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Cochin | Starlit Suite
Allepey | Deluxe Houseboat
Munnar | Abad Copper
Thekkady | Papervine
Trivendrum | Abad Harmonia

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Cochin | Abad Atrium
Allepey | Premium Houseboat
Munnar | Silver Tips
Thekkady | Poetree Sarovar Portico
Trivendrum | Abad Harmonia

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Cochin | Trident
Allepey | Premium Houseboat
Munnar | Amber Dale
Thekkady | Poetree Sarovar Portico
Trivendrum | Uday Samudra

RM 3688 (Per Person)

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D1: Arrive Cochin
D2: Proceed And Explore Munnar (B,D)
D3: Discovery Tour Of Munnar (B,D)
D4: Travel And Explore Thekkady (B,D)
D5: Proceed To Allepey To Embark On The Backwaters Cruise (B,L,D)
D6: Travel To The Capital Of Kerala (B,D)
D7: Return To Cochin And Take A Discovery Tour Of Old Kochi (B,D)
D8: Free To Explore On Your Own Before Departing Cochin (B)

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DAY 01: ARRIVE COCHIN
Upon arrival welcomed and transferred to the hotel .
Named as 1 of the 10 Paradises of the World by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism initiatives and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Dubbed God's Own Country, this picturesque destination is sandwiched between the Western Ghats mountains and the Arabian Sea, dotted with magical backwaters, lush greenery, wildlife, pristine beaches, rich art and culture, spice and tea plantations, Ayurvedic therapies and tantalizing cuisine.
Overnight stay at the hotel in Cochin.

DAY 02: PROCEED AND EXPLORE MUNNAR (Breakfast/Dinner)
After breakfast at hotel proceed to Munnar.
Munnar is situated at around 1,600 metres (5,200 ft) above sea level, in the Western Ghats mountain range. Munnar is also called the Kashmir of South India and is a popular honeymoon destination. 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. Explore the Eravikulam National Park here, a habitat for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, and is also home to the Lakkam Waterfalls, hiking trails and the 2,695m-tall Anamudi Peak.
Enroute the Munnar you will visit the Stunning Cheeyappara & Valara Waterfalls with its dense growth of trees all around and several rare species of plants and animals can be seen here. The Waterfalls gush down in seven tiers and the area is truly a spectacular sight to behold.
Thereafter proceed to the Karadipara View Point getting you a picture perfect view to seizure the beauty of Munnar. Enjoy magnificent views of the mountains and Tea plantations from this place.
Upon arrival check in at the Resort. Evening free at your leisure.
Dinner and Overnight stay in Munnar hotel.

DAY 03: DISCOVERY TOUR OF MUNNAR (Breakfast/Dinner)
Morning after breakfast proceed on a Discovery Tour of Munnar.
First visit the Eravikulam National Park home and sanctuary of the Nilgiri Tahr (Endangered Mountain Goat). The park is spread over 97sq km and has very rare flora and fauna present which is one of the main attraction for visitors here.
Next visit the Mattupetty Dam & Lake The Mattupetty Lake is a perennial lake which never dries up even in the summers, while swelling to its maximum capacity in the monsoon when the rains add to its volume. This availability of water continuously round the year makes it very popular with birds and wild animals that rely on this reservoir to quench their thirst. It is possible to sight elephants by the Madupetty Lake as it is a vital source of water for these pachyderms that travel around the region in groups.
Thereafter proceed to the Tata Tea Museum, showcasing the history of tea cultivation in Munnar since 1876 when tea was first planted in this tea plantation district. On display are several rare artefacts and curios as well as evocative photographs from an era long forgotten and of which few are aware. The Tata Tea Company holds the record for being the World’s Second Largest Tea Producer and distributor.
Next visit Top Station, The Highest Point in Munnar (1700m). Top Station got its name from the fact that it was the uppermost railway station located in the Kundala Valley. At this highest point, you may feel that the clouds are just a hands touch away from you. The destination is famous for the Neelakurinji flowers (Strobilanthus), which used to bloom once in twelve years.
Lastly visit the
Echo Point which is situated right in the lap of a quaint lake and misty hills covered with lush green trees. As the name suggests, this place is well known for its enthralling illustration of the phenomenon of echoing. As you scream, it is fun to hear your voice reverberate around the attraction again and again. Trek, walk, stroll or indulge in boating because Echo point in Munnar is a place where you see the creamy clouds floating and rolling down the hilltops, the lush vegetation creates a sight which is often captured in cameras to boost the beauty of Munnar.
Thereafter transferred back to your hotel.
Dinner and Overnight stay in Munnar hotel.

DAY 04: TRAVEL AND EXPLORE THEKKADY (Breakfast/Dinner)
Morning after breakfast proceed to Thekkady.
Nestled in the heart of the protected jungle area, the alluring Thekkady or Periyar Lake is famous for its wide varieties of wildlife. You can also take a boat ride in the reservoir, which offers plenty of chances to spot some rare birds like Malabar Grey Hornbill and Nilgiri Wood Pigeon.
Enroute visit the Spice Plantation. Known as the Spice Capital of the World, 12 varieties of them including ginger, garlic, cardamom, vanilla, pepper, cinnamon, coffee, tea, clove and nutmeg is cultivated in Thekkady and its neighboring villages. From those days Kerala was known for its spices and traders used to travel here to trade and to gain control over this rich land. It is believed that the spice trade dates back three thousand years. Today the Biggest Cardamom auction centre in the World is situated here in Thekkady.
Next visit the Periyar National Park known as Periyar Tiger Reserve. This wildlife sanctuary is home to tigers and a significant elephant population, as well as rare lion-tailed macaques, sambar deer, leopards and Indian bison. In the park's north, Periyar Lake is popular for boat rides. Here we will embark on a Boat Safari, with a one of a kind animal watching where you can watch the animals very closely, sitting comfortably in the boat. Boating is the best way to adore the beauty of the lake and the national park.
In the evening you will be entertained to the famous Kathakali Cultural Performance Kathakali originated in the state of Kerala between the 16th and 17th centuries, around the same time as Shakespeare. Kathakali evolved from earlier temple art forms in the 17th century, is based on Hinduism and is a highly charged powerful drama that combines devotion, drama, dance, music, costumes and make up to produce one of the most impressive forms of sacred theatre in the world. This dance form uses exquisite expressions, hand and feet movements and also consists of a unique costume which is much different from other Indian Classical dance forms. The mask also forms a major attraction of this dance.
Thereafter transferred to your hotel.
Dinner and Overnight stay in Thekkady hotel.

