Pack your stuff and book your Kerala honeymoon package with your partner to enjoy the time of your life in beautiful Kerala. Surrounded by lush green forests, hill stations and the sea, this scenic state of India is a perfect spot for honeymooners to explore and offers them tranquility in nature’s lap. The Kerala tour packages for couple will take you through the most romantic cities of Wayanad and Kochi also one of the best places to visit in Kerala.
Hold your partner’s hand and explore one of the most celebrated tourist destinations known for its stunning beaches, authentic cuisines, and diverse culture. Things to do in Kerala include a relaxing session of ayurvedic massage.
Grab a personalized Kerala tour packages and explore the stunning God’s own Country
"Hold the hands of your loved ones and bask yourself in Wayanad delighting you with the exciting sights of hills, caves, lakes reflecting the surrounding radiant forests, small streams and waterfalls caressing the hills "
The Views in Wayanad will delight you with the exciting sight of hills & caves, lakes reflecting the surrounding radiant forests, small streams and waterfalls caressing the hills. Overnight stay at Hotel.
After Breakfast, Proceed for a short sightseeing tour, Wayanad and start with the Chembra peak - at 2100 meters above sea level having incredible scenic beauty, Soochipara Falls, Neelimala View Point (Vaduvanchal) & Edakkal Caves. (Overnight stay at the Hotel).
A serene and scenic village, situated on the banks of Nila River (Bharathapuzha). On arrival check in to the hotel. Rest of the day enjoy the environment of the resort. (Overnight stay at Hotel)
After Breakfast, Proceed for a short sightseeing tour, visiting Kerala Kalamandalam, Punnathoor Fort, Vadakunatha Temple. Later in the afternoon drive to Athirapilly waterfalls, evening back to hotel. (Overnight stay at the Hotel).
Afternoon proceed for sightseeing of Cochin – visit Hill Palace Museum, Dutch Palace Museum, Jewish Street, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church and Chinese Fishing Nets. Overnight stay in Cochin.
Cochin Airport drop.
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All dates are valid between 29'Apr 2019 to 24'Dec 2020
*Holidays or any other exceptional dates are mentioned in Terms & Conditions of the package
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Best Time to visit:
Peak Season from September to March when the climate is cool and comfortable and the best time to visit for a holiday in Kerala. Off season in Kerala which is the hot, humid summer season from April to May. Monsoon Season from June to August suitable for Ayurveda with rains intermittently.
Things to buy:
Tea and Coffee is an important part of shopping in Kerala at Munnar. The Nilgiri Tea grown in various parts of Kerala and Kerala Kapi & Monsooned Malabar Coffee are rich in aroma, taste, and color. Kerala is also famous for Banana Chips, Cashew Nuts, Aroma Oils and handicrafts.
What to do:
Kerala's distinctive culture and extremely picturesque setting which contrasts with the fast-paced modern world makes it an indulgent place to go to relax. A trip to Kerala is not complete without experiencing the Kerala backwaters. It's a tranquil endeavor, for sure, one that can be part of a memorable romantic getaway. Many Ayurvedic Spas and resorts are located in Kerala due to its warm climate and the abundant supply of medicinal plants. Kathakali is a very unusual and ancient form of dance-drama that's traditional to Kerala. And you won't get to see performers dressed up like this every day!. Kalaripayattu is an ancient martial art form practiced in Kerala. Every year during the monsoon season Kerala comes alive with colorful snake boat races. Tea and coffee tasting is a must. Toddy, or palm wine, Kerala's indigenous alcoholic drink, is made from the sap of palm trees.
Malayalam, Tamil and English.
Kerala is home to numerous lip-smacking dishes prepared out of seafood, some of which include mussels, crab, tiger prawns, king prawns, tiny prawns, oysters, sardines, mackerel, tuna and gorgeous red lobsters. Do not miss Puttu and Kadala Curry, Appam with Stew, Idiyappam, Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu (Spicy Chicken Fry), Kerala Prawn Curry, Malabar Parota, Kerala Style Fish Molee. Kerala has, contrary to popular belief, a massive array of options for anyone who wishes to partake in purely vegetarian cuisine. From Vegetable Stew to Beetroot Thoran to Mushroom Pepper Fry. One must try Palada Payasam.
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