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Kerala Tour Package

Package Duration
8 Days / 7 Nights
Destination Covered
Alleppey - Kochi - Kovalam - Kumarakom - Munnar - Thiruvananthapuram - Wayanad - Thekkady

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    About Kerala
    Kerala regionally referred to as Kovalam, is a state in the south-west region of India on the Malabar coast. It was formed on 1 November 1956 as per the States Reorganization Act by combining various Malayalam-speaking regions.

    Spread over 38,863 km2 (15,005 sq mi) it is bordered by Karnataka to the north and north east, Tamil Nadu to the east and south. Kerala is the 12th largest state by population and is divided into 14 districts with the state capital being Thiruvananthapuram.

    Malayalam is the most widely spoken and official language of the state. Kerala is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. The main tourist attractions of Kerala include the hill station of Munnar, backwaters of Kumarakom along with its house boat cruises, beaches of Kovalam, wildlife sanctuaries etc...

    There are Four Airports in Kerala, Calicut International Airport, Cochin International Airport , Trivandrum International Airport.


    Culture
    Blessed with locales that are naturally picturesque, Kerala truly deserves her title as "God's own country", which does wonders in enriching the tourism industry of kerala. Coupled with this, another important factor that draws tourists to Tamil Nadu is its rich cultural heritage, which dates back to times immemorial. Influenced heavily by the Dravidian culture, the culture of Kerala is unique in itself and still proudly preserved amongst almost all the households and families of Kerala.

    Best time to visit Kerala
    Winter:Kerala, land of backwater, palm trees and lakes can be visited any time of the year as Kerala has a very pleasant weather all across the year. Owing to such a pleasant weather, backwaters and numerous other reasons, The National Geographic Traveler Magazine has also honored Kerala as one of the "Ten Paradises of the World" and "50 Places of a Lifetime".

    Seasons
    Summer : Apr to Jun with Temperature Between 32*C - 36*C

    Monsoon : Jul to Sept with Temperature Between 19*C - 30*C

    Post Monsoon : Oct to Dec with Temperature Between 29*C - 35*C

    Winter : Jan to Mar with Temperature Between 18*C - 28*C

    How to reach
    Located in the southwestern tip of India, Kerala could be reached conveniently by air, road, rail and sea.

    By Air:The two international airports in Kerala - Thiruvananthapuram International Airport and Kochi International Airport, and a domestic airport in Kozhikode are strategically located. All public and private airlines operating regular flights link these airports to major airports in India as well as abroad.

    By Road:Kerala is easily accessible by road from any part of the country through National Highways 17, 47 and 49. Directly connected by road with Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the state of Kerala has a network between its important cities by a number of state highways and other metallic roads.

    By Rail:Most of the places in and out of Kerala are interconnected by 200 Railway Stations . Direct trains to Kerala can be availed from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Calcutta and other major Indian cities.

    By Sea:From Kochi, there are regular ships venturing towards the Lakshadweep Islands. Within the state, the backwaters of Kerala are not only a popular means of transportation, but tourist attractions as well. Presently, these internal water navigation systems are the single most popular travel product of Kerala with its Public ferry services , speed-boats and houseboats or ' ketuvallams '. Find the list of over 70 Kerala Tour Packages to plan your holiday in God's Own Country.

    Popular Cities Of Kerala
    Alleppy
    Kochi
    Kovalam
    Kumarakom
    Munnar
    Thiruvananthapuram
    Wayanad
    Thekkady

    Things To do in Kochi
    Cherai, Chinese Fishing Nets Fort Kochi, Jew Town, Marine Drive, Mattancherry Dutch palace,Princess Street,St Francis Church

    CHERAI: Located at a distance of around 35 km from Cochin (Kochi), Cherai beach is a picturesque beach, placed at the northern tip of the Vypin Island. An ideal beach to partake in swimming, this beach is an amazing mish-mash of backwaters and sea. Dotted with paddy fields and lush coconut grooves, Cherai beach is a popular attraction of the region. Take a leisure walk, soaking-in the serenity. Do not forget to collect seashells, available in various colors and shapes at the beach. Dolphin spotting is another popular activity here. The beach is quite close to the very popular Chinese fishing nets. Cherai beach has a coastline of 15 km which is very clean and ideal for sunbathing. A 400 meter long pathway has been added recently, lined by mask lamps on the edges, adding more to the charm of the place. A lot of tourist activity can be seen here during late afternoon hour. Close to the beach, there are a number of restaurants and hotels. Other highlights: Park for kids, water-scooter ride and speed boat rides Getting there Nearest railway station: Ernakulam Railway Station, around 40 km Nearest airport: Cochin International Airport, around 20 km

