Kerala is counted among the most beautiful destinations in the country. Renowned for its unspoilt beauty, Kerala lures travellers from far and wide. It is often said that a visit to India is incomplete without treading in God’s own country Kerala. Visit Sweven Ventures and book cheap Kerala packages with us.
Kerala is synonymous with calmness and tranquillity. Exotic beaches and backwaters adorn the palm fringed landscape of this place. This place is packed with countless amusements which never fail to fascinate you. Book Kerala tour packages for family and spend some memorable time with your near and dear ones.
Kerala has some of the extremely beautiful tourist destinations to hold the attention of travellers. You can easily book Kerala tour package for couple and create some everlasting memories. Some of the must-see places in Kerala are:
Best time to Visit
September – March: Winter season is the peak season to plan a visit to Kerala. It is the best time for holidays in God's Own Country. After the monsoon, the weather starts cooling and remains an average of 10-25°C, with hills having a little lower temperature than the usual. The winter season that starts by the end of October and lasts till early March.
March – May: Summer season in Kerala begins in the month of March and continues till May. The summer months bring hot and humid weather. The hottest time of year is between March and May when temperatures touch 30°C. The average summer temperatures are between 25°C- 30°C. Though there is often respite in this season in form of showers in the evening. Summer in Kerala means, fewer crowds, and lower hotel rates.
June – August: Monsoons in Kerala arrive in the month of June and last till August. Heavy rains add a fresher look to entire state and make it more alluring. Thunderstorms are a common feature of this season. It is an ideal time for experiencing Ayurvedic treatments. Also, it is a good time to enjoy sightseeing at different destinations of Kerala like Idukki, Kovalam and Wayanad. In fact it's not wrong to say that Kerala is at its best in this season.
By Air: Kerala has 2 international airports - in Thiruvananthapuram and in Kochi while the domestic airport in Kozhikode is also strategically located. Flights of all the public and private airlines fly between these airports and link them to the main airports in India as well as abroad.
By Train: Being strategically placed, most of the parts in and out of Kerala are connected by around 200 railway stations. Direct trains connect Kerala to most of the important cities in India including Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Calcutta and more.
By Road: You can reach Kerala from any part of the country using National Highways 17, 47 and 49. Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are directly linked to Kerala through a good network of roads. Many important cities fall on the way.
By Sea: If you are coming from the Lakshadweep Island, there are regular ships to Kochi. The backwaters of Kerala are not only prime tourist attraction but are also a means of transportation as well. One can opt for speedboats, public ferries or Houseboats or Ketuvallams.