5-Day Itinerary to Explore Kerala This Monsoon with Kids

5-Day Itinerary to Explore Kerala

This Monsoon with Kids

Kerala is a haven for family vacations given its varied landscape and list of things to do. Often called as ’God’s Own Country, ’Kerala’s tourism offerings flaunt the excitement and fun of the mountains, forests, and beaches. This is heightened during the monsoon season when the state blushes and blooms in the rains. It is the best time to explore the true beauty of Kerala.

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Kathakali performance. I clicked this in Kerala Kathakali Center in Fort Kochi. You can see it in Greenix. Check details in my other blog (link at bottom of the posst) Kerala. Incredible India!

If you are planning to visit this destination during this season with kids, here is a five-day itinerary for you to visit the major tourist places in Kerala.

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An old lady in Jew Town, Mattencherry. Fort Kochi. Kerala. Incredible India!

Day one – Explore Fort Kochi

Begin your family holiday by showing your kids the culture and history of Kochi. Visit the Mattancherry Palace, which boasts the Portuguese-style architecture and a vibrant art gallery. Next, head to the Paradesi Synagogue to learn about the city’s Jewish heritage. Make some time to visit St. Francis church and click loads of pictures while saying a prayer or two. Fort Kochi is a super place to teach your kids about various cultures and religions.

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My parents in Fort Kochi. Do check out the cool and colorful grafitti culture. Even trees are not spared. Kerala. Incredible India!

Day two–Soak in Kochi’s art and culture

Make some time for a Kathakali performance where you and the kids will be regaled with the dancers’ various facial movements! If you are up for it, make some time for the Kerala Folklore Theatre and Museum.

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Me at Fort Kochi. Kerala. Incredible India! I have been here 3 times. Once solo, then with parents then on a media trip with Golden chariot, luxury train!

Day three – Leaving Kochi for Munnar

Spend some time at Princess Street for last-minute thrift shopping, browsing through books, and sipping a cup of coffee at a quaint café. It also boasts lovely colonial buildings. It’s now time to say goodbye to Kochi and head out on a 131 km-drive to Munnar.

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Do not forget to sample the local vegan and vegetarian food. This is called sadya. Fort Kochi. Kerala. Incredible India!

Day four-Discover Munnar

On this day, you will explore the tea hub of Munnar. As you enter the hill station, you and the kids will be enchanted by the beautiful tea plantations that will be gloriously green during the monsoons. Go for a tea plantation tour, sip a hot cuppa, and learn about the beverage’s history at the Tata Tea Museum. This day is reserved for tea escapades. Don’t forget to carry your camera and click lots of photographs of the lush scenery of this region!

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Tea Estates. I clicked this in Munnar. Incredible India!

Day five – Unearth secrets of the wild in Munnar

On this day, you can have a picnic by the Lakkam Waterfalls and even go on a wildlife tour at Eravikulam National Park and Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. After your exploration, you can relax at Club Mahindra  Munnar resort’s spacious and comfortable rooms amidst the tea plantations,and enjoy the local cuisine at its in-house restaurant! Read through positive Club Mahindrareviews and have a look at how our members are enjoying their holidays.

This itinerary ensures you take full advantage of your five-day Kerala trip. Log onto Club Mahindra’s mobile app or website to book your family vacation today!

Tea Garden Munnar Kerala Incredible India

Me my parents and my maternal aunt on this trip. Munnar. Incredible India!

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Want to know which lake it is in Munnar? Check out my blogs on Munnar at the bottom. Incredible India!

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11 thoughts on “5-Day Itinerary to Explore Kerala This Monsoon with Kids

  1. Pingback: Quick Guide on Offbeat Fort Kochi : Things to do in one day! | A Soul Window - Top Travel Blog from India!

  2. I did Kerala trip when I was in 11th Grade but an elaborate one. But you have compiled all the gems of Kerala in 5 days which is good for first timers and those who have less time. Kochi and Munnar are my favorites too as Kochi have very different influences of various cultures and Munnar has beautiful green nature. I too recommend these places if you are having less time or going for first time.

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  3. It’s akeays nice to read about itenaries with kids and this one for 5 days in Kerala seems perfect. I would live to visit Kerala with my kids and show them this part of India. The Kathakali woukd surely be amazing for my daughter who loves dancing. The character Fort Kochi another one on my list to tick off. And to top it all the lovely monsoon. Thanks for a great post.

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  4. Kerala sure looks beautiful! I never made it to that side of the India when I visited, but I have always hoped to return. Good to know it’s a good place to go during the monsoon! So much rain and water – I can imagine it would really make everything flourish and bloom beautifully.

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  5. This sounds like a perfect 5 day Kerala itinerary. The Kathakali dancer looks amazing. They put in so much efforts for all that makeover. Mattancherry Palace and Paradesi Synagogue sound quite interesting places. The greenery at the tea plantations is a sight to behold. Visiting the Lakkam Waterfalls and going for wildlife tours are the activities I would not want to miss.

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  6. That’s a good itinerary, but as I always say., Kerala, like Gujarat and some other places needs months together to explore well! Haha…
    Done your day 4-5. Been on a day trip to Cochin. Yet to explore all.
    That said I hope Kerala gets back to is form, hale & healthy, from it’s depths of floods!

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