Day 1 : - Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. , You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure.


Day 2 : - Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” , Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer.


Day 3 : - Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. , On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India.


Day 4 : - Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. , A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland!


Day 5 : - Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily , and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations.


Day 6 : - Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. , Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit.


Day 7 : - Thekkady - Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. , This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition.


Day 8 : - Madurai - Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. , That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach.Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle.


Day 9 : - Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. , The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure.


Day 10 : - Departure

Transfer to international airport , for flight to onward destination.


Day 1 Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure..
exploring the colourful markets of Cochin and savouring the scrumptious cuisines.

Stay

Abaam


Day 2 Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer. Visit the Mattancherry Palace, that was presented as a gift to the Raja of Kochi as a gesture of goodwill by the Portuguese. This place houses some of the most fascinating Hindu murals, depicting scenes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and other Puranic legends in intricate details. Next visit the Pardesi Synagogue, which features an ornate gold pulpit and elaborate hand-painted, willow-pattern floor tiles from Canton, China. .
Finish your day with a scrumptious meal at the Malabar junction.Mattancherry Palace: open on all days except Friday. Pardesi synagogue: Open on all days except Friday, Saturday and Jewish holidays.

Stay

Abaam


Day 3 Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India. The network includes five large lakes linked by canals, both manmade and natural, fed by 38 rivers, and extending virtually half the length of Kerala state..
The backwaters were formed by the action of waves and shore currents creating low barrier across the mouths of the many rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats range. Overnight Stay in houseboat

Stay

IPR House Boat


Day 4 Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland! .
Every year, more than seven million tourists visit Kerala, a place that the National Geographic Magazine has described as one of the must-see places in a lifetime. Kumarakom is an important stopover for a majority of these tourists. This famous tourist backwater hub is a cluster of islands on the eastern banks of Lake Vembanad. Compared to adjacent villages, the lake has its maximum length and breadth near Kumarakom - about eight km. With the huge lake on one side and with a network of calm canals running through it, Kumarakom, a masterpiece created by man and Nature together, enjoys a unique position on the map of Kerala. . After noon visit the famous Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary & rest of the day you can have leisure in your back water resort. Overnight stay in the hotel

Stay

Soma Kerala Palace


Day 5 Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily. and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations. .
Reach Kumily at night and have a peaceful sleep there.

Stay

Coffee Routes


Day 6 Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit. .
Take an enticing elephant ride in the town, and indulge in a relaxing Ayurvedic massage that will definitely ease you off your unwanted stress and tension. Also visit the spice garden and relish your senses with its ebullient aroma.

Stay

After an eventful day, spend a restful night at the hotel.


Day 7 Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition. .
A visit to the Meenakshi Amman Temple is a must for any person who travels to Madurai. This temple is a fine epitome of immaculate South Indian architecture. It is open on all days from 4 am to 8pm.

Stay

Astoria By sparsha


Day 8 Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. It is also one of the oldest tourist enclaves in India, which known among tourist circuit right in 1930s. Kovalam shot into limelight in the early seventies with arrivals of the masses of hippies. That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach..
Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle. Later, in 1936, the next Queen, HH Karthika Tribunal choose this palace for her honeymoon with her newlywed husband, 1st Prince GV Raja. It was Prince G.V Raja who found immense tourist potentiality of the region and decided promote the region among state guests, by inviting Thomas Cook & Sons- UK to develop the region. The Maharaja of Travancore soon started hosting regular state banquets and accommodation of his European guests in Kovalam Halcyon Palace. This made the beach popular among European families living in nearby Madras and Bombay Presidencies as well as elite Travancore families to spend their holidays. Thus, the move helped to lay foundations of modern tourism industry in South India. Post independent India, the beach was popular among Indians and few tourists. It was 1970s, the hippie culture helped to revive the beach, with vast influx of tourists, spending their wild holidays here. When Kerala government thought of making tourism as a major industry, towards 1990s, Kovalam was the first tourist destination to be highlighted and promoted. Today it’s an intentionally renowned beach. Overnight stay in the hotel

Stay

Soma Palm Shore


Day 9 Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure. Overnight stay in the hotel..


