Mini Kerala Tour (India)


On arrival at Cochin meet & assist and transfer to the hotel. Cochin (Kochi) is spread across islands and promontories in a stunning location between the Arabian Sea and the Backwaters. The city was founded in 1341 when a flood created a natural safe port which became the principal harbour for Malabar Coast’s spice trade. Overnight stay at Cochin.


After breakfast check-out from the hotel & drive to Munnar. Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. At 1600m above sea level, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. On arrival check–in at the hotel. Overnight stay at Munnar.


After breakfast proceed for sightseeing in Munnar covering Mount Carmel, the first Catholic Church in the high ranges, Mattapetty Lake, tea museum, cattle breeding center, Top Station-the topmost point in Munnar and Devikulam-a small hill station. Overnight stay at Munnar.


In the morning, leave for Kumarakom. In the lush backwaters of Kottayam in Kerala, lies a veritable paradise, which is called Kumarakom, or the ‘Venice of the East’. Kumarakom is Kerala’s heartland of lagoons, palm fringed lakes and paddy fields, inter-linked with hundreds of winding canals, and with the typical low slung country boats that carry everything from people to fish, rice and coconuts to the milkman and newspaper boy, local politicians and priests to wedding parties. Overnight stay at Kumarakom.


After breakfast full day free at leisure. Overnight stay at Kumarakom.

DAY 6: KUMARAKOM–COCHIN (DEPARTURE): After breakfast check–out from the hotel & drive to Cochin airport to board flight to your onward destination.

Rates are per person sharing.

Inclusion: Accommodation on bed & breakfast, airport transfers , entrance to the monuments, local English speaking guide only in Cochin and Munnar only for sightseeing as per programme, all applicable taxes.

Valid up to 31 Mar 2018. Excludes flights.

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