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  • Spend some romantic time in the lap of nature and in the arms of your spouse with Kerala honeymoon packages, all of which are capable to let both of you step into heaven of bliss. Witness serenity, laid-back ambiance, tranquility, and some adventures to fill up the love life with a blend of perfection, that these flawless combos have to offer. 

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    Be it a pick of houseboat tour in the backwaters that align the time with coconut and palm groves or jungle exploration together, you will not fall short of either distinct experiences or private accommodative spaces. Plan together with a short hike in the dense trails or sip the coffee calmly in your room, surely Kerala honeymoon packages for 
    couple will give your hand a greater toss above all.

    Steal Deal: Camping in Tea Estate of Wayanad With BBQ at ₹2,020

    Keeping the honeymoon a top notch tour, the state is a piece of land straight from heaven, offering not only green mountains one end but clean and blue beaches on the other as well. A glass of wine with your love at the shack sounds romantic!

  • Best Kerala Honeymoon Packages

  • 01Kerala Backwaters Honeymoon Package

    Kerala Backwaters Honeymoon Package

    What could be more romantic than staying near to the calm water bodies, a sway away from beaches and hills, in the abode of palm trees within mid waters? Stay either in houseboats at Alleppey or Kumarakom or settle in the backwater luxury resorts, the experience is going to be just brilliant.

    Moreover, with huge spaces and delicious meals, sail through the calm winds that are perfect to make your honeymoon lovelier with every passing time. Settle on the deck and enjoy watching the television, dance slowly together or swim in the pool overlooking the backwater, Kerala honeymoon packages are perfect for newlyweds.

    Best time to visit
    : Most interestingly, months of November to April are most pleasant to visit the state. Yet rest of the months are great to calm off the heat of other locations.

  • 02Kerala Honeymoon Packages with Adventure Activities

    Kerala Honeymoon Packages with Adventure Activities

    Romance and excitement, all at one land! Kerala honeymoon packages have a special addition of adventure to a lovely time as couples can indulge in paragliding session at Amruthamedu, go for wildlife safari as well as take part in bamboo rafting away from the city life.

    If you have decided to customize more or less of your package, settle in 5-star luxurious resorts, take their backwater cruise together, spend an evening with candlelight dinner and maybe, cycle through spice plantations of Munnar. Don’t settle for less, let the imagination run wild and camp under the stars in most exotic locations of the state.

    Best time to visit
    : November to mid-April.

  • 03Kerala Tour With Water Adventure

    Kerala Tour With Water Adventure

    Choose your Kerala honeymoon packages with not just traveling within and staying at luxury accommodations but also undertake water activities like kayaking on calm backwaters, surfing on the sea waves, rafting in between greens of Wayanad, snorkeling together in lagoons, and diving in the most awesome manner, of course, together!

    Let’s just say, the honeymoon cannot be completed so quickly without seeing the adventurous side of your partner, and these Kerala honeymoon packages for couples show this side very promptly.

    Best time to visit: Avoid monsoon, June to October, rest all the months are perfect for a loving season.

  • 04Kerala Honeymoon Tour : Wayanad Special

    Kerala Honeymoon Tour : Wayanad Special

    As plans for buying Kerala honeymoon package are about to freeze, take a look at the package that let you witness adventures of Wayanad with a visit to hidden caves, waterfalls, river rafting and you may also get to explore camping if you wish! Not just this, Alleppey backwaters, Trivandrum beaches, relaxing spa treatment at almost all the locations become your mate.

    Accommodate yourself at classy to nature-loving resorts and this honeymoon will surely be giving you an everlasting experience of life. Thank us later when you fall in love exceptionally with state as well as beau.

    Best time to visit: November to April, as monsoonal months, make the zone mushy.

  • 05Kerala Honeymoon Package: Alleppey Special

    Kerala Honeymoon Package: Alleppey Special

    From Bollywood to Hollywood, each has shown a love of backwaters, and Alleppey has this charm in its laps. Reach here and the weather will show its grace upon you as the backwaters become evident. Stay in resorts that face them or stay on these waters only, with houseboats for overnight, surely you will love it all.

    The palm trees, coconuts, boat rides, swimming in the calms, are ready with Alleppey. Have delicious idlis and uttapams, and love the trip more! After this, more of the inland cities are waiting to get explored and shower its love with full swing.

    Best time to visit:
     November to April are perfect, you can still be here anytime of the year.

  • 06Kerala Honeymoon Budget Tour

    Kerala Honeymoon Budget Tour

    We understand it totally that weddings are pretty expensive and yet you have saved a good chunk so as to spend a lovely time together. This is what brings you close to Kerala honeymoon budget your! Take a calm visit to Munnar, Thekkady, Trivandrum, and Alleppey while enjoying houseboat trip, short hikes, tea plantation visit, and enjoying subtle beach life.

    No need to spend hefty money on high-class resorts as tree houses, homestays, and budget hotels are perfect to spend quality time away from home. Rent a bike on your own and explore various city attractions at your suitable speed.

    Best time to visit: Winters, and mid-summer! Consider months of November to April.

  • 07Kerala Honeymoon Tour Package, Flights Included

    Kerala Honeymoon Tour Package, Flights Included

    Land yourself at the Kochi airport from where the journey of life begins. Kerala honeymoon packages for couple has a demand in common, to include flights within the combo. Well, here we are! You will be transferred between the cities through AC car, whether in the hills of Munnar or the plains of Thekkady.

    Enjoy a direct luxury with best stays including resorts, hotels or tree houses, the experience will let you delve in love for the future. Taste the blend of richness with awesome meals provided on the tour.

    Best time to visit:
     November to April

    If you wish to escape the laps of greens and want a little more offbeat adventure, then Leh Ladakh packages are the best for you.

  • 08Kerala Honeymoon Package with Beach Candle Light Dinner

    Kerala Honeymoon Package with Beach Candle Light Dinner

    Nothing could be better than enjoying the attraction of God’s own land in cities like Alleppey, Kumarakom, Kochi, and tipping them off with candle light dinner at one of the best beach of Trivandrum. Explore the cities in a unique manner, full of adventure, luxury, closeness to nature, and love the spouse more with every day passing.

    Delicious meals including international and local food, as you may choose, will be served as the sea waves surf, candles lit up and you love the company of your spouse. Indeed, one of the best Kerala honeymoon packages is in your hands, avail it soon!

    Best time to visit:
     November to April

  • Things to Do During Honeymoon

  • 09Stay in a Tree House Facing Athirappally Waterfalls

    Stay in a Tree House Facing Athirappally Waterfalls

    For that perfect romantic treat for your partner plan a visit to the tree house in Athirappally waterfalls. Make your special one feel special on your honeymoon on your Kerala trip.

    Consummate blue skies sparkle over copious common woods, stroked by crisp foaming streams and waters will make your day more romantic. Get soaked in the tranquil surroundings with the high-ranges, and heaping through chasms overhung with trees.

    This waterfall is one of many best areas in India to re-catch a genuine sentiment the customary idea of the "Beautiful" quiet and pleasant, as well as anything insane and natural. Don’t miss a chance to make her happy this time.

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  • 10Tea Tasting and Tea Garden Walk, Munnar

    Tea Tasting and Tea Garden Walk, Munnar

    If you are planning to spend some blissful time you’re your beloved then you should definitely opt for Tea tasting and tea garden walk in Munnar. Known for its hypnotizing magnificence Munnar has been constantly positioned as the best by the visitor.

