Kerala – Lands End – 5N/6D


Day 01: Trivandrum -Kovalam (15 kms/30 mnts)

When you arrive in Trivandrum, meet with our driver and travel to Kovalam, one of the most famous beaches in the world. When the Regent Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bayi of Travancore built her seaside resort, Halcyon Castle, here at the end of the 1920s, Kovalam first came to people's attention. However, the arrival of the large number of hippies travelling the Hippie Trail to Ceylon in the early 1970s propelled Kovalam into the public eye. With this exodus, a small fishing hamlet in Kerala began to develop into one of the most popular tourist sites in all of India. Arrive and stay the night

Day 02: Kovalam – Trivandrum-Kovalam

Breakfast. Drive to Trivandrum for a tour of the city. This includes going to the Ganesha and Sri Padmanabha swami temples. Women are required to wear sarees, (set-mundu), skirts and blouses, or half-sarees when visiting the Padmanabha Swami Temple. Men must also cover their torsos while wearing a dhoti.Also see the museum and the to the motel. Stay over night.

Day 03: Kovalam – Kanyakumari (90 kms/2 ½ Hrs)

Take a drive to Kanyakumari after breakfast.The southernmost town in India is called Kanyakumari, and it is located in the state of Tamil Nadu. The town, which projects into the Laccadive Sea and was formerly known as Cape Comorin under British rule, is well-renowned for its oceanfront sunrises and sunsets. Visit Suchindram Temple and Padmanabhapuram Palace. Enjoy the evening sunset at Vivekananda Rock. Hotel overnight stay.

Day 04: Kanyakumari – Rameshwaram (260 km 5 hrs 30 mnts)

Rameswaram departure early.Rameswaram, sometimes referred to as the Banaras of the south, is one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in India. Visit the magnificent Lord Shiva temple following lunch. One of the most sacred shrines in India is this Shivastalam. It stands for the southernmost of India's 12 Jyotirlingams. Rameswaram is an enormous temple on the island of Rameswaram, which may be reached by crossing the water on the Pamban Bridge. Rameswaram is renowned for its lengthy, elaborate hallways, towers, and 36 theerthams. If you have time, visit the beach and the ruins of Dhanushkodi.a hotel stay for the night.

Day 05: Rameswaram to Madurai(190 kms/4 hrs)

Hotel breakfast is available. by driving to Madurai by midday.One of India's oldest cities, Madurai, dates back to the sixth century BC. And today, a significant centre for South Indian culture, religion, and commerce. Check in at the hotel after arrival. Later, take a trip through Madurai and stop by Meenakshi Temple, a 15-acre compound with 4,500 pillars and 12 towers that Tirumalai Nayak (1623–1655) built. Visit his palace as well. Hotel overnight stay.

Day 06: Madurai Departure

Breakfast. Transfer to the Madurai airport or train station to catch your homebound flight or train.