DAY 05: PROCEED TO ALLEPEY TO EMBARK ON THE BACKWATERS CRUISE (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
Morning after breakfast at hotel proceed to "Allepey known for its Backwaters, Beaches, Lagoons and dubbed Venice of the East
A vacation to Kerala is incomplete without spending some relaxing time, cruising through the backwaters of Alleppey. You can sit back and relax as you enjoy the magnificent setting of beautiful coconut fringed waters, paddy fields and lovely sights of the human-made islands. A houseboat experience is truly the best of both worlds as you enjoy the luxury style treatment of comfortable interiors and delicious food to make your experience memorable and worthwhile.
Alleppey is gifted with a unique crisscrossing network of canals that runs throughout the town which allows you to access and explore the entire area while you're relaxing on your houseboat. These 120-foot-long abodes of luxury glide along the placid backwaters of Alleppey and provide you with a stunning view.
The houseboat will always be manned by at least 3 people- a cook, a guide and an oarsman. Delicious meals are provided on the houseboats by the in-house cook which are a local favourite. The guide keeps you posted of all the important landmarks you pass and the oarsman makes sure you have a wonderful time cruising along the calm backwaters.
Upon arrival check into your traditional houseboat by 1230hrs. Lunch and dinner will be served onboard while you Cruise The Famous Backwaters of Kerala enjoying the charms of the local village life.
Overnight stay in the houseboat in Allepey.

DAY 06: TRAVEL TO THE CAPITAL OF KERALA (Breakfast/Dinner)
Morning after breakfast on the houseboat checkout and travel to Trivandrum.
Trivandrum is the Capital City of Kerala. The city has an appealing blend of a strongly rooted heritage and a nostalgic colonial legacy. Built upon seven hills, this city has long since left the days when it was only used by seafaring explorers behind - today, Trivandrum is an expensive metropolis with quaint urban charm and plenty of architectural and historical places to visit. In addition, Trivandrum is a gateway to nearby popular beach towns of Kovalam and Varkala.
Enroute visit the Richest Temple in the World, Padmanabhaswamy temple (also known as Anantha Padmanabhaswamy temple) is a must-visit temple of India. The name of the city of 'Thiruvananthapuram' in Tamil and Malayalam translates to "The City of Lord Ananta", referring to the main deity of the temple.
Next visit the Kuthira Malika Palace. Renowned for its Travancore styled architectural features and its structural elegance, this museum houses priceless paintings, traditional furniture and the royal family collections. Built in the 1840s by the great Maharaja Swathi Thirunal, the Kuthira Malika Palace stands as an iconic monument that gives you a curious insight into the glorious history of Kerala.
Thereafter proceed to the Beach town of Kovalam The low tides, shallow water, and the pristine nature of this beach are what makes this beach a famous attraction for both local & international tourist.
Check in to your beach resort and Watch the perfect Sunset on the The Arabian Sea in Kovalam, which is said to be one of the best beaches in India.
Dinner and overnight at resort in Kovalam.

DAY 07: RETURN TO COCHIN AND TAKE A DISCOVERY TOUR OF OLD KOCHI (Breakfast/Dinner)
Morning after breakfast return back to Cochin. (198km roughly 5.5hrs)
In the afternoon proceed on a Discovery Tour of Old Cochin.
Popularly known as the Queen of Arabian Sea, the city flaunts one of the finest natural harbors of the world and was the center of the world spice trade for many centuries. Old Kochi (presently called West Kochi), loosely refers to a group of islands which comprise of Willingdon Island, Fort Kochi & Mattancherry.
First visit Fort Kochi the first European township in India. A charming seaside area, Fort Kochi is known for its Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture.
See the Chinese Fishing Nets along the Vasco Da Gama Square, which is believed to have been introduced by Chinese explorer Zheng He. The fishing net established itself on the Kochi shores between 1350 and 1450 AD.
Together you will also visit St Francis Church, Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue and the Jew Town.
Dinner and Overnight stay in Cochin hotel.

DAY 08: FREE TO EXPLORE ON YOUR OWN BEFORE DEPARTING COCHIN (Breakfast)
After breakfast free for personal activities.
You have the day to explore Cochin and its surroundings.
Thereafter transferred to airport for your onward journey.

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8days Best of KERALA with Munnar and Thekkady
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Visit Cochin, Munnar, Theekady, Allepey, Trivendrum & Kovalam. This tour is as relaxing as an ayurvedic massage, just setting foot on this swathe of soul-quenching green will slow your stride to a blissed out amble. Besides its famous backwaters, rice paddies, coconut groves, elegant houseboats and delicately spiced, taste-bud-tingling cuisine, Kerala is home to wild elephants, exotic birds and the odd tiger and crazily vibrant traditions.


Trip Highlights

Dubbed 'God's Own Country' & 1 of the 10 Paradises of the World by National Geographic. Let us take you on a Guided Private Tour of this Place
Visit & Explore the Spice Capital of the World
Enjoy & experience Sumptuous Malabar Cuisine at your hotel
Watch the perfect Sunset on the The Arabian Sea in Kovalam
Be entertained to the famous Kathakali Cultural Performance
Pamper yourself to an Ayurvedic Spa in Kovalam Beach Resort
Visit Kuthira Malika Palace - known for its Travancore styled architecture
Embark on a Boat Safari in Periyar National Park for a 1 of a kind animal sighting
Cruise The Famous Backwaters of Kerala enjoying the charms of the local village life
Spend 2nights to explore what is called the "Kashmir of South India", Munnar Hill Resort
Explore the 1st European township in India, A charming seaside area known for its Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture

What to see?

Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple
The Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is a Hindu temple located in Thiruvananthapuram, capital of the state Kerala, India. The name of the city of 'Thiruvananthapuram' in Tamil and Malayalam translates to "The City of Lord Ananta", referring to the main deity of the temple.

What to see?

Namaskar! Welcome to the world where it's wealth is natural beauty, Kerala!
Kerala is well-known for its scenic beauty, amazing beaches, and mouthwatering cuisine.A state on India's tropical Malabar Coast, has nearly 600km of Arabian Sea shoreline.Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism initiatives and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

What to see?

Cannot afford Kashmir? Drove a tour to Munnar, the Kashmir of South India!
Munnar is a town in the Western Ghats mountain range in India’s Kerala state. Virgin forests, savannah, rolling hills, scenic valleys, numerous streams, huge splashy waterfalls, sprawling tea plantations and winding walkways are all part of the great holiday experience on offer for a traveler to Munnar. Munnar is also known for Neelakurinji, a rare plant which flowers only once in twelve years.

What to see?

Cascading down the rocky slopes you'll surely turn around with this eye dropping Cheeyappara falls.
Cheeyappara Waterfalls is a beautiful waterfall on the highway to Kochi. Cascading down the rocky slopes, it is a magnificent seven-step waterfall right by the side of the road. It is situated near Adimali town, and it is a hot spot among tourists and adventure enthusiasts. You can take a quick dip in the pool formed below or just watch the water gushing down the rocks. The natural beauty of Cheeyappara Waterfalls is a sight to behold.The surroundings of Cheeyappara Waterfalls Adimali also offer several opportunities for trekking and forest walks. You can spot several exotic plant and animal species in the area.

What to see?

Finding a water trek but not too high? Have a step at Valara waterfall and enjoy the view around.
Valara features a chain of waterfalls falling from a height of about 1000 feet and provide a magnificent view. These waterfalls are surrounded by lush, dense forests that are home to a variety of animals and birds. It is one of the top waterfalls near Munnar.Though the falls are visible from highway, it demands good amount of trekking to reach the bottom of the falls. The surrounding places of the Valara Falls are good for trekking. The falls offer spectacular views in monsoon and post-monsoon seasons.

What to see?

Hop in at Karadippara View Point and snap the scenic view of mountains,tea,coffee and cardamon plantations.
Karadippara view point is a beautiful forest valley Sun set view point of Munnar.It is on the way to Munnar and you can enjoy the long view of mountains and tea plantations from this viewpoint. One could enjoy the long view of the mountains and Tea plantations from this place. The Magnificent view of the Mountain is beyond the words. There are few couple Park Bench Seats for the individuals who likes to discreetly dip in to this natural beauty. Karadipara view point offers an excellent view of the tea, coffee and cardamon plantations in Munnar. The vantage point offers a panoramic view of Munnar and adjoining valleys.The breath taking view of Munnar mountains fills our minds.

What to see?

Wander at Eravikulam National Park,the famous home and sanctuary of Nilgiri Tahr,the endangered mountain goat.
Perched 7000 ft. above sea level, is break taking in the size and diversity of flora and fauna. A former hunting preserve of the British planters, the Park today exemplifies wildlife at its best. It was declared a Sanctuary in 1975 with the intention of protecting the indigenous population of Nilgiri Tahr (highly endangered mountain goat). However, in 1978, it was declared as a National Park considering it’s ecological, faunal, geomorphological and Zoological Significance. This is also the land of “Neelakurinji”, the flower that blooms once in twelve years. The Park is breath takingly beautiful and is easily comparable to the best of mountain ranges in the Alps. With the highest peak south of the Himalayas – the Anamudi, located here, nature enthusiasts have ample opportunities for trekking expeditions and wildlife spotting

What to see?

Get a chance to see Nilgiri Tahr the endangered mountain goat in the world.
The Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiritragus hylocrius) is an ungulate that is endemic to the Nilgiri Hills and the southern portion of the Western and Eastern Ghats in the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in southern India. It is the state animal of Tamil Nadu.[2] Despite its local name, it is more closely related to the sheep of the genus Ovis than the ibex and wild goats of the genus Capra. It is the only species in the genus Nilgiritragus.

What to see?

With its strong gravity, Mattupetty Dam was constructed for power generation and water conservation.
Mattupetty Dam is a strong gravity dam which was constructed for power generation and water conservation. Located in the Munar hills near the Anamudi peak, the dam is situated 1700 meters high. The green valleys and pleasant ambience surrounding make up for a captivating site. The reflection of the tea gardens into the water is the most beautiful part of the dam.

What to see?

Haven't seen a lake that never dries out? Visit a thirst quencher lake, the Mattupetty Lake.
The Mattupetty Lake is a perennial lake which never dries up even in the summers, while swelling to its maximum capacity in the monsoon when the rains add to its volume. This availability of water continuously round the year makes it very popular with birds and wild animals that rely on this reservoir to quench their thirst.

What to see?

Visit Tata Tea Museum, the Worlds Second Largest Tea Producer and distributor.
Tea has played an integral part in the history of Munnar. The plantations played a huge role in attracting people to the area. Tata Tea established a Tea Museum in 2005 which has photographs and machineries, which chronicle the journey of tea in the area. The museum set up at the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea ensures that the legacy of those who worked hard to ensure the tea plantations survived this long is recognised publicly.

What to see?

Feel the scenic embrace and touch of the clouds to the mountain at Top Station in Munnar.
Top Station was a transshipment point for delivery of tea from Munnar to Bodinayakkanur. Top Station derived its name from its being the upper terminus of the Kottagudi Aerial Ropeway. It was also the location of the terminal railway station on the Kundala Valley Railway, built in 1902 between Munnar, Kundalai and this low point in the crest of the hills above steep cliffs. This area is popular for the rare Neelakurinji flowers which bloom only once in 12 years.

What to see?

