Frequently Asked Questions for Kerala Camping Trip
Q) Is Kerala safe for Camping Tours?
A: Kerala is considered as the best and safe travel destinations in the India. This place has enchanting valleys, ethereal mountains, beautiful beaches, cool climates, waterfalls, stunning sceneries, Verdant coastlines, backwaters. ... Yes, Kerala is the best and safe places for your Camping trip. May, you get a new experience with Meetmytour Kerala Camping Tours.
Q) Which part of Kerala is best for Camping Tours?
A: Ramakkalmedu, Meesapulimala, munnar, Vagamon, Wayanad, Kalveri Mount, Urumbikkara, Gavi, Ilaveezhapoonchira, Illikkal Kallu, Nadukani, Kuttikkanam are the most preferred Camping tour spots in Kerala.
Q) Is Kerala an expensive camping tour location?
A: No. not at all. it is less expensive than any other camping locations in india or outside india.
Q) Which is the top recommended camping location in kerala?
A: Ramakkalmedu, Meesapulimala, munnar, Vagamon, Wayanad, Kalveri Mount, Urumbikkara, Gavi, Ilaveezhapoonchira, Illikkal Kallu, Nadukani, Kuttikkanam are the best and most recommended camping locations in kerala.
Q) Which is the best time to plan kerala camping trip?
A: Peak Season starts after monsoon in September and goes on till March just when the summer is starting and is considered to be the best season to plan your Kerala camping trip..
Q) Why Kerala is called God's own country?
A: According to Hindu mythology, Kerala was created by Lord Parasurama. So, Kereala is God's own creation, hence it is called God's own country! ... Hence it is God's own country full of worship places!..
Q) Why is Kerala famous?
A: Kerala is Named as the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism initiatives and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Q) What is the Favourite food of Kerala?
A: Appam and kappa biriyani can be combined with vegetarian gravies such as stew, and can also be a classic sidekick for non-vegetarian fare such as chicken curry, mutton, and Kerala's favourite. Kerala also has a variety of breakfast dishes like idli, dosa, appam, idiyappam, puttu, and pathiri. Travelers can also enjoy different variety of seafood items like Crab, Shrimp....