Day 1: Arrival Cochin
Welcome to Cochin Airport, Assistance upon arrival, our representatives assist you by A / C car and transfer to the pre-booked hotel. After check-in, you will be given all the necessary documents related to your travel plan; He will explain all your questions about the entire tour plan. In the evening enjoy Kathakali, one of the most famous classical dances of India. Gorgeous costumes and exotic makeup and masks intensify the beauty of the dancers, intricate moments. Overnight at the hotel.
Kochi is an energetic city, located on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula, in the breathtakingly lovely and prosperous state of Kerala, known as 'God's own country'. Its strategic importance has been underlined by the Rajput queen of the Arabian Sea for centuries. Informally, Cochin is also known as the gateway to Kerala. Since ancient times, Arabs, British, Chinese, Dutch and Portuguese have left an indelible mark on the history and development of Cochin.
Day 2 : Cochin
After breakfast, take a city tour of Cochin city; Visit Fort Cochin and St. Francis Church to observe the city of Vasco de Gama. We also visit the Jewish Synagogue (Friday afternoon and all Saturdays and all Passover days and Mattancherry "Dutch" Palace (closed on Friday and Saturday). You can also visit the famous Hill Palace Museum, the greatest archaeological and heritage museum in Kerala. Bolgatty Palace is the oldest surviving Dutch palace outside Holland, now converted into a heritage hotel. Willingdon Island: With amazing walkways and jetties in 1933 L made a man-made island. Cherai Beach is an evening of Vipin Island Kochi., Cherai beach is one of the prettiest beaches in front of the Arabian Sea. The hotel to stay overnight.
Day 3 : Cochin – Munnar (130 kms: 4 - 5 hrs)
Check out the hotel and drive to Munnar this morning, the word "Munnar" means three rivers. The 3 mountain rivers (Madurpuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala) are joining together here. There are about 30 tea gardens in Munnar. The tea plantations, hills, lakes and forests within the Munnar range highlight its beauty. The hills of Munnar are embraced by tea plants, which look like a large green carpet. You can take a short tour by visiting the Munnar Tea Factory and Museum (closed on Mondays). Overnight at the hotel.
Day 4 : Munnar
After breakfast this morning examine this captivating hill station- visit Pohamedu to enjoy a panoramic view of coffee, tea, cardamom and other seasonings at Munnar, Devikulam (7 km from Munnar), its velvety lawns, vibrant flora With this peaceful hill station. And creatures with picturesque mountains, a rare occurrence. Blossom International Park Munnar is about 3 km from Mattupetty Dam and its reservoir is located 13 km from Munnar, Mattupetty is also recognised for Indo-Swiss farm and a dairy farm, Echo Point and Kundala Lake. In the evening you can take tea and coffee and spices farms. Later returned to the hotel for overnight.
Day 5 : Munnar – Periyar (90 kms: 3 hrs)
Get out of the hotel after breakfast this morning and take a ride to Periyar, after visiting the jungle resort, after refreshment visit the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, the park, the animals found here are elephants, wild boar and birds. Like the Gray Heron and Ibis, here you can enjoy elephant safaris in the park and see animals boating in the Periyar Lake if you are lucky. You can also enjoy watching the elephant bath. Later visit a spice plantation to see the products of cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper, tea and coffee estates etc. On your way back to your hotel, a stopover at the local spice shop to shop for some fragrant spices. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 6: Periyar – Alleppey (140 kms: 4 hrs) Backwaters tours through sailing boat
After breakfast will begin its journey towards Alleppey, upon arrival of the houseboat, open to check-in and travel to the backwaters world, though sailing boats pass through the tropical country, palm-tang through a vast array of paddy fields Is enjoying The view of the narrow canals and the small settlements on either side of the canals are captivating places. Along the way, one can see a Chinese fishing net, reminiscent of our old trade links, colorful birds floating around and pictures flying in the sky drown in our memories. You can try fishing in your homes. You enjoy the beautiful sunset from the sun-deck of houseboats in the evening. The food of your choice is enjoyed and cooked by the cook. Dinner and overnight in the houseboat.
Day 7: Alleppey – Cochin (55 kms: 1 hr) – Hometown (By Air)
After breakfast this morning to board the scheduled flight to the hometown to drive from the houseboat and to Cochin Airport, the journey is endowed with pleasant memories.