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5 Days Kerala Private Tour Package with Houseboat stay(south india)

Kochi, Kerala – India  
Duration: 5 days
Maximum Number Of Travelers: 9
Prices Start At      ₹ 17,500 INR /  250 $ USD
3 Star Package (Deluxe) 
Hotels used in this Package: Lake N Hill Resort in Munnar, Spices Lap Resort in
Thekkady, Deluxe Houseboat in Alleppey/Kumarakom<br/>Duration: 5 days<br/>Private
Car with chauffeur: Air Conditioned Medium car (Swift Dezire, Toyota Etios) for 2 to 3
Peoples and SUV (Innova or Similar) car for 4 to 6 People <br/>Deluxe Private Houseboat:
In Deluxe Houseboat Air Conditioning timing will be night 08.00 PM to Morning 07.00
AM
₹ 35,500
4 Star Package (Premium) 
Hotels used in this package: The Leaf Resort in Munnar, Forest Canopy Resort in
Thekkady and Premium Houseboat in Alleppey / Kumarakom<br/>Duration: 5
days<br/>Private Car with chauffeur : Air Conditioned Medium car (Swift Dezire, Toyota
Etios) for 2 to 3 Peoples and SUV (Innova or Similar) car for 4 to 6 People<br/>Premium
Private Houseboat: In Premium Houseboat, Air Conditioning timing will be from check
in time to Check out time in the Bedrooms View Price Breakdown
₹ 46,940

 

KERALA TOURISM

Kerala – the ‘Queen of the Malabar Coast’, is indeed one of the most gorgeous and

enticing holiday destinations in the entire country. Adorned by the enchanting charm of

the Arabian Sea, guarded by the lofty Western Ghats, jotted with numerous lagoons, and

strapped by a chain of canals, this picturesque holiday casts a magical spell on all its

visitors! Fondly called ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala boasts of its bountiful beauty and

prismatic offerings. Whether planning vacations with family members, friends, solo or

with your colleagues, Kerala Tourism will keep you enchanted with its array of offerings

and mesmeric beauty. Blessed with a pleasant and heart-warming climate, this scenic

tourist destination is a year-round destination. If you are planning to visit this magical

abode with your family and is yearning for fun and leisure, you must plan your Kerala

trip during September to March (or winter). Weather during this period remains cool

and equally dry; you can simply lay back with your family or friends, and revel in the

marvelous beauty of Kerala. This is also the most befitting time for couples to plan their

honeymoon in Kerala and fill in their lives with only love and romance! For the nature

lovers, adventure seekers and others alike, June to August (or monsoon) proves to be the

ideal time to visit Kerala. During these months, the state welcomes the monsoon

showering and blooms with all the charms and grace of Mother Nature! Visiting Kerala

between March to May (or summer) can be a bit perplexing! However, it is the best time

to meander around the Kerala beaches and enjoy the essence of Kerala Tourism in full

galore!

WHY BOOK KERALA TOUR PACKAGES WITH US?

While most of the tour operators and organisers assure you with destinations, we

promise to offer you an experience! Our experience and keen to showcase the best of

Kerala Tourism makes us one of the most trusted and preferred tour operators for

Kerala. With us, you will not only visit places, but will also get to live the experience.

Most of our tour packages are hand-picked by local experts, and also allows the you to

tailor them according to your convenience. Whether a national or an international

tourist, our Kerala tour packages are designed to fit everyone. Plan your Kerala holidays

with your family, friends, colleagues, or solo, and enjoy the true colours and warmth of

Kerala’s bountiful beauty and hospitality with us! We organize affordable and luxury

tours from all major parts of the country. To name a few, we operate and organize tours

from Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, and almost every part of India.

Join us for an extremely fun-frolic, exciting and memorable Kerala experience; join us

for an experience that will last forever in your mind! Information on Tourist Visas,

Foreign Exchange, Tourist Visa Extension, and other Kerala Tourism queries can be

obtained from Official Website of Kerala Tourism or from the Government Website of

Department of Tourism, Kerala.

KERALA TOUR – THINK NATURE, UNRAVEL NATURE AND GET EUPHORIC

INTRODUCTION

Kerala – a name that tickles every wanderlust, is one of the most sought-after holiday

destinations in the world! Exuberant beaches, tranquil backwaters, flamboyant

houseboats, cascading waterfalls, evergreen plantations, rustic homestays, towering

peaks, diverse wildlife, enthralling activities, rich culture, or even historical wonders;

you just think of any, Kerala tour packages will fulfil all your dreams!
One state, many emotions; yes, that’s the charm and allurement visitors get to unravel

while in Kerala. Book Kerala tourism packages to discover its flawless beauty, step into a

riot of colours, explore hidden gems of Mother Nature, and lot more with your family

and friends!

