30 Sep 2018
|From RM2,089 /person
|Kochi ● Munnar ● Periyar ● Aleppey
“PRICE QUOTED IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO CURRENCY FLUCTUATION”
PACKAGE INCLUSIVE OF:
- 05 night accommodation on double/twin sharing basis as per hotels mentioned above or similar.
- Accommodation on bed & breakfast basis (Breakfast would be buffet in the Coffee Shop of the hotels).
- Meals 6 x Lunch, 6 x Dinner at local restaurant.
- All transfers, sightseeing will be by one aircond vehicles as per the itinerary.
- Entrace to the Monuments(01 visit) as per the itinerary.
- Visit to Tea Museum in Munnar.
- Boat ride on Lake Periyar.
- Spice Plantation in Periyar.
- Services of English speaking local guides as per itinerary.
- Includes all road taxes, parking fee, fuel charges and interstate taxes.
- Representative for assistance on arrival and departure transfers.
PACKAGE EXCLUSIVE OF:
- International flight ticket & airport tax.
- All personal expenses during the travel.
- Porterage and tipping to driver or helper.
- No vehicle at disposal during day at leisure.
- Any meals other than those mentioned above.
- Personal travel Insurance.
- Others item not mentioned in itinerary.
- SURCHARGE AT THE HOTEL CASE BY CASE.
DAY 01 : Lunch / Dinner
Welcome to Kerala! Upon arrival at Cochin Airport in the early morning, you are greeted by our representative. Transferred to hotel where our representative helps you check in and briefs you about the following tours. Have some free time on your own. Breakfast at local restaurant. Morning at leisure. After lunch start your exploration of Fort Cochin. Follow the footprint left centuries ago by Dutch, Portuguese, British, Arab and Chinese and soak up the cultural atmosphere as you stroll along the quaint narrow lanes of Fort Cochin to visit the Dutch Palace (close on Fridays and national holidays), St Francis Church and India’s oldest Jewish Synagogue in Jew Town (close on Friday, Saturday and Jewish holidays). Later head to the harbour where local fisherman use the old Chinese fishing nets introduced and erected centuries ago. Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Cochin.
DAY 02 : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
COCHIN > MUNNAR
After buffet breakfast at hotel, drive to Munnar a beautiful hill station situated 1600 meters above sea level. Munnar is a town in the Western Ghats mountain range in India’s Kerala state. A hill station and former resort for the British Raj elite, it’s surrounded by rolling hills dotted with tea plantations established in the late 19th century. Eravikulam National Park, a habitat for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, is home to the Lakkam Waterfalls,hiking trails and 2695m tall Anamudi Peak. Upon arrival you will be transferred to hotel. The rest of the day at leisure. You can stroll around and enjoy the peace and freshness of mountain air along with its breathtaking beauty. Overnight in Munnar.
DAY 03 : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
After buffet breakfast at the hotel, start visit to Rajamalai (18 km from Munnar) and home to the largest population of the endangered nilgiri tahr (wild goats). This 97 sq km park, a former hunting preserve of the British planters today exemplifies wildlife conservation at its best. The incredibly agile Nilgiri Tahr is today the pride of Munnar and its mascot. Afternoon exploration of Munnar, the idyllic tourist destination in Kerala. Explore the sprawling tea plantations, pristine valleys and mountains, exotic species of flora and fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests and enjoy the aroma of spice-scented cool air. Also visit the Tea Museum, which houses an interesting array of relics and artifacts of the past. At the adjacent tea processing unit, one can see the various stages of tea manufacture and the intricacies of tea-tasting which an educative experience is. Overnight in Munnar.
DAY 04 : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
MUNNAR > PERIYAR
After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Periyar Tiger Reserve, India’s earliest sanctuary and one of the best places to see Asian Elephant. After check in to your hotel, stroll through one of the spice plantations this area famous for learn about the many different uses of spices, both in medicine and food. Later visit to the spice plantation. As you take a walk along the streets of Kumily or the winding pathways among the plantations, the thing that strikes you first is the lingering aroma in the air. The scent may be of cloves, nutmeg, pepper, cinnamon or cardamom and sometimes a fragrance that combines the scents of two or more spices. The geographical and climatic peculiarities of Kumily such as the cool climate and its elevation from the sea level make it ideal for spice cultivate. Overnight in Periyar.
DAY 05 : Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
PERIYAR > ALLEPPEY
After breakfast, head to Alleppey, embark on your houseboat and start an echanting cruise along the reputed backwater of Kerala; just relax and lay back while you navigate slowly through the tranquil waterways. It is a wonderful opportunity to discover Kerala’s rural lifestyle. You will see that Kerala is known for its cashew nuts, coir trade, rice, rice, pepper crops & coconuts. If you like, have a refreshing bath in the backwaters on the tranquil Vembanad Lake. Your chef on houseboat will prepare delicious Kerala specialties on board for set menu lunch and dinner. Overnight in houseboat.
DAY 06 : Breakfast / Lunch
ALLEPPEY > COCHIN
After breakfast on the houseboat, disembark at Alleppey and say goodbye to backwater then head back to Cochin city for some last-minute shopping. Lunch at local restaurant. After dinner transfer from hotel to the airport for your flight home.