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Kerala exotic Tour Packages 5 Days 4 Nights

Kerala, India
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Duration

5 Days 4 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

English, Hindi, Malayalam

Overview

Munnar (2N) – Thekkady (1N) – Kumarakom (1N)

Kerala is known for its distinct landscape, calm backwaters, pristine beaches, art forms, and spices, among other things. It’s also known for its lovely houseboats, huge tea plantations, one-of-a-kind eco-tourism, spectacular architecture, Ayurvedic treatments, and a memorable gastronomic experience.

Non-peak season prices with a 3* hotel

INR 15299 for adults

INR 6799 for a child with a bed.

INR 2999 for a child without a bed (6–12 years).

Ask for 4 star Hotel if required

Non-peak season prices with a 4* hotel

INR 19299 (adult)

INR 9499 for a child with a bed.

INR 5999 for a child without a bed (6–12 years).

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Echo Point in Kerala
  • Kundela Dam, Blossom Park
  • and the Tea Museum are all located in Rajamalai Mattupetty Dam.
  • Optional backwater cruise
  • Spice plantation tour, boating
  • Elephant safari
  • Bird sanctuary

Itinerary

Day 01 - Cochin - Munnar
Day 01 - Cochin - Munnar

Pick-up from Cochin, travel to Munnar, check-in to the hotel, evening town tour, and overnight stay in Munnar

Day 02 - Munnar
Day 02 - Munnar

After breakfast, will 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. In Munnar.

Munnar is located at the meeting point of three mountain streams: Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundale. 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, scenic 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.

Day 03 : Munnar - Thekkady
Day 03 : Munnar - Thekkady

Drive to Thekkady after breakfast, check in to the hotel, optional spice plantation tour, boating, elephant safari, and overnight stay in Thekkady.

Thekkady: The Periyar wild life sanctuary, which spans 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 due to its geomorphology, wildlife richness, and scenic beauty.

Day 04 : Thekkady – Kumarkom
Day 04 : Thekkady – Kumarkom

To Kumarakom, drive Check into the hotel, then go to the Bird Sanctuary, have a backwater tour, and spend the night in Kumarakom.

Kumarakom: A thriving backwater hamlet, Kumarakom is a small hamlet nestled on the western banks of the Vembanadu Lake, a 900-square-kilometer tract of backwater. The hamlet is steeped in history, and the locals choose to live by their own rules. Yet, with a dash of tradition and culture interwoven into the fabric of everyday life, every modern convenience is available, and it's truly fascinating to observe as you glide past them in your canoe, motor boat, or houseboat, a perfect example of give and take with mother nature

Day 05 : Kumarkom - Cochin

Transfer to Cochin Airport for Departure

Included/Excluded

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Accommodation in the above-mentioned Category Hotels or Similar
  • Transportation costs are calculated based on the itinerary and include driver batta, night halts, parking, and tolls in an a/c sedan vehicle.
  • Meals not included on the itinerary,
  • Entrance fees to sites and palaces, and anything not specified in the inclusions. Porterage at hotels and airports, gratuities, insurance, laundry, liquors, wine, and other personal goods Any costs incurred as a result of natural disasters like as landslides and roadblocks
  • Only non-AC rooms are offered in Munnar, Thekkady, Ooty, Kodaikanal, and Coorg because they are hill stations Charges for Ayurveda

Durations

5 Days 4 Nights

Cities

Kumarakom (1N)
Munnar (2N)
Thekkady (1N)

Tour's Location

Kerala, India

FAQs

When is the ideal time to visit Kerala?
The best time to visit Kerala is between September and March. Winter brings a nice environment and pleasant weather with reduced humidity.
Winter is the ideal time to visit Kerala's lagoons, peaceful canals, and fragrant crops.
People prefer ayurvedic therapy during the monsoon season, which lasts from June to August.During the peak season (October-February) The temperature ranges from 10°C to 25°C.Shoulder season lasts from March through May.The temperature ranges from 29°C to 40°C. June through September is the low season.The temperature ranges from 29°C to 35°C.
What is the currency in Kerala?
Kerala's currency is the Indian rupee.
Where can we go shopping during our Kerala trip?
Here are the best shipping locations in Kerala's Spice Market in Kochi.

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
Where is the closest airport to Kerala?
Kerala is served by three main airports.
Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL), Nedumbassery (IATA: COK)
Vallakkadavu International Airport, Trivandrum (IATA: TRV)
Karipur International Airport, Calicut International Airport (IATA: CCJ)
Cochin International Airport Limited is the most active and well-connected airport in India and the world, with regular flight services to all major cities
What are the must-dos and must-don'ts when visiting Kerala?
• Do's : Bring a tourist map with you.
• Carry mineral water with you while you travel.
• Pack clothing that will dry quickly during the monsoon.
• To receive the greatest discounts, make a reservation ahead of time.
• Maintain a high-quality camera, as well as a tripod and extra lenses.
• If Munnar and Thekkady are on your itinerary, bring light woollen clothing and sports shoes.
• Take the required precautions for trekking and rafting.
• Breakfast should always be included in your accommodation package.
• When visiting any religious site, remove your footwear, headwear, shoes, and leather things.

Don’ts:

• Shoes are not permitted in religious sites.
• While sightseeing, avoid bringing large amounts of luggage with you.
• Carry no thick woollen clothing.
• Due to fog and dangerous animals, avoid travelling after 7 p.m. in Munnar and Thekkady, and do not snap photographs in prohibited areas.
• Do not add lunch and dinner in your hotel package that will cost you higher price
• Don’t enter into anybody’s home without permission during the local village trip.
Tip Tour Guides in Kerala Taxi drivers and houseboat crew in Kerala?
When you hire a car and the service exceeds 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 are using their services for numerous days, you can pay Rs.300 multiplied by the number of days of service, based on how satisfied you were with their services.

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