Day 10 Departure

Transfer to the airport for flight to onward destination. End of our services.


Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package .
 Daily Breakfast in Hotels
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat
Assistance, toll, taxes & interstate permits

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rates are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling. Extra person will be accommodated in same room with an extra bed
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
• Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
5 % GST to be paid extra on top of package cost
Validity: From 01st October to March 31st.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.

Day 1 : - Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. , You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure.


Day 2 : - Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” , Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer.


Day 3 : - Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. , On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India.


Day 4 : - Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. , A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland!


Day 5 : - Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily , and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations.


Day 6 : - Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. , Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit.


Day 7 : - Thekkady - Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. , This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition.


Day 8 : - Madurai - Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. , That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach.Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle.


Day 9 : - Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. , The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure.


Day 10 : - Departure

Transfer to international airport , for flight to onward destination.


Day 1 Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure..
exploring the colourful markets of Cochin and savouring the scrumptious cuisines.


Day 2 Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer. Visit the Mattancherry Palace, that was presented as a gift to the Raja of Kochi as a gesture of goodwill by the Portuguese. This place houses some of the most fascinating Hindu murals, depicting scenes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and other Puranic legends in intricate details. Next visit the Pardesi Synagogue, which features an ornate gold pulpit and elaborate hand-painted, willow-pattern floor tiles from Canton, China. .
Finish your day with a scrumptious meal at the Malabar junction.Mattancherry Palace: open on all days except Friday. Pardesi synagogue: Open on all days except Friday, Saturday and Jewish holidays.


Day 3 Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India. The network includes five large lakes linked by canals, both manmade and natural, fed by 38 rivers, and extending virtually half the length of Kerala state..
The backwaters were formed by the action of waves and shore currents creating low barrier across the mouths of the many rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats range. Overnight Stay in houseboat


Day 4 Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland! .
Every year, more than seven million tourists visit Kerala, a place that the National Geographic Magazine has described as one of the must-see places in a lifetime. Kumarakom is an important stopover for a majority of these tourists. This famous tourist backwater hub is a cluster of islands on the eastern banks of Lake Vembanad. Compared to adjacent villages, the lake has its maximum length and breadth near Kumarakom - about eight km. With the huge lake on one side and with a network of calm canals running through it, Kumarakom, a masterpiece created by man and Nature together, enjoys a unique position on the map of Kerala. . After noon visit the famous Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary & rest of the day you can have leisure in your back water resort. Overnight stay in the hotel


Day 5 Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily. and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations. .
Reach Kumily at night and have a peaceful sleep there.


Day 6 Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit. .
Take an enticing elephant ride in the town, and indulge in a relaxing Ayurvedic massage that will definitely ease you off your unwanted stress and tension. Also visit the spice garden and relish your senses with its ebullient aroma.


Day 7 Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition. .
A visit to the Meenakshi Amman Temple is a must for any person who travels to Madurai. This temple is a fine epitome of immaculate South Indian architecture. It is open on all days from 4 am to 8pm.


Day 8 Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. It is also one of the oldest tourist enclaves in India, which known among tourist circuit right in 1930s. Kovalam shot into limelight in the early seventies with arrivals of the masses of hippies. That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach..
Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle. Later, in 1936, the next Queen, HH Karthika Tribunal choose this palace for her honeymoon with her newlywed husband, 1st Prince GV Raja. It was Prince G.V Raja who found immense tourist potentiality of the region and decided promote the region among state guests, by inviting Thomas Cook & Sons- UK to develop the region. The Maharaja of Travancore soon started hosting regular state banquets and accommodation of his European guests in Kovalam Halcyon Palace. This made the beach popular among European families living in nearby Madras and Bombay Presidencies as well as elite Travancore families to spend their holidays. Thus, the move helped to lay foundations of modern tourism industry in South India. Post independent India, the beach was popular among Indians and few tourists. It was 1970s, the hippie culture helped to revive the beach, with vast influx of tourists, spending their wild holidays here. When Kerala government thought of making tourism as a major industry, towards 1990s, Kovalam was the first tourist destination to be highlighted and promoted. Today it’s an intentionally renowned beach. Overnight stay in the hotel


Day 9 Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure. Overnight stay in the hotel..


