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You can admire the beaches, backwaters in Alappuzha and Kollam, and go on hiking at the various mountain ranges of Kerala. Partake in the adventurous strolling in the wildlife sanctuaries, like Idukki or Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary for a memorable trip to Kerala. You can visit the scenic beauty, and relish in some mouthwatering cuisine like Dosa Ghee Roast with Kerala Style Sambar, Idli Sambar, and Idiyappam with Curry on your visit. Get to experience new cultures and traditions, along with witnessing the varied demography of one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
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People Also Ask About Group Tours in Kerala
Which are the best places to visit on a Kerala group tour?
Below are the best places to visit on a Kerala group tour:
1. Krishnapuram Palace
2. Thirunelli Temple
3. Banasura Hill
4. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
5. Marari Beach
6. Pathiramanal Island
7. Revi Karunakaran Museum
8. TATA Tea Museum
9. Paradisa Plantation Retreat
10. The Mountain Courtyard
What are the best things to do on a Kerala group trip?
Some of the best things to do on a Kerala group trip are:
1. Stay in a Houseboat
2. Tour to Spice Garden
3. Watch A Theyyam Performance
4. Bird Watching
5. Witness sunset at Kovalam Beach
6. Enjoy mesmerising views of the Athirapally Falls
7. Trying adventure activities like paragliding and camping
8. Exploring a coffee plantation
9. Wildlife Safari
10. Zipline above the tea garden
How much does a Kerala trip cost?
The cost of a trip to Kerala ranges between INR 30,000 to 45,000 ($336 to $550) per person, depending on transportation, travel season, accommodation, and activities planned.
Is Kerala worth visiting?
Yes, Kerala is totally worth a visit where people of all ages and interests can have a time of their life. From the lush green hills and spice plantations of the Western Ghats in the east, to the golden sandy beaches of the Arabian Sea in the west, Kerala is one of the most popular destinations in India.
What is the best time to visit Kerala?
The best time to visit Kerala is during the winter season i.e. between September to March when the weather is pleasant and has less humidity. It is also the perfect time to sightseeing Kerala's amazing cities and attractions besides exploring the enchanting lagoons and tranquil canals.
Considered as one of the most historic sites in Kannur, the St. Angelo Fort was constructed by the first Portuguese viceroy of India. The fort is triangular in shape appears as a massive yet magnificent structure standing at the helm of the ruthless sea. The laterite walls made of stone lend it an even more imposing air and it is a must-visit destination for architecture students. The sea wall segregating the fort from the sea provides breathtaking views of the Mopilla Bay. Visit the fort for taking a relaxing walk in the complex and enjoy stunning views of the Arabian Sea.Distance: 2.0 km from Kannur bus stand.Timings: 8 AM to 6 PM, every dayEntry fee: INR 10.
Famous as Kerala’s only drive-in beach, the Muzhappilangad offers some of the most stunning views of the yellow and orange sun setting along the golden sandy beaches of Malabar coast. The 4 km stretch of land running along the ocean is perfect for taking a romantic, leisurely stroll with your partner or just drive on the beach and soak in the naked natural splendour around. Photography enthusiasts can take breathtaking shots of the ocean and food lovers can munch on authentic Malabar snacks sold on the beach.Distance: 13.8 km from Kannur bus stand.Timings: No timing restrictionsEntry fee: There is no fee charged to enter the beach but if you want to drive a vehicle on the beach, you are charged INR 10.