Kerala God’s Own Country

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One of the most quite and pristine states in India, Kerala is known for some beautiful hidden wonders. Lying in the South it is a quaint state with original geographical features ranging from the stream of backwaters, tea-covered hills of the Western Ghats, beaches and waterfalls.

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Package name    Kerala God’s Own Country

Duration    9 Nights / 10 Days

Price (Per Person On Twin Sharing)      20999

Package Start From     Cochin

Best Time to Visit     In Winter- October To Feb  & In Summer- Apr to June

Tour Details

Day 1    Destination - Destination – Arrival in Cochin

Meals    :      No Meals

Welcome to Queen of Arabian Sea! Our transporter will warmly greet you at Cochin Airport and the Railway Station and transfer you to pre-booked hotel in Munnar. After fresh up, go to visit nearby places” in Cochin such as Dutch Palace, Jew Streets, Mattanchery Palace, Jewish Synagogue and Chinese fishing net site. Overnight stay will be hotel.

Day 2    Destination - Destination – Cochin – Munnar (130 Kms)

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner Only

After having brunch check out from hotel in Munnar. On the road take a halt at Cheeyappara & Vallara Falls. The abundant greenery and gushing waterfalls will surely joy your heart. Reach Munnar & check into the hotel. Rest of the day will be free for recreation activities. Overnight Stay will be in hotel.

Day 3    Destination - Destination – Munnar Local Sight Seeing

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner Only

After brunch embark for an interesting tour to Munnar town. Places to cover will be Photo Point, Jungle Honey Bee Nest, Madupetty Dam/Lake, DTPC Boating, Elephant Arrival Spot, Cinema Echo Point, Shooting Point, Gundala Lake, Spice Plantation, Pothamedu Sunset View. Fun a comfortable overnight Stay in hotel.

Day 4    Destination - Destination – Munnar – Thekkady (110km)

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner Only

Fun your Brunch, check-out from the hotel and then it is time to hit the road to Thekkady, which is a best getaway to take a peek into the wild-side of Nature. Reach the haven and check into the hotel. Later take a stroll in Spice Plantations of Thekkady and like a boat ride over Perilya Lake. Overnight stay will be in Hotel.

Day 5    Destination - Destination – Thekkady – Kumarakom (120km)

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner Only

Our next destination will be Kumarakom. So pack-up your bags and allowance for the location. On the way get the real essence of Kerala – Bright Floras, Emerald Tea Plantations and charming Waterfalls, which will definitely be a treat to your eyes. Upon reaching Kumarakom check into the hotel and fun a lavish stay.

Day 6    Destination - Destination – Kumarakom– Alleppey (45km) Houseboat

Meals    :      Breakfast,Lunch & Dinner

Our next destination will be Kumarakom. So pack-up your bags and allowance for the location. On the way get the real essence of Kerala – Bright Floras, Emerald Tea Plantations and charming Waterfalls, which will definitely be a treat to your eyes. Upon reaching Kumarakom check into the hotel and fun a lavish stay.

Day 7    Destination - Destination – Alleppey-Kovalam (160km)

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner Only

After having morning meal, deboard the houseboat and proceed to Kovalam. Enroute Capture the view of coconut trees and the lovely landscapes. Arrive at the destination & transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day 8    Destination - Destination – Kovalam – Trivendrum Local

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner Only

Today delight yourself with the full day view of Trivandrum. Interesting places to cover will be Napier Museum, Chitra Art Gallery, Trivendrum zoo, Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple and Veli Village. After that it’s time to return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 9    Destination - Destination – Kovalam-Kanyakumari-Kovalam (85km)

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner Only

After breakfast, head towards Kanayakumari which is one the highly major Pilgrim centre in India. On the way cover Padmanabhapuram Palace and Suseendram Temple. Upon reaching Kanaykumari, major attractions to cover will be Swami Vivekananda Memorial, Thiruvalluvar Statue, Triveni Sangamon and Gandhi Museum. Later go back to Kovalam for a comfortable night stay.