    Tea tasting is another activity in Munnar which is turning into a hit among the people. Tea or Chai is the most part plastered refreshment in the whole world. The tea plant, Camellia Sansis, is a created combination of a tree that has its sources in a locale among India and China.

    Munnar is likewise notable for the tea manor. Get an opportunity to cull tea leaves in these colourful patio nurseries. Additionally, you make your own tea with the tea leaves you have gathered in the morning while strolling in the garden.

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  • 11Trek to Heart Shape Chembra Peak

    Trek to Heart Shape Chembra Peak

    What could be a better option than climbing to the top of the hill with your beloved? Well, its time you spend your honeymoon indulging in some exciting activities. Chembra pinnacle is one of the delightful slopes in south India. Foothill of the pinnacle is secured with tea domains. Chembra top comes in the Wayanad area. 

    Feel that adrenaline surge as you trek to the most elevated purpose of the amazing Chembra Peak, arranged near the heart-shaped Chembra Lake in Wayanad. Make your bonds stronger as you trek to the top of the hill along with your beloved. 

     Kalpetta, Kerala

    Ascend to Chembra Peak in Wayanad

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  • 12Houseboat Cruise in Alleppey

    Houseboat Cruise in Alleppey
    A houseboat cruise is a must have on every Kerala honeymoon tour packages. Create romantic memories with your beloved on a private Houseboat cruise in Alleppey. Enjoy a tranquil and serene voyage while the 'Kettuvallam' effortlessly waddles through the mystical backwaters.

    Well-equipped with bath-attached bedrooms, open lounge, and a small kitchen, this cruise will spoil the honeymooners with all the luxuries of a star hotel.

    A well-appointed crew constituting of a cook, guide and oarsman make sure that the newlyweds are well taken care of as well. Snuggle up with your partner while the boat smoothly takes you on a soothing journey of a lifetime.
  • 13Dine in Edakkal Caves

    Dine in Edakkal Caves

    A totally new experience in the town, and have a setting with candles all over the area, Edakkal cave dining is a time worth to spend with spouse. Get to know each other better while relishing the delicious cuisines like idli, sambhar, kokam sharbat and much more authentic than felt earlier.

    Moreover, this restaurant has special writing on the cave walls, that will transport you back to the era long ago. Expect the unexpected aura during the meal course!

    Best time to visit:
     Anytime during the year

  • 14Indulge in Couple Aurvedic Massage

    Indulge in Couple Aurvedic Massage
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    De-stress and relax as you let yourself go at the hands of trained professionals release all your tensions with worldly techniques that are unique and rare. And the best thing is that you will be with your beloved while you enjoy this majestic spa.

    Loosen up with delighted back rub on the veranda took after by a stimulating home grew steam treatment in the shower room lastly a rest instigating drench. Apart from that, you can also enjoy some body scrubs, head massage, and Himalayan cedar baths.

    A heated swimming pool, outdoor jacuzzi and long leisurely walks in the cedar forests trails will leave you as delighted and rejuvenated as you are.

  • 15Enjoy Sunset at Kovalam Beach

    Enjoy Sunset at Kovalam Beach

    Well, it is always said that sunsets are best enjoyed with your beloved. Feel that magic running through your blood once again with your special one as you enjoy the sunset at Kovalam beach. This beach has been a most loved destination for the travellers particularly Europeans, since the 1930s.

    Soak on the amazing beauty of this region as you walk unshod on the beach with your beloved while witnessing the setting sun. This is indeed a great way to spend your honeymoon this time. 

    Another interesting thing is that the shoreline complex incorporates a string of rest houses, Ayurvedic resorts, shopping zones, swimming pools, Yoga and Ayurvedic knead focuses etc.  So after a walk, you can definitely enjoy some meals at these stalls.

    Location: Kovalam, 

  • 16Paragliding in Vagamon

    Paragliding in Vagamon
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    If you are planning for a honeymoon vacation in Kerala, then this is another activity which you should definitely indulge in. Stronger you bonds with your beloved as you soar high up in the air.

    Paragliding is said to be a standout amongst the most invigorating games in Vagamon, a verdant spot in green Kerala. Encompassed by verdant slope lands, fresh clear mountain air, you will float inordinate up like a fledgeling noticeable all around.

    You will be taking off from the second greatest top in South India, Amruthamedu. Another fascinating thing is the place you will fly from a 10km long edge with three, 3000 ft from high to rear.

    Vagamon, Idukki.

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  • 17Periyar Bamboo Rafting and Wildlife Safari

    Periyar Bamboo Rafting and Wildlife Safari

    Make your honeymoon special with this exciting Periyar Bamboo Rafting and Wildlife Safari with your partner. Get a chance to experience nature at its best. Be it the exotic wildlife or the natural beauty you will fall in love with this place. On your Jeep safari in Periyar Jungle, you will come across various flora and fauna of this region.

    Also, raft through some of the richest forest tracts of Periyar Tiger Reserve. Your raft will be made from bamboos which are something unique from the usual. Head out for this amazing activity on your honeymoon.

    Periyar National Park, Thekkady.

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  • 18Go for Dolphin Spotting at Payyambalam Beach

    Go for Dolphin Spotting at Payyambalam Beach
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    Make your honeymoon special as you head out for this exciting dolphin spotting at Payyambalam beach. This is another of the most opted activity in Kerala. Saturated with regular excellence, the Payyambalam Beach lies in the Kannur region. An additional appeal of this shoreline is the chance of a winsome dolphin spotting. 

    A resting ground among the fat cats of Kerala, the sandy enjoyment is likewise prominent among voyagers and is generally known for its immaculate shores and turquoise waters. Spot some of the friendliest creatures on earth and click some memorable pictures.

     Payyambalam, Kannur.

  • 19Go for Boating in Banasura Sagar Dam

    Go for Boating in Banasura Sagar Dam

    There is no doubt in that in India, Kerala is definitely the place for your honeymoon. This is where you can make some precious memories with your loved one. Make some special memories with your loved one as you head out for exciting boating in Banasura Sagar Dam. 

    The Banasura Sagar dam, which is the biggest earthen dam in India and the second biggest in Asia, seizes the waters of the Karamanathodu, a tributary of the Kabini stream. The reservoir framed by the dam is dabbed with small islands concealed in thick foliage.

    Not just have fun with your beloved while zooming over the boundless field of crystal clear water but also soak in the vibrant beauty of the region.

    Banasura Sagar Dam, Padinjarathara 673575

  • 20Cycling Through Spice Plantations, Munnar

    Cycling Through Spice Plantations, Munnar

    Make your bonds stronger with your beloved as you head out for an exciting cycling expedition through the Spice plantation in Munnar.  Cycle through the aromatic Spice Plantation with your partner and click some of the best shots. Also, get a chance to learn about spice harvesting and different spices.

    Cycling through Munnar is an ideal approach to overdo it in your vacation rich with greenery, a quiet mood which will definitely make you fall in love with this place. If you want to enjoy the cool morning air then you can take this tour in the early morning and make your day a refreshing one.

    KDHP House, Munnar 685612

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  • 21Go for an Elephant Ride in Thekkaddy

    Go for an Elephant Ride in Thekkaddy
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    While you are visiting Kerala, this is one thing which you can't bear to miss. Elephant ride is a standout amongst the most looked for activities in Thekkady. What could be a better approach to appreciate the magnificence of Kerala with an elephant ride with your partner? Take a visit through the sweet-smelling zest plant while riding on the wisest creature on the planet.

