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Kerala – God’s Own Country

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Kerala’s calm mountains and magical backwaters offer a vacation to cherish for a lifetime. Unwind in the midst of swaying palm trees, idyllic beaches, storybook landscapes, verdant coastlines and lush coffee plantations. It is where the traditions, heritage and values amalgamate to form a splendid experience. With the Kerala temple tour, immerse yourself in the devotion of God amidst this refreshing terrain. Begin your journey with South India tour packages across the city with an array of exciting activities throughout the day.

Indulge in the exciting sightseeing experience where God’s land will woo you with its mystic charm and aura which will be included in your South india tour packages. Kerala Temple tour packages will be your life-saver here. Make your tropical vacation happen now!

Referred to as God’s own county, Kerala is well known for its lush greenery, calm mountains and mesmerising backwaters. The lush tea and spice plantations, in places like Munnar and Thekkady are a treat to the eyes. The Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers numerous opportunities for trekking and exploring the rich biodiversity in locations such as Periyar National Park.


Kerala is a seamless combination of age-old traditions, cultural heritage, and timeless values to create an unforgettable journey. A vacation in this state will be a perfect getaway from all the stress and hustles of life. 

A tour of Kerala promises an unforgettable journey through a world of natural beauty, cultural richness, and wellness experiences. 

Highlights of Kerala Tour


Kerala’s Backwaters

The waterways of Kerala are a network of calm lagoons, canals, and lakes. These brackish bodies of water are surrounded by abundant greenery and picturesque villages. Houseboats, referred to as “kettuvallams,” drift through these waterways, providing a leisurely and unforgettable experience. The backwaters offer a glimpse into the tranquil village life of Kerala, with the chance to observe nature, indulge in traditional cuisine, and unwind in a peaceful setting.


Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi is a historical district in Kochi (Cochin), known for its diverse blend of cultures and colonial influences. It has well-maintained Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture. St. Francis Church, a 16th-century building, stands as a notable landmark. Fort Kochi’s narrow alleys are full with art galleries, spice markets, and cafes, making it a vibrant destination for travellers.


Kathakali Dance Performance:

Kathakali is a traditional dance form of Kerala, known for its elaborate makeup, vibrant costumes, and dramatic storytelling. The performances often depict stories from Hindu epics, using intricate hand gestures, facial expressions, and graceful movements. Dancers spend years perfecting their art, creating a mesmerising experience for the audience. Attending a Kathakali performance is a chance to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of Kerala and witness captivating storytelling through dance.



Kerala’s cuisine is a delectable journey of flavours and spices. It’s well-known for its use of coconut, curry leaves, and an array of spices. Must-try dishes include “sadya,” a traditional vegetarian feast served on banana leaves, and “karimeen pollichathu,” a spicy fish preparation. Coconut-based curries, like “kerala-style avial” and “coconut chutney,” are staples. For dessert, indulge in sweet treats like “payasam” and “unniyappam.” Kerala’s cuisine beautifully combines a variety of flavors, showcasing its coastal and tropical influences.


Tea Plantations:

Kerala’s tea plantations, particularly in places like Munnar, are a must visit sight. Located in the Western Ghats, these lush hillsides are decorated with tea gardens that stretch as far as the eye can see. The air is filled with the aroma of fresh tea leaves. Tourists can explore these plantations, visit tea factories, and learn about the tea-making process. The views of rolling green hills and mist-covered landscapes make a visit to tea plantations a serene experience  offering a glimpse into Kerala’s vibrant tea industry.


For first two daysKochi

Upon arrival at the Kochi airport, you will be taken to your hotel. Relax in the hotel and get ready to embark on this beautiful tour.

Next morning, your tour will begin with a visit to Fort Kochi. Next up you will be visiting the Mattancherry palace, the Jewish synagogue, Jew town, the old spice markets, St. Francis church, and the Chinese fishing nets. Our knowledgeable guide will assist you during the tour.

For couple of daysMunnar

One Day 2, you will be taken to Munnar via road. Munnar is probably the most stunning destination in Kerala due to its hills, and green plantations. Get the mesmerising views of the Cardamom hills and lush tea plantations on your road journey. Upon arrival, have local food and get some rest for the night.

Start your trip in Munnar by visiting  the tea gardens and savour the aroma of fresh tea leaves. You can now trek to Anamudi Peak for panoramic views. Visit Mattupetty Dam and Eravikulam National Park for nature’s beauty. Explore Attukal Waterfalls and the Tea Museum. Don’t miss the spice plantations, Anayirangal Dam, Pothamedu Viewpoint, and Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary for a well-rounded Munnar adventure.

For a dayPeriyar

Periyar is known for its wildlife parks. The Periyar National Park offers thrilling wildlife safaris and serene boat rides on Periyar Lake. 

Witness elephants, tigers, and diverse birdlife in their natural habitat.

For two daysKumarakon

Next up you will be taken to Kumarakon which is yet another place of tranquillity and relaxation in the state. Visit the bird sanctuary, take leisurely backwater cruises, and savour delicious Keralan cuisine in the Kumarakom.


For a nightHouseboat

A houseboat tour is a must in Kerala.

Spend a magical night on a traditional houseboat, drifting through the backwaters, enjoying freshly prepared seafood, and embracing the unique charm of Kerala.

For last couple of daysKovalam

We will conclude our tour by visiting Kovalam for the next couple of days. Kovalam is famous for its pristine beaches and serene nature. Enjoy its three crescent-shaped beaches: Lighthouse Beach, Hawa Beach, and Samudra Beach. Explore Padmanabhaswamy Temple and indulge in soothing Ayurvedic treatments by the sea.