Day 10 Departure

Transfer to the airport for flight to onward destination. End of our services.


Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package .
 Daily Breakfast in Hotels
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat
Assistance, toll, taxes & interstate permits

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rates are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling. Extra person will be accommodated in same room with an extra bed
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
• Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
5 % GST to be paid extra on top of package cost
Validity: From 01st October to March 31st.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.

Day 1 : - Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. , You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure.


Day 2 : - Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” , Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer.


Day 3 : - Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. , On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India.


Day 4 : - Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. , A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland!


Day 5 : - Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily , and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations.


Day 6 : - Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. , Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit.


Day 7 : - Thekkady - Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. , This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition.


Day 8 : - Madurai - Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. , That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach.Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle.


Day 9 : - Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. , The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure.


Day 10 : - Departure

Transfer to international airport , for flight to onward destination.


Day 1 Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure..
exploring the colourful markets of Cochin and savouring the scrumptious cuisines.


Day 2 Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer. Visit the Mattancherry Palace, that was presented as a gift to the Raja of Kochi as a gesture of goodwill by the Portuguese. This place houses some of the most fascinating Hindu murals, depicting scenes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and other Puranic legends in intricate details. Next visit the Pardesi Synagogue, which features an ornate gold pulpit and elaborate hand-painted, willow-pattern floor tiles from Canton, China. .
Finish your day with a scrumptious meal at the Malabar junction.Mattancherry Palace: open on all days except Friday. Pardesi synagogue: Open on all days except Friday, Saturday and Jewish holidays.


Day 3 Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India. The network includes five large lakes linked by canals, both manmade and natural, fed by 38 rivers, and extending virtually half the length of Kerala state..
The backwaters were formed by the action of waves and shore currents creating low barrier across the mouths of the many rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats range. Overnight Stay in houseboat


Day 4 Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland! .
Every year, more than seven million tourists visit Kerala, a place that the National Geographic Magazine has described as one of the must-see places in a lifetime. Kumarakom is an important stopover for a majority of these tourists. This famous tourist backwater hub is a cluster of islands on the eastern banks of Lake Vembanad. Compared to adjacent villages, the lake has its maximum length and breadth near Kumarakom - about eight km. With the huge lake on one side and with a network of calm canals running through it, Kumarakom, a masterpiece created by man and Nature together, enjoys a unique position on the map of Kerala. . After noon visit the famous Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary & rest of the day you can have leisure in your back water resort. Overnight stay in the hotel


Day 5 Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily. and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations. .
Reach Kumily at night and have a peaceful sleep there.


Day 6 Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit. .
Take an enticing elephant ride in the town, and indulge in a relaxing Ayurvedic massage that will definitely ease you off your unwanted stress and tension. Also visit the spice garden and relish your senses with its ebullient aroma.


Day 7 Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition. .
A visit to the Meenakshi Amman Temple is a must for any person who travels to Madurai. This temple is a fine epitome of immaculate South Indian architecture. It is open on all days from 4 am to 8pm.


Day 8 Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. It is also one of the oldest tourist enclaves in India, which known among tourist circuit right in 1930s. Kovalam shot into limelight in the early seventies with arrivals of the masses of hippies. That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach..
Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle. Later, in 1936, the next Queen, HH Karthika Tribunal choose this palace for her honeymoon with her newlywed husband, 1st Prince GV Raja. It was Prince G.V Raja who found immense tourist potentiality of the region and decided promote the region among state guests, by inviting Thomas Cook & Sons- UK to develop the region. The Maharaja of Travancore soon started hosting regular state banquets and accommodation of his European guests in Kovalam Halcyon Palace. This made the beach popular among European families living in nearby Madras and Bombay Presidencies as well as elite Travancore families to spend their holidays. Thus, the move helped to lay foundations of modern tourism industry in South India. Post independent India, the beach was popular among Indians and few tourists. It was 1970s, the hippie culture helped to revive the beach, with vast influx of tourists, spending their wild holidays here. When Kerala government thought of making tourism as a major industry, towards 1990s, Kovalam was the first tourist destination to be highlighted and promoted. Today it’s an intentionally renowned beach. Overnight stay in the hotel


Day 9 Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure. Overnight stay in the hotel..