Day 10    Destination - Destination – Kovalam – Trivandrum Drop

Meals    :      Breakfast Only

After Brunch, check-out from the hotel and bid farewell to amazing city called Kovalam. Our transporter will drop you off at Trivandrum Airport/Railway home for your on-wards journey.



  • Accommodation in selected category hotel (NA for Day Trips)
  • Brunch, except on Check-in Date (NA for Day Trips & Govt Properties)
  • Transit  as per Itinerary by Private Cab
  • Parking & Toll Charges
  • Driver Allowance
  • Inter-state Entry Tax, if applicable
  • Barge Tickets & Airport Transfers (for Andamans)
  • Pickup and Drop from Your Origin City (Optional)
  • Total fare includes GST charges


  • Airfare
  • Lunch, Dinner, Snacks & Beverages
  • Entry Fees & Local Guide Charges
  • Activity Fees
  • Hotel Early Check-in / Late Check-out Charges, if applicable
  • Mandatory Gala evening meal for Christmas and New Year eve
  • Other items not mentioned in Inclusions

Optionals (arranged on request at additional cost)

  • Homestays / Resorts / Choice of Hotels
  • Dinner
  • Tour guide (for selected destinations)
  • Honeymoon decoration, cake, candlelight dinner (for selected destinations)
  • Airport Pickup & Drop (select from Additional Options while calculating price)
  • Visa assistance (for selected International destinations)
  • Travel insurance


What is famous in Kerala?
Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is Popular especially for its ecotourism initiatives and charming backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular visitor destinations in the world.
What is special about Kerala?
The backwaters of Kerala are a beautiful feature not only in India, but also globally. Its 44 rivers and canals, alternating with lakes, provide for a viable mode of transport with incredibly charming surroundings.
What is Kerala famous food?
The Kerala staple food rotates around an abundance of coconut, rice, tapioca, and spices like black pepper, cloves, cinnamon, and ginger. Kerala Popular food also features a variety of seafood like angle, prawns, mussels, lobsters, and crabs owing to the state's long coastline.




 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 8 AM to 5 PM
 Entry Fee: Rs. 15 per person

Alleppey is located along with the Arabian coast of Alappuzha District and provides outlands, beaches and lagoon sightseer. Alappuzha District is one of the major traveler location apart from outlands it provides long paddy fields. The paddy fields are grown every year below the sea level and its one of the biggest features in Kuttanad along with backwoods and Boat services. The attraction of Keralites with coconut and banana leaves in their food will demonstrate to be a good observation for you if you have never tested it before. The scribbled highways and cleaner roads analogously will take you on an old excursion.

Best time to visit: September to mid-May



 Duration of visit: 1 Hour
 Timings: 8 AM to 5 PM
 Entry Fee: Rs. 15 per person

Munnar is the popular hill station in Kerala located at the joining of the three rivers Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly. It is situated on the Western Ghats range in the Idukki district and popular as the biggest tea plantations area. Tea plantations, thick forests, valleys, green mountains and nature make Munnar as one of the best amorous honeymoon locations in India. Cute bungalows, cozy home stays and luxurious hotels and resorts in Munnar make it the top places to visit in Kerala. The old world emigrant feel has its own beauty and it surely makes for a good groupie drive. Celebrate in the remarkable mixture of luxury and beauty, at the most awesome honeymoon resorts in Munnar.

Best time to visit: October to March


Waterfall  Pilgrimage  Historical & Heritage |  Museum & Gallery  Beach

 Duration of visit: 1 Full Day Tour
 Timings: 8 AM to 7 PM

Kochi earlier known as Cochin is a harbor city of Kerala situated at west coast of India in the Arabian Sea. Kochi is the part of community of Ernakulam, the eastern part of the mainland of Kochi and they both are called as identical cities. The city of Kochi is home to harbor of Kochi, Indian Navy, Indian Coast Guard and other biggest chemical productions. City of Kochi is the perfect tourist location in Kerala and sixth best in India. Kochi Marine Drive and Kochi Harbor, Jain temple in Mattancherry is few popular sites to visit around the city.