    Move to the tune of the Kathakali move. Investigate the common excellence of this place and after that achieve the point for elephant showering. Watch these gigantic creatures in their characteristic natural surroundings – enchant while watching them unwind in the wonderful environs.

    Appreciate bolstering and showering them in the immaculate environs of this place. Also, don’t forget to click some wonderful pictures on this trip.

    Murukkady, Thekkady 685535

  • 22Camping at Seagot Banasura, Wayanad

    Camping at Seagot Banasura, Wayanad
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    Imagine spending your night under the clear night sky along with your partner, sounds fun right. Well if you are an adventurous couple and planning for your honeymoon, then you should definitely opt for Camping at Seagot Banasura. Wayanad has been always known for its verdant beauty with the greenery.

    Offering the ideal setting for the outdoors experience is the Seagot Banasura that has more than 50 dewy sections of land. Make your night unique with a blaze while tasting a measure of hot soup. What's more, amid the night gaze at the astonishing sky that has a thousand words to speak. Already sounds romantic right, so prepare for your special night for this exotic camping.

    Location: Vythiri -Tharuvana Rd, Padinjarathara 673575
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  • 23Visit the Ruined Jain Temple of Wayanad

    Visit the Ruined Jain Temple of Wayanad
    Built in the 13th century, this temple is one of the oldest Jain temples spread all over Kerala. It is also believed that this temple served as an essential commercial centre and ammunition store for the marching armies of Tipu Sultan. Confirming a strong existence of Jainism, this temple has a carving of Lord Mahavira in its innermost chamber.

    The main chamber of the temple is adorned with carved pillars. Although the splendours of these pillars have worn out over time, a trip to this shrine can still captivate you with its architectural brilliance. If historical sites interest you then do include this in your trip to Kerala.

    Location: Sultan Bathery, Kalpetta
  • 24Visit Soochipara Falls

    Visit Soochipara Falls
    Thundering water cascading down 300 feet above ground is what the visitors are treated with when they visit the famous Soochipara Falls. Located about 13 km from Meppady, Soochipara Falls offers one of the most exhilarating pictures of nature’s paradise. The awe-inspiring beauty of this destination will keep you mesmerized. 

    Engage in a playful water rendezvous with your partner in the numerous small spring and water pools in the vicinity or indulge in an exotic nature walk. You can also try your hand at various recreational activities like river rafting and rock-climbing. All in all an endearing date with nature in its full bloom.

    Location: Vellarimala 673577
  • 25Go for Parasailing at Payyambalam Beach

    Go for Parasailing at Payyambalam Beach

    The Payyambalam beach in the Kannur district is a fairly secluded and desolated beach in the state. Although a relatively new entry in Kerala honeymoon tour packages, this beautiful beach is just the place for adventure lovers. The young couple can feel a rush of adrenaline while trying the ever exciting parasailing. 

    The panoramic view from a height of 300 feet is something which you will always remember. You will get an overwhelmingly magnificent view of the Arabian Sea, the pristine white beach and the dazzling coconut groves. You can also try your hand on various water sports available at the beach like banana boat ride,
    Ringo boat ride and boating.

    Location: Payyambalam, Kannur 670001

  • 26Go for Calicut Boat Tour

    Go for Calicut Boat Tour
    The most endearing and enchanting attraction of Kerala is its mystical backwaters. No holiday to Kerala can be complete without a boat trip in the alluring tour in backwaters of Kerala. Calicut boat tour offers you an undaunted and pictorial view of ‘God’s own country.’ Travel with your spouse in a traditional houseboat called Kettuvallam, a speciality of this heavenly state.

    It is a comfortable option of accommodation that combines privacy and luxury both. The tour will allow you to enjoy the beauty of various rustic villages and settlements developed around the region. The luscious greenery and pristine beauty of undisturbed nature will mesmerize you with peace and serenity! 

    Location: Kozhikode.
  • Places to Visit During Honeymoon

  • 27Varkala Beach

    Varkala Beach
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    Kerala is famous for its beaches and Varkala Beach epitomizes this. Also called Papanasam Beach, it’s situated about 10 km away from the hamlet of Varkala. It’s noted for being the only locale in the southern part of the state that has cliffs near the Arabian Sea. 

    Varkala Beach has another claim to fame; its waters are believed to be holy and pilgrims regularly visit to take a dip to wash away sins as the name Papanasam denotes. The 2,000 year-old Janardana Swami Temple is also located nearby.

    The beach is popular among tourists seeking a mix of quiet, relaxation and beach activities. With the cliffs serving as a spectacular backdrop, this is a place that affords numerous photo ops. If you’re visiting Kerala, make it a point to take a detour here.

    There are numerous things to do including going parasailing and windsurfing. If you’re not up to anything strenuous, you can sit back, relax and soak in the sun. Food stalls dot the beach while small shops sell jewelry and clothing. The coastal town is about 2
    kms away and can easily be reached by taxis and autos.

    51 km north of Thiruvananthapuram and 37 km south of Kollam.

  • 28Fort Kochi

    Fort Kochi
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    The port city of Kochi is a popular tourist destination as it offers much in the way of attractions. The historical city is particularly noted for the town of Fort Kochi, once a tiny fishing village and now a bustling urban town. European influences are noticeable here and it regularly draws foreign and Indian tourists alike.

    Fort Kochi is well-known for the use of Chinese fishing nets that have become a tourist attraction in themselves. The sheer size and operation is really a sight to behold and should not be missed. You can even buy catches and have them cooked a short distance away.

    A number of cafés have been established in Fort Kochi to cater to the growing cafés culture. You can sit down with your favourite coffee and admire local artworks or chat with the locals to know more about the place. You can make your way to Jew Town where the oldest synagogue in the country stands.

    Don’t leave without witnessing a Kathakali performance, which is the state’s dance. The elaborate makeup, costumes, and mesmerizing performance are truly worth watching. To wind up your day, you can relax with a leisurely Ayurvedic massage.

    Kochi, Ernakulam.

  • 29Lighthouse Beach

    Lighthouse Beach
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    If you’re looking for a beach with character, Kovalam’s Lighthouse Beach is it. Perched on Kurumkal Hill and surrounded by tall palm trees, the 36-meter tall Vizhinjam lighthouse instantly catches your eye and lures you towards it. The attraction doesn’t stop there, however; you can climb the spiral staircase for a commanding view of the sea and the beach.

    Lighthouse Beach offers visitors other attractions aside from the lighthouse. The beach itself has a gorgeous coastline and provides the perfect opportunity to play beach volleyball, surf and take a dip in the water. Bonfires are frequently held too and you and your partner can enjoy the warmth of the flames as the evening gets chilly.

    There are budget accommodations nearby if you want to stay close to the beach. Food shacks abound as well and serve delectable seafood and snacks. You can head to any one of the yoga resorts too and rejuvenate yourself with a session or two. Don’t forget to check out the many shops that sell everything from beachwear to curious.

    For Vizhinjam lighthouse – INR 10 for local tourists and INR 25 for foreign tourists. Approximately INR 20 for cameras.

    For Vizhinjam lighthouse – 3 pm to 6 pm

    Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam, Thiruvananthapuram.

  • 30Bekal Fort

    Bekal Fort
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    Bekal village in Kasargod is the site of the largest fort in Kerala, the Bekal Fort. Spread over a massive 40 acres, the 300-year-old structure is very well-preserved and attracts tourists from far and wide. If you’re planning a visit, head to the observation tower, which is one of the most popular spots as it offers a panoramic view of the surrounding towns.

