Kerala Tour Senior Citizens

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Kerala Tour Senior Citizens Packages

Kerala Tour senior citizens, Planning for a Kerala trip in 2023 – 2024? Here are our most popular and trending Kerala tour packages! Be it a sightseeing tour across the beaches of Kerala, a tour in the lush green spice plantations, a wildlife tour in the untouched forests of Thekkady or a romantic getaway Kerala tour package for the newly wed.

We offer them all. Pick your favorite and explore the best of God’s Own Country!.If you wish to dive deeper and soak in the culture of Kerala, you should opt one from our more than some Kerala tour packages. Whatever the budget, from standard to luxury, our Kerala tour packages are customisable as per your wants.

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Chembra Peak Trek Kerala

Places To Visit Kerala

  1. Mattupetty Dam, Munnar
  2. Mattancherry Palace, Kochi
  3. Periyar National Park, Thekkady
  4. Aruvikkuzhi Waterfall, Kumarakom
  5. Alappuzha Beach, Alleppey
  6. Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam
  7. Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Trivandrum
  8. Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad
  9. Vagamon Lake, Vagamon
  10. Vizhinjam, Poovar
  11. St. Angelo’s Fort, Kannur
  12. Madiyan Koolom Temple, Kasargod

What Should Be Done

  1. Bathe Elephants, Kodanad
  2. House Boat Stay, Alleppey
  3. Shikara Rides, Alappuzha
  4. Snake Boat Race, Alappuzha
  5. Stay In a Tree House, Wayanad
  6. Spice Tour, Thekkady
  7. Visit the Coffee Plantation, Wayanad
  8. Watch Theyyam, Kochi
  9. Try Tea Flavours, Munnar
  10. Bird Watching, Kumarakom
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House Boat Kerala

Best Time To Travel Kerala

The best time definitely is during the winter season. One can enjoy adventure activities, go boating and trekking and all this while being comfortable. what should be done

So Kerala is best when explored in the winter season. The summers in Kerala are too hot for comfort and hence it is best to be avoided. Also, the main monsoons keep the state wet all throughout the season. Although it can be a beautiful amalgamation of scenic views, it becomes difficult to explore outdoor activities during the monsoons.

How to Reach Kerala

  1. By Air
  2. By Train
  3. By Road

Kerala Culture

Thought the culture and tradition of the Kerala state are hundreds of years old but it is still alive in the hearts of the locals.

Kerala is a land of cultural diversity and it houses various religions, communities, regional cultures and language variations. The culture is like a chain made of different coloured beads. The Kerala is rich in rain forests. Its ancient trade relations with foreign lands, entry of immigrant communities during different periods, agricultural tradition, cuisine and its tradition of art – literature –science and all of this makes the state what it is today.

Kerala Food

  1. Puttu and Kadala Curry
  2. Appam with Stew
  3. Idiyappam
  4. Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu (Spicy Chicken Fry)
  5. Kerala Prawns Curry
  6. Beef Fry
  7. Malabar Parotha
  8. Fish Molee
  9. Fish Molee
  10. Palada Payasam
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Tea Gardens Kerala

5% discount is given for senior citizens. Book your tour quickly and avail the discount.

This itinerary provides a balanced mix of nature, culture, and relaxation. Adjustments can be made based on your preferences and travel dates.

Overwiew Kerala 16 Nights 17 Days

Kerala Tour Packages for senior citizens Kerala is known for its lush green natural beauty. This part of India is home to waterfalls, spices, coffee/tea plantations, rain-forest, hills, exotic birds, wild animals, butterflies, gardens and much more. If you are looking for a long trip to Kerala; where you want to explore the different parts of Kerala with enthusiasm then it is the right package for you.

Highlights Kerala

  • Chinese Fishing Nets.Mattancherry Palace, Jewish Synagogue
  • Devine Munnar Tea Gardens etc.
  • Boat Ride on Periyar Lake and safari.
  • Houseboat cruise in the backwaters.
  • Visit Alleppey Beach and explore the town.
  • Vizhinjam Lighthouse and indulge in water sports.
  • Visit the Janardanaswamy Temple and the Varkala Cliff.
  • Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Napier Museum


Arrive in Kochi, the gateway to Kerala. Overnight Stay at Hotel and own activities.

