Kerala first time – How can you plan your journey?

 Kerala first time – How can you plan your journey?

Kerala is the most welcoming celebration of history , heritage, art and culture. In a day or two, you can’t see Kerala; you better spend a couple of days exploring the beautiful shoreline. It has beautiful mountain resorts and tea groves, shrines for animals, backwaters and beaches on average a 3 hours drive from one another. Do not hurry in a very short time, in an effort to embrace all sights and experiences. Plan an itinerary before you arrive or you know at least where you are going to go, and what you want to do and see.

A Trip to Kerala

If you visit Kerala for the first time, we will help you to plan your trip. Here is a tour plan that covers Kochi (Cochin), Munnar, Thekkady, Alappuzha (Alleppey), and Kovalam, the most popular tourist destinations. You can adjust it to comfort.

Kochi

The destination is the most famous of all tourists visiting Kerala and Kochi is still Kerala’s most international airports. You can spend a few days, but when time is a restriction, it’s okay to have a day or half-day trip around the city. Places to visit are Fort Cochin, renowned for its Jewish Synagogue, the Dutch Palace (Mattancherry Palace), St. Francis Church, Santacruz Basilica, Jain Temple, and China’s fishery networks, which are a major attraction.

If you’re at a budget hotel in the heart of Fort Kochi, ABAD in Chullickal and Pepper Route would be the best choice. Near to the beach of Fort Kochi, ABAD Dutch Bungalow is the perfect choice for guests who are interested in staying at a historic 375-year-old hotel.

If you want to stay in Kochi all day, we recommend that you spend the night in town. The three properties of Abad Hotels and Resorts are on the MG Road, 30 km away from the airport. When in Kochi, there are some things to remember. The first is that most hotels have noon check-in time. Remember, or if you check in earlier, you will eventually be paid for an extra day.

However, if hotels are aware of your arrival in advance, they make concessions. You have to know that many of Kochi ‘s destinations pass through the Ghats – a hilly terrain that is steep, foggy and difficult to drive. Plan your journey to the Ghats while the sun is still going down.

Munnar

Munnar is approximately 130 kilometres from Kochi and is panoramic by driving the Ghats, which takes an average of 3-4 hours. Munnar ‘s landscape is renowned for: dull green hills, plantations for coffee and tea, waterfalls. Plan a two night stay in the central Abad Copper Castle with modern amenities. Have an early breakfast and start your tour, so you have enough time to see it all. There are plenty of possibilities for you to buy organic products , especially spices. Don’t miss a visit to the Eravikulam National Park and the Tea Museum.

Thekkady

The kady is known for its eco-tourism and its adventure activities as well as for their name Periyar or Kumily. You can walk into the depths of the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary (of course escorted), walk around the size of the Periyar Lake and discover the countryside of a bamboo raft. You will also be able to visit spice and tea plantations, safaris jeep, nature walking and evening patrols near elephants. Govt regulates most activities, and each event is subject to a fee.

Plan a 2 night stay in Thekkady in the Abad Green Forest Resort. They have excellent options for accommodation that keep the jungle theme in tune.

Alappuzha

Alappuzha or Alleppey is a place where you can sail on the backwaters in a houseboat. A houseboat stay is a houseboat experience. A 5-6 hour cruise or longer night stay is available. The latter is completed with a comfortable cabin, a hot shower, Wi-Fi and a / c and meals on board. Cruises in the houseboats begin at midday and last until nine in the morning when planning your trip. Two day cruises start sailing at midnight and end at half past five in the evening at midnight. The package includes lunch and tea / coffee snacks.

Kovalam

On the stay in Kerala, Kovalam can be your final destination. Its beaches are well known and an excellent place to relax and relax. Allow Kovalam to be your base while exploring the sights. From here, you can go to the Southern tip of India, Kanyakumari, for a day trip. You can visit the temple of Padmanabha Swami, the Temple of Napier, and the zoo on your way to Kovalam.

A stone’s throw from the beaches is Abad Harmonia and it is highly recommended. At all Abad hotels and resorts, you can expect excellent service. Instead of Kochi, you can start your vacation in Kovalam and arrive at the International Airport of Thiruvananthapuram.

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