    The fort was designed for defence purposes and was not used as an administration centre. Cannon holes in different parts of the structure were meant for weapons to aim and strike. There are chambers and underground tunnels too.

    The Fort was constructed in the 17th century. Excavations have unearthed items that date back to the period of the Mysore sultans. Structures have also been discovered including the remains of a temple complex, coins, and a mint house.

    Such a historically significant monument should make it on the list of every couple’s to-visit list. From here, you can make your way to Bekal Beach, which is illuminated as evening sets in.

    INR 15 for local tourists and SAARC nationals; INR 200 for foreign tourists.

    8 am to 5.30 pm

    Bekal, Kasargod.

  • 31Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

    Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary
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    One of 12 sanctuaries in Kerala’s protected areas, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Western Ghats is incredibly diverse and offers visitors multiple opportunities to witness wildlife in their element. The giant grizzled squirrel makes the sanctuary it's home as do many other animals including the slender loris, tufted grey langur and birds, and insects. There are a number of medicinal plants too.

    A 90-square km sanctuary is a great place for trekking and nature lovers will be thrilled with the number of flora and fauna to see. You’ll enjoy exploring nature trails, going on river treks and camping. You can also hike to Thoovanam Falls and witness the cascading waters. Go for a swim in the Pambar River or wander around the forest and marvel at the lush greenery and abundance of life.

    Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary offers accommodations for visitors who want a more immersive experience. There are log cabins, tree houses, forest guesthouses, and dorms. If a night at the sanctuary is up your alley, you can book a stay in advance from the forest office.

    INR 10 for local tourists and INR 100 for foreign tourists.

    8 am to 5 pm

    Munnar - Udumalpet Road, Munnar.

  • 32Kuruva Island

    Kuruva Island
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    Kuruva Island or Kuruvadweep is a river delta in Wayanad that’s made up of several islands. The lush vegetation and rich flora and fauna make it a must-visit for any nature lover. Covering 950 acres, the scenic locale invites you to catch a glimpse of butterflies and rare species of birds. 

    The Kabini River can be crossed by boats and rafts to get to the islands. Once there, nature lures you in. Unlike overdeveloped tourist attractions, Kuruva Island has been left largely untouched. Nature walks are the main activity, compelling you to detach yourself from the chaos of modern life and soak in the serenity of the natural environment. 

    There are local guides who can show you a lot more too including villages and paddy fields nearby. If you want to explore the island in more depth, there are tree huts that can be rented for the night.

    INR 80 for local tourists and INR 150 for foreign tourists. There are parking fees for two-wheelers and four-wheelers and range from INR 10 to INR 80

    9.30 am to 4.30 pm

    Kuruva Dweep, Mananthavady, Wayanad.

  • 33Eravikulam National Park

    Eravikulam National Park
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    Eravikulam National Park, Idukki was the first national park to be set up in Kerala and has become one of the most sought-after tourist spots in Idukki. It’s located in the Western Ghats and is famed for its rich biodiversity. It’s home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr – and has the largest viable population – and a variety of other wildlife including leopards, Nilgiri langurs and Indian bison.

    The park is divided into three areas and visitors are allowed only in the tourism area called Rajamalai. There’s still plenty to see, however, and if you’re lucky you may be able to catch the flowering of Neelakurinji, which is endemic to this region of the ghats. It blooms only once in 12 years!

    Anamudi, the highest mountain peak in the Western Ghats, looms majestically in the park’s core area. Less than 3 square km of the peak and another site inside the park 20 km away make up the habitat of the critically endangered resplendent shrub frog.

    INR 90 for local tourists and INR 360 for foreign tourists. There’s a reservation fee of INR 50.

    7.30 am to 4 pm

    Munnar, Idukki.
  • 34Anamudi Mountain

    Anamudi Mountain
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    Hikers and nature lovers eager to explore more of Eravikulam National Park should put Anamudi Mountain on their itinerary. At 2,695 metres, it’s the highest mountain in the country outside the Himalayas.

    Covered with verdant green and dotted with rivers, Anamudi is a spectacular sight. However, it’s not possible to hike up the mountain as it’s located in the core area of the park, which is closed to visitors. You can still hike in the tourist zone where there’s a lot to see including the chance to spot the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Before embarking on a hike, you’ll need to take permission from the park authorities who can also advise you on the best routes and provide valuable tips.

    There are several places to stay in the picturesque hill station of Munnar if you want to explore Anamudi Mountain and take in the rest of Eravikulam National Park over a couple of days. There are comfortable homestays too, some with free Wi-Fi and free parking.

    No entrance fee. Tickets for Eravikulam National Park cover the cost.

    7:30 am to 4.00 pm

    Munnar, Idukki.

  • 35Attukal Waterfalls

    Attukal Waterfalls
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    Located around 9 km from Munnar, Attukal Waterfalls is popular among tourists and picnickers alike. A narrow bridge connects you to the falls and the walk itself provides ample opportunity to gaze up at the towering hills veiled by mists. The hills, which are covered with thick forests, are ideal for hiking.

    While Attukal Waterfalls can be visited any time of the year, consider going right after the monsoons when the falls cascade in all their glory. Coupled with the sound of rushing water, you truly feel enveloped by nature as the outside world fades away.

    There are tea shops on site although you can carry a picnic hamper and relax on the rocks. You can also take a dip in pools formed by the falls before heading back out. Note: Watch your step when you head towards the falls as the area can be slippery.

    No entrance fee.

    10 am to 6 pm

    Between Munnar and Pallivasal.

  • 36Cherai Beach

    Cherai Beach
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    Cherai Beach is a wonderful place to visit for honeymooners. Although crowded during peak hours like other popular beaches in Kerala, it’s surprisingly clean and offers visitors an ideal opportunity to swim and engage in watersports. Kite flying is another activity and kites can be purchased at nominal prices.

    If morning jogs are your thing, the beach is the perfect place as it’s all but deserted, save for a few fishing boats and early birds. The beach has secluded places and couples can relax, sunbathe and even see dolphins if they’re lucky. It’s one of the biggest tourist draws and you should definitely wait to watch them surface. 

    There are several eateries along the beach as well as accommodations nearby if you want to stay back. You can opt for luxury resorts or choose budget hotels. Don’t forget to get in a little pampering with massage therapies and Ayurvedic treatments provided by centers near the beach. 

    The beach is located on Vypin Island, which is densely populated and fast becoming an urban space. However, there are still many unexplored areas and places of interest including the Vypin lighthouse, which dates back to the 19th century.

    No entrance fee.

    All days of the week.

    Vypin Island, Kochi Taluk.

  • 37Marari Beach

    Marari Beach
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    Alappuzha’s Marari Beach creates the perfect setting for couples to enjoy a romantic day. It’s peppered with elegant palm trees that provide plenty of shade to relax in. It’s not too crowded so you don’t have to contend with fighting for space.

    The beach is a great choice for just chilling out at but there are water activities you can try if you crave something more stimulating. Parasailing is popular as is surfing and water skiing.

    Couples eager to explore the fishing village of Mararikulam can stay at any one of the hotels and resorts located nearby. For a more in-depth experience, you can book a room at a homestay. While here, pay a visit to the Mahadeva temple, which draws hundreds of devotees. Try to catch the festivals to witness long processions of faithfuls.

    No entrance fee.

    : Sunrise to sunset.

    11 km from the town of Alappuzha.

