Travel Planning Made Simple. Create Your Own Itinerary.
Written by Rajoo on June 22, 2020 Share on

Kerala Honeymoon Guide For Couples To Feel The Butterflies Again

Honeymoon, an escape from the hustle-bustle of life and a time to cherish the newly unified relation. If you are planning to go for a Kerala honeymoon then be prepared for a marvellous start to your married life. Kerala, known as the ‘God’s own country’ is a fabulous place for a romantic escapade. From strolling on beaches to taking houseboat cruises, your honeymoon in Kerala will surely give the most memorable and picturesque vacation! Read on to know about the Kerala Honeymoon Guide.

Kallar, Kerala
Image Credits: Wikimedia Commons

Why Go For Kerala Honeymoon?

Kerala honeymoon is not restricted to long walks on the beach, candlelight dinners, luxurious accommodations, etc. The following are the reasons that make Kerala one of the best destinations for honeymoon in India:


Kerala houses the majestic beauty of nature, Beautiful places especially at Chembra Peak Wayanad, Treehouse facing Waterfalls in Athirappilly, and Tea gardens in Munnar gives you a peaceful ambience to cherish.


Kerala purveys an ancient tradition of Ayurveda practices. One can visit the nearest Ayurveda centre or can avail of this facility.

Glimpse of prosperous culture

Kerala exhibits a unique culture that has an amalgamation of Aryans and Dravidians. The art forms of this place are appreciated all over the world.

Luxurious stays

Despite being known for its serene surroundings, Kerala offers one of the best luxuriating resorts and hotels. From luxurious resorts to pocket-friendly stays, Kerala offers numerous properties surely assuring the most comfortable and relaxing stay in this gorgeous place.

Best Time To Visit Kerala For Honeymoon

The best time to visit Kerala for honeymoon can be classified into three categories, that is, summer, monsoon and winter depending on their interests and purpose for visit. Kerala experiences winter from October to February and this is the peak tourist season here. The climate is soothing and pleasant. Kerala summers and monsoons are not the best seasons to explore the mystic beauty, however, you can have amazing leisure time. 

5 Best Honeymoon Places in Kerala 

A honeymoon couple enjoying a romantic moment during sunset at a beach in Kerala. We have shortlisted the 8 best Kerala honeymoon destinations to help you spend less time searching the best ones. Kerala lures honeymooners from across Asia with its diverse specialities ranging from ancient healthcare to scenic hill stations and manifold wildlife. The following are the amazing romantic places in Kerala that will surely give a zealous start to your journey ahead!

1. Munnar

Munnar, the blissful tourist destination in God’s own country is situated at an altitude of 6000 ft. in Idukki district. Munnar was the preferred summer resort during the British days in India. You can experience the unending swathe of tea plantations, immaculate valleys & mountains with colourful species of flora and fauna in its untamed sanctuaries. Another romantic spot in Munnar is the Echo Point, a panoramic landscape situated at the confluence of three mountain streams. If you want to witness the spectacular wide views of tea, coffee, and cardamom plantations; Pothamedu ViewPoint will be one best destination for you. Other romantic spots in Munnar are Photo point, Tata Tea or KDHP Museum, Eravikulam National Park, Top Station, Kundala Dam & Lake, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Elephant Arrival Spot, Chinnakanal Waterfalls and Lock Heart Gap. It is one of the best hill stations in South India.

Best time to visit: September to March 
Romantic hotels: Eden Holiday, Grand Plaza Munnar
Things to do: Visit national parks, nature walks, treks, etc.

2. Wayanad

Edakkal, Wayanad, Kerala, India.
Image Credits: Google Images

Wayanad, the place known for its spice plantation and wildlife; also attracts wanderers with its enchanting waterfalls, historical caves, comfortable resorts, and homestays. The lush landscapes of Wayanad are surrounded by Tholpetty in the North, Muthanga in the east, and Kalpetta in the South. One can spend hours lying in the Banasura hills adjacent to the Banasura Sagar Dam, the largest earthen dam in India. Chembra Peak of Mepaddy will offer you a majestic view of the entire Wayanad district along with areas of Kozhikode, Malappuram and Nilgiris districts. Staying in a Treehouse will surely be an exciting part of your stay in this mesmerizing place.

Best time to visit: October to May
Romantic hotels: Green Gates Hotel, Vistara Resorts
Things to do: Visiting caves, waterfalls, wildlife sanctuary, etc.

3. Kumarakom

Kumarakom, Kerala, India
Image Credits: Wikimedia Commons

Kumarakom, the tourist village features lush flowery landscapes and a plethora of bird species. Glide along the lagoons, lakes, and rivers on a private houseboat and experience the beauty of the clear sky and clean blue water. 

Best time to visit: November to February
Romantic hotels: Taj Kumarakom Resort & Spa, Kumarakom Lake Resort
Things to do: Bird watching, museum hopping, nature walks

4. Athirappilly Falls

Athirapally Water falls
Image Credits: Wikimedia Commons

Athirapally Falls is the largest waterfall in Kerala and is often called the ‘Niagra of India’. The magnanimous waterfalls will be an enthralling experience as one can witness many endangered and endemic species of flora and fauna. The magnificent green forests covering the Sholayar, makes Athirappilly enticing during monsoons. The place also houses other beautiful attractions such as Swollen Chalakudy River, Charpa falls, Vazhachal waterfalls, etc.

Best time to visit: All year round
Romantic hotels: Rainforest, Casa Rio Resort
Things to do: indulging in activities at waterfalls

5. Kovalam

Image Credits: Wikimedia Commons

Backed by mounting promontory and covered with fertile coconut palms, Kovalam offers three-curve shaped beaches, isolated by stony outcroppings of the coastal resort. It’s a beach town by the Arabian Sea in the metropolitan part of Kerala and offers abundant Ayurveda and shopping centres. Kovalam is a place of endless beauty comprising mesmerizing lakes and beaches along with comfortable stays and authentic cuisine. Trinket shops, Kashmiri traders, Tibetan products and a surplus of restaurants and hotels make this place a must-visit beach destination for honeymooners.

Best time to visit: November to February
Romantic hotels: The Leela Raviz Kovalam, Turtle on the Beach
Things to do: Palace honeymoon, beach walks, trek

Kerala is truly a unique experience luring tourists from India and abroad. Give a never-ending start to your married-life by booking your honeymoon trip to Kerala with Pickyourtrail. Make your journey memorable by planning a Kerala Romantic tour customized according to your preferences at Pickyourtrail and Check some of the best Kerala holiday packages and book your getaway now!

Choose a suitable Kerala honeymoon itinerary for your honeymoon trip

Note: The images that are being published here are the author's choice, and the organisation takes no responsibility for their usability.