How to Reach Kerala by AIR, SEA, TRAIN and ROAD
Kerala, located on the south-western tip of India.Golden beaches, emerald backwaters, lofty mountain ranges, powerful art forms and coconut vendors at every corner to vanquish your thirst, Kerala, famously known as 'God’s Own Country'. You can reach Kerala by all possible four modes such as Air,Water,Road and Train.
The state has three main airports located at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikode. Whereas Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is located in the southern part of Kerala, Kochi International Airport is located in the central part of Kerala. Up North, Calicut International Airport is also connected to both India as well as international cities via flights.Flights of all the public and private airlines fly between these airports and link them to the main airports in India as well as abroad.
If you are coming from the Lakshadweep Island, there are regular ships to Kochi. The backwaters of Kerala are not only prime tourist attraction but are also a means of transportation as well. One can opt for speedboats, public ferries or Houseboats or Ketuvallams. Today these internal water transport systems are the most popular travel merchandise of Kerala.
Kerala is easily accessible by road from any part of the country through National Highways 17, 47 and 49. Directly connected by road with Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the state of Kerala has a network between its important cities by a number of state highways and other metallic roads.Many important cities fall on the way.
Kerala is well-connected to all the major cities, direct trains connect Kerala to most of the important cities in India including Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Calcutta and more. There are around 200 railway stations in Kerala which connect places both within and outside Kerala. Here one can use of Super-Fast, and express trains to reach ones preferred destination.