  • 38Vembanad Lake

    Vembanad Lake
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    Vembanad Lake should be visited at least once in a lifetime. It’s the biggest lake in Kerala and the longest in India. It’s famed for hosting the Nehru Trophy Boat Race, a hugely popular event where the snake boat race to the finish line. The long canoes span more than 100 feet in length and each carries dozens of rowers who strive to win.

    The lake is a famous backwater stretch and surrounds several islands, two of which are Vallarpadam Island and Willingdon Island where the busy Kochi Port is located. The backwaters have attracted tourists for years with its network of natural and man-made canals. It’s unique to the state and although the canals were traditionally used for transportation, they’ve now become tourist hotspots.

    The best way to explore Vembanad Lake and the backwaters is to hire a houseboat. These charming and often times luxurious vessels feature plush beds, delicious meals prepared by onboard cooks and excellent service.

    Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is located a short distance from the lake and offers visitors a great bird-watching opportunity. If you are here during the migratory season, you may be able to see 
    brahminy kites, Siberian cranes, and cormorants.

     No entrance fee.

    10 am to 6 pm

    Kumarakom, Kottayam.

  • 39Vellayani Lake

    Vellayani Lake
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    Vellayani Lake is another jewel of Kerala. The freshwater lake is home to diverse flora and fauna and attracts both local and foreign tourists alike. There aren’t many picnicking spots but you can hire a boat and cross the lake, taking in the natural beauty and quiet.

    If you’re honeymooning here during the Onam festival, you’ll be able to catch the spectacular boat races. They’re a marvellous sight and you’ll certainly get caught up in the energy and excitement. The Vellayani Durga temple is located close to the lake. Although not very large, you should consider adding it to your itinerary since it’s in the vicinity.

    Getting to the lake is simple. There are boat services that operate from Kovalam Beach to Vellayani. The beach itself is a favourite among regular visitors as it’s very scenic, has several accommodation options at the beachfront and has shops where you can pick up souvenirs and knick-knacks.

    No entrance fee.

     Any time of the day.

    9 km from Thiruvananthapuram and 7 km from Kovalam.

  • Resorts for Honeymoon

  • 40The Zuri Kumarakom, Kottayam

    The Zuri Kumarakom, Kottayam
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    Honeymoons are special and the perfect place to enjoy them is at The Zuri Kumarakom, Kottayam. The 18-acre backwater resort is located near beautiful Vembanad Lake and promises guests an unforgettable experience. It’s frequently included in Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages and it’s not surprising why. The 5-star facilities and service make you feel like royalty and give honeymoons an extra special meaning.|

    The all-day restaurant faces the lagoon and serves delicious Oriental, Kerala and Mughlai fare while the lake-front restaurant whips up mouth-watering seafood to die for. You can sit back and relax at the cigar lounge or head to the lake-front bar for your favourite drink.

    No honeymoon at a resort is complete without a visit to the spa and The Zuri Kumarakom makes sure you’re properly pampered. Ayurvedic massages, skin therapies and a list of other treatments help you relax at the Maya Spa.

    The resort has 72 spacious rooms including cottages and presidential pool villas. Each features tasteful décor and modern amenities to make your stay more than comfortable. Take a dip in the private pool or if you’re eager for something a little more adventurous, head to the lagoon for a bit of rafting.

    INR 38,000 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Outdoor pool with bamboo rafting, private pool, fitness centre, spa.

    : V 235 A1 to A54, Karottukayal, Kumarakom, Kottayam.

  • 41The Windflowers Resort and Spa, Wayanad

    The Windflowers Resort and Spa, Wayanad

    The Windflowers Resort and Spa is in a class of its own. Set on a peaceful tea and coffee estate, it offers honeymooners the privacy and tranquillity they crave while giving them plenty to do. Chembra Peak stands majestic as you’re afforded gorgeous views of this highest peak in Wayanad.

    The resort sets itself apart with rooms that are traditionally designed. Large windows overlooking a verdant landscape, warm interior tones, plush beds and modern amenities come together to promise a very comfortable and luxurious stay. There are two styles of accommodation, The Windflower Villa and The Windflower Suite, both offering views of the plantations and the surroundings.

    If you’re not out exploring the estate, you can keep busy with a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Try your hand at softball, air rifle shooting and giant chess or opt for trekking, bamboo rafting, zip-lining and visit the tea factory. You can also attend yoga classes and play videos games.

    Emerge spa at the resort provides a relaxing place for you to unwind in. 22 treatments including rejuvenating massages will make you feel brand new. You can also try out the steam and sauna rooms.

    INR 11,970 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Sauna, spa swimming pool.

    Survey No. 40/2B Resurvey No.330/1 Achoornam Village, Vythiri Taluk, Wayanad.

  • 42Lemon Tree Vembanad Lake Resort, Alleppey

    Lemon Tree Vembanad Lake Resort, Alleppey

    Bright, spacious and cosy, Lemon Tree Vembanad Lake Resort offers unbeatable comfort and facilities for a terrific honeymoon. Each bed has an orthopaedic mattress, sound insulation and black-out curtains. You have your pick of rooms and suites as well as houseboat villas that are fully air-conditioned and with Jacuzzis that utterly relax you.

    You can also opt for rooms with direct access to the swimming pool. Dining is a great experience here with a multi-cuisine restaurant that serves Indian and international fare. There’s also a menu that serves home-style meals. The resort’s Ayurvedic spa promises to pamper you with its ancient Ayurvedic therapies while a fitness centre has all the equipment you need to stay in shape. Activities within and outside the hotel give couples plenty to do.

    You can get bicycles and explore the beautiful landscape or go fishing in the lake. For the more adventurous, there are speed boats that can be availed. If you’d rather stay in, you can ask the resort to organize traditional dances for you and your partner. Unwinding on comfy lounge chairs near the outdoor pool is another way to pass the time.

     INR 7,500 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Swimming pool, fitness centre, spa, water sports, bicycling, traditional dance performances.

    Janasakthi Road, Muhamma, Kayippuram, Alleppey.

  • 43Banasura Hill Resort, Wayanad

    Banasura Hill Resort, Wayanad

    Kerala honeymoon tour packages with a stay at Banasura Hill Resort, Wayanad, promise to make your honeymoon unforgettable and romantic. The eco and nature hill resort spans 35 acres of gorgeous green that you’ll be more than eager to explore. It’s located 3,500 feet above sea level with wonderful views of the hillside.

    There are several choices of accommodation including earth rooms, log huts, twin villas, and suites. The honeymoon package includes a stay at the Honeymoon Suite with décor that creates an intimate space and makes you feel like you’re the only two people on earth.

    The natural surroundings are something else too; aside from the expansive hills in the distance, lush vegetation surrounds the suite while private treks to waterfalls, streams and the tea garden help you immerse yourself in nature.

    The pet-friendly resort has activities galore to keep you thrilled. Wildlife and nature trails invite you to experience nature in all its beauty. You can also go on a tour to Edakkal Caves with etchings that date back to the Neolithic era and listen to tales of King Banasura with the 1,000 arms and Pazhassi Raja, Malabar’s lion king.

    INR 31,000 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Pet-friendly, spa, treks, nature walks.

    Vellamunda, Wayanad.

  • 44Marari Beach Resort, Alleppey

    Marari Beach Resort, Alleppey

    If you prefer to stay close to the beach, Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages with Marari Beach Resort are perfect. Spread across 55 acres and designed in a traditional fishing village style, honeymooners can escape from the world and celebrate their love in privacy. Airy thatched villas provide unobstructed views of the surroundings and private pools. 

