavendra @ Tour My India for planning and organizing a fabulous family trip for us. He understood our tour brief very well - about travelling with aging parents and kids and scheduled a nice relaxing trip along with optional activities too. Hotel suggestions were great too along with overall transportation and . He also went out of his way to arrange my last minute airport transfer request. We will definitely avail their services again for all our future family getaways in and around India.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Kerala can be visited throughout the year, thanks to its diverse topography. During the summers, hill stations like Munnar are your best bet, while the backwaters and beaches are best visited during the winters. Plan a visit to Kerala during the monsoons if you want to benefit from Ayurvedic massages and treatments.

Some of the best places that honeymoon couples should visit in Kerala are-
  • Munnar:Plan a trip to Munnar with your loved one. Visit the tea plantations and the tea museum, picturesque towns and sightseeing attractions like Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak, Mattupetty & Tea Museum.
  • Wayanad:With plenty of waterfalls, lakes and wildlife sanctuaries, Wayanad is counted among the most popular honeymoon destinations in Kerala.
  • Thekkady:Enjoy a boat ride on Lake Periyar and explore nature at the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Lose yourself amidst nature in Thekkady and observe its rich flora and fauna.
  • Bekal:You can explore the caves, spend some quality time at the Bekal Fort and enjoy a romantic stroll on the beach during your honeymoon vacation in Kerala.
  • Kochi:Visit the city of Kochi to enjoy serenity & sightseeing, observe its rich culture and explore its wonderful architecture. Enjoy the Kathakali dance & take a romantic stroll on Cherai Beach.

The highest trekking peak in Kerala is Anamudi Peak located at an altitude of 2,695 meters.

Some of the popular family tourist destinations in Kerala are-
  • Munnar:Travel to Munnar with your loved one to visit the tea gardens, waterfalls, tea museum and other attractions that make it the most popular hill station in India and Kerala.
  • Kumarakom: Visit Kumarakom to enjoy a houseboat ride across the backwaters dotted with paddy fields, rows of palm trees and fishing villages.
  • Silent Valley National Park:Silent Valley National Park, located in the district of Palakkad, boasts a rich wildlife including birds, mammals, flowering plants and butterflies.
  • Varkala Beach:Varkala is a quiet village home to several tourist attractions including a lovely beach, a 2,000 years old Vishnu Temple and the Ashramam-Sivagiri Mutt, located at a close distance.
  • Athirapally Waterfalls:This waterfall falls from a height of almost 330 feet and is the largest waterfall in Kerala. Forest wildlife in the area includes Indian Elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, gaur and sambar.

Yes, we have special houseboat tour packages for Kerala. You can check at our Backwater tour section.

Yes, we offer Ayurveda treatment packages in Kerala which include stay, meals and other necessary services.

Yes, a houseboat stay is absolutely safe in Kerala.

The peak tourist season in Kerala is during the winters, from November to March. To get the maximum benefits of Ayurveda, monsoon is the best time.

Yes, pick up and drop facilities from the airport/railway station are included in the packages

Yes, vegetarian food is available in the Kerala Hotels and Resorts.

You will have to visit our website, select the package of your choice, fill in the details and one of our travel executives will get back to you as soon as possible

Yes, you can customize our Kerala holiday package.

Although the houseboats operate in the monsoon season, they don’t operate in case of very heavy rains

No, we do not offer the option of night sightseeing in Kerala.

Some of the best destinations to visit in Kerala for beach holidays are:
  • Kovalam Beach:The beach is a haven of serenity and located almost 16 kilometers from the state capital, Thiruvananthapuram. It’s divided into 2 beaches: Eve’s Beach & Lighthouse Beach.
  • Varkala Beach:The beach is famous for its natural spring, a cliff on which stands the 2,000 years old Janardhana Swamy Temple and various Ayurvedic massage centers located close by.
  • Marari Beach:Go to Marari Beach to relax, enjoy the pleasing sights all around and explore the local fishing village located close by. Enjoy water sports like parasailing and sea surfing.
  • Alappuzha Beach:Alappuzha is called the Venice of the East where one can enjoy adventure activities like boating, visit an old lighthouse located close by & Nehru Boat Trophy Race held in August.
  • Kappil Beach:Kappil Beach is a haven of seclusion. Some of the things that you can do here are enjoy a picnic, climb the Kodi cliff and just enjoy the stillness in the surroundings & within you.