KERALA TOUR & KERALA TOUR PACKAGES

Can you think of any destination that can rekindle life into you and inspire to break free

all the man-made barriers? Or do you know any travel destination where the endless

ocean meets the silent backwaters, where cultures greet you in the humblest of ways,

where traditions bind everyone and usher harmony into the ambience? In case, you find

it tough to find the answers, come with us to explore a piece of heaven on earth! Get

smitten by the travel bug in you as you walk through the pristine nature, relish stays at

the buoyant houseboats, rediscover history, fall in love with the backwaters, treat your

taste buds with authentic culinary delights, and much more with our Kerala holiday

packages. Whether you are beach goer or seeking to rejuvenate yourself with Ayurvedic

massages and spa-therapies, planning for a romantic getaway amidst the misty

mountains or simply let loose the shutterbug in you, our hand-picked Kerala tour

packages assures you a dream-come-true experience in God’s Own Country!

YOUR KERALA TOUR SATISFACTION, OUR ASPIRATION

– HOW DO WE ACHIEVE IT?

IMPECCABLE TOUR ITINERARIES

All our tour itineraries are planned by travel experts with more than two decades of

industry experience. They are the ones who are well-acquainted with each corner of

Kerala. The way our experts plan the Kerala holiday packages, you won’t miss out a

single tour destination even during the shortest of duration. Moreover, our tour experts

never allow you to get tired; they are well-versed with how to keep the excitement going!

BUDGET FRIENDLY KERALA TOURISM PACKAGES

Unlike other Kerala tour operators, we ensure ‘same-price, double excitement’ Kerala

tour packages throughout the year! No matter, what time of year it is, we offer the most

affordable and budget-friendly Kerala holiday packages without compromising with

your fun-frolic. Our range of top-notch hotel offerings, own fleet of luxury vehicles and

houseboats, and other tailor-made services makes your tour the most memorable one!

HOMELY & COMFORTABLE STAYS – ANYTIME & EVERY TIME

All the hotels included in our Kerala tour packages are double-checked before your

check-in. Our tour planners and experts visit each of these hotels personally to check

their standards. Starting from the welcome rituals to room services, amenities to

activities, dining to other facilities, our tour experts inspect every aspect to make your

stay pleasant. Also, our bulk booking allows you to book these hotels at their actual

prices even when Kerala tourism reaches its peak!

 

 

 

1Alleppey (Alappuzha):

There is the whole of Kerala in one side, and then there is this heavenly tourist

destination called Alappuzha or Alleppey! Esteemed as the ‘Backwater Capital of India’

or the ‘Venice of the East’, Alleppey is known for its silent backwaters and bountiful

beauty!

Seated on the banks of the azure Vembanad Lake, it is in fact one of the most popular

backwater destinations in Kerala and one of the highest sought-aftertourist places in

Kerala. Visit this paradise; enjoy houseboat cruise and stay, village walks, Ayurvedic

therapies and lot more!

Best Time to Visit:

 

Year-round destination

Tourist Attractions:

 

Vembanad Lake , Alleppey Beach, Marari Beach, Krishnapuram Palace, Pathiramanal,

Kuttanad Backwaters, Arthunkal Church, Ambalapuzha Temple, Mannarshala Temple,

Karumadikuttan Statue, St. Mary Rorane Church

Nearest Railway Station: 

Alleppey Railway Station

Weather:Summer (April – June), Winter (October – Mid March), Monsoon (July – September)

2Wayanad:

Cradled in the lap of the Western Ghats, Wayanad truly deserves a top rank in the list

of places to visit in Kerala. Situated at an astounding height of 700-2,100m, this

stunning hill station is all about fantasy, untouched nature, unforgettable moments, and

merriment!

