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PLAN YOUR KERALA TOUR: A STEP BY STEP GUIDE

PLAN YOUR KERALA TOUR: A STEP BY STEP GUIDE

If you are in the planning phase of a great holiday or honeymoon to Kerala, I suggest to continue the information below. This is written from my own experience in planning Kerala tours for many guests like you. This article will definitely help you determine each aspect of your tour.

Ready For Your Dream Kerala Trip

“A Practical Guide to Help Kerala Vacation Planning”

Before you do a survey, end the number of days you can spend on your Kerala vacation. This is crucial because you can decide on places to visit as per your vacation alone.

If you have enough office vacancies, go through several tourist sites in Kerala, and with the help of your tour operator, end the number of days. In both cases, freeze your arrival and departure dates.

Once completed, you can book your tickets to Kerala. While booking the trip, it is always advisable to book Cochin. Trivandrum is another option – book only to Trivandrum if your first destination is Kovalam or Kanyakumari. Calicut is only good if your first destination is Wayanad.

Cochin is also played as Kochi, and is also known as Ernakulam. When booking a bus, you can make reservations to Ernakulam. While booking a train, you can book Ernakulam North or Ernakulam South, as some trains stop at one station only. The train station for the train booking is ERN or ERS. For flights, make the reservation to Cochin or Kochi (location code is COK). Try to reach Cochin as far as possible to cover maximum places.

Tourists from Coimbatore, Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai and Hyderabad can reach Kerala by train, flight or bus. From Coimbatore, the bus is the best option. If you travel from Bangalore, you have all three possibilities. Normally, a bus takes 9 to 12 hours to reach Cochin from Bangalore. Nowadays, there are several axes of Volvo buses in 9 to 10 hours in Cochin. This depends on the road conditions. There is a checkpoint at the border of Tamil Nadu – Kerala and very rarely, we have seen the buses arrive late by checking at this checkpoint. There are many buses on Bangalore – Cochin route and this is a good option to reach Kerala from Bangalore. You can even check for sleeper buses. A train takes about 12 hours from Bangalore, but getting a ticket is the biggest challenge. If tickets are available, this is the best option. In any event, try to book a bus / train that reaches the morning of Cochin. If you choose the flight, book a flight that reaches at least before noon.

From Hyderabad, the flight or train is the best option. Just choose a bus if nothing stops because it takes almost 18 hours. Nowadays buses are also in Mumbai, but use this as your last option, as it’s almost a 36-hour journey.

From Mangalore you can travel by bus or train. From Mysore you have the option to take a bus only, otherwise you have to travel to Bangalore and then to Cochin. From Chennai you can travel by bus, train or flight. Bus and train takes about 12 hours to reach Cochin.

From Delhi, Ahmadabad or other destinations to Kerala, you can only travel by train or flight.

For those who come from other countries, you have the opportunity to come straight away. You can also get off at one of the subway stations and get to Kerala by train. You must already do the booking to avoid confusion.

Once you have booked further, you can book a return ticket. While booking a return ticket, be careful about the timing and destinations. I suggest you only book this after completing the package, or at least the itinerary.

Choose the Destinations in Kerala

Choose the Destinations in Kerala

Now we need to complete the destinations that need to be covered. This is where we need to compare between the number of days you have and your interests. A small description of the major tourist sites in Kerala would help you with this.

IMPORTANT TOURIST DESTINATIONS IN SOUTH / CENTRAL KERALA

Cochin – In most cases this is the place you land in Kerala. If you are interested in Cochin sightseeing, you can do this on the first day – arriving in Cochin, or if you have enough time on the last day, go for it.

Munnar – This is the best tourist spot in Kerala. You would like to see it 100 times. Munnar is a hill station.

Thekkady – Thekkady has the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary that you can visit when you go to Thekkady. Thekkady also has many adventure activities and eco-tourism activities.

Alleppey / Kumarakom – This is the place where you can cruise for a houseboat. Alleppey also has many resorts to relax, and there is also a beautiful beach.

Trivandrum– The capital

Kovalam – Beautiful beaches

Kanyakumari – Although this is in Tamil Nadu, if you travel to Trivandrum (and if time permits), it is advisable to visit.

Athirapilly-Vazhachal – Greatest waterfalls in Kerala.

Cherai – Another beach near Cochin.

Guruvayoor – Pelgrim Square, the famous Krishna Temple. At this place there is an elephant reserve with over 65 elephants.

