Unforgettable Kerala Tour

20,599/- Per Person


Kerala, often referred to as "God's Own Country," is a lush and tropical state located in the southwestern part of India. Renowned for its natural beauty, diverse landscapes, and rich cultural heritage, Kerala is a popular tourist destination. Here are some key aspects about Kerala:


  1. Location:

    • Situated on the Malabar Coast along the Arabian Sea, Kerala shares borders with Karnataka to the north, Tamil Nadu to the east, and the Lakshadweep Sea to the west.
  2. Diverse Landscapes:

    • Kerala is known for its diverse geographical features, including the Western Ghats mountain range, backwaters, lush greenery, and pristine beaches.

Culture and Heritage:

  1. Cultural Diversity:

    • Kerala boasts a rich cultural heritage influenced by various communities, including Malayalis, Tamils, Christians, and Muslims.
  2. Traditional Arts:

    • The state is famous for its traditional dance forms like Kathakali and Mohiniyattam, as well as classical music and martial arts like Kalaripayattu.


  1. Backwaters:

    • The Kerala backwaters, a network of interconnected rivers, lakes, and canals, offer serene and picturesque landscapes. Alleppey and Kumarakom are popular backwater destinations.
  2. Beaches:

    • Kerala is home to pristine beaches such as Kovalam, Varkala, and Marari, where visitors can relax and enjoy the coastal beauty.
  3. Hill Stations:

    • Munnar, Wayanad, and Thekkady are renowned hill stations, known for their tea plantations, wildlife sanctuaries, and lush greenery.
  4. Wildlife Sanctuaries:

    • Periyar National Park, Silent Valley National Park, and Eravikulam National Park are among the state's wildlife sanctuaries, offering opportunities for wildlife enthusiasts.


  1. Spices and Flavors:
    • Kerala is famous for its use of spices in cooking, and traditional dishes like appam, dosa, and seafood delicacies showcase the rich flavors of the region.

Ayurveda and Wellness:

  1. Ayurvedic Practices:
    • Kerala is a hub for Ayurvedic treatments and wellness tourism. Visitors can experience rejuvenating massages, therapies, and traditional healing practices.

Sustainable Tourism:

  1. Responsible Tourism:
    • Kerala has been a pioneer in promoting responsible and sustainable tourism, emphasizing eco-friendly practices and community involvement.


  1. Onam:

    • Onam, the harvest festival, is celebrated with grandeur, featuring cultural events, traditional rituals, and the famous snake boat races.
  2. Thrissur Pooram:

    • Thrissur Pooram is a vibrant and spectacular temple festival known for its elaborate processions and fireworks.

Kerala's natural beauty, cultural vibrancy, and commitment to sustainable tourism make it a captivating destination for travelers seeking a unique and enriching experience.

Tour Timeline

  • Day 1
    Welcome to the Queen of the Arabian Sea: Arrival in Kochi

    Welcome to Kochi, affectionately known as the "Queen of the Arabian Sea." Upon your arrival at Kochi International Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station, commence your journey to the hotel in Kochi. Positioned on the west coast of Peninsular India, Kochi is a significant port city embraced by the Arabian Sea on the west and the Western Ghats on the east. Serving as an ideal gateway, Kochi invites you to explore the captivating scenic beauty and timeless allure of the state. Arrive at the hotel and fulfill the check-in formalities. The evening is yours to enjoy at leisure.

  • Day 2
    Journey to Tranquil Bliss: From Kochi to Munnar (135 km/5 hrs)

    Indulge in a Delightful Breakfast and Explore Kochi's Charm: After enjoying a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, complete the check-out formalities. Embark on a tour to discover some of Kochi's nearby attractions, including the renowned Dutch Palace, Fort Kochi, St. Francis Church, Jewish Synagogue, Chinese Fishing Net, and Kochi Marine Drive. Following this exploration, commence your journey to the picturesque hill station of Munnar. Nestled amid lush greenery, embraced by enchanting hills and mountains, and surrounded by endless tea plantations, Munnar is aptly named the 'Nature Lover’s Paradise.' En route, make a stop at Cheeyappara Waterfalls and Valara Waterfalls. Upon reaching this tranquil haven, check into a hotel or resort for an overnight stay in Munnar.

  • Day 3

    Explore Munnar's Enchanting Beauty: After a delightful breakfast, embark on a full-day sightseeing extravaganza in Munnar. Inhale the fragrant air of tea plantations and catch a glimpse of the elusive Nilgiri Tahr at Eravikulam National Park. Alternatively, visit the Tea Museum and explore the lush tea estates. Continue your journey to the Rose Garden and Mattupetty Dam.

    Later, explore Eco Point, The Blossom Hydel Park, and Munnar Botanical Garden. After immersing yourself in these attractions, return to the hotel for a restful stay.

  • Day 4
    Journey from Munnar to Kumarakom: A Scenic Drive of 150 kms, Approximately 5 Hours

    From Munnar to Tranquil Kumarakom: Begin your day with a hearty breakfast before setting out on a scenic drive to Kumarakom. Nestled amidst captivating backwaters, Kumarakom offers a plethora of leisure options for visitors. Upon reaching Kumarakom, check in to the resort and settle in. Take some time to explore the surrounding attractions, including the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary and the serene Vembanad Lake. After a day of discovering the beauty of Kumarakom, return to the hotel for a restful overnight stay.

  • Day 5
    Journey from Kumarakom to Kochi: A Scenic Drive of 90 kms, Approximately 3 Hours

    Indulge in a Delicious Breakfast and Bid Farewell: Relish a flavorful breakfast before checking out from the hotel. This soul-enriching journey through the lush landscapes of Kerala concludes today. It's time to say goodbye to Kerala, carrying with you a treasure trove of memories. You will be transferred to Kochi Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station, marking the end of this unforgettable experience.