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To make one's holidays hassle free, proper planning and care should be done. This not only makes the trip blissful but also remains fresh in the memory for a long time. Thus, it is always advised that before set out on your tour, you must make yourself aware of different things associated with the place. Before venturing on a trip to Kerala, India, one needs to follow some simple guidelines to make the stay a pleasant one. These travel tips and guidelines on Kerala travel will surely make your Kerala travel a pleasant and memorable experience.

While traveling in Kerala, there is no limit to the amount of foreign currency that visitors/tourists can keep with them.

All the nationalized banks are open for transaction from 10.00 to 14.00 hrs on all days except Sundays. Many of the private banks provide transaction services between 8 AM to 8 PM.

Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Kerala is during the months of October to April and during Monsoons for Ayurveda rejuvenation programmes.

Travel Wear
Cotton outfits, hats, sunglasses, sunscreen lotion etc.

Credit Cards
Most of the hotels, restaurants and shopping centers and malls honor major credit cards.

Like all other parts of India, Indian Rupee (INR) is the prevalent currency in Kerala.

Since Kerala is one of the most famous tourist destinations in India, all major restaurants and hotels offer a variety of cuisines including Continental, Chinese, Indian and traditional Kerala dishes.

Temple Codes
There are certain things/codes that are to be kept in mind while visiting temples in Kerala. Footwear inside the temple and entry into the sanctum sanctorum is banned in all the temples. The customs and codes of conduct and dress in temples across Kerala vary from each other.

Emergency contact numbers
Emergency service contact numbers in India are: Police: 100, Fire station: 101, Ambulance: 102