Kerala God's own country - Family Trip To Kerala Tour Package

Kerala God's own country - Family Holidays Kerala Tour Package
Kerala God's own country - Family Holidays Kerala Tour Package


Kerala is known for its beautiful backwaters, white sandy beaches, lush green hills, and breathtaking mountain views. If you want to explore these places then you should plan your trip well beforehand. You have plenty of options to choose from depending on your budget and preferences. 

Kerala is a state in south India, bordered by Karnataka to the north, Tamil Nadu to the east, Andhra Pradesh to the southeast, and the Arabian Sea to the west. In addition to being a tourist destination, Kerala is considered to be the best place to live in India. Kerala is home to many tourist attractions including lush green forests, white sandy beaches, and beautiful backwaters, hill stations, wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, and temples.

The climate of Kerala can best be described as a tropical monsoon climate, with two distinct seasons - summer (March to May) and winter (November to February). In between these two seasons, there is a short dry season called the monsoon. Monsoon rains bring heavy showers and thunderstorms. Kerala receives around 600-700 millimetres of rain annually.

Kerala is a land of natural beauty. Its landscapes feature rolling hills covered with tea plantations, coconut groves, rubber plantations, and coffee farms. There are over 1,500 species of birds in Kerala. The Western Ghats mountain range runs along the western coast of Kerala.

Kerala State is very well connected to the rest of India. It is linked to the Indian mainland by road and rail networks. Kannur International Airport is located in Kannur city. It is the only airport serving the entire Malabar region. Kochi is the nearest major international airport.

Kerala is famous for its rich cultural heritage. The people of Kerala are friendly and hospitable. The culture of Kerala is influenced by Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism. The festivals celebrated throughout the year include Onam, Vishu, Christmas, Easter, Good Friday, Diwali, Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha, and Janmashtami.

Kerala is the only state in India where English is not spoken. Most people speak Malayalam, a language related to Sanskrit. Hindi is widely understood and spoken.

Kerala is one of India's safest states. Crime rates are low. However, petty crimes do occur. Thefts and robberies happen frequently. People should be careful while travelling alone late at night. Avoid walking alone in isolated places.

There are many things to do in Kerala. You can enjoy the amazing beauty of the Kerala state. Visit the local markets and buy handicraft items. Go sightseeing and visit historical monuments. Enjoy the delicious food and traditional cuisine. Explore the backwaters and go fishing. Take a boat ride and watch the sunset.

Kerala is home to some of the best hospitals in India. Hospitals provide quality medical care. Medical facilities are good. Doctors are experienced and qualified.

Kerala is ranked first among all Indian states in terms of literacy rate. Literacy is high. More than 90% of people have access to education. Schools and colleges are abundant. Universities offer excellent academic programs.

Kerala is known for its religious tolerance. Hindus, Christians, Muslims, and Buddhists coexist peacefully. Religious freedom is respected. Kerala is safe for tourists. Visitors can travel anywhere without any fear.

largest bird scalpture Jatayu Earths Center Kerala
largest bird sculpture Jatayu Earths Center Kerala


What is the best time to visit Kerala?

Here we have listed some of the best times to visit Kerala according to weather conditions.

January-March

January to March is the best time to visit the Kerala trip. The climate here is pleasant throughout the year, but the temperature drops slightly during the winter months. Rainfall is not much during this period. You can enjoy the warm sunshine and clear blue skies without any interruption. Also, the seawater remains calm during this season.

April-June

April and June are considered the best months to visit Kerala if you want to experience the monsoon season. Monsoons bring heavy rains and thunderstorms. However, the rain does not last long and the sun comes out after each shower. The temperature is pleasant during this period.

July-September

July to September is the ideal time to visit Kerala if you love spending time at the beach. The climate here is hot and humid. There are frequent showers and thunderstorms. But, they do not last long. The temperature is pleasant throughout the day. The humidity level goes down considerably.

October-December

October to December is the best time to visit Kerala if you aim to witness the Christmas festivities. The climate here is cool and dry. The average rainfall is less than what it is during the monsoon season. The temperature is pleasant. 

So, now you know about the best time to visit Kerala. Make sure you book yourself an early flight so you can avoid disappointment.

Family Trip to Kerala Tour Package | Is Kerala worth visiting?

Duration : 08 Nights & 09 Days

Places Covered: Trivandrum - Varkala Beach - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Thekkady (Periyar) - Munnar - Kochi

Kerala Tourism ensures an unforgettable experience for family holidays in Kerala - God’s Own Country. Curving alongside the azure Arabian Sea, Kerala is one of the most charming and captivating states of India. It is one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in India with the right ambience, lush greenery, beautiful beaches, picturesque hill stations, luxury houseboats, breathtaking backwaters, and of course excellent accommodation facilities.

