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Kerala is one of the most sought after destinations in South India. Often referred to as God’s own country, this Indian state is full of picturesque locations, scenic beauty, rich cultural heritage, sun-kissed beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, plantations, and loads of attractions for every individual. Kerala is superb in many ways because despite having so much to offer it remains humble which reflects its alluring beauty. You can go there to rejuvenate or you can go there with an itinerary filled with things to do. Kerala offers just about every enchanting experience you can imagine. 
 
Why book with a travel agency like Flamingo Transworld when planning your vacation to Kerala? There are numerous benefits. You won’t have to stress about the whole planning part which can take a toll on you and rob you of precious time that you can do other things in. You will be able to see more in less time because the experts plan your trip in such a way that you can get maximum benefits. You will be prepared if anything unexpected were to happen. You may be interested in some parts and our experts can help you choose the right Kerala tour packages so you can enjoy it to the fullest.
 
A travel agency takes the guesswork out of planning your Kerala trip and it can be one of the most stress-free things. All you want to know about is what you want to experience when you go to the heavenly Kerala and let the agents help you decide. If you are not sure about what activities would be best then our experienced agents will help recommend places to visit and things you can do when in Kerala. A Kerala tour can be mesmerizingly awesome when planned right. Which package is best for you? There are several packages to choose from at Flamingo Transworld; Kerala packages for families and there is a Kerala honeymoon package.


Kerala Tour Packages

Duration

Package Type

Cities Covered

Price

Kerala Backwaters with Beach

4 Nights / 5 Days

Short Breaks

Kumarakom (2N) - Kovalam (2N)

₹ 14,110 Onwards

Cool Kerala

6 Nights / 7 Days

Private Van Tour

Cochin (1N) - Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (1N) - Kumarakom (2N)

₹ 18,230 Onwards

Kerala with Munnar

6 Nights / 7 Days

Private Van Tour

Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (2N) - Alleppey (1N) - Kumarakom (1N)

₹ 19,740 Onwards

Kerala - God's Own Country

7 Nights / 8 Days

Private Van Tour

Cochin (1N) - Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (2N) - Kumarakom (2N)

₹ 24,770 Onwards

Venice of Kerala

9 Nights / 10 Days

Private Van Tour

Cochin (1N) - Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (1N) - Alleppey (1N) - Kumarakom (2N) - Kovalam (2N)

₹ 29,730 Onwards



How to reach Kerala
Tourists all over the globe and India come to Kerala for its awe-inspiring beauty. There are many ways Indian tourists can reach Kerala; by air, by train, by road, and by bus. 
 
By Air:
There are many Kerala tour packages from Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Delhi which is why there are multiple travelling options for Kerala. There are four airports in Kerala; Cochin International Airport, Kannur International Airport, Trivandrum International Airport, and Calicut International Airport. Major metros in India have direct flights to Kerala and connecting flights too. The following are some of the airlines from major cities that fly to Kerala.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: SpiceJet, Air India, Air Asia, Vistara, IndiGo, GoAir
● Mumbai to Kerala: Air India, Vistara, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet
● Bangalore to Kerala: Air Asia, Air India, Vistara, GoAir, IndiGo
● Chennai to Kerala: IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet
● Kolkata to Kerala: Vistara, Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air Asia
 
The following are the shortest flight durations from major cities when travelling to Kerala.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: 2h45m
● Mumbai to Kerala: 1hr55m
● Bangalore to Kerala: 1h5m
● Chennai to Kerala: 55m
● Kolkata to Kerala: 3hr
 
There are some connecting flights from major Indian cities to Kerala and some of the stopovers are as follows.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: Bengaluru, Varanasi, Goa, Jaipur, Mumbai, Chennai
● Mumbai to Kerala: Chennai, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Goa, Hyderabad, Bengaluru
● Bangalore to Kerala: Kannur, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai
● Chennai to Kerala: Bengaluru, Thiruvananthapuram
● Kolkata to Kerala: Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru
 
By rail:
You can reach Kerala from other Indian cities via train too. There are 10 trains from Delhi to Kerala, 20 trains from Mumbai to Kerala, 10 trains from Bangalore to Kerala, 12 trains from Chennai to Kerala, and 4 trains from Kolkata to Kerala. The following are the fastest trains from major cities and the duration of the train.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: Hazrat Nizamuddin - Thiruvananthapuram Central Rajdhani Express takes 42h30m
● Mumbai to Kerala: Hazrat Nizamuddin - Thiruvananthapuram Central Rajdhani Express takes 26h10m
● Bangalore to Kerala: Banaswadi – Kochuveli Humsafar Express takes 9h28m
● Chennai to Kerala: Chennai Egmore – Guruvaryur Express takes 14h50m
● Kolkata to Kerala: Gurudev SF Express takes 44h50m
 
By road:
You can travel to Kerala by road too if you are up for an adventure. The NH766 connects Kozhikode with Kollegal which are in Kerala and Karnataka respectively. NH544 connects Salem in Tamil Nadu with Kochi in Kerala so you can travel by car.
 
