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3 DAYS & 2 NIGHT
Place to Visit : Athirapally Vazhachal, Houseboat
- Day 1 : Cochin to Athirapally Vazhachal waterfalls The waterfalls attraction is a recurring motif echoing with the pulse of nature creating soothing sounds. This 80ft high famous waterfall starts calmly from the high ranges and crashes down through gorges overhung with trees. Its white spray of water appears almost magical from the rocky road that swerves around the mountain
Stay at Cochin
- Day 2 : Cochin to Alleppey Houseboat Leaving to Alleppey in the morning.
Enjoy the backwaters, scenery and different places for 21hrs in Kerala Style House boats from 12Noon
In the houseboat you will be greeted with welcome drink, tea, snacks, mineral water, lunch, dinner and breakfast.
- Day 3 : Alleppey to Cochin Visit Alleppey beach and drive to Cochin for sightseeing
Cochin sightseeing includes fort cochin, navy museum, St. Francis church, Chinese fishing net, Santa clause basilica, Mattanchery palace, Jewish synagogue, Marian drive, Marine walk way, boating, Tripunitura hill palace. You can find some time for shopping at Cochin
Our representative will leave you at Cochin Airport/Railway station/Bus stand and will do necessary support there
Drive back to your hometown with the sweet memories of Kerala trip with kerala Excursion
4 Days & 3 Nights
Place to Visit : Trivandrum, Kovalam, Kanyakumari
- Day 1 : Trivandrum-KovalamOn your arrival at Trivandrum international Airport/ Railway station, meet our executive to Welcome & receive you. Later drive to your beach resort at Kovalam the international beach destination of Kerala with shallow water for swimming and other water sports activities. After lunch enjoy the beach till the sun set in the Arabian Sea. Overnight stay.
- Day 2 : Kovalam After breakfast you will have a half day city tour to visit the iconic spots Old Travancore Kingdom’s capital Trivandrum includes, Napier Museum, Sri Chithira Art Gallery, Zoo, Padmanabhapuram Temple and adjacent Palace etc. after back to your resort and enjoy the beach. Overnight stay.
- Day 3 : Kovalam-Kanyakumari After breakfast, check out the resort and drive to Kanyakumari the southernmost tip of Indian sub continent also a fantastic tourist spot with the specialty as three major sea joints together there(Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal). It’s a holy place for Hindu Pilgrims too. On the way to Kanyakumari, you can visit Padmanabhapuram palace too as its the architecture wonder of Kerala with aesthetic & complicated wooden works. Reach Kanyakumari by noon and in the evening have a wonderful sunset from the Vivekananda rock situated in the sea. Overnight stay.
- Day 4 : After breakfast, check out the resort for onward journey from Trivandrum International Airport/Railway station.
Tour Ends With Happy Memories.
5 Days & 4 Nights
Place to Visit : Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Kumarakom House boat, Kovalam, Trivandrum
- Day 1 : Cochin - Munnar Reception at Cochin Airport/ Railway stn , Move to Munnar , 3 and a half hours, enroute sightseeing - Valara, Cheeyappara waterfalls, Karadippara view point, Check in at Hotel / Resort. Relax, Munnar town visit, Hydel park
- Day 2 : Munnar Sightseeing 9 am- Munnar sightseeing-- Eravikulam National Park at Rajamalai- famous for the rare specious of Nilgiri Tahr and an exotic flora and fona, back to Munnar, Lunch, visit to Rose garden, Mattuppety Lake & Boating, Eco Point, Kundala Dam, Tea musem, , o/n at same resort.
- Day 3 : Munnar- Thekkady Move to Thekkady- Chinnakanal view points, Anayirangal dam, Spice plantations, view points, Check into Hotel at Thekkady, relax, visit Spice market visit, Trekking into the forest and seeing wild animals at close range is a feast to the eyes Take a trek though the cardamom plantation, and farming.
- Day 4 : Alleppey - Check in House boat at NoonCheck in House boat Enjoy the Kerala backwater cruise through Vembanad Lake .Paddy Fields, Kuttanadan Backwater life,Fishing ,Toddy Shops, Backwater islands, etc. This is the only region, cultivate rice below sea level.
