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In this Cheapest Kerala Tour Package you will get day wise itinerary plan as per the requirement of your trip. In this Package you will discover our services which you need like hotel accommodation, Cab facility, special arrangements and all the things which will make this trip remarkable for you.
Cochin to Munnar:
After breakfast enjoy City tour of Cochin - Visit the Mattancherry Dutch Palace - (closed on Fridays and public holidays), which was built by the Portuguese in 1555 and renovated by the Dutch in 1663. Visit the Jewish Synagogue-(closed on all Saturdays and Jewish holidays) in Jew Town and Fort Cochin Area. There are a couple of streets of picture-postcard houses out of another age. Visit St. Francis Church - (closed for visitors on Sundays from 08.00 to 11.00 hrs) the oldest European Church in India. It has several antiquities including a wealth of records. See the Chinese Fishing Nets, along the tip of Fort Cochin unique to this part of Kerala and living symbols of a centuries-old Chinese influence on this coast. Later depart to Munnar by road. Arrive Munnar and transfer to hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast, go for a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Enjoy the serene views which Munnar offers owing to its famous tea plantations, and visit Eravikulam National Park to watch the rich flora and fauna of the region. (Eravikulam National Park is shut from 15 Jan to 15 Mar; during these dates Park visits cannot be done but all other sightseeing tours shall be provided as per the itinerary). In the afternoon, visit Mattupetty Lake and Dam and Echo Point, famous for its echo phenomenon. Time permitting; we will visit the Tea Museum (closed on Monday & Good Friday). Overnight at the hotel.
Munnar to Thekkady:
Today after breakfast depart for Thekkady by road. Arrive Thekkady and transfer to hotel. The town also houses one of world’s most fascinating natural wildlife sanctuaries. Lying at an altitude of 700-1900m above sea level, Periyar has a cool and comfortable climate. In the afternoon, proceed for the nearby activity camp. Enjoy an Elephant ride through a small spice plantation and witness Kalaripayattu – an ancient South Indian martial art and one of the oldest fighting systems in existence today. Visit the spice market at Kumily where you can buy fresh spices. Overnight at the hotel.
Thekkady to Alleppey:
After breakfast checkout from the hotel and proceed to Alleppey an important backwater destination attracting thousands of tourists every year, who come all the way to enjoy Alleppey for what it offers. Referred to as the Venice of the East, the place is home to diverse animal and bird life. Alleppey is also famous for its beaches, marine products, coir industry and boat races. A singularity of this land is the region called KUTTANAD land of lush paddy fields referred to as the rice bowl ofKerala and one of the few places in the world where farming is done below sea level. Overnight stay is at Alleppey.
Alleppey to Varkala:
Today after breakfast depart for Varkala by road. Arrive Varkala and transfer to hotel. Go for a sightseeing tour of Varkala. Visit to Varkala Beach, Varkala Aquarium, Odayam Beach, Kappil Beach, Edava Vettakkada Beach, Janardanaswamy Temple, Sivagiri mutt, Varkala cliff. Overnight at the hotel.
Back to Home:
After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed for Airport/Railway Station to board the flights/Trains and go back to home with unforgettable memories.
!! Tour Ends With Happy Memories !!
Kerala, a state on India's tropical Malabar Coast, has nearly 600km of Arabian Sea shoreline. It's known for its palm-lined beaches and backwaters, a network of canals. Inland are the Western Ghats, mountains whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as wildlife. National parks like Eravikulam and Periyar, plus Wayanad and other sanctuaries, are home to elephants, langur monkeys and tigers.
In Kerala you can do the Following things.
Watch a Kathakali performance
Visit the Iringal Crafts Village
Watch a Kalaripayattu Bout-
Explore sandalwood forests at Marayoor
Take an elephant ride
Bamboo rafting in Periyar
Sail down Alleppey backwaters
Sip tender coconut plucked from a coconut tree
Cheer a snake boat race
Kerala has been long known to be amongst the most accessible locations in the world. Since ancient times, our unique coastline and geographical factors ensured specified trade routes with many civilisations of both the East and the West. With the advent of airways and improvements in rail and road networks, a whole new plethora of routes and passageways have opened to the State. We have provided the links and names to all important airports and railway stations below based on the specific location in the State that you wish to visit. We hope it makes planning your trip to Kerala even easier.
Ayurveda has been carefully nurtured in Kerala for more than a thousand years. From specialised treatments to prescribed diets, it is an integral part of our culture. Ayurveda is a way of life to us and not simply a method to cure ailments. Our land is blessed with several herbal medicines and these have played a crucial role in ensuring the growth of Ayurveda on our shores.