By bus:
There is no direct connectivity via bus from Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. When you are travelling from these cities you need to take either a flight or a train to a destination in Kerala. Then you can take State transport buses to reach your destination. Bangalore and Chennai have a direct bus service that takes 9 hours and 10 hours respectively.
 
The fastest way to travel to Kerala is by air but it depends on your destination and which city you are travelling from. Kerala being a well-connected destination, you have many options and instead of taking only one type of transportation, you can opt for a combination. You can take a flight to a major airport in Kerala and then take a bus, taxi, or train to reach a particular destination.

Kerala’s rich cuisine
While Kerala is known for its scintillating beaches and atmospheric charm that is rich in traditions, the Kerala cuisine is something not to be missed. The popular dishes in Kerala include avail, puttu and meen curry, appam and stew, kozhikodam halwa, paal payasam, kappa, and biryani. There is so much diversity when it comes to Kerala cuisine that it is enticing and you want to try everything that Kerala has to offer. The distinct dishes of Kerala are rich in taste and the aroma is simply intoxicating with the perfect amount of spices and flavours that create magic in your mouth.
 
Kerala’s cuisine is influenced by traders who came to Kerala including Dutch, Greek, Portuguese, Roman, Chinese, and Arab. It is no wonder that Kerala’s cuisine is so exquisitely amazing. The way food is prepared in Kerala differs according to communities and regions in Kerala. People in North Kerala have a different style of preparing dishes than people living in South Kerala. That is not to say that one’s cooking style is better than the other because they are just as deliciously mouth-watering. Either way, when food is served on banana leaves then it tastes better and rich in flavour.
 
Kerala offers a wide range of delicacies to choose from that you will be left scratching your head. Seafood is ample and good quality fishes are served in cafés and restaurants in Kerala. You will find prawns, spotted pearls, lobsters, squids, snappers, rockfish, and many more delicious season varieties. You can visit eating places like Rock Café in Kovalam, Paragon in Kozhikode, North Cliff in Varkala, Villa Maya in Thiruvananthapuram, Pai Brothers in Kochi, and Sree Arul Jyothi in Thiruvananthapuram. Whether you are a pure vegetarian or you are in love with seafood, Kerala has something unique to offer to everyone.
 
Places to visit in Kerala
There are numerous places to visit in Kerala. We have curated some interesting places you can visit in Kerala.
 
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
This 345 sq km wildlife sanctuary can only be explored through a 2-hour jeep safari. There is no trekking allowed. You can spot various animals such as langurs, chital deer, wild boars, leopards, tigers, and wild elephants. It is the best way to explore the breathtaking wild with your loved ones.
 
Museum of History and Heritage
If you love history and want to explore Kerala’s traditions then this museum will be interesting for you. It helps you understand how Kerala became the place it is known worldwide for today. There are various thought-provoking exhibits such as sculptures, murals, and re-creations that are mesmerizing.
 
Edakkal Caves
These caves are located in remote hilltops. These caves date back to more than 3000 years back which provides a peek into the old Kerala. Those who love to hike will have an easy time climbing up a steep road to the ticket counter. You can get fantastic views of Waynad district from the top too.
 
Kappil Beach
This is one of the blissful beaches in Kerala that have been left undeveloped, at least until now. The seaside is worth exploring in this Varkala beach. If you want to see the fishermen getting busy catching fish then go early in the morning because you will see the chaos that ensues and the calm too.
 
Mahadeva Temple
Kerala has several temples and this Shiva temple is one of the most famous. It represents a part of Kerala’s history because parts of the temple dates back to the 1540s. There are woodcarvings and exceptional murals that you will find in this gorgeous temple. An annual festival takes place in February and March.
 
Lockhart Tea Factory
This is one of the popular tea factories in Kerala and it dates back to 1879. You will learn about the entire tea processing that takes place from the picking to the end product. There are other things in the tea factory such as a garden, a small museum, and tastings that take place. This is a must-visit for tea lovers.
 
Iringal Crafts Village
This crafts village is spread across 20 acres. You will see beautiful displays of art by artisans and craftsmen in this village. The crafts are made with materials such as coconut shells and banana fibers. This local art place is best for art lovers and you can take a look at how creative these artists are.

Things to do in Kerala
There are several things to do in Kerala and you can choose from a range of activities as per your vacation plans. The following are some fun things you can enjoy when in Kerala.
 
Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary
Love elephants? Then this elephant sanctuary is a must visit. There are lots of fun things to do in this sanctuary such as watching baby elephants play, bathing elephants, and going on an elephant safari. You can even watch elephant feeding at this sanctuary.
 
Bamboo rafting in Periyar lake
When you are craving for some quiet time then this is the place in Kerala to go to. It is situated in the Periyar wildlife sanctuary and gives you a glimpse of the wilderness galore. You can even spot elephants and tigers when you are bamboo rafting. It is one of those experiences that are going to stay with you long after your trip is over.
 
