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An Ultimate Guide to Planning a Honeymoon Tour to Kerala
Planning a Kerala honeymoon to kick-start your new journey to the lifelong romantic alliance with
your partner is one of the best options. From the tranquil backwaters, long-stretching beaches, and
lush green landscapes to pleasant and soothing that promises cosy ambiences, Kerala tour packages
are sure to please you. Dreamy houseboats, touring through tea plantations, wildlife forests, and
spice gardens, Ayurvedic holistic treatments and spa makes your trip even more exciting.
Best Time for Kerala Honeymoon
Kerala is one of the best year-round destinations for not only honeymoon but also for planning a trip
with family and friends. Here we are providing you with the best destinations according to the
season and weather conditions.
March to May: The weather during this time is quite hot and humid. Therefore, it is advisable for
you to avoid beaches and backwaters. Look for hill stations that offer you exotic scenery, lush greencarpeted landscape with a pleasant weather.
May-End to September: Southwest monsoons arrive with a heavy downpour. Try picking Ayurveda
resorts and enjoy morning yoga sessions, spas, and skin rejuvenating treatments. The state
celebrates its grand festival Onam during this time and snake boat race is one of the exciting
activities. During this time, Kerala revives its greenery with natural splendour all around.
October to February: With northeast monsoons and winters, this is the peak tourist season and an
ideal time to visit Kerala. Beaches, hill stations, backwater houseboats, waterfalls, tropical forests,
national parks, bird sanctuaries, and Dravidian architecture are some of the prime attractions of
Kerala tour packages.
Attractions You Cannot Afford to Miss
Munnar: An idyllic hill station with one of the biggest tea-plantation areas of the South India.
Located on the banks of three rivers including Madupetti, Nallathanni, and Periavaru, Munnar is
blessed with lush tree gardens, waterfalls, lakes, and exotic flora and fauna.
Kovalam: Located along the coastlines of the Arabian sea, Kovalam is best known for its crescentshaped beaches, alluring sunsets, and Ayurveda sessions.
Wayanad: With thick rainforest canopies, cascades, spice plantations, historical caves, enchanting
waterfalls, Wayanad is also famous for trekking expeditions to Chembra Peak and exploring the
blissful heart-shaped lake.
Thekkady: Thekkady is home to the country’s largest tiger Reserve, Periyar, which is the prime
attraction of this place. Boat trekking, night safari, and bamboo rafting in Mullaiperiyar Dam are also
some great options.
Alleppey: The city of Alleppey is known for its beaches, serene backwater lagoons, channels,
houseboat night stay, Ayurvedic spa and wellness centres, emerald paddy fields, and temples.
Kumarakom: Located on the banks of Kerala’s largest lake, Vembanad, Kumarakom is actually a
cluster of many small manmade islands. The coconut groves along the calm backwaters serve as an
ecstatic scenic beauty.
Poovar: A beautiful island with long stretches of glowing sand, gentle breeze, serene surroundings,
and magical sunsets.
From beach resorts, hill resorts, backwater resorts to tree houses and floating cottages, Kerala
provides you with a bunch of accommodations. You can also book a day-night Kerala houseboat tour
to give your partner a perfect blush on his/her face. It is always advisable to know the timings and
entrance fees for the places you wish to visit.