Tourists usually travel up to the state of Kerala all through the year. Nonetheless, it would be most favourable to visit during the months from November to February, as the climate is delightful then. Summer in Kerala is from March to May, so if high temperatures are bothering you, you may postpone your date of travel to some other better seasons. If you are wishing to experience the monsoon of Kerala, you may plan your vacation anytime from June to September.
When opting for a cruise along the backwaters of Cochin, you may try buying tickets for the KTDC boats plying in the lake rather than its expensive tourist counterparts.
Pack sweaters and blankets when travelling to chilly areas like Munnar
Carry insect repellants with you.
Shop from markets in the town to get souvenirs at cheap prices.
If you are running short of time, you may cut down some of the distant tourist locations from your list and try spending more time in each place to make the trip worthwhile.
Once you have booked your preferred tour package with us at least well before a month, you may pay heed to their instructions and suggestions as they would turn out to be fruitful.
For savouring the real traditional taste of Kerala, you may insist your food to be served in the banana leaf, which is a respected tradition here.