Be there and Do these on your Kerala honeymoon

Kerala can be the most romantic place to visit in India. You will be totally amazed at the romantic hills and valleys and the sunset points in Kerala that make it the best destination for romantic escapades. That’s why Kerala tour packages from Surat are very much in vogue all through the year. There’s so much to see and enjoy in Kerala that you may get confused as to plan the places to visit and what you must not miss while there. Here’s a guide to where to tour in Kerala and what not to miss there!




Everywhere you turn around will look very beautiful in Munnar. The plantations and estates that sprawl across hills and valleys look picturesque. The pleasantly cool climate and the intermittent rains make the ambiance more romantic. The misty mountains are the perfect escapade from the concrete jungles that are always busy and crowded. The waterfalls that produce electricity and rainbows any time of the day are too good to be resisted even on a rainy day. The crystalline dew drops that form on the tender tea leaves capture a miniature rainbow inside it. While the city area bustles with the tourists during the peak seasons, the remotely located tea estates and other plantations offer a serene atmosphere and killer views of nature during your best Kerala honeymoon packages. These are the calmer places where you can fuse with nature and fall in love with each other.


What to do:

Plantation Tours

Walk / cycle through the tea estate

Enjoy the sunset from on top of a hill

Visit the viewpoints

Visit the dams and waterfalls

Enjoy Boating

Visit the tea museum.



Allepey is a beautiful town but totally different from Munnar. The town is connected closely with networks of water channels and backwaters. One side of Allepey is the pristine beach and the other side has a wide network of water channels that offer a unique experience to the tourists. Houseboat tourism and handicrafts shopping are the most interesting activities enjoyed by the tourists visiting Allepey. While monsoons are the best time to visit Kerala, it can get a little dangerous too in the houseboats as there’s heavy undercurrents during this season. The best way to enjoy Allepey is to hire a traditional houseboat and spend a day and night on it, floating through the backwaters by the day.


What to do:

Houseboat cruise

Enjoy a live performance of Kathakali or Mohiniyattom on the houseboat

Beach visit

Visit the museum

Buy handicraft especially made of coir, jute and coconut shells



Poovaar is also famous for the backwater cruises during the best honeymoon packages in Kerala. But what makes it more beautiful is the confluence of the river and the sea which is visible from the Poovar Island resorts. It is a perfect place to unwind as you are far away from the city’s noise and crowd even though you are only a few kilometres away! Poovar is an integral part of Trivandrum city and there are many resorts here that offer premium holiday tour experience to the tourists.


What to do:

Trivandrum city tour

Trivandrum heritage tour

Visit the Veli tourism village

Visit the beaches

Kovalam is another hour’s drive from here

Ponmudi is also close to Trivandrum



Thekkady is Kerala’s answer to wilderness. The place is famous for the enchanting forests and the tiger reserve. Thekkady’s Periyar Tiger Reserve attracts quite a few tourists to these enchanting forests all through the year. The only matter that concerns most of the tourists is that there are leeches and mosquitoes in abundance here and they may feast on your blood!


What to do:

Boating at Periyar Reserve

Explore the tiger trails on trekking

Explore the spice plantations and estates

Jungle safari on elephant or jeep

Shop fresh spices



Kozhikode used to be known as the Zamorin’s land. It is an important part of India’s history as the famous explorer Vasco da Gama landed on the Kappad beach which opened up a new sea route to India from the Western countries and Europe. Kozhikode too is a great place for the best Kerala honeymoon tour packages with some of the most beautiful beaches, a calm and quiet hill station, some ravishing waterfalls and the most invigorating cuisine. Even though all through Kerala, the seafood and the flavours of fresh spices in coconut make every dish exotic, when you reach Kozhikode, these flavours seem to explode in abundance. The typical Muslim cuisine that combines the spices and the richness of coconuts and cashews create magic. It is a busy city where you can enjoy the best of Kerala without missing any luxury or conveniences.


What to do:

Eat a lot! Buy, eat and stock Chips, Halwa and a variety of snacks, sweets and savouries

Visit the pristine beaches

Enjoy a backwater cruise

Visit the malls

Explore the possibilities of witnessing live Ghazal

Indulge in Ayurveda massages and treatments



The Queen of Arabian Sea is indeed very flamboyant. She entertains the guests with such curiosity that everyone who comes here falls in love with her. Be it the beautiful beaches of Fort Kochi and Cherai or the romantic sunset at the Marine Drive, Kochi will mesmerize everyone alike. Visit the forts and churches of the bygone era and the ultra modern malls and amusement parks within a few kilometres’ range only in Kochi. The outskirts are equally enthralling as soon they also will become as important as the city. Enjoy the backwaters, nature, handicrafts, fishing and the metropolitan ambiance of Kochi that remains a close contestant to become the next metro city.


What to do:

Visit the malls

Visit the heritage spots

Enjoy the sunset at the Marine Drive

Enjoy the cuisine

Visit the amusement park

Explore more options for shopping


These are some amazing places where you can explore much more than nature and luxury. These are complete holiday destinations that can make your holidays the most exotic and cherished ones.