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Kerala Holiday Packages and Tours

Visit the stunning mountains of the Western Ghats and the Munnar tea plantations, explore the wonderful Periyar National Park with the opportunity to spot elephants, or maybe indulge in some retail therapy and captivating culture in cosmopolitan Cochin. Relax on idyllic golden beaches before ending your Kerala holiday in style by cruising the famous Kerala backwaters on your very own private houseboat.

Our Kerala holiday packages and tours are tailor-made to meet your exact travel requirements. Browse the examples below and add them to your wish-list
Alternatively, you can contact us via info@aitholidays.com or call our India travel specialists directly on 01792 315499.

We are always happy to help with any enquiry.

 North Kerala Tours
 Small Group Tours to Kerala
 Kerala/Neighbouring States Tour Packages
 Kerala Beach Holidays

 Map of Kerala
 Kerala Wild Life and Nature Reserves
 Kerala Annual Weather
 Kerala Transport

Holidays to Kerala - Tailor Made South Kerala Holiday Packages

The best way to see Kerala is on a tailor-made holiday or tour. With the help of our travel experts you get to choose exactly where you want to travel, how many places you visit, the style of hotels you stay in and the range of activities to include. 

Tailor Made North Kerala Tour Packages

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Small Group Tours to Kerala

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Kerala Tour Packages Which Include Neighbouring States

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Kerala Beach Holidays

With more than 600km of coastline, Kerala has some of the most beautiful beaches of the world with pristine lagoons and sheltered coves.


Kerala Weather

Kerala Annual Average Temperature

(Based on weather reports collected during 2005–2015, Kochi, Kerala)

Kerala Annual Temperature Averages

Kerala Annual Average Rainfall

Kerala Annual Rainfall Averages

Summary of Kerala Weather

  • Hottest Month - April (29 °C avg)
  • Coldest Month - July (27 °C avg)
  • Windiest month - May (6 mph avg)
  • Annual Rainfall - 1951.7 mm (per year)

The climate of Kerala has distinct seasons. Throughout the year, daily temperatures usually rise from the lows of 20°C to between 27°C and 32 °C.  The state is directly exposed to the southwest monsoon, which prevails from July through to September, but it also receives rain from the reverse (northeast) monsoon from October and November.  Rainfall averages about 3000 mm (115 inches) annually with some slopes receiving more than 200 inches (5,000 mm).


Plant and Animal Life of Kerala, India

Kerala Butterfly on flower bird on tree

The coastal zones of Kerala are dotted with beautiful coconut palm groves, while much of the Western Ghats and riverine areas are covered with verdant rainforests and tropical deciduous forests. The upland region is known for its rolling grasslands.

Kerala is home to an array of wildlife. Mammals include sambar deer, gaurs (wild cattle), Nilgiri tahrs (wild goatlike animals), elephants, leopards, tigers, bonnet monkeys, rare lion-tailed macaques and Hanuman and Nilgiri langurs. 

Kerala has several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries to enjoy.

Wildlife and National Parks of Kerala

  • Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Parambikulam Tiger Reserve and Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary (map)
  • Thattekad Wildlife Sanctuary (map)
  • Eravikulam National Park (map)
  • Silent Valley National Park (map)
  • Pampadum Shola National Park (map)

Learn more about Kerala's National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries here.


Kerala Transport

Kerala has a well-developed road and railway system. It is connected with the states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka by national highways. A railway coming from the east through the Palghat Gap in the Western Ghats meets with a railway running from north to south through the state and on to Kanniyakumari, the southernmost town of India. Thiruvananthapuram, Kozhikode, and Cochin (Kochi) have international airports.

Map of Kerala