    JEW TOWN : Among the most popular and vibrant places in Kochi is the Jew town, alluring thousands of visitors from all parts of the globe. Basically, this town is a narrow street between Mattancherry Palace and Pardesi Synagogue. Colonial buildings around the street mark the old world charm. With its variety and rarity, the town has a lot to keep you engaged for hours. All the stuff in a way is antique and special. The antiques include beautifully carved wooden furniture and vessels. In fact, its curios are also collected and kept for sale. The unique buys also include some amazing articles of Indian, European, Chinese and Arab. In-addition, there are also some handicraft and garment shops with excellent quality products. Apart from all antiques, the major attraction of Jew town is a big Vaarpu (bronze vessel with handles on both sides). Other than this, Jew town in Kochi also boasts of shimmering jewelry, wooden pillars, crockery, wooden and metal figurines, statuettes and handicrafts like wooden elephants, wall-hangings and paintings. There are also few shops selling you attractive lamps, Chinese urns, door frames and porcelains which were once part of churches and noble families.

    MARINE DRIVE: One of the most amazing and fascinating hangout locations in Kochi is Marine drive. Basically a walkway, the place boasts of numerous shopping malls, restaurants and cafes alluring thousands of visitors from all parts of the world. The place is famed as an important hub of economic activities in Kochi. Facing the backwaters of Kochi, the northern part of walkway holds public ground where important exhibitions are hosted. The main attraction of the place is Marine walkway which offers enchanting view of scenic backwaters and Kochi harbor. The walkway starts from High court junction to Rajendra Maidan. Evenings are the best time to be at this great place when you can enjoy prettiness of tranquil sea and the setting sun. The location seems more captivating during nights too. In-addition, you can also visit the two major attractions of the place- Rainbow Bridge and Chinese Fishing Net Bridge. There is also availability of ferry which takes you to other tourist spots of the place namely Oil tanker birth, Cochin shipyard and Bolgatty palace.

    CHINESE FISHING NETS : Introduced by Chinese explorer, Zheng He, Chinese Fishing Nets are one of the unique and unusual methods, used for fishing. These fishing nets are among the most popular tourist attractions in Kochi attracting a lot of visitors to this place. Basically these are shore operated lift nets, approximately 20m high, put up on teak and bamboo poles. The entire structure is a fixed land installation and each net is handled by a group of six men. Set up on the bamboo teaks these are held horizontally with the help of huge mechanisms which are lowered into the sea. Further, for fishing these nets are descended into the sea for few minutes until they are lifted with big fishes. Even today, many local fishermen use these enormous nets in their fishing endeavors. Most importantly, one should not forget to take pictures of these amazingly structured nets and its picturesque surrounding. Located near the Fort Cochin on Vasco da Gama Square, these Chinese Fishing Nets are just few kilometers away from the main Kochi town and can conveniently be accessed by available buses and taxis from main city.

    MATTANCHERRY DUTCH PALACE: Renovated by the Dutch in 1663, Mattancherry Dutch Palace is among the most popular and iconic buildings to visit in Kochi. Put up by Portuguese in 1557, the palace is designed in typical Kerala style mansion, Nalukettu (residence of upper classes). The elegant architecture and the magnificent murals of the palace attract a lot of history buffs to this place. The entire two storied palace building boasts of several murals exhibiting the themes taken from Indian epics- Ramayana and Mahabharata and about Hindu gods, particularly Guruvayurappan. Moreover, other attractive murals depict scenes from Kumarasambhavam and great works of Kalidasa. There is also a small temple dedicated to Palayannur Bhagwati in the central courtyard of the palace and two other shrines dedicated to Lord Krishna and Shiva. You also get to see some amazing attires, turbans and weapons offering you a glimpse of lifestyle of royal families. The Mattancherry Dutch Palace in Kochi is open on all days of the week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, except Fridays. Few kilometers away from main land, palace can be easily accessed by hired taxis or cars.

