4 Nights 5 Days
English, Kannada, Malayalam
Kerala is drenched by the rain-bearing south west monsoon germinating from Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean to avoid being caught in the rain, you must pack an umbrella/rain coat and enjoy the city. Umbrellas are also useful to beat Kerala’s scorching heat.
Kerala faces intense heat throughout the year. In order to roam around the state unperturbed, it is suggested that you wear comfortable loose flowing cotton garments.
Because Kerala is geographically located on the coast it is only obvious to assume you will visit at least 2 beaches in your trip.Flip flops are the best footwear in that case.
Sunscreens with SPF 30-70 not only protect you from tanning, but also shield you from injurious sun rays.
The heat of Kerala is synonymous with heat strokes. A good idea in this case is to carry a first aid kit with a few essential medicines and things like band-aids to be equipped with any unforeseen events.
Sometimes, long journeys may leave you dizzy and zapped. Having a few candies in hand will help you fight the uneasy feeling.
Carrying water bottles is a must while travelling. It will help you avert dehydration considering the hot weather of Kerala.
Having a portable charger is a great idea when you are exploring a new city as it will give you a longer duration of time to listen to music or make videos or surf the net hassle-free.
Having a camera is a must as it will give you high-quality pictures and sweet reminiscences to take back home when you relive the memories of this city.
Having a local map of the city will help you explore the major landmarks of the city without getting lost or missing out on anything.
Ditch small bags and carry totes so that you can comfortably place the souvenirs that you buy for your family/friends in your bag instead of losing them.
Well known for spicy versions of non vegetarian dishes Chicken, Meat and Fish (Molly fish and Karimeen Pollichathu Fish).
Vegetarian people can try veggie delicacies made with coconut and bananas (Kerala’s Puttu-Kadala and Appam-Ishtu).
Don’t forget to try Palada, Payasam and Halwa,/b> which are special desserts of Kerala.
Scenic natural beauty
Densely forested mountain ranges
Deciduous, semi-deciduous jungles that are home to some rare flora, fauna and wildlife species.
Aroma Oils: You can buy in Thekkady, Kumily or Kochi (Spices Board outlet).
<Aranmula Kannadi (Mirror) This mirror is crafted of metal, not glass!
Coconut Coir Products, Banana Chips and Cashew Nuts: You can buy at local stalls, especially in and around Fort Kochi.
Kasavu Mundu, Kasavu Neryathu: This is a pure cotton Saree with a gold border traditionally worn by women as a saree and men as a mundu (formal Dhoti).
You can buy in local as well as branded outlets all over Kerala. There is also some government. licensed Kerala Tourism outlets where you can get stuff.