Exotic KERALA

Mesmerizing beauty of God's Own Country.

  • Days / Nights
    6 Days/ 7 Nights
  • Places Covered
    Munnar | Thekkady | Allepey | Cochin
  • Location
    South, India
  • Pricing
    Premium: AED 2800
    Luxury: AED 3250
  • Experiences
    Nature | Backwaters | Sea coast
  • Categories
    Asia Pacific, Nature

What you get

Inclusions:
▪ 02 Nights stay at Munnar
▪ 02 Nights stay at Thekkady
▪ 01 Night stay in premium houseboat at Alleppey
▪ 01 Night stay at Cochin
▪ Daily breakfast
▪ Full board meals in houseboat
▪ Welcome drinks on arrival at hotels
▪ One full body massage for 45 mins
▪ Arabic/English Speaking driver
▪ All transfers and tours by A/C vehicle (Toyota Innova)
▪ All applicable taxes

Exclusions:
▪ Airfare
▪ Travel Insurance
▪ Lunch and Dinner
▪ Any other expenses not mentioned in the itinerary


# Destination Premium (4*) Luxury (5*)
1 Munnar Leaf Resorts Fragrant Nature
2 Thekkady Club Mahindra Elephant Court
3 Alleppey Premium Houseboat Luxury Houseboat
4 Cochin Starlit Suites Le Meridien

Tour Itinerary

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Welcome to “God’s Own Country”. After a traditional 'Swagat' (Welcome) our representative would meet & assist you at the airport and proceed to Munnar. Munnar is one of the most popular hill stations in India, Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. Located at 1600 Mts. above sea level, this was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture book owns, winding lanes, trekking and holiday facilities make Munnar a unique experience. While on road enjoy the scenic beauty of Munnar. Arrive at Munnar, check-in to hotel and relax. Overnight stay at hotel.

Morning post breakfast we head for a half-day tour of Munnar, visiting the world's highest tea estates spread like a green carpet over hundreds of kilometers, Lush green hills all around - a place to be seen to be believed. Then visit a one-of-a- kind tea museum - the Tata Tea Museum, which was set up to cater to tea aficionados and connoisseurs, as well as people who are curious to learn the process of tea-making. The museum preserves the tea legacy of the town, showcasing exquisite varieties of tea, photographs, mementos, and machinery used in the processing of these aromatic tea leaves. The museum remains closed on Monday and Good Friday. After that visit Eravikulam National Park. The first national park of Kerala and a UNESCO world heritage site, Eravikulam is home to an immense population of endangered mountain goat, Nilgiri Tahr and variety of flora and fauna. Further adding to its beauty is the highest peak in southern India, Anamudi. While exploring the park, you could spot Nilgiri langurs, leopards, tigers and Indian bison. Also, it is known for blooming wild balsams and orchids. The park remains closed for visitors from 29th January 2018 to 31st March 2018 due to the calving season of Nilgiri Tahr. After that proceed to Mattupetty Dam. Flanked by steep hills and lush green tea plantations, Mattupetty Dam is known for its beautiful lake. View of the valley from the dam is breathtaking, which makes it quite famous amongst locals to enjoy a picnic. While here, travelers could choose to enjoy a picturesque cruise or stroll around and see elephants. The dam is located in the middle of lush green tea plantations and forests and is an ideal place for trekking. Then visit one of the popular sightseeing places in Munnar is the Echo Point which is located at 15 kilometers away from Munnar. The point is known for its natural echo phenomenon which is what attracts tourists from all over. People can hear their name reverberating around the surroundings again and again as they shout out their name. Situated at an altitude of 600 ft. above sea level, it also offers a spectacular view of the enchanting valleys below and surroundings covered in a blanket of lush greenery. Tourists can take a stroll, soak in the misty landscape or take an exciting boat ride in a nearby lake. Since, the echo point can only be reached by trekking, it is suggested to wear comfortable shoes. After the tour transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

