Overview/Itinerary

Kerala tour package

Traveling to Kerala and want to see the best of Kerala? Enjoy a tour package made for you, with a well-planned itinerary that ensures you get the best of Kerala. Best prices and packages, with a guarantee of quality. Get a quote here.

 

Date 6th Feb to 10th Feb 2022

 

Kerala tour packages with price day-wise Itinerary:

Kerala Tour Packages route - Cochin – Munnar – Thekkady - Alleppey - Cochin

Day One: Arrive in Cochin 

Arrive at Cochin Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station, assisting all arrival formalities, and you will be transferred to Munnar. En route, visit Spice. Plantations and Valara, Cheeyappara Falls. Once you reach Munnar, check in at the hotel. Spend a leisurely evening and stay overnight in Munnar.

Highlights: Spice Plantations and Valara | Cheeyappara waterfalls

 

Day Two: Munnar Sightseeing

In the morning, head out for a full-day sightseeing tour of Munnar visiting Mattupetty Dam Lake, Echo Point, Nursery Garden, Photo Point, Tata Tea Museum. In the evening, enjoy Spice Tea trailing at Munnar. Stay overnight at the hotel, in Munnar.

Highlights: Mattupetty Dam Lake, Echo Point, Nursery Garden, Photo Point, Tata Tea Museum

 

Day Three: Munnar – Thekkady (92 km - 3 hours)

In the morning, drive to Thekkady. On arrival, check in at the hotel and refresh yourself. Later, head out for a half-day sightseeing tour of Thekkady. Enjoy the boat safari on the Periyar Lake through Periyar Tiger Reserve. Later, visit the spice plantations. In the evening, stroll along with the colorful Spice Market.

Highlights: Spice Plantation, Kumily Village, and Periyar Lake.

 

Day Four: Thekkady - Alleppey

Morning proceeds to Alleppey. Alleppey is a charming village on Vembanad Lake. The land is known for its azure backwaters, swaying palms, and floating houseboats. A four-hour scenic drive through typical Kerala Village, Paddy Field. Visit Paddy Field, Kuttanadan Region, the only region to cultivate rice below sea level. Overnight at the Hotel in Alleppey.

Highlights: Vembanad Lake and Paddy Field

 

Day Five: Alleppey – Cochin

Later proceed to Cochin. Bid farewell to this serene land as your holidays come to an end as you get transferred to Cochin Airport or Railway Station for your onward journey back home.

 

4 Nights 5 Days Available on request
Inclusions/Exclusions
What we'll give/What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation in standard rooms in a family-run guesthouse in Leh on single/double occupancy
  • High Quality Camping Arrangements
  • Toilet tent with portable toilet seats
  • First Aid / Medical kit
  • Charges of 2 guides (for the group of maximum 12 trekkers so 1 guide for 6 group members)
  • All meals starting from dinner on the Day 1 till breakfast on Day 9. (8 Dinners, 8 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches)  We have a system of providing 6 small meals along with tea/coffee in between.
  • Forest entry charges, permits & camping fee (if any)
  • Permits & camping fee (if any)
  • First aid kit (our guides are certified in handling first aid situations)
  • Service Tax
     

What is NOT included in the tour

Exclusion:

  • Airline or train tickets
  • Meals not mentioned under inclusions
  • Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone bills, tips etc.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc.
  • be borne by the client directly on the spot
  • Travel Insurance
  • Any other item which is not specified under cost inclusions

 

Things to Carry
Things to Carry
  • ID Proof
  •  Extra Clothing
  • Rain Gear
  • Medical Kit
  • Snacks
  • Power Bank
  • Camera
  • Torch
     
FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions

Q)  What time we must reach the Airport?

A) Boarding a flight at 6.30 AM, reached Kochi Airport at 9.30 AM.

 

Q) What is the best time to travel to Kerala?

A: The best time to visit Kerala is in the months of May to October. It's less humid compared to the rest of India, so you'll be able to really soak in the beauty of this place. To make your trip to Kerala all the more enjoyable, you can rent a houseboat and enjoy its vistas up close. If you're traveling at night or if it's raining, don't worry - there are enough jams along the way that will keep you entertained for hours as you witness incredible views en route!

 Q) How many days should I plan for Kerala?

A) Kerala is a fascinating place with a large variety of things to do and places to see. How many days to plan for Kerala will depend on your interests and what you wish to do but as a first-time visitor, using 6 days would be enough for a Kerala trip to get a glance of each city or town in Kerala.

Q) Which places should I visit in Kerala?

A: Your choice of destination within Kerala would depend on personal preferences, but here are some tips:

Munnar, the most popular hill station in Kerala, and Alleppey are favorite holiday destinations for honeymooners from around the world. Kumarakom is known throughout India and the world as a luxury tourism destination, especially because of its backwater retreats and expansive resorts.

Kerala is a place that offers visitors access to many unique experiences - whether an individual is interested in seeing elephants or spice plantations, witnessing dance performances, or visiting waterfalls, there are plenty of different things they could do while in Kerala. Tamil Nadi astrology is the horoscope matching service that answers all your burning questions regarding love and marriage. It's great fun looking into people’s horoscopes, especially when it comes to planning one’s love life. Horoscopes are one of the better ways to understand how a person thinks and behaves, fixated on his/her essential traits and characteristics along with his emotional idiosyncrasies.

 

Q) What should I pack for Kerala?

A: Wear clothing that is suitable for Kerala's hot climate, do not forget a sweater in case the weather suddenly changes, wear rainwear if visiting Munnar or Wayanad during the monsoon, roll up your sleeves and wear sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun because it has been known to cause health problems, carrying a reusable water bottle (which doesn't need to be purchased) is much better than buying plastic water bottles which cannot be recycled, and also make sure you have comfortable walking shoes on your feet.

 

Q) What should I eat in Kerala?

A: Traditional Malabari cuisine is popular in these parts and it's usually eaten with idiyappam (string hoppers). From Kerala, here's a traditional dish called the Pallar payasam or the rice pudding dessert. One of the most popular dishes from here is fish moilee which I think should be a good call for you today because there is a deal on it. But a word of caution: don't try and mix your fish curry with your biriyani—it may sound like a good idea now, but trust me, it's not! Lunch specials include stewed beef with garlic roti and chicken masala, plus some mouth-watering prawns cooked in Malabari seasoning.

 

Q) What is Kerala famous for shopping?

A)  10 Things to shop  for in Kerala

Spices, Tea and Coffee, Coir Handicrafts, Shell Showpieces, Kathakali Masks,

Kasavu Mundu,Nettipattam and Cashews.

 

Q) What can we do in Kerala at night?

 A)  There are few places in Thiruvananthapuram that can offer the kind of life-giving rejuvenation you receive along your stroll down Marine Drive, a beautiful long avenue flanked by a wide multi-colored beach on one side and lush mangrove forest on the other. Here, pedestrians outnumber vehicles that drive down only from time to time. At night, Marine Drive plays host to an array of street food stalls that sell some of the best Nethaji payasam in Kerala. San dunes – hookah lounge offers flavored shisha for those looking for that perfect refreshment after a hot day spent at work or playing with friends.

 

Q) Which is the main temple in Kerala?

A) Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple. This is an amazing and magical temple. The premises contain a collection of valuables kept in it, which are believed to be offerings dedicated by kings and dignitaries in the past. The treasure includes gold and silver articles, precious stones, bangles, necklaces, etc. A column has several secret compartments containing idols of Hindu gods. Further, there is also a huge golden pot meant for storing money.