Day 10 Departure

Transfer to the airport for flight to onward destination. End of our services.


Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package .
 Daily Breakfast in Hotels
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat
Assistance, toll, taxes & interstate permits

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rates are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling. Extra person will be accommodated in same room with an extra bed
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
• Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
5 % GST to be paid extra on top of package cost
Validity: From 01st October to March 31st.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.

Day 1 : - Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. , You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure.


Day 2 : - Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” , Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer.


Day 3 : - Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. , On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India.


Day 4 : - Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. , A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland!


Day 5 : - Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily , and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations.


Day 6 : - Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. , Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit.


Day 7 : - Thekkady - Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. , This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition.


Day 8 : - Madurai - Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. , That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach.Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle.


Day 9 : - Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. , The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure.


Day 10 : - Departure

Transfer to international airport , for flight to onward destination.


Day 1 Cochin

Our representative will meet you at the airport and you will be taken to the hotel. You are free to spend the rest of the day at leisure..
exploring the colourful markets of Cochin and savouring the scrumptious cuisines.


Day 2 Cochin

Cochin, a bustling cosmopolitan city in Kerela with a busy port. Kochi’s existence can be summed up in the phrase “A city born in storm, nurtured in rivalry and established as battling ground for European empires.” Spend an entire day in this beautiful city immersing in the surprises it has to offer. Visit the Mattancherry Palace, that was presented as a gift to the Raja of Kochi as a gesture of goodwill by the Portuguese. This place houses some of the most fascinating Hindu murals, depicting scenes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and other Puranic legends in intricate details. Next visit the Pardesi Synagogue, which features an ornate gold pulpit and elaborate hand-painted, willow-pattern floor tiles from Canton, China. .
Finish your day with a scrumptious meal at the Malabar junction.Mattancherry Palace: open on all days except Friday. Pardesi synagogue: Open on all days except Friday, Saturday and Jewish holidays.


Day 3 Alleppey

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey for houseboat Stay. On arrival check in at the houseboat. The Kerala backwaters are a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast (known as the Malabar Coast) of Kerala state in southern India. The network includes five large lakes linked by canals, both manmade and natural, fed by 38 rivers, and extending virtually half the length of Kerala state..
The backwaters were formed by the action of waves and shore currents creating low barrier across the mouths of the many rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats range. Overnight Stay in houseboat


Day 4 Kumarakom

After the breakfast drive to kumarakom (85 KM / 02 Hours) , On Arrival Check in hotel. A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland! .
Every year, more than seven million tourists visit Kerala, a place that the National Geographic Magazine has described as one of the must-see places in a lifetime. Kumarakom is an important stopover for a majority of these tourists. This famous tourist backwater hub is a cluster of islands on the eastern banks of Lake Vembanad. Compared to adjacent villages, the lake has its maximum length and breadth near Kumarakom - about eight km. With the huge lake on one side and with a network of calm canals running through it, Kumarakom, a masterpiece created by man and Nature together, enjoys a unique position on the map of Kerala. . After noon visit the famous Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary & rest of the day you can have leisure in your back water resort. Overnight stay in the hotel


Day 5 Kumarakom - Thekkady

Next travel to the plantation town of Kumily. and en route to this scenic town,stop for a photo session in the visually delectable rubber and tree plantations. .
Reach Kumily at night and have a peaceful sleep there.


Day 6 Thekkady

Spend the entire day getting captivated by the various surprises this enchanting place has in store for you. Fall in love with its breathtaking, untouched beauty and take a leisurely boat ride to savour it’s serene picturesqueness bit by bit. .
Take an enticing elephant ride in the town, and indulge in a relaxing Ayurvedic massage that will definitely ease you off your unwanted stress and tension. Also visit the spice garden and relish your senses with its ebullient aroma.


