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Kerala Tour Packages

By on August 17, 2019
Kerala Tour Packages

Kerala is the south-most state of India with 600 km long coastline. The state is situated in the tropical Malabar Coast and enjoys rainy weather right from the end of May month till the end of October month. When the tourists visit Kerala, they say that the meaning of Kerala ‘God’s Own Country’ is indeed true. Its splendid backwaters, beaches, churches of 16th and17th century, remains of European sea travelers are attracting tourists from India as well as Europe and America.

According to the state tourism department report of 2018, a total of 16.7 million domestic and international tourists visited Kerala in the year 2018. The most significant number of over 2 lakh tourists from the UK alone traveled to the state.

Kerala is a smaller state but possesses the highest literacy rate and life span of people. The local people are tourists friendly. Generally, there is no violence or crimes against foreigners or tourists. People from three main religion of India live here in the almost same ratio.

The life in Kerala is very close to nature. Kerala Tour Packages are available from Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, and other main south Indian cities. Several private tour operators operate Kerala Tour Packages of different duration ranging from 3 to 10 days long.

The main attractions for the tourists are beaches, backwaters, forts and palaces, hills, museum, monuments, pilgrim centers, wildlife, and waterfalls.

Most of the private tour operators operate packages for several destinations, some of which have been described here.

Backwaters of Kerala

Alleppey. This is a beautiful town in Kerala which has a large network of small canals and streams. Almost all the backwaters canal either start from this town or end here. This town is also known as Alappuzha which means Venice of East. Small houseboat cruises are operated for the tourists. Tourists can see the lighthouse which once upon a time was used for unloading of goods from ships.

Main Attraction. The town is famous for an annual festival named Nehru boat race in which local people participate in snake-shaped country-made boats. The event is also called as Aranmula Snake Boat Race. The best time to visit Alleppey is during this festival season.

How to Reach

Alleppeytown is connected by train to cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Trivandrum, Cochin, Vellore, and Coimbatore. The main city center is just 4 km from the railway station. The nearest airport is Cochin International airport which is just 50km from Alleppey. Trivandrum international airport Trivandrum is also an option which is 150 km from Alleppey.

About Pooja Sharma

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