Day 1

Arrive at Cochin airport Direct Visit to Athirapally Water falls & After check in to hotel. Evening you can go for Cochin city sightseeing – St. Francis Church, Chinese Fishing Nets, Indi-Portuguese Museum, Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue. Overnight at hotel-Cochin.

Day 2
COCHIN TO MUNNAR (130 km 4 to 5 hrs)

Morning proceeds to Munnar enjoying the scenic beauty & high mountains with the low flying clouds passing by. Check-in at hotel/rest of the day at leisure or shopping/overnight at hotel / Resort – Munnar.

Day 3

After breakfast proceeds for Munnar sightseeing. Morning visits the Mattupetty dam, Echo Point, and Kundala Lake. Boating facilities are available at Mattupetty Dam. Later visit a tea factory and tea museum. Afternoon visit Nyayamakad waterfalls and Eravikulam National Park which is also known as Rajamala is the natural habitat of Nilgiri Thar. Nilgiri Thar can be observed very closely here. Evening free for shopping. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4
MUNNAR TO THEKKADY (110 km 4 to 5 hrs)

After breakfast transfer to Periyar(03 hours 30 mins)the famous wildlife sanctuary of South India. On arrival check in at the hotel. Periyar wildlife sanctuary, home to nomadic tribes of wild elephant, boar, deer, the great Indian tiger, and more. The evening goes for a boat cruise in the lake to watch wild animals. Overnight at Hotel

Own arrangement for Boating: Please book online in advance http://www.periyarfoundation.org/ to avoid rush

Day 5

After breakfast do some local sightseeing and evening free for some of the additional adventures activities – Boating at Periyar Lake, Spice Plantation visit, Bamboo Rafting, Trekking, and Elephant Ride can be done at an extra cost…, Night stay at Resorts in Thekkady

Day 6

After Breakfast drive to Kumarakom the backwater destination of Kerala. Evening leisure or options like Ayurvedic massage, yoga, meditation, boating, fishing, and swimming. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 7

After Breakfast visits The bird sanctuary, which is spread across 14 acres is a favorite haunt of migratory birds and an ornithologist’s paradise. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 8
KUMARAKOM TO KOVALAM (165kms/ approx 5 hours)

Today after breakfast depart for Kovalam by road. Arrive and transfer to hotel. Kovalam Beach lies stretched out on the Malabar Coast, along the shoreline of a small town called Kovalam. The rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy on the beach.

Day 9

Today after breakfast proceed for a city tour of Kanyakumari; visit Vivekananda Memorial rock by boat (on a direct payment basis), Gandhi Mandapam, and the temple of Goddess Kanyakumari. In the late afternoon return to Kovalam

Day 10

Proceed for the sightseeing tour of Trivandrum after breakfast- Trivandrum is an ancient city with traditions dating back to 1000 BC. This capital city of Kerala is a beautiful seaside metropolis built on seven hills. It is located on the west coast of India spreading over a total area of 2,192 sq. km. The sightseeing tour is comprehensive with the visits to Padmanabhaswami Temple, Srichitra Art Gallery, Napier Museum, and Zoo. Overnight stay is arranged in Kovalam.

Day 11

After Breakfast enjoy Beach Afternoon Check out from the hotel and drive to Thiruvananthapuram Airport/ Railway station (30 km – 1 hours drive) for onward journey.


  • • Accommodation in Double room at all destinations as per the above itinerary
  • • Breakfast & dinner in all hotels (MAP Plan)
  • • Transfers & sightseeing by Ac Vehicle per itinerary. (Pick up Cochin & Drop Trivandrum/Cochin)
  • • Driver Allowance Tall Tax, Parking & fuel Charge.
  • • All luxury taxes at hotels as of date.


  • Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, Telephone, Ayurveda massage, and laundry bills, etc.
  • Tips and porter charges
  • Early check-in and late checkout
  • Entrance fees
  • Any additional expenses incurred due to any flight delay or cancellation, weather conditions, political closures, technical faults, etc.
  • Any other services/activities not specified above.



• According to a survey conducted by the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), Kerala is said to be the cleanest state of India along with Sikkim.
• The only state to have hospitals and banks in every village.
• Kerala gets the first spell of rain in India. While the rest of the nation experiences rain in July, Kerala witnesses it around the first week of June every year followed by Mumbai and Delhi.
• The richest Hindu temple in the world is located in Kerala. Padmanabhaswamy temple is the richest temple regarding gold and precious stones.
• Kerala is known for its pioneer in medication using Ayurveda as its treatment method. It is also home to Somatheeram, the world’s first Ayurvedic Resort
• Kerala is the most literate state in India with a literacy rate of 93.91%
• Herbs with medicinal properties such as turmeric, Cinnamon, Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Amalaki, Bharangi, and Phyllanthus Amarus, etc. are found in abundance in Kerala.
• The backwaters of Kerala consist of a network of turquoise and serene streams and canals, all beautifully interwoven. These backwaters are mostly composed of lagoons and lakes that lie parallel to the Arabian Sea.
• Kerala is famous for its spices and hence is popularly known as the Spice Coast of India
• Muzhappilangad beach of Kerala runs parallel to NH 66 and is the longest drive-in beach in Asia.
• Athirapally Waterfalls in Kerala are often named as Niagara of India.


Kerala Climate – Kerala, which lies in the tropic region, is mostly subject to the type of humid tropical wet climate experienced by most of Earth’s rainforests. Meanwhile, its extreme eastern fringes experience a drier tropical wet and dry climate. Kerala receives an average annual rainfall of 3107 mm.
March To May – Hot & humid. Temperature ranges from 32 To 36 degrees.
Monsoon: June to September – Heavy rainfall. Temperature ranges from 19 to 30 degrees.
There is no winter season as such However between October to march the weather is pleasant. Hill station has cold winters
Best Time to Visit:
The time between October and March is known to be the best time to visit Kerala. The temperature in Kerala is moderate during this time with less humidity.
Local Languages:. The major language spoken is Malayalam, which is also an official language. Some people also know English & Hindi as there is a lot of inflow of tourists.
Clothing: The traditional wear of the state is called ‘Mundu’ which is worn on the lower portion of the body, from the waist to the foot. It is white and is worn by both men and women. It resembles a long skirt or a dhoti. The men use Lungi & females wear saris. . The women of Kerala wear traditional costumes called Mundum Neriyathum during festivities.


If you are from a foreign country, you may not be used to the drinking water here. Hence we suggest you pick up a bottle of mineral water which is cheap and widely available, drink a lot of fluids keep yourself hydrated. If taking any Ayurvedic treatment check all the parameters. Check on with locals about good ayurvedic treatment. Since it is a wet place, back waters, you must carry mosquito repellent, Insect bite ointments & sun screen lotions on the beach during summer.


Onam is a harvest festival. It’s celebrated with much pomp. Other festivals celebrated are Thrissur Pooram, Attukal Pongala, Snake Boat Races, Kalpathi Chariot Festival, Christmas, Vishu, Theyyam Festival. There are also many cultural dance programs throughout Kerala.


Kerala offers a wide range of shopping experiences. Purchase local jute products, Shell products. Tea is the best bye in Kerala as it has a lot of tea gardens and tea factories. You can visit the tea outlet. If interested in brass items Kochi is the best place to buy. Coir products. last but not least purchase spice boxes, Ayurvedic herbal oils, lotions from any place. They are available throughout Kerala. Banana chips are the best buy for food lovers.

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