Known as God’s own country, Kerala is where you want to be if you are looking for a peaceful and relaxed outing. From ayurvedic massages to boat rides on the backwaters, it’s the perfect holiday for you and your family.
Meet & assist at the airport
Return airport transfers
Accomodation in the 3 star hotel
02 night hotel accommodation in munnar
01 night hotel accommodation in alleppy houseboat
01 night hotel accommodation in thekkedy
01 night hotel accommodation in kumarakom
02 night hotel accommodation in kovalam
01 DBL room
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Any Air Fare
Services of the vehicle on leisure days and for sightseeing not included in the itinerary
Alcoholic/aerated beverages, bottled water and starters
Entrance fees at all tourist attractions mentioned in the itinerary
Medical and travel insurance
All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals
Anything not mentioned under “Inclusions”
Day 01:Arrival to Cochin // MUNNAR (130KMS)
Arrive at Cochin Airport and Transfer to Munnar. A 3 hour scenic drive through hill station.check in to hotel, Sightseeing. Overnight stay Munnar.
Transfer to Munnar by surface.
Breakfast will be served in the hotel.
After breakfast go for local sightseeing in and around Munnar like Mattupatty Dam, Echo Point, Tata Tea Plantation visit, ErvikulamNational Park, Rajamalai and Back to hotel.
Day 03 :MUNNAR// THEKKEDY
After breakfast proceed to PeriyarThekkady (125 Kms. Drive, 4 Hours Journey) and check into hotel and Relax. Evening by 1600 Hrs. go for the Wildlife Sanctuary Boating by boat safari (Extra Cost) and Back to the hotel. Transfers by Private Vehicle.
Stay overnight at Thekkady
Day 04: THEKKEDY// KUAMARAKOM(180KMS)
After having breakfast, Check out your hotel & drive towards Kumarakom (165 Kms), the Icon of Kerala’s tourism prosperity. Today, Kumarakom is world’s best known back water destination and recognized by many international tourism organizations and travel magazines. It has also ranked above Taj Mahal in a latest statistics. Check in your resort and later visit Kumarakom bird sanctuary and near by water scapes. Over night stay.
Day 05 :KUMARAKOM// ALLEPPEY (30KMS)
After breakfasts at the hotel, transfer to Alleppey by surface.Check-in at the Houseboat. Feel the beauty of nature in the back water canals of Kerala. Dinner at the Houseboat.
Overnight stay at the Housboat.
Day 06 : ALLEPPY// KOVALAM (165Kms)
After breakfast proceed to Kovalam. In the afternoon reaching at Kovalam, relax at kovalam beach and and experience the beautiful sunset. Night stay at Kovalam.
After breakfast proceed to visit the Famous Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Museum, Naipier Dam, and by 12 noon, proceed to Kanayakumari (100 kms. Drive, 2 ½ hours journey oneway). Visit Vivekananda Rock, Vivekananda Temple. Stay at Kovalam.
Day 8:KOVALAM //TRIVANDRUM
After breakfasts at the hotel, proceed for Airport to board the homebound flight with
beautiful memories to cherish forever.
Spread over a series of islands and crisscrossed by the sea and backwaters, Kochi (long known as Cochin) speaks of the old world charm and leisure. The culturally and historically rich port city is the gateway for several visitors to start their tour of Kerala in south India. Located between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats, Kochi has been one of the most sought-after destinations in India.
Munnar is a beautiful hill station, and was the summer resort of the British. The rolling hills around Munnar, South India's largest tea-growing region, are carpeted in emerald-green tea plantations, contoured, clipped and sculpted like ornamental hedges. The low mountain scenery is magnificent – you’re often up above the clouds watching veils of mist clinging to the mountaintops. The town itself is typically Indian with the usual shops, guest houses and is really beautiful and traditional. It is a good place to stay to see the surrounding countryside. It is also a popular place for Indian honeymooners.
Thekkady is home to one of India' s finest wildlife sanctuaries, known for its large elephant population. It is located at an altitude of 900 m in Kerala' s Idukki district, on the border with Tamil Nadu. The area is also known for its rich cardamom plantations, along with those of vanilla, cinnamon, clove, ginger, nutmeg, tea, pepper and coffee. Vandanmedu, one of the world' s largest auction centers for cardamom is located less than 20 km away. It houses as many as 12 of the world' s 20 cardamom auction centers. Apart from these, Thekkady is also blessed with undulating hills, placid lakes and cool aromatic air. There are many opportunities for treks and other nature-related activities. But Thekkady's prized possession of course is its wildlife, the primary object of all visitors here.
Alleppey is one of the state' s most popular tourist destinations. Its natural beauty comes from the fact that it is a town set against the Vembanad Lake, the largest fresh water lake in Kerala and one of the biggest in the country. The Vembanad wetland system which covers an area of over 2000 sq km is the largest of its kind in the country. It is at the centre of what we call Kerala' s backwater system which includes lagoons, canals and rivers. Besides the lake itself and the numerous houseboats, visitors to Kumarakom/Alleppey can visit the nearby bird sanctuary where during the migratory season even Siberian cranes are known to seek refuge.
Kovalam is a village in the southern state of Kerala in India. It is located about 17 km from Thiruvananthapuram.
Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. It is also one of the oldest tourist enclave in India.
Kovalam has 3 major beaches in its 17 km coastline. The southernmost, known as the Lighthouse Beach is the most popular of the three. Many hotels, restaurants, lodges and shops are located here. It is frequented by outsiders who stay and enjoy Kovalam.
The Northern most crescent, (with the different names Main Beach/Leela Beach/Samudra Beach) - is crowded on weekends, is very popular with the locals, day-travelers, and passing-by tourist buses. During the week it's quiet. Hawa Beach inbetween is among one of the beaches in India where top-less sunbathing is tolerated and well appreciated by the locals. The tourism department provides a vigilant life guard service on both Lighthouse and Hawa beach.
Kanniyakumari (or Kanyakumari) is a town on the southern most tip of the main land of India, in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is also known as Cape Comorin.
The southernmost point of India, Kanyakumari is a small town located at the confluence of the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. For a long time it has been a significant site in India both spiritually and more recently as a day tripping excursion from Kerala.
If you can escape from the crowds, you can visit Vivekanandapuram (the only peaceful area in Kanyakumari) maintained by the Ramakrishna Mission. It has its own lodging and boarding arrangements. If you'd like to see the sunset or sunrise, it is recommended that you see it from the beach at Vivekanandapuram. The other popular places are the Kanyakumari Devi temple, Vivekananda Rock, and the Thiruvalluvar Statue.