7 Night Package for Thiruvananthapuram, Munnar, Alleppey, Thekkady & Cochi

Of the seven days of Kerala tour package, the tourists will spend two nights exploring and experiencing the naturally rich flora and fauna of Munnar. We will also plan your visits in such a way that each and every tourist gets enough time and chance to distinctly feel the reviving pulse of the gentle breeze which floats in carrying the fragrant greeness of panoramic stretch of tea estates. Tourists often wonder at the sense of selflessness that the heart is filled with as long as they look and get lost in the prosperous greenness of these vast plantations. On top of all, this place of three streams (Munnar in Tamil means three rivers), is an ideal location for adventure-brimming trucking and soul-inspiring weather. Known as the Kashmir of South India, it has gained an un-ignorable position on the itinerary of all visitors to Keral. Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, and perched about 1600 m above sea level, the hill station of Munnar once used to be the summer resort of the erstwhile British administration in south India. Let us now explore some of the options in and around Munnar that would provide travellers ample opportunities to enjoy the captivating hill station of Munnar. Your two days in Munnar will be busy exploring Mattupetty Lake, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajmalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Eravikulam National Park, Devikulam, Pallivasal, TATA Tea Museum.


Besides these visits to these locations, you will have chances to go:

Trucking

Boating

Horse riding

Mountain hiking


The one night at Alleppey will be packed with holiday activities capable of fulfilling all your dreams and expectations about This Venice of India with the homestay in alleppey. Globally remarkable for its mirror still lagoons, picture book lakesides, palm fringed canals, shores bustling with glimpses from day to day life in the country side, it continues to hold an assailable position on the list of top tourist centres in India.. The complex patterns of canals and backwaters, coupled with the hi-fi houseboats waiting your call to go sailing will be lavishly quenching your thirst for boating/housing/fishing/dining to levels that you never experienced before in your tourist life. Of late, Houseboats come with all comforts of a good hotel including furnished bedrooms, modern toilets, cozy living rooms, a kitchen and even a balcony for angling. And one can always enjoy uninterrupted views of backwater life while staying in a houseboat. In addition, Alleppey is famous for its beaches, marine products and coir industry. The ravishing beauty of the beach is further accentuated by dense palm groves, an ancient lighthouse and a beautiful garden at the sea shore. Relaxing and picnicking at the beach are the preferred activities of visiting tourists. Other major places of tourist attractions in Alleppey are Arthunkal, Krishnapuram Palace, Mararikulam, Kuttanad, Pathiramanal, and Sea View Park.


The day spent here will be remembered for ever for its:

Fishing/paddy field hiking

Cultural activities in the evening ( 5.30 to 8.30 )

Typical Kerala cuisines (8.30)


The day at Thiruvananthapuram, called the ‘Evergreen city of India’ will be tightly scheduled to ensure visits to all major tourist centres. The city comprises beautiful beaches, long stretches of palm fringed shorelines, windy backwaters and historical structures. The city is also popular for its ancient temples that are renowned for their architecture designs. The key places of tourist interest included at Thruvananthapuram are as follows.



Kovalam

Best known for its three crescent-shaped beaches, Kovalam still retains some of its laid-back culture with the days beginning rather late and activities continuing into the night.The most prominent of the three beaches here is the Lighthouse Beach with its candy-stripped lighthouse at one end. Hawa Beach to the north is popular with day-tourists and surfers while Samudra Beach, though steep, is where upmarket resorts and restaurants are housed. Kovalam offers something or other to all namely, a leisurely swim or a surfing lesson, a herbal body massage or a cultural program — take your pick and it’s all there. Water sports like kayaking, surfing and water skiing are very popular and you can also go fishing all by yourself on a sail boat. Kovalam has its share of nightlife with parties going on till late at night. Some restaurants and cafes organize music recitals on the beach which create a nice ambiance to enjoy a nice meal with family and friends.



Padmanabha Swamy Temple

The temple is located inside the East Fort. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, it is a blend of the Kerala and Dravidian styles of architecture. It is known for its Mural Paintings and Stone Carvings. One among the 108 sacred Vishnu Temples in India, the presiding deity in here is Lord Vishnu.



Kuthiramalika Palace Museum

The palace was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma - the King of Travancore, who was a great poet, musician, social reformer and statesman. This rare specimen of workmanship in the traditional travancore style of architecture also has exquisite wood carvings. The palace museum displays paintings and various priceless antiques of the royal family.



The Napier Museum

Built in the 19th century, the indo - saracenic structure boasts a "natural" air-conditioning system and houses a rare collection of archaeological and historic artifacts, bronze idols, ancient ornaments, a temple chariot and ivory carvings.



Sree Chitbra Art Gallery

Located near the Napier Museum, the art gallery displays select paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, Svetlova and Nicholas Roerich and exquisite works from the Rajput, Mughal and Tanjore schools of Art In India. Other places of interests include the zoological park , priyadarshini planetarium , observatory, shankhumugham beach & connemera market.