Add your tour with little amazement and fun at Echo point as your voice bounce back.
Trek, walk, stroll or indulge in boating because Echo point in Munnar is a place where you see the creamy clouds floating and rolling down the hilltops, the lush vegetation creates a sight which is often captured in cameras to boost the beauty of Munnar. At 600 ft. above the sea level, people scream with utter enthusiasm to hear it resound and then laugh out of pure amazement.

What to see?

Expand your exploration to Thekkady, the habitat of wildlife.
Thekkady is a town near Periyar National Park, an important tourist attraction in the Kerala state of India. The name Thekkady is derived from the word "thekku" which means teak.The sanctuary is famous for its dense evergreen, semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests and savanna grass lands. It is home to herds of elephants, sambar, tigers, gaur, lion-tailed macaques and Nilgiri langurs.

What to see?

Enroute your visit to Thekkady and wander at the Spice Plantation knowing it's the spice capital in the world.
The wealth of spices of India, especially Kerala have lured foreigners for centuries. The appetizing flavors and the intoxicating aroma of spices need to be experienced to see the reason for the temptation. Thekkady cultivates spices in their blissful weather and location. Owing to a number of lush green spice plantations, it is undoubtedly the heartland of spices. Enjoy a spice tour in Thekkady, in the Western Ghats, close to Periyar Tiger Reserve.Learn about the famous spices of Kerala at one of the many spice gardens in the town. Along with a visit to spice plantations, explore coffee and tea plantations, pay a visit to the spice market and buy souvenirs for home. Learn about cultivation of pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, cloves, etc. along with raw honey and more. While spices preserve and add flavor to food, many of them like turmeric and ginger have medicinal effects. Many of them are part of not just food, but rituals and religious purposes.

What to see?

Visit the Periyar National Park,the sanctuary of wildlife.
Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (PNP) is a protected area located in the districts of Idukki and Pathanamthitta in Kerala, India. It is notable as an elephant reserve and a tiger reserve.It is also known as Periyar Tiger Reserve, is in the mountainous Western Ghats of Kerala, southern India. This wildlife sanctuary is home to tigers and a significant elephant population, as well as rare lion-tailed macaques, sambar deer, leopards and Indian bison.

What to see?

Have a wanderlust visit to this realistic though unintentionally created Periyar Lake.
Periyar Lake is one of the famous lakes in the state of Kerala. The lake is located in the district of Thekkady and is also fondly called as the Thekkady Lake by the locals. Though being an artificial lake, this lake was created unintentionally while the construction of Mullaperiyar Dam began. This artificial lake is located inside a beautiful sanctuary governed by the Kerala Government.

What to see?

After a tiring day tour, sit down and be entertained with the classical drama dance of Kathakali Cultural Performance.
A Kathakali performance, like all classical dance arts of India, synthesizes music, vocal performers, choreography and hand and facial gestures together to express ideas. However, Kathakali differs in that it also incorporates movements from ancient Indian martial arts and athletic traditions of South India.)

What to see?

Souldn't miss the famous Allepey and for its backwater cruise!
is a city on the Laccadive Sea in the southern Indian state of Kerala. It's best known for houseboat cruises along the rustic Kerala backwaters, a network of tranquil canals and lagoons. Alappuzha Beach is the site of the 19th-century Alappuzha Lighthouse. The city's Mullakkal Temple features a traditional design. Punnamada Lake's snake boat races are a well-known annual event.

What to see?

A vacation to Kerala is incomplete without cruising to the backwaters of Allepey.
An enchanting destination in 'God's Own Country' Kerala, with a labyrinth of backwater streams, interconnected canals and splendid natural grandeur, Alleppey is justly called the 'Venice of the East' and is a true paradise for nature lovers, photo fanatics and wanderers.

What to see?

Backwater cruise is impossible without this fantastic houseboats of Allepey.Hop in and let the paddle begin.
Located in the serene and tranquil backwaters of Alleppey, these houseboats are known to offer an enchanting and memorable holiday experience with state-of-the-art amenities and services. Most houseboats are equipped with modern amenities like AC rooms, attached bathrooms, kitchen, viewing decks, and a lot more.

What to see?

Have a fantastic exploration to Trivandrum,the capital city of India physically known as the Evergreen City.
The capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram (The Land of Lord Ananta) or Trivandrum, Called the ‘Evergreen city of India’, Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of the state of Kerala. The city comprises beautiful beaches, long stretches of palm fringed shorelines, windy backwaters and historical structures. Along with its natural and historical significance, the city is also popular for its ancient temples that are renowned for their architecture making Thiruvananthapuram one of the most visited pilgrim centers of India.

What to see?

Padmanabhaswamy Temple – a magnificent shrine with rich history and a controversy...
Sree Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala is a prestigious Hindu temple. It is dedicated to Lord Anantha, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Padmanabhaswamy Temple architecture is an amalgam of Kerala style and Dravidian style, and the temple features a 100-foot tall gopuram (ornate entrance gate). Inside, in the main shrine, an 18-foot idol of the principal deity lies on Adi Shesha, in the Ananthasayanam posture.The Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram is one among the wealthiest shrines in the world.

What to see?

Check out Kuthira Malika Palace,renowned for its travancore styled architectural features and structural elegance.
Kuthira Malika gets its name from the 122 horses that are carved into the wooden wall brackets that support the southern roof. The official name of the palace is Puthen Malika (New Mansion). The palace forms part of a vast complex of royal buildings in the vicinity of Padmanabhaswamy Temple. The building was left unoccupied for more than a century, following the demise of Swathi Thirunal in 1846. The palace has a large collection of idols and sculptures made from white marble. On the first floor are rooms that once served as the audience chamber, the library and an alcove that Swathi Thirunal used for meditating and for conceiving many of his famous musical compositions.

What to see?

Dredge up Kovalam,a destination where you can connect back to nature and yourself.
Kovalam is an internationally renowned beach with three adjacent crescent beaches. It has been a favourite haunt of tourists since the 1930s. A massive rocky promontory on the beach has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing. The leisure options at this beach are plenty and diverse.