There are several holiday spots in these beautiful states which are worldwide popular as family holidays. Kovalam, Fort Kochi, Varkala, Alleppey, Kumarakom, Kollam, Munnar, Ponmudi, Wayanad, Periyar, etc are some popular destinations which are very popular as family holidays in Kerala, God’s Own Country.

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Day: 01 Trivandrum / Kochi - Varakala beach

On arrival at Kochi Airport or Trivandrum Airport, Holidays 4 India representative will receive you with a warm welcome and transfer you to the famous Varkala Beach Resort. On arrival, check in at pre-booked hotel. Freshen up and relax. Enjoy a welcome drink.

Stroll along the beautiful seashore fringed by the swaying palm coconut trees and sparkling silver sands with pristine water that creates mesmerizing beauty and grabs the heart of vacationers. Return to the hotel to dine and spend the night.

Day: 02 Varkala beach

Take your breakfast at the hotel. Visit the 800- year- old Janardhana Temple dedicated to Lord Ayyappa and Lord Hanuman. Varkala is also noted for its religious significance and is often referred to as the Kashi of Southern India. In the afternoon enjoy a visit to the tranquil and scenic Papanasam Beach.

The beach is the perfect place for watching panoramic sunset over the horizon. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the beach created by lush coconut trees. Enjoy a sunset view over the sea. In time return to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day : 03 Varakala - Kumarakom Backwater

Have your breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy the journey to Kumarakom which is a famous backwater destination in Kerala. It is also noted for Kumarakom Water Bird Sanctuary. Check into your hotel in Kumarakom. Freshen up and relax. In the evening, enjoy a sunset boat cruise over the picturesque Vembanad Lake and enjoy the breathtaking charm of serene and scenic Kerala backwaters. Enjoy a delicious dinner followed by an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 04: Kumarakom - Houseboat (Alleppey)

Have a relaxed breakfast at the hotel in Kumarakom. Later you will be transferred to Alleppey - a worldwide famous destination for backwater tourism and houseboat cruise in Kerala. On arrival at Alleppey, check-in at the luxury houseboat floating over the breathtaking Kerala backwaters.

Enjoy backwater tourism and a houseboat cruise. Enjoy the scenic vistas of copious natural beauty in their best form as the houseboat passes through the serene & scenic meandering waterways, lakes and canals. The extraordinary natural beauty will never fail to lure you. Lunch, evening breakfast and dinner will be served onboard the houseboat. The overnight stay will be on the houseboat in Alleppey.

Day 05: Houseboat - Thekkady (Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary)

Enjoy breakfast at the houseboat. Disembark from the houseboat. You will be transferred to Thekkady worldwide famous for Periyar National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary. On arrival at Periyar, Holidays 4 India representative will transfer you to the pre-booked hotel.

Freshen up and enjoy a welcome drink. Relax. In the evening, enjoy a boat cruise over the Periyar Lake that runs from the middle of the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. You will have a wonderful opportunity to explore jungle tourism and wildlife viewing while you are on a boat cruise on Periyar Lake. The park is home to a variety of birds, mammals, and reptiles. 

See animals murmur and enjoy the musical tone of the birds that seduce our minds for romance. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the hotel at Periyar (Thekkady).

Day 06: Periyar - Munnar

Have a very hearty breakfast at the hotel in Periyar. Later drive to Munnar Hill Station. On the way, you will have a brilliant opportunity to see the copious nature beauty as you will pass through scenic & zigzag pathways created by lush tea & spice plantations.

On arrival at Munnar check into a hotel, freshen up and enjoy a welcome drink or fresh coconut milk. Enjoy a delicious dinner followed by an overnight stay at the hotel.

Day: 07 Munnar Sightseeing

Have a very hearty breakfast at the hotel. Go for your holiday activities in Munnar. Munnar is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Kerala and South India. Due to its extreme & copious nature beauty, this picturesque hill station is often referred to as the Kashmir of South India. 

Enjoy nature's beauty and relax in picturesque landscapes. Major tourist attractions at Munnar include Mattupetty Lake & Dam, Kundale Lake, Echo Point, Eravikulam National Park, Rajamalai Hills, Tea Gardens, Spice Plantations, etc. Enjoy a delicious dinner followed by an overnight sleep at the hotel.

Day 08: Munnar - Kochi

Have a very hearty breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy the scenic and cheery journey to Kochi - the Queen of Arabian Sea and now named Kochi. On the way, you will have a wonderful opportunity to see copious nature beauty with spice plantations, tea gardens, rubber plantations, lovely waterfalls, pristine streams, etc. 

