Places Covered          :  Cochin – Munnar – Thekkady – Alleppey
Tour Theme              : Hill stations, Wild Life, Backwaters
Duration                     : 05 Nights & 06 Days
Tour Type                  : Group Tour
Hotel Category          : 4 Star Hotels
Meal Plan                   : All Meals
Vehicle                        : A/c Coach
Departure Dates       : 11th Feb, 11th Mar, 11th April, 11th May

Departure City          : Ex Cochin

Cost / Person : Rs 19,999/-*

Day 01: Arrive at Cochin
When you arrive at Cochin Airport / Railway station / Bus station, you will be greeted by our representative. Later transfer to Hotel / Resort and check in to the pre-booked one. Once you check-in at a hotel for a one-night stay, you have the rest of the day to spend at your leisure.
Highlights of Cochin

Ø  Fort Kochi Harbour
Ø  Jewish synagogue
Ø  Dutch Palace
Ø  Chinese Fishing Nets
Ø  Grave of Vasco da Gama in St. Francis Church

Meals : Dinner

Day 02: Cochin to Munnar (140 km / 04 Hours)          
Morning breakfast, Later Check out and proceed to picturesque township of Munnar, famous for tea estates. Located 1,600 metres above the sea level, this hill station is a slice of India’s historic past: this was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British government in south India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture-perfect towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular holiday destination.
Munnar offers a haven of peace and tranquillity within the verdant hills of Kerala. The picturesque potential of the lofty Western Ghats first came into prominence as one of the favoured summer resorts of British colonialists. En route you will pass many sprightly waterfalls, vistas of high mountain ranges capped by low clouds.

Highlights of Munnar

Ø  Cheyapara Waterfalls
Ø  Spice Garden
Ø  Tea Garden
Ø  Cultural Show (Kathkali or Martial Art)

Once you check in at a hotel for a two-night stay, you have the rest of the day to spend at your leisure. Overnight at the hotel.

Meals : Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner

Day 03: Munnar
After a hearty breakfast, you will begin the day’s itinerary with a sightseeing trip that covers the verdant Eravikulam National Park, the natural habitat of the local ibex, the Nilgiri Tahr. Once you’ve had your fill, it’s on to the Mattupetty dam, Echo Point and the rest of the town. Afternoon will visit Tea Museum, set up at the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea in Munnar is a fitting tribute to the toils and rigours of its pioneers, who showed utmost determination and were resolute in their efforts to transform Munnar into a major plantation centre of Kerala. The Tata Tea Museum diligently portrays the growth of Munnar tea estates, veritably conveyed through some of the displays like the rudimentary tea roller to the modern fully automated tea factory. Visitors to the museum can satiate their curiosity on various stages of tea processing, and also learn a thing or two about the production of black tea. Later head back to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Highlights of Munnar
Ø  Eravikulam National Park (Rajamala)
Ø  Matupetty Dam
Ø  Eco Point
Ø  Tea Museum
Ø  Blossom Park

Meals : Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner

Day 04: Munnar to Thekkady (110 km / 03 Hrs)
Breakfast at the hotel. Later transfer you to Thekkady, the venue of the famous Periyar (Thekkady) Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the most well-maintained wildlife sanctuaries of south India. Spread out over an area of 777 sq km, the sanctuary boasts of a splendid artificial lake formed by the Mullaperiyar dam across the Periyar river, which adds to the charm of the park. This is the only sanctuary in India where you can have the unique experience of viewing wildlife at close quarters as you cruise along the lake in the confines of a boat. Once you reach, check-in at hotel for the night, you have the afternoon enjoy that boat ride on Periyar lake. Later visit a locally owned spice plantation to walk through the different varieties of Kerala Spices.Overnight stay at hotel.

Highlights of Thekkady (Periyar)
Ø  Boating in Periyar Lake

Meals : Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner

Day 05: Thekkady to Alleppey (160 km / 04 Hrs)
Wake up to the lap of nature, Take a relaxed breakfast. Check out for the drive to Alappuzha, the home of the much-vaunted backwaters of Kerala. You have a surprise awaiting your arrival – a stay on a houseboat for an overnight cruise through the scenic backwaters of Alleppey!
Cruising Kerala’s backwaters in traditional ‘kettuvalloms’ (boats made by tying together wooden planks with coconut ropes), is a distinctly unique experience! These quaint slow moving, exotic barges have all the creature comforts of a hotel – furnished bedrooms, modern toilets, living rooms, kitchen and a balcony for viewing/angling – shaded and with uninterrupted views of an untouched, rural Kerala. Experience ‘God’s Own Country’ while meandering narrow backwater pathways on the Vembanad Lake via canals, paddy fields, villages and markets along the Alleppey/Kumarakom backwaters. Enjoy local cuisine on board, served on traditional banana leaves. . Drop anchor on this overnight trip and sleep to the sounds of ‘the still of the night’, accompanied by the echo of gently swishing waves.

Meals : Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner

Day 06: Cochin Departure
After breakfast check out from the Hotel in the noon and proceed to Cochin Airport for drop.
Our representative will leave you at Airport / Railway station with ever lasting memories of a Holiday with Khidma Tourism..

Meals : Breakfast
* End of our Service *

Day Destinations Hotel / Resort Room Type
Day 1 Cochin Broad bean Hotel A/c Deluxe Room
Day 2 Munnar Broad Bean Resorts & Spa Deluxe Room A/c
Day 3 Munnar Broad Bean Resorts & Spa Deluxe Room A/c
Day 4 Thekkady Spice Grove Deluxe Room A/c
Day 5 Alleppey Deluxe Houseboat A/c Deluxe

Cost / Person : Rs 19,999/-*

Price Includes

  • Accommodation on a twin-sharing basis in the above mentioned Hotels / Resorts
  • Daily breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at all Hotels/Resort
  • 01 night stay at an air conditioned houseboat with all meals
  • All Airport, hotel transfers and Sightseeing.
  • High-quality air conditioned vehicle with a trusted chauffeur throughout your trip.
  • All activities described in the itinerary.
  • Assistance of Tour Guide
  • Welcome kit including all important documents and information regarding your itinerary.
  • All applicable Govt. service taxes.

Price Excludes

  • Airfare
  • Items  of personal nature like tips, phone calls, fax, internet, games, sauna, and steam, Jacuzzi, laundry, vehicle hire, bar, room heaters, discotheque or any other.
  • Extra food or beverages ordered or taken in hotel restaurant.
  • Guide service if required.
  • Any item not specifically mentioned in the ‘Tour Price Includes’ columns
  • Lunch is not included in the arrival and departure day.

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ThekkadyThekkady is located about 257 km (160 mi) from Trivandrum, 114 km from Madurai City and Madurai Airport, 145 km from Cochin International Airport and 114 km from Kottayam railway station. Thekkady is located near to Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. The sanctuary is famous for its dense evergreen, semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests and savanna grass lands. Read more


MunnarMunnar is a town in the Western Ghats mountain range in India’s Kerala state. A hill station and former resort for the British Raj elite, it’s surrounded by rolling hills dotted with tea plantations established in the late 19th century. Eravikulam National Park, a habitat for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, is home to Read more


Kochi (also known as Cochin) is a city in southwest India’s coastal Kerala state. It has been a port since 1341, when a flood carved out its harbor and opened it to Arab, Chinese and European merchants. Sites reflecting those influences include Fort Kochi, a settlement with tiled colonial bungalows and diverse houses of worship. Read more

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