In the morning after breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed to Thekkady. Home to the country's largest Tiger Reserve- Periyar, Thekkady is a great way to enjoy a jungle vacation. Upon arrival we will proceed to explore Periyar Wild Sanctuary. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a great number of rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. Also, a notable tiger and elephant reserve, the Park is placed in a protected area of the Idukki and Pathanamthitta districts of Kerala. The sanctuary is inhabited by Nilgiri tahr, Jungle Cat, lion-tailed macaque, Bengal tiger, Indian elephant, gaur, sambar, a unique population of birds and many other species. After the tour transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast proceed to explore Periyar Lake and experience the boating in Periyar lake. A beautiful artificial lake amidst the lush Periyar Tiger Reserve, Periyar lake is a famous attraction that often witnesses the presence of Asian Elephant, Bengal Tiger, Indian Bison and Sambar Deer as they often come here to quench their thirst. The lake is known for offering an exciting boat safari and witness the magnificent wildlife of Kerala reveling in their natural habitat. In your quest for wildlife, you might even spy lovely creatures such as Malabar hornbills and flying squirrels. Also, the lake is home to several species of fish like Mahseer, the famous and endangered game fish of India. After the experiencing the boating proceed to explore the Spice Garden. Located in the lush green environs of Thekkady, Chillies Spice Garden is a perfect place to get an insight into the flavours of South India. Learn and witness the process involved in the cultivation of these flavourful spices that associate with the name of South Indian food. From a variety of spices like cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, etc. to varied kinds of herbs and coffee, the garden is sure to leave you amazed. Take a whiff, feel and even taste these flavours in order to understand their nature. Feel refreshed to your soul as you step into the nourishing world of spices. After transfer to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed to Alleppey. Alappuzha (Alleppey) is known as ‘the Venice of the East’. Offering the best tourist places in Alleppey, this charming place is the hub of Kerala’s backwaters and is home to a huge network of backwaters and more than thousand houseboats. Upon arrival after sightseeing check-in to houseboat. The houseboats you find in the backwaters of Alappuzha are in fact a reworked version of the Kettuvallams of olden times. Kettuvallam is a Malayalam word, ‘Kettu’, means living structures and ‘Vallom’ means boat. The modern houseboats are equipped with all the comforts of a good hotel room like air conditioners, modern toilets, cozy living rooms, a kitchen and even a balcony for angling. An uninterrupted view of life in the backwaters fringed with coconut trees can be enjoyed from a houseboat. A perfect place to unwind with its laidback canals and lush greenery. So, get ready to wander around this small but chaotic city center and bus-stand area, with its modest grid of canals. Head west to the beach or in practically any other direction towards the backwaters and Alleppey becomes elegant and greenery-fringed, waning into a watery world of hamlets, punted canoes, toddy shops and, of course, houseboats. Float along and gaze over paddy fields of succulent green, curvaceous rice barges and village life along the banks. Indeed, it is here that nature has spent upon the land her richest bounties. Come and explore the best tourist places in Alleppey. Overnight stay at houseboat. (Breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner will be provided in the houseboat).

In the morning after breakfast checkout from houseboat and proceed to Cochin. Set on a magnificent estuary, serene Kochi has been drawing traders, explorers and travellers to its shores for over 600 years. Nowhere else in India could you find such an intriguing mix: giant Chinese fishing nets, a 450-year-old synagogue, ancient mosques, Portuguese- and Dutch-era houses and the crumbling remains of the British Raj.
Out of all the places you will see here the most admirable is the Jewish Synagogue. Also known as Mattancherry Synagogue, it was built by Jews. What is attractive here is the Glass work, Chinese titles, Belgian Chandeliers and the wall paintings.The second place you will visit is the Dutch Palace built by Portuguese in 1557, as a gift to the then King. A 2 story building, it has a central courtyard and a number of temples inside it. Nearby is the Santa Cruz Basilia and St. Francis Church. After visiting these, we will move on to see the Indian Portugese Museum, established by Dr. Kurtheera. It has got 5 sections including Altar, Treasure, Procession, Civil Life and Cathedral.
In the evening we shall take you to Cherai Beach. (Enroute we will pass by the Cochin harbour. Here you can see hundreds of ships fastened in all colours and sizes). It is one of the most alluring beaches of Cochin. It also happens to be the longest beach of Cochin. It’s the place where you enjoy the scenic beauty of beach and the Chinese Fishing Nets which make it an altogether different place to be in. Made up of teak wood and bamboo poles, these are famous for the way they are designed.
After Cochin city tour proceed to hotel and checkin. Overnight stay at hotel

After breakfast checkout from hotel. We will transfer you back to Cochin International Airport for departure to your home country. Tour ends!!!!