|Hotel Picture||Hotel Envisaged||Destination||Nights||Approx Price|
|N/A||Marari Sands Beach Resort||Alleppey||02||INR 14985/- Per Person|
|Departure Dates||Tour Starting Price||Note|
|Validity from 1st April - 30th September 2019||INR 14985/- Per Person||
Kerala, a state on India's tropical Malabar Coast, has nearly 600km of Arabian Sea shoreline. It's known for its palm-lined beaches and its backwaters, a network of canals popular for cruises. Its many upscale seaside resorts include specialists in Ayurvedic treatments. Inland are the Western Ghats, a mountain range whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as abundant native wildlife.
Kerala, popularly referred as “God’s own Country” among tourists, is one of the best destinations in India which is ideal for spending a memorable vacation. Tourists from faraway lands are lured to this exotic land that offers them some spectacular sceneries and more unforgettable experiences. Tranquil beaches; Stunning backwaters; Majestic Hill stations; Wide range of Biodiversity; Waterfalls; Lush greenery; Ayurveda treatments; Exotic art forms; Captivating culture; Warm hospitality; Rich heritage; Delicious cuisines; Everything about Kerala is simply special and unique.
Air: Kerala has 2 international airports - in Thiruvananthapuram and in Kochi while the domestic airport in Kozhikode is also strategically located.
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.
Rail: 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.
Sea: 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.
Blessed with soothing and equable climate all round the year, Kerala is a tropical state with extensive coastline running down its entire region and Western Ghats acting as protective barrier against the dry winds of north.
The best season to experience Kerala is winter, between the months of September and March. The weather at this time is perfect, mild and pleasant, for enjoying the hills, beaches and backwaters.
In a destination like Kerala, the monsoon showers keep the heat of summer away, the green gets greener and even the air gets cleaner.
Cochin: Kochi is Kerala’s premier city. A city filled with glamour and endowed with tradition, it is also Kerala’s financial capital. Moreover, it is the perfect city to visit by day or by night.
Munnar: Munnar, the erstwhile retreat of the British is now one of India’s most loved hill stations. Its green flowing hills and silent brooks always compete with the verdant tea gardens to grab your attention.
Alleppey: Alleppey or Allapuzha as the warm villagers call it is a small, green town dotted so perfectly with canals and clear ponds, you can feel God’s craftsmanship.
Thekkady : Thekkady is not a typical and lazy hill station. It is also one of the only places in India where you can observe magnificent elephants spraying water on the boat you ride in.
Kumarakom: Kumarakom is a tiny village complete with charming ethnicity and beautiful backwaters.
Kovalam: Kovalam is a perfect balance of serene beaches and bustling youth. The white sands and the crystal waters make it the ideal relaxation spot while the beach side cafes and the delightful cuisine are almost movie like.
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