Some of the must visit hill stations in Kerala are-
  • Munnar:Visit the famous hill station of Munnar to learn about tea processing, coming across gorgeous sceneries, roaring waterfalls, spice plantations, tea gardens & rich wildlife.
  • Wayanad:Wayanad is famous for its extraordinary beauty, camping & trekking trails, caves, bird watching sites and rich wildlife which can be seen at Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Kumily:Kumily, located on the outskirts of Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Cardamom Hills, is noted for its spice & tea plantations. Explore the plantations, visit the Tribal Heritage Museum & enjoy shopping.
  • Idukki:Idukki is a district which comprises some of the popular hill stations in Kerala like Munnar, Vagamon, Thekkady and Marayur& wildlife sanctuaries like Idukki, Eravikulam&Periyar.

Some of the best places for wildlife holidays in Kerala are:
  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary:Located in Thekkady, Periyar National Park is famous for its 100 years old lake, trees which grow to 140 feet & animals like tiger, gaur & sambar.
  • Eravikulam National Park:Eravikulam is famous for the Neelakurinji, a flower that blooms once every 12 years, and for its wildlife, of which the NilgiriTahr is found in the majority. Its other famous attraction is the Anamudi Peak.
  • Thattekad Bird Sanctuary: The tropical deciduous and evergreen trees in the forest of Thattekad are inhabited by a large number of forest & water birds and is a haven for bird lovers & ornithologists.
  • Silent Valley National Park:Located in the district of Palakkad, Silent Valley National Park is home to almost 16 species of birds, 34 species of mammals, 1000 species of flowering plants & 128 species of butterflies: wildlife overloaded!
  • Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary:Besides acting as the Green Lung of Kochi, Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary is inhabited by almost 194 birds belonging to 32 species. 6 species of mammals have also been recorded.

Book Kerala Holiday Now!

Tour My India is a trustworthy Kerala tour operator, offering unparalleled reliability and trust to travelers from around the world. With over 25 years of experience, Tour My India has a proven track record of creating bespoke budget and luxury holidays and tours that cater to the unique needs and preferences of every traveler. We are passionate about crafting experiences that go beyond the ordinary and offer a seamless blend of adventure, relaxation, and cultural immersion.

At Tour My India, we pride ourselves on offering a comprehensive range of Kerala holiday packages that cater to all kinds of travelers. Whether you are looking for a family tour, honeymoon, adventure, beach, nature, or Yoga & ayurveda retreat, we have got you covered. Our expertise lies in organizing Kerala and South India tour packages that allow you to explore the unexplored and witness the untouched beauty of the region.

With over 10 million happy customers, Tour My India has earned a reputation for excellence in the travel industry. We have established strong partnerships with premium hotels and resorts, ensuring that our guests enjoy the highest level of luxury and comfort during their stay. Our guided tour holidays are designed to take the stress out of traveling, allowing you to sit back, relax and enjoy a holiday that has been expertly planned by people who truly understand your destination.

So, if you are looking for an unforgettable travel experience, speak to our specialist at Tour My India today. Let us help you create memories that will last a lifetime.

More Information On Kerala Tourism

Verdure is the word that you can use to describe Kerala, but that is not sufficient enough to hold all the feeling that you will have lived till the end of your tour to “God’s own country”, Kerala.

Situated in the southwestern part of India, Kerala owns a name for itself in the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The tropical environment of Kerala has given it a different picture then the other parts of India. You can experience mountains to hold your breath and feel the air, serene Backwaters to silently listen to nature, or beaches at sea shore to stop thinking small but as vast as the sea. You may settle your adventure in the middle of famous tea, coffee, and spice farms or sit anywhere to create different scenarios to climb up those pine trees.