Best time to visit: July to April


 Waterfall    Nature & Scenic  Lake & Backwaters   Live Shows 

 Duration of visit: 1 Full Day Tour
 Timings: 8 AM to 7 PM

Kannur or Cannanore means the land of Lord Krishna, is a city situated in the District of Kannur on the North Malabar area of Kerala. The city is popular for its Theyyam art, pristine beaches and Adventurous Tours the north eastern seashores of Kerala with its scorching beaches encircled by abundant cashew plantations, old temples, remarkable monuments and British and clutch style buildings. Feel the beauty of this beautiful destination located in Kerala.

Best time to visit: October to March to enjoy a cool climate.


 Waterfall    Nature & Scenic  Lake & Backwaters   Live Shows 

 Duration of visit: 1 Full Day Tour
 Timings: 8 AM to 7 PM

The capital of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram is located west seashores of India and encircled by Tiruneveli, Kollam and Kanyakumari. Thiruvananthapuram is an Evergreen city of India and also observed as one of the 10 grass covered cities in India. The largest city of Kerala is an IT hub and home to individual educational institutes, Napier Museum and Research Laboratory. With so many places to visit, it allures pilgrims from all walks of life. 

Best time to visit: October to February

Thekkady Pariyar Lake Boat Cruises

 Lake & Backwaters

 Duration of visit: 2-3 Hours
 Timings: 7.30 AM, 9.30 AM, 11.15 AM, 1.45 PM, 3.30 PM
 Entry Fee: Inside Periyar Sanctuary, Rs.225 for Person

Boat cruise is the best mode in Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary to watch the wildlife from a close distance. Boating in Thekkady is arranged by the Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC) in the Periyar Lake and is one of the most popular things to do here as part of Kerala Tour Packages. The lake was formed by Mullaperiyar Dam constructed in 1895. The land surrounding the lake is commonly frequented by wildlife. The duration of boat ride is usually one to two hours. Seating capacity of the boats vary from 15 to 150. Equipped with high standards of safety, boating in Thekkady is a wonderful experience suited for tourists of all age groups. Small two seater boats are also available at Rs. 350.

Boating Charges (1-2 Hrs): Rs. 225 for Person
Boating Timings: 7.30 AM, 9.30 AM, 11.15 AM, 1.45 PM, 3.30 PM

Thekkady Elephant ride and Elephant Bathing 


 Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours

 Timings: 6 AM to 5 PM
 Entry Fee: Inside Periyar Sanctuary, Rs.350 for 30 min, Rs. 750 for 1 Hour & Rs. 1500 for 1.30 Hours per person

Elephant rides are famous in Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. The elephant rides through the spice gardens are arranged by Elephant Junction. This park is situated 4 Km away from Kumily Bus Stand. It offers a rare opportunity to experience the safari on an Elephant through a Spice Plantation where the gentle breeze refresh ones, with the spice scented air. Elephant Junction is a place where one can actually interact with the elephants getting indulged into activities such as bathing elephant, elephant ride and enjoying getting around with playful elephants. Elephant safaris are equipped with a howdah on the back of the elephant on which two tourists sit, with an umbrella over the riders head. Elephant trainers will be at side, walking along with the elephant.

Elephant Safari Timings: 6 AM to 5 PM.

Alleppey Backwater Cruises

 Lake & Backwaters

 Duration of visit: 4 Hours/Half Day
 Timings: 9 AM to 2 PM
 Entry Fee: cost varies on cruise duration
Alappuzha is a magnificent destination in Kerala with mix of Backwaters and Beach. Allapuzha, also known as Alleppey is situated on the shores of Arabian Sea close to the banks of Vembanad Lake. Alappuzha or Alleppey is among the most famous destination of backwaters in Kerala and also one of the top tourist places in Kerala. It is popularly known as the 'Venice of the East'. Alleppey is also known for the annual Nehru Trophy Boat Race held in Punnamada Lake on the second Saturday of August every year. This is the most competitive and popular of the boat races in India. Kuttanad, known as 'the rice bowl of Kerala' is part of the Alappuzha district. Kuttanad is also popular as an ideal place for Kerala backwaters trip in a houseboat. Kuttanad is one of the very few places in the world where farming is done below the sea level.