KEY TOURIST DESTINATIONS IN NORTH KERALA

KEY TOURIST DESTINATIONS IN NORTH KERALA

Northern part of Kerala has visited Wayanad. Wayanad is about 300 km to the north of Cochin.

Plan your itinerary in Kerala

Make a list of places you want to cover in Kerala, from the above important tourist destinations.

I will write about these places in detail below with the required travel time. After reading this message, you could visit the places you can visit, depending on your departure from the office. Once the visits and the number of nights have been completed in each destination, the route can be easily set up.

Cochin

Cochin

Kochi: –  This is usually the place where you land in Kerala. If you have enough days in Kerala, it’s worth a visit to Cochin’s day. Cochin has many attractions including Marine Drive, Chinese fishing nets, Fort Cochin, where you can visit a Dutch palace, Jewish Synagogue, etc.

If you have time, I suggest you go straight to your first destination of Cochin. This can be Munnar, which is 4 to 5 hours drive from Cochin, Thekkady, which is 5 hours drive, Alleppey 2hrs, Guruvayoor 2hrs and Athirapilly-Vazhachal, a short 2 hour drive. If you want Kovalam to be the first destination, it’s better to come to Trivandrum instead of a hectic journey from 6 to 7 hours on the same day of arrival.

For each trip you should consider stopping the time for sightseeing, food etc. If your first destination is Alleppey Houseboat, make sure you arrive at at 9:00 am Cochin, so you can check in at Houseboat at 12Non. If your arrival is after 10:00 in Cochin, do not take the day of the Alleppey Houseboat cruise on the same day as check-in to houseboat is at 12 o’clock and check-out is at 9 o’clock the next day. If you come to Cochin after 3 hours, do not plan a trip on that day. In this case, the best option is to stay in a hotel near the airport or train station, depending on how to get to Cochin. Most hotels near the airport offer free pick up from the airport, saving you money on a vehicle for that day. Inform your travel agent about your arrival so that they can book the hotel accordingly. Cochin airport is almost 20 km from Cochin city / train station.

If you plan to stay in Cochin on the day of arrival, you will normally check in time for all hotels at noon and if you arrive early in the morning, please inform your travel agent in advance. In this case, you may request early check-in. Most hotels have this subject for availability of rooms and note that breakfast for this day will not be free.

If you are planning to travel to the same destination on the same day, I suggest to go straight to that destination instead of a half-day sightseeing of Cochin and then traveling to the next destination. If you come by Cochin by train or bus or after a long flight, try to refine yourself before traveling from Cochin to your next destination. This helps you enjoy the trip from the start of the trip and you can do all your sights on the road. Coordinating your first destination according to your arrival time is very important.

Munnar

Munnar:

Munnar Tea Gardens: Munnar, a hill station, is one of the most beautiful places in Kerala. There are many tea plants and more than a dozen places to see near Munnar. This is a must see place if you visit Kerala. The climate is usually cold during the year. Munnar is 140km from Cochin.

If you travel to Munnar, you must stay for at least 2 nights. For your further trip, the journey time from Cochin is 4 to 5 hours, but in practice you will reach Munnar in about 7 to 8 hours. There are many sights in between. You can enjoy waterfalls and rolling hill with tea gardens on the way. During this trip you will enjoy as much time as possible and do not be in a hurry to reach Munnar. You can even visit herb plantations on the way. After enjoying the landscape, you’ll only reach Munnar in the evening.

If you feel, you can spend some time in the market. If you are away from the city of Munnar, try eating your food and finishing all the activities in the city and going to the hotel. Coming from hotel to city at night is not a good idea because there may be fog in the road and driving is not safe.

The second day must be dedicated to sightseeing in and around Munnar. If you want to cover almost all places, try to start at 8:30. Or you can choose places to visit according to your interest and mood. Buy herbs, tea, etc. While you are shopping. Go to Eravikulam National Park to see the endangered mountain goat of South India, the Nilgiri Tahr.

Choosing the resort / hotel is most important when in Munnar. Every hotel in Munnar is not in the city, you will find hotels within a radius of about 30km from Munnar. See hotels in Munnar. Most good resorts are away from the city. . If you are a person who wants to stay in the city, make sure that the hotel you choose is located in the city itself. If you’re away from all the traffic and want a relaxing atmosphere, then select a resort / hotel. As you approach a tour operator, you must communicate this clearly if you have a specific choice.