Some Popular Highlights of Kerala Tourism
Backwaters Explore the scenic backwaters of Kerala through houseboat cruises, offering a unique experience.
Hill Stations Visit hill stations like Munnar, Wayanad, and Thekkady known for their lush greenery and tea gardens.
Beaches Enjoy the beautiful beaches of Kovalam, Varkala, and Marari, offering sun, sand, and relaxation.
Wildlife Sanctuaries Discover the rich biodiversity of Kerala in wildlife sanctuaries such as Periyar and Silent Valley.
Ayurveda and Wellness Experience rejuvenation through Ayurvedic treatments and wellness retreats available throughout Kerala.
Traditional Arts Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Kerala by witnessing traditional art forms like Kathakali and Mohiniyattam.
Spice Plantations Take a tour of aromatic spice plantations and learn about the cultivation of spices like cardamom and pepper.
Temple Festivals Witness the grandeur of temple festivals, where ancient rituals, vibrant processions, and cultural performances take place.
Boat Races Attend thrilling boat races, such as the Nehru Trophy Boat Race, where teams compete in traditional longboats.
Cuisine Delight in the flavors of Kerala's cuisine, known for its diverse dishes like appam, fish curry, and banana chips.
Natural Wonders

You cannot understand the greatness of the mountains or oceans until you stand in front of them, and you can confront both of them in Kerala. Kerala, as diverse as their people, is diverse in its experiences. The state is covered between western ghats in its eastern part and the Arabian sea on the western side. There are dense tropical forests, mountains and hills, and beaches across the sea line.

Cultural Heritage

One of the oldest and multicultural mixtures of Kerala is renowned in Indian history. Kerala has been the oldest place to be introduced to Islam and Christianity in India. The first mosque and church was built in this state and till now the state has managed its diversity in culture. Your morning will start with the bells, prayers, and azaan in the morning.

Beaches and Coastal Beauty

If you want to do more than just wander around for hours, then there are plenty of beaches for you in Kerala. Out of 14 districts, 9 have beaches, and the Kerala coast runs 580 kilometers with more than 20 beaches. Each beach has its own importance in terms of the vibe it gives. The beaches in Kerala depict culture, beauty, and greatness while providing ideal requirements for everyone. Kannur beach is good for experiencing Kerala culture, while Varkala beach is good for wellness. Kovalam beach is action-packed, and Samudra beach is perfect for romantic conversations.

Backwater & Houseboat Experience

Backwaters are calm water bodies that allow smooth boat rides and a serene natural experience. Backwater boating is a major tourist activity in Kerala tourism that should not be missed.

Kerala backwaters are tourist attractions around the globe. Its breathtaking beauty draws people from all over the world to slow down and enjoy the majestic beauty. Backwaters are actually still water bodies cut out from the sea body, which allows you to enjoy the serene rides of heavenly boats. You can witness rural life along the water, engaged in fishing, rice farming, preparing coir, making boats, etc. Backwaters are also tremendously famous for the boat races organized every year in the autumn time during the festival of Onam. Boat races are organized in Punnamada Lake near Alappuzha.

Spiritual Retreats

Kerala is spiritually distinctive from most other states in India. It is the oldest home to most of the religions and depicts a beautiful medley of cultures. The beauty of “God’s own country” lies in the historical grounds of Kerala, where each of these religions still coexist peacefully. You can close your eyes and get engrossed in the shrines of different religions, and be amazed by their historical facts. The temples, mosques, and churches in Sabarimala, Thiruvananthapuram, and Thrissur will give you an unbreakable belief in spirituality.

Yoga & Ayurvedic Wellness

Ayurveda is the legacy of Keralites, as the Ayurvedic science of medicine has its roots in Kerala. Many tourists come from all over the world to experience Ayurvedic therapy here. Ayurvedic wellness has been part of Kerala tourism for a long time and is promoted as health tourism. One can try an off-spa anywhere in the world, but a full experience of relief from stress and doshas requires a trip to Kerala. Kerala provides the opportunity to relieve physical ailments along with a restful vacation in its marvellous locations.

