7 Days 6 Nights
Munnar (2N) – Thekkady (1N) – Kumarakom (1N) – Kovalam (2N) – (7 DAYS /6 NIGHTS )
Non-peak season prices with a 3* hotel ( BASED ON 02 ADULTS )
Adult Rate : INR 22999.00
Extra child with bed : INR 8899.00
Child without bed ( 6 – 12 yrs ) : INR 5999.00
Ask for 4 star Hotel if required
Non-peak season prices with a 4* hotel ( BASED ON 02 ADULTS )
Adult Rate : INR 27999.00
Extra child with bed : INR 11599.00
Child without bed ( 6 – 12 yrs ) : INR 7999.00
Note:Prices for tour packages are subject to availability due to high demand and peak seasons. Kindly, before making a booking, please contact us to inquire about the availability status.
Kerala is known for its unique landscape, calm backwaters, gorgeous beaches, art forms, and spices, among other things. It is also known for its lovely houseboats, huge tea plantations, one-of-a-kind eco-tourism, gorgeous architecture, Ayurvedic treatments, and a memorable cuisine experience.
Pick up from Cochin, travel to Munnar, check into the hotel, evening town tour, and overnight stay in Munnar
After breakfast, go to Munnar and explore Rajamalai (closed during breeding season), Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, Kundala Dam, Blossem Park, Tea Museum (closed Monday), and spend the night.
Munnar : Munnar is situated where three mountain streams converge: Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundale. You will find yourself in a unique environment at 1600 metres above sea level. Summers were spent at this highland resort by the former British government in South India. This charming community is noted for its picture-perfect Tea Plantation neighbourhoods, winding streets, and vacation accommodations. Munnar's local attractions include Mattupetty Dam, Kundale Lake, and Echo Point. Visit Rajamalai in the afternoon to observe the "Nilgiri Tars," one of the world's rarest species.
After breakfast, travel to Thekkady, check in at the hotel, optional spice plantation excursion, boating, elephant safari, and overnight stay in Thekkady.
Thekkady : The Periyar wild life sanctuary, which covers 777 square kilometres and includes 360 square kilometres of dense evergreen forest, is one of the world's most intriguing wildlife sanctuaries. In 1978, the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary was designated as a Tiger Reserve because of its geomorphology, wildlife richness, and scenic beauty.
Take the road to Kumarakom. Check into the hotel, then go to the Nature Preserve, have an option backwater tour, and spend a night in Kumarakom..
Kumarakom : Kumarakom is a bustling backwater town nestled on the western banks of the Vembanadu Lake, a 900-square-kilometer expanse of backwater. The hamlet clings to tradition, and the locals desire to live according to their traditional traditions. Yet, with a touch of history and culture interwoven into the fabric of everyday life, every contemporary facility is accessible, and it's very fascinating to see as you float past them in your canoe, motorboat, or houseboat, a wonderful illustration of give and take with mother nature.............naturally.
Proceed to Kovalam, check into the hotel, spend an evening at the beach, and stay overnight
After breakfast, go to Padmanabha Swami Temple, Kuthira Maligai Palace, Zoo, and Art Gallery (excluding Padmanabha Swami Temple, which is closed on Monday) and spend the night at Kovalam.
Kovalam : Kovalam is a world-renowned beach with three crescent beaches close to it. Since the 1930s, it has been a popular destination for travellers, particularly Europeans. A big rocky promontory on the beach has formed a magnificent harbour with calm seas excellent for sea bathing. Sunbathing, swimming, herbal body toning massages, unique cultural programmes, Catamaran cruise, and a variety of other activities are available at this beach. The tropical sun operates so quickly that a subtle flush of coppery tan may be seen on the skin in only a few minutes. Life on the beach begins late in the day and continues far into the night.
Between September and March is the best time to visit Kerala. During the winter, you will enjoy a nice atmosphere and lower humidity levels.Kerala's lagoons, peaceful canals, and spice plants are best explored in the winter.Ayurvedic treatments are more popular during the monsoon season, which runs from June to August.During the peak season (October-February) The temperature ranges from 10 to 25 degrees Celsius.March through May is the shoulder season.The temperature ranges from 29 to 40 degrees Celsius.June through September is the low season.The temperature ranges from 29 to 35 degrees Celsius.
Kerala uses Indian rupees as its currency.
• The Spice Market of Kochi is one of Kerala's most popular shipping destinations.
• Munnar's Mattupetty Dam market
• Cochin's Mattancherry Spice Market
• The seafood market in Kovalam
• Munnar's local town market
• Trivandrum's Sarwar bazaar
• Kochi's Broadway Street Market
• Cochin's Center Square Mall
• Trivandrum's Connemara Market
• Kochi's Lulu Mall
In Kerala, there are three main airports.
• CIAL (Cochin International Airport Limited, Nedumbassery) is a private company based in Nedumbassery, Kerala (IATA: COK)
• Vallakkadavu, Trivandrum International Airport (IATA: TRV)
• Karipur, Calicut International Airport (IATA: CCJ)
Cochin International Airport Limited is the most active and well-connected airport in Kerala, with regular aircraft connections to all major cities in India and throughout the world.
• Carry a tourist map with yourself.
• Carry mineral water with you when you're on the road.
• During the monsoon, bring clothing that dry quickly.
• To receive the best rates, book ahead of time.
• Keep a nice camera, a tripod, and extra lenses on hand.
• If Munnar and Thekkady are included in your package, bring light woollen clothing and sports shoes.
• Take the essential precautions whether walking or rafting.
• Breakfast should always be included in your hotel reservation.
• While visiting any religious site, remove all footwear, headwear, shoes, and leather things.
• Shoes should not be worn in places of worship.
• Avoid carrying heavy luggage with you when sightseeing.
• Please do not bring any heavy woollen garments.
• Avoid driving after 7 p.m. in Munnar and Thekkady due to fog and hazardous animals, and don't take photos in forbidden places.
• Lunch and dinner should not be included in your hotel package because they will raise the cost.
• While sightseeing, avoid bringing large bags with you.
• During the local village tour, do not enter anyone's home without permission.
You can provide a tip of roughly Rs.300 for the day if you rent a vehicle and the service exceeds your expectations. If the driver brought you to the shops and locations you wanted to go, rather than the normal ones where he could collect commission, make sure you tip him well. The same is true for local tour guides, and if you need their services for more than one day, you can pay Rs.300 multiplied by the number of days you need them.