    FORT KOCHI: With its European heritage and a temperament that shy away some of the best cosmopolitan towns of India, Fort Kochi is crowned as the jewel of Kerala. Existing as a small region in the city of Kochi, but a major tourist attraction, it beautifully retains the charm of its bygone era. Famous as Old Kochi or West Kochi, the region possesses a huge assortment of architectures that reflects its long history of foreign invasions and settlements. A Perfect place for history buffs and Europen charm, Fort Kochi houses various edifices of the bygone era. As one makes his way through the different corners of this wonderland, he would be likely to come across historical sites and natural harbors. Prime ancient structures in the vicinity of Fort Cochin are St Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica, Mattancherry Palace, Dutch Cemetery, Fort Emmanuel, Jewish Synagogue, Jain temple and Cochin Thirumala Devaswom temple. Besides the architectural marvels, the region also offers to have a glimpse of Kochi’s rural life. This can be best achieved on a boat ride across the awe inspiring blue lagoons in the region. Apart from this, there is always an option to spend the time in leisure at the very beautiful Fort Kochi beach.

    ST FRANCIS CHURCH : A perfect specimen of Portugese architecture, St Francis Church in Cochin is believed to be first of its kind amongst the numerous European churches built in India over the time. Being built at the start of 15th century by Portugese traders, a reflection of the colonial past of the region can be seen in its architecture. Owing to a strong historical significance, the renowned church has turned into one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cochi. During its original days, St Francis Church was just a simple wooden structure. However, when Portugese viceroy, Dom Francisco Almedia came up with the idea of reconstructing the church to the King of Cochin, he agreed. This culminated into the reconstruction of St Francis church into a stony structure in the year 1516.

    PRINCESS STREET : Colossal Colonial homes, vibrant avenues with an architecture that replicate with that of their European counterparts and a long stretch of shops. This is somewhat the picture of the very popular Princess Street in Kochi. A common hangout point for travelers in the region, the street is reminiscent of the glorified European era which Kochi was once part of. Truly intriguing, the quaint Princess Street in Kochi has turned into one of the popular tourist attractions in the region. The region is flooded with shops selling handicraft, traditional items, clothes and jewelry. Besides, tourists can even refresh themselves at the numerous spa and traditional Ayurveda centers located in Princess street. A true amalgamation of old and modern times, the street has European structures to admire as well as lip-smacking food and beverages to feed upon. So, the next time you travel to Kochi, make sure to take a stroll in the delightful and wonderful Princess Street.

    Things To do in Munnar
    Attukad Waterfalls , Eravikulam National Park, Kundala Lake , Mattupetty Dam

    ATTUKAD WATERFALLS : Attukad Waterfall is one of the most popular and scenic attractions, located between Munnar and Pallivasal in Idukki district. The place is famous for its abundant scenic beauty and tranquil ambience; alluring visitors from all parts of the world. The water cascades down from a certain height. The view is relaxing for all your senses. Tourists also enjoy this place as a great picnic spot. The best time to adore the scenic beauty of Attukad fall is during Monsoon, when the falls are in full flow and the greenery of the place sprouts entirely. You can also indulge in trekking in the green jungles.

    ERAVIKULAM NATIONAL PARK : One of the most popular national parks of Kerala, Eravikulam National Park is located along the Western Ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala. The park is spread over an area of 97 sq. km. Initially, the park was a hunting reserve of British planters. Today, it is one of the most well-known national parks of India.

    KUNDALA LAKE : Settled around 25 km from scenic Munnar, Kundala Lake is one of the amazing tourist spots in Kundala town. Surrounded by rolling hills and dense forests, Kundala is a picturesque town known for Kundala Arch Dam or Sethuparvati Dam and Kundala Lake. The striking natural scenery of Kundala Lake is worth beholding. Set yourself free and enjoy the cool breeze flowing over your face. You can also indulge in joyful boat rides on pristine lake and enjoy the passing prettiness of eucalyptus and pine trees.KUNDALA LAKE : Settled around 25 km from scenic Munnar, Kundala Lake is one of the amazing tourist spots in Kundala town. Surrounded by rolling hills and dense forests, Kundala is a picturesque town known for Kundala Arch Dam or Sethuparvati Dam and Kundala Lake.