Paragliding in Vagamon
People looking for more adventure in Kerala can opt for paragliding in Vagamon. You can get a view of Kerala’s beauty from the top and it is one of the most thrilling experiences you will ever have. You will be able to see all the sparkling beaches, lush green forests, and beautiful Kerala villages.
 
Ayurveda session in Chingoli
If you haven’t had an Ayurveda session in Kerala, then it might seem like you are missing out. Chingoli is one of the places where you can rejuvenate your mind and soul. There are so many resorts to choose from and each uses natural oils and herbs to give you a memorable treatment.
 
Canoeing in Kollam
Want to see the countryside of Kerala? Then add canoeing to your bucket list. You will be able to explore the quiet side of Kerala when you canoe in Kollam and you won’t miss the scenery of Kerala this way either. You can choose to canoe by yourself or go with your significant other, the experience will always be enchanting.
 
Eravikulam National Park
If there is one national park that you must visit with your family it is the Eravikulam national park. This is one of the best tourist attractions because of Neelakurinji which blooms once every 12 years. It has several species of butterflies, reptiles, animals, birds, fishes, and amphibians. You can find the Nilgiri Tahr too.
 
Stay at a treehouse in Munnar
Always wanted to stay at a treehouse? Then Kerala offers you a perfect way to turn your dream into reality. There are options for you to stay at a treehouse in Munnar so you can stay close to nature. There are various activities that you can participate in such as mountain biking, nature walks and abseiling.
 
Best time to visit Kerala
Kerala has a pleasant climate throughout the year and the best time to visit Kerala might sound like all the time! But you need to know there are three seasons in Kerala and sometimes it can get pretty hot and humid in Kerala. The summer lasts from February to May where you will experience the most intense heat of Kerala although it is still better than other Indian states. The monsoon hits Kerala in June, July, August, October, and November. The monsoon season brings about cool weather in Kerala. Kerala’s winters are from December to January and this is the time when major Kerala festivals and pilgrimages take place.
 
Visiting Kerala in winter is best for those people who want to truly see Kerala in its natural ethereal beauty. The temperature depends on the region as elevated regions are way cooler and offer chilly evenings. This is the best time for trekking and hiking because the weather is so pleasant and beautiful. You can enjoy spice plantations and hills of Kerala. You can enjoy boat cruises and visit tea factories during the cold season in Kerala. Wildlife safaris during this time are recommended too.
 
The summer can be warm in some regions yet highly unpleasant in other regions. The coastal areas are especially humid. Kerala summer is not ideal for outdoor activities but it is a great time to enjoy hilly areas such as Ponmudi and Munnar. If you want to go on a picnic then this is a great time to do that. Hiking and trekking are great too because elevated regions have the perfect climate with natural backdrops. Lots of festivities take place at this time and popular temples host their festivals that have a parade, dance, processions, and more.
 
The monsoon might seem like an unlikely time to visit Kerala but there is beauty in this climate. If you want to stay away from the usual rush of tourists then this season is the best to go to Kerala. You can enjoy various activities such as spice tours, coffee tours, boat races, and boat cruises. It is a great time for couples to go to Kerala so they can enjoy Kerala’s calmness that is difficult to experience during the seasons when tourists are everywhere in Kerala. It is recommended that you travel during the light monsoon season so you can still enjoy tours and travel in Kerala.
 
You want to think about the type of holiday you are looking for and what type of weather you like before you decide on your vacation in Kerala. Flamingo Transworld provides you with a range of Kerala holiday packages to meet different requirements. Kerala Tourism has so much to offer you that we want to make it easier for you to pick the right Kerala package so you can visit and do things you love. Visiting Kerala at any time of the year can be spectacular because Kerala is a place of wonders and the blissful State is full of things to do and places to visit.
Kerala is one of the most sought after destinations in South India. Often referred to as God’s own country, this Indian state is full of picturesque locations, scenic beauty, rich cultural heritage, sun-kissed beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, plantations, and loads of attractions for every individual. Kerala is superb in many ways because despite having so much to offer it remains humble which reflects its alluring beauty. You can go there to rejuvenate or you can go there with an itinerary filled with things to do. Kerala offers just about every enchanting experience you can imagine. 
 
Why book with a travel agency like Flamingo Transworld when planning your vacation to Kerala? There are numerous benefits. You won’t have to stress about the whole planning part which can take a toll on you and rob you of precious time that you can do other things in. You will be able to see more in less time because the experts plan your trip in such a way that you can get maximum benefits. You will be prepared if anything unexpected were to happen. You may be interested in some parts and our experts can help you choose the right Kerala tour packages so you can enjoy it to the fullest.
 
A travel agency takes the guesswork out of planning your Kerala trip and it can be one of the most stress-free things. All you want to know about is what you want to experience when you go to the heavenly Kerala and let the agents help you decide. If you are not sure about what activities would be best then our experienced agents will help recommend places to visit and things you can do when in Kerala. A Kerala tour can be mesmerizingly awesome when planned right. Which package is best for you? There are several packages to choose from at Flamingo Transworld; Kerala packages for families and there is a Kerala honeymoon package.


