Kerala, the beautiful small state lies in the southernmost tip of India. With this seven day trip, you can explore most of Kerala's tourist attractions. You'll need a few days to tour Kerala completely. The state is spread around in a total land area of 38863 sq.km. with 14 different districts. Each district has its tourist destinations with diverse attractions. Tourist places in Kerala include hill towns, beaches, backwaters, forests, etc.
This seven-day trip is packed with all the alluring locations around Kerala. You can enjoy this trip to the most with the best facilities in your destinations and our services. Explore Kerala with your friends, family, or go solo. Your package will have hill stations, wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, backwaters, and beaches. Our executives will customize the best plan for you according to your needs.
Spellbinding beach town with three beaches adjacent to each other. The most crowded and developed beach is the Lighthouse beach which has a tall Lighthouse that gives the whole view of the town and beach. Lighthouse Beach, Hawah Beach, and the Samudra Beach are separated from each other with rocky outcrops. Kovalam has many luxury resorts with great facilities. Some of these resorts provide ayurvedic massages, spas, and treatments.
In this alluring hill town, you can see a variety of attractions including hills, valleys, tea gardens, waterfalls, and wildlife. Munnar is in Idukki district and is a part of the western ghats mountain ranges. This place has got a cool weather all over the year. You can visit Munnar in any season. The Eravikulam national park in Munnar is the largest national park in Kerala. Nilgiri Tahr, the endangered mountain goat species are protected here. You can go for trekking to the top of Anamudi the highest peak here. Also, enjoy activities like mountain biking and rock climbing.
A small beach town on Vypeen island. This attractive beach has a coastline about 15 km long backed with coconut palms. Apart from the beach sports, you can also enjoy watching dolphins swimming in the sea which is a seldom view here. You can get a wondrous visual of sunrise and sunset here. Take a long walk through the palm-filled shores or get a relaxing sunbathe.
A Backwater tourism destination with an amazing backdrop. A houseboat trip through the lakes, lagoons, and other waterways of Kumarakom admiring the beauty of the surrounding village. You can see many rare migratory birds flying around from the nearby bird sanctuary. You can also spend your night in the houseboat itself. Vembanad Lake in Kumarakom is the largest lake in Kerala.
Thekkady is a land with rich wildlife and tropical forests. Periyar wildlife sanctuary homes a large variety of wild animals. You can enjoy watching wildlife from closer distance with a boat trip through the Thekkady Lake. Go for a relaxing leisure walk, a Jungle safari, or Bamboo rafting while in Thekkady. You can also try elephant riding through the sanctuary.
Alappuzha is the most popular backwater destination in Kerala. The town has a large mesh of water bodies and beaches in it. There is a thousand houseboat in Alleppey that awaits traveler every day. These houseboats locally known as Kettuvallams are fully facilitated like a hotel room with furnished bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, etc. You can spend day and night in a houseboat. The boat takes you through the attractive village areas in the daytime and held at a point in the night. The lakes in Alappuzha are the starting point of some fierce boat races.
This is an amazing hill station rich in forest and greenery. The cool atmosphere throughout the year attracts millions of tourists in every season. Chembra peak, the highest peak in Wayanad gives you a wondrous view of the surrounding hills and valleys. You can see the remnants of life in the early days around the town. The carvings and the pictures in the Edakkal caves are identified to be from the prehistoric period. There are many other attractions in Wayanad including waterfalls, Kuruva islands, misty hills, and wildlife. You can enjoy activities like trekking, jungle safari, boating, etc. here.
This city which is called the queen of the Arabian sea is an amazing tourist destination with various attractions including monuments, beaches, art galleries, etc. This is a cosmopolitan city and one of the most active cities in Kerala. It also has historic importance. Kochi was a favorite port for the traders and explorers for years now. The remnants from the early days when the land was occupied from the foreign invaders are still present here.
Athirapally in Chalakudy has the largest waterfall in Kerala. This gigantic many layered waterfall flows down from a height of 80 feet. It is located in the entrance if the Sholayar forests that extends to Tamil Nadu. See the captivating fall, swim in its pool, and trek through its sides. You can also go for a jeep safari into the woods and spot wildlife.