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1. Which is the best season to visit Kerala?

Answer: The best season to visit Kerala is between September to March. During winter you will feel a comfortable climate and pleasant weather with low humidity. Winter is the perfect season to explore Kerala's lagoon, calm canals and spicy plantations. People prefer monsoon season from June to August for Ayurvedic treatment. Peak Season - (October-February) Temperatures range between 10 ° C to 25 ° C, Shoulder season - March to May The temperature varies between 29 ° C to 40 ° C. Low Season - June to September The temperature ranges between 29 ° C to 35 ° C.

2. From which places can we shop during our Kerala trip?

Answer: Here is the top shipping location of Kerala Kochi's spice market Mattupetty Dam Bazaar, Munnar Mattancherry Spice Market, Cochin Kovalam Fish Market Munnar's local town market Sarwar Bazar, Trivandrum Broadway Street Market, Kochi Center Square Mall, Cochin Konimara Market, Trivandrum Lulu Mall, Kochi

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3. How many minimum days are required to explore Kerala?

Answer: 4 days is enough to see the best tourist destinations in Kerala like Munnar, Thekkady and Alleppey For delightful family trips, 8 to 9 days are sufficient and 4 nights for honeymoon couples and 5 days are sufficient for romantic tours. If you want to try the famous adventure activities and some offbeat places then you can extend this trip for 2 or 3 days.

5. Which is the nearest airport to Kerala?

Kerala has three major airports. Cochin International Airport Limited, Nedumbassery - CIAL (IATA: COK) Trivandrum International Airport, Valkakkadavu (IATA: TRV) Calicut International Airport, Karipur (IATA: CCJ)

In which Cochin International Airport Limited is most active and well connected with all major cities of India and regular flight services.

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6. Which is the nearest railway station in Kerala?

The Kerala railway network is very active with frequent trains connecting the state with major cities in India. The major railway junctions of Kerala are Trivandrum Central (TVC), Ernakulam South / Junction (ERS), Shoranur Junction (SRR)

7. What is the local food of Kerala?

Answer: Kerala is called the spice bowl of India. This delicious food is particularly noted for its rich heritage of seafood. The non-vegetarian dish is known for its spicy versions of chicken, meat and fish ('molly' fish and ime caramen polychthu 'fish). Vegetarian people can try veggie dishes with coconut and banana ('Puttu-Kadala' and 'Appam-ishtu' from Kerala). Don't forget to try Palada Payasam and Halwa, which are special desserts of Kerala.

8. What is Kerala famous for?

Answer: Kerala is known for its scenic natural beauty, tourist attractions, heritage sites, exotic beaches, backwaters, houseboat rides, densely forested mountain ranges, deciduous semi-deciduous forests that are home to some rare, plant life wildlife species Huh.

9. What kind of tour providers are there in Kerala?

Answer: Kerala Hill Station Tourism Kerala Beach Tourism Backwater tourism Kerala Culture Tourism Kerala Home Stay Tourism Kerala Medical Tourism Kerala Adventure Tourism Kerala Sustainable Tourism

10. What are the Do's and Don'ts while visiting Kerala?

Do's: Take to tourist map Do some prior research While traveling, carry mineral water Pack clothes that dry easily during monsoon Pre-booking to get the best deals. Have a good quality camera with tripod and extra lens If Munnar and Thekade are in your package then carry light woolen clothes and sports shoes Take necessary safety measures for trekking and rafting. Interact before renting a houseboat and check the status of the houseboat before taking a ride Always include breakfast in your hotel package. Take off shoes and slippers, shoes on the head and leather items while going to any religious place.

Dont's: Do not wear shoes in holy areas Do not carry heavy luggage with you during sightseeing Do not carry heavy woolen clothes Avoid traveling in Munnar and Thekkady after 7 pm due to fog and wild animals, do not take pictures in restricted areas Do not include lunch and dinner in your hotel package that will give you a higher price Do not enter anyone's home during a visit to a local village.

11. Is it safe to travel alone in Kerala?

Answer: Kerala It is safe to travel alone in Kerala anywhere during the day, but avoid traveling alone during the night due to the possibility of pick-pocketing etc. and do not walk on the roads alone at night.