Kerala Tour Packages

Duration

Package Type

Cities Covered

Price

Kerala Backwaters with Beach

4 Nights / 5 Days

Short Breaks

Kumarakom (2N) - Kovalam (2N)

₹ 14,110 Onwards

Cool Kerala

6 Nights / 7 Days

Private Van Tour

Cochin (1N) - Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (1N) - Kumarakom (2N)

₹ 18,230 Onwards

Kerala with Munnar

6 Nights / 7 Days

Private Van Tour

Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (2N) - Alleppey (1N) - Kumarakom (1N)

₹ 19,740 Onwards

Kerala - God's Own Country

7 Nights / 8 Days

Private Van Tour

Cochin (1N) - Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (2N) - Kumarakom (2N)

₹ 24,770 Onwards

Venice of Kerala

9 Nights / 10 Days

Private Van Tour

Cochin (1N) - Munnar (2N) - Thekkady (1N) - Alleppey (1N) - Kumarakom (2N) - Kovalam (2N)

₹ 29,730 Onwards



How to reach Kerala
Tourists all over the globe and India come to Kerala for its awe-inspiring beauty. There are many ways Indian tourists can reach Kerala; by air, by train, by road, and by bus. 
 
By Air:
There are many Kerala tour packages from Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Delhi which is why there are multiple travelling options for Kerala. There are four airports in Kerala; Cochin International Airport, Kannur International Airport, Trivandrum International Airport, and Calicut International Airport. Major metros in India have direct flights to Kerala and connecting flights too. The following are some of the airlines from major cities that fly to Kerala.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: SpiceJet, Air India, Air Asia, Vistara, IndiGo, GoAir
● Mumbai to Kerala: Air India, Vistara, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet
● Bangalore to Kerala: Air Asia, Air India, Vistara, GoAir, IndiGo
● Chennai to Kerala: IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet
● Kolkata to Kerala: Vistara, Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air Asia
 
The following are the shortest flight durations from major cities when travelling to Kerala.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: 2h45m
● Mumbai to Kerala: 1hr55m
● Bangalore to Kerala: 1h5m
● Chennai to Kerala: 55m
● Kolkata to Kerala: 3hr
 
There are some connecting flights from major Indian cities to Kerala and some of the stopovers are as follows.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: Bengaluru, Varanasi, Goa, Jaipur, Mumbai, Chennai
● Mumbai to Kerala: Chennai, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Goa, Hyderabad, Bengaluru
● Bangalore to Kerala: Kannur, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai
● Chennai to Kerala: Bengaluru, Thiruvananthapuram
● Kolkata to Kerala: Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru
 
By rail:
You can reach Kerala from other Indian cities via train too. There are 10 trains from Delhi to Kerala, 20 trains from Mumbai to Kerala, 10 trains from Bangalore to Kerala, 12 trains from Chennai to Kerala, and 4 trains from Kolkata to Kerala. The following are the fastest trains from major cities and the duration of the train.
 
● Delhi to Kerala: Hazrat Nizamuddin - Thiruvananthapuram Central Rajdhani Express takes 42h30m
● Mumbai to Kerala: Hazrat Nizamuddin - Thiruvananthapuram Central Rajdhani Express takes 26h10m
● Bangalore to Kerala: Banaswadi – Kochuveli Humsafar Express takes 9h28m
● Chennai to Kerala: Chennai Egmore – Guruvaryur Express takes 14h50m
● Kolkata to Kerala: Gurudev SF Express takes 44h50m
 
By road:
You can travel to Kerala by road too if you are up for an adventure. The NH766 connects Kozhikode with Kollegal which are in Kerala and Karnataka respectively. NH544 connects Salem in Tamil Nadu with Kochi in Kerala so you can travel by car.
 
By bus:
There is no direct connectivity via bus from Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. When you are travelling from these cities you need to take either a flight or a train to a destination in Kerala. Then you can take State transport buses to reach your destination. Bangalore and Chennai have a direct bus service that takes 9 hours and 10 hours respectively.
 
The fastest way to travel to Kerala is by air but it depends on your destination and which city you are travelling from. Kerala being a well-connected destination, you have many options and instead of taking only one type of transportation, you can opt for a combination. You can take a flight to a major airport in Kerala and then take a bus, taxi, or train to reach a particular destination.

Kerala’s rich cuisine
While Kerala is known for its scintillating beaches and atmospheric charm that is rich in traditions, the Kerala cuisine is something not to be missed. The popular dishes in Kerala include avail, puttu and meen curry, appam and stew, kozhikodam halwa, paal payasam, kappa, and biryani. There is so much diversity when it comes to Kerala cuisine that it is enticing and you want to try everything that Kerala has to offer. The distinct dishes of Kerala are rich in taste and the aroma is simply intoxicating with the perfect amount of spices and flavours that create magic in your mouth.
 
