Kerala, God’s Own Country 4 Night 5 Days Trip

Explore the back waters, spice gardens with unbelievable greenery of western ghats | Nomadic Kerala Package

Kerala, God’s Own Country – Munnar, Thekkady and  Alleppey – Houseboat – 4 NIGHT 5 DAYS Trip

If there is one place in the riveting diversity of India where there is tangible beauty and a phenomenal thing like total literacy, it is in Kerala. This small State in the southern tip of the Indian peninsula is an easy winner owing to its great mind-blowing landscape and infinity of intriguing customs, high –intensity cultural life and educated public so often dressed in white. From Kasargode to Thiruvananthapuram Kerala is choc-a-bloc with places that attract tourists and travelers from all over the world.

Key Attraction:

Munnar is the famous hill station in Kerala situated at the confluence of the three rivers Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly.

Thekkady is an important tourist destination in Kerala located in the famous the Periyar National Park. The Periyar National Park is home to a large number of Indian elephants, lion-tailed Macaques, Nilgiri Langurs, Indian bison and Bengal Tigers.

Alleppey Backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea Coast known as Malabar Coast.

Stay in a House Boat going to be a once in a lifetime experience.

Stay At:

Munnar : Seven Spring Plantation / The New Whispering  / Black Forest

Thekkady : Season Thekkady / Silver crest / Karar Garden

Alleppey AC deluxe houseboat

Inclusions:

Pickup and drop Cochin Railway station / Airport.

Breakfast

Houseboat Stay: Private Houseboat

Meal Plan for Houseboat: All Meals

Airport/ Railway Station Transfers/ Parking Toll/ Driver Bata /Fuel Cost

Transfer Cab

Sightseeing (as per itinerary)

Exclusions:

Houseboat Stay: Sharing Houseboat

Airfare / Train ticket

Early check-in and late check-out charges, if any Tips / Personal expenses

Entry fee charges

Personal Expenses

Any cost included above

Day Wise Itinerary:

 

Day 1 : Cochin to Munnar

Arrival Cochin, Meet our tour representative. Transfer to Munnar. Munnar, which is called ” nature lover’s paradise” with sprawling tea plantations. Munnar is 1800 mts above sea level, 130 kms from Cochin (4 hrs drive). En-rooted visit Cheeyappara and Vallara waterfall On arrival here, check into the hotel. Rest of the day free for leisure at the hotel or optionally you can go for Kathakali show, Kalarippayattu show, Ayurveda massage, elephant ride, walk into tea plantation etc… and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2 : Munnar

This days sightseeing can including a visit to Mattupetty for boating, Eco-point, shooting point, rose garden, Chengulam dam, tea museum etc. Munnar, once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Govt. in South India, is located at the confluence of 03 rivers as the very name signifies. The sprawling tea plantations and picturesque towns make Munnar a popular hill resort town in South India. Afternoon visit to Rajamala or Eravikulam National Park.  Overnight stay at Munnar.

Day 03 : Munnar – Thekkady

The morning after breakfast checkout from Munnar hotel and drive to Thekkady. Check into hotel and relax. Then have local sightseeing which includes Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary with boating, Spice plantation, Spice market etc. Back to hotel and stay overnight.

Day 4 : Thekkady  to Alleppey (House Boat)

Then after breakfast check out from Hotel and drive to Alleppey to board into Houseboat at 12 Noon. Enjoy the day with a backwater cruise on the Vembanad Lake. Overnight stay is on the houseboat.

Day 5 : Alleppey to Cochin

The morning after breakfast check out from houseboat and proceed to Cochin Airport for departure for your onward journey.

Things to Remember While Planning a Kerala Trip

Kerala is a Place that you can’t resist while planning a holiday trip. The never-ending scenic beauty of this land has remained a wonder for every traveler visit here. A well-planned trip to Kerala will never disappoint you. For a hassle-free Kerala trip keep these points in your mind while planning a trip to Kerala. I hope these points will help you in planning your Kerala tour.

Kerala requires a lot of time to explore fully so make sure about the number of days you can spend on your Kerala tour before finalizing the destinations.

Travel Light :- The lightest you pack your luggage, the more of comfortable you feel. Traveling light might give you extra space in your bags for the items you tend to buy in “GODS OWN COUNTRY”.

Climate :– Always check the climate of Kerala before you plan your visit. Kerala has a tropical climate and so is warm throughout the year except for the destinations like Munnar, Thekkady and Wayanad. But these places like Munnar, Thekkady are less advisable during monsoons, Always try to wear light cotton clothes while visiting Kerala. There are several beaches & lakes so be prepared with your swimming Gear and do not forget to bring your sunglasses, hats, umbrellas & sunscreen lotions.

Best season to visit Kerala is from October to April. Weather during these seasons is pleasant and mild.

Pocket pinch

Price challenge offer for our package tour offers you the best price in the market. The money will be returned back if you find us a lower price of the tour with better facilities. You can take it As private tour or group tour (tour dates would be of your choice). We will be happy to customize your package as per your requirement. Please let us know the details by filling the form after clicking the date of your departure on the calendar.

 

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