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♦ 'Best Inbound Tour Operator Award' from Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India

♦ Approved by Ministry of Tourism & Accredited by Kerala Tourism

Best places to visit in Kerala (06 Nights / 07 Days)

Routing: Trivandrum | Kovalam | Houseboat | Thekkady | Munnar | Cochin

Kerala is a state of diverse landscapes, sights and experiences. Don't let the tiny sliver on the map of India fool you into thinking Kerala can be circumnavigated within a day or two. It's not just a place filled with beaches and greenery. There is much more to the list you see when you type in best tourist places in Kerala.From dreamy honeymoon packages to fun-filled family vacations, get ready to experience the best places in Kerala.

The best tour packages go beyond just the conventional tourist attractions in Kerala. Their expertise seeks to completely immerse tourists and families in the rich culture and experiences that the various places in Kerala have to offer. Soak in the crimson sunset rays on the beaches of Kovalam which is one of the famous tourist places in Kerala, and let the waves wash away those worries. Move away from the conventional hotels and make your tent on the waters with a mesmerising houseboat package along the backwaters of Alleppey. Sleep under stars as the anchor drops and the gentle splash of water lulls you to a peaceful night's sleep. A great choice for those looking for Kerala honeymoon packages in a houseboat.

Brace yourself for a spicy awakening the next day as you visit the pepper and cardamom plantations nestled cosily amidst the greenery of Thekkady. If that doesn't amaze you, prepare to be overwhelmed by Thekkady's tea plantations that dot the horizon as far as the eye can see. From the waters and the plantations, make your way to the place that defines green in nature's dictionary - Munnar. One of the best places in Kerala, let the green carpet be your playground as you make your way amidst tea plantations and breath-taking scenery. Finish the trip on a high at Cochin with its late-night revelry and shopping experiences. The best Kerala tour packages are the ones that keep you talking and reminiscing days and months after you've made your way home.

Kovalam Beach

KOVALAM

Day 01 - Arrival Trivandrum - Kovalam

You are greeted on arrival at Trivandrum International Airport/Railway station by The Travel Planners representative and transfer you to Kovalam the beach, enriched with rich Greenery of Coconut Palms and laced with golden sands. On arrival check in at the hotel. Rest of the day free to relax and enjoy the beach. Stay overnight at Hotel.

The serene beaches of Kovalam are located approximately 20 kms from Trivandrum – Kerala’s capital. Trivandrum or Thiruvananthapuram is centrally located and usually the central hub from where travelers spread out to visit the various tourist places in Kerala. Hop into the A/C cab provided by Kerala Tour Packages and dive into a power nap to prepare yourselves for the day ahead or take in the local sights and sounds as you travel through Kamaleshwaram and Paravakunnu. Interesting fact: The famous Pazhanchira Devi Temple which is over 700 years old and was founded by a Sidhayogi lies in this route close to Paravakunnu.

Before you know it, you’ll be greeted by the tranquil sound of blue waves emerging from the Kovalam beach. With three crescent shaped beaches huddled next to each other, Kovalam has been one of the most sought-after tourist places in Kerala by travelers who love the seaside. Having become a magnet for eager tourists around the world, you can see the entire coastline dotted with seaside activities, trinket shops, ayurvedic spas and shacks. All this without the noise and annoyance of beach destinations you will find elsewhere.

If you’re the adventurous kind, give the endless list of seaside activities a shot like parasailing, kayaking and surfing. Walk past the little shops tucked away in the countless lanes in Kovalam for some souvenir shopping. The list to things to do in Kovalam goes on and on, rightfully cementing its place at the top of the best tourist places in Kerala.

Kerala Houseboat

HOUSEBOAT

Day 02 - Houseboat (Alleppey Round)

Today morning after breakfast proceed to Alleppey, known as the Venice of the East. On arrival check into a Traditional Houseboat of Kerala Style. Cruise through the back waters is the fabulous way to explore the fascinating beauty of backwaters. Stay overnight in the Houseboat (A/C).