Kerala’s cuisine is influenced by traders who came to Kerala including Dutch, Greek, Portuguese, Roman, Chinese, and Arab. It is no wonder that Kerala’s cuisine is so exquisitely amazing. The way food is prepared in Kerala differs according to communities and regions in Kerala. People in North Kerala have a different style of preparing dishes than people living in South Kerala. That is not to say that one’s cooking style is better than the other because they are just as deliciously mouth-watering. Either way, when food is served on banana leaves then it tastes better and rich in flavour.
 
Kerala offers a wide range of delicacies to choose from that you will be left scratching your head. Seafood is ample and good quality fishes are served in cafés and restaurants in Kerala. You will find prawns, spotted pearls, lobsters, squids, snappers, rockfish, and many more delicious season varieties. You can visit eating places like Rock Café in Kovalam, Paragon in Kozhikode, North Cliff in Varkala, Villa Maya in Thiruvananthapuram, Pai Brothers in Kochi, and Sree Arul Jyothi in Thiruvananthapuram. Whether you are a pure vegetarian or you are in love with seafood, Kerala has something unique to offer to everyone.
 
Places to visit in Kerala
There are numerous places to visit in Kerala. We have curated some interesting places you can visit in Kerala.
 
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
This 345 sq km wildlife sanctuary can only be explored through a 2-hour jeep safari. There is no trekking allowed. You can spot various animals such as langurs, chital deer, wild boars, leopards, tigers, and wild elephants. It is the best way to explore the breathtaking wild with your loved ones.
 
Museum of History and Heritage
If you love history and want to explore Kerala’s traditions then this museum will be interesting for you. It helps you understand how Kerala became the place it is known worldwide for today. There are various thought-provoking exhibits such as sculptures, murals, and re-creations that are mesmerizing.
 
Edakkal Caves
These caves are located in remote hilltops. These caves date back to more than 3000 years back which provides a peek into the old Kerala. Those who love to hike will have an easy time climbing up a steep road to the ticket counter. You can get fantastic views of Waynad district from the top too.
 
Kappil Beach
This is one of the blissful beaches in Kerala that have been left undeveloped, at least until now. The seaside is worth exploring in this Varkala beach. If you want to see the fishermen getting busy catching fish then go early in the morning because you will see the chaos that ensues and the calm too.
 
Mahadeva Temple
Kerala has several temples and this Shiva temple is one of the most famous. It represents a part of Kerala’s history because parts of the temple dates back to the 1540s. There are woodcarvings and exceptional murals that you will find in this gorgeous temple. An annual festival takes place in February and March.
 
Lockhart Tea Factory
This is one of the popular tea factories in Kerala and it dates back to 1879. You will learn about the entire tea processing that takes place from the picking to the end product. There are other things in the tea factory such as a garden, a small museum, and tastings that take place. This is a must-visit for tea lovers.
 
Iringal Crafts Village
This crafts village is spread across 20 acres. You will see beautiful displays of art by artisans and craftsmen in this village. The crafts are made with materials such as coconut shells and banana fibers. This local art place is best for art lovers and you can take a look at how creative these artists are.

Things to do in Kerala
There are several things to do in Kerala and you can choose from a range of activities as per your vacation plans. The following are some fun things you can enjoy when in Kerala.
 
Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary
Love elephants? Then this elephant sanctuary is a must visit. There are lots of fun things to do in this sanctuary such as watching baby elephants play, bathing elephants, and going on an elephant safari. You can even watch elephant feeding at this sanctuary.
 
Bamboo rafting in Periyar lake
When you are craving for some quiet time then this is the place in Kerala to go to. It is situated in the Periyar wildlife sanctuary and gives you a glimpse of the wilderness galore. You can even spot elephants and tigers when you are bamboo rafting. It is one of those experiences that are going to stay with you long after your trip is over.
 
Paragliding in Vagamon
People looking for more adventure in Kerala can opt for paragliding in Vagamon. You can get a view of Kerala’s beauty from the top and it is one of the most thrilling experiences you will ever have. You will be able to see all the sparkling beaches, lush green forests, and beautiful Kerala villages.
 
Ayurveda session in Chingoli
If you haven’t had an Ayurveda session in Kerala, then it might seem like you are missing out. Chingoli is one of the places where you can rejuvenate your mind and soul. There are so many resorts to choose from and each uses natural oils and herbs to give you a memorable treatment.
 
Canoeing in Kollam
Want to see the countryside of Kerala? Then add canoeing to your bucket list. You will be able to explore the quiet side of Kerala when you canoe in Kollam and you won’t miss the scenery of Kerala this way either. You can choose to canoe by yourself or go with your significant other, the experience will always be enchanting.
 
Eravikulam National Park
If there is one national park that you must visit with your family it is the Eravikulam national park. This is one of the best tourist attractions because of Neelakurinji which blooms once every 12 years. It has several species of butterflies, reptiles, animals, birds, fishes, and amphibians. You can find the Nilgiri Tahr too.
 
