Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages

About Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages

Kerala is the most loved honeymoon destination in India for newlywed couples. With lots of activities to keep you busy like beaches, backwaters, grasslands, and the favorable climate that makes Kerala your favorite honeymoon destination. Kerala’s romantic shores and grasslands have welcomed couples with open arms and it has always been an ideal escape for couples. Kerala is known as the god’s own country as the place is blessed with natural beauty and every place in the state looks so stunning like wallpaper. The coconut tree, the Blue Mountain and rivers make Kerala one of the most amazing places to be with your better half. Kerala is also the land of most beautiful beaches. One can choose a beach according to the activity that one wishes to explore. Every nook and cranny of the state is covered with thick vegetation and rich flora.

Flamingo Transworld provides a wide range of hotels, resorts and villas, and some world-class activities. Flamingo Transworld knows exactly what our customers want and therefore we cater to our customer needs accordingly. All the places that you will visit in our Kerala Honeymoon tour package are tried and tested; hence we ensure you that it will be the most memorable time of your lifetime. Check out the hotels and flights on Flamingo’s hotel portal which offers you a wide range of options to choose from.

Check out Kerala Packages from different Indian destinations: Kerala tour packages from Ahmedabad, Kerala tour packages from Mumbai, Kerala tour packages from Delhi. Flamingo Transworld also offers a range of theme packages to Kerala like Kerala Honeymoon Packages.

Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages



Calming Kerala

7 Nights / 8 Days

Rs. 21,740 Onwards

Lake and Beach Ecstasy

4 Nights / 5 Days

Rs. 36,510 Onwards

Romancing in Enigmatic Kerala

8 Nights / 9 Days

Rs. 60,980 Onwards

How to Reach Kerala

Traveling to Kerala by flight

Kerala can be accessed by the air very easily. This state has three main airports located at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, and Kozhikode. One can get direct flights to these airports from Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkata these are just a few names. Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi have both international and domestic airportsthat allow flight from all over the world.

Traveling to Kerala by Rail
Kerala is very well connected to all the major cities in India including the four metropolitan cities like New-Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai. There are more than 200 stations that connect places both outside and within Kerala.

Traveling to Kerala by Road
Roads in Kerala are far better as compared to the other states in India. Kerala is directly connected by roads to the neighboring states of South India by national highways. There is no issue in traveling to Kerala by road. People who are keen on long drives can anytime take this chance. No doubt it will be a little hectic way of reaching the final destination but also a very adventurous one.

Traveling to Kerala by sea
From Cochin (Kochi), there are ships daily to reach the Lakshadweep islands. Make unique travel memories by traveling with cruise ships from Kochi or Vizhinjam International Seaport in Thiruvananthapuram.

Places to visit in Kerala

Kerala has a rich different culture; one can always visit the core of Kerala, the villages and experience the real Kerala. Here are a few places to visit in Kerala.

Athirapally Waterfall
It is 8 feet high and 330 feet wide waterfall. Athirapally waterfall is also known as the Niagara Falls of India. The experience that you will have visiting this place will be very mesmerizing. This waterfall originates from the Western Ghats. This waterfall can make anyone fall in love with the place and nature. The beauty of this place will attract you to stay here for a longer period.

Hawa Beach
This beach lies opposite the lighthouse and is surrounded by palm trees. This is said to be the most wonderful shoreline among all the shorelines of the town. One can also enjoy many activities like parasailing, windsurfing, boat sailing, and waterskiing. It is an amazing site to visit at night especially on the full moon night when moonlit dances on its waves. Take a long walk on the beach, soak yourself in the sun, there is a lot to do on the beach to make a trip a memorable one.

Vivekananda Rock Memorial
The Vivekananda Rock Memorial is located on the small island off Kanyakumari. It has the Indian Ocean in its background. The ferry ride to this place is a thrilling adventure and therefore it attracts a lot of nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. This statue depicts the spectacular architecture and it was built in the year 1970, and since then it has been a major tourist attraction. The style of architecture depicts many temple styles from all over India.

Rajamalai (Eravikulam) National Park
Rajamalai National park is one of the most important destinations in Kerala. It is divided into 3 years i.e. the core area, the buffer area and the tourism area which is Rajamalai national park. Here one can travel in the core of the forest and explore the hidden beauty of this place. You cannot take any of your private vehicles inside; some mini buses operate for traveling purposes inside the park. The park has a rare collection of both flora and fauna. The site of orchids is one of the specialties of the park. More than 120 species of birds can be witnessed here. If you are visiting Kerala then you must at least visit this place once especially people who are fond of nature.

Mattupetty Dam
The most attractive part of Mattupetty Dam is its still water which reflects the tea garden around it. Here you can enjoy lots of water sports like speed boating etc and enjoy the surroundings of the dam. People here can also enjoy trekking in the shoal forest. In the midst of the hills, Shola forest, and hilly woods lay a beautiful lake which is just a few miles away from the Mattupetty Dam. The beauty of the place will take you to the world of peace. You have endless options here to enjoy and entertain yourself.

