- Start Point: Kochi
- End Point: Trivandrum
- Route: Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kovalam - Kanyakumari - Trivandrum
- Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights
About the Tour:
Embark at the remarkable adventure to God's very own land, Kerala. This tailored excursion package deal will take you through the mountains of Western Ghats via the serene backwaters of Kerala. Explore the community of brackish lagoons and lakes to lovely seashores of this southern kingdom even as witnessing the extremely good neighborhood subculture and attempting out the genuine delicacies of Kerala. This excursion will slowly get to the bottom of the mystical mysteries of Kerala providing you with sufficient time to recognize its splendor.
How to reach:
- By Air: Cochin International Airport (CIAL), about 25 kilometers north of Kochi town at Nedumbassery, handles all domestic and international flights.
- By Train: Ernakulam Town and Ernakulam Junction are the two main railway stations in Kochi. These stations are properly connected to all of India's major cities.
- By Road: Kochi is well connected to its surrounding towns and states. The town is connected to Mumbai, Kozhikode, Mangalore, Bengaluru, Chennai, and Goa through the NH17.
Day 1: Arrive at Kochi | One of the Most Important Port City Since 1341 AD
- Arrive in Kochi, where you will be greeted by a consultant who will assist you with non-public transfers to your pre-arranged lodgings.
- Get ready for your local sightseeing excursion by freshening up at the motel.
- Take a trip inside Mattancherry Palace while listening to short records.
- Then go to Kodanad, where you can play with elephants at a well-known Elephant Schooling Center.
- Walk down Princess Street in search of excellent British and Dutch architectural style buildings, as well as souvenirs from the market.
- At night, you can relax along the water's edge and sample some of the neighborhood's delights.
- Overnight live on the motel in Kochi.
Day 2: Travel to Munnar | The Most Coveted Hill Station of South India
- Begin your journey in the direction of Munnar after a substantial breakfast. Along the way, you can take an optional diversion to the most well-known Bahubali waterfalls (Athirappilly Waterfalls).
- Apart from a few picturesque views of the mountains and valleys, the entire pressure from Kochi to Munnar is ready.
- After arriving in Munnar, check into the motel and freshen yourself before going out for some local sightseeing.
- If you want to spend some quality time with your family, travel to Kundale Lake to appreciate the beauty of nature.
- On your way back, stop at Mattupetty Dam to try out some excellent water sports or pay a visit to the Tata Tea Museum.
- In Munnar, you can find a neighborhood market later in the evening.
- Overnight live in Munnar.
Day 3: Excursion to Top Station | Take the Scenic Route in and around Munnar
- Start your day off right with a nutritious breakfast.
- You can then hike to Top Station, Munnar's best factor, and then to Echo Factor along the route.
- Visit beautiful waterfalls such as Lakkam, Attukad, Thoovanam, or Chinnakanel, which are famed for their plunge pools and serve as popular picnic places.
- You can also visit the Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, which is one of India's largest tea estates and a popular tourist attraction in Munnar.
- Aside from magnificent natural wonders, there are also parks, colonial church buildings, and a few cultural areas of importance to see, and if you have time and zeal left, you may cover those locations as well.
- Overnight live at Munnar.
Day 4: Munnar to Thekkady | Drive Through India's Most Scenic Road to Periyar National Park
- Prepare yourself for the jaw-dropping pressure from Munnar to Thekkady after breakfast.
- Beautiful sceneries, many excellent slopes, tea manors, tea manufacturing strains, and cardamom houses may all be found along this trail, which is flanked by little streams and cascades.
- Thekkady is a haven for nature lovers and enthusiasts, providing fantastic entertainment for couples, families, and children alike.
- Enjoy a close encounter with majestic Bengal Tigers and big Elephants in Periyar National Park, one of India's most beautiful and diverse natural world sanctuaries.
- You may also go boating in Periyar Lake, which is located in the center of Periyar National Park, and if you're lucky, you can spot thirsty creatures while doing so.
- Visit the ancient Mangla Devi Temple, which is surrounded by the lush flora of the Eastern Ghats.
- Overnight live at Thekkady.
Day 5: Travel to Alleppey | The Backwater Capital of India or the Venice of the East
- After breakfast, drive to Alleppey to begin your journey from lush green mountains to the home of a vast network of waterways within the Arabian Sea.
- Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a calm canal and lagoon village that is a great way to experience Kerala's most mesmerizingly wonderful and delightful experience.
- Check into one of Alleppey's well-known houseboats, which may be floating inns with cooks and attendants on board and are excellent for spending some quality time with family.
- Alleppey is a historical site in India's maritime records, with a lighthouse built by myself and a 150-year-old pier extending into the sea.
- Pozhiyoram is an ideal beach for swimming and watching a beautiful sunset with the most dramatic colors of dusk.
- Enjoy a single day of happiness aboard a Houseboat cruising through Alleppey's backwaters.
Day 6: Alleppey to Kovalam | From Backwaters to Open Beaches Covered with Palm Trees
- Begin your magnificent experience at the coastal motorway to the lively town of seashores, Kovalam, after breakfast in the backwaters houseboat.
- On the Kovalam seaside, try out some amazing water sports like surfing, parasailing, jet snowboarding, or paragliding.
- Catamaran rides on Hawa Beach at high tides are a must-do activity.
- The German Bakery, which overlooks the lovely Lighthouse Beach, serves pastries, milkshakes, and pancakes.
- With the help of Lighthouse Beach, you can also keep sarees and traditional items out of the local market's tumult.
- Overnight live on the motel in Kovalam.
Day 7: Kovalam to Kanyakumari | Coastal Drive to the Southern Tip of India
- You may begin your coastal pressure to the southernmost tip of India where the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal meet the Indian Ocean after a refreshing breakfast at Kovalam.
- On the religious website of the Vivekanand Rock Memorial, you can get a sense of the memorial's particular mystical significance.
- Thiruvalluvar's colossal statue is based on the memory of Thiruvalluvar, a well-known Tamil poet, and logician.
- Take a swim in the Triveni Sangam, where the seas converge and try to tell the difference between the sea and the seas.
- One of the most significant things you should do is watch the sunrise and sunset on Kanyakumari's liquid horizon.
- Spend the night in Kanyakumari's religious holiday spot with inexhaustible real vibes.
Day 8: Travel to Trivandrum | The Jewel withinside the Emerald Necklace that Kerala is for the Indian Sub-Continent
- After breakfast in Kanyakumari, return to Trivandrum to catch your flight/teach domestically once more.
- Try to purchase tickets for internal transfers departing from Trivandrum late at night so that you can visit the city's well-known temples.
- Seek benefits on the well-known Padmanabhaswamy Temple, which is noted for its challenging stonework and jaw-dropping backdrop.
- This will bring the voyage to a close with a bag full of lifelong memories.