Stay at a treehouse in Munnar
Always wanted to stay at a treehouse? Then Kerala offers you a perfect way to turn your dream into reality. There are options for you to stay at a treehouse in Munnar so you can stay close to nature. There are various activities that you can participate in such as mountain biking, nature walks and abseiling.
 
Best time to visit Kerala
Kerala has a pleasant climate throughout the year and the best time to visit Kerala might sound like all the time! But you need to know there are three seasons in Kerala and sometimes it can get pretty hot and humid in Kerala. The summer lasts from February to May where you will experience the most intense heat of Kerala although it is still better than other Indian states. The monsoon hits Kerala in June, July, August, October, and November. The monsoon season brings about cool weather in Kerala. Kerala’s winters are from December to January and this is the time when major Kerala festivals and pilgrimages take place.
 
Visiting Kerala in winter is best for those people who want to truly see Kerala in its natural ethereal beauty. The temperature depends on the region as elevated regions are way cooler and offer chilly evenings. This is the best time for trekking and hiking because the weather is so pleasant and beautiful. You can enjoy spice plantations and hills of Kerala. You can enjoy boat cruises and visit tea factories during the cold season in Kerala. Wildlife safaris during this time are recommended too.
 
The summer can be warm in some regions yet highly unpleasant in other regions. The coastal areas are especially humid. Kerala summer is not ideal for outdoor activities but it is a great time to enjoy hilly areas such as Ponmudi and Munnar. If you want to go on a picnic then this is a great time to do that. Hiking and trekking are great too because elevated regions have the perfect climate with natural backdrops. Lots of festivities take place at this time and popular temples host their festivals that have a parade, dance, processions, and more.
 
The monsoon might seem like an unlikely time to visit Kerala but there is beauty in this climate. If you want to stay away from the usual rush of tourists then this season is the best to go to Kerala. You can enjoy various activities such as spice tours, coffee tours, boat races, and boat cruises. It is a great time for couples to go to Kerala so they can enjoy Kerala’s calmness that is difficult to experience during the seasons when tourists are everywhere in Kerala. It is recommended that you travel during the light monsoon season so you can still enjoy tours and travel in Kerala.
 
You want to think about the type of holiday you are looking for and what type of weather you like before you decide on your vacation in Kerala. Flamingo Transworld provides you with a range of Kerala holiday packages to meet different requirements. Kerala Tourism has so much to offer you that we want to make it easier for you to pick the right Kerala package so you can visit and do things you love. Visiting Kerala at any time of the year can be spectacular because Kerala is a place of wonders and the blissful State is full of things to do and places to visit.

 




























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We had an awesome and wonderful trip to Bali. We thank you for the support and help you provided .From the ticketing ,land package and the throught out the tour ,we were guided properly and you did everything wonderfully. A special mention to Srushti and Amit for being supportive and really helpful.  Priyesh too for helping us with the last minute ticket changes. Drivers were really helpful and well behaved,Thanks to U n I holidays for making our tour so memorable. Both hotels (Patra and Furama Villas ) were awesome. Upgradation of our rooms to Royal Villa in Patra was an icing on the cake. Thank you so much for all the support guys!!! Would definitely conatct you for our future trips as well as recommend too. We would like to share few pics of our trip .Thanks for the all help.

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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Apr
Region: Asia   |   Tour Type: FIT   |   Theme: Luxury Tour   |   Read All

Thanks Team Flamingo for Wonderful Arrangements

I would like to thank your team from the bottom of my heart for making such a wonderful arrangements right from the beginning to the end. The only way one could enjoy their vacations is they are stress free, and that's what flamingo is best in doing. you guys have made sure that all the arrangements right from the pick up, hotel accommodations, tour vouchers, Private Taxi are best in class. Everything was perfect and moreover your representative was constantly in touch, which shows your after sale service. All I can say is, I was given more than I was promised. You guys rock.

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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Oct
Region: Asia   |   Tour Type: FIT   |   Theme: Adventure Tour   |   Read All

It Was Very Nice Experience with You Flamingo

It was very nice experience with you guys(flamingo). Trip and locations are very impressive. Excellent service by your team. Stay was good. Follow up of your team was very good. Excellent customer service. All Drivers, in every city are very friendly,Helping, cooperative. Overall Awesome trip and loved it so much. Looking forward to book more trips with you guys, Thank you so much.

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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   May
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Flamingo Made This Tour Really Memorable

The tour was fantastic. All days went as planned and there was nothing to complaint about. All the drivers were friendly in nature and helped us whenever required. They were very punctual and were always available before time which is highly appreciated. Your management was excellent throughout the tour. The guidance before the tour at Flamingo office as well as during the tour through WhatsApp helped us a lot and solved trivial queries which were arising. Thanks a lot for being there throughout and we did not feel we were by ourselves at any point of time. You made this tour really memorable one and we will always look forward to contact you people for future tours and also will be happy to recommend others. Flamingo App really very very helpful. Thanks again.