What to see?

Explore Kochi Fort, the first European fort in the Indian soil.
Fort Kochi takes its name from the Fort Manuel of Cochin, the first European fort on Indian soil, controlled by the Portuguese East Indies. This is part of a handful of water-bound islands and islets toward the south-west of the mainland Kochi, and collectively known as Old Cochin or West Cochin.Fort Kochi has played an important role in the history of Kerala,also has several attractions like the Santa Cruz Basilica and houses many historical monuments such as the St. Francis Church, the first church of Vasco da Gama, the Dutch Seminary, the China Vela and many others.

What to see?

See the well-known Chinese fishing net locally known as Cheena Vala.
Locally known as 'Cheena Vala' these huge cantilevered fishing nets are believed to have been brought by sometime between 1350 and 1450 by traders from the court of Kublai Khan, some others say Chinese explorer Zhang He introduced the nets to Kochi shores.Chinese fishing nets are a type of stationary lift net in India and Indonesia. They are fishing nets that are fixed land installations for fishing.

What to see?

Walk in to Vasco Da Gama,an ideal place to watch how amazingly the fishermen use their nets to catch fish.
An ideal place to watch fishermen use these nets is the Vasco da Gama square, a narrow promenade along the beach. The square, which has numerous stalls serving fresh delicious seafood, tender coconut and so on, is also perfect for a nice, relaxed evening.

What to see?

Have a sightseing to Dutch Palace known as Mattancherry Palace for its finest architectural style of Kerala with a touch of major repair from Dutch.
Mattancherry Palace,the palace, also known as Dutch Palace, is one of the finest examples of the Kerala style of architecture interspersed with colonial influences. It came to be known as the Dutch Palace as it underwent major repairs at the hands of the Dutch. It is famous for its long and spacious halls along with its central courtyard.

What to see?

Enter Jewish Synagogue in Cochin and get stunned of the hidden jewels in addition to the scroll of laws.
The Jewish synagogue (Paradesi Synagogue) was built in 1568, almost 1500 years after the beginning of the Jewish connection with Kerala. It was built on the land, adjacent to the Mattancherry Palace, given by the erstwhile king of Cochin. The synagogue, the oldest in the Commonwealth, was built by the Jewish community of Cochin. In 1662, it was destroyed by the Portguese and then reconstructed, two years later, by the Dutch.

What to see?

Are you a historical antique keeper? Definitely Jew Town is for you!s So what are you waiting for?
Jew Town, a narrow street between Mattancherry Palace and the Synagogue, is a favourite haunt of antique hunters. Some of the most pristine and historically relevant artefacts of our times have been unearthed by our visitors here. While a huge bronze vessel catches your eye first, each of the shops here contains beautiful items with quirky and interesting stories. They are like fractions of history, waiting for the right person to come and finally claim them.

What to see?

Touch down to Cochin (Kochi) the Queen of the Arabian Sea and wander how wonderful it is.
Situated on beach-side, Kochi is a bustling commercial port with a trading history that dates back to at least 600 years, and is till today the financial capital of Kerala. This cosmopolitan town has upmarket stores, art galleries and some of the finest heritage accommodations.

   

DAY 01: ARRIVE COCHIN

➤ Upon arrival welcomed and transferred to the hotel .


➤ Named as 1 of the 10 Paradises of the World by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism initiatives and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Dubbed God's Own Country, this picturesque destination is sandwiched between the Western Ghats mountains and the Arabian Sea, dotted with magical backwaters, lush greenery, wildlife, pristine beaches, rich art and culture, spice and tea plantations, Ayurvedic therapies and tantalizing cuisine.


➤ Overnight stay at the hotel in Cochin.



DAY 02: PROCEED AND EXPLORE MUNNAR (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast at hotel proceed to Munnar.


➤ Munnar is situated at around 1,600 metres (5,200 ft) above sea level, in the Western Ghats mountain range. Munnar is also called the Kashmir of South India and is a popular honeymoon destination. 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. Explore the Eravikulam National Park here, a habitat for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, and is also home to the Lakkam Waterfalls, hiking trails and the 2,695m-tall Anamudi Peak.


➤ Enroute the Munnar you will visit the Stunning Cheeyappara & Valara Waterfalls with its dense growth of trees all around and several rare species of plants and animals can be seen here. The Waterfalls gush down in seven tiers and the area is truly a spectacular sight to behold.


➤ Thereafter proceed to the Karadipara View Point getting you a picture perfect view to seizure the beauty of Munnar. Enjoy magnificent views of the mountains and Tea plantations from this place.


➤ Upon arrival check in at the Resort. Evening free at your leisure.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Munnar hotel.



DAY 03: DISCOVERY TOUR OF MUNNAR (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast proceed on a Discovery Tour of Munnar.


➤ First visit the Eravikulam National Park home and sanctuary of the Nilgiri Tahr (Endangered Mountain Goat). The park is spread over 97sq km and has very rare flora and fauna present which is one of the main attraction for visitors here.


➤ Next visit the Mattupetty Dam & Lake The Mattupetty Lake is a perennial lake which never dries up even in the summers, while swelling to its maximum capacity in the monsoon when the rains add to its volume. This availability of water continuously round the year makes it very popular with birds and wild animals that rely on this reservoir to quench their thirst. It is possible to sight elephants by the Madupetty Lake as it is a vital source of water for these pachyderms that travel around the region in groups.


➤ Thereafter proceed to the Tata Tea Museum, showcasing the history of tea cultivation in Munnar since 1876 when tea was first planted in this tea plantation district. On display are several rare artefacts and curios as well as evocative photographs from an era long forgotten and of which few are aware. The Tata Tea Company holds the record for being the World’s Second Largest Tea Producer and distributor.


➤ Next visit Top Station, The Highest Point in Munnar (1700m). Top Station got its name from the fact that it was the uppermost railway station located in the Kundala Valley. At this highest point, you may feel that the clouds are just a hands touch away from you. The destination is famous for the Neelakurinji flowers (Strobilanthus), which used to bloom once in twelve years.


