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Kerala, a destination par excellence, located in the southern part of India is considered as the God’s Own Country. It has a lot to offer to the discerning travelers looking to rest and relax in the lap of nature. The destination is an amalgamation of finest tourist attractions, thrilling outdoor activities, finest temples-testament to architectural brilliance, backwaters, spice gardens, festivals along with salubrious weather. Kerala Ayurveda is famous all over the world. Enjoy a rejuvenating experience at some of the most authentic Ayurvedic spas and feel energetic and revived. Kerala occupies a firm position in the world tourism map. Thus, when planning to visit this awe-inspiring destination, check out our Budget and affordable tour packages to Kerala that gives you a wholesome experience.
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Places to visit in Kerala
Things to do in Kerala
When visiting Kerala on a well-designed holiday package, ensure that the package has some interesting activities that allows you to enjoy an exhilarating holiday. Some of the major things to do in Kerala are-
Best Time to Visit Kerala
Kerala enjoys three tourist seasons. The best time to visit Kerala is from September to March. If you love rains, visit this amazing destination during monsoon season, from June to August. April to May is off season when it is easy to get choicest accommodation facilities at affordable rates. Irrespective of when you plan to visit this amazing destination, you are in for a breathtakingly beautiful place welcoming you with open arms. Choose a package and plan your travel details in advance so that you can enjoy visiting Kerala without any last-minute issues.
How to reach Kerala
Kerala is one of the most popular destinations in India. A large number of domestic and international tourists love visiting God’s Own Country and enjoy the magnificence of nature. Reaching Kerala is not difficult.
Air- Kerala has four international airports- Cochin International Airport, Trivandrum International Airport, Kannur International Airport, and Calicut International Airport. Kollam airport is the domestic airport, well-connected with other major cities of the country.
Train- Kerala enjoys excellent train connectivity with major cities and towns of the state and the country. There is no dearth of direct trains plying its services to Kerala. International travellers can also use train services after landing at any of the International airports of the country.
Road- Kerala enjoys excellent road connectivity with major cities, towns and villages. Many private and public buses ply its services connecting major Kerala cities and destinations. Private taxis and cabs are also available.
Culture of Kerala
The culture of Kerala can be traced back to 10th century. The state is known for its rich culture and traditions that is still going strong. People from all over the world visit this state and experience architectural marvels manifested in glorious temples, tropical beauty of the state, unique traditions, tranquil backwaters, stunning beaches, enthralling wildlife and a lot more. Here, visitors can find an eclectic blend of Dravidian and Indian culture. People love watching the famous performing arts like Mohiniyattam, Kathakali, and Kalaripayattu. Kerala is also known for its knowledge of Ayurveda. Malayalam is the main language spoken here.
Food of Kerala
Kerala is known for its spicy curries and rice-based dishes. Some not to miss cuisines of Kerala when visiting this destination are-
It is a popular Kerala cuisine, also known as Noolappam. It is Idiyappam which is made from grinding soaked rice or rice flour. Salt and water are added to it and is entwined with sevai which gives it a lovely texture. This versatile dish can be enjoyed with delectable curries.
Cooked in every Kerala household, this curry is made using sliced yams or raw plantains. Sweet pumpkin is slightly boiled with a pinch of salt, pepper or chillies, grated coconut, dried lentils, cumin seeds, turmeric powder and garlic. It is served on a bed of cooked rice. This dish is served on every prominent function and festival. It is a gastronomical delight.
This dish is served as breakfast. Puttu is basically steamed rice cake, cylindrical in shape. It is cooked with grated coconut in a mould. It is served with a flourish with grated coconut, ripe bananas, kadala curry, etc. It is a very flavoursome recipe.
It is another staple Kerala cuisine which is made using coconut milk, fermented rice flour, a bit of sugar, and coconut water. It has crispy edges and thin pancake. It is served with Ishtu which is a stew made with cloves, cinnamon, coconut water, and shallots. Vegetables and mango pieces can also be served with the dish.
It is a vegetarian’s delight. It is a wide spread of dishes served during ceremonial and religious occasions like weddings, festivals, etc. This lunch spread includes kichadi, pachadi, sambar, olan, pulissery, thoran, varavu, payasam, aviyal and is served on a banana leaf with steaming hot cooked rice. It is a magnificent spread worthy of a royal kitchen.
Why Book With Us
This article gives you a comprehensive overview of Kerala, the fantastic tourist destination occupying a premium spot in Worlds’ Tourism Map. The information will help you to choose the best holiday package that do justice with the marvels of this scenic place. You can add your choice of destinations and activities that makes your trip to God’s Own Country a memorable one.