Kerala 6Night 7Days

7 Days

Trip Facts

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  • Transport Included
  • Meals Included (Breakfast + Dinner).
  • Pickup & drop Included
  • English & Local Language.

Kerala, a state located in the southwestern region of India, is known for its lush greenery, serene backwaters, and tranquil beaches. Often referred to as “God’s Own Country,” Kerala offers tourists a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and historical significance. Here is a comprehensive tourist guide to the beautiful state of Kerala.

Climate: The climate of Kerala is tropical, with monsoon rains from June to September and hot and humid weather from March to May. The best time to visit Kerala is from October to February, when the weather is pleasant and ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.

Backwaters: Kerala is renowned for its network of interconnected lagoons and lakes that lie parallel to the Arabian Sea coast, known as the backwaters. These backwaters offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and are a must-visit for nature lovers. A houseboat cruise through the backwaters is a popular activity that allows visitors to take in the picturesque scenery and get a glimpse of the local rural life. Some popular backwaters destinations in Kerala include Alleppey, Kumarakom, and Kollam.

Beaches: Kerala is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in India. From secluded coves to bustling beach towns, there is something for everyone. Kovalam Beach, Varkala Beach, and Cherai Beach are some of the most popular beaches in Kerala and offer a variety of activities such as sunbathing, swimming, and water sports.

Hill Stations: Kerala is also known for its beautiful hill stations that offer a cool respite from the tropical heat. Some of the most popular hill stations in Kerala include Munnar, Wayanad, and Thekkady. These hill stations are known for their tea plantations, scenic beauty, and adventure activities such as trekking and wildlife spotting.

Culture and History: Kerala is rich in culture and history, and there are numerous temples, churches, and monuments that offer a glimpse into the state’s past. The Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram is one of the most famous temples in Kerala and is known for its intricate carvings and stunning architecture. The St. Francis Church in Fort Kochi is another popular historical site that was once a Portuguese church and is now a museum.

Wildlife: Kerala is also a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts. The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Thekkady is home to a variety of wildlife such as elephants, tigers, and bison. The Silent Valley National Park in Palakkad is another popular wildlife destination that is known for its diverse flora and fauna.

Food: Kerala is renowned for its delicious cuisine that features a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Some of the most popular dishes include appam and stew, dosa, and fish curry. Kerala is also famous for its traditional sadya, a vegetarian feast served on a banana leaf.

Shopping: Kerala offers a variety of shopping options for tourists, from traditional handicrafts to modern malls. The markets in Kochi, Trivandrum, and Kozhikode are great places to purchase traditional Kerala souvenirs such as wooden toys, spices, and handloom cloth.

Transportation: Kerala is well connected by air, road, and rail. The main airport in Kerala is located in Thiruvananthapuram, with other major airports in Kochi and Kozhikode. Buses and taxis are readily available for local transportation, and the state also has a well-developed rail network.


Kerala is the last evergreen state in the southern corner of India. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The state has its own tourism tag called “God’s Own Country” which has super brand status. Kerala is famous for its backwaters and lagoons. Kerala is also known for its Ayurveda tourism. The states are named as 10th paradise in the world by National Geographic Traveller. Major tourist attractions in Kerala such as backwaters, lagoons, tropical beaches, spices, tea plantations, Thekkady, and Munnar.


Entrenching waterfall transit in adherapally waterfall & Wayachal. Kerala is not only seen for its diverse flora and fauna, but it also has centuries of beautiful wildlife, wonderful historical architecture, and relaxing houseboats in Alleppey.

Kerala has been selected top 3 destinations in the world by the world travel & tourism council.


7 Days Kerala itinerary Highlights

  • Explore the Fort Kochi along with India's oldest church, St. Francis Church.
  • Sight-see the hill town of Munnar including Eravikulam National Park.
  • Explore the Tata Tea museum
  • Spend a night on a houseboat at Alleppey


Our representative will pick you up at the airport/railway station & transfer you to Cochin. Cochin, ‘The Queen of Arabian Sea’, is a vibrant city situated on the southwest coast of the Indian peninsula. Cochin (now Kochi) is a blend of medieval Portugal, Holland, and an English country village. On arrival check in to Hotel. Enjoy a city tour of Cochin visiting the Jewish Synagogue, St.Francis Church, Dutch Palace, Mattancherry Palace, Hill Palace Museum, Chinese Fishing Net, and Bolgatty Island. Overnight stay at Hotel in Cochin.

Day 2 :

Upon arrival to cochin from Kochi Airport /Railway station start your journey toward Munnar. Munnar is a popular hill station of Kerala perched at an altitude of 1600 meters in the western ghats. Famous for its tea estates, various shades of a green, blanket of mist, and craggy peaks. Munnar is aptly known as the Kashmir of south India. . On the way, relish the sightseeing attractions such as Cheeyappara Waterfalls and Valara waterfalls. Reach the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 3 :

After a filling breakfast, get ready to leave for a full-day sightseeing tour of Munnar covering Eravilkulam National Park ( 15km) to view the endangered wild oat Nilgiri Tahr (National Park is closed during the breeding season. Please check with us prior to the arrival. Visit Tea Museum (03km) and the tea factory ( Closed on Monday and good Friday)Mattupeety Dam ( 13 km ) and kundala Lake (28 km). old Munnar town, Flower garden, and hydel park.
Also, you can explore the local markets of Munnar for a little souvenir hunting. Later, return to the hotel for a lovely dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4 :