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It’s always better to do a Google search on the selected hotel. Nobody can tell you if you want a hotel or not. Because this is very subjective and depends on your interests and background. Personally, I love the city when I’m on vacation and prefer hotels outside the city. But for business trips, I prefer city hotels.

A normal package can be prepared with 2 nights in Munnar. If you want to stay 3 nights in Munnar, you will have plenty of time to relax. A package with a night in Munnar is not so advisable. I have seen many times that people spend one night in Munnar one night at Alleppey if they only have 3 days to spend. This is not a good idea because they can not cover Munnar and Alleppey.

From Munnar you can travel to following destinations such as Thekkady, Alleppey or Cochin. It is not good to go to Kovalam directly from Munnar because the travel time would be at least 10 hours. If you move to Cochin to catch the return flight / train, make sure you have at least 6 hours between time because you can even stop eating during this trip. So plan your time accordingly.

Here is an easy to follow map with the main tourist spots in Munnar. This map helps you plan your itinerary while visiting Munnar.

Munnar

Munnar Tourist Destinations Map

  • Distance to various places from Munnar
  • Distance from Munnar to Madurai – 130KM
  • Distance from Munnar to Cochin – 135KM
  • Distance from Munnar to Aluva – 130KM
  • Distance from Munnar to Theni – 165KM
  • Distance from Munnar to Thekkady – 110KM
  • Distance from Munnar to Trivandrum – 280KM
  • Distance from Munnar to Alleppey – 190km
  • Distance from Munnar to Kodaikkanal – 180km

Thekkady

Thekkady:

The famous Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Thekkady. Thekkady is sometimes referred to as Kumily or Periyar. Thekkady is the best place to visit if you are interested in adventure and ecotoeristic activities. If you are not interested in such activities, you only have to see the Periyar Wildlife Reserve.

To watch the wild life closely, you have to go through the Periyar River. Wild animals, forest areas of Periyar shrine and Mullapperiyar dam from long view can only be seen during this boat. Vehicles are not allowed in the sanctuary for sightseeing.

Boat in Thekkady has fixed times and the guest must be in person in order to get tickets. You must enter your personal information as well as show the ID card when using this ticket. Depending on the season, the speed varies. In peak seasons, there may be heavy speed, so try at least 3 to 4 hours before the departure time.

Thekkady has many activities / shows in the evening. If you are interested, you can view Kalarippayattu (martial art of Kerala), Kathakali, Magic show, musical fountain, tribal dance, etc. You can also take Ayurveda massage, Elephant ride, Elephant bath, Elephant shower, Spice plantation tour, etc. Plans for sailing through the Periyar River also top activities if you are staying a night in Thekkady. Unless you are interested in adventure activities, stay no more than 2 nights there. If you stay for two nights, you can relax on the second day, enjoy the wilderness of Thekkady.

If you are an adventurous person, this is the place for you. Plan for 2 or 3 nights in Thekkady and here you can do all kinds of adventure activities. You can go for the Gavi tour, including full day Jeep safari, trekking etc., bamboo rafting, ecotourism, nature walk, night patrol, etc. Keep track of the details for these activities and make the number of days you want to stay in Thekkady.

From Thekkady you can move to Alleppey, Munnar, Cochin, Madurai (Tamil Nadu), Kodaikkanal (Tamil Nadu). Again, Kovalam is not a good idea because there will be many trips.

Very recently we found a website where you can book online for ferrying in Periyar. Although we did not try this, one of our guests did it themselves. Consider sharing this website here. Online booking at http://www.swantour.com

  • Distance to different places of Thekkady
  • Distance from Thekkady to Kumily – 4km
  • Distance from Thekkady to Munnar – 110km
  • Distance from Thekkady to Alleppey – 150km
  • Distance from Thekkady to Cochin – 170km
  • Distance from Thekkady to Kodaikkanal – 120km

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Houseboat Cruise in Alleppey:

Kerala backwaters-smallAleppey is famous for Kerala-style house boats. Alleppey also has a good beach. A houseboat cruise is another experience and should not miss this if you have enough vacation with you. Houseboats give a different feeling than staying in a hotel. These floating villas have a dining room, rooms with bathrooms and kitchens. Number of rooms varies from now to nine.

Houseboat cruise can be of two types; You can choose a 21-hour cruise or take a 5 to 6-hour cruise.

