Kerala Travel Tips
Travelogyindia.com assures to have a great time while travelling in Kerala, “God's Own Country”. However, there are few travel tips for Kerala that should be kept in mind while you are touring and excursing. Travelogyindia.com bring an unique category of Kerala travel tips or useful tips for Kerala travelers, go through these useful tips for traveling in Kerala and avoid any problems or unwanted troubles along your journey.
Clothes & Accessories
Kerala has an equitable climate throughout the year. It is better to have cotton and light clothes with yourself but if your itinerary includes hill stations or cold places like Munnar or Thekkady so we suggest you to pack woollen clothes. Also don’t leave to take your sunglasses, hats and sunscreen on the marvellous Kerala beaches to get away from tan.
Camera and Binoculars
Kerala houses many splendid places which you want to capture or share with your family or friend or for lifetime memory so it’s good to have your own camera and hold single cherish moment and also If you are planning to hit the wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala so Binoculars are most important to watch the wild animals nearby.
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Bring a bottle of mineral water with you at all times. Don’t drink water from public taps or road-side vendors. If you feel like having energy drink, so have Kerala coconut water it’s really a good energy drink.
Take medicines and few tablets for fever, cold, head ache, vomiting etc.to make your excursion problem free.
Banks & ATMs
Voluminous number of ATMs extent across the cities and towns of Kerala so avoid carrying more cash with you.
India is an orthodox country so avoid any show of affection especially hugging, kissing etc. at public places.
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Kerala is noted for ecotourism, so most places in Kerala has a strict ban on smoking and consumption of alcohol at public places and considered a punishable offence under law.
Nudity is not allowed at any public places. It is strictly banned in all the beaches in India.
- It is well advised that you have a medical/dental/optical check-up as a pre-departure safety measure for the trip.
- For International passengers assure that your passport is valid for at least months after your arrival date in India, also check that you have ample extra pages for visa stamps.
- India time zone is GMT/UTC +5.30 and can believe strongly tiredness or jet lag for International passengers. It is better if you get up and try to eat and sleep onto India s time zone before you leave your home town so it helps to get adapted speedy to start pleasuring your trip.
- For safety point of view try to bring minimum gold or precious jewellery’s.