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God’s own Country – Kerala


9 Nights/10 Days

Day 01: Arrival Cochin

This day arrive at the Cochin airport/railway station. Our representative will assist you to get transfer to your pre booked hotel. Check in the hotel and get rid of the jet lag. The evening will be for leisure activities. Stay overnight in the hotel.


Day 02: Cochin - Munnar

Have breakfast in the hotel. Check out and get driven to Munnar. The drive takes you through the scenically vibrant valley of the Cardamom Hills of the Western Ghats. Enjoy Elephant Ride on the way to Munnar. Reach Munnar and check in at the pre booked hotel. Stay overnight in the hotel.

It's a journey through extensive tea and spice plantations and for most part of our journey; the air is rendered with the fragrance of tea and spices. Munnar, a hill station on the Western Ghats is beautifully situated at the confluence of three rivers - the Muthirappuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala.

Day 03: Madurai – Kanyakumari

After breakfast at the hotel you will be taken for sightseeing tour of Munnar. There are a number of tourist attractions in the hill station of Munnar. Travelers can have panoramic view of the verdant surroundings and forested hills. Walking and hiking around the small town of Munnar offer an exhilarating experience.

  • Visit of the tea museum.
  • Eravikulam National Park.
  • Mattupetty Dam.
  • Drive pass tea plantation.
  • Attukal waterfalls.

In the evening come back to the hotel for overnight stay.


Day 04: Munnar – Thekkady

After breakfast, get driven to Thekkady. Reach Thekkady and check in your pre booked hotel. Enjoy the amazing whether there. Then you will be taken for sightseeing of this green place. Go to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and enjoy seeing the wild animals strolling around, you can also enjoy boat ride here on direct payment basis. You will also be taken for spice plantation tour. The evening will be free for leisure activities. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Spice Garden: There are many spice gardens around this beautiful area. One has to spend two hours to understand different types of spice plants available around this area. Ayurvedic Oil messages are another special service available here.

Periyar: Periyar is located in Idukki district of Kerala. It is at the border of Kerala and Tamilnadu. It is at a distance of 195 Km from Cochin. By road it is 5 hours journey from Cochin. Nearest town is Kumali. From Cochin one has to travel via Pala then Pokununam and then Mundakayam. After corssing the Mundakayam bridge the roads starts climbing hills. Thekkady is famous for Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. This sanctuary is open from 6.00 AM to evening 6.00 PM. Out of total 777 area 360 is thick evergreen forest. Pariyar Wildlife sanctuary declared as Tiger Reserve in 1978. 


Periyar Lake: This Lake was conceived by A British engineer, Col. V. Pennycuick who was the then chief engineer of Madras Presidency.  This boat cruise is open from morning 7 PM to afternoon 4 PM and is of approximately 2 hours duration. You will be moving around the lake. KTDC and forest departments run the boats in this lake. One can also join for Nature Walk, Border Hiking, Jungle Safari, Bamboo rafting, Jungle Patrol, The Periyar tiger trail, elephant ride and bullock cart safari, plantation and sightseeing.


Day 05: Thekkady – Kumarakom

Have breakfast in the hotel and check out. Then get driven towards Kumarakom. Reach there and check in at the pre booked hotel. Kumarakom is famous for its back waters and natural beauty. This day there will be sightseeing of Kumarakom. Ride through the narrow backwater channels. Later come back to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 06: Kumarakom – Alleppey

After breakfast check out and get driven to Alleppey to board the houseboat which will cruise through various canals of backwaters of Kerala. Check in at the pre booked house boat. Enjoy this beautiful experience for rest of the day and relax.

  • After check in, clients will be given Tender Coconut as a welcome drink.
  • In the afternoon lunch will be served.
  • Evening tea / coffee and snacks will be served at 6.00 pm and the boat will be anchored near by the village for night stay.
  • The dinner will be served on the boat.

Stay overnight at the house boat.

Houseboat: The Houseboats of Kerala are a new addition to the travel and tourism of the state's backwaters. These crafts, measuring up to 120 feet in length, retrieved from the age old cargo vessels of the State. Once they ruled the backwaters, poled along by one or two men, heavily loaded with rice, coconut and other commodities. But in the recent times, these big vessels have been replaced by more and modern modes of transport, relegating them to neglect and decay. But like the phoenix it again raises to the attention of the modern world, with a difference – this time the cargo is comfort and rippling relaxation. It takes great skill and meticulousness to construct these giant houseboats by tying huge planks of jack wood together. Curiously enough, not a single nail is used in their making of a houseboat. There used to be an entire clan of artisans who were involved in house boat construction. Today, an innovative holiday idea has restored these majestic representatives of a unique culture and with them their makers. The Kerala houseboats that cruise these emerald waterways are an improvisation on the large country barges, which were an essential part of the land's ethos in days gone by. Modified to meet a novel concept of holidaying, the Kettuvalloms (houseboats) are comfortably furnished with an open lounge, one or two bath attached bedrooms and a kitchenette, and are extremely eco friendly, merging smoothly into the panorama. Every houseboat is manned by a crew of 3 men, usually a cook, guide and oarsman. House boating can be the most relaxing experience for any age, size or type of people. The following are a few suggestions and ideas are the result of many years of experience, and with an intension to help make your trip more fun. What works for one person does not necessarily work for another, so you may find only bits and pieces of this useful to you. Feel free to use your imagination to expand your experience on a lazy houseboat trip in any way you can think of. The idea is to have fun, and there are lots of ways to do it.


Day 07: Alleppey – Kovalam

Next day morning cruise shall begin again and breakfast will be served. In this time enjoy the morning scenic views. Around 9 am disembark at Jetty. After disembark you will be picked from Jetty point & commence drive to Kovalam. Reach there and check in your pre booked hotel. Then you will be taken to famous beaches in Kovalam like Lighthouse Beach, Hawa Beach, Kovalam Beach. Spend day relaxing and enjoying in the beaches. In the evening return back to the hotel for overnight stay.


Day 08: Kovalam

After breakfast in the hotel you will be taken for an excursion to Poovar Island. Spend time doing the boating and relaxing there. Later return back to the hotel. Stay overnight in the hotel.


Day 09: Kovalam – Cochin

Have breakfast in the hotel. Then get driven to Cochin. Check in at the pre booked hotel. The day will be for sightseeing of Cochin. You will be taken for shopping in the local markets. Places to visit in Cochin includes –

  • Dutch Palace at Mattancherry. (Friday Closed)
  • The Jewish Synagogue at the heart of what is locally called the Jew Town. (Friday & Saturday Closed)
  • The St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India.
  • The Santa Cruz Basilica, originally built in 1557 by the Portuguese.
  • Drive pass the Chinese fishing nets which are huge cantilevered nets believed to have been brought to Kochi by Chinese traders.
  • In the evening see a Kathakali dance drama which is a must visit in cochin.

Shopping in Cochin

If you are confused over what to buy for yourself as souvenir or a gift for someone back home, then visit the enchantingly quaint little curio shops in Kochi city of Kerala. These shops sell small knick-knacks, which are characteristic of the South Indian city. Since Kochi is well known for its handicrafts, you will find a unique assortment of items like figurines, colorful bead jewelry, mat, bangles et al made from coir, wood, bamboo, shells, brass, ivory and sandalwood.

Day 10: Cochin

Have breakfast in the hotel. Then as per your flight timings get transfer to Cochin International Airport to board your flight back home. Services from our side end here with sweet memories of the tour.