If you opt for a morning cruise you must check in at 10:00 and check out is at 4 or 5 hours, depending on the cruise provider you choose. In this case you are greeted with a welcome drink (lemon juice or coconut) and you can prepare lunch in boat and evening snacks. Boat will cross the inland waterways, backwaters and lakes. And you can also view the long piece of rice fields at Alleppey (Kuttanad). This cruise is definitely one of the most memorable experiences of your life.

Boat will stop during lunchtime and food is prepared in the boat itself. The boat has a captain (driver), cook and sometimes a helper depending on the size of the boat. These boats are powered by motor.

For the night of a houseboat cruise (21 hours), check in at your houseboat at 12:00 and check out is at 9:00 the next day. The boat takes you at 12 noon and goes around for lunch. The boat stops for lunch and after lunch it crosses until 5.30 to 6 pm and then anchor until the next morning. The next day you will check out for more than an hour.

For this type of cruise you will receive a welcome drink, lunch, evening snacks, tea, dinner and breakfast the following morning. Food is prepared in the boat itself and all boats have their set menu. They prefer your food before reaching Alleppey and storing raw materials in the boat before leaving the coast.

If you are non-vegetarian, you will get rice, vegetables (2types), fishbath, stork, pickles, pappad, Sambar for lunch and chicken, chappathy, rice, vegetarian curry, dal for dinner. If you are a vegetarian, the menu is similar to some changes. It will be Payasam instead of fishfree for lunch and another variety of veg curry instead of chicken for dinner. For breakfast it becomes idly-sambar, omelet and bread jam.

It is always advisable to inform them in advance if you have specific preferences as soon as you start the journey, it is not easy to use commodities. If you have children with you and want more milk or such food, do not forget to inform in advance. During the cruise you can buy shrimp, buy extra fish yourself (if you want). The crew will cook and serve for you.

If you choose A / C Houseboat, unless specifically mentioned A / C is active from 9:00 to 6:00. If you need full-time battery or need extra hours, inform the houseboat operator beforehand. You will be charged extra unless your package is full-time housekeeping. If you want extra battery time, they must carry extra fuel with them and unless you know beforehand that this will be difficult.

Close the windows and doors of your room in the evening on board. As in water and flies can enter the evening. Houseboats are normally parked in a safe place where the owner of houseboat has easy access or is near his home. Houseboats are of different categories and rooms must not be as big as your hotel room.

The biggest disadvantage of houseboat is that if there is a problem with the air conditioning or TV at night, it can not be repaired until the next day. To get an electrician late at night to this stop may not be possible. But such things happen very rarely.

Depending on your interest, go for a 21 hour cruise or take a morning cruise and then stay in a resort in Alleppey or Kumarakom.

Kumarakom and Alleppey Resorts

Kumarakom and Alleppey Resorts:

Kumarakom Resort

Alleppey is famous for Houseboats, backwater resorts and beach while Kumarakom is for Houseboats and backwater resorts. Both are only 30km apart. Both places have descent resorts and houseboats. Depending on the selected option, you can move to that place. You can plan a resort either after a houseboat’s morning cruise or for the following night after a night cruise.

If you have enough days, I always suggest you take a night stay in a resort after your Houseboat cruise. In most cases, you will reach Alleppey or Kumarakom after 3 nights stay in Munnar, Thekkady or in other places and you will definitely be able to relax here.

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You can either return to Cochin to retrieve your flight or travel to Kovalam after a relaxing stay.

Make sure you do enough research when choosing a resort in Kumarakom or Alleppey. Make sure the resort is according to your taste because there are few things to do when you are in a Kumarakom / Alleppey resort. You can visit Alleppey Beach in the evening and relax. Some backwater resorts provide additional facilities such as pedal boats, swimming pool and Ayurvedic spa. And there are resorts that offer countryside, fishing and cooking.  This resort can also be in Alleppey, Kumarakom and I also know good backwater resorts on my way to Cochin.

Once you finish Alleppey and Kumarakom, you have several options. It depends on your itinerary. You can also return to Cochin and stay back home or in Cochin the same day and travel to Guruvayoor or Athirapilly-Vazhachal the next day. Or you can move south to Alleppey to visit Kovalam, Trivandrum, Varkala and Kanyakumari. You also have the opportunity to go to Thekkady or Munnar from here if you started the tour of Trivandrum. Alleppey is almost halfway through Trivandrum from Cochin.

