- Route: Mumbai - Cochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kovalam - Kanyakumari - Trivandram - Mumbai
- Start Point: Mumbai
- End Point: Mumbai
- Duration: 8 Days, 7 Nights
About the Destination:
- Kerala is not only one of India's most valued tourism destinations, but it is also God's very own land, thanks to its enchanting natural beauty.
- Kerala excursion package arrangement from Mumbai is well-curated to supply you with a whole excursion experience.
- Kerala is one such region in India that allows you to not just immerse yourself in the wonderful lush coastal greenery but also to revel in the ultimate bliss and serenity.
- The pleasant aspect of this Indian coastal kingdom is its climatic situation, which remains warm throughout the year and allows vacationers and travelers to partake in a variety of outdoor amusement-filled activities.
How to reach:
From all around India, regular flights to Mumbai are available. The closest airport is Mumbai's Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport. Mumbai is very well connected to the rest of India via trains. From everywhere in India, you can receive an education in Mumbai.
Day 1: Arrive at Cochin, Kochin port considering that 1341 AD
- Travel from Mumbai to Cochin on an aircraft.
- Arrive in Cochin and arrange for personal transportation to your pre-arranged hotels.
- Get ready for your day trip to Cochin by freshening yourself at the motel.
- Take a brief record stroll through the Mattancherry Palace in Kodanad, which is famed for its Elephant Education Center, where you can play with elephants close to town.
- Princess Avenue is a historic British technological location with a Dutch architectural fashion status as a shopping mall.
- At night, you might stay at the marina and dine on the surrounding avenue food.
- Live in Cochin for the night.
Day 2: Journey to the maximum coveted hill station of south India begins | Bahubali waterfalls go to optional
- Start your journey to Munnar with a healthy breakfast, and of course, you can stop by the most well-known Bahubali waterfalls on the way (Athirapilly waterfalls).
- The entire power line from Cochin to Munnar is ready to be set apart, with a few mountain and valley scenery in the center. (power output of 125 kilometers or four hours)
- After cleaning up, you might go sightseeing in the area.
- Head to Kondala Lake to appreciate the beauty and spend some quality time with your circle of family.
- You can participate in water sports at Mattupetty Dam or visit the Tata Tea Museum.
- Munnar's neighboring marketplace may be found at night.
- Munnar is a city in Kerala where you can spend the night.
Day 3: Exploring Munnar at its nice
- Start your day off right with a nutritious breakfast.
- Start your day with a trek to Top Station, Munnar's best factor, and then proceed to the Echo factor en route.
- The Lakkam, Attukul, Thoovanam, or Chinnakanal waterfalls are well-known for their plunge pools, which serve as popular picnic areas.
- Kolukkumalai tea estate is one of India's largest tea farms and a popular tourist attraction near Munnar.
- Apart from magnificent natural wonders, there are also parks, churches from the colonial period, and a few cultural centers of interest that you might see if you have time and zeal left.
- Overnight live at Munnar
Day 4: Munnar to Thekkady | Drive in India's maximum scenic street to Periyar National Park
- Prepare yourself for the jaw-dropping power from Munnar to Thekkady after breakfast | (90 km or three hrs of power)
- Beautiful sceneries, a plethora of excellent slopes, tea manors, tea processing strains, and cardamom houses are all surrounded by small streams and waterfalls on this course.
- Thekkady is a paradise for nature lovers and natural world enthusiasts, as well as a fantastic time for couples, families, and children.
- On the Periyar National Park, you may see gorgeous Bengal tigers and large mammoths. It is one of India's most beautiful and diverse natural world reserves.
- Boating on Periyar Lake, which is located in the heart of Periyar National Park. If you're lucky, you might be able to glimpse thirsty animals through the lake.'
- Visit the ancient Mangla Devi temple, which is encircled by lush Japanese ghats on all sides.
- Overnight live at Thekkady.
Day 5: Thekkady to Alleppey | Backwater capital of India or Venice of East
- After breakfast, you can travel to Alleppey. Start your journey from lush, unspoiled highlands to home amid a vast network of rivers leading to the Arabian Sea. | 139 kilometers or four hours of power
- Alappuzha, often known as Alleppey, is a community of serene canals and lagoons designed to provide Kerala's most mesmerizingly attractive and delightful experience.
- Alleppey Houseboat is a floating inn with a chef on board who will serve you supper, dinner, and breakfast. Spend some quality time with your immediate family.
- Alappuzha is a milestone in India's maritime records, having a lighthouse built by myself and a 150-year-old ancient pier extending into the sea.
- Pozhiyoram is an ideal beach for swimming and watching a beautiful sunset with the most dramatic colors of dusk.
- In a Houseboat cruising through the backwaters, you can live a happy life.
Day 6: Alleppey to Kovalam | From backwaters to Open seashores blanketed with palm timber | a 160 km or four hrs of power
- After breakfast on a backwater houseboat, embark on a magnificent journey along the coastal toll road to the lively town of seashores.
- On the Kovalam beach, try out some exhilarating water sports like surfing, parasailing, jet snowboarding, or paragliding.
- Catamaran rides across the Hawa seaside's strong tides are a must-do activity.
- On the German bakery overlooking the magnificent lighthouse seaside, try a few pastries, milkshakes, and pancakes.
- Sarees and traditional trinkets from the neighboring market swarm the lighthouse beach. Everything from wall decor to kathakali masks may be found in Kerala.
- Overnight live at Kovalam
Day 7: Kovalam to Kanyakumari | Costal power to the southern tip of India | 81 km or power of 2:30 hrs
- Following a delectable breakfast in Kovalam, your coastal adventure will take you to India's southernmost tip, where the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal converge within the Indian Ocean.
- Feel the religious significance of the Vivekanand rock memorial's unique 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 river and the sea meet, and try to tell the difference between the sea and the color blue.
- One of the prizeless things to do is to watch the sunrise and sunset on Kanyakumari's liquid horizon.
- Enjoy the best night of your life at this holy holiday place with never-ending good vibes.
- Overnight live at Kanyakumari
Day 8: Kanyakumari to Trivandram | Ending your grand excursion at Capital of Kerala | 90 km or 2:30 hrs of power
- After breakfast in Kovalam, drive to Trivandram to catch your domestic transfers.
- Try to plan domestic transportation throughout the night so you can see a couple of Trivandram's well-known temples.
- Seek blessings at the well-known Padmanabhaswamy temple, which is noted for its intricate brickwork and jaw-dropping background.
- End your Grand Kerala vacation with a lifetime of memories and a digital camera full of photos.