Although Kerala lies closer to the equator than most Indian states, it is blessed with pleasant and equable climate throughout the year. This is because of the land’s nearness to the sea and the presence of the natural fort like Western Ghats on the east that protect the state from dry and hot winds blowing from the north. Kerala receives copious rain (average 3000 mm) each year. Monsoon is a perfect time to visit low altitude Hill like Munnar, many sea beaches and waterfalls.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival At Cochin
Pick up from Cochin Airport / Railway station and drive to Cochin Hotel. Later visit Dutch palace, Dutch cemetery, Tomb of Vasco Da Gama, Dutch Mansions, Churches, Jewish Synagogue and Jew Street. Overnight stay in Cochin.
Fishing on Devikulam Lake ( Sita Devi Lake ) is a great way to soak in this hill For fishing at Sita Devi Lake needs permission from the local authorities.The Sita Devi Lake...
Devikulam, Munnar, Kerala
Day 4: Explore Munnar
After breakfast go back to sightseeing in Mattupetty, Rajamala, Eravikulam Park and Marayoor. Do some activities Speed boating (Half an Hour), Tea museum, Ayurvedic massage (1 hour). Overnight stay at Munnar.