Get up early to enjoy the sunrise and tasty breakfast, before proceeding to Thekkady- a verdant paradise ideal for unwinding. A hill station and home to the country's largest Tiger Reserve –Periyar. Thekkady is a great way to enjoy a jungle vacation. Home Of the world's finest Spices and visit the green garden of the spice plantation. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel. Later enjoy a boat ride at Periyar lake on your own where you get a chance to see the star of the show in Periyar is the herd of elephants that descend down the lake other intriguing and rare species of animals b dwelling in the sanctuary include the sambar deer, Nilgiri Langur the highly Endangered lion-tailed macaque Small Travancore flying squirrel, strip necked Mangoose Later, return to the hotel as the third day of your trip ends with an overnight stay at Thekkady..

Day 5 :

After a refreshing breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey Set out on an enchanting overnight backwater cruise in traditionally decorated houseboats. Check-in time is 12 noon and the cruise starts with lunch. While cruising in these floating luxury villas, let your eyes settle for the rare and the unusual - skim past Chinese fishing nets, bowed-down paddy fields, and local inhabitants engaged in making coir products, rustic homes, and ancient temples and swaying coconut groves. Food will be served onboard. Overnight stay in the houseboat

In the morning proceed to Kovalam. Kovalam truly captures the essence of Kerala. This internationally renowned beach has been the favorite haunt of tourists since the 1930s. A beach paradise with the boundless blue of the Arabian Sea and is a sheltered natural bay. On arrival check-in at Hotel. Day free for leisure. Overnight at the Hotel in Kovalam.

Day 7 :

Have your fill of a delicious breakfast and then proceed to Trivandrum Airport/railway station (depending on your departure place) for your flight / train back home, feeling contented about a wonderful holiday you spent in God's Own Country
Tour Ends!


The Trip Cost Include

  • Arrival assistance
  • Same or similar category on a triple sharing basis.
  • Service of an English or Hindi professional Guide.
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner.
  • 1N @ Alleppey Houseboat With AP plan.
  • Personalized tour arrangements and 24-hour Customer service.
  • All Transfer On a Private Basis
  • All Sightseeing on a PRIVATE Basis
  • All applicable hotel and vehicle taxes, tolls, parking fees, permit charges, etc.

The Trip Cost Exclude

  • Laundry.
  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Medical expenses.
  • Flight was canceled due to bad weather.
  • Anything that is not mentioned in inclusions..
  • Expenses of personal nature.
  • Government service tax.

frequently asked Question

What is the best season to visit kerala?

The best season to visit Kerala is between September to March. During winter you will feel a comfortable climate and pleasant weather with less humidity.
Winter is the perfect season to explore the lagoons, tranquil canals, and spicy plantations of Kerala.
People prefer the monsoon season from June to August for ayurvedic treatment

What makes Kerala vacations so popular?

Kerala is known as God’s own nation and is a true paradise on Earth with beautiful scenery. Kerala vacations are popular because of the many beautiful beaches and coastal activities, as well as the towns, villages, colorful culture, and festivals, as well as the lush hill stations, forests, and animals. Alappuzha, Kochi, Coorg, Munnar, Wayanad, and Alleppey are the greatest destinations to visit.

What is the official language of Kerala?

Malayalam is the most widely spoken language in Kerala, as well as the state’s official language. Kerala has a large English and Hindi-speaking population.

What should travellers in Kerala do?

The following are the best things to do in Kerala

1. Spend time on a houseboat in the backwaters.

2. Take a visit to a traditional village.

3. Treat yourself to an Ayurvedic procedure.

4. Take in cultural events

5. Participate in lavish celebrations

6. A glimpse of the martial arts, particularly Kalaripayattu

What kind of Vehicle will you provide during the trip?

We will provide
Swift Dzire/ Artiga/ Indigo: for 1 to 3 Pax
Innova: for 4 to 6 pax
Tempo Traveler: for more than 7 Pax

What is the nearest airport for Kerala ?

There are three major airports in Kerala.
Cochin International Airport Limited, Nedumbassery – CIAL (IATA: COK)
Trivandrum International Airport, Vallakkadavu (IATA: TRV)
Calicut International Airport, Karipur (IATA: CCJ)
Cochin International Airport Limited is the most active and well-connected with all major cities in India and the world with regular flight services

What is the nearest railway station for Kerala?

Kerala railway network is very active with frequent trains connecting the state with the major cities of India. The major railway junctions of Kerala are
Trivandrum Central (TVC), Ernakulam South/Junction (ERS), Shoranur Junction (SRR)

What is Kerala famous for?

Kerala is known for its scenic natural beauty, tourist attractions, heritage sites, exotic beaches, backwaters, houseboats rides, densely forested mountain ranges, deciduous semi-deciduous jungles that are home to some rare, plant life wildlife species.

What is the local food of Kerala ?

Kerala is known as the spice bowl of India. It is famous for its rich heritage of tasty food specially sea-food. Well known for spicy versions of non vegetarian dishes Chicken, Meat and Fish (‘Molly’ fish and ‘Karimeen Pollichathu’ Fish). Vegetarian people can try veggie delicacies made with coconut and bananas (Kerala’s ‘Puttu-Kadala’ and ‘Appam-Ishtu). Don’t forget to try Palada Payasam and Halwa which are special desserts of Kerala.

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