Kerala Tour Packages

God's own Country or paradise on earth, whatever you may choose to call it, we're pretty sure that the description would fail to match the natural beauty of Kerala. It is somewhat indescribable and majestic.

Wait! Let us paint a picture for you. Imagine sand beaches, serene backwaters, stretches of lined-up coconut trees, and lush green hills with tinges of aromatic tea plantations; that's Kerala for you.

Not only that, but there's more. Starting from Halcyon sea sunsets, sweet people, and their brightly lit smiles, Kerala welcomes you in with all of its heart.

Geographically, it's bordered by the magnificent Arabian sea, isolated by the Western Ghats, and networked through rivers and backwaters. This is why Kerala has excellent weather from a tourist perspective, which is cosy all year round.

If we're to describe more creatively, we would say that it's always time for a cup of 'chai or coffee' paired with crisps of banana chips while enjoying the view from your beachside rug.

Moreover, Kerala stretches along the Malabar coast, boasting the title of God's own Country, which we are pretty sure we've already mentioned. Still, we can't help ourselves from repeating it, as it feels like the gods acquired it.

Interestingly, it also prides itself in being the first Indian state to have achieved a 100% literacy rate, tagging along comes its stature with the lowest child mortality rate and highest immortality rate.

So, if you're looking to meet some of the most educated localities with a high conscience, Kerala is the way to go. It also makes Kerala one of the safest places to travel to.

Let's talk about food for a minute, and Yes! It's an excellent place for foodies to be. The reason is that Kerala's delicacy differs from that of the rest of India and has a unique taste.

Whether you prefer vegetarian meals or non-vegetarian, the cuisine will pop with flavours that you've never imagined before, ones that remind you of home.

Just one thing, though, if you're a north Indian, you might face difficulty as the food is spicy but not the way a north Indian would prefer, so it's common to find a UP, Punjab, or Delhi guy complaining about the food.

Lastly, if you're coming to Kerala just for the looks of it, you're mistaken; the best part is, 'it's people.'

Everyone here greets you with "Namaskaram" and considers you a part of their family as you enter Kerala.

You'll feel the warmth and a sense of belonging.

Feeling like you need to visit Kerala on your honeymoon, on a family getaway, or maybe even for a corporate trip? Well! Let Sand and Peaks handle your Kerala Getaway, and we'd ensure that your experience is what you expect it to be. Which is 'Great.'