➤ Lastly visit the


Echo Point which is situated right in the lap of a quaint lake and misty hills covered with lush green trees. As the name suggests, this place is well known for its enthralling illustration of the phenomenon of echoing. As you scream, it is fun to hear your voice reverberate around the attraction again and again. Trek, walk, stroll or indulge in boating because Echo point in Munnar is a place where you see the creamy clouds floating and rolling down the hilltops, the lush vegetation creates a sight which is often captured in cameras to boost the beauty of Munnar.


➤ Thereafter transferred back to your hotel.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Munnar hotel.



DAY 04: TRAVEL AND EXPLORE THEKKADY (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast proceed to Thekkady.


➤ Nestled in the heart of the protected jungle area, the alluring Thekkady or Periyar Lake is famous for its wide varieties of wildlife. You can also take a boat ride in the reservoir, which offers plenty of chances to spot some rare birds like Malabar Grey Hornbill and Nilgiri Wood Pigeon.


➤ Enroute visit the Spice Plantation. Known as the Spice Capital of the World, 12 varieties of them including ginger, garlic, cardamom, vanilla, pepper, cinnamon, coffee, tea, clove and nutmeg is cultivated in Thekkady and its neighboring villages. From those days Kerala was known for its spices and traders used to travel here to trade and to gain control over this rich land. It is believed that the spice trade dates back three thousand years. Today the Biggest Cardamom auction centre in the World is situated here in Thekkady.


➤ Next visit the Periyar National Park known as Periyar Tiger Reserve. This wildlife sanctuary is home to tigers and a significant elephant population, as well as rare lion-tailed macaques, sambar deer, leopards and Indian bison. In the park's north, Periyar Lake is popular for boat rides. Here we will embark on a Boat Safari, with a one of a kind animal watching where you can watch the animals very closely, sitting comfortably in the boat. Boating is the best way to adore the beauty of the lake and the national park.


➤ In the evening you will be entertained to the famous Kathakali Cultural Performance Kathakali originated in the state of Kerala between the 16th and 17th centuries, around the same time as Shakespeare. Kathakali evolved from earlier temple art forms in the 17th century, is based on Hinduism and is a highly charged powerful drama that combines devotion, drama, dance, music, costumes and make up to produce one of the most impressive forms of sacred theatre in the world. This dance form uses exquisite expressions, hand and feet movements and also consists of a unique costume which is much different from other Indian Classical dance forms. The mask also forms a major attraction of this dance.


➤ Thereafter transferred to your hotel.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Thekkady hotel.



DAY 05: PROCEED TO ALLEPEY TO EMBARK ON THE BACKWATERS CRUISE (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast at hotel proceed to "Allepey known for its Backwaters, Beaches, Lagoons and dubbed Venice of the East


➤ A vacation to Kerala is incomplete without spending some relaxing time, cruising through the backwaters of Alleppey. You can sit back and relax as you enjoy the magnificent setting of beautiful coconut fringed waters, paddy fields and lovely sights of the human-made islands. A houseboat experience is truly the best of both worlds as you enjoy the luxury style treatment of comfortable interiors and delicious food to make your experience memorable and worthwhile.


➤ Alleppey is gifted with a unique crisscrossing network of canals that runs throughout the town which allows you to access and explore the entire area while you're relaxing on your houseboat. These 120-foot-long abodes of luxury glide along the placid backwaters of Alleppey and provide you with a stunning view.


➤ The houseboat will always be manned by at least 3 people- a cook, a guide and an oarsman. Delicious meals are provided on the houseboats by the in-house cook which are a local favourite. The guide keeps you posted of all the important landmarks you pass and the oarsman makes sure you have a wonderful time cruising along the calm backwaters.


➤ Upon arrival check into your traditional houseboat by 1230hrs. Lunch and dinner will be served onboard while you Cruise The Famous Backwaters of Kerala enjoying the charms of the local village life.


➤ Overnight stay in the houseboat in Allepey.



DAY 06: TRAVEL TO THE CAPITAL OF KERALA (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast on the houseboat checkout and travel to Trivandrum.


➤ Trivandrum is the Capital City of Kerala. The city has an appealing blend of a strongly rooted heritage and a nostalgic colonial legacy. Built upon seven hills, this city has long since left the days when it was only used by seafaring explorers behind - today, Trivandrum is an expensive metropolis with quaint urban charm and plenty of architectural and historical places to visit. In addition, Trivandrum is a gateway to nearby popular beach towns of Kovalam and Varkala.


➤ Enroute visit the Richest Temple in the World, Padmanabhaswamy temple (also known as Anantha Padmanabhaswamy temple) is a must-visit temple of India. The name of the city of 'Thiruvananthapuram' in Tamil and Malayalam translates to "The City of Lord Ananta", referring to the main deity of the temple.


➤ Next visit the Kuthira Malika Palace. Renowned for its Travancore styled architectural features and its structural elegance, this museum houses priceless paintings, traditional furniture and the royal family collections. Built in the 1840s by the great Maharaja Swathi Thirunal, the Kuthira Malika Palace stands as an iconic monument that gives you a curious insight into the glorious history of Kerala.


➤ Thereafter proceed to the Beach town of Kovalam The low tides, shallow water, and the pristine nature of this beach are what makes this beach a famous attraction for both local & international tourist.


➤ Check in to your beach resort and Watch the perfect Sunset on the The Arabian Sea in Kovalam, which is said to be one of the best beaches in India.


➤ Dinner and overnight at resort in Kovalam.



DAY 07: RETURN TO COCHIN AND TAKE A DISCOVERY TOUR OF OLD KOCHI (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast return back to Cochin. (198km roughly 5.5hrs)


➤ In the afternoon proceed on a Discovery Tour of Old Cochin.


➤ Popularly known as the Queen of Arabian Sea, the city flaunts one of the finest natural harbors of the world and was the center of the world spice trade for many centuries. Old Kochi (presently called West Kochi), loosely refers to a group of islands which comprise of Willingdon Island, Fort Kochi & Mattancherry.


