When you arrive at Cochin airport, our representative will meet you at the airport and we will
Drive for Munnar then will assist you as you go to your pre-booked hotel. In the afternoon, you
are scheduled to be on a local Tour, and en-route visits the famous Athirampally Waterfalls.
Munnar also Known for being the former resort capital of the British Raj, Munnar is among the best hill
stations you can come across, where you can see some of the best Tea Plantations. On your
arrival, you will check in at the hotel, and the rest of the day will be free to roam around. In the
evening, you will go downtofor shopping, where you can get small souvenirs. Finally,
overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, the car will take you for a full-day local tour of Munnar. Here, you will see
the amazing range of tea plantations, Kuthumkal Waterfalls, Observatory Hills, Mattupetty Dam,
and Rajamalai for checking wild Nilgiri Thars. Among the many interests is Evikulam National
Park. Overnight stay will be at Hotel.
Enjoy a lazy morning, eat a healthy breakfast, revive the spirits and pack your bags. Today we check out from the hotel and drive to Alleppey. > One of the major attractions of Kerala that pulls in numerous tourists to the destination, Alleppey is a unique attraction. > Check in to your houseboat on arrival. > Relax over the gentle ripples of calm waters and sights of palm groves swaying in the cool breeze, away from the city dust and screeching honks; a silent charm that makes it no less than a paradise. > Relish freshly prepared lunch on the houseboat. > The day is at your own to accustom with the place. > Spend a beautiful night by the dim moonlight, by the rushing waters and cool breeze. > After having dinner onboard, enjoy ultimate intimacy with nature and oneself. > Stay overnight at the houseboat.
Meal – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.
In the morning after breakfast at the hotel, drive to Cochin airport for back home.
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Kerala is known as God’s own country and is real heaven on earth which has picturesque places. Kerala holidays are most popular for the many pristine beaches and coastal activities, its towns, villages, vibrant culture, and festivals, for its lush hill-stations, forests, and wildlife. The best places to visit would be Alappuzha, Kochi, Coorg, Munnar, Wayanad and Thekaddy.
Kerala experiences a heavy monsoon and extremely humid summers. That’s why the best time to visit Kerala is considered the winter season, between September and March. During these months, the weather is pleasantly cool and ideal to enjoy the outdoors.
You can find Kerala tour packages of varying lengths and each of them offer plenty of scenic beauty and thrilling activity. Yatra Organizer Kerala packages range from quick 2-Nights – 3-Day stays to, long 7-night 8-day holidays.
Ideally, you should pack according to the season in which you are planning your Kerala tour and the places you plan on going to. For summer, light cotton clothes are best. For hill stations, carry a few woolen layers to keep warm. Do remember to dress conservatively when visiting temples and other religious or culturally significant sites.
For one person, a one-week Kerala vacation costs roughly Rs 9,183. So, a one-week trip to Kerala for two people costs roughly Rs18,367. In Kerala, a two-week journey for two individuals costs Rs36,734.
Munnar is considered one of the most beautiful tourist places in Kerala and should be definitely visited during your Kerala tour. Situated on the Western Ghats, Munnar is evidently one of the highest producers of tea on the Indian subcontinent. The view of undulating hills as the touch the clouds in Munnar rejuvenates your mind and soul.
Spices, Tea and Coffee, Coir Handicrafts, Shell Showpieces, Kathakali Masks, Kasavu Mundu, Nettipattam, Cashews are few best things you should buy on your Kerala trip.
The local language in Kerala is Malayalam. However, both English and Hindi are widely spoken, especially around tourist spots.
Yes, Kerala is safe for everyone. Kerala is a relatively safe destination not just for solo female travelers but also for tourists across the globe in India since it is primarily about people and diverse cultures. All the necessary guidelines and safety precautions are given utmost importance making Kerala a great place to visit.
The sobriquet of Seven Sisters was first coined in 1972 by a journalist named Jyoti Prakash Salgia during the inaugural foundation of these northeastern states of India. Despite the ethnic disparities, all the states in the region share similar geographical and cultural features. Initially, they also shared the isolation from the rest of India which lead to a mutual interdependence of social, political, and economic nature. Though Sikkim joined this group in 1975, it is often referred to as a brother rather than the eighth sister. Therefore, these northeastern states are still collectively referred to as the seven sisters.
Yes, Kerala is very safe for women travellers.
Ideally, you should pack according to the season of your visit and the places you plan on going to. For summer, light cotton clothes are best. For hill stations, carry a few woolen layers to keep warm. Do remember to dress conservatively when visiting temples and other religious or culturally significant sites.
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