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Best Kerala Tour Packages and Kerala Holiday Packages for Travelsetu
If you want to go to a place in South India that has it all for the curious traveller,
look no further than Kerala. Often referred to as ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala is
home to exotic beaches, heavenly hill-stations, and of course, the famous
backwaters that are famous for their houseboat tours.
Kerala tour packages are best experienced when you visit the following
destinations, the top places to visit in Kerala.
1. Thiruvananthapuram

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There’s no place better to start Kerala tour packages than in the city of
Thiruvananthapuram, the state capital. Situated on India’s western coast,
Thiruvananthapuram, or Trivandrum, is considered one of India’s greenest cities.
In recent decades, the city has seen rapid development that has made it one of
the top IT hubs in the south of the country. However, the city is rich in history as
well, and is home to some iconic architectural landmarks. Some of the city’s
beaches too, are renowned for their beauty.
Places to Visit: Shanghumukham Beach, Poovar Island, Padmanabhaswamy
Temple, Napier Museum, Kowdiar Palace
Best Time to Visit: October-February
2. Cochin

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Cochin, or Kochi, is Kerala’s second-most important city. The city’s easy
accessibility makes it a hub for many Kerala tour packages. Cochin boasts of a
rich history, thanks to numerous significant contributions from the British,
Chinese, Dutch and Portuguese. While it may not be the ideal destination for
peace-seekers, Cochin is definitely one of the top places to visit in Kerala.
Places to Visit: Fort Kochi, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, Paradesi
Synagogue, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Best time to Visit: October-February
3. Munnar

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As far as hill-stations go in South India, there are few that can rival the
magnificence of Munnar. At a height of 1,524 m. above sea level, Munnar is
nestled in the Western Ghats range. Boasting of scenic waterfalls, forests, lakes
and its famous tea plantations, Munnar is a rejuvenating getaway right throughout
the year thanks to its cool climate.

Places to Visit: Devikulam, Anamudi, Mattupetty Dam, Eravikulam National Park
Best Time to Visit: December-May
4. Kovalam

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Kovalam is not too far from Trivandrum. Located at a distance of 16 km. from the
state capital, Kovalam is known for its beaches; Lighthouse Beach, Hawah Beach
and Samudra Beach. Take an ayurvedic therapy on any of the Kovalam beaches,
and let yourself be rejuvenated from all your stress and worries.
Places to Visit: Vizhinjam Mosque, Kovalam beaches
Best time to Visit: November-February
5. Wayanad

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The hilly district of Wayanad is located in the north-east region of Kerala, and it is
most famous for the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. Home to a wide range of exotic
animal and bird species, it is perfect for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Partly situated in the Western Ghats, Wayanad is simply wonderful, and definitely
a must-visit destination in Kerala.
Places to Visit: Kalpetta, Mananthavady, Sulthan Bathery, Chembra Peak,
Edakkal Cave
Best time to Visit: October-May
6. Alleppey

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Kerala’s backwaters are famed around the world, and it is at Alleppey where
tourists get to experience the grand Kerala backwaters at their very best. Witness
picturesque paddy fields as you drift through the backwaters in a houseboat;
Alleppey truly is a dream destination.
Places to Visit: Alleppey Beach, Krishnapuram Palace, Mullakkal Temple
Best time to Visit: November-February
7. Kumarakom

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Alleppey may be the favourite backwater destination in Kerala, but Kumarakom is
certainly not very far behind. Located close to the city of Kottayam, Kumarakom
offers a spectacular experience that is bound to heal both body and soul. It is a
popular bird-watching destination too, thanks to the local bird sanctuary.
Places to Visit: Vembanad Lake, Bird Sanctuary, Thazhathangady Juma Masjid
Best time to Visit: November-February
8. Varkala Beach

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If Kovalam Beach feels too crowded to you, head to Varkala. The beach, not very
far from Trivandrum, is one of Kerala’s finest and surprisingly, does not get too
crowded. Over the years, the beach has seen activities such as surfing and boating
become very popular. Varkala is also an important pilgrimage site for Hindus.
Places to Visit: Kappil Lake, Janardhana Temple, Sivagiri Mutt
Best time to Visit: September-April
9. Kozhikode

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Kozhikode, or Calicut, is an ancient city that is located on Kerala’s south-western
coast. Kozhikode is one of the most famed producers of spices in India, which does
not make the label ‘City of Spices’ very surprising. Kozhikode offers many
interesting sights, including some of South India’s most remarkable architectural
Places to Visit: Kozhikode Beach, Tali Siva Temple, Mishkal Mosque, Kappad
Beach, Thusharagiri Falls
Best time to Visit: October-March
10. Vagamon

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Vagamon is quite similar to Munnar in terms of its landscape, but the fact that it
is not as popular as the latter makes it the ideal hill-station in Kerala for peace
seekers. Vagamon’s lush greenery and waterfalls are bound to enchant anyone
who takes a trip to the hill-station. There are plenty of adventure activities on
offer too, with rock climbing, paragliding and trekking being quite common.
Places to Visit: Muruganmala, Kurisumala, Thangal Para, Tea Estates, Pine
Best time to Visit: Throughout the year
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