Beach    Nature & Scenic  Pilgrimage  Historical & Heritage |  Museum & Gallery 

 Duration of visit: 1 Full Day Tour
 Timings: 8 AM to 9 PM

Kumarakom is most famous tourist site situated near the Kottayam city and popular for its houseboat in backwoods of Vembanad Lake. Vembanad Lake is the largest aquatic lake of Kerala and longest lake in India. Kumarakom is a popular Bird harbor and home to a broad variety of local and translocatry birds.  Along with being home to individual producing houses, this location is also the profit-oriented hub of spices and crops. The attractive views and the old holy places simply add to the charm of this location.

Fort House Restaurant

Fort House is one of the top restaurants in Kochi for an unforgettable fine dining experience at a charming waterfront location. You can watch the ships go by while pampering your palette with a burst of fresh flavours and spices at this fort Kochi restaurant. All dishes are made to perfection, portion sizes are generous and the service is first class.

Must Try: Pork Vindaloo, Appams, Kerala chicken curry, Mango Lassi
Location: 2/6A, Calvathy Road, Fort Kochi, Kochi
Timings: Monday to Sunday – 7:30Am to 10:30PM
Cuisine: Chinese, Grill, Seafood, Kerala
Average Meal for two: 1000

Kashi Art Cafe

This quaint cafe is hugely popular amongst Fort Kochi restaurants for its eclectic art displays in a lovely historic building with a leafy courtyard. The interesting interiors are perfectly complemented by the delicious spread of food and beverages. The lemonade, handground Malabar coffee and organic juices leave you asking for more. From a humble omelette to the exotic tuna papaya salad, each dish is freshly prepared with locally sourced organic ingredients and a lot of attention to detail, making every meal a delight.

Must Try: Sandwiches, Roast chicken, pastas, chocolate cake
Location: Burgher Street, Fort Kochi, Kochi
Timings: Monday to Sunday – 8:30AM to 10PM
Cuisine: European, Cafe
Average Meal for two: 600

Sky Grill Lounge Bar & Restaurant

This is one of the bets sought after Kochi restaurants for a soothing rooftop setting, delicious food and personalized service. Whether you’re sipping sundowners with friends or celebrating your special day, Chefs Ravinder & Gaurav and their beautiful team will ensure you spend a memorable evening here. The stamp starters and desserts take culinary expertise and taste to new heights.

Must Try: Pork rib, Grilled salmon, finger-licking kebabs and heavenly cocktails
Location: Kundanoor Junction, Crowne Plaza Kochi, Maradu, Marad, Kochi
Timings: 6PM-11:30PM all days of the week

Four House Restaurant

Four House is one of the best restaurants in Kochi for an unforgettable fine eating experience at a graceful waterfront location. You can watch the ships go by while pampering your palette with a burst of fresh favorites and spices at this fort Kochi restaurant. All dishes are made to perfection, portion sizes are big and the service is first class.

Must Try: Appams, Pork Vindaloo, Mango Lassi, Kerala chicken curry,

Location: 2/6A, Calvathy Road, Fort Kochi, Kochi

Timings:  7:30Am to 10:30 PM-Mondays to Sunday

Spice Garden Restaurant

Spice Garden Restaurant in Thekkady is one of the famous dining establishments where locals and travelers come to enjoy good food. It is here that you will get the best of both cuisines, traditional and continental. It is a multi-cuisine restaurant where you can order Chinese, Indian, and continental from the menu. Enjoy the freshness of flavors in the food which is prepared with warmth and love. While the place will pamper you with professional and prompt service, the homely ambiance will make you feel good.

