Kerala Honeymoon Packages
Golden beaches, magical backwaters, refreshing hill stations, rejuvenating ayurveda, exotic art forms, colourful festivals, delightful cuisine...Kerala is renowned the world over for its diverse and unique attractions.
Kerala offers unmatching experiences and great destinatons for honeymooners. Have a look at the these destinations and experiences that we recommend for your honeymoon trip.
Most of India's finest beaches are in Kerala. For virtually its Entire 600 km length, the Kerala coast is lined with sandy beaches, rocky promontories and coconut palms. Each year, an impressive number of visitors arrive here in search of the tranquil, palm-fringed beaches.
Internationally renowned, this seaside destination comprises three adjacent crescent-shaped beaches, of which the southernmost, known as the Lighthouse Beach, is the most popular. Kovalam offers a variety of activities including snorkelling, catamaran ridges, sunset viewing, cycling on the beach etc
(8km south of Kovalam) Pristine and serene, this fishing hamlet is an unending stretch of white, sandy beaches.
(12km south of Kovalam) An isolated but spectacular beach, Poovar is situated close to the Neyyar River estuary. A trading port in its early days is today an important tourist destination.
The backwaters of Kerala-meandering inland lakes networked by canals-stretch to over 900 km. Boat trips across these tranquil stretches are an experience unique to Kerala. Large kettuvalloms (traditional country crafts over 60 ft. in length) have been converted into luxury houseboats for these cruises.
One of the oldest ports in the State, Kollam is where the magnificent network of waterways begins. From the famous Ashtamudi Lake a 130 km long system of interlinked canals and lakes winds all the way to the north. The eight-hour trip from here to Alappzuha is the longest backwater cruise in Kerala.
Referred to as the Venice of the East, this backwater country with its vast network of lakes, lagoons and freshwater rivers is immensely beautiful. Venue for the world-renowned snake boat races, Alappuzha is also famous for its marine products and coir industry.
10 km from Kottayam Nestled among lush paddy fields, highlands and extensive rubber plantations is Kumarkom, one of the most popular and most beautiful backwater stretches of Kerala. An exotic picnic spot, Kumarakom provides boating, fishing and sightseeing experiences that are truly exhilarating. An exclusive attraction here is the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
Lying on the windward side of the Western Ghats, Kerala has a long chain of lush, mist-clad hill stations that are home to exotic wildlife. The hill resorts in Kerala offer the most magical experience of nature in all its virgin beauty.
Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams, 1600m above sea level, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town.
The highest point in Munnar-Kodaikanal road is Top Station. The Mattupetty Lake and Dam, the sprawling Kundala tea plantations and the Kundala Lake are other attractions in the vicinity.
A virgin terrain marked by extensive stretches of sub-tropical savannahs, picturesque hill stations and sprawling spice plantations, Wayanad captures all that is wild and wonderful. While exotic Vythiri can be best experienced by staying in tree houses, one can see the very first prehistoric engravings in Kerala at Edakkal caves.
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