Fondly called Alappuzha by the locals, Alleppey often finds itself on Kerala tourism promotions and advertisements. The silent and serene backwaters lined with towering palm trees make it one of the best tourist places in Kerala for families and couples looking for honeymoon packages in a houseboat.

The backwaters are an integral part of the state of Kerala. Alleppey backwaters are formed by the constant force and movement acting on the west coast by waves in the Arabian Sea that create low barrier land pockets at the mouth of the 38 rivers traversing the length and breadth of Kerala. Travelling on a houseboat is great way to get up-close with the local culture by watching the locals go about their everyday chores, fisherman setting up the nets for the day and most importantly discover a unique side of India.

Thekkady Boating

THEKKADY

Day 03 - Thekkady

Today morning after breakfast disembark Houseboat and proceed to Thekkady. On arrival, check into the Resort/Hotel. After lunch visit spice plantation like cardamom, Pepper, Coffee, and tea estate etc… On way back to hotel you could stop at the local market and pick up some fragrant spices. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Thekkady is another place in the list of the best tourist places perched in the heart of Kerala that should be on every South India tour package. The geography of Thekkady lends to a different vibe during different seasons ensuring the best time to visit Thekkady is… well…anytime! Summertime during March till May is a great way to enjoy Thekkady to yourselves as tourist activity drops during this time which means great deals, less crowds and more adventure. The monsoons from June to September is the best time to visit Thekkady as the rains nourish the flora and the whole region takes on a new shade of green. Winter season from October to February draws in adventurous travellers and tourists who embark on riding and trekking activities throughout the sprawling trails spread across Thekkady.

Munnar Tea Hills

MUNNAR

Day 04 - Munnar

Morning after breakfast move to Munnar hills. On the way to Munnar you can see tea gardens spread like a green carpet over hundreds of kilometers, lush green hills, a place so difficult to describe, very low population too far from pollution, most of the area covered by Tata tea. On arrival check in to the Hotel and relax. Overnight at Munnar.

Munnar Lake View

MUNNAR

Day 05 - Munnar

Morning sightseeing in Munnar which includes Mattupetty, Eco-Point, Tea Museum, Pothamedu etc. You can also enjoy boating in the Lake (optional). Overnight at Munnar.

A great start to any Kerala honeymoon package, Munnar lets you escape the regular grind of city life and indulge in a much-needed period of calm and tranquillity. The local District Tourism Council lets you take a boat trip around the Mattupetty Dam, which is a popular picnic spot for tourists visiting Munnar. Pothamedu will leave your mouth wide open with a breath-taking view from the top of the hills with the outline of the Idukki Arch Dam in the background.

View from Fort Kochi

KOCHI

Day 06 - Cochin

Today morning after breakfast Proceed to Cochin. On arrival check into Hotel. Afternoon you can go for the sightseeing of Cochin. Here you can see the St Francis Church, the oldest Church in India, 500 year old Portuguese Houses, Cantilevered Chinese fishing nets, 16th century Synagogue, Jew Town and Mattancherry Palace; built by Portuguese, this Palace contains some of India’s most beautiful murals. Evening go shopping. Overnight at Hotel.

NB - Jewish synagogue, Mattancherry Palace, etc are closed on all Fridays & Saturdays

View from Fort Kochi

Day 07 - Departure

Morning after breakfast departure transfer to Cochin Airport/Railway station for your onward journey.

* * Tour Ends * *

Tour Cost PER PERSON in INR (Valid from 01 Oct 2019 - 31 Mar 2020*)

Number of PAX STANDARD DELUXE PREMIUM TRANSPORTATION
02 pax 25,100 / pax 32,500 / pax 49,500 / pax A/C Indigo
04 to 06 Pax 21,000 / pax 28,300 / pax 45,300 / pax A/C Innova
08 to 12 Pax 18,800 / pax 26,200 / pax 43,200 / pax A/C Tempo Traveller
16 to 24 Pax 18,600 / pax 26,000 / pax 43,000 / pax A/C Bus (Benz)
* Above price is not valid from 20 Dec 2019 to 10 Jan 2020

