Kerala is one of the most popular states in South India and was founded by merging the numerous Malayalam speaking regions in south India on 1st November 1956. Spreading across an area of 38,863 km sq, Kerala shares its borders with Karnataka in the north, Tamil Nadu in the south and has the Lakshadweep islands to its west. Thiruvananthapuram serves as the capital of the state.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Cochin To Munnar
On arrival at Cochin airport, you will be met by our representative and proceed to Munnar. On the way you will travel through misty mountains and vast estates covered in tea plantations. You can stop at any point to take pictures and move according to your convenience. Upon arrival in Munnar you will check in to your pre booked hotel. Overnight stay at Munnar.
Mount is 18 kms from thekkady Velvet lawns and the cool pleasant non-polluted continuous breeze make the sojourn on the mount a memorable experience to the tourist. From its ...
thekkady, Kerala, India
Day 2: Munnar Sightseeing
After beakfast sightseeing of Munnar which includes the Mattupetty Lake and dam followed by the Tea Museum which gives a beautiful history of Munnar since pre-Independence era. (Tea Museum’s closing time is 4 PM and it remains closed on Mondays). In the evening you will return to hotel. Overnight stay at Munnar.
The tea museum focuses regarding factors like the evolution as well as growth of tea plantations in this region. The Tea Museum at Munnar is started by the Tata tea in the ...
Tata Tea Museum Nalluthanni Estate Munnar, Idukki district
Phone: 91 4865 230561
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Day 3: Munnar To Alleppey
Breakfast at hotel. You will now proceed for Alleppey. Check-in to your house boat (check-in time 12.30 pm). A Houseboat or a Kettuvallam is the olden day rice boat converted into luxurious cruising villa with all modern comforts. Enjoy a cruise along the backwaters of Vembanad Lake. Traditional Kerala food will be served on board. Overnight stay at Alleppey (AC Deluxe Houseboat).