It is quite easy to plan your Kerala package from Bangalore, if you know where to go and how to go as there are lot of sightseeing options in Kerala that can easily be planned from Bangalore at a relatively low cost. Here are the steps for any interested tourist to book a tour package from Bangalore to Kerala
1.Decide where to go in Kerala – The options available range from Kovalam, backwaters in Alleppey, Munnar, Athirappilly, Thekkady, Wayanad, Bekal etc.
2. If the place that you choose is in Central Kerala, book your flight tickets, train tickets or bus tickets from any of the offices in Madiwala or from online sites like Redbus . Please note that it is relatively hard to get Train tickets – especially in a weekend (as there are lot of people who will be travelling from Bangalore to Kerala specially in weekends)
3.Book with a tour operator and confirm your hotels, type of rooms etc in advance before starting from bangalore. It is best to avoid the impromptu arrangments as the chances of getting the hotel rooms are less on weekend walkin guests.
4.It is always better to have a chauffeur driven car for your complete travel in Kerala and go for an all inclusive package if possible with Kochi as the base location for your trip. You need to arrange for the pickup and drop from Kochi in a vehicle as most buses which travel to and fro from Kerala touches Kochi.
5.Arrange for arrangements in the morning – if you are reaching by train or bus.Most tour operators will arrange this if you ask for the same.
6.If you are planning for a trip to Munnar, Thekkady or Alleppey you need to reach Kochi by 10 AM so that vehicle can pick you up and you will enjoy your weekend getaway from Bangalore without much hassle.
7.You can do sightseeing in Kochi on the last day if you are visiting Munnar, Thekkady or Alleppey.
Enjoy your short weekend getaway from Bangalore in Kerala and youw ill enjoy it much more if you book one of our hasslefree weekend Munnar packages 🙂
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