Experience Kerala monsoon in all its glory with these irresistible budget packages from KTDC

Do you want to experience the thrill of a heavy downpour or the enigma of a thick shroud of mist? Then pack your bags and enjoy this monsoon season with KTDC (Kerala Tourism Development Corporation). You have the golden opportunity to stay at the best KTDC hotels that too at rates that are easy on the pocketbook and savour the enchanting sights.

KTDC, which has the largest chain of hotels and resorts in the state, has rolled out budget monsoon packages that would help travellers to stay with their families at the KTDC properties in the sought-after tourist destinations of the state. These special packages are up for grabs from June 1, 2022 to September 30, 2022. The KTDC resorts in Thekkaddy, Munnar, Ponmudi, Kumarakom and Kochi are waiting to welcome guests.

As part of the package, the KTDC’s premium destination resorts such as Mascot Hotel in Thiruvananthapuram, Aranya Nivas in Thekkady, Waterscapes in Kumarakom, Tea County in Munnar and Bolgatty Palace in Kochi will charge Rs 7,499 (inclusive of tax) for parents and two children below the age of 12. The package is for 2 nights and 3 days and includes complimentary breakfast.

You have to pay only Rs 4,999 (inclusive of tax) for 2 nights and 3 days at the budget destination resorts like Periyar House in Thekkady, Suvasam Kumarakom Gateway in Thaneermukkom, Golden Peak in Ponmudi and Garden House in Malampuzha. This package also includes complimentary breakfast.

The tariff is Rs 3,499 (inclusive of tax) at Tamarind Easy Hotel in Nilambur and Tamarind Easy Hotel in Mannarkkad for 2 nights and 3 days, which also includes complimentary breakfast.

The monsoon packages won’t be available during Onam from September 5 to 11. The package won’t be available on Friday and Saturday and on holidays at Golden Peak in Ponmudi.

For more details visit www.ktdc.com/packages or contact 0471-2316736, 2725213. You can also contact the respective resorts or write to centralreservations@ktdc.com.  

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