Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

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Kerala is a honeymoon paradise with number of romantic places. Beaches, Backwaters and Hill stations are the best places for honeymoon in Kerala. Some of the best places for honeymoon in Kerala are Munnar, Wayanad, Kovalam, Thekkady, Poovar Island, Alleppey.
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As a famous honeymoon destination, Kerala have number of resorts and hotels for every budget. Some of the best honeymoon resorts in Kerala are – Wayanad Silverwoods, Kerala , Tea Valley Resort, Blackberry Hills Retreat & Spa, Kumarakom Lake Resort, Club Mahindra Munnar, Citrus Thekkady Wild Corridor, The Zuri Kumarakom.
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You need to have valid passport with you and a tourist visa which is valid for 6 months. The duration of tourist visa depends upon your nationality. There is also visa on arrival facility for Japan, Vietnam, Myanmar, Singapore, Finland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Laos and Indonesia in Kerala.
Some best romantic getaways from Kerala are – Kodaikanal, Coorg, Lakshadweep Islands, Coimbatore, Pollachi, Ooty.

There are number of things couples can do on Kerala honeymoon. Some of the must do things are : Alleppey Houseboat Tour on Backwaters, Visit Munnar Hill Station, Beaches like Kovalam and Varkala Beach, Visit Athirapally Falls , Wildlife at Periyar National Park.

Kerala is well connected by air and road with rest of the country. There are 3 International Airport in Kerala – Cochin International Airport, Trivandrum International Airport and Kozhikode International Airport . Trains Connects Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and many other destinations in South India. Number of National Highways like NH 66 , NH 544 , NH 766 , NH 85 , NH 183 , NH 744 , NH 966 also pass through Kerala.
Kerala is a safe destination as compared to rest of the country. Pick Pockets can be found in crowded places, festivals, buses. To be safe is up to your safety measures like don’t talk to strangers who you find suspicious and if you find any suspicious thing you can report it to police station. Avoid using local guides as these days there are number of cases with fake guides.

November to March is considered as the best time to visit Kerala.

  • Winters in Kerala : Winter Season in Kerala generally start from the end of November till February. Hill stations have the lowest temperature during winters in Kerala while other parts near to the sea have higher temperature in Kerala. The temperature in hilly areas may drop as low as 10 degree.
  • Summers in Kerala : Summers in Kerala starts from March to May. Summers are not that hot as compared to other states and temperature do not rise more than 40 degree Celsius. Hilly areas remains pleasant. Low rainfall may be experienced in some parts of the state.
  • Monsoon in Kerala : Monsoon in Kerala is a long period since it is visited by two monsoon winds one from South west monsoon and other from North East Monsoon. Monsoon Generally starts from June to November and experiences about 2250 – 2500 mm of rain.
Kerala is a culturally rich state which offers number of Souvenirs items to buy. There are number of different items that reflects the culture and history of the state. One can also buy the famous spices and tea from Kerala. Souvenirs can be bought from private shops or from state owned shops. Kerala sarees are also very famous item to buy.
Weather in Kerala is generally hot and humid so it is recommended that you pack loose cotton clothes and a pair of sandals. Many sun protection items can also be packed. Do carry an umbrella as it may rain in Kerala.
Kerala is a heaven for sea foods. Kerala is known for its spicy and flavor rich foods. You can enjoy other vegetarian dishes also which have an amazing list of items in it. Kerala food is considered as one of the most healthiest foods in the world.
Malayalam is the native language of Kerala. While English is also widely spoken in the state. Most of the people can understand English and many can speak it fluently too. Other common languages spoken here are Hindi, Tamil, Kannada.
Kerala backwaters are the group of number of canals and lakes which are located in Alleppey, Kollam, Kottayam region of the Kerala. It works as the major transport facility for people living in those areas. Alleppey and Kollam are the most famous backwaters region of the Kerala. Houseboat cruising in these backwaters are the most famous thing to do in Kerala. Apart from boathouses there are number of boat races held in these backwaters. Kerala backwaters in a must visit destination in Kerala.

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