➤ First visit Fort Kochi the first European township in India. A charming seaside area, Fort Kochi is known for its Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture.


➤ See the Chinese Fishing Nets along the Vasco Da Gama Square, which is believed to have been introduced by Chinese explorer Zheng He. The fishing net established itself on the Kochi shores between 1350 and 1450 AD.


➤ Together you will also visit St Francis Church, Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue and the Jew Town.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Cochin hotel.



DAY 08: FREE TO EXPLORE ON YOUR OWN BEFORE DEPARTING COCHIN (Breakfast)

➤ After breakfast free for personal activities.


➤ You have the day to explore Cochin and its surroundings.


➤ Thereafter transferred to airport for your onward journey.



 




★★★
Cochin | Starlit Suite
Allepey | Deluxe Houseboat
Munnar | Abad Copper
Thekkady | Papervine
Trivendrum | Abad Harmonia

RM 3088 (Per Person)

★★★★
Cochin | Abad Atrium
Allepey | Premium Houseboat
Munnar | Silver Tips
Thekkady | Poetree Sarovar Portico
Trivendrum | Abad Harmonia

RM 3288 (Per Person)

★★★★★
Cochin | Trident
Allepey | Premium Houseboat
Munnar | Amber Dale
Thekkady | Poetree Sarovar Portico
Trivendrum | Uday Samudra

RM 3688 (Per Person)


Meet & Greet Services
Return Airport Transfers
Hotel Stay as Indicated
Meals as per Itinerary
Tours as per Itinerary
English Speaking Guide

Flight Ticket & Taxes
India E Visa (30days) (RM 165)
Optional MSIG Travel Insurance (RM 67)
Tour Tips (Recommended)
Personal Expenses
Any item not stated under 'Inclusion'

D1: Arrive Cochin
D2: Proceed And Explore Munnar (B,D)
D3: Discovery Tour Of Munnar (B,D)
D4: Travel And Explore Thekkady (B,D)
D5: Proceed To Allepey To Embark On The Backwaters Cruise (B,L,D)
D6: Travel To The Capital Of Kerala (B,D)
D7: Return To Cochin And Take A Discovery Tour Of Old Kochi (B,D)
D8: Free To Explore On Your Own Before Departing Cochin (B)

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Package Valid Till : 31-12-2023

DAY 01: ARRIVE COCHIN

➤ Upon arrival welcomed and transferred to the hotel .


➤ Named as 1 of the 10 Paradises of the World by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism initiatives and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Dubbed God's Own Country, this picturesque destination is sandwiched between the Western Ghats mountains and the Arabian Sea, dotted with magical backwaters, lush greenery, wildlife, pristine beaches, rich art and culture, spice and tea plantations, Ayurvedic therapies and tantalizing cuisine.


➤ Overnight stay at the hotel in Cochin.



DAY 02: PROCEED AND EXPLORE MUNNAR (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ After breakfast at hotel proceed to Munnar.


➤ Munnar is situated at around 1,600 metres (5,200 ft) above sea level, in the Western Ghats mountain range. Munnar is also called the Kashmir of South India and is a popular honeymoon destination. 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. Explore the Eravikulam National Park here, a habitat for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, and is also home to the Lakkam Waterfalls, hiking trails and the 2,695m-tall Anamudi Peak.


➤ Enroute the Munnar you will visit the Stunning Cheeyappara & Valara Waterfalls with its dense growth of trees all around and several rare species of plants and animals can be seen here. The Waterfalls gush down in seven tiers and the area is truly a spectacular sight to behold.


➤ Thereafter proceed to the Karadipara View Point getting you a picture perfect view to seizure the beauty of Munnar. Enjoy magnificent views of the mountains and Tea plantations from this place.


➤ Upon arrival check in at the Resort. Evening free at your leisure.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Munnar hotel.



DAY 03: DISCOVERY TOUR OF MUNNAR (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast proceed on a Discovery Tour of Munnar.


➤ First visit the Eravikulam National Park home and sanctuary of the Nilgiri Tahr (Endangered Mountain Goat). The park is spread over 97sq km and has very rare flora and fauna present which is one of the main attraction for visitors here.


➤ Next visit the Mattupetty Dam & Lake The Mattupetty Lake is a perennial lake which never dries up even in the summers, while swelling to its maximum capacity in the monsoon when the rains add to its volume. This availability of water continuously round the year makes it very popular with birds and wild animals that rely on this reservoir to quench their thirst. It is possible to sight elephants by the Madupetty Lake as it is a vital source of water for these pachyderms that travel around the region in groups.


➤ Thereafter proceed to the Tata Tea Museum, showcasing the history of tea cultivation in Munnar since 1876 when tea was first planted in this tea plantation district. On display are several rare artefacts and curios as well as evocative photographs from an era long forgotten and of which few are aware. The Tata Tea Company holds the record for being the World’s Second Largest Tea Producer and distributor.


➤ Next visit Top Station, The Highest Point in Munnar (1700m). Top Station got its name from the fact that it was the uppermost railway station located in the Kundala Valley. At this highest point, you may feel that the clouds are just a hands touch away from you. The destination is famous for the Neelakurinji flowers (Strobilanthus), which used to bloom once in twelve years.


➤ Lastly visit the


Echo Point which is situated right in the lap of a quaint lake and misty hills covered with lush green trees. As the name suggests, this place is well known for its enthralling illustration of the phenomenon of echoing. As you scream, it is fun to hear your voice reverberate around the attraction again and again. Trek, walk, stroll or indulge in boating because Echo point in Munnar is a place where you see the creamy clouds floating and rolling down the hilltops, the lush vegetation creates a sight which is often captured in cameras to boost the beauty of Munnar.


➤ Thereafter transferred back to your hotel.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Munnar hotel.



DAY 04: TRAVEL AND EXPLORE THEKKADY (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast proceed to Thekkady.