On arrival at Kochi, Holidays 4 India representative will transfer you to the hotel. Freshen up and relax. Later proceed for a sightseeing tour of Kochi covering Mattancherry Dutch Palace, Fort Kochi, Jews Street, Jewish Synagogue, St Francis Church, Chinese Fishing Nets, etc.

In the evening you'll enjoy a cultural performance by locals. and after that enjoy Dinner and overnight sleep will be at the hotel in Kochi.

Day 09: Kochi - Onward

Enjoy a relaxed breakfast at the hotel. If time permits you can also enjoy shopping in Kochi. In time you will be transferred to Kochi Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station from where you will board a flight/train for your onward journey carrying sweet memories of family holidays in Kerala, God’s Own Country. tour package service will end here.

Extra Kerala Tourist Spots

1. Kerala Tour Package

The Tour package does not include accommodation at 4-star hotels in Kerala. but you can visit some of the best attractions in Kerala including Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Munnar, Alleppey Backwaters, Kovalam Beach, etc.

2. Kerala Tourist Attractions

You will have a chance to explore some of the top tourist attractions in Kerala including Kumaraswamy Temple, Mattancherry Palace, St. Francis Church, etc.

3. Kerala Food & Culture

 During your trip to Kerala, you will get to experience the delicious food and culture of Kerala. You will get a chance to taste authentic Malabari cuisine and enjoy local delicacies like koottu (rice cake), thoran (spicy curry) and chorus (prawn pickle).

4. Kerala Beaches

You will get to spend time relaxing on the beaches of Kerala. You will have a chance to swim in the crystal clear waters of the Arabian Sea.

5. Kerala Sightseeing

You will get to explore some of the historical monuments in Kerala. These include Thiruvalla Fort, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Shornur Siva temple, etc.

6. Kerala Shopping

You will get to shop for souvenirs at various markets in Kerala. You will find a variety of handcrafted products like woodwork, brassware, ivory items, textiles, etc.

7. Kerala Nightlife

You will get to party the night away at various pubs, bars and clubs in Kerala. You will have fun dancing to live music.


Some Interesting Facts About Kerala

Interesting Facts About Kerala

  1. Kerala is a state located in southern India. Its capital city is Thiruvananthapuram.
  2. Kerala is known for its beautiful beaches, backwaters, wildlife sanctuaries, temples, ancient monuments, and historical sites.
  3. Kerala is home to many tourist attractions including the world-famous Kovalam Beach and the Ayurveda heritage site at Munnar.
  4. Kerala is famous for its exotic cuisine, especially seafood dishes.
  5. Kerala's climate is tropical monsoon with heavy rainfall.
  6. Kerala is well connected by road and rail network.
  7. Kerala is also home to some of the oldest universities in Asia.
  8. Kerala is the only Indian state where English is not spoken as a first language.
  9. Kerala is one of the few states in India that have a Muslim majority population.
  10. Kerala is the only state in India to have a female chief minister.
  11. Kerala is the only South Asian country to export bananas.
  12. Kerala is the only place in the world where the national bird is called the Malabar pied hornbill.
  13. Kerala is the only Hindu-majority state in India.
  14. Kerala is the only country in the world to have three different species of elephants - the Asian elephant, the African elephant, and the Sri Lankan elephant.
  15. Trivandrum is the capital city of Kerala, located at the southern tip of the Malabar Coast. Its name means “three lakes” (the Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom Lake, and Kuttanad Lake).
  16. The Indian Ocean meets the Arabian Sea in Kerala. The two seas meet at Kochi, where they are separated by the Palk Strait.
  17. The Western Ghats are a mountain range running along the western coast of peninsular India. The highest point is Anamudi Peak, which reaches 2924 meters.
  18. The Periyar National Park is a national park in the Idukki district, Kerala, India. It covers an area of about.
  19. The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve is a biosphere reserve in the Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu, India. It was established in 1987 under UNESCO's Man and the Biosphere Programme.
  20. The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Wayanad district, Kerala, India, covering an area of.
  21. The Cochin International Airport is an international airport serving the city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala, India.
  22. The Cochin Port Trust manages the port facilities of the city.
  23. The Ernakulam Medical College Hospital is a medical college hospital in Ernakulam, Kerala, India.
  24. The Government General Hospital is a government general hospital in Thrissur, Kerala, India.
  25. The Thiruvananthapuram Central Jail is a prison in Kerala, India.
  26. The Parassinikkara Devi Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Durga, situated near the town of Parassala, Kerala, India. The temple is famous for its annual festival, the Parassinikadavu Uthram, held annually during March/April.
  27. The Guruvayoorappan Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to Lord Vishnu, located in Guruvayoor, Kerala, India. According to legend, the presiding deity of the temple is the incarnation of Vishnu himself.

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