    The resort’s main restaurant lays special focus on Kerala cuisine although it does serve other cuisines to cater to international tastes. There’s also a seafood restaurant for those eager to sample fresh seafood cooked in earthenware pots. The clubhouse, meanwhile, plays live music and couples can sit down to their favorite cocktails at The Long Verandah. 

    Marari Beach Resort stands out for its emphasis on eco-friendliness. Solar water heaters are extensively used and rainwater is harvested. The resort was largely constructed using local materials. Butterfly gardens are maintained too. In keeping with the eco-friendly theme, smoke-emitting water sports are not allowed.

    INR 9,000 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Swimming pools, tennis court, massage therapies, yoga classes.

    Marari Beach, Mararikulam-North, Alappuzha.

  • 45Vivanta by Taj, Kovalam

    Vivanta by Taj, Kovalam

    Vivanta by Taj in Kovalam is a mini paradise on earth. Located near the beach, cottages and villas are nestled amidst thick gardens that also conceal sparkling swimming pools. The Arabian Sea provides a serene view that you can wake up to.

    Enjoy fine dining at the resort’s 3 restaurants that include Jasmine Bay, Curries, Bait and Neera Bar. Do sample the signature dishes prepared by world-class chefs. Couples who want privacy can also opt for the Bait moonlight dinner experience with views of the sea and the backwaters.

    There are a variety of activities to engage in including golf, beach volleyball, and archery. You can also choose to go boating in the lagoon or opt for a backwater cruise.

    INR 14,500 onwards.

    Amenities and activities: 
    Land sports, boating, backwater cruise, moonlight dinner, salon, fitness centre swimming pool, bar billiard.

    G. V. Raja Vattappara Road, Kovalam.

  • 46Niraamaya Retreats Cardamom Club, Thekkady

    Niraamaya Retreats Cardamom Club, Thekkady

    Niraamaya Retreats Cardamon Club is a charming resort with luxurious plantation-style cottages that overlook gardens and mountains. Bordering the famous Periyar Reserve, guests are treated to tranquillity and lush vegetation that seems to cocoon. There’s an all-day restaurant called Café Samsara that serves cuisines with an authentic flavor.

    The resort organizes a range of activities to help you explore the region. You can opt for border trekking, Gavi jeep safaris, boating, and bamboo rafting. Bird-watchers will get a thrill out of witnessing sunbirds and black winged kites among many others. If you’re up for another invigorating trek, the cardamom estate trek will take you through 4 km of plantations and a chance to see more native birds.

    Full-excursions can also be booked where you’ll be taken on an adventure to places like Madurai and Pattupetty. 
    Guests can also attend cooking classes led by the resort’s chefs. If you just want to relax, bespoke destination dining and bonfire nights can make it extra special.

     INR 27000

    Amenities & activities: Swimming pool, garden, bbq, spa, free parking, free wifi.

    66th Mile, V&V Estates, Springvalley, Thekkady.

  • 47Mountain Club Resort, Munnar

    Mountain Club Resort, Munnar
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    Set amid the Munnar mountains, Mountain Club Resort is an idyllic setting that honeymooners will love. Green grounds, a peaceful ambience and villas that open to mesmerizing views of the surroundings come together to help you celebrate your love the resort’s multi-cuisine restaurant makes sure your taste buds are properly titillated with a variety of cuisines including Kerala, Italian, Chinese and Mughlai.

    Come evening and you can head to the Coffee Shop. 
    Kerala’s Ayurvedic treatments are known the world over and the resort’s Ayurveda Center uses only the best herbal treatments and techniques. If you’re eager for some excitement, make your way to the ATV track located near the resort and conquer it with the help of Polaris ATVs.

    The resort also holds cookery shows for guests with a passion for food. 
    If you want to stay in shape, the health club and swimming pool are the best places to get in some workout during your stay here.

    INR 23,000 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Health club, swimming pool, Ayurveda Center, ATV rides, cookery shows.

    Chinnakanal, Chinnakanal Suryanelli Rd, Munnar.

  • 48Terrace Greens, A Sterling Holidays Resort, Munnar

    Terrace Greens, A Sterling Holidays Resort, Munnar

    Imposing mountains serve as a backdrop to Terrace Greens, A Sterling Holidays Resort. Located in the village of Chinnakanal in Munnar, the resort features large windows that offer great views of the outdoors including the Anaiyirangal Dam and create a bright, airy space indoors. Simple but tastefully furnished, the rooms provide sweeping views of the verdant surroundings.

    No matter what your choice of cuisine is, you’re sure to find it at the Anaipara restaurant that offers everything from Kerala to Indian to international fare. Subuthi Wellness Spa, meanwhile, lets you sit back and unwind with massages and beauty treatments.

    The resort has a range of activities to keep you entertained including indoor sports at the Club House, video games and rifle shooting. Hobby workshops are organized as well and acquaint you with the art of pottery, glass-painting, tattoos, and portraits. If you happen to visit during the weekend, attend the bonfire and party games.

    Price: INR 4500 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Indoor sports, rifle shooting, hobby workshops, bonfires, party games, spa.

    Chinnakanal Suryanelli Rd, Chinnakanal.

  • 49Wild Corridor Resort and Spa, Thekkady

    Wild Corridor Resort and Spa, Thekkady

    Wild Corridor Resort and Spa is one of those unique establishments that manage to perfectly blend rustic with modern. It’s situated just 9 km away from Periyar Tiger Reserve and guests can arrange for day tours of the surrounding places at the desk.

    The resort’s villas bring guests closer to nature with views of the hills and mountains. You can choose from Wild Corridor private villas, nature view cottages, valley view cottages, romantic villas and romantic sky cottages. Bathrooms also have spa bathtubs to luxuriate in. You can avail of rejuvenating treatments at the full-service spa and relax at the sauna.

    The natural swimming pool, SPLASH, invites you to do a few laps under the warm sun and surrounded by trees. 
    Guests looking to explore can opt for cycling, or go for a soft trek around the resort. A visit to the spice plantations shouldn’t be missed either. The front desk can be approached to arrange day trips and car rentals.

    INR 20,000 onwards.

    Amenities and activities:
    Cycling, trekking, day tours, spa, swimming pool.

    Murikkady PO, Kumily Anavilasam Road, Kumily Thekkady.

  • 50Tea Valley Resort, Munnar

    Tea Valley Resort, Munnar

    Tea Valley Resort offers couples a lovely honeymoon experience with its stylish cottages featuring private balconies and large windows. Copses of trees and rolling hills provide a soothing sight when sitting out with a cup of tea in your hands.

    The resort’s multi-cuisine restaurant lets you savour Indian, continental and Chinese dishes with a distinct home-made flavour. You can opt for romantic candlelit dinners too at your room’s balcony, the restaurant’s balcony, the tree hut and the tribal hut.

    A honeymoon at Tea Valley Resort isn’t complete without trying your hand at the adventure activities. Test your skills on the Burma Bridge, which is a suspended walk between trees. The Swinging Bridge and Heeby Jeeby are a couple of others you should try to test your balancing skills. If you want to challenge yourself in a more natural environment, opt for rock climbing, free-hand climbing, jumaring, rappelling, and mock river crossing.

    INR 17,250 onwards

    Amenities and activities:
    Bonfire with music, indoor games room, adventure activities, tree hut.

    Bison Valley Road, Pothamedu, Pallivasal, Munnar.

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Chembra Peak

A trekking paradise, Chembra is the highest peak in the Wayanad Hill Range that will take your breath away. Encompassed by verdant greenery of the Western Ghats, Chembra Peak is one of those attractions in Wayanad that one just cannot ignore for its mesmerising views. 

