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Book Kerala tour packages from Delhi with Thrillophilia and embark on a captivating journey through God’s own country.

Thrillophilia offers various Kerala tour packages for you to experience lush greenery, dense tropical forests rich in diverse flora and fauna, tranquil backwaters, spices, and delicious Malabar food. We have curated Kerala itineraries so that you can experience everything the state offers, leaving no stone unturned. From fun-filled sightseeing trips and beach hop tours to adventurous water sports and wildlife safaris, we’ve got it covered. We cater to your individual preferences, taking into account your budget, duration, preferred activities, and accommodation choices.

Whether you're a solo traveler, part of a small group, or a couple seeking a romantic retreat, our tours are designed to create unforgettable moments amidst Kerala's serene landscapes

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Tourist Places to Visit in Kerala Trip From Delhi:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Kerala:

1. Alleppey: Celebrated as the "Venice of the East," Alleppey is famous for its intricate network of backwaters and exhilarating houseboat. Tourists can enjoy a houseboat cruise through the picturesque backwaters, enjoy an amazing Malabar cuisine onboard, and enjoy the spectacular waterfront views of the lining villages en route. All these make Alleppey a must-include destination in all Kerala packages from Delhi.

2. Wayanad: Located amidst the lush dense forests of the Western Ghats, Wayanad boasts of verdant greenery, wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, and an amazing climate throughout the year. Popular attractions in Wayanad that have fascinated people traveling from Delhi to Wayanad are the Banasura Sagar Dam, Chembra Peak, Soochipara Waterfalls, Edakkal Caves, and Kuruvadweep.

3. Kochi: Kochi, a seaside jewel in Kerala, India, combines traditional elegance with modern vibrancy. Explore the ancient Fort Kochi, which features Chinese fishing nets, the landmark St. Francis Church, and colourful spice shops. Kochi is a cultural melting pot that reflects its colonial history and numerous influences.

4. Munnar: Perched cozily in the Western Ghats, Munnar is famous for its lush tea plantations, misty hills, and vibrant flora. The Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak, and Lakkam Waterfalls here offer a blend of natural beauty and biodiversity.

5. Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram): The capital city of Kerala, Trivandrum is a cultural hub with landmarks like the Padmanabhaswamy Temple and Napier Museum. The city's serene beaches, such as Kovalam and Varkala, and the Vizhinjam LightHouse are stunningly beautiful. Trivandrum has a plethora of water sports like parasailing, jet skiing, and surfing for water sports enthusiasts.

Things to Do on Kerala Trip From Delhi:

Here are some of the best things to do in Kerala:

1. Backwater Houseboat Cruise in Alleppey: You can enjoy cruising over Kerala's enchanting backwaters on a houseboat. During the cruise, you can witness the picturesque landscapes, life in rural villages, and lush greenery. Most cruises have overnight stay options and the food served onboard is truly delicious.

2. Explore Tea Gardens in Munnar: Munnar is famous for sprawling tea estates and you can stroll through these lush plantations breathing in the aroma of fresh tea leaves. Most plantations also have guided tours for tourists to learn about the tea-making process. You also marvel at panoramic views of misty hills, and savor a cup of freshly brewed tea amid the serene plantations.

3. Visit Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Tourists can embark on a wildlife adventure at Periyar National Park by taking a boat safari on Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, tigers, and diverse bird species. The park's lush surroundings and diverse fauna make this one of the must-include things to do in Kerala packages from Delhi.

4. Kerala Kathakali Performance: Kathakali is the traditional dance form of Kerala and tourists can enjoy this amazing dance performance live and understand Kerala’s cultural heritage. The vibrant makeup, elaborate costumes, and expressive storytelling through dance and music showcase the state's artistic traditions.

5. Relax on Kovalam Beach: Kovalam Beach has golden sand and is outlined with coconut groves; making the place a tropical paradise. You can indulge in a rejuvenating Ayurvedic massage, take up a water sport, or simply gaze at the soul-stirring views of the sunset.

Best Time to Go For Kerala Trip From Delhi:

Kerala is a year-round tourist destination. Summer (April to June) offers abundant sunshine and is ideal for beach activities. Monsoon (June to September) paints the state in lush greenery and one can enjoy a laid-back retreat in Kerala during these months. Winter ( October to February) is characterized by cool and pleasant weather and is perfect for both sightseeing and activities.

How to Reach Kerala From Delhi:

1. By Air- Kerala has three airports - Trivandrum International Airport (Thiruvananthapuram), Cochin International Airport (Kochi), and Calicut International Airport (Kozhikode). All these airports are well connected with the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. Many airlines run daily non-stop flights between Delhi and each of the airports in Kerala. The flight duration is usually three and a half hours.

2. By Train- There are many direct trains from New Delhi to Trivandrum like NZM TVC Express, Kerala Express, and Kerala S Kranti. These trains stop at major cities of Kerala like Kannur, Calicut, Alleppey, Thrissur, and Kollam before reaching Trivandrum. The travel time could be as long as 4 days (50 hours) by train.