- Day 5 : Alleppey - Cochin 9 am- Check out, Move to Cochin, Cochin sightseeing- fort cochin Beach, Mattancheri, Jewish synagogue, Dutch Musem, St Francis Church, Marinr Drive Boating.
India’s largest shopping mall- Lulu International Shopping Mall, Kochi- International Shopping Experience. package finishes at 6 pm.
Places to visit in Kerala
- Munnar How do you paint a picture of paradise and hope to do justice? One stroke of the brush and everything may be undone. That is exactly how it is when it comes to describing the beauty of Munnar. This hill station in God’s Own Country is a spectacular stretch of silent mountains interspersed with lush green tea plantations and swaying swathes of thick forests. Though if it's adventure you're looking for then Munnar has plenty of options in terms of trekking. Hike around the majestic mountains of Munnar and take in the breathtaking beauty of this majestic hill station along the way.
- Thekkady The recipe for the perfect holiday destination - two spoonfuls of scenic beauty, one tablespoon of green pastures and lakes, a hint of romance, a pinch of exotic wildlife and a cup of spicy adventures – and we have Thekkady!There is no end to fun and exhilaration in Thekkady. The serene hills of Thekkady combine well with the dense forests to provide excellent trekking trails for adventure enthusiasts. Bamboo rafting and boating in the beautiful Periyar Lake are again a source of adrenalin gushing adventures.
- Kovalam Just 17 kilometres from the state capital, Thiruvananthapuram, in Kerala, Kovalam is another shining jewel in the crown of ‘God’s Own Country’. The word Kovalam literally translated means a grove of coconut trees. No other name could have been more apt for this beautiful beach city.For the average youngster looking for a fun escapade, Kovalam is the place to hang up your boots! There are a number of thrilling activities like surfing, swimming and motor boat rides that one can enjoy.
- AlleppeyAlthough a relatively small island, Alleppey or Alappuzha stands tall amongst the best tourist spots in Kerala. The reason isn’t difficult to fathom once you’ve witnessed the flawless beauty here. Often called the ‘Venice of the East’, owing to its serpentine network of canals and backwaters, Alleppey has grown from being a small town in Kerala to one of its biggest attractions.
- Cochin A vibrant culture and thriving port business symbolise the city of Cochin. This coastal town lends credence to Kerala’s claim of being God’s Own Country. Cochin has been bequeathed with many fond names; Queen of the Arabian Sea, Gateway to Kerala, and other local sobriquets. Cochin is a destination embellished with all the elements required to make your holiday an extraordinary one – come and enjoy yourself in God’s own backyard!
- Kumarakom Kumarakom is a peninsula of green meadows and serene backwaters and finds a place on the itinerary of every tourist travelling to Kerala. A tiny village with a cluster of even tinier islands, Kumarakom adorns the enchanting Vembanad Lake with much grace and charm.A birdwatcher’s paradise, the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is a habitat for several migratory birds and is situated on the banks of the radiant Vembanad Lake. This sanctuary is covered in rich greenery and is home to birds such as the Siberian Crane, Egret, Heron, Water-Fowl, Ducks, Moorhens and Kingfishers.
History of Kerala
- The Christians arrived from the Middle East in the 3rd century followed by the Muslims in the 8th century. The Jews who came in the early years of Christianity became traders and important part of Kerala’s history. During the many years that consisted of Feudalism, Kerala went into the conflict zone due to lack of strong, central leadership. This weakness was utilized by the Europeans who went on to explore and rule the rich land of spices and gold for two centuries. By the beginning of the 19th century, Malabar and Travancore in the north came under the British Madras Presidency. Almost after a decade of India’s independence, in 1956 modern Kerala emerged from Malabar.
Weather in Kerala
- November to February : This is the best time to visit Kerala as the weather is mild and pleasant. The average temperature during this time is between 17 degrees to 32 degrees Celsius.
- March to May : These months in summers are usually hot and dry. This is a great time to avail deals on hotel rooms as it is considered an off-season.
- June to September : June marks the beginning of the monsoon season in Kerala. Make sure you carry an umbrella or raincoat along as rain showers are frequent and heavy.