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Tour Details

In our 7 Nights and 8 Days, tour packages you can get to visit Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, and Kumarakom.

Itinerary
Day 1
  • As soon as you arrive at the Cochin International Airport, our representatives will meet you and escort you to your hotel/resort in Kumarakom. After check-in, you will have an overnight stay at the hotel/resort.
Day 2
  • As soon as you have breakfasted you will be checking out of the hotel and the driver will drive you to Thekkady. Check-in at the hotel and the rest of the afternoon will be free for leisure. You will be spending
Day 3 and 4
  • Touring over the different tourists attractions in Munnar. Some of the places you will be seeing include the TATA Tea Museum, the Top Station, the Mattupetty Dam, the Kundala Tea Plantations, the Kundala Dam, and the Aruvikkad Waterfalls. The TATA Tea Museum has tours, which explains the complete process of tealeaves production in detail. Best of all, you can even get to enjoy a nice cup of cardamom tea while you are on tour in the museum. The Top Station is the highest point on the Munnar-Kodaikanal Road and it offers some of the best paranomic views of the neighbouring state, Tamil Nadu. The Mattupetty Dam is a beautiful picnic spot and you can spend a memorable time there. The Kundala Tea Plantations and the Kundala Lake are picturesque spots, which lie close to the Top Station. On both the days, you will have an overnight stay in Munnar. After breakfast, you will checkout of the hotel and proceed to Cochin.
Day 5
  • Shopping in the different commercial centres in Cochin. This exotic city has a wide range of textile shops, jewellery markets, handicraft stores, bookstores, footwear stores, and cosmetics and women’s accessories stores. The day ends with an overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 6
  • The driver will drive you back to the airport.
Inclusions & Exclusions

Price Includes

  • Accommodation, transfers & sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • Daily breakfast at hotel
  • Airport meet & greet, pick-up and drop
  • Arabic speaking driver with car throughout the trip
  • Applicable Taxes

Price Excludes

  • Flight tickets & Additional meals or drinks
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, phone calls etc.
  • Entrance tickets to Parks, Sanctuary, and Elephant ride, etc.
  • Anything not mentioned in the above package
Overview

Kochi    

Kochi is one of the most ancient port cities in Kerala. This place is famous with tourist and weekend backpackers because it has the perfect blend of modernity and history. Kochi is famous for its Vembanad Lake and houseboat cruises. This ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’ has one of the best harbours in the world. Taking a gentle cruise through the serene lakes of Kochi is a heavenly experience. Kochi is the major centre of attraction for many Kerala tours. The city is highly diverse when it comes to its culture and history. The unique architecture of all the historical buildings over here is a delight to many historians and art students. Many amazing Kerala educational tour packages cover all of these historical landmarks of Kochi. Some of the most popular places to visit in Kochi include Fort Kochi, Bolghatty Palace, Marine Drive, Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary, St George Ferona Church, the Jewish Synagogue, Mattancherry Palace, and the Chinese Fishing Nets.

Thekkady

Thekkady is famous for its Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. It borders Tamil Nadu and is 4 kilometres away from the equally famous town, Kumily. This summer getaway is a favourite among many students. The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary became a Tiger reserve in 1978. This place is famous for its Asian Elephants, Tigers, Gaurs, Sambars, Lion tailed Macaques, Nilgiri Langurs, Wild Boars, Spotted Deers, Stripe necked Mongoose, and the Malabar Giant Squirrell. Some of the other nearby places you could visit here includes the Sabarimala Temple, Murikkady, Chellar Kovil, Anakkara, Mangala Devi Temple, Suruli falls, and the Pullumedu. The Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport and it is 156 kilometres away. 

Munnar

This ‘Swiss of South India’ was once a summer resort for the British governors. Munnar is one of the best summer getaways. It also boasts the highest peak in South India, the Anamudi. The Anamudi stands tall with over 2695 metres. It is also famous for its Neelakurinji flowers that blooms only once in every 12 years. Munnar is a favourite with college students. So, if you are looking for that long awaited college tour to kerala, make sure that you give Munnar a visit. There are so many places you can see in Munnar, it include the Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, Kundala Lake, Top Station, Anamudi peak, Devikulam, Nyayamkad falls, and the Thoovanam Falls. The most often visited tourist spots are the Eravikulam National Park and the Attukal waterfalls. The nearest airport is the Kochi International Airport and it is about a distance of 120 kilometres away.