Kerala (God's Own Country)

Kerala (God's Own Country) (5 Nights - 6 Days)

    • Meeting and assistance on arrival and departure by our representative
    • Accommodation on twin sharing basis as per itinerary
    • Full board meals as per itinerary (No meals on Day 01)
    • Private tour and Transportation as per itinerary
    • Entrance fees, government taxes and service charges
    • Explore UNESCO World Heritage sites
    • English speaking tourist guide
    • Indian Visa111
    • Camera fees etc. not specified
    • Personal expenses  like phone calls, laundry, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
    • Porterage & restaurant Tips.
    • Optional tour and any other expenses or services not mentioned in inclusions
    • Any transport during the day at leisure
    • Tipping
    • Any rides
    • Return International flight ticket

4 Star

Day 1



Meet and greet at Cochin International Airport and transfer to your hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 2



After a wholesome Keralite or international buffet breakfast of your choice, we leave for Munnar. It takes approximately 3 hours to Munnar which is 1800 meters above sea level and has the highest peak in South India- Anamudi - 2695 meters. On the way, we visit Valara Cheeyappara waterfalls & lush green tea plantation. Take a break with a cup of local South Indian Tea. Check in at hotel on arrival at Munnar. After a spicy authentic Kerala meal at the hotel at 2.30pm, we visit Eravikulam national park, one of the main tourist attractions, where you can find the endangered species of Nilgiri Tahr (mountain goat called "varayadu" in Malayalam). On a trek to Rajamala ("King of hills" in Malayalam), you can also find Gaur, Langur, lion-tailed macaque, and elephants depending on the season and time of travel. The altitude is 1,600-1,800 m above sea level. Temperature ranges from a minimum of 0 Celsius to a maximum of 28 Celsius. Warm clothes and rain gear are recommended. The Tea Museum in Munnar is perhaps the choicest of places to preserve and showcase some of the exquisite and interesting aspects on the genesis and growth of tea plantations in Kerala's high ranges. A section of the Tea museum also houses classic bungalow furniture, typewriters, wooden bathtub, magneto phone, iron oven, manual calculators and EPABX of the1909 telephone system. We head towards Munnar town, a beautiful hill station, which was the summer resort of the British. Tourists come here to see the vast tea plantations of the area. 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. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3



Breakfast at the hotel and we drive to Munnar town. If waking up to music of birds, witnessing greenery all around and experiencing cold breeze is your thing then Munnar is surely the spot that you are looking for. Munnar is famous for tea plantations, hills and nature’s green backdrop. It was once the summer resort of the British in South India. Munnar is a part of the Western Ghats and has the famous Anamudi hill which is the tallest in south India. The town is divided into two parts, Old Munnar, where the tourist information office is, where the bus station and most guest houses are located. Three rivers - Mattupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru flow through this town, but join some distance away from Munnar. Munnar is famous for its tea plantations, many of them started by the British. The "Kannan Devan" brand of tea from Tata is cultivated and processed here. The strobilanthus ("neelakurinji" in Malayalam, the local language), a blue flower which blooms only every 12 years, is found in this region. It bloomed last in December 2006. Malayalam and Tamil are the main languages spoken here. You can manage with English or Hindi. Packed lunch will be served. Next we visit the Matupetty Dam and Reservoir. The location is a very popular tourist destination. Further up from the dam is Echo Point. Tourists are expected to scream in the valley. You could shop at the stalls put up on the banks of the reservoir. The Blossom International Park is located at 3 km away from Munnar on the way to Cochin. Commencing from Headworks Dam it stretches about 15 acres. Beautiful gardens with rare varieties of plants and flowers, shady trees, facilities for water cycling, boating cycling for kids, roller skating etc. awaits you. Late evening we return to the hotel. Later at night we adjourn for a sumptuous local buffet star dinner-a variety of local delicacies.

Day 4



After breakfast check out and drive to Thekkady (4 hours drive). On arrival check in and proceed on sightseeing tour of Thekkady - one of the world's most fascinating wild life reserves. The Periyar wild life sanctuary in Thekkady is spread across 777 sq. km of which 360 sq. km is thick evergreen forest. Noted for its geomorphology, diversity of wild life and scenic beauty, the sanctuary was declared a Tiger Reserve in 1978. Optional activities like boating at Periyar Lake, spice plantation visit and elephant rides can be done at an extra cost. Overnight stay in Thekkady.

Day 5



Breakfast at the resort. Check out from Thekkady drive to Alleppey. It takes about 3 hours by road. Set out on an enchanting overnight backwater cruise in traditionally decorated houseboats. Check in time is 13:00 hrs. and cruise starts with lunch. While cruising in these floating luxury-villas, let your eyes settle on the rare and the unusual - skim past Chinese fishing nets, bowed-down paddy fields, and local inhabitants engaged in making coir (natural fibre extracted from husk of coconut) products, rustic homes, and ancient temples and swaying coconut groves. Food will be served onboard. Overnight stay in the houseboat.

Day 6



After breakfast check out from houseboat and transfer to Cochin. It takes about an hour. Popularly known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Cochin (Kochi) is one of the finest natural harbors in the world and is the gateway to the enchanting backwaters of Kerala. Kochi is the business capital of Kerala and one of the fastest growing cities in India. It comprises a group of islands scattered along the Vembanad Lake. An interesting ensemble of various cultures like the Portuguese, Jewish, English, French, Dutch and Chinese, Kochi is a tapestry of vivid and varied colours, which attracts scores of tourists far and wide to its shores. After the city tour, transfer to hotel for check in and lunch. Rest of the day free till departure flight.



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Room Type

Tour Cost (per person)

Standard Room

(Twin Sharing Basis)

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Kerala (God's Own Country)

Kerala (God's Own Country)
(5 Nights - 6 Days)

Guest(s) Minimum - 5 Nights - 6 Days

$ 600.

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