Kerala is an important tourist destination in the world. It always holds a spot in the top 25 global destination in numerous articles and magazines. It is practically very easier to visit this state with numerous transportation options.
Kerala has three international airports in it. Trivandrum international airport is located in the southern part of the state. The Kochi International airport is located in the center part of the state. The Calicut international airport is located in the north of the state and it is the most commonly used airport by international travelers. Apart from these, numerous domestic airports connect almost all the important states in the country with Kerala.
From the airport, you can find buses, trains and taxis to take you to specific destinations. There are pre-paid taxis in the airport too.
Kerala is well connected via three highways. The state is connected through NH 49, NH 47, NH 17. It is also connected with all surrounding states via well-laid roads. You can find private and government buses running to Kerala from many important states and cities in the country. You can also hire cabs from any main city to reach Kerala.
Kerala has a busy port, which is connected with Lakshadweep islands. It is not the popular mode of transportation because of the time taken and the cost. However, some tourists prefer to travel via sea for unique experience and a part of luxury vacation. From the port, you can find many forms of land transportation to reach specific destination.
There are around 200 railway stations in Kerala. Frequent trains are available every day from many important cities like Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta and Bangalore to different parts of Kerala. Major railway stations in Kerala are located at Trivandrum, Kovalam, Alappuzha, Kozhikode, Ernakulam, Kasargod, Kottyam and others. From the railway station, you can find numerous autos and cabs to reach specific destinations.
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