Located on the Malabar Coast of India, Kerala is a state located in southern India – also known as Gods Own Country. Kerala is one of the best tourist places because of its greenery, secluded beaches, lush tropical forests, waterfalls, numerous rivers, lagoons, natural harbors, monuments, exotic wildlife, Kerala Backwaters Houseboat and a great culture.
The state of Kerala offers a true feel of mother nature because of the large number of palm trees, paddy fields, kettuvallam rides and much more. The state is known for its 100% literacy, highest life expectancy and its cleanest and peaceful atmosphere. Moreover, Kerala is known for its communal and religious harmony which respects and values all traditions and cultures.
Kerala is blessed with a unique set of geographical features flanked by the Arabian Sea in the West, the towering Western Ghats in the East and networked by 44 interconnected rivers. It attracts tourists because of its pristine environment and rich culture. It is also known for its high quality of life in the field of education, healthcare, social justice and much more. In other words, the state is bestowed with natural, social and cultural resources.
Kerala is a green land of rice, coconut groves, hills, the forest as well as tea and coffee plantations. The state maintains a tropical climate across the year.
Kerala has three international airports: Trivandrum International Airport, Cochin International Airport and Calicut International Airport.
Kerala is known for its traditional healing therapies using various herbs and medicinal oils. These constitute the Ayurveda wellness packages that rejuvenate mind, body and soul of individuals.
Kerala offers a wide range of food to all food lovers – vegetarians as well as non-vegetarians. Spices played an integral part of Kerala’s history. You can pamper your taste buds with Chemmeen Thullichathu – a typical Kerala seafood delicacy, deserts like Tender Coconut Pudding, Palada Pradhaman, awesome Malabar Cuisine dishes - Aadu Attipathal, Beef Kurumulakittathu, Kunji Pathari and Tribal cuisines dishes like Kottu Kari, Pantithal, Ponnankanni, Paral Chuttathu, Njandu Varattiyathu, Chemmeen Kari.
The festivals celebrated in Kerala include Onam, Vishu Kani, Christmas, Easter, Bakri-Id, Muharram, Ramadan and few more.
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Day 1 - 2 Cochin
Arrive in Cochin - also known as Koch. The city is well known for its ancient synagogues, churches, and palaces. You can relax and enjoy a wide variety of delicious foods in the area as you go for sightseeing.
Day 3 - 4 Cochin - Munnar
We depart to Munnar (a town in the Western Ghats mountain range) by road and get to see the beautiful dotted hills in number full of tea plantations. While there you can visit the Eravikulam National Park and Mattupetty Dam and experience the very best in wildlife and water saving respectively.
Day 5 - 6 Munnar - Thekaddy
We travel to Thekaddy (Idukki district) by road and visit the famous Periyar national park full of beautiful natural scenery as well as wild animals. While here you can take part in a large number of outdoor activities like boat riding.
Day 7 Thekaddy - Allepy backwaters/Houseboat
While at Thekaddy, we take a trip to Allepy backwaters (a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes parallel to the Malabar Coast). Next, we take a ride in the famous and safe houseboats.
Day 8 Allepy- Cochin
We travel back to Cochin after having fun for a whole week.