Keralan Explorer – 6N/7D


Day 01: Cochin to Munnar (140 Kms /4 hrs )

At the Cochin Airport, arrive. Meet with our driver and travel to the serene sanctuary of Munnar, which is stunningly lovely. In the colonial era, Munnar, located in the Idukki district at a height of 6000 feet, was the preferred summer vacation destination of the former British rulers. Check into your hotel after arrival. Take a stroll through Munnar's town and take in the endless expanse of tea plantations, the pristine valleys and mountains, the unusual species of flora and wildlife that can be found there, as well as the aroma of spices permeating the chilly air. Visit the dam and lake at Mattupetty. Returning to the motel for the night.

Day 02: Munnar

Proceed on a tour of Eravikulam Park after breakfast. The number of Tahrs in the park is the highest known to exist anywhere in the world. Elephants, Sambhars, Gaurs, Lion-tailed Macaques, and Nilgiri Langurs are among the other animals that the park protects. Visit the Tea Museum later. Through some of the exhibits, such as the primitive tea roller to the contemporary fully automated tea plant, the Tata Tea Museum faithfully depicts the development of Munnar tea farms. Stay over night.

Day 03:Munnar to Periyar(120 kms / 31/2 hrs)

Hotel breakfast service. Arrive at Periyar, one of India's most popular wildlife refuges, by driving via lengthy, winding roads. The area is magnificent with endless chains of hills and spice-scented plantations. Thekkady is the largest wildlife sanctuary in India, covering an area of 777 square kilometres. A 25 square kilometre manmade lake surrounds Thekkady. You can go cruising on Lake Periyar after noon to get up close and personal with the wildlife. Asian elephants, bison, sambar deer, boars, wild squirrels, lion-tailed monkeys, and other animals can be seen. Evening free for a wander in Kumily, a town known for its spices. Hotel overnight stay.

Day 04: Thekkady – Alleppey( 150kms/4 1/2 hrs)

Breakfast. Drive to Alleppey while descending a slope and board your private houseboat. These vessels are an updated version of the rice boats that were originally used to transport large quantities of rice and spices. They have been transformed into cosy floating hotels that now offer romantic cruises through the backwaters. Embark on a canal cruise while seeing the charm of rustic village life. Take in a delicious meal on board. The houseboat will moor up by sunset. Dinner and a night spent at sea.

Day 05: Alleppey – Kovalam (190 kms/5 hrs)

After breakfast check out your hotel and drive to jatayupark.The giant concentrate statue of Jatayu is built on a mighty rock named jatayupara (para means rock in local language).the colossal statue is 200 feet long, 150 feet wide and 70 feet making is the largest functional bird sculpture in the world with an enter into the Guinness book of world to Kovalam. Over night at hotel…

Day 06: Kovalam – cape- kovalam. (86.8 km/2 h 36 min)

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. Due to its Bagavathi Amman Temple, which is devoted to a consort of Shiva, and its Our Lady of Ransom Church, a heart of Indian Catholicism, it is also a well-known pilgrimage site.Return to Kovalam and take pleasure in the beach. Hotel overnight stay.

Day 07: Kovalam departure

After breakfast, check out and make your way to the airport to catch your Thiruvanthapuram-bound aircraft home.