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6 Days Packages

Kerala 6 Days Tour Package

Kerala 6 days tour packages

Kerala, the land of beauty and passion is the best destination for your holiday trip. The natural grace and greenery of God’s own country attract each and every one in the world. Kerala is best for both family trips and honeymoon trip. To take a break from all stress and issues in your life book Kerala 6 days tour package and find that happy laughing personality in you.

There are many attractive destinations in Kerala. Beaches, backwater, hill stations, waterfalls and more, these are the gifts of Mother Nature to Kerala. The word meaning of Kerala is 'land of coconut'. As the name indicates it is actually a land full of coconut trees. Coconut trees through the sides of rivers and beaches is a beautiful scenery.

Munnar hill stations the best spot for romantic couples. The cool breeze and fresh air refresh your mind. The beaches in Kerala are really a fun spot for kids. Your family can spend time in the beach by playing, swimming, watching sunset and sunrise etc. Kids always love to build big and small castles in the sand. House boating through backwater will be another beautiful experience for you. Other destinations like wildlife sanctuaries will give yourself to explore the beauty. So totally Kerala 6 days tour package will be an awesome memorable trip. The Kerala tour packages are economical and will give you the best travel experience.

Appealing Flora and Fauna

Kerala is an enchanting little land with attractive forests, lakes, waterfalls, highlands, beaches and a lot more. Eastern sides of Kerala is covered with the western ghats mountain ranges which is declared as a world heritage site. Many lakes, hills, valleys, grasslands, tropical forests, and rainforests fill this high ranges with a large variety of wildlife. 41 rivers in Kerala, among the total 44 rivers, originates from the Western Ghats. There are 12 wildlife sanctuaries and 2 national parks in this range. Diverse species of beasts and birds even the nearly extinct ones are protected in the forests here. And, the western side of Kerala is the coastal area by the Arabian sea. This belt contains a large network of waterways including beaches, backwaters, lagoons, etc. The regions below the sea level are converted to fields mainly for paddy cultivation. Kerala is popular for its abundant coconut palms, and rice fields.

Ideal Destinations For Your 6-Day Tour

You'll explore the hill stations, enchanting waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, backwaters and houseboat rides in your six-day Kerala tour package. In these 6 days, enjoy as many attractions across Kerala along with activities and tranquility. Make our moments are keen to customize the best packages for you including all your favorite locations.

High Ranges And Hill Towns

High ranges are the hill town in the eastern sides of Kerala which is a part of the western ghats mountain ranges. These mountains are around 1500m above the sea level with the peaks high up to 2500m. These attractive hill stations have abundant wildlife and resources in its mighty forests. Apart from that, there are valleys, gorges, waterfalls etc. in this range. Most of the rivers in Kerala originates in the Western Ghats mountain ranges. Munnar and Wayanad are the most popular hill towns in Kerala. Munnar with its amazing landscape and cool climate attract thousands of visitors on a daily basis. It is blessed with mist covered mountains, deep valleys, tea and spice gardens, waterfalls, forests, lakes, and so on. You can enjoy activities like trekking, mountain biking, paragliding, boating, etc. in Munnar. This is also one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in Kerala. Wayanad is famous for its lush greenery and thick forests. wayanad also has a constant cool climate throughout the year that makes it possible to explore the place any time in the year.

River, Lagoons, Backwaters, And Beaches

Kerala is famous for its backwaters and backwater tourism. Vembanad lake in Kumarakom is the largest lake in Kerala. Most of these lakes and waterways stretch out to the Arabian Sea on the western part of the state. There is a large mesh of canals, lakes, inlets of oceans etc. in places like Alappuzha. There are 44 rivers in this god's own country out of which 41 starts flowing from the western ghats mountain ranges. The rivers flow down to join the Arabian sea from different places. Along with all these majestic water bodies, Kerala also has a handful of attractive waterfalls. Athirapally is the largest waterfall in Kerala that forms many parallel layers between the rock while flowing. This enchanting fall has a height of 80 feet. And for beaches, Kerala has many. Cherai, Fort Kochi, and Kovalam are the most visited beach towns in Kerala. Bekkal, Kozhikode, Kannur, Alappuzha, Varkala, etc. are other places with beaches. Kovalam is the most developed beach and is internationally popular. You can enjoy beach sports and other activities like sunbathing, swimming, etc. from the shores of beaches here. A lazy walk through the sun kissed beaches with long coconut palms in the backdrop is an amazing experience.

Forests And Wildlife

Kerala is a land with significant biodiversity. Kerala is mostly covered with wet evergreen rainforest on the eastern side in the parts of the western ghats. There are about 14 wildlife sanctuaries and six national parks in these forests. Periyar and Parambikulam are two famous tiger reserve in Kerala. From these forests, you can spot wildlife from as nearest as you can get. Diverse species of wild beast and birds are sheltered here. If you are a bird watching enthusiast go visit the Kumarakom bird sanctuary where you can find local birds like waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, egret, heron, etc. and migratory birds like the Siberian crane, parrot, teal, lark, and flycatcher. The endangered mountain goat species Nilgiri Tahr is protected in the Eravikulam national park, the largest national park in Kerala. Or you can explore Athirapally for its enchanting waterfall amid the Sholayar forests. Silent valley in Palakkad which is a part of Nilgiri Biosphere reserve homes more than 1000 species of flowering plants, 34 species of mammals, 128 species of beetles, 200 species of butterflies, 400 species of moths and so on. You can enjoy trekking in some of these forests. A jungle safari in a jeep is a thrilling experience. Some of the districts provide elephant safari and jungle tour for the visitors.

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