Address: Thekkady By Pass Rd, Thekkady, Kumily, Tamil Nadu 685509
Timings: 9 AM – 10 PM
Cuisines: Indian, Chinese, Continental

Asian Kitchen

Asian Kitchen features amongst the few Kochi restaurants offering Pan Asian cuisine cooked to perfection, with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. It has a relaxed open air setting with intimate lighting and an expanded menu to choose from. Dim sums to die for and authentic juicy sushi are the show stealers, while the impeccable service is an icing on the cake.

Must Try: Sushi, Chicken Skewer, Dim sum Platter

Location: Cochin Club, Opposite Parade Ground, St. Francis Church Road, Fort Kochi, Kochi

Timings:  12:30PM to 3:30PM, 7PM to 11PM- Monday to Sunday

Kashi Art Café                                   

This quaint cafe is hugely famous amongst Fort Kochi restaurants for its eclectic art displays in a pretty historic building with a leafy courtyard. The interesting interiors are totally complemented by the delicious spread of food and beverages. The lemonade, hand-ground Malabar coffee and organic juices leave you asking for more. From humble omelets to the exotic tuna papaya salad, each menu is fresh prepared with locally sourced organic ingredients and a lot of attention to detail, making every meal a delight.

Must Try: Sandwiches, chocolate cake, Roast chicken, pastas
Location: Burgher Street, Kochi, Fort Kochi
Timings:  8:30AM to 10PM- Monday to Sunday

The Rice Boat

An exclusive eating experience awaits you at one of the most famous fort Kochi restaurants, located right at the edge of water with spectacular views of the beach. Set on a floating ship, this Taj restaurant is a seafood lovers’ paradise. You can relish a fish of your choice cooked in 3 different styles while the hot and helpful steward takes you still the intricacies of the menu. For the experience it offers, The Rice Boat deserves to feature amongst the great restaurants in Kochi.

Must Try: Crab soup, Fish Grill
Location: Willingdon Island, Kochi, Vivanta by Taj – Malabar
Timings: 12 noon to 2:45PM, 7:30PM to 11PM- Monday to Sunday

Qissa Café

A cool cafe to just unwind with friends or fun your book while sipping some refreshing innovative coffees, iced teas, or yummy lassis. The soothing European decor with quirky elements (like old sewing machines used as tables), soft music and huge portions have made this cafe famous in the Kochi food scene. Egg lovers can rejoice at Qissa which offers a range of egg options as well as sumptuous international menu.

Must Try: banoffee pie, chocolate cake, poached eggs
Location: Number 18, KB Jacob Road, Fort Kochi, Kochi
Timings:  8:30AM to 9:30PM -Monday to Sunday

Dal Roti

This is a one of the most famous fort Kochi restaurants to try myriad varieties of North Indian fare at reasonable prices. A rustic ambience, pleasant staff and the yummiest jumbo sized kathi rolls make this a best choice amongst the Kochi restaurants. The seven types of lip-smacking thalis and super soft flaky parathas are sure to joy you with their taste and favorite.

Must Try: Mughlai paratha, Kathi Roll, Chicken Thali

Location: 1/293 Lilly Street, Fort Kochi, Kochi
Timings: 12 Noon to 3:15PM, 6:30PM to 10PM - Monday to Sunday

Parakkat Nature Resorts, Pallivasal

This splendid hotel in the lap of Munnar is built to serve casual travelers as well as business travelers. One of the most best features of this resort  are the stunning views it offers of the verdant rolling hills and tea plantations that surround it lunch. The service is at the premises. The hotel is famous for its is also celebrated for the courteous behavior of the staff

Address2nd mile Chithirapuram, Pallivasal, Kerala 685565

The Panoramic Getaway Munnar

Located beautifully on a hilltop and being one of the best luxury resorts in Munnar, the Panoramic Getaway lives up to its name in the true sense. The luxury will spoil you to the core and one must take a helicopter ride to or from the hotel for a thrilling experience.

Address: Munnar Bypass, Chithirapuram, Munnar
Price/Night: INR 10,000 & above (double sharing basis)
How To Reach:

From Cochin, the hotel is located 10 kilometers before the town of Munnar.

