Best time to visit Kerala

Kerala Tour Packages

Kerala has three tourist seasons.

Kerala holidays is known for the tranquil backwaters, elephants, elaborate temple festivals  and boat races . This coastal state is rich in distinctive traditions and culture and lush unspoiled tropical beauty.Which is the reason because of which places in Kerala is well known all over the world. The pace of life is slow, making Kerala the perfect place for a leisurely vacation. If you’re going to be one of the millions heading to Kerala.Make the most of your time by avoiding these five common Kerala traps.

5 ways to ruin your holiday in Kerala

Mistake #1: Heading to Munnar  from airport after taking an afternoon flight to Kochi

Kerala Mistake #1: Heading to Munnar  from airport after taking an afternoon flight to Kochi

When you visit Kerala, visiting Munnar is a must.  SOTC Tourism is renowned for its Kerala tour packages. The Kundale Tea Plantations, which surrounds a picturesque lake.Offers the best opportunity to see the tea being picked and processed, and to try fresh tea straight from the gardens. The area is blessed with the natural beauty of winding lanes, misty hills.Forests full of exotic plants and wildlife. Adventure enthusiasts can trek to Anamudi.The highest peak in south India, explore Eravikulam National Park, or go rock climbing and para gliding.

 

However  if you want to enjoy Munnar to the  full.You have to plan the visit in 2 days and start from Kochi early in the morning. If you are arriving by an evening flight it is better to stay in Kochi.Preferably in a hotel near airport and then proceed to Munnar.The next day  with at least 2 days devoted for the Munnar experience. One day for the journey to visit Munnar as you may not want to miss out on the waterfalls.On the way to Munnar and other attractions as well as getting sufficient rest before starting with the sightseeing in Munnar.

Holiday in Kerala is known for the tranquil backwaters, elephants, elaborate temple festivals  and boat races . This coastal state is rich in distinctive traditions and culture and lush unspoiled tropical beauty which is the reason because of which places in Kerala is well known all over the world. The pace of life is slow, making Kerala the perfect place for a leisurely vacation. If you’re going to be one of the millions heading to Kerala, make the most of your time by avoiding these five common Kerala traps.

 

Kerala Mistake #2: Trying  to complete Munnar  sightseeing in 24 hours.

Would like to spend more time in traveling.Over windy hills and hairpin curves with a vomiting sensation rather than than enjoying .Your sightseeing experience in Munnar? If not, you should  try to avoid Munnar visit in 24 hours. If you plan to complete the visit to Munnar in one day.You may not enjoy seeing all the places in a hurry and the traveling may be too tedious. You may end up the whole day traveling with less sightseeing.Which is like eating a hurried meal without enjoying it fully. So our advise is to make most of the time and enjoy your holidays by devoting at least 2 days to Munnar.

What any guest will enjoy more about Munnar will be the verdant hills and the awesome tea garden views.You need time to enjoy.These and  take your time to enjoy the same rather than practicing “hurry burry spoils the curry.”

Kerala Mistake #3: Trying to do too much in too few days

 

Travellers want an all-in-one solution for seeing the tea plantations in Munnar.As well as riding elephants, backwater trips and ayurveda massages.This sounds fun, but there are better ways to experience Kerala. An all-in-one trip doesn’t afford any true exposure to what Kerala has to offer.

Kerala Mistake #4: Booking your houseboat tour on the first day of your arrival

A highlight of any holiday in Kerala is the time spent cruising.The Kerala backwaters on a houseboat, or a rice barge. These converted rice barges .“Kettuvallams” sail along shallow, palm-fringed lakes and narrow canals where coconut and cashew is loaded onto dugouts. You pass villages built on narrow spits of land, stopping to visit local markets, or to marvel at craftsmen engaged in centuries-old boat-making tradition.

 

The boats offer one or two cabins with a small sitting room.A crew of 2 staff and a chef. The food is authentic Kerala cuisine, purchased fresh along the way. For most of the journey, the boat is poled, sailing only between dawn and dusk. The Kerala backwater cruise, is an unforgettable experience- This is what you read before you book the tour.If you want to experience the same it is better to ensure that you reach houseboat before 12 noon.

Kerala Mistake #5: Taking an early morning flight from Kochi and missing out on Kochi sightseeing

Cochin Tour Packages offers visitors Forts, palaces, museums, old churches, cool backwaters, palm fringed lagoons, beaches and the practicality of a contemporary metro and if you take a morning flight from Kochi you may miss out on all these on your holiday in Kerala. It is better to opt for an evening flight from Kochi and devote the last day for Kochi sightseeing without staying in Kochi for a single night. If you plan this with a previous night stay in houseboat with a checkout at 9:30 , then it would be really great to maximise your experience.

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