6 Days 5 Nights
English, Hindi, Malayalam
Munnar (2N) – Kumarakom (1N) – Kovalam (2N) – (5 NIGHTS/6 DAYS)
Non-peak season prices with a 3* hotel ( BASED ON 02 ADULTS )
Adult Rate : INR 19299.00
Extra an child with bed : INR 7599.00
Child without bed ( 6 – 12 yrs ) : INR 5199
Ask for 4* Hotels if you required
Non-peak season prices with a 4* hotel ( BASED ON 02 ADULTS )
Adult Rate : INR 24599
Extra child with bed : INR 9999.00
Child without bed ( 6 – 12 yrs ) : INR 6499.00
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 famed for its unique landscape, tranquil backwaters, clean beaches, art forms, and spices, to name a few. It’s also recognised for its beautiful houseboats, vast tea plantations, unique eco-tourism, outstanding architecture, Ayurvedic treatments, and a wonderful dining experience.
Terms and Conditions
Transfer from Cochin, travel to Munnar, check into the hotel, evening town tour, and overnight in Munnar
After breakfast, drive Rajamalai (closed during the breeding season), Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, Kundala Dam, Blossem Park, Tea Museum (closed on Monday), and spend the night in Munnar.
Munnar: Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundale are three mountain streams that meet at Munnar. The elevation is 1600 metres above sea level. This hill station was originally home to the British government's summer retreat in South India. This attractive town is known for its sprawling Tea Plantation picture-book villages, meandering alleys, and holiday facilities. Visit Mattupetty Dam, Kundale Lake, and Echo Point as part of Munnar's local sightseeing. In the afternoon, travel to Rajamalai to see the "Nilgiri Tars," an unique species.
Drive to Kumarakom check in at the hotel visit Bird Sanctuary, optional backwater cruise & overnight stay at Kumarakom.
Kumarakom : Kumarakom is a lively backwater village situated on the western banks of the Vembanadu Lake, a 900-square-kilometer expanse of backwater. The village is steeped in history, and the locals prefer to live by their own customs. Yet, with a burst of tradition and culture interwoven into the fabric of everyday life, each modern ease is available, and it's incredibly interesting to observe as you zoom past them in your raft, motor boat, or houseboat, a perfect example of giving and receiving with beauty of nature.
D Drive to Kovalam, check into the hotel, spend the evening on the beach, and stay overnight.
Following breakfast, go over to Padmanabha Swami Temple, Kuthira Maligai Palace, Zoo, and Art Gallery (except Padmanabha Swami Temple, which is closed on Monday) then stay overnight at Kovalam.
Kovalam : Kovalam is a world-famous beach with three crescent-shaped beaches close to it. Since the 1930s, it has been a popular tourist destination, particularly among Europeans. A large rocky promontory on the beach has formed a lovely harbour with calm seas that are great for swimming. Sunbathing, swimming, herbal body toning massages, unique cultural programmes, Catamaran cruise, and other activities are available at this beach. The tropical sun is so quick that a subtle blush of coppery tan may be seen on the skin in a couple of minutes. The beach life starts late in the day and lasts far into the night.
Drive to Trivandrum for Departure Transfer
From September to March, the best time to visit Kerala is. During the winter, you may expect a nice temperature and lower humidity levels.Kerala's lagoons, peaceful canals, and fragrant plants are best visited during the winter months.Ayurvedic therapy is more popular during the monsoon season, which runs from June to August.The busiest time of the year (October-February) 10°C to 25°C is the temperature range. March-May is the shoulder season.
Temperatures range from 29 degrees to 40 degrees Celsius.June to September is the off-season.The temperature ranges from 29 degrees to 35 degrees Celsius.
Kerala's currency is Indian rupees
• The Spice Market of Kochi is among Kerala's top shipping destinations.
• Munnar's market at Mattupetty Dam
• Spice market in Mattancherry, Cochin
• Fish market in Kovalam.
• Munnar's local market
• Trivandrum's Sarwar Market
• Kochi's Broadway market
• In Cochin, there is a shopping mall called Center Square Mall.
• Trivandrum's Connemara Market.
• Kochi's Lulu Mall is one of the most popular shopping destinations in the city.
Kerala has three international airports.
• Nedumbassery – CIAL – Cochin International Airport Limited (IATA: COK)
• Vallakkadavu is located near the Trivandrum International Airport (IATA: TRV)
• Karipur is a small town near the Calicut International Airport (IATA: CCJ)
Cochin International Airport Limited is the busiest and best-connected airport in Kerala, with regular aircraft connections to all major cities in India and throughout the world.
• A tourist map should be carried with you at all times.
• Carry mineral water with you on your trip.
• During the monsoon, bring clothing that dry quickly.
• To obtain the best prices, book ahead of time.
• Keep a nice camera, tripod, and extra lenses on hand.
• If Munnar and Thekkady are on your itinerary, bring light woollen clothing and sports shoes.
• For trekking and rafting, take all required precautions.
• Breakfast should always be included in your hotel stay.
• When visiting a religious site, remove all footwear, headwear, shoes, and leather things.
• In religious places, shoes should not be worn.
• Bring no heavy woollen garments.
• Avoid travelling in Munnar and Thekkady after 7 p.m. due to fog and hazardous animals, and do not take pictures in forbidden areas.
• If you want to save money, don't include lunch and dinner in your hotel package.
• When going sightseeing, avoid bringing too much luggage.
• During your local village journey, don't visit anyone's home without their permission.
When you rent a car and the service is above your expectations, you can leave a tip of roughly Rs.300 for the day. If the driver brought you to the shops and places you liked rather than the normal areas where he may collect a commission, make sure you tip the guy well. The same is true for local tour guides, and if you need their services for several days, you can pay Rs.300 multiplied by the number of days you need them, based on how delighted you were with their services.