Enjoy 4 days in Kerala - God's Own Country with Munnar - a Tea Plantation Paradise & Cochin - a mix of heritage & modern culture.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01 : Arrival In Munnar
Welcome to Gods’s Own Country !! On arrival at the Cochin airport or the railway station proceed to the scenic hill station of Munnar (128 kms, 3 hrs) with its sprawling tea plantations. Enjoy the scenic beauty and the marvelous waterfalls, high mountains with the low flying clouds passing by. On arrival check in at the Hotel in Munnar for 02 nights stay. The nature-lover’s paradise. Snuggling in the green and serene Kannan Devan Hills, lies the quite and restful resort of Munnar, at an altitude of 1524 m Panoramic views of low-flying clouds and mist filled
valleys make it a pretty little heaven with a cool bracing climate. It was opened up out of virgin forests a century ago by pioneering planters. It offers the best opportunity you are ever likely to have to see the tea plantations, to watch tea being picked, to learn how tea is processed, to smell the sweet scent of tea wafting
through the air and to buy the tea directly from the gardens. Evening will be at Leisure. Overnight at the hotel in Munnar.
Day 02 : Munnar Sightseeing
Today after breakfast enjoy sightseeing in Munnar: Eravikulam National Park, which is the home for the Nilgiri Tahr. The Eco point and the Attukad Water Falls. A visit to the elephant Lake (great for trout fishing) is a must. Also visit the Mettupetty Dam where you can do boating. Rest of the day will be at Leisure. Overnight stay will be at the Hotel.
The dam of Mattupetty is a storage concrete gravity dam. The 160-foot-high Mattupetty Dam has a vast reservoir extending several kilometres into the hills. A cruise here is...
Mattupetty, Kerala - 685616
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Day 03 : Munnar To Cochin
This morning you will be transferred to Cochin. (127 kms approx 4 hours). On arrival check in at Hotel. Cochin or Kochi, is one of the finest natural harbours on the Arabian coast. Cochin- renamed. Kochi has been a port of call for foreign traders from very early times. Its cosmopolitan character is reflected in the many buildings and structures representing different regions of the world. A city of peninsulas and islands, today it is the commercial hub of Kerala. For here you can transit gracefully between two worlds. On the one hand, the cosmopolitan delights of Cochin, with its restaurants, shopping and entertainment. On the other, Kerala's unique culture, manners and cuisine.
Afternoon will be at leisure. Evening free for sightseeing of Cochin Options : Santa Cruz Basilica, Dutch palace, Chinese fishing nets, hill palace. St Francis Church and the Jewish Synagogue. Cochin is famous for antiques. (Jew Street).Overnight stay will be at Cochin.