Explore Fort Kochi, Mattancherry Palace, Jewish Synagogue, and the Chinese Fishing Nets.
Attend a Kathakali dance performance in the evening.

Drive to Munnar, a picturesque hill station.

Visit the Tea Gardens, Mattupetty Dam, and Eravikulam National Park.
Enjoy the serene atmosphere and the breathtaking landscapes.

Head to Thekkady, known for the Periyar National Park.

Take a boat ride on Periyar Lake and go for a wildlife safari.
Visit spice plantations and enjoy a traditional Kerala martial arts performance.

Drive to Kumarakom, situated on the backwaters.

Kumarakom, situated on the backwaters.
Explore the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary.
Enjoy a relaxing houseboat cruise in the backwaters.

Continue your backwater experience in Alleppey.

Backwater experience in Alleppey.
Stay in a houseboat, cruise through the canals, and enjoy the local cuisine.
Visit Alleppey Beach and explore the town.

Head to Kovalam, a popular beach destination.

Kovalam, a popular beach destination.
Relax on the beaches of Kovalam.
Explore the nearby Vizhinjam Lighthouse and indulge in water sports.

Drive to Varkala, known for its stunning cliffs and beaches.

Varkala, known for its stunning cliffs and beaches. Visit the Janardanaswamy Temple and the Varkala Cliff.
Relax on the beaches and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere.

Explore the capital city, Thiruvananthapuram.

Visit the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Napier Museum, and the Thiruvananthapuram Zoo.
Spend some time shopping for souvenirs in the local markets.

Depending on your departure time, you may have some free time for last-minute exploration or shopping.
Depart from Thiruvananthapuram with beautiful memories of Kerala.

Includes - Excludes

Cost Includes

  • • 02 Nights’ accommodation in Munnar,
  • • 02 Night accommodation in Thekkady,
  • • 02 Night accommodation in Alleppey,
  • • 02 Nights’ accommodation in Kovalam,
  • • Daily breakfast & Dinner , All Meals at Houseboat in Alleppey
  • • Same day excursion to Kanyakumari.
  • • All Transfers and Sightseeing as per the itinerary in AC Vehicle,
  • • All taxes, Driver Reward, Fuel Charges and Toll Tax.
  • Etc.

Cost Excludes

  • • Any meals other than those mentioned above.
  • • Entrance fees to Amusement parks & Boating charges.
  • • Any portage at airports and hotels, tips, insurance, wine, mineral water, telephone charges, and all items of personal nature.
  • • Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.
  • • Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.

Frequently asked questions.

What is the best time to travel to Kerala?

The traditional peak season for visiting Kerala is October to March, when the Kerala weather is pleasant. Winters are also the best time to enjoy a stay on a Kerala houseboat. However, if you don’t mind a little humidity, the monsoon brings a wonderful touch of romance and greenery to Kerala, making June to August also a good time to plan a romantic getaway to Kerala!

How many days should I plan for Kerala?

Kerala is a complex destination with a large variety of things to do and places to see. How many days to plan for Kerala will depend entirely on your interests and what you wish to do, but ideally we would suggest about 6 to 7 days for a Kerala trip to do justice to the destination. This is especially true if you are a first-time visitor to Kerala and intend to cover more than 2 cities within Kerala.

Which places should I visit in Kerala?

Your choice of destination within Kerala would depend on personal preferences, but here are some tips

  • • Munnar, the most popular hill station in Kerala, is also the most visited place in Kerala. It is also a favourite destination of honeymooners due to its climate and beautiful landscapes.
  • Alleppey is where the famous Kerala houseboats are found, and you should include this in your trip especially if you are travelling as a couple.
  • Kumarakom is another backwater destination in Kerala, known for its luxurious and laid-back resort hotels.
  • Thekkady offers access to the Periyar National Park, as well as family-friendly experiences like elephant camps, spice plantation visits, Kalaripayattu demonstrations and more.
  • Kovalam is Kerala’s most famous beach town, popular with families as well as couples.
  • Wayanad is a romantic getaway destination for those who want to add a touch of offbeat adventure to their Kerala trip.

What should we pack for Kerala?

Carry light cotton clothes suitable for Kerala’s warm humid climate, a light jacket in case the weather grows cool especially if you are visiting Munnar or Wayanad, rainwear if travelling during the monsoon, sun-protection, a reusable water bottles.


Kerala Tour Packages for senior citizens

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