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Carry a light jacket, inners, t-shirts, shorts, sports lowers. Also make sure to carry other essentials like sunscreen, sunglasses, a small torch, comfortable shoes with a good grip.
The best way to reach Kerala would be to either fly in to Kochi or Trivandrum, or travel by train to Ernakulam or Trivandrum Railway station. Another option for people living down south is to travel by road.
The best fish to try in Kerala is Karimeen or the Pearl Spot Fish, that is caught in the Kerala backwaters. It used for many famous Kerala dishes like Karimeen Pollichathu (fish cooked in banana leaf), etc.
The diversity of Kerala allows one to have unique experiences. Tea & coffee estates on the hillsides of Munnar, distinct wildlife at the Periyar & Kumarakom, backwater experience in a houseboat at Alleppey or Kumarakom, and immaculate beaches of Kovalam, Kappad & Kannur, make Kerala truely unique.
Yes. After the ban, the Kerala Government eased the alcohol norms earlier this year. One can find alcohol in star hotels, and also liquor shops run by the Kerela State Government.
The local language of Kerala is Malyalam, but almost everyone understands and speaks in English as well, since Kerala sees a huge influx of both Domestic & International travelers every year.
Kerala is known for its fresh water & ocean sea food, along with local South Indian delicacies catering to both Vegetarians & Non-Vegetarians. The most famous dishes however would be Appam & Stew, Puttu & Kadala curry, Idiyappam with Egg Curry, Spicy Chicken Fry (Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu), Kerala Prawn Fry, Mussel Stir Fry (Kallumakkaya Ularthiyath), and Kerala style Fish Molee/Moly, to name a few. They even have a local drink by the name of Todi made from fermented sap of palm trees, which is alcoholic in nature.
The Winter Months from November - February are the best months to be in Kerala. One can also visit during the Monsoons and see the green side of Kerala & also opt for Ayurveda & Spa Treatment or Rejuvenation programs during this time.
There are mainly 7 types of massages that Kerala is famous for :-
Pizhichil - A type of Body Massage that helps people who suffer from stiffness in the body, fractures, paralysis, paraplegia, monoplegia, and hemiplegia.
Njavarkijhi - This massage helps in boosting the perspiration process in body, that is beneficial for the skin, and revitalizes the senses.
Shirodhara - A type of head massage that stimulates the nerves, and helps in treating mental fatigue, increases focus & clarity.
Ubtaan and Elakijhi - This Body Massage improves the skin's quality and nourishes the body.
Abhyangam - A full body massage wherein presssure is applied on certain points, that in turns stimulates various energies, and helps in the release of various toxins from the body.
Udvartana - This massage enhances the blood circulation in the body, and releases toxins from the body. Helps people with high cholestrol levels & obesity.
Garshana - This massage is done using Raw Silk Gloves, without any oil. Helps in releasing the toxins from the body by stimulating the lymphatic system.

Weather in Kerala


December - February 13 o - 30 o

March - May 22 o - 37 o

June - August 23 o - 33 o

September - November 22 o - 32 o

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