Day 7 Madurai

Madurai, one of the oldest cities of India, is the soul of Tamil Nadu. This place is a perfect amalgamation of modernity and tradition. .
A visit to the Meenakshi Amman Temple is a must for any person who travels to Madurai. This temple is a fine epitome of immaculate South Indian architecture. It is open on all days from 4 am to 8pm.


Day 8 Kovalam

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. It is also one of the oldest tourist enclaves in India, which known among tourist circuit right in 1930s. Kovalam shot into limelight in the early seventies with arrivals of the masses of hippies. That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach..
Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness the Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Halcyon Castle. Later, in 1936, the next Queen, HH Karthika Tribunal choose this palace for her honeymoon with her newlywed husband, 1st Prince GV Raja. It was Prince G.V Raja who found immense tourist potentiality of the region and decided promote the region among state guests, by inviting Thomas Cook & Sons- UK to develop the region. The Maharaja of Travancore soon started hosting regular state banquets and accommodation of his European guests in Kovalam Halcyon Palace. This made the beach popular among European families living in nearby Madras and Bombay Presidencies as well as elite Travancore families to spend their holidays. Thus, the move helped to lay foundations of modern tourism industry in South India. Post independent India, the beach was popular among Indians and few tourists. It was 1970s, the hippie culture helped to revive the beach, with vast influx of tourists, spending their wild holidays here. When Kerala government thought of making tourism as a major industry, towards 1990s, Kovalam was the first tourist destination to be highlighted and promoted. Today it’s an intentionally renowned beach. Overnight stay in the hotel


Day 9 Kovalam

The quaint town of Kovalam has experienced the transition from a sleepy fishing village to Kerela’s most developed resort. The main stretch, Lighthouse beach is a heaven for the tourists as it features a number of hotels and restaurants along the shore. Full day at leisure. Overnight stay in the hotel..


Day 10 Departure

Transfer to the airport for flight to onward destination. End of our services.


Inclusions

Accommodation in well-appointed rooms with TWN/DBL room basis.
Transport services as per itinerary by A/C Medium Car for Package .
 Daily Breakfast in Hotels
Daily Breakfast in Hotels
All Meals in House Boat
Assistance, toll, taxes & interstate permits

Exclusions

Train/Flight Fares.
Guides / Entrances
Extra Supplements from Hotels.
Meals other than specified.
Items of personal nature viz. telephone calls, drinks, laundry bills, etc.
Anything which is not mentioned under “INCLUDES” header
05% Government Service Tax.

Additional Information

Above rates are net and non-commissionable to you.
Cost is based on 02 passengers travelling. Extra person will be accommodated in same room with an extra bed
Check in 1400 hrs. and check out 1200hrs
Rooms in Munnar and Thekkady are Non Air Conditioned due to their High Altitude.
All meals inclusive for 1 night on the houseboat.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Deluxe Houseboat will be from 09:00 pm to 06:00 am.
Air Conditioning operational times in AC Premium Houseboat will be from check in to check out.
Houseboat cruising time will be from 12:30 - 05:00 pm and 08:00 am to 09:00 am.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Rooms are subject to available at the time of booking.
Keeping with the heightened security procedures at all hotels and House boat/Day cruise we request all guests to carry a photo-identity with address proof to present at check-in. Foreign nationals are required to present their Passport and valid visa. Indian nationals can present any one of the following: Passport, Driving License, Voter ID card, Aadhaar Card or Bank Pass Book with Photograph. Pan cards are not allowed.
Air - condition is switched off in hilly regions.
• Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
Early check-ins or late check-outs will be subject to availability and charged as per hotel policy.
The rates are valid for the dates of travel and hotels as indicated.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In case of any change in the dates of travel, amendment or rerouting of itinerary, change in hotels/room types, the costs will vary accordingly.
In the event of circumstances/situations such as road blockage due to strike/agitation, natural calamities, sickness evacuation, delay/cancellation of train/flight etc. Also, due to monsoon rains and extreme weather patterns journey time can vary enormously at all times of year, which is beyond our control
5 % GST to be paid extra on top of package cost
Validity: From 01st October to March 31st.
Diwali & Christmas Peak season supplementary hike as per actual basis.