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Best of Kerala

The 10 day tirp to Kerala covers from Kochi to Kumarakom visiting Hill Town of Munnar, Thekkady, laid back Kumarakom and scenic beach of Kovalam

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Days 10
People 2
Cost per person 9,715.0

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day 1
  • Jew Town
  • Chinese Fishing Nets
  • St. Francis Church
  • Jewish Synagogue
  • Mattancherry Palace
day 2
day 3
  • Mattupetty Dam
  • Mattupedi Dairy Farm
  • Tea Museum
  • Tea Plantations
  • Eravikulam National Park
day 4

Hotel S N International Thekkady

Deluxe
Meal Plan : MAPAI (Room and Breakfast)
day 5

Hotel S N International Thekkady

Deluxe
Meal Plan : MAPAI (Room and Breakfast)
  • Visit to Spice Plantation
  • Periyar Tiger Reserve
day 6

Abad Whispering Palms Kumarakom

Garden View
Meal Plan : MAPAI (Room and Breakfast)
day 7

Abad Whispering Palms Kumarakom

Garden View
Meal Plan : MAPAI (Room and Breakfast)
day 8

Samudratheeram Beach Resort Kovalam

Deluxe
Meal Plan : MAPAI (Room and Breakfast)
day 9

Samudratheeram Beach Resort Kovalam

Deluxe
Meal Plan : MAPAI (Room and Breakfast)
  • Excursion to Kanyakumari
day 10

Day 1

  • Cochin

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  • Jew Town
    Jew Town in Mattancherry is famous for the antique shops all along its sides. The colonial buildings lining the street add to its old-world charm. The Jew Town is a narrow street between Mattancherry Palace and the Synagogue. Take a walk along the Jew Town and you can breathe antiquity. The curio and antique shops along the street are capable of enchanting the visitors with their variety and rarity.
  • Chinese Fishing Nets
    Chinese Fishing Nets are said to have been introduced by traders from the court of Kublai Khan, these cantilevered nets, set up on teak and bamboo poles, are physical remnants of Fort Kochi's ancient trade with the Far East. Fishermen work the nets all day long, lowering them into the water and then hauling them up using a remarkably efficient pulley system.
  • St. Francis Church
    St. Francis CSI Church, in Fort Kochi, originally built in 1503, is the oldest European church in India and has great historical significance, Church was dedicated to Santo Antonio the patron saint of Portugal & is the first church to reflect the new European influenced tradition. The Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama died in Kochi in 1524 when he was on his third visit to India. His body was originally buried in this church, but after fourteen years his remains were removed to Lisbon.
  • Jewish Synagogue
    Originally built in 1568 the synagogue was destroyed by the Portuguese in 1662 & rebuilt 2 years later when the Dutch took over Kochi. It features an ornate gold pulpit & hand painted willow pattern floor tiles brought from China in mid 18th century & is stunning bedecked with chandeliers & colored glass lamps.
  • Mattancherry Palace
    Also known as the Dutch Palace, this large two-story 16th-century building was actually built by the Portuguese, who gave it to the Raja of Kochi as thanks for trading rights and favors granted to them. When the Dutch claimed Kochi in 1663, they took control of the palace and gave it a makeover. The large two-story building with its sloping roofs and pale walls is now a shadow of what it must have once been. Part of it is open to visitors & displays include a collection of coronation robes, palanquins, & royal family portraits, but the real reason to visit is to view the bedroom chamber, where vibrant murals, executed in vivid red, green, and yellow ocher. These are among the first examples of a school of painting specific to Kerala.
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Day 2

  • Cochin
  • munnar

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Day 3

  • munnar

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  • Mattupetty Dam
    Mattupetty dam and its reservoir is located 13 km away from Munnar. This dam is built between the hill ranges and it is used mainly for water storage for hydroelectric projects. Its reservoir is a beautiful place to enjoy the serene nature. It is also said to be one of the waterholes where the elephants in the region often visit.
  • Mattupedi Dairy Farm
    Mattupetty is also known for the Indo-Swiss Farm. This is a highly specialized dairy farm which comes under Indo-Swiss Livestock Project. Hundreds of high quality cattle are reared here and new varieties are scientifically developed.
  • Tea Museum
    The Tea Museum showcases pictures, machinery, brewing ware and literature dating back to a century—all tracing the evolution and transformation of Munnar as tea heaven and the intricacies of tea-making.
  • Tea Plantations
    Tea plantations are always synonymous when one thinks of Munnar. A visit to Munnar would remain incomplete without having to visit one of the Tea Plantations.
  • Eravikulam National Park
    A sanctuary for the endangered mountain goat of South India, the Nilgiri Tahr, the Eravikulam National Park stands out for the stark beauty of its rolling grasslands and sholas, spread over 97 sq km in the Kannan devan hills. Rajamalai is the tourism zone of the National Park, where the visitors are taken in forest dept vehicles.
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Day 4

  • munnar
  • Thekkady

Hotel S N International Thekkady

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Day 5

  • Thekkady

Hotel S N International Thekkady

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  • Visit to Spice Plantation
    Spices have always been an important part of life in Kerala. Here the masters of ayurveda discovered the use of spices for medicinal purposes. Spices also play an important role in the Kerala cuisine, non-ayruvedic medicine and cosmetics. Periyar is, due to its location in the lower mountains around 1000 metres above sea level, blessed with numerous types of spices. It is an opportunity to see why the Kerala cuisine is so different from most of the other Indian cuisines. The tour gives you a chance to enjoy cardamom, pepper, clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and many other varieties of spices and medicinal plants.
  • Periyar Tiger Reserve
    This 777 sq. km. tiger reserve is home to rare, endemic and endangered flora and fauna and forms the major watershed of two important rivers of Kerala, the Periyar and the Pamba. The Periyar forests of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India. Spread across the entire district are picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for treks and mountain walks. More than 60 species of mammals are found here which includes the Asian elephant, Tiger, Indian bison, sambar deer, Indian wild dog, Leopard, Barking deer, Smooth-coated otter which can be sighted during a boat cruise in the Periyar Lake. The Nilgiri tahr is confined to the higher rocky areas whereas the endangered lion tailed macaque can be found in the interior evergreen forests.
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Day 6

  • Thekkady
  • Kumarakom

Abad Whispering Palms Kumarakom

Garden View
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Day 7

  • Kumarakom

Abad Whispering Palms Kumarakom

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Day 8

  • Kumarakom
  • kovalam

Samudratheeram Beach Resort Kovalam

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Day 9

  • kovalam

Samudratheeram Beach Resort Kovalam

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  • Excursion to Kanyakumari
    Kanyakumari is especially popular for its spectacular and unique sunrise and sunset. Located in the midst of the ocean, just 400 meters from Kanyakumari, is the magnificent Vivekananda Rock Memorial.
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Day 10

  • kovalam
  • Trivandrum

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