Travelling to Kerala
By Air :-
Kerala has the International airports at Kochi (Cochin), main city Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode. You can also catch a direct flight from Abu Dhabi, Maldives, Singapore, Dubai, Colombo, Kuwait, Riyadh, Doha, Muscat, and major cities of India.
By Rail :-
All-important cities and most tourist places of India are very well connected by rail to Kerala.
By road :-
Kerala is connected to all the major cities of India.
In February, Kerala celebrates 7 days of Nishagandhi Dance festival; around April-May Pooram festival in Thrissur is celebrated; in May Flavor Food Festival for all the food freaks, happens at the Kanakakunnu Palace grounds, Thiruvananthapuram.
Onam is the annual harvest festival of Kerala, which begins in August and lasts for 10 days. This matriarchal society also has a festival for women, which is celebrated annually by the house lady, known as Pongala Utsavam, when women can visit Attukal Bhagavathy Temple, at Thiruvananthapuram.
What to wear ?
Though the average temperature remains same in Kerala through out the year. Light cotton clothes are advisable during summer to beat the heat. During monsoons one must carry protection. In winter it gets a bit cooler so light sweaters can be carried if you plan to visit during that season