Echo Point
It is situated at a height of 600 ft, with lush green hills, low lying clouds, this place attracts many tourists. Just like a child, even adults yell at their hearts out at this wonderful location. This place is about 15 km from Munnar. One can always see this place full of eager visitors throughout the year. At 600ft altitude one can even enjoy a walk in the lush green surroundings, it is also a very famous picnic spot.

Things to do in Kerala

There is a tone to do in this mind-boggling green landscape of Kerala; beautiful beaches, backwater, culinary experiences. These are not the only things to do in Kerala. Here we have a list of things to do in Kerala.

Water activities at Kumarakom Beach
At Kumarakom Beach, you can indulge in many thrilling and adventurous water activities like water skiing, windsurfing, parasailing and many more. One can also enjoy sunbathing and swimming here. It is advised to visit Kumarakom beach in winter when the sun will not throw heatwaves and you can enjoy as much as you want.

Visit Pathiramanal Island – A Bird Watcher’s Paradise
If you are planning a vacation to this wonderful state, Pathiramanal Island is surrounded by a lake. It is one of those places which is a dream destination for every bird lover. This island is the home for many rare species of birds. Every year approximately 50 species of migratory birds travel here. If you are lucky enough, you can also have a glance at the ‘monarch Flycatcher’. Apart from birds, this place also is home to many species of butterflies, snakes, fish, and insects.

Watch the Sunset as your Cruise on Vembanad Lake
This activity is basically a relaxing thing that one can do after having a hectic and tiring day. Take a houseboat or a shikara where you can lay down and just look at the sunset in a peaceful and calm environment. You can even opt for having dinner on the cruise and even stay the night on the same cruise.

Watch Kathakali Dance Performance
Kathakali is the traditional dance of Kerala. The vibrant culture, costumes, makeup, the expressions, and the setting will leave you astonished and mesmerized. It is India’s oldest dance form with the traits of the deaf.

Witness the Practicing Session of Snake Boat Race
Backwaters of Kerala host many snake boat competitions. A single boat is rowed by more than a hundred oarsmen in an extremely fast manner. These races are held only in two months that are in august and September and even if you are not visiting in these months, one can witness practice sessions. These practice sessions are also like a visual treat for the tourists.

Shop World Famous Kerala Spices and Visit a Herbal Garden
In Thekkady take a tour to the herbal garden and learn about their healing ideas. On the way also take a tour of the garden where spices are grown. The spices that are grown here are of fantastic quality and you will get those species at a very reasonable price. Spices plantation in Kerala is of great tourist attraction.

Gorge on chocolates at Tropical Chocolate Factory
This shop is situated in Thekkady and is famous for offering a wide range of handmade chocolates. If you are fond of chocolates, this should be the top priority in your bucket list. You will get enormous flavors of chocolates here.

See how elephants are trained at the training centre
Kodanad is one of the most famous centers for training elephants and it is only 45 km from Kochi. This is the place where newly captured elephants are kept and trained. One can take a safari for the purpose of witnessing these animals. Also apart from this, kodanad is also famous for having a walk beside the river. One can also enjoy this.

Best Time to Visit Kerala

The best time to visit Kerala is during winters which are between September to march. The time between these months is very comfortable with less humidity. As Kerala is situated close to the equator it is advisable not to visit this place during summers. Kerala faces huge rains; therefore, it is also advisable not to visit Kerala during monsoon season.

From October to February, Kerala has a cool and pleasant climate. From March till May it is said to be very hot and humid, from June to September Kerala receives heavy rainfall.If one wishes to explore the lagoons, canals and spices plantation one must visit in October to February. It is a perfect time and also it is the peak season.

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Frequently asked questions about Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages

Your co-travelers can be anyone, from any professional background, people of any religion, from any region, any language etc. We assure you that you will make amazing friends on tour.
We have a wide scope of products which are planned as comfortable paced to medium paced to quick. The majority of the visits are medium to quick pace as we cover most of must see attractions.
The tour leader will specify wake up timings a day in advance. In case you have to wake up early you do get telephonic wake-up call through the hotel automated system, however it is advisable to have your mobile alarms set to be on the safer side.
Flamingo provides water according to the daily itinerary which is usually daily one water bottle for per individual.
Group Tour Itineraries are planned in such a way that you get to see maximum places, so you will get time only when you are back at the hotel or on free day.
We advise you to carry sufficient documents with you like Travel Insurance covering your travel period. Travel insurance will take care of your medical expense to the tune of amount covered in the insurance, with term and conditions of insurance company. Flamingo Transworld will guide you for the arrangements of your medical facilities.
Meals which will be provided on tour will be mentioned in your tour itinerary. Usually meal menu contains of Indian vegetarian food, Jain food (no onion, no garlic, no potato), local vegetarian food, if requested Indian non-vegetarian food and local non-vegetarian food.