    MATTUPETTY DAM: Located around 12km away from enchanting Munnar, Mattupetty is one of the most beautiful hill stations, best known for its alluring scenery and salubrious weather which play a key role in making the visit of every traveler memorable. Apart from being gifted with pleasant and serene ambience, scenic village is also noted for its amazing attractions. Some of the important places to visit in Mattupetty include Mattupetty Dam; a storage concrete gravity dam. Here, you can indulge in speed boat rides and horse riding. Moreover, it is an ideal picnic spot too. Another major attraction is Mattupetty Lake; surrounded with green tea farms, shoal forests and hilly woods, a great place to spend some peaceful moments.MATTUPETTY DAM: Located around 12km away from enchanting Munnar, Mattupetty is one of the most beautiful hill stations, best known for its alluring scenery and salubrious weather which play a key role in making the visit of every traveler memorable.

    Things To do in Thekkady
    Spice Plantation,Periyar National Park Fascinating wildlife sanctuaries and exotic spices are the major tourist attractions in Thekkady in Kerala. From the different types of birds to the colorful flowers, Thekkady is also home of playful elephants. Quite different from the other wildlife sanctuaries of Kerala, Thekkady is one of the most beautiful and serene locales of Kerala.

    How to Reach Thekkady: Nearest Airport: Cochin Airport: 140km, Madurai Airport: 200km Nearest Railway Station: Kottayam is 114 kms away. Tourist Attractions of Thekkady and Periyar: The tourist attractions of Thekkady are its Spice Plantations and the Periyar National Park. Fascinating wildlife sanctuaries and exotic spices are the major tourist attractions in Thekkady in Kerala. From the different types of birds to the colorful flowers, Thekkady is also home of playful elephants. Quite different from the other wildlife sanctuaries of Kerala, Thekkady is one of the most beautiful and serene locales of Kerala.

    Things to do in Alleppey
    Alappuzha became an important Kerala trade center in the olden times under the reign of Maharaja Marthandavarma , and is still an important center of the booming Kerala coir industry . The pristine sun warmed Alappuzha beaches and the exotic Ayurvedic massages offered are certain to make your holiday an unforgettable luxurious experience.

    Tourist attractions: Apart from the captivating Alappuzha Beach, you can explore the fascinating Mullukal Temple that hosts an annual music festival, the Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple, Krishnapuram Temple, Devi Temple, Chettikulangara Bhagavathy temple, Kottamkulangara Mahavishnu temple, St. Andrews Church and the Gajendra Miksham at Alappuzha. Also visit Kuttanad, called the rice bowl of Kerala because of its wealth of paddy crops, and the Champakulam Church , one of the oldest churches in Kerala, believed to be one of the seven established by St. Thomas. A prime attraction of Alappuzha is the famous annual Nehru Trophy Boat Race held at Punnamada Kayal on the Second Saturday of every August. You can be in the midst of chirping birds of all colors at Pathira Manal , located at a little distance from Alappuzha. For some shopping, visit the local bazaars and shop for rugs and carpets woven of coconut fibers and excellent quality coir. Alappuzha became an important Kerala trade center in the olden times under the reign of Maharaja Marthandavarma , and is still an important center of the booming Kerala coir industry . The pristine sun warmed Alappuzha beaches and the exotic Ayurvedic massages offered are certain to make your holiday an unforgettable luxurious experience.

    Things to do in Kumarokom
    Kumarakom is one of the most beautiful towns of Kerala which is well-known for its lush green surroundings, beautiful backwaters and unexplored natural beauty. Set on the shores of the serene Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is a picturesque town which allures tourists from all across the world.

    Tourist attractions Best known for its backwaters and houseboats, Kumarakom is also known for housing a number of tourist attractions. Star attractions of Kumarakom include Vembanad Lake, Aruvikkuzhi Falls, Kumarakom Backwaters and Kumarakom Beach. Other interesting tourist spots of the town include Bay Island Driftwood Museum, Jama Masjid and Pathiramannal. Kumarakom holds immense religious importance as it has a number of temples and churches. Major temples and churches of the town include the Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple, Ettumanoor Mahadeva Temple, St. Mary's Church at Cheriapally, and Vaikom Mahadeva Temple. Kumarakom is one of the most beautiful towns of Kerala which is well-known for its lush green surroundings, beautiful backwaters and unexplored natural beauty. Set on the shores of the serene Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is a picturesque town which allures tourists from all across the world.

