Kerala is one of India’s top tourist destination. It is known as God’s Own Country. From the vast beaches to the backwaters, every part of Kerala is beautiful and at the same time peaceful. Deciding to visit this state is not a tough one, but what all to do there and where all to go becomes a decision that needs a lot of research and guidance to make it the best experience for a first time kerala visitor. Click here.
What to pack
Raincoat or umbrella.
Sunscreen or mosquito repellent.
namaskaaram – Hello
engngane irikkunnu – How are you
hum – Fine.
valiya upakaaramaayi – Thank you
aa – Yes.
suprabhaatham – Good morning
Subha/nalla raathri – Good night
nandi – Thank you
kshamikkaNam – Sorry
Regular autos and private cabs are available in the city for tourist purposes.
Autos and Cabs can be a little costlier than expected.
Government buses for long distance is preferred.
Top 3 places not to be missed in Kerala
Alleppey (Venice of India)
- Kayaking in Backwaters
- Statue of Karumadikuttan
Best months to Visit: Jan – Mar; Sept – Dec
Nearest Airport: Kochi Airport (COK) at a distance of 51 Kms
- Eravikulam National Park
- Chokramudi trekking
- Chinnar Wild Life Sanctuary
- Idukki Arch Dam
Best months to Visit: All round the year
Nearest Airport: Kochi Airport (COK) at a distance of 110 Kms
Munnar Weather: Pleasant to Cold
- Wildlife Sanctuary
- Kadathanadan Kalari Centre (a centre for the world-known martial art Kalari)
- Mangala Devi Temple.
Best months to Visit: Oct – June
Nearest Railway Station: Kottayam at a distance of 114 Kms
Thekkady Weather: Mostly Pleasant
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