It is where the clouds brush your cheeks and your eyes are greeted with solace of calm and quietness in the midst of nature.

It is known for offering an enchanting vista of the heart-shaped lake also known as the Cupid Lake. It also offers an unparalleled view of Banasura Sagar Dam surrounded by the majestic tea plantations located along the foothills of Chembra Peak.

Height: It is 2,100 metres (6,890 ft) above sea level

Location: Kalpetta, Wayanad

Best Time to visit: The best time to visit is between the months of September and March.

Entry fee: The entry charge for the peak is INR 50/USD 0.77

Timings: Chembra Peak is open to tourists during the day time.

Distance from Wayanad: It is about 40 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Banasura Sagar Dam

One of the most spellbinding places to visit in Wayanad, Banasura Sagar Dam is a picturesque tourist hotspot. Known for being India’s largest earthen dam, it boasts of extensive natural beauty with beautiful flora and fauna, majestic hills and mesmerising waterfalls. The Banasura Sagar is a photographer’s delight and offers the most beautiful views from the top of the hill.

It is also famous among adventure enthusiasts who look forward to thrilling activities like boating, trekking, horse racing and camel rides. For the avid trekkers, Banasura hill peak is hailed as one of the most challenging treks. Along with that Banasura Hill Resort adds to the charm of this place that is known as the only ‘earthen’ resort in the country.

Location: Banasura Sagar Dam, Padinjarathara, Kerala

Best Time to visit: November to May offers the most ideal time to visit Banasura Sagar Dam

Entry fee: INR 10/ USD 0.15 per person

Timings: The opening timings are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: It is just 2.3 kilometres away from the bus station.


Kuruva Island

Located in the middle of Kabini river, Kuruva Island is a natural paradise that is replete with diverse flora and fauna in the most beautiful surroundings. It is blessed with evergreen forests all around that makes it a mesmerising picnic spot away from all pollution and noise of the city.

One of the most exciting things about Kuruva Island for tourists is their famous boat rides on bamboo rafts. Trekkers also visit Kuruva Island to explore the pristine environment and witness the most exotic species of plants, animals and birds here.  

The enthralling beauty of this island attracts many people who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of their lives and surround themselves in the serenity of nature.

Location: Kuruvadweep, Kerala

Best Time to visit: Kuruva Island could be visited from October to May

Entry fee: INR 80/ USD 1.23 for Indians and INR 150/USD 2.3 for foreigners

Timings: The visiting hours are from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Mondays are holiday

Distance from Wayanad: It is located 36 kilometres away.


The Bamboo Factory

If you wish to know how bamboo constitutes an important factor in both the lifestyle and livelihood for the people in Wayanad, then a visit to The Bamboo Factory comes highly recommended. 

This educating and inspiring experience gives a sneak peek into the lives of the locals in Uravu. This place is a great stop to witness the wonder of sustainable tourism and explore the ancient traditions that are still preserved in Wayanad.

The Bamboo Factory stands for uplifting the lives of many rural craftsmen along with offering tourists a unique experience by getting to know how bamboo is converted into your favourite items. Tourists at Bamboo Factory also get a chance to talk to these talented craftsmen and know more from their experiences.

Location: 100 Acres Road Thrikkaipatta, Kerala

Best Time to visit: October to February is the best time to visit here.

Entry fee: The cost to visit here is approximately INR 500/ USD 7.7 per person

Timings: One can visit here between 10 am and 4 pm.

Distance from Wayanad: The distance between the two places is around kilometres.


Jain Temple, Sulthan Battery

One of the most beautiful heritage sightseeing places in Wayanad, Jain Temple is known for its interesting history. It was built in 13th century A.D. and largely came to prominence when this ancient temple was used by Tipu Sultan to store ammunition. 

The ruins of Jain Temple in Sulthan Battery resonate the vital presence and influence of Jain community in the state of Kerala.

Maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India, the Jain Temple boasts of Vijayanagara style of architecture and has preserved beautiful and intricate carvings on its granite pillars. It is revered as one of the holiest places for the Jains and a festival is celebrated during Mahavir Jayanthi. 

This historically important temple in Kerala is a great visit to appreciate the art and culture of this place.

Location: Jain Temple Rd, Sultan Bathery, Kerala

Best Time to visit: September to March is the best time to visit the temple.

Entry fee: None

Timings: The temple is open for visitors during the day.

Distance from Wayanad: It is around 50 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Pookode Lake

If you’re browsing for the most serene Wayanad tourist places, Pookode Lake should incite your curiosity. Surrounded by the evergreen beauty of Western Ghats and verdant forests, Pookode Lake is a gorgeous freshwater lake. 

One of the most interesting features of this lake is that it virtually appears to be in the shape of India’s physical map. Boasting of picturesque excellence and a mesmerising ambience, this freshwater lake is the initiating point of Panamaram stream in Kerala.

Pookode Lake offers many activities like boating and boasts of a freshwater aquarium, a children’s park and a shopping centre where tourists can empty their pockets on excellent spices and handicrafts. 

Another big attraction of Pookode Lake is the widespread presence of wild animals and birds who can be spotted around the lake.

Location: Pookode Lake, Kunnathidavaka, Kerala

Best Time to visit: August to May are the best months to visit here

Entry fee: INR 10/ USD 0.15 for one person

Timings: The opening hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: Pookode Lake is located 27.3 kilometres from the Bus station in Wayanad


Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary

Offering an unforgettable experience for wildlife lovers, Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the must-visit places to visit in Wayanad. 

It is famous for harbouring a diverse number of flora and fauna. Taking a wildlife safari is the most thrilling activity that one should undertake at Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary to make their Wayanad vacation memorable.

This natural habitat is a great sightseeing place to spot elephant herds, deer, langurs, panthers, tigers, Indian bison and the rare Slender Loris. Moreover, this wildlife sanctuary offers a wonderful experience for tourists with their tree huts which are open for stay. 

This beautiful attraction allows the tourists to seek some natural solace and take delight in the company of the wonderful wildlife roaming freely in their natural surroundings.

Location: It is located 20 km east of Mananthavady on the Kodagu Road.

Best Time to visit: Winters are the best time to visit Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary

Entry fee: The entry fees is INR 115/ USD 1.77 for Indians. For foreigners, the entry fees is INR 300/ USD 4.62

Timings: The timings are 7:00 am to 10:00 am in the mornings. For the evenings, the timings are from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: The distance between the two places is 45 kilometres.


Edakkal Caves

Travel back in time to the Stone Age with a visit to Edakkal Caves that are located on the Ambukuthi Hills. Edakkal literally translates to ‘a stone in between’ and this cave and showcases a natural masterpiece. 

It is associated with many myths and considered as one of the most sacred places to visit in Wayanad. Edakkal caves are not actually considered to be caves in a scientific sense yet remain a great piece of archaeological curiosity for tourists. 

These caves are identified as a Neolithic settlement and present the evidence of a pre-historic society of highly civilised people. These caves draw in a number of history buffs and students of archaeology who wish to explore these mysterious caves.

Height: It is located at a height of 1200 metres above sea level on the Ambukuthi Hills.

Location: Wayanad, Nenmeni, Kerala

Entry Fee: INR 15/USD 0.23 per person

Best Time to visit: The most preferred time to visit Edakkal Caves is during the months of December to May.

Timings: The visiting time to Edakkal caves is from morning 9:30 to evening 4:30.

