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Kerala: Where Every Moment is a Celebration of Nature’s Splendor

5 Days


Embark on an enchanting journey to God’s Own Country with this meticulously planned 5-day itinerary for Kerala. From serene backwaters to lush greenery, vibrant culture, and stunning beaches, Kerala offers a diverse range of experiences that will leave you mesmerized.


  • Explore the Cultural Hub
  • Experience the Backwaters
  • Journey to the Hills
  • Discover Natural Wonders


Arrive at Kochi (also known as Cochin), the commercial capital of Kerala, known for its rich history and cultural heritage. Check into your hotel and freshen up after your journey. Begin your exploration of Kochi by visiting the iconic Fort Kochi area, where you can admire the colonial architecture, stroll along the picturesque Chinese fishing nets, and explore the narrow streets lined with art galleries and cafes. Visit the Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, to admire its exquisite Kerala murals and learn about the region's history. In the evening, witness a traditional Kathakali performance, a classical dance-drama form unique to Kerala, showcasing intricate facial expressions and colorful costumes.

After breakfast, depart for Alleppey (Alappuzha), known as the Venice of the East, famous for its backwaters and houseboat cruises. Board a traditional houseboat (kettuvallam) and embark on a leisurely cruise through the scenic backwaters of Alleppey. Relax and soak in the serene ambiance as you glide past lush green paddy fields, coconut groves, and traditional villages. Enjoy a delicious lunch served on board the houseboat, featuring authentic Kerala cuisine prepared by the onboard chef. In the afternoon, disembark from the houseboat and explore the charming Alleppey town. You can visit the Alleppey Beach, stroll through the local markets, or take a walk along the Alleppey Canal. Spend the night in a hotel or resort in Alleppey, nestled amidst the tranquil backwaters.

Depart for Munnar, a picturesque hill station located in the Western Ghats known for its sprawling tea plantations, misty hills, and scenic beauty. En route, visit the Cheeyappara and Valara waterfalls, where you can take a refreshing break and admire the cascading water amidst lush greenery. Upon reaching Munnar, check into your hotel and relax amidst the serene surroundings. Spend the afternoon exploring the tea estates of Munnar. Visit a tea plantation and learn about the tea-making process from leaf to cup. You can also enjoy a leisurely walk through the tea gardens, soaking in the fresh mountain air and panoramic views. In the evening, explore the local markets and indulge in shopping for spices, tea, and handicrafts.

After breakfast, embark on a full-day sightseeing tour of Munnar's natural attractions. Visit the Eravikulam National Park, home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr (mountain goat) and famous for its vibrant flora and fauna. Take a scenic drive through the park and enjoy breathtaking views of the rolling hills. Next, visit the Mattupetty Dam and Kundala Lake, where you can enjoy boating amidst picturesque surroundings and indulge in optional activities such as horse riding or cycling. Explore the Echo Point, known for its natural echo phenomenon, where you can shout and hear your voice reverberate across the hills. End the day with a visit to the Top Station, the highest point in Munnar, offering panoramic views of the Western Ghats and the neighboring state of Tamil Nadu.

After breakfast, check out from your hotel in Munnar and depart for Kochi. Depending on your departure time, you can visit additional attractions in Kochi such as the Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, or the Kerala Folklore Museum. Enjoy a leisurely lunch at a local restaurant, savoring the delicious flavors of Kerala cuisine one last time. Transfer to Kochi International Airport or the railway station for your onward journey, taking back cherished memories of your Kerala getaway.


The Cost Includes

  • The cost of accommodation typically covers stays in hotels, resorts, or homestays for the duration of your trip. The type of accommodation can vary from budget to luxury, depending on your preferences and budget. This includes the cost of transportation within Kerala, such as airport transfers, inter-city transfers, and transportation for sightseeing tours. It may also cover the cost of a hired car with a driver for the duration of your trip or public transportation expenses. Some travel packages include meals, such as breakfast, lunch, and dinner, either at the accommodation or at designated restaurants. The meals provided may vary based on the meal plan chosen, such as room-only, bed and breakfast, half board, or full board. Guided tours of popular attractions, cultural sites, and activities may be included in the package. This could involve the services of a professional tour guide, entrance fees to monuments, museums, and other attractions. The cost may cover certain activities and experiences, such as boat cruises, wildlife safaris, trekking, or cultural performances, as mentioned in the itinerary. Entrance fees to national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, museums, historical sites, and other attractions may be included in the package.
  • Some packages include taxes, service charges, and government levies in the overall cost.

The Cost Excludes

  • The cost of flights to and from Kerala is typically not included in the package and must be arranged separately. If you are traveling from abroad, the cost of obtaining a visa to enter India is not usually included in travel packages. Travel insurance for medical emergencies, trip cancellations, or lost baggage is generally not included and must be purchased separately. Expenses such as additional meals, snacks, drinks, alcoholic beverages, souvenirs, shopping, tips, or gratuities for guides, drivers, and hotel staff are not included in the package cost. Any optional activities or experiences not included in the package itinerary, such as spa treatments, cooking classes, or adventure sports, will incur additional costs. Any additional transportation or transfers not included in the package, such as local taxis, auto-rickshaws, or private tours, will be at your own expense. Any medical expenses incurred during your trip, including medication, doctor's visits, or emergency treatment, will be your responsibility. Expenses related to souvenirs, handicrafts, and shopping at local markets are not included in the package cost. Tips for guides, drivers, hotel staff, and other service providers are not typically included and should be budgeted separately.

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Kerala: Where Every Moment is a Celebration of Nature’s Splendor