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Ahmedabad   Travelled in   Oct
Region: Middle East   |   Tour Type: FIT   |   Theme: Adventure Tour   |   Read All

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Frequently asked questions about Kerala Tour Packages

What are the different modes of transportation provided to passengers on tour?
At the time of booking, passengers are given different options to choose their mode of transportation like:

In Private Transfer you can also choose to do sightseeing by private vehicle which will be available from one point to another. The private vehicle will be pre-booked on a pre-decided route and timings decided in advance as well.  

Vehicle at disposal means that a car will be with you throughout the travel trip for which timings and kilometers will be decided in advance. If you use the car outside the travel package distance or time limit then it may not be possible or it will charged additionally. Vehicle at disposal offers more flexibility and control over the itinerary. Also private van tours include a coach at service.

SIC (Seat in coach basis) SIC coach transfers depart only at fixed times and stop at different hotels enroute where other passengers may be picked up or dropped off which mean it time consuming. You will be traveling with other passengers and passengers of different nationalities which offers a good chance to interact with people from different parts of the world. Before joining the tour you need to exchange tour vouchers for your original tickets from the concerned office. Many time the tour starting point is not from the hotel so then you need to reach the departure point from your hotel at your own expense.
What is the difference between group tours and individual tours?
Group tours consist of certain number of people touring together to a destination. Group tours can be a great way to know new people and explore well planned itinerary covering the best places. No changes will be possible in your group tour itinerary. In each destination the group consists of approximately 40 to 55 members.

Individual tours are tailor made tours designed and arranged just for you. You have a liberty to choose your own hotels, and attractions as per your taste.
How can I reach Kerala?

By Air: Reaching Kerala via air from across the globe is simple. There are three worldwide airports situated in Kerala that interfaces God's own country to major international cities. Thiruvananthpuram International Airport is situated in the southern piece of Kerala; Kochi International Airport is situated in the focal piece of Kerala. Up, North, Calicut International Airport is associated with the two India just as universal urban areas through a flight. 

By Road: Kerala is effectively open by street from any piece of the nation through National Highways 17, 47 and 49. Legitimately associated by street with Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the territory of Kerala has a system between its significant urban areas by various state thruways and other metallic streets. 

By Rail: Most of the spots all through Kerala are interconnected by 200 Railway Stations. Direct prepares to Kerala can be benefited from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and other significant Indian urban areas. 

What are some of the popular places to see in Kerala?

A big Hello to all the Kerala fans!! We know that you are excited enough to explore some of the best places to visit in Kerala. As it offers the best places to visit it’s with diverse cultures and history. Explore this scenic beauty with our Kerala Tour Packages.

Is Kerala a good destination for Honeymoon?

As we all know that Kerala is known as God's own country and all for good reason it is home to some of the best honeymoon destinations in India. The place is surrounded by serene lush greenery and gently flowing backwaters.

This fabulous scenery and ideal setting rank Kerala high up the list of best honeymoon places in India. Newly wedded couples always dream of spending the first few months of their marriage in pure bliss. The coastal paradise which is Kerala has consistently been one of the favored special first-night goals in India for couples venturing into an entirely different period of their lives.

Which services can I book through Flamingo Website?

Flamingo Transworld’s website offers online booking services for flights and hotels .

Are floating cottages and Houseboats the same?

Houseboats and floating houses are very different. The major difference is in the fact that houseboats move whilst floating houses are located in primarily the one spot.

Is it safe to stay in a houseboat?

It is safe to stay in a houseboat in Kerala. Make sure you are selecting one of the best houseboats. Some of the premium houseboats have a Jacuzzi shower panel, Indian, Mughlai, and Chinese food menu. Hence, it is perfectly safe to stay in a houseboat in Kerala.

What are the famous places to shop for silk sarees in Kerala?

Kalyan Silks

Jayalakshmi Silks

Nalli Silks

Kalyan Silks

Pullimoottii Silks

How can I explore Kerala in 5 Days?

Kerala can be easily explored in 5-6 days and the information for the same is as below, and for more information, you can refer our package https://www.flamingotravels.co.in/india-tour-packages/kerala-holiday-tour-packages/wild-kerala-5nights/f1290


Day 1: Cochin-Munnar 

Day 2: Munnar 

Day 3: Munnar- Thekkady

Day 4: Thekkady- Kumarakom

Day 5: Kumarakom

Day 6: Kumarakom- Cochin

What is the best time to visit Kerala?

The Best time to visit Kerala is winter season i.e. between September and March when Kerala has comfortable and climate and pleasant weather with less humidity in all the tourist places. People who wish to experience ayurvedic treatments should visit in Monsoon season from June to August. April to June are comparatively warmer months with certain level of humidity. Traveling to Kerala between April to June can be inexpensive and this is when you can try your luck with negotiating the price.

What should be the duration of the Kerala tour?