Take the NH 49 and you can located the hotel on the right side post 2.5 kilometers further on Munnar-Adimaly road.

Things To Do Around The Hotel: Witness a romantic sunset from the terrace garden, enjoy a warm bonfire and relax at Tattvam’s ayurvedic wellness spa

SpiceTree Munnar

Defining a mountain retreat at its best, SpiceTree is one of the top hotels in Munnar. Set amidst the mighty ranges of Kanan Devan mountains and valley of Bison Hills, SpiceTree is the place where one can chill with hills peacefully.

Address: Muttukad-Periakanal Road, Nadukkurissu, Idukki, Munnar
Price/Night: INR 11,600 & above (double sharing basis)
How To Reach:

The hotel is located 24 kilometers away from the Munnar Bus Station.

The Alwaye railway station is 140 kilometers away and the Cochin international airport is 150 kilometers away.

Things To Do Around The Hotel: Sip on a coffee made with love at 300 BC A Karma Coffee Shop, spend some quality time with your favorite novels at the Book Bar, take part in ethnic cooking classes, go for tea tasting or enjoy floating in the swimming pool by the day

The Fog Munnar Resort & Spa

Staying at The Fog Munnar is an experience in itself. Located away from the hustle and bustle of the city rush, it is indeed the best luxurious place to go out on a date with hills and cuddle with the clouds.

Address: Eatty City Road, Chithirapuram, Munnar
Price/Night: INR 12,000 & above (double sharing basis)
How To Reach:

The hotel can be best reached from Munnar bus stop that is is 14 kilometers away.

Get down at Ernakulam railway station which is the nearest at 95 kilometers from the hotel.

Things To Do Around The Hotel: Unwind with indoor sports such as billiards, chess and foosball, cook a signature dish yourself at the cooking classes and enjoy the night by the campfire

Xandari Harbor, Mattancherry

Steeped in history, Xandari Harbor at Fort Kochi is a walk into the past. Housed in a building that is nearly 300 years old, the hotel is rustic at its famous, with unpainted walls and the original roof tiles still in existence, lending a quaint charm to the place. A best natural water pool in the campus of the hotel is a hot special with the patrons. The hotel is finding on the aromatic Spice market road of Mattancherry.

The Zuri Kumarakom, Kerala Resort & Spa, Kumarakom

Nestled in the beautiful backwaters of Kumarakom, The Zuri Kumarakom is a five-star property find on the Vembanad Lake, the biggest lake in Kerala. The crisp winds wafting from the sea, the unending admirable lagoons and the dancing coconut trees lend a best pics view of the place, combining nature with comfort. An experience at The Zuri Kumarakom is replete with a taste of history, culture, authentic cuisine, and sights of the rich flora and fauna that surround the place.

Old Lighthouse Bristow Hotel, Kochi

Find in the chief visit spot of Fort Kochi, Old Lighthouse Bristow Hotel provides scenic vistas of the sea. Their food is favorites of all the tourists for its classic delicacies. The place is a recipient of the Traveler’s Choice Awards by Trip Advisor in 2016. The precinct of the hotel houses the old lighthouse easy going that dates back to 1927.

Hills & Hues Resort, Periyar

Nuzzled in the heart of nature, Hills and Hues Resort is where you can wake up to the chirping of birds, the sight of mists rolling down the valleys, and be enveloped in the fragrances of ripe wildflowers and tropical fruits. Customers can indulge in a range of activities, such as receiving cooking lessons from the in-house chef and walking through their spice, fruit, and vegetable garden.

Vythiri Village Resort, Vythiri

A charming jungle retreat, Vythiri Village Resort offers an exclusive experience in the wild heart of Wayanad. Surrounded by a dense tropical rainforest, fun the sights and sounds of the enticing flora and fauna that inhabit the raw nature. Treat your senses, body, mind, and soul to a blessed experience at this hotel. Pool villas, Tree houses and honeymoon villas are the magnificent offerings from the hotel.