 

Accommodation

Destination STANDARD DELUXE PREMIUM
Kovalam Jasmine Palace The Ayur Villa The Auyr Villa
Alleppey A/C Houseboat A/C Houseboat A/C Houseboat
Thekkady Jungle Park Resort Mountain Courtyard Cardamom County
Munnar Cuckmere Resort Munnar Tea Country Spice Tree Resort
Cochin The Villa Romantica The Villa Romantica Taj Gateway

 

Cost Includes & Excludes

COST INCLUDES COST EXCLUDES
  • Accommodation in mentioned Resorts/Hotels with
  • Breakfast
  • All meals at Houseboat A/C
  • Transfers using A/C Vehicle as per itinerary
  • Arrival assistance
  • Service of an English speaking driver
  • Driver’s expense, Parking, Toll
  • All Taxes
  • Flight / Train tickets
  • Services / facilities not mentioned in cost includes
  • Extra meals or Drinks
  • Tips
  • Telephone charges
  • Laundry & other expenses of personal nature
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Frequently Asked Questions


How can I spend 5 days in Kerala?

There are several tourist places in Kerala which you can explore in 5 days. You can start from Trivandrum, the capital city and travel to Kovalam, famous for its exotic beaches. From there, you can travel to Alleppey and enjoy a serene houseboat ride. Moving on to Thekkady, you can enjoy nature at its best. Next comes Munnar with its beautiful plantations and rolling hills. You can end your trip with Cochin, a relaxed coastal town steeped with old- world charm.

What are the best things to do in Kerala?

Kerala offers a wide range of experiences for travellers. Among the many tourist attractions in Kerala, you can go for Munnar if you’re a sucker for hills and greenery. If you love beaches, you should definitely go for Kovalam. The rustic charm of Kerala comes out best in Thekkady. If you have a thing for history and culture, the rich heritage of Cochi will enthral you.

Which is the most beautiful place in Kerala?

Kerala is full of beautiful places. Among them, Munnar is one of the most beautiful places. A quiet hill station, Munnar has vast green plantations and beautiful mist-laden hills. It’s an ideal place to relax, unwind, and enjoy the beauty of nature.

Which is the best time to go to Kerala?

Generally, September to March is considered to be the best time to visit Kerala since the weather is cool and comfortable. It’s a pleasant time to explore the beaches, hills, plantations, and forests. There are also a plethora of festivals to enjoy during this time in Kerala.

How much does it cost to visit Kerala?

If you’re planning for 6 days and 7 nights trip, then the cost for 2 people can come up to 25,100 per person.

What is special in Thekkady?

The special attraction in Thekkady is its wildlife. Thekkady is home to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary where you will get to see a wide range of wildlife such as Gaur, sambar, Nilgiri Langur, Malabar Giant Squirrel, Lion Tailed Macaque, and tiger. You can embark on an elephant or tiger safari too for an adventurous time.

Why is Thekkady famous?

Thekkady is one of the most enchanting places to visit in Kerala. It’s famous for the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary which hosts a wide variety of wildlife including 62 species of mammals, 320 species of birds, 27 species of amphibians, 45 species of reptiles, and 38 species of fish.

How much does it cost to live on a houseboat?

You can book a luxurious houseboat in the pristine backwaters in Kerala. A five-star luxury 1 bedroom houseboat costs around Rs. 23000 per night for two people including all meals. The houseboat contains an A/c bedroom and dining room with all the modern amenities.

What is Munnar famous for?

Munnar is one of the best tourist places in Kerala. It’s famous for its lush tea plantations and rolling green hills that spread as far as the eyes can see. Situated at about 1600 m above sea level, Munnar is a paradise for nature lovers. This little hill station with oodles of colonial charm is going to fill you up with a sense of serenity.

What are the best places to visit in Munnar in one day?

Munnar has an amazing array of spectacular places to see - Atukkad Waterfalls, Echo Point, Pothamedu View Point, Tea Museum, Kundala Dam and Lake, Eravikulam National Park, and Mattupetti Dam.

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