Women Only Tours in Trivandrum


Known as the capital of God's Own Country and and a tropical paradise in South India, Trivandrum has loads to offer. This bustling city in Kerala has a cosmopolitan culture, one that has developed over centuries and is shaped by influences from its neighbouring cultures. This unique destination incorporates art as a part of life, and offers a wide range of fascinating experiences. Visit this cultural hub for some drool-worthy beef fry, banana chips and a few shots of tody, and you are good to go!

  • Best Time to Travel

    September to March

  • Curent Weather

    22 to 34 degrees C

  • Area Code


  • Population


Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Trivandrum

The best place to shop in Trivandrum is M.G Road. Here's where you should head to for the best buys.

Pothys: For the best of apparels, consumer electronics, food stuff, and provisional shopping; Pothys is an all-in-one shopping store!
Jayalakshmi Silks & Sarees: Looking to buy a traditional Kerala saree? Here's where you ought to come!
Malabar Gold & Diamonds: What's a visit to Kerala without indulging in some gold and diamond jewellery?


Even though Trivandrum is a developed city, there's little in the name of nightlife here. However, if you still want to hang out at night, here are a few places you could go to.
Oakwood Bar: Looking for a place to relax and chill with your girlfriends? Oakwood Bar is the right place for you! With some mouth-watering food options and a long list of drinks to choose from, this place will certainly not disappoint!
Purple Lounge: With an energetic ambience and an amazing array of options for food and drinks, Purple Lounge is a happening place to visit!


Onam: Onam is the biggest festival in Kerala; one which is celebrated with grandeur and splendour to commemorate the homecoming of King Mahabali, Prahlada's grandson. The festival is celebrated over 10 days, with each day having its own significance, and include traditional feasts, boat races, Pookalam and Kaikottikali dance.

Vishu: Vishu is the celebration of New Year in Kerala and falls on the first day of Medam according to the Malayalam calendar. It is considered very auspicious to start something on this day.

Christmas: Christmas is a major festival celebrated by Keralites, with beautiful parades and feasts being held in churches. The festive atmosphere lasts from December 23rd to January 2nd.


The Kanakakunnu Palace: A structure that Kerala takes much pride in, the Kanakakunnu Palace is an embodiment of excellent craftsmanship and fabulous architecture. A large number of cultural events take place here, thereby making this palace truly, a cultural hub!
Vizhinjam RockCut Cave: One of the most visited tourist places in the outskirts of the city, this single-celled 8th century rock-cut sculpture houses the deity of Vinandhara Dakshinamurthi.

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