Adding more to Wayanad’s enchanting beauty, visitors can also revisit and unfold

history while visiting this hilly retreat. Yes, the lush and pristine forests in Wayanad are

said to be inhabited more than 3,000 years ago

Best Time to Visit:

 

Year-round Destination

 

Tourist Attractions:Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Banasura Sagar Dam, Chembra Peak, Soochipara Falls,

Sentinel Rock Falls, Kanthanpara Waterfalls, Kuruva Island, Pookode Lake, Lakkidi,

Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Pakshipathalam, Edakkal Caves, SulthanBthery, Chain

Tree

Nearest Airport:

 

Calicut International Airport (98km)

Nearest Railway Station:

 

Nilambur Railway Station (92km / 3 Hours)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (December – February), Monsoon (June – September)

3Cochin:

Kochi or Cochin is a unique placein God’s Own Country that is perfectly blended with

cultural values and modern ideas! Fondly called the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’, this

imposing port-city has always been an attraction point since the beginning of history.

A melting point of numerous culture and traditions, Cochin has embraced all the modern

outlook to become one of the most developed metropolis in India. Be it the essence of the

Dutch establishments, British history, Chinese nets, or the traditional spice markets,

Cochin will surely make you fall in love once again

Best Time to Visit:July (Beginning of Monsoon) to April (Early Summer)

Tourist Attractions:

 

Fort Kochi, Vypeen Island, Vypeen Beach, Cherai Beach, Andhakaranzhi Beach, Marine

Drive, Bolghatty Island, Guruvayoor, Chinese Fishing Nets, St. FrnacisChirch, Basilica of

Santa Cruz, Thrikkara Temple, Kanjiramattam Masjid, Shri Guru Singh Sabha

Gurudwara, Jewish Synagogue, Cochin Cultural Centre, Malayattoor, Mattancherry, Lulu

Mall (Largest Mall in India), Kodannad Elephant Training Centre, Hill Palace Museum,

Edappally Museum, Princess Street, Kerala Kathakali Centre, Vasco Da Gama Square

Nearest Airport:Kochi International Airport

Nearest Railway Station:Kochi Railway Junction

Weather:Summer (March – June), Winter (July – September), Monsoon (October – February)

4Munnar:

Yet another gorgeous hill station in the lap of the fascinating Western Ghats, Munnar

needs no introduction. Rising 1,600m above the sea level, a vacation in the beguiling

locales of this hilly retreat is all about the lofty clouds, picturesque mountains, rolling

hills, and a soothing ambience.

Canopied mostly by never-ending tea plantations and lush forests, you simply cannot

miss out Munnar while searching for the best tourist destination in Kerala. Be it during

the summer or the winter, monsoon or the spring, Munnar will always make you crave

for more!

 

Best Time to Visit:

 

Year-round Destination

Tourist Attractions:

 

Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Pothamedu View Point, Anamudi, Blossom

Park, Devikulam, Pallivasal, TATA Tea Museum, Vattavada, Attukal Waterfalls,

Cheeyapara Waterfalls, Kundala Lake, Nyayamakad, Meesapulimala, Kolukkumalai,

Lock-Hart Gap, Chithirapuram, Rajamala, Top Station, Marayoor Dolmens, Indo Swiss

Diary Farm, Lite of Pi Church,

Nearest Airport:

 

Cochin International Airport (125km)

Nearest Railway Station:Ernakulam Junction (128km / 4 Hours)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (December – February), Monsoon (June – September)

5Kumarakom:

Adorned by the magical charm of the Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is another beguiling

backwater destination in God’s Own Country. Located within the proximity to Kottayam

city, this is the place where even being lazy is also one of the best things you can do

during your Kerala holidays.

Adorned by the charm of the emerald Vembanad Lake, the evergreen coconut grooves,

breezy rice fields, and lot more, Kumarakom is popular among all the types of visitors.

However, backwater cruise and houseboat stays are the most popular thing to do in this

beautiful tourist destination.

Best Time to Visit:September (Monsoon End) to March (Winter End)

Tourist Attractions:Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Pothamedu View Point, Anamudi, Blossom

Park, Devikulam, Pallivasal, TATA Tea Museum, Vattavada, Attukal Waterfalls,

Cheeyapara Waterfalls, Kundala Lake, Nyayamakad, Meesapulimala, Kolukkumalai,

Lock-Hart Gap, Chithirapuram, Rajamala, Top Station, Marayoor Dolmens, Indo Swiss

Diary Farm, Lite of Pi Church,

Nearest Airport:Cochin International Airport (125km)

Nearest Railway Station:Ernakulam Junction (128km / 4 Hours)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (December – February), Monsoon (June – September)

6Kovalam:

If you are a beach goer, and is still assuming none can beat the charm and allurement of

Goa or other popular