General

Paradise Kerala: 8Nights and 9days Tour Package

Day 1: From Trivandrum to Kovalam
Our representative will pick you up at the Trivandrum International Airport and drive you to Kovalam (15 km). Spend the night at recreation in the shoreline side.

Day 2: Trivandrum City Tour
Morning set out on a touring visit to Trivandrum. Padmanabhaswami Temple, Zoo, Museum, Shopping at Chalai Bazar etc… Later at night make a trip back to Kovalam.

Day 3: Alleppey (4h, 154 km)
Alleppey; one of most scenic destinations in Kerala. Also known as the ‘Backwater Capital of India’ or the ‘Venice of the East’, your arrival in Alleppey will be followed by your check-in into a houseboat. Settling down within the playful houseboat, take your family members for a backwater cruise and manoeuvre through several river islands, evergreen coconut groves and lot more. Witness and explore the enticing beauty of the backwaters, relax in the houseboat and surrender yourself into the hands of Mother Nature while enjoying pleasant moments with your family members.

Day 4: To Kumarakom (54 min, 32 km)
After breakfast drive to Kumarakom. Register with the lodging. Evening continues for neighborhood touring in and around Kumarakom – a modest backwater village roosted on the western banks of the Vembanadu Lake. The stretch of backwater is spread more than 900 sq. km.

Day 5: Destination Periyar (2 h 30 min, 88.0 km)
After breakfast continue to Periyar, a very beautiful retreat perfect for loosening up. Upon entry you will be taken to resort. At night cool off and get revived getting a charge out of a vessel safari in the grand Periyar Lake, at times winning the look of some uncommon assortments of flying creatures and creatures at Periyar National Park. Come back to lodging for a medium-term remain.

Day 6: Destination Munnar (3 h, 94 km)
Munnar; one of the most stunning hill stations in Kerala. Following your arrival in Munnar, get checked-in into a hotel; options for resort will also be available. After getting freshened up at the leisure home, spend the rest of the day lazily within its comfort while adoring the salubrious beauty of the hills and mountains; overnight stay will be at the hotel or resort.

Day 7: Across Munnar
After a reviving breakfast leave for Munnar touring. The spots to visit incorporate Mattupetty Dam, Kundale Lake and Echo point. Evening continue to Rajamala were you can detect the uncommon types of goat “Nilgiri Thars”.

Day 8: Destination Cochin (4 h, 131 km)
After early breakfast drive to Cochin (140 km). Evening touring of Cochin covering Fort Cochin, as yet keeping alive its old Jew custom, Mattancherry royal residence, the Santa Cruz Basilica, St. Francis Church and the sky is the limit from there. The Jew’s road and the Chinese angling nets at Fort Cochin shoreline are the must see. Night social show at Fort Cochin.

Day 9: Departure
Your tour comes to an end today. After breakfast, our executives will pick you up and drop you to the airport or railway station.

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