Turtle on the Beach, Kovalam

Coveted as a family holiday and honeymoon getaway, Turtle on the Beach is a fashionable five-star store property that gives the most of Kovalam to the tenants. Combining the silent identity of Kerala with the bohemian spirit of the sea, the resort is located facing Eve’s Beach. The focal point of the things is that each of their rooms are sea facing.

Cruise the backwaters

Arguably is the most famous of Kerala’s attractions, heading on a houseboat cruise along the indirect network of backwaters that dissect the state is an unforgettable experience. One of the most popular locations is Alleppey to exit from on a backwater tour, though such is the expanse of Kerala’s waterways, there are various station that offer the opportunity to participation a laid-back cruise, stain different birdlife and absorbing local life as you go.

Visit a tea plantation

Hidden away in the verdant landscapes of the Western Ghats, travelers will hesitate across the beautiful fountain of Munnar, important for its tea plantations. Showcasing a never-ending tarp of green rolling hills, as well as some of the natural tea you’ll ever taste, a visit here is a must, and you can examine these plantations via a range of beautiful tours.

Visit a spice plantation

Going head to head with tea in the battle of the Kerala plantations, you can’t visit the ‘Garden of Spices’ and not give an afternoon to visiting a spice plantation. Originally famous for its ancient black pepper trade, you’ll experience all sorts of spices grown around the plantations of Periyar, including ginger, cardamom and cinnamon

Thekkady – Take A Spice Tour

Take a tour of the spice plantations or gardens in Munnar, Thekkady or Wayanad. Taste some authentic black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, and the exotic vanilla and explore the farms on a nature walk. Most hotels include these tours in their packages but you can visit on your own too, like Abraham’s Spice garden in Thekkady which costs only Rs 200 to enter. You can also buy spices you like at subsidized rates from the workshop located in the spice garden itself.

Go hiking in Munnar

In addition to the breathtaking landscapes that deliver as a home for tea, Munnar is also something of a playground for lovers of the great outdoors. There are several adventurous spot and the rewarding treks to take the experience in Munnar, including the Kannan Devan Hills trail and the Idukki Forest Walk.

Beaches on the Arabian Sea

While the state may not be clearly famous for its beaches, Kerala boasts a beautiful beach for beach bums to cuddle. Promising soft sand, calming Indian sunshine and luxury of beachside atmosphere and nature. Head to Kovalam for a party atmosphere, or alternately find enjoyment at Marari Beach.

Head into the Periyar Jungle

Located in the heart of the Western Ghats and popular for its beautiful wildlife sanctuary, Periyar is a far cry from the beach picture of the Malabar Coast. Jungle walks are one of the best activities to add to your journey in Periyar, and on good days, you can expect to confrontation the likes of Asian elephants, countless monkeys, giant squirrels and over 260 species of bird.

Explore Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi is the historical city, with its world-famous Chinese fishing nets and bustling port, made its name on the old spice route. Today you can find many signs of this tradition and dignity, best done by embarking on DIY or guided walking tours of Fort Kochi. Here you will hesitate across everything from splendid Portuguese churches to impressive colonial mansions. You should visit Fort Kochi at sunset to click the picture of fishing nets and a beautiful colourful sky.

Chingoli – Indulge Ayurveda Session

Any vacation to Kerala is incomplete without indulging in a rejuvenating Ayurvedic session as it is like gambling in Las Vegas. Kerala is full of Ayurveda resorts that offer a range of forms of natural treatment. They use natural herbs and oil to make a concoction that has the power to ease the tension in the body as well as relax the mind. Relive all your stress by getting a massage session in one of the resorts.

Alleppey – Watch The Snake Boat Race

Watching the colorful Snake Boat races in Alleppey is one of the most amazing things to do in Alleppey, Kerala. Snake boat races are mostly held from July to September particularly during Onam festival. You can even rent a boat to look at the race from close-by and cheer for your favorite team as they all race by each other one by one. The closest station is Alleppey which is accessible from Ernakulam.