Distance from Wayanad: It is located 48 kilometres from here.


Lakkidi View Point

Famous for its mesmerising scenery, Lakkidi View Point is known for its nine hairpin caves and offers a resplendent view of the mountains in Wayanad. The whole trip of Lakkidi View Point promises an unforgettable charm of natural beauty that should add to their bucket list of attractions in Wayanad. 

Offering a bird’s eye view of the magnificent surroundings, this place leaves you in search of words to describe the panoramic vista that your eyes behold. It is also a famous picnic spot and often known as the ‘Gateway of Wayanad’. 

Lakkidi is also known for receiving the second highest rainfall in the world and its misty environment makes it an unforgettable tourist place in Wayanad.

Height: It is located at an elevation of 700 metres above sea level.

Location:  Kozhikode-Mysore-Kollegal Highway, Lakkidi, Kerala

Best Time to visit: One should visit Lakkidi View Point at the time of early morning or early evening to get the best views.

Timings: The visiting hours are from 12:00 am to 11:59 pm

Distance from Wayanad: The distance to reach here is approximately 32 kilometres.


Meenmutty Waterfalls

One of the delightful of Wayanad tourist places, Meenmutty Waterfalls is a three-tiered waterfall that will take your breath away. A scenic trek through the lush green forest from the Wayanad-Ooty Road leads up to this picturesque natural wonder. 

There are separate decks which can be accessed in different ways to view the different tiers of this spectacular waterfall. The roaring waters of Meenmutty Falls are situated in the lush forests that makes it a delight for photographers. 

Tourists can exalt in a magnificent view of Banasura Sagar Dam from the peak of the third tier of this waterfall. With thundering visuals of the scenery, Meenmutty Waterfalls is hailed as one of the most thrilling places for adventure lovers in Wayanad.

Location: Kallar Meenmutty Falls Road, Kallar, Kerala

Best Time to visit: The best time to visit here is from October to May.

Entry fee: The entry fees is INR 30/ USD 0.46 per person

Timings: It is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm

Distance from Wayanad: The waterfall is located just 2 kilometres from the bus station.


Neelimala View Point

Promising one of the most enthralling trekking experiences in Wayanad tourist places, Neelimala View Point is a must visit for adventure aficionados. 

It presents some amazing trails that cross the most picturesque landscape of Western Ghats. Tourists are in for a charming surprise as Neelimala View Point offers gushing streams and verdant valleys on the way up to the hill.

This place is a splendid tourist spot where you can appreciate the company of nature with the misty clouds and its pristine ambience. 

This beauty of this popular trekking and camping site is accentuated by the Meenmutti waterfall that brings out the most wonderful view of the place.

Location: Neelimala Viewpoint, Vaduvanchal, Kerala

Best Time to visit: January to May and September to December is the most preferred time to visit here.

Entry fee: The entry fees here is INR 500/ USD 7.7 for a jeep that could carry 6-7 people

Timings: Tourists could visit Neelimala Viewpoint any time between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm

Distance from Wayanad: It is about 50 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park and Bandipur National Park are like two sides of the same coin. Separated by the border, Bandipur Park lies in Karnataka while the neighbouring, Mudumalai lies in the Kongu Nadu region of Tamil Nadu. The area is rich with rare species that include 50 types of fish, 34 species of reptiles, 266 species of birds, and 55 types of mammals. 

Some of the rare wildlife you’ll find here are vultures, Bengal Tigers, Indian Leopards and golden jackals. The flora includes dense tropical forests, exotic climbers and creepers, bamboo trees, Indian rosewood and much more! If you’re a nature enthusiast, Mudumalai’s sense of serenity and extravagant beauty is sure to leave you spellbound!

Location: NH 67, Gudalur NH 67, Gudalur, Devarshola, Tamil Nadu

Best Time to visit: The most ideal time to visit this park is from February to June.

Entry fee: INR 15/ USD 0.23 per person

Timings: The opening hours for visitors is from 7:00 am to 9:00 am in the morning and from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the evenings.

Distance from Wayanad: The distance between the two places is approximately 90 kilometres.


Attukal Waterfalls

It is one of the four main waterfalls of Munnar and is very popular among adventure seekers, as the dirt mountain path through the forest gives chills on every step towards Attukal Waterfalls. Take your swimwear as the pool at the bottom of the fall has enough water to dip and bath. 

It is highly recommended that you visit Munnar during Monsoon season if waterfalls top the list of ‘places to visit in Munnar.’ Attukal waterfall is located between Munnar and Pallivasal and can be reached by crossing a wooden bridge. 
The waterfalls in Munnar witness hordes of tourist every year and Attukal is one of those famous waterfalls which is mystically beautiful.

2nd Floor, Mermaid Complex, Nadaiyar road, Munnar 685612

Timings: 9 AM to 7:30 PM

One can pay INR 100 per person to a guide who can lead the trek through the narrow mountain path.

Suggested Read: Things to Do in Munnar for a lovely vacation!


Irupu Falls

Escape into the allure of nature and its magnificence with a visit to Irupu Falls. One of the most enchanting places to visit in Wayanad, Irupu Falls is one of the most legendary sightseeing places in Wayanad. 

This spectacular waterfall derives its roots from the legends of Ramayana and also known as Lakshmana Tirtha Falls. This place is known for its serene ambience that showcases the captivating beauty of this glorious cascade from a height of 60 feet. 

Irupu Falls draws in a number of devotees who believe that a dip in its waters cleanses one’s sins and pay respect to the Shiva temple located along the banks of the river.

Location: Irupu Falls, Irupu Falls Rd, Karnataka

Best Time to visit: The months of monsoons are the best time to witness the Irupu Falls at its maximum beauty.

Entry fee: INR 50/ USD 0.77 per person

Timings: The timings at Irupu Falls is from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Distance from Wayanad: It is about 56 kilometres away from the bus station in Wayanad.


Pothamedu View Point

Drenched in the mist and greenery, Pothamedu viewpoint is a spot worth trekking to. This viewpoint enables a panoramic vista of the valley and if the day is clear, you can also see Muthirapuzha River and Idukki Arch Dam from quite a height. The view is made of a series of emerald hill slopes where tea, coffee, cardamom, and pepper make a blanket of green all over the hills.

While you are enjoying the mesmerizing view of the valley, take a sip of ginger tea from the only tea shop nearby and you would love spending your evening at Pothamedu. Watching the sun slide down the horizon in the vast expanse of the Sahyadri ranges is one perfect way of spending your vacation in this quaint town. 
Pothamedu is one of the many places to visit in Munnar which have a refreshing environ.

Pothamedu, Munnar.

Timings: 9 AM to 7:30 PM

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Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary

Away from the hustle and bustle of the cities, the Idukki Wildlife is located in the Thodupuzha and Udumpanchola taluks of Idukki at an altitude of 450 – 750 ft above the sea level.

The sanctuary, flanked on 3 sides by the tranquil waters of Idukki Lake, is housed amidst picturesque settings of tropical evergreen & semi-evergreen forests, meadows, and deciduous trees.
The Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the places to visit in Idukki, houses hordes of wild elephants.

The other species from the animal kingdom include bison, sambar, deer, wild dogs, jungle cats, Malabar Giant Squirrel, wild boars, and tigers. Reptilians such as Cobra, viper, krait, etc will bewilder the visitor, while avian species Malabar grey hornbill, Purple Sunbird, Golden Oriole, and Black bulbul enchant him.

40 km from Thodupuzha, Idukki.

Timings: All day.

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