Kerala is a subtropical state in India, It is called “Gods own Country” for a reason which I will be discussing further ahead. Before going into details about Kerala further let me tell you about the places you must visit in Kerala.
These 3 places have different geography and a blend of multiple flavours throughout them. From mountains to beaches just like a perfect blend of the world in a pretty small geographical region. This is what actually makes it special. I will be attaching pretty specific itinerary of Kerala down below.
Banglore – Alleppey (Train)
Alleppey Railway station — Alleppey Beach (Walking)
Allepey Beach — Houseboat Point/Bus Stop (Autorickshaw)
Alleppey – Munnar (Bus) ** Last bus from Alleppey bus stop is to Munnar is at 1:30 PM
Book a jeep for a day at around Rs.1000-1200/Day.
They will be taking you to 5-6 different places.
Munnar – Kochin (Bus)
Boat Ride in the Arabian Sea
Kochin – Banglore (Train/Bus/Flight)
Munnar is one of the most popular hill stations in south India to explore tea gardens and enjoy various activities like elephant ride, speed boats and witnessing the unique fighting art named Kalarippayattu as well.
Allepey is famous world wide for its back waters and it’s boating activities in the back waters. You can even book a houseboat with air conditioning, kitchen and bathrooms as well. This is can prove to be the best option for enjoying with your friends in harmony with nature.
Kochin on the other hand is a metropolitan city located on the bank of Arabian sea. It is famous for various beaches and all the heritage buildings spreaded throughout the city. I will highly advice to go for a ferry ride in the sea.
Overall, Kerala is perfect for those who love spending some quality times with there loved ones. So you can easily plan for 5 to 7 days trip covering most of the unique places there.