Recommended Top 10 Honeymoon Beaches in Kerala

Honeymoon tours Kerala1) Kovalam is famous for its beaches, amount the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. It is also one of the oldest tourist enclaves in India, which is known among tourist circuit right in 1930s. Kovalam shot into limelight in the early 70’s with arrivals of the masses of hippies. That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in India. kerala honeymoon packages
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2) Varkala is the only place in southern Kerala where Cliffs are found adjacent to the Arabian Sea, and it is the perfect place for Honeymooners. The long sandy stretch of beach that runs a couple of kilometers presents an irresistible view. Varkala is also known for its natural therapy Centre. Varkala is a coastal town and municipality in Thiruvananthapuram district situated in the Indian state of Kerala. It is the suburban town of Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum city). It is located 50 kilometers (approx. 32 miles) north-west of Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) and 37 km south-west of Kollam city. kerala honeymoon packages
Honeymoon Tours Kerala3) Kollam Beach is also known as Mahatma Gandhi Beach, is a beautiful beach at Kollam city in the Indian state of Kerala. The beach also has a park of international standard. The Mahatma Gandhi Park was inaugurated on January 1, 1961 by the then Vice President of India, Zakir Hussein. Kollam beach is one among the few beaches in Kerala with an outpost of lifeguards. Lifeguards are there in the beach from 2005 onwards. Currently Kovalam, Varkala and Kollam are the only beaches in south Kerala with lifeguard outposts. kerala honeymoon packages
Kerala Honeymoon Tours4) Alleppey Beach is located few hours off at the lovely beach is an exhilarating experience you should not miss. Along the sandy stretch one can find sea piers that are over a hundred years old. There is also a huge light houses in the beach. The amazing Vijaya Beach Park and the Sea View Park are other attractions in close vicinity. kerala honeymoon packages

10504953_255285401332963_3312248689724915878_o5) Fort Cochin Beach is located in Cochin. Along the beach, one can find the famous fishing nets lined up. These nets are replica of those used during the times of Chinese ruler Kublai Khan. Kochi is the only place in India that you can spot these. Fort Cochin also covers major sightseeing locations including Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, Mattancherry Palace etc. kerala honeymoon packages
Honeymoon Tours Kerala6) Cherai Beach is a picturesque beach, located on the north-end of the Vypeen Island is ideal for swimming. Lined with luscious green coconut groves and paddy fields, this sandy beach is a unique combination of the sea and the backwaters, studded with seashells of various hues and shapes. Dolphins are occasionally seen here. Thick coconut groves and Chinese fishing nets on the waterfront are added attractions. kerala honeymoon packages

Kerala Honeymoon Tours7) Padinjarekkara Beach is one of its kind in Kerala. More than the beautiful sandy stretch, the place is noted for another stunning view from the site. Standing by the shore one gets to observe the remarkable spectacle of the confluence of three water bodies – The Bharathapuzha and The Tirurpuzha and The Arabian sea. About February-April, the place is a paradise for bird-watchers and ornithologists. Quite a lot of migratory birds flock the area around the beach. kerala honeymoon packages

Honeymoon Tours Kerala8) Calicut Beach is the pride of the city with a long serene stretch of sandy beach. The more popular section of the beach is lined with a particular kind of pine tree that makes it a much-preferred hang out even in summer and early afternoons. The area is also studded with many carts that sell groundnuts and other snacks. The several ice cream parlours nearby and adjacent Lions Park makes Calicut beach a favorite spot to spend an evening with family. Partly into the sea and partly on sand stays two 125 years old sea piers that were once extensively used as tracks for cranes. There is another much calmer expanse of the beach towards ‘Kaampuram’ side. Numerous fishermen’s huts line the beach and one can spot many traditionally built rowing boats on the sandy stretch. kerala honeymoon packages

Honeymoon Tours Kerala 9) Payyambalam Beach has the long stretch coastline with its golden sand is the one of the most serene getaways in the crown of Kerala (Kannur). Laterite rocks paint a lovely orange backdrop on one side of this beach. Very close to the sea is a park that also has a section particularly designed for children. The many figurines erected in the area, especially the colossal sculpture of ‘a mother and a child’ are breathtaking pieces of art.
At a short distance from the beach are the Payyambalam canal and a well-furnished guest house. Lazy strolls along the canal, pleasant boat rides in its waters and captivating sights of the sunset are among other things that the place has to offer. kerala honeymoon packages

Honeymoon Tours Kerala10) Muzhuppilangad Beach has a 4.5 kms long stretch along the northern Kerala coast, has earned its fame not just because of its beauty, but also because of its unique feature. This is the only drive-in beach in the state. The sea here is relatively shallow, and there is a children’s park just along the shore; making Muzhuppilangad beach one of the best location to chill out with family. Gorgeous little huts have been built by the beach for those who wish to stay longer. Go for a relaxing swim in the cool water, feel the wind on your face and breathe in fresh air as you sit on the rocks, or enjoy the sun working a tan on you. [contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]

20 reasons to visit Kerala, God’s Own Country….