Wildlife and Nature Reserves

Kerala is also home to a variety of wildlife and natural reserves. Some of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala include the Periyar National Park, the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Silent Valley National Park. These sanctuaries are home to a variety of animals, including elephants, tigers, lions, and monkeys. Kerala also has a number of natural reserves, such as the Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary and the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. These reserves are home to a variety of plants and animals, including rare and endangered species. Kerala is a great place to visit for anyone interested in wildlife and nature.

Spice Plantations

Kerala is known as the "Spice Garden of India" and is home to a variety of spices, including pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, and nutmeg. You can visit the spice gardens and learn about the spices and their cultivation from the experts themselves. The green spice gardens can also be a perfect location for a little hike or a picnic.

Arts, Dance, Festivals & Traditions

The arts, dances, festivals, and traditions of Kerala are a major draw for tourists from all over the world. These cultural attractions offer a unique glimpse into the rich history and culture of Kerala.

Adventure Outdoor Activities

Adventure outdoor activities are a great way to experience the beauty and excitement of Kerala. They are also a great way to get some exercise and have some fun. The activities are made according to all groups of ages and is something to hype up your adrenaline rush so you won’t regret it later.

Delicious Cuisine

From the delicious taste of fish curry, the fullness of beef fry, to the simply delicate idli Kerala has some of the best sound Indian cuisines to offer for their visitors. Nothing beats a meal at the real natural spot thus the taste of Kerala is unforgettable.

Souvenirs to Buy from Kerala

If you have come from northern parts of India or from any other nation, you need to get the majestic souvenirs from the state. The list includes handcrafted materials from the naturally drawn coir or wooden and metallic materials. You may also find the textile and fabrics to be unmatched from what you have ever seen before.

  • Kathakali Masks:Kathakali is a traditional dance-drama of Kerala that is known for its elaborate and colourful face masks. The masks are made of wood or paper and are often decorated with gold or silver leaf.
  • Aranmula Kannadi:Aranmula Kannadi is a traditional metal mirror that is made in the town of Aranmula. The mirrors are made of bell metal and are polished to a high shine.
  • Coir Products:Coir is a natural fibre that is made from coconut husks. Coir products are very popular in Kerala and include items such as mats, baskets, and rugs.
  • Handicrafts: Kerala is known for its beautiful handicrafts, which are made from a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and fabric. Some of the most popular handicrafts from Kerala include figurines, jewellery, and home décor items.
  • Spices:Kerala is known for its spices, and you can buy a variety of spices from the state. Some of the most popular spices from Kerala include pepper, cardamom, and cinnamon.
  • Tea and Coffee:Kerala is also known for its tea and coffee, and you can buy a variety of teas and coffees from the state. Some of the most popular teas from Kerala include Malabar Gold and Nilgiri.
  • Food Items: Kerala has a delicious cuisine, and you can buy a variety of food items from the state to take home with you. Some of the most popular food items from Kerala include banana chips, cashew nuts, and sweets.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind when planning your trip to Kerala:

The peak tourist season in Kerala is from December to February. If you're looking for a more relaxed experience, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons (March-May and September-November).

Kerala is a relatively affordable destination. However, there are a few things to keep in mind, such as the cost of transportation and accommodation.

Kerala is a safe destination for tourists. However, it's always a good idea to take precautions, such as being aware of your surroundings and not carrying valuables with you.

  • Wear comfortable cotton clothes and always carry hats, sunglasses, and lotion.
  • It's advisable to visit only Ayurveda centers approved by the Department of Tourism.
  • Standard restaurants offer Continental, Chinese, Indian, and authentic Keralan food.
  • Some temples may not permit non-Hindus; strict dress codes are followed, and footwear is banned inside.
  • Nudity is not allowed on any beaches in Kerala.
  • Smoking is prohibited in public places.
  • Public displays of affection, such as hugging and kissing, are not accepted or encouraged.
  • Prior permission from the concerned authority of the wildlife sanctuary is required to visit.

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