To enjoy a wonderful family trip to Kerala, the duration can be stretched up to 7 nights 8 days. But to be on a safer side, an extended stay of 4 night 5 days because it will easily accommodate some of the most amazing things to do in Kerala, best places to visit and short breaks in Kerala.

Is alcohol served aboard houseboats?

Until recently, liquor was allowed on houseboats, however now one has to be a little careful while sneaking one's drink as many agencies forbid drinking on houseboats, for the security of their travelers.

Can I customize my Kerala Tour?

Yes, Flamingo does provide you with customized tour packages in which you can choose the destination according to your choices.

Is visiting Kerala in Monsoon a good idea?

Yes, Kerala in Monsoon is a good idea. Also, it is a perfect time to enjoy sightseeing at different destinations like Idukki, Kovalam, and Wayanad, Bekal, and Thekkady. Monsoon isalso considered the best to witness the waterfalls as they become stunning. The season is likewise perfect for honeymoon couples, family tours and surely for nature lovers.

What is the best time to book?

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What is the best time to book?

USA and Canada

Book your tour at least 3 months before the travel date

Southeast Asia

Book your tour at least 1 month before the travel date

India

Book your tour at least 1 month before the travel date

Australia, New Zealand and South Africa

Book your tour at least 2 months before the travel date

Dubai

Book your tour at least 1 months before the travel date

China and Japan

Book your tour at least 2 months before the travel date

Europe

Book your tour at least 2 months before the travel date

When is the peak season in Kerala?
  • June – September (Off-Season)

  • October – November (High Season)

  • December – January (Peak Season)

  • February – May (High Season)

What is the best time to visit the said destination?
Inferable from its geological variety, India could be visited round the year. Though winter months from October till March are the peak season for the travel industry in India, monsoon is the best time to visit for experiencing the downpour in Northern India just as the hills or fields in the South for Ayurveda treatments. For wildlife experience, April, May and June months are the best time to visit National Parks in India as it is when chances for locating Bengal tigers are ideal. Winter months are appropriate too for wildlife spotting. Summer a very long time from April till July is best to for climbing, treks and adventure in North and North Eastern Region of India just as visit to Ladakh.
What kind of food is offered to travelers on tour?
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.

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Kerala Holiday Packages : Kerala Vacation is the most energizing rundown which will without any doubt make your excursion exceptional. Its standout amongst the most went is a holiday destination in India due to its wealth of greenery and mountain. Kerala is a state on India’s tropical Malabar Coast. Kerala tour packages are widely known for backwaters, elephants, land of coconuts and the land of rich cultures and traditions and that’s why is the sought after place by travelers from all around the world.

Kerala has a wet and maritime tropical weather influenced by seasonal heavy rain for around 120-140 days in a year. Around 65% of the rainfall occurs from June to August. The months between November to May are the best time to visit Kerala and plan your kerala packages. Kerala is one such destination that not only rejuvenates but cleanses one’s body, mind, and soul. A paradise for both the travelers and natives, this popular place to visit in Kerala fascinate a travel experience unlike any other.

Here is the list of the best of places in Kerala that must visit on Kerala tour:

  • Munnar:  Munnar is one of the best places to visit on Kerala holiday packages, which is considered as very popular among hill stations in Kerala. It is shimmering with jade slopes of hills and valleys and the pristine destination certainly deserves exquisite resorts and hotels. There are also a lot of waterfalls and hiking routes in Munnar that must include in Kerala tour for adventure seeking guests.

  • Alleppey: Alleppey was described as one of the locations to visit during Kerala vacation known as ‘Venice of the East’ by Lord Curzon. A houseboat Kerala holiday along the natural backwaters in Alleppey provides a chance to observe landscapes attractions like paddy fields, small chapels, water levels, fishing and netting, ducks in the water, water lilies etc.

  • Kumarakom: Kumarakom is considered as one of the most tranquil places to visit on Kerala trip. It is quite a little hamlet with alluring sceneries ever pleasant weather and exotic flora and fauna. It holds a special spot in the list of best Kerala tours sightseeing places which adds tempting waterways, decorated lakes, aromatic coconut grooves, fresh paddy fields, thick mangrove forests, delightful authentic food, and unpolluted freshness of the air.

  • Thekkady: Thekkady is a place for the love of wildlife. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Thekkady is a popular wildlife sanctuary in Kerala packages preserving various species of animals including elephants, tigers, gaurs and the very rare lion-tailed macaques.

  • Wayanad: Wayanad translates to land of paddy fields which exhibits the greener side of Kerala vacation. It won’t be irrelevant to call it the “Green Paradise. The place is calm quite, enriched with scenic beauty, tradition, and wildlife. It is widely famous for its richness it holds in the tribal heritage and agriculture abundance.

Conclusion: So, That’s how we will make your Kerala tour / Kerala Honeymoon Packages  memorable. For tour package related any queries or questions, reach us at world@flamingotravels.co.in / +91 9825081806

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