    Things to do in Kovalam
    Tourist attractions in Kovalam Kovalam is renowned for its beaches, namely Lighthouse Beach, Samudra Beach and Hawa Beach. For someone looking for an insight of traditional Kerala, Veli Lagoon is a must-visit tourist village. And for art-lovers, The Government Art Museum and Sree Chithra Art Gallery are good options. You may indulge in shopping for the items like handicrafts, jewelries, clothing, souvenirs etc.Tourist attractions in Kovalam

    Things to do in Trivandrum
    Tourist attractions in Thiruvananthapuram The golden sandy beaches, beautiful backwaters, rich heritage, historic monuments and shrines of Thiruvananthapuram allure tourists from all across the globe. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple is one of the most revered temples in South India. Agastya Mala Peak, Akkulam Lake, Kovalam, Veli Lagoon are some of the favorite tourist spots. Other attractions of the city include Karamana River, Neyyar Dam and Wildlife Sanctuary, Napier Museum and Kanakakkunu Palace. Tourist attractions in Thiruvananthapuram

    Things to do in Wayanad
    Tourist Attractions in Wayanad Following are some of the famous tourist attractions in Wayanad, which you can explore while on a tour to Wayanad-Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary: Situated next to the protected area network of Nagarhole and Bandipore National parks of Karnataka and Mudumalai of Tamil Nadu, this wildlife sanctuary is renowned for its tigers and leopards. Lakkidi: Well-known as the gateway to Wayanad, Lakkidi is a hill station perched at the top of the Thamaraserri Ghat pass, 700 m above sea level. Thusharagiri Waterfalls: This rippling waterfall is snuggled in the Western Ghats. Kalpetta: The headquarters of Wayanad District, Kalpetta was a stronghold of the Jains in ancient times. The famous Ananthanathaswamy Jain Temple is situated at Puliyarmala near Kalpetta. Pookot Lake: This natural fresh water lake near Kalpetta is encircled by meadows and trees on all sides. Banasura Dam: This is the largest earth Dam in India, situated about 15 km northwest of Kalpetta. Surrounded by blue hills, it is an ideal picnic spot. Valliyoorkavu Festival: This annual festival is celebrated at the Bhagavathy temple at Valliyoorkkavu, 3 km from Mananthavady town in Wayanad district in the month of March.

  • Arrival at Cochin

    Description :

    Welcome to Gods Own Country, upon arrival our ever smiling representative will greet you and will later escort you to the hotel in Cochin. Check in and relax for a while amidst the comforts of your room. Later, move for a half day city leisurely walk around the city of Cochin. Cochin which is having the best preserved history of colonial times and the ideal way to bring it alive is to take a walk down memory lane. Surrender to the comfort of your bedroom at the hotel for the night as your tour starts the day after.

    Cochin to Munnar

    Description :

    After breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed to Munnar. On arrival, check in to your hotel and spend the day at leisure. Have a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

    Munnar

    Description :

    After a hearty breakfast, go on a sightseeing tour of Munnar visiting the Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Old Munnar Town and the town market. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. Stay overnight at the hotel.(Eravikulam National Park is shut from 15 Jan to 15 Mar; during these dates Park visit cannot be done but all other sightseeing shall be provided as per itinerary).

    Munnar to Thekkady

    Description :

    After a delectable breakfast, check out of the hotel. Drive to Thekkady and reach by afternoon. Check into the hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure or take an optional boat cruise in Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Stay overnight at the hotel.

    Thekkady to Alleppey

    Description :

    After an appetizing breakfast, check out of the hotel. Drive to Alleppey and reach by afternoon. Check into the hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure or take an optional cruise on the backwaters. Stay overnight at the hotel.

    Alleppey - Kovalam

    Description :

    Drive to Kovalam and on arrival, check into the hotel and enjoy the beach's of Kovalam.

    Kovalam

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    After breakfast, go On a sightseeing to Trivandrum to visit Padmanabha Swami Temple & Museum. Enjoy the day at leisure. Opt for a rejuvenating Ayurvedic body massage (on direct payment basis).

    Kovalam - Trivandrum

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    After a delectable breakfast, take a transfer to the airport or railway station in Trivandrum to board train/flight for onward journey.





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