Discover Kerala not just for its serene backwaters, but also for its pristine beaches. Visit Kovalam beach, popularly known as the ‘paradise of the south’ for its fertile palm trees and silky sands. Kanyakumari the ‘Land’s End’, which is the meeting point of three oceans the Arabian ocean, the Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean. Be there to view the most captivating sight of the sunrise and the sunset.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Trivandrum To Kovalam
Upon arrival at Trivandrum our representative will meet and assist you to transfer to Kovalam and brief you the tour. Kovalam is the internationally renowned beach destination and capital city of God’s Own Country. Your visit includes Napier Museum, Kuthiramalika Palace and Padmanabha Swamy Temple and Zoo. Return to resort by evening for overnight stay.
After breakfast proceed for Kovalam sightseeing. Kovalam offers you some unique beaches in the range of colours from white to black sands. Its palm fringed beaches enchants you and enhance the pleasure in your life. The beaches that expectedly waits you are Samudra beach, Aluwa beach, Lighthouse beach and Ashok Beach. Today Kovalam beach is known as the "Paradise of the South". With high rock promontory and a calm bay of blue waters, this beach paradise creates a unique aquarelle on moonlit nights. It is warm and clean by the coconut trees and the white sand bed as the seabreeze gently plays with the waves. Swimming and bathing are very refreshing and exhilarating in the waves. Most of the visitors like to have a sunbath here. Overnight at Kovalam.
The Kovalam beach is an internationally renowned beach, that has gained popularity during the hippie era since the 1930's in India. There is a huge rocky promontory on the ...
Light House Beach Road, Kovalam
Day 3: Kovalam To Kanyakumari
Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel and check out from the hotel to proceed to Kanyakumari. Check in at the resort. Kanyakumari Beach is a beach destination as well as religious spot located towards the southern most tip of peninsular India. The sun set and sun rise at Kanyakumari Beach, especially during Chaitrapurnima (full moon days in April), are highly popular among visitors. During Chaitrapurnima, visitors can watch both sunset and moon rise simultaneously at Kanyakumari Beach. It has rocky shores and the sea is rough due to the confluence of the three waters – Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean. The sand of Kanyakumari Beach is famous for its softness and various hues. There is a light house at Kanyakumari Beach from where panoramic views of the sea are available. Overnight at Kanyakumari.