Alleppey

Distance to various places of Alleppey

  • Distance from Alleppey to Cochin – 80km
  • Distance from Alleppey to Munnar – 190km
  • Distance from Alleppey to Thekkady – 140km
  • Distance from Alleppey to Trivandrum – 170km
  • Distance from Alleppey to Kovalam – 180km
  • Distance from Alleppey to Kanyakumari – 250km
Varkala

Varkala

Varkala:

Varkala lies between Alleppey and Trivandrum and has a good beach. There are several seaside resorts if you want to stay here. Choose this place only if you have additional days or skip this place.

Trivandrum / Kovalam:

Padmanabhaswamy Temple

Trivandrum is the capital of Kerala. At Trivandrum you can visit the famous temple of Sree Padmanabhaswamy, Museums, Art Gallery, Zoo. If you are planning to visit the temple, make sure you have the necessary dress to come in. Trousers or jeans are not allowed for both ladies and gentlemen. The temple can be visited 5 to 11 o’clock in the morning or 3 to 6 o’clock in the evening. Visit other places according to your interest and availability.

While at Trivandrum, it is advisable to stay in Kovalam, which is famous for its beach. If you’re really on a tight schedule, an overnight stay is enough, but we recommend staying two nights to fully enjoy this place. If you have two nights in Kovalam, you can visit Trivandrum for one day and the next day you can visit the beaches of Kovalam. Select resort as per your interest in Kovalam.

There are also luxury resorts in Poovar. Poovar is a place just 14 km from Kovalam and is famous for its mouthwater where the backwater and the sea meet! To fully relax, you can extend your stay one night, either in Kovalam or in Poovar.

If Kovalam is your last destination, try to book a Trivandrum return ticket so you can spend enough time at this place and avoid Cochin for 6 to 7 hours. If your return ticket comes from Cochin, try Kovalam to leave at least 8 hours in advance to be on the safer side. And if the return ticket for Cochin’s morning flight / train is, make sure you stay in Cochin, instead of on the last day from Kovalam.

From Kovalam you can do day-visit to Kanyakumari. You can spend a night in Kanyakumari, if you have time. Kanyakumari is 90 km from Trivandrum and is almost 2 hours drive. There is an interpost between Kerala-Tamil Nadu and between.

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When starting from Trivandrum, you have the choices to go to Kanyakumari, Varkala, Alleppey, Cochin, from here.

  • Distance to different places of Trivandrum
  • Distance from Trivandrum to Cochin – 250km
  • Distance from Trivandrum to Munnar – 310km
  • Distance from Trivandrum to Thekkady – 270km
  • Distance from Trivandrum to Kovalam – 13km
  • Distance from Trivandrum to Kanyakumari – 90km

Kanyakumari:

Although Kanyakumari is not in Kerala, it is recommended to visit this place if you travel to Trivandrum. Try to have a night in Kanyakumari, so you can see the sunset as well as the sunrise. Make sure you reach Kanyakumari before 4 o’clock to see the sunset. If you are on a tight schedule, a day trip to Kanyakumari from Trivandrum is also recommended.

Guruvayoor Temple

Guruvayoor Temple:

Guruvayoor

The famous temple of Sree Krishna is in Guruvayoor. Guruvayoor is 90 kilometers, a 2 hour drive from Cochin to the northwest. If you are planning to visit Guruvayoor, it is recommended to spend one night there. Although it is only a 2-hour drive from Cochin, you can expect a long queue and wait around 2 to 4 hours to enter the temple.

If you live overnight, you can visit the temple in the evening if the crowd is less. About 7 o’clock there are many rituals that happen. When I go, I visit the temple at 18 o’clock, have darshan and stay in the temple until 8 o’clock and come back to hotel. Then I wake up at 2.30 and visit the early morning at 3.30pm. During this time the speed will be less and you can quickly enter.

There is an elephant sanctuary near the temple where you can see more than 60 elephants and is a must see place when you visit the Guruvayoor Temple.

Athirapilly Vazhachal Falls

Athirapilly-Vazhachal Falls:

These are the biggest waterfalls in Kerala and are about 70km from Cochin. If you have enough vacation, consider visiting this place. During the visit of Athirapilly you can also stay in Athirapilly or return to Cochin. There are few good resorts in Athirappily-Vazhachal region.

Cherai Beach

Cherai Beach:

Cherai is ideal for a beach visit and is only 30 km from Cochin. Or you can stay here or visit here if you have enough time.

