Kerala Tour Packages launches a unique Kerala-Tamil Nadu travel experience

Kerala Tour Packages, a leading tour operator based in Kerala, launches a 28-day tailor made holiday spanning most tourism destinations in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Starting from Chennai and finishing in Cochin, this package is touted to be one of the most extensive and exclusive tour programs in South Indian tourism industry. The package includes hotels, homestays, travel arrangements and all necessary assistance across the destinations. The tour commences with the guests’ arrival at Chennai where personnel from Kerala Tour Packages receives them and briefs them the itinerary and other necessary details regarding the destinations and travel arrangements. The guides also provide an overview of the culture and practices that govern the locale so that the guests familiarize themselves and understand the major cultural differences within Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The package is designed in such a way that the guests feel as close to the beautiful landscapes as the local folk do – a feeling of home away from home. “For people who consider travelling as a tool for building bridges between people and communities, this tour becomes a great, inspiring experience with the right kind of bonds being formed as you travel through Tamil Nadu and Kerala, day by day,” says Mr. Anish Kumar, CEO of The Travel Planners Destinations and More

The first major destination in the package is Mahabalipura, a stellar location which is famous for its edifices of Dravidian art and architecture. The guided tour of the rock cut temples built by the Kings of Pallava Dynasty and other attractions of the region over two days will be a fresh start, claims the company. The next leg of the tour takes guests to the beach destination Pondicherry, the erstwhile French Colony of the region, which is a prime example of mixing cultures and great architecture. Tourists get to savour the colonial ambience combined with the rich Tamil culture while being engaged in Katamaran (fishing-raft) rides, fishing, swimming, and sightseeing, before heading off to Tanjaore and Chettinadu, both heritage towns, the next destinations. Tanjaore, once the capital of the majestic Chola Empire, is a heritage city echoing the might of Chola architectural styles and culture. The guests are given a full cultural experience of the city through its famous Brihadishwara temple, Fort, Palace, and other prominent spaces. Chettinadu, the next destination, gives a warm welcome to visitors with its heritage houses and exotic cuisine. The famed Chettinadu Home, Chettinadu Palace and the many temples of the place, proud symbols of Dravidian architecture promises to become a visual treat for tourists in the two days of their stay in the heritage town. Madurai, the next major stop, is one of the most famous pilgrimage centers in India. The best thing about Madurai is its Meenakshi Amman Temple, which not only becomes a holy experience for visitors, but also proves itself to be an architectural marvel with its thousands of statues and carvings. The city of Madurai has a lot to offer to tourists, as it is evident by its nickname ‘Thoonga Nagaram’, which means ‘the city that never sleeps’. The Madurai experience is followed up by a grand entry to ‘God’s Own Country’, the State of Kerala, via Kovalam, its most famous beach destination. Kovalam is famous for its pristine beaches and apart from engaging in normal beach activities such as swimming, surfing etc., guests can also experience ayurvedic massages, rejuvenation treatments, and yoga. The capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, lies close to Kovalam and there are many tourist attractions (museums, zoo, temples, art galleries etc.) and shopping spots in this bustling city which will fill the tourist’s days with excitement and joy. The backwater destination Alleppey is next on the list, for the guests to complete their amazing South Indian experience. Alleppey, also known as the ‘Venice of the East’, is adorned with canals, lagoons, the huge Vembanad Lake, and the presence of the Arabian Sea on one side. The lush, green locales and slices of village life so close to nature will make guests feel like never going back. The ‘Kettuvallam’ (houseboat) rides through the vast lake and canals, enjoying the culinary gems of Kerala is an experience no one forgets, as the many guests who visited the location through Kerala Tour Packages say. This brief outline of the package is only a tiny glimpse at the tour, claims Mr. Anish. “Prepare to be overwhelmed and have perhaps the greatest time of your life,” says he. The Passion Behind Kerala Tour Packages is a company with 16 years of experience in the industry and boasts of impressive local connections. “It is these connections and associations which gives our tours the best local flavour and builds our reputation,” explains Mr. Anish. “We take great pride in providing the best arrangements for guests and ensures that each one of them gets a great holiday experience which will make them want to come back for more. That is the secret of our success. That is our passion. That is our way forward as well,” concludes he. Tourists out there looking for a unique South India experience, this might be your chance! More details available on

Highly Rated Tour Operator in TripAdvisor
Recommended Ayurveda Resort in Kerala
Romantic Boutique Resort at Cochin


TC 79/47, New Gardens, Sangamam Nagar
Vallakadavu p.o., Trivandrum – 695008
Kerala, INDIA
Mob: +91 999 580 9006, 8111 864 888


Phone: 416-524-7661

Kariyad, Mecadu p.o.
Nedumbassery, Cochin
Mob: +91 72930 79008


Nicholas Building
River Front, Enfield EN1 3FG
Tel: +44 20 3322 4388

Play Video