Places covered: Cochin-Munnar-Thekkady-Kumarakam-Alleppey-Kovalam-Trivandrum

Duration: 7 Nights & 8 Days


C’mon World. South India always indicates different frames of India. The cultural vastness, pleasantly the beautiful form of nature, hill stations, and backwaters and art forms-more than enough reasons to be here and Kerala is the destination of a lifetime.  Welcome to the home of palm trees, spices, exotic beaches, beautiful lagoons, wonderful natural scenarios and famously known as ‘God’s Own Country’. 

DAY 1-Arrive Cochin

You will get a warm welcome at Cochin Airport/ Railway station/ Bus station. Meet our representative and straight to the hotel and freshen up. After refreshing get ready for local sightseeing of the city of coastal Kerala. Sightseeing: The unique fishing nets, Fort Cochin, Mattanchery Palace, St. Francis Church, Dutch Cemetery, Jewish Synagogue, Dutch Palace, Hill Palace, and Bolghatty Palace. You can enjoy Boating at Marine Drive. In the evening you will be taken to Lulu shopping mall and after shopping, you can enjoy the cultural and artistic form called Kathakali and return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 2- Cochin to Munnar

Soon after breakfast, you will be driven to  Munnar. A breathtakingly beautiful and peaceful destination in God’s own country. This place is known for its scenic beauty not only in Kerala but also in Kerala. The tea plantation and nature welcomes you with nature-friendly climate. Check in to the hotel and the rest of the day is for your leisure.


Spending even a week in this place seems less. Get up in the total bliss of Munnar. Enjoy the lovely breakfast and check out from the hotel and leave for the Tea Museum where you can learn the processing of the favorite brew of India.   On the way, you can enjoy waterfalls and other natural beauties. Mattupetty Dam, Echo point, Kundala Dam are the main sights there. At the name signifies Munnar is the confluence of three rivers. Afternoon Eravikulam national park will be visited. This park is basically known for Nilgiri Tahr and the flower ‘Neelakurinji’ bloom once in 12 years.

DAY 4 Munnar to Thekkady

Get ready for the next destination. The next morning early after breakfast pack up your bags and move on. It’s about 4 hours drive. After arrival check into the hotel or jungle lodge. Afternoon enjoys the boat ride through the jungle sites of Periyar Lake. This ride makes possible to see the wildlife and birds. Thekkady is known for its wildlife corridor. Periyar Wildlife sanctuary is a mixture of colors with different animals like elephant, tiger, bison, langur, sambar and a number of other animals. For dinner and night stay move on to the chosen hotel.

 DAY-5 Thekkady to Kumarakam

Begin the day with a splendid breakfast. Pack your bag for the next destination. Kumarakam next destination is known for its backwaters. Bird sanctuary lagoons, paddy fields and attractions of the places are numerous. Afternoon you can enjoy the local life and At night there will be an Ayurvedic massage with explicit the culture of South India.

DAY-6 Kumarakam to Alleppey

Alleppey is just a 45 minutes drive from Kumarakam. A wide range of cruise options is available here. From small country boats to luxury houseboats are preferred for a cruise through the canals. Kerala’s backwaters hub and houseboats are traditionally known as ‘kettuvallam’ have the required number of rooms comes with a well-trained chef. Set out on a captivating backwater voyage and let your eyes explore the enchanting coconut tree forest. 

DAY-7 Alleppey to Kovalam

On the seventh day relax on the beautiful beaches of Kovalam and proceed with local sightseeing of Trivandrum. This capital city of Kerala is popular as Hindu religious sight and the temple in the name of Lord Shiva is quite famous. There are a lot of sights including the Pamanabhapuram Palace and Government Archaeological museum. 

DAY-8 Departure from Trivandrum

Tour comes to an end today. Have your splendid breakfast of local dishes of Kerala. Pack your bag and our executives will pick you and you will be transferred to Trivandrum Airport/ Railway station

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