20 Things You Could Do in Kerala….

1. Savour a sadya
A sadya is a typically vegetarian meal, which consists of boiled rice and 10-12 dishes, followed with 2-3 desserts, mostly served at weddings, festivals or special occasions.
Must try — Payasam (Dessert).

2. Attend a Boat Race
Boat races are normally held during the Onam festival time (August/September). Long boats approximately 100 feet long and manned by over 100 rowers take part in the race cheered by thousands of spectators. The thrill is contagious. You could hop on to one of them and row beyond the finishing line.

3. Stay in a Houseboat
Houseboats are giant country crafts luxuriously decorated and furnished. It usually consists of 1 or 2 bath-attached bedrooms, an open lounge, deck kitchenette and a crew consisting of oarsmen, a cook and a guide. Boathouses float on the backwaters and give an opportunity to enjoy the scenic beauty along the banks. A night out on the placid waters under the wide and starry skies has few parallels in the whole world.

4. Attend Kathakali
Kathakali is a dance form in which actors do not speak but enact dialogues, sung by singers in the background. The emphasis is on facial expressions. Mudras or hand signs too have significance. Kathakali actors excel in the presentation of the most beautiful and most violent scenes with equal skill. The whole face of the artist is painted and it appears as though he is wearing a mask. Performed in front of lighted oil lamps in traditional theatres this sophisticated art form takes you to the hoary past of the epics.

5. Wear a Mundu / Kasavu Neriyadu
Mundu is a traditional Kerala dress, which is worn on festivals, for marriages and to temples. It is made from an off-white fabric with an elegant gold border. Men should try wearing the Mundu and women the Kasavu Neriyadu. The deceptively simple tuck is really worth a try. It surprises all those who cannot imagine a dress without belt, buckle or button. Enjoy the freedom, comfort and aesthetics of this simple attire.

6. Watch Kalaripayattu
Kalaripayattu is believed by most historians and scholars to be one of the oldest and most scientific systems of martial training existing in the world. Many of the traditional art forms of Kerala have drawn elements from Kalaripayattu at the evolution stage. Watching Kalaripayattu will definitely be an interesting experience. Vigour and elegance seldom combine in such perfect manner.

7. Get an Ayurvedic massage
The term Ayurveda denotes ‘the science of life’. Ayurveda is a system of teaching to achieve perfect health-both physical and mental and to attain the bliss of real life. Must try-an Ayurvedic massage to soothe your aching muscles and feel rejuvenated. The secrets of an ancient science are yours for the asking.

8. Watch the sunset
Relax and watch the sunset at the beach along side the Chinese fishing nets in Cochin. Similar views are possible from the backwaters or any other beach side in Kerala-a truly picturesque and memorable experience. Watch the birds flying to their distant homes. Catch a glimpse of the sun setting behind the palm leaves. Listen to the ceaseless sighs of the breeze and the sobs of the waves. Behold the pageantry of the protean clouds. Discover the poet in you.

9. Shop at a local market
It would be an interesting experience to see the wide variety of vegetables, fruits, fish, flowers snacks and knick-knacks that are sold by eager vendors. Observe how people bargain while shopping. Share the simple joys of the give and take of life in an unfamiliar yet charming setting.

10. Stay in a tree house
A tree house is a cozy little house on top of a tree with picturesque views. Relish the chance to enjoy the sparkling air and the unique flora and fauna from a vantage point. From the secure perch savour the night sounds of a tropical forest.

11. Take an Elephant ride
This is possible at the Periyar wildlife sanctuary where you can take a tour through the jungle on elephant back. A mahout will guide you through. Feel how Maharajahs felt high and mighty riding into the midst of their admiring subjects.

12. Walk through a paddy field
Take a walk along the narrow dyke through lolling, green paddy fields, a chance to take in the fresh, clean air-an unforgettable experience. Do not forget to feel the slender shoots. Their softness lingers long in your fingertips just as the fragrance and the hues of the field flowers fill your mind forever. A trip in the early morning mist through the paddy fields can give you a feel of the bliss of the dawn of creation.

13. Taste Toddy and Karimeen fry
Make sure you try kallu (sweet toddy extracted from coconut palm) and taste Karimeen (carp) fry and a spicy chutney or pickle. The brew is as inebriating as the fish is delicious.

14. Shop for spices and an Aranmula mirror
Make sure you shop for fresh spices and an Aranmula Kannadi (mirror)-this is a special mirror made from four metals copper, silver, lead and bronze. In the past only the royal family owned this mirror. These are very rare mirrors and only 2 master craftsman and their families still make them.

15. Wake up to the smell of delicious breakfast
Make sure to try as many different items as you can from the wide spread. Must try Puttu kadala, Idiappam stew, Appam and chicken curry or vegetable stew.

16. Watch the fishermen go out to the sea
It is interesting to watch the fishermen go out to the sea with their fishing nets in their small boats and to see them return with their catch. Do watch how they transact business by the seashore. See how man harnesses the bounties of nature.

17. Have tea at a Thattukada
Thattukada is a small roadside teashop, which serves tea and snacks. The most interesting thing to watch is how the tea is made and poured into the glasses.

