KERALA 8 DAYS TOUR PACKAGES
The Kerala 8 days tour package is the best way to explore the natural beauty of Kerala. The God’s own country is always happy to welcome you. Take a break from office life and visit Kerala to forget all issues. We all have one life and let’s enjoy some moments. Tours always strengthen the relationships so you can increase your bond with family by Kerala tour package. The energy levels of you and your family will increase.
The destinations in Kerala will reduce the stress level of both you and the family. You can enjoy the beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, house boating etc. with your family and friends. The natural beauty of Kerala can’t be expressed in words. You will be more active in Kerala trips. The culture, traditions, and beauty of Kerala create more memorable experiences in life. So book Kerala 8 days tour package and make it a memorable trip.
Treasures around Kerala
High Ranges And Hill Towns
Kerala has many hills and hill towns as part of the western ghats mountain ranges. This gives these towns a constantly cool atmosphere. Trek up to the misty hills to get an amazing view of the surrounding valleys, thick forests, waterfall, etc. Wayanad and Munnar are the two popular hill stations in Kerala. The cool misty atmosphere attracts tourist all over the year. Munnar is the most loved honeymoon location for its lure and weather. The Eravikulam national park in Munnar shelters a large number of wild and endangered species. Wayanad is rich in wildlife. Most of the district is covered with forests and plantations. You can enjoy various activities like trekking, paragliding, bamboo rafting through rivers, wildlife safari, mountain biking, etc. in both these hill towns.
Beaches And Beach Towns
Kerala has a handful of attractive beaches on the districts on its western side. Kovalam and some other beaches are considered as an alternative to Goa. Kovalam is the most developed beach town in Kerala with three beautiful beaches that lie adjacent to each other. It provides all the facilities for various beach sports and entertainment activities. The resorts in Kovalam arrange Ayurvedic treatments and massages for the tourists at the season time which is the monsoon season. Cherai beach is less crowded compared to Kovalam. It has a long shoreline backed with coconut palms. This beach in Vypeen Island of the Kochi city gives you an amazing view of the sunrise and the sunset. Marari Beach in Alappuzha, the most popular backwater destination, is another attractive beach in God’s own country. Bekkal fort is an ancient fort built near the Bekal beach to protect the town from foreign invaders. This beautiful beach town and the fort is located in Kasargod. Most of the beaches provide activities like surfing, swimming, sunbathing, etc. for tourists.
Alluring Backwaters In Kerala
Kerala is famous for its backwaters and Kettuvallams. Kettuvallams are houseboats made with bamboos and coir. The boats have all the facilities that you’ll get in a hotel room including fully furnished bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, etc. A houseboat trip through the lakes and lagoons in Kerala enjoying the captivating backdrop of nature is a heavenly experience. Alappuzha and Kumarakom are two major backwater destinations here. Alappuzha has over thousands of houseboats taking tourists daily to its outskirts. The town has a large mesh of canals and waterways. Enjoy the cruise admiring the beauty of the bust streets and large lakes. Kumarakom is less crowded compared to Alleppey. Kumarakom is a small village in Kottayam with an amazing landscape filled with lakes, trees, birds, greenery and the villagers. Vembanad Lake in Kumarakom is the largest lake in God’s own country. You can see local, migratory birds and rare species of numerous birds wandering around from the Kumarakom bird sanctuary.
Magnificent Forests And Abundant Wildlife
Kerala has a significant amount of wildlife and forests in the outskirts of few districts on its eastern side of the state. These forests are part of the Western Ghats mountain ranges in Kerala. There are numerous national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, and forest reserves in this range. The Eravikulam national park in Munnar is the largest national park in Kerala. Many species of wild beasts including the endangered mountain goat species Nilgiri Tahr is sheltered in this park. Sholayar forests near the famous Athirapally waterfall is another place for wildlife enthusiasts. A jungle safari in a jeep will give you a closer look at the wildlife and the woods. Thekkady is the important destination for all the tourists who want to explore wildlife the most. Here you can find a large number of diverse species of wild beasts, birds, trees, plants, etc. inside the dense forest. You can explore the Periyar wildlife sanctuary in Thekkady to watch the wildlife from closer. And go for boating in the Thekkady Lake and you can see the animals wandering through the forests in their natural habitat.