Ways to Reach Kerala

Kerala is connected by air, road and rail to major Indian cities and the world. Let us look at travel options to and from Kerala and within Kerala by air, road and rail:

By Air

Travellers can find flights to Kerala from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. Kerala also has three major international airports - Cochin International Airport (Kochi), Trivandrum International Airport (Thiruvananthapuram), and Calicut International Airport (Kozhikode). These airports operate flights to international hubs like Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Singapore. The airports in Kerala state are connected by road to the capital city, Thiruvananthapuram, and other important cities.

By Road

Kerala is accessible by road from its neighbouring states - Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. The National Highways in Kerala, like the NH 66, NH 544 and NH 183, connect the state to major cities across the country. You can hire a cab or take a bus from Bangalore, Mysore, Coimbatore or Hyderabad to Kerala. Better yet, take a road trip through the state, enjoying its natural beauty and diverse landscape.

By Rail

Taking the train is a budget-friendly option in Kerala that offers panoramic views of the state's lush green landscape. Kerala is well-connected by railways to cities within the state and other major ones in the country. Major railway stations in Kerala include Trivandrum Central (Thiruvananthapuram), Ernakulam Junction (Kochi), Calicut (Kozhikode), and Thrissur. Local trains connect places within the state, while long-distance trains run regularly to Kerala from major cities like Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. Cabs are available for hire at railway stations to go into the cities, and public transport is also available at stations.

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