Tea And Coffee 

If you love your morning drink, then Kerala has something very special for you! You should stock up on your supply of tea and coffee when you visit the hilly regions of Kerala. You can head to any of the factories around town and be secret to the production and cultivation of different tea and coffee varieties. While here, savor the incredible surroundings in and around the large farm!

Where: Local coffee shops, coffee estates or State Coffee Board.

Timings: NA

Kathakali Masks

The Kathakali dance form originated in Kerala, and the extravagant exhibition is part of every traditional celebration. Combining dance, theatre and music, this classical dance is marked with performers decorate elegant dress and colourful face paint, akin to a mask. Kathakali masks make for great wall displays, and serve as a beautiful reminder of your time in Kerala.

Aroma Oils

Kerala is famous for its Ayurvedic treatments for various purposes from treating certain ailments to beauty procedures too. There are many places to vsit in Kerala that are world famous for their Ayurvedic treatments, yoga and more. The massages are carried out through different therapies using various aroma oils, based on the concept of aromatherapy. Even most of the resorts and hotels in the state have spa centres offering rejuvenating massages. Therefore buying aroma oils has inadvertently become an important part of your Kerala Shopping experience. You will find top quality aroma oils here of different varieties, used for different purposes.

Where: Various places in Kerala including Thekkady, Kumily or Kochi (Spices Board outlet)

Timings: NA


The warm and sticky climate of Kerala is perfect for the farming of a variety of rich spices like cardamom, black pepper, turmeric, star anise, cinnamon, clove etc. This is the perfect place for you to go shopping in Kerala for these lovely and aromatic spices as well. Expensive spices are grown here; you can get easily at reasonable prices. However, there are plenty of shops that carry these fresh and locally-grown spices.

 Where: Places including in Kerala Thekkady, Periyar, Kumily, Munnar or around Fort Kochi

Timings: NA


The seaside port of Kollam is known as the ‘cashew capital of the world’, that producing almost 80% of India’s export-quality cashews. Roasted, salted, fried, plain however you like it; you’ll get the best and freshest quality cashews in this region. Even if you don’t end up in Kollam, you’ll find cashews pretty much everywhere in Kerala.

Where: Local stalls in Kollam and Kochi and Kerala Cashew Corporation Board outlet     in Kollam

Timings: NA

Kasavu Mundu

Symbol of beautiful clothing, and that is commonly worn during ceremonies, kasavu mundu is traditional cotton textile of Kerala’s with a gold zari border. Select a handloom sari or dhothi from the wide range available. According to changing fashion trends, you can also findkasavu mundus with awesome colourful borders.

Where: Local as well as branded outlets and you can get from some govt. authorized Kerala Tourism where you can get all type of stuff.

Timings: NA

Banana Chips

Banana chips are another most famous and must-buy items of the state, making them a necessary part of your Kerala Shopping spree. These delicious and light snacks made out of raw bananas are available all over in Kerala. If you purchase in bulk there is the possibility of bargaining and just make sure you taste them beforehand.

Where: Local stalls

Timings: NA

Coir Handicrafts

Kerala is well known for its eco-friendliness and abundance of coconuts. This is an ideal place to grab some coconut and coir based products such as rugs, pure coconut oil, mats, wall hangings, delicacies made of coconut and cool stuff made from its husk and other home décor items.


Jewellery is another important must-do items in the list of things to do in Kerala. The intricate designs embellished with different precious and semi-precious gems or pearls is simply fascinating. To celebrate the womanhood in you or to gift someone you adore, you can buy these superb pieces of jewellery in gold, depicting the true Malayali style, and the artificial one too, which are as good as the real ones.

Where: There are numerous gold jewellery and artificial jewellery shops located in Kerala

Timings: NA


Kochi is a wonderful place to buy a variety of items including wooden or brass figurines, colourful jewellery, bamboo and shell wall décor items, sandalwood bangles etc.

Where: MG Road- It is a fantastic spot to go shopping for decorative items in Kerala. You can also pick items like toys, readymade clothing, footwear, fabrics, jewellery, nuts etc.

Timings: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

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