Enchanting Kerala – 12N/13D


Day 1 – Cochin

Meet, assist, and drive to the hotel after arrival. the Santa Cruz Basilica, Chinese Fishing Nets, Dutch Palace, and Antique Shops are all included in the city tour that follows. Spend the night in Cochin.

Day 2 – Cochin – Wayanad

Morning trip to Wayanad, one of Kerala's most picturesque regions with a still-unspoiled nature. Your ascent up the winding roads to this hill station is magically enhanced by lofty peaks, babbling waterfalls, and lush forests. Boating in the afternoon at Lake Pookot. Spend the night at the Wayanad hotel.

Day 3 – Wayanad

Take a packed lunch to the Edakkal caves. Prehistoric caves at Edakkal are reachable by a gentle walk. After lunch, visit the three-tiered Soochippara waterfalls. By evening, return to the hotel.

Day 4 – Wayanad -Guruvayoor

(Hindu pilgrimage site): Head to Guruvayoor in the morning. Visit the revered Guruvayoor temple in the afternoon, one of Kerala's holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites. Spend the night in Guruvayoor.

Day 5 – Guruvayoor – Munnar

Move on to Munnar after breakfast. The British government in India previously used this lovely hill town as its summer capital. It is a small refuge for tourists because of the never-ending, enormous expanse of tea plantations and the mild climate all year long. Spend the night in Munnar.

Day 6 – Munnar

Visit Rajamala, the home of the critically endangered Nilgiri Thar mountain goats. then to Lakkam water falls, which can be reached after a brief woodland walk. Spend the night in Munnar.

Day 7 – Munnar

Early to the top station. The neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu may be seen in great detail from Top Station. then to Mattupetty Dam and Echo Point. Here, there are facilities for speed boats. On one side, the dam is surrounded by trees and a vast area of grassland, while on the other, the Kundala tea plantation. after noon, free time. Spend the night in Munnar.

Day 8 – Munnar – Periyar

(Spice plantation and a wildlife refuge). travel to Thekkady in the morning. At Thekkady by midday. Boating in the afternoon at the Periyar lake, around which the sanctuary is created. The only sanctuary in India where you may have the rare opportunity to see wildlife up close and personal from the safety of a boat is this one. Hold on to Thekkady.

Day 9 – Periyar – Kumarakam

(Backwaters). Go to Kumarakam by car. Check in at the Kumarakam backwater resort by midday. The afternoon is free. Stay the night in Kumarakam.

Day 10 – Kumarakam- Alleppey

Leaving for Alleppey after breakfast. Check in at the houseboat in Alleppey around noon for a 20-hour houseboat tour across Kerala's fabled backwaters. You will pass by a wide variety of people, activities, and mind-boggling scenery along the journey. Spend the night on a houseboat. A private boat called a "house boat" has completely equipped, roomy bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms, a clean kitchen, dining space, and a front deck where guests may enjoy the beauty of the back seas.

Day 11 – Alleppey- Kovalam

(Worldwide beach) Check out of the houseboat in the morning after breakfast, then travel to the well-known beach resort of Kovalam. The Arabian Sea and coconut palms are on one side of Kovalam's sandy beaches, where you can spend the rest of the day. Spend the night at the hotel beside the beach.

Day 12 – Kovalam

After breakfast, travel to Trivandrum for a city tour that includes the Napier Museum and Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple. Leisurely afternoon at Kovalam. Stay the night in Kovalam.

Day 13 – Kovalam – Trivandrum

(The capital) After breakfast, head to the Trivandrum airport or train station for your next destination.