3. By Road- The road distance between Delhi and the capital city of Trivandrum is 2908 km and hence, there are no direct buses available. If you are particular about taking a bus, you can stop at several states in Central and southern India, before reaching Kerala.

Weather of Kerala:

Kerala has a tropical climate and experiences three main seasons: summer, monsoon, and winter.

1. Winter (December to February): During winter, Kerala experiences cool and pleasant weather with clear skies. The temperature plunges to around 18°C at night and reaches a maximum of 32°C during the day. This season is ideal for outdoor activities, exploring landscapes, and enjoying cultural events.

2. Summer (March to May): Summers in Kerala are warm and humid due to its close proximity to the Arabian Sea. Daytime temperatures range from 24°C to 36°C. The chances of rainfall increase towards the end of May, marking the onset of the southwest monsoon.

3. Monsoon (June to September): The southwest monsoon brings heavy rainfall to Kerala from June to September. The monsoon downpours paint the landscapes in lush green and the sound of the rains and the smell of the Earth justifies the state’s title as “God’s Own Country”.

4. Post-Monsoon (October to November): During these months, rainfall recedes and there is a gradual transition to cooler weather. Temperatures range from 23°C to 32°C, making it a pleasant time to visit. The landscapes look still vibrant from the recent monsoon showers and the weather is just so perfect for outdoor exploration.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How much does the Kerala tour cost?
A budget traveler can explore Kerala for around ₹35,000 to ₹50,000 for a week, including basic accommodation, local transportation, and meals. Mid-range options that offer more comfort and amenities, can cost about ₹1,20,000 for a week. Luxury tours including upscale resorts and premium experiences can exceed ₹1,50,000. Booking our Kerala packages from Delhi in advance can help you save time and effort.

2. Are there any direct flights to Kerala from Delhi?
Yes, there are direct flights to Kerala from Delhi. Airports such as Trivandrum International Airport (Thiruvananthapuram), Cochin International Airport (Kochi), and Calicut International Airport (Kozhikode) have regular direct flights from Delhi. Air India, Indigo, and Vistara operate on these routes and provide convenient and time-efficient travel options between Delhi and different cities in Kerala.

3. Is a trip to Kerala expensive?
No, a Kerala trip is not expensive. The state offers accommodations and food at very modest prices for everyone to come and enjoy an amazing Kerala holiday. Beaches in Kerala like Kovalam and Varkala for free and the temples like Padmanabhaswamy and Guruvayoor temples are free to visit. Activities such as houseboat rides and cultural performances are also reasonably priced. All these factors combinedly let tourists explore the state without breaking the bank. You can also book our <strong>Kerala packages from Delhi to have the best experience at reasonable prices.

4. How many days are sufficient for the Kerala tour?
You will need a minimum of 7 days to cover all the major tourist destinations of Kerala like Kannur and Calicut in the north, Alleppey, Munnar, and Cochin in the middle, and Trivandrum in the south. However, a 2-week long Kerala trip will help you enjoy exploring the state immersively in a more relaxed way.

5. Is Kerala worth visiting?
Absolutely yes! Known as "God's Own Country," Kerala is abundantly blessed with lush green landscapes, serene backwaters, rumbling beaches, ancient temples, rich history, and warm hospitality. Kerala also offers several water sports and ayurvedic retreats. The signature food of Kerala like Puttu and Kadala Curry and Appan with Stew can get one drooling.

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Sampath Tudgani
Reviewed: 02 Jan 2024
5.0/5
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Dear Thrillophilia Team, I'm writing to express my heartfelt appreciation for the absolutely delightful family vacation package you curated for us in Kerala. From the moment we landed in Coimbatore to our heartfelt farewell at Coimbatore Airport, it was a journey filled with breathtaking beauty, en... Read More
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Reviewed: 26 Feb 2024
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Subhojit Nandan
Reviewed: 01 Apr 2024
5.0/5
Thrillophilia provides excellent service in all aspect and also very budget friendly. Packages were excellent too.
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Tushar Patil
Reviewed: 26 Oct 2023
5.0/5
We have enjoyed our trip fully. Kerala is best place to visit.
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Asmita Sangle
Reviewed: 16 Apr 2023
5.0/5
I personally want to thank Aman for planning the Itinerary and our accommodation,  Indranil our POC for assisting me throughout the trip and special thanks to the driver Sharath for his excellent driving skills and assisting us with all the sightseeing points and with reasonable shopping areas.
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Sam Chapman
Reviewed: 31 Oct 2023
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 I think we needed more information on the time that it takes to drive to the destinations. We ended up changing our flights so that we didn’t miss the first day and had to cut short our last destination as it was too far to drive back and catch our flight. Having said that the hotels were good and... Read More
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