➤ Nestled in the heart of the protected jungle area, the alluring Thekkady or Periyar Lake is famous for its wide varieties of wildlife. You can also take a boat ride in the reservoir, which offers plenty of chances to spot some rare birds like Malabar Grey Hornbill and Nilgiri Wood Pigeon.


➤ Enroute visit the Spice Plantation. Known as the Spice Capital of the World, 12 varieties of them including ginger, garlic, cardamom, vanilla, pepper, cinnamon, coffee, tea, clove and nutmeg is cultivated in Thekkady and its neighboring villages. From those days Kerala was known for its spices and traders used to travel here to trade and to gain control over this rich land. It is believed that the spice trade dates back three thousand years. Today the Biggest Cardamom auction centre in the World is situated here in Thekkady.


➤ Next visit the Periyar National Park known as Periyar Tiger Reserve. This wildlife sanctuary is home to tigers and a significant elephant population, as well as rare lion-tailed macaques, sambar deer, leopards and Indian bison. In the park's north, Periyar Lake is popular for boat rides. Here we will embark on a Boat Safari, with a one of a kind animal watching where you can watch the animals very closely, sitting comfortably in the boat. Boating is the best way to adore the beauty of the lake and the national park.


➤ In the evening you will be entertained to the famous Kathakali Cultural Performance Kathakali originated in the state of Kerala between the 16th and 17th centuries, around the same time as Shakespeare. Kathakali evolved from earlier temple art forms in the 17th century, is based on Hinduism and is a highly charged powerful drama that combines devotion, drama, dance, music, costumes and make up to produce one of the most impressive forms of sacred theatre in the world. This dance form uses exquisite expressions, hand and feet movements and also consists of a unique costume which is much different from other Indian Classical dance forms. The mask also forms a major attraction of this dance.


➤ Thereafter transferred to your hotel.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Thekkady hotel.



DAY 05: PROCEED TO ALLEPEY TO EMBARK ON THE BACKWATERS CRUISE (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast at hotel proceed to "Allepey known for its Backwaters, Beaches, Lagoons and dubbed Venice of the East


➤ A vacation to Kerala is incomplete without spending some relaxing time, cruising through the backwaters of Alleppey. You can sit back and relax as you enjoy the magnificent setting of beautiful coconut fringed waters, paddy fields and lovely sights of the human-made islands. A houseboat experience is truly the best of both worlds as you enjoy the luxury style treatment of comfortable interiors and delicious food to make your experience memorable and worthwhile.


➤ Alleppey is gifted with a unique crisscrossing network of canals that runs throughout the town which allows you to access and explore the entire area while you're relaxing on your houseboat. These 120-foot-long abodes of luxury glide along the placid backwaters of Alleppey and provide you with a stunning view.


➤ The houseboat will always be manned by at least 3 people- a cook, a guide and an oarsman. Delicious meals are provided on the houseboats by the in-house cook which are a local favourite. The guide keeps you posted of all the important landmarks you pass and the oarsman makes sure you have a wonderful time cruising along the calm backwaters.


➤ Upon arrival check into your traditional houseboat by 1230hrs. Lunch and dinner will be served onboard while you Cruise The Famous Backwaters of Kerala enjoying the charms of the local village life.


➤ Overnight stay in the houseboat in Allepey.



DAY 06: TRAVEL TO THE CAPITAL OF KERALA (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast on the houseboat checkout and travel to Trivandrum.


➤ Trivandrum is the Capital City of Kerala. The city has an appealing blend of a strongly rooted heritage and a nostalgic colonial legacy. Built upon seven hills, this city has long since left the days when it was only used by seafaring explorers behind - today, Trivandrum is an expensive metropolis with quaint urban charm and plenty of architectural and historical places to visit. In addition, Trivandrum is a gateway to nearby popular beach towns of Kovalam and Varkala.


➤ Enroute visit the Richest Temple in the World, Padmanabhaswamy temple (also known as Anantha Padmanabhaswamy temple) is a must-visit temple of India. The name of the city of 'Thiruvananthapuram' in Tamil and Malayalam translates to "The City of Lord Ananta", referring to the main deity of the temple.


➤ Next visit the Kuthira Malika Palace. Renowned for its Travancore styled architectural features and its structural elegance, this museum houses priceless paintings, traditional furniture and the royal family collections. Built in the 1840s by the great Maharaja Swathi Thirunal, the Kuthira Malika Palace stands as an iconic monument that gives you a curious insight into the glorious history of Kerala.


➤ Thereafter proceed to the Beach town of Kovalam The low tides, shallow water, and the pristine nature of this beach are what makes this beach a famous attraction for both local & international tourist.


➤ Check in to your beach resort and Watch the perfect Sunset on the The Arabian Sea in Kovalam, which is said to be one of the best beaches in India.


➤ Dinner and overnight at resort in Kovalam.



DAY 07: RETURN TO COCHIN AND TAKE A DISCOVERY TOUR OF OLD KOCHI (Breakfast/Dinner)

➤ Morning after breakfast return back to Cochin. (198km roughly 5.5hrs)


➤ In the afternoon proceed on a Discovery Tour of Old Cochin.


➤ Popularly known as the Queen of Arabian Sea, the city flaunts one of the finest natural harbors of the world and was the center of the world spice trade for many centuries. Old Kochi (presently called West Kochi), loosely refers to a group of islands which comprise of Willingdon Island, Fort Kochi & Mattancherry.


➤ First visit Fort Kochi the first European township in India. A charming seaside area, Fort Kochi is known for its Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture.


➤ See the Chinese Fishing Nets along the Vasco Da Gama Square, which is believed to have been introduced by Chinese explorer Zheng He. The fishing net established itself on the Kochi shores between 1350 and 1450 AD.


➤ Together you will also visit St Francis Church, Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue and the Jew Town.


➤ Dinner and Overnight stay in Cochin hotel.



DAY 08: FREE TO EXPLORE ON YOUR OWN BEFORE DEPARTING COCHIN (Breakfast)

➤ After breakfast free for personal activities.


➤ You have the day to explore Cochin and its surroundings.


➤ Thereafter transferred to airport for your onward journey.



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