18. Taste the different varities of bananas
Try the red, green and yellow varieties – Also try the milkshakes and snacks made from each of the different types of banana. While in Kerala you could become an addict of banana chips.

19. Collect Antiques
The Jew Street in Fort Kochi is famous for its display of antiques. Elaborately carved pens, ornamental brass latches and antique jewelry are some of the things you could pick up.

20. Take a boat ride through the backwaters
This is a relaxing experience as the boat takes you along the narrow canals and beautiful villages. You get an opportunity to see local people engaged in fishing, duck rearing and shell collection. You may also see the traditional toddy makers at work on the coconut palms.

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It’s time to pack your bags leaving the bookings to Honeymoon Tours Kerala. We cater last minute requirements & get you the confirmation in 48hrs.  Many reasons to choose Kerala as your holiday destination as there are many events too happening this December. kerala honeymoon packages

An event for this month:

Sargaalaya Kerala Arts and Crafts Village, Iringal is designed as an initiative to put traditional arts & crafts on the tourism trail. Sargaalaya is organizing All India Arts & Crafts Festival – “Sargolsav-2014” at Crafts Village, Iringal during 20th to 30th December. Handicrafts Expo and variety of cultural programs are organized as a part of this festival. Participants include maestros, National Awardees, State Awardees from all over India along with the team of artisans permanently working here. Mr. A.P. Anilkumar, Hon. Minister for Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes & Tourism, will inaugurate the festival on 20th December 2014, 6.00 pm IST at Sargaalaya Kerala Arts & Crafts Village, Iringal. Mr. K.Dasan, MLA will preside over the function.

Sargaalaya has organized three editions of Sargolsav during the past three years and the response from the Public and Artisans community for the same has been very encouraging. This year the festival is organized on larger scale and more than 2 lakh people are expected to visit the village during this period.

Sargaalaya Kerala Arts & Crafts Village is included as one of the 12 ways to touch the soul of Kerala-God’s Own Country by the Kerala Tourism. (God’s Dozen – a booklet brought out by the Dept. of Tourism, Govt. of Kerala). kerala honeymoon packages

“Sargolsav-2014” is an endeavour of Sargaalaya to augment uplifting traditional artisans and preservation of rich craft heritage. Handicrafts Pavilion, Art Pavilion, Art & Craft Competition for Children, Cultural Programs by team of artists from various states of India sponsored by South Zone Cultural Centre-Thanjavur, Kerala Food Fest, Amusement Rides and Boating will be the main highlights of the festival. kerala honeymoon packages

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Why Kerala is known as God’s Own Country?


Why Kerala is known as “God’s Own Country”? With the Arabian Sea in the west, the Western Ghats towering 500-2700m in the east and networked by 44 rivers, Kerala enjoys unique geographical features that have made it one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia. An equable climate. A long shoreline with serene beaches. Tranquil stretches of emerald backwaters. Lush hill stations and exotic wildlife. Waterfalls. Sprawling plantations and paddy fields. Ayurvedic health holidays. Enchanting art forms. Magical festivals. Historic and cultural monuments. An exotic cuisine… All of which offer you a unique experience. And what’s more, each of these charming destinations is only a two hour drive from the other – a singular advantage no other destination offers. Honeymoon Tours Kerala, one of the leading promoters for Kerala Tourism since 2007, provides first grade opportunities and unmatched services to explore Kerala. It’s not just Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages we deal with, as our brand name say so, we cater all kind of requirements for Kerala with an expertise in handling honeymooners. We provide Kerala Tour Packages, Kerala Honeymoon Vacations, Kerala Houseboat Holidays, Kerala Ayurveda Holidays, Kerala Beach Tours at attractive rates without compromising the quality of services. Request all travelers to compare our rates after taking a quote from your local tour operator, whenever you plan to visit Kerala, God’s Own Country. For more details, visit our website,

Why not a vacation in Kerala – God’s Own Country?


Why not a vacation in Kerala, God’s Own Country?

Travelers consider Kerala as an expensive destination when compared to many other tourist spots. Very little knew the fact, as some of the hotels in Kerala are expensive. It’s the location one should look at, not just the hotel category. There are different category of hotels and resorts available at each location and hence one can choose it per his travel budget. There are many hotels in Kerala under 4 star category providing 5 star facilities, rates would be cheaper when compared to 5 star. Kerala is so expensive during December & January every year and would be low between April & September every year. We recommend our customers to travel during this period if they can plan it accordingly. Honeymoon Tours Kerala, one of the leading promoters for Kerala Tourism since 2007, provides first grade opportunities and unmatched services to explore Kerala. It’s not just Kerala Honeymoon Tour Packages we deal with, as our brand name say so, we cater all kind of requirements for Kerala with an expertise in handling honeymooners. We provide Kerala Tour Packages, Kerala Honeymoon Vacations, Kerala Ayurveda Holidays, Kerala Houseboat Holidays, Kerala Beach Tours at attractive rates without compromising the quality of services. Request all travelers to compare our rates after taking a quote from your local tour operator, whenever you plan to visit Kerala, God’s Own Country. For more details, visit our website,, send us an email, call us on +919035014070