This three night package is designed particularly for those who want to feel the stunning greenery, enticing weather, mindboggling trucking experience and cradling breeze of Munnar. Known as the Kashmir of South India, it is one of the must visit locations in Kerala Tour Package. Historically speaking, the word Munnar means a converging point of three mountain streams and is taken from the Tamil language in which munnu means three and aar means river. It is widely known for its vast stretch of tea estates that fill the eyes and hearts of visitors with a sense of pleasantly engulfing greenness of nature. The major places of attraction and tourist interest in Munnar are Mattupetty Lake, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajmalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Eravikulam National Park, Devikulam, Pallivasal, TATA Tea Museum.
The fun filled and adventure rich two days at Munnar include but not limited to:
Visit to all major sightseeing places
The third night will be spent at Alleppey, popularly referred to as The Venice of the East. It is dotted with canals and bridges which have mesmerizingly intricate patterns to cater to boating/housing/fishing/dining aspirations of visitors across age and tastes. Moreover, its unique wealth of backwaters on which hundreds of ready-to -go houseboats waiting for occupants extend a visual treat and memorable holidaying for the demanding tourists. Kuttanad, the rice bowl of Kerala, is situated here and it is remarkable for the vast expanse of paddy field and coconut trees which lends an exuberantly greenish panoramic view capable of inspiring onlookers both sensually and spiritually.Alleppey also has a number of Ayurvedic centres where expert Ayurvedic practionioners offer you treatments not only to rejuvenate your body but to ignite your spirits as well. The major places of tourist attractions in Alleppey are Arthunkal, Krishnapuram Palace, Mararikulam, Kuttanad, Vijaya Beach Park, Pathiramanal, Sea View Park And Light Houses.
The exciting one day at Alleppey includes but not limited to:
Sightseeing, fishing etc
Cultural activities in the evening ( 5.30 to 8.30 )
Typical Kerala dinner (8.30)