Glimpse of Kerala – 09 Nights & 10 Days - Arrival Cochin, Pick-up at hotel
Free for childrens up to 10 years
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Kerala is a perfect destination for adventure, culture and relaxation. With its laid-back beach scene, swaying elephant rides and gentle houseboat cruises along tropical backwaters, you’ll soon see why National Geographic Traveller voted Kerala one of its ten Paradise Found’ There are many fascinating elements that make Kerala a good tourist spot. Of them the thick forests with coconut trees allure many people all over the world. The hospitality shown by the keralites makes people to visit Kerala often. The Literacy rate here is almost 100%, the only state to have all literates in India.
An excellent introduction to Kerala,South India. Covering the colonial port city of Cochin, the tea plantations of Munnar, a walk in the wild with tribal trackers in Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, the picturesque backwaters of Kerala where cultivation is done below sea-level and the famous Kovalam Beach
Cochin » Munnar » Periyar » Houseboat » Kovalam
Tour includes :
Vibrant Port Town, Tea Hills, Cultural Dances, Wildlife Resort Stay, Spice Plantation Visits, Jungle Treks, Houseboat Cruise, Beach Resort Stay.
Fly with Emirates or similar, with a change en route.
You are met on arrival and transferred to the colonially influenced Fort Cochin region of the city for two nights at the Brundon boatyard/Inter continental, a restored colonial bungalow. The afternoon is free to relax; later enjoy a sunset cruise on Cochin harbour.
Spend this morning taking in the sights of Fort Cochin. Having been under the control of the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British, Fort Cochin has a rich and varied history. Explore the busy streets by foot and wander through the Dutch Palace with its murals of India’s mythological epic, The Ramayana. Also visit the church of St Francis, which is India’s oldest, and the Chinese fishing nets.
After breakfast pay a visit to the Synagogue and then carry on by car to the cool fresh air of Munnar, which is covered by sprawling tea estates. Stay at either the tall trees or tea county for the night. The afternoon is free for you to explore this hilly region.
From Munnar head south today through beautiful countryside to the Cardamom Hills which cradle the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Two nights are spent at the spice village
An exciting walk through the forest with local tribal trackers is organised this morning. The afternoon is free, with the option of taking a shared boat ride on Lake Periyar to spot wild elephant.
Drive to Alleppey this morning and stay at the Akkarakalam Memoirs, a restored bungalow in the heart of Kerala’s famous backwaters. Life has a pace all of its own here and a sunset cruise is the perfect way to unwind.
After breakfast a short drive brings you to the beaches of Kovalam. Stay at the Travancore Heritage Hotel, a first class resort on a cliff overlooking the beach. The day is spent at leisure.
Return flight from Trivandrum airport via the Middle East.
|Brundon boatyard / Inter continental|
|Tall trees/Mountain club|
|Spice village/Anavilasam/Elephant court|
|Travancore heritage/Uday samudra|
Rates starts from INR 60,000/- per person ($ 970)
Meal Plan: Bed & breakfast
Season: June to September; October – January can also be considered.
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