Wayanad:

Wayanad is about 300km from Cochin to the north. If this is your first destination, try booking a ticket to Calicut. A 3 night stay is recommended, as all of the attractions in Wayanad are not close to each other. If your next destination is to the south, a night stay in Cochin is required, as the journey from Wayanad to Cochin takes 7 to 8 hours. If Wayanad is your last destination, you can book a return ticket from Calicut instead of returning to Cochin.

Hope with the details above, you will now be able to plan your itinerary with the chosen destinations and the number of nights you want to spend in any location.

Get route plan in Kerala

Get route plan in Kerala

Some suggested route plans are mentioned below. Depending on your interest, you can decide on the number of days you want to spend at each destination. You can also skip any place in between. As is also called km, this will help you make the routing easy for your vacation.

Upon Arrival In Cochin

Cochin – (135 km) – Munnar – (110 km) – Thekkady- (160 km) – Alleppey resort – Alleppey Houseboat – (80 km) – Cochin

Alleppey resort -Alleppey Houseboat – (80 km) – Varkala – (150 km) – Kanyakumari- (90 km) – Trivandrum / Kovalam – Cochin – (135 km) – Munnar – (110 km) (230 km) – Cochin

Cochin – (80 km) – Alleppey resort -Aleppey Houseboat – (210 km) – Kanyakumari- (90 km) – Trivandrum / Kovalam – (230 km) – Cochin

Cochin – (135 km) – Munnar – (110 km) – Thekkady- (160 km) – Alleppey resort -Aleppey Houseboat – (80 km) – Cochin – (90 km) – Guruvayoor- (140 km) – Athirapillyvazhachal- Km) – Cochin

Cochin – (300 km) – Wayanad (300 km) – Cochin – (135 km) – Munnar – (110 km) – Thekkady- (160 km) – Alleppey resort -Aleppey Houseboat – (80 km) – Varkala – (150 km) Km) Km) – Kanyakumari – (90 km) – Trivandrum / Kovalam Cochin

Upon Arrival In Trivandrum

Tinkand – Kovalam – (90 km) – Kanyakumari – (150 km) – Varkala – (80 km) – Alleppey Houseboat -Aleppey Resort – (160 km) – Thekkady – (110 km) – Munnar – (135 km) – Cochin

Check The Weather Conditions

Check The Weather Conditions

Kerala has a typical tropical climate around the year. December and January are relatively colder months and the weather starts to warm up from February. April – June are summer months where it can be quite hot and humid.

The southwestern monsoon season from June to September looks like a lot of dry rainfall. Then there is the northeastern monastery running from October to December.

It is also best to plan your trip based on the weather conditions. Hill stations remain cool throughout the year, and you can expect a higher tourist population during the summer months. Kerala is enchanting during the monsoon season, and you can enjoy it again if you are prepared with appropriate rain gear.

Select vehicle in Kerala

Select Vehicle

Indica

Choose vehicle according to the number of passengers traveling and the luggage you are wearing. Indica is only proposed if the number of people traveling is three or less than that. For 4 people there is enough luggage and Indica is a vehicle that has no boat space.

Indigo

In Kerala it is difficult to find an Indica with carrier. If you only travel 2 or 3 people, you need

Tavera

Tavera

Better luxury goes for Indigo instead of Indica. If there are 4 to 7 people, choose Tavera and for more luxury Innova can be selected.

If there are 8 or more people in your group, travel in Tempo traveler. Please note that when traveling on this holiday trip you travel

Toyota Inova

About 150km each day, also through hilly areas. If you try to save money by bridging yourself in a vehicle, your journey will not be relaxing. Not only that

Tempo Traveler (12, 14, 17, 19 seat)

Your vehicle will be difficult to pull through hills. There must be room to keep your luggage while selecting the vehicle.

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Luggage / Cash / ID card

Try to carry the minimum luggage while traveling. Also try to pay minimal money with you and fewer ornaments. You will find many ATMs in Kerala.

Make an ID card of any person traveling with you. ID card is required upon check-in at hotels.

I hope this article helps you plan your Kerala trip smoothly and to determine the itinerary. You can contact me at director@paradise-kerala.com for any requirements. I would be the happiest person in this world to clarify you. I can always be reached at 9947876214.

If you find me wrong in the article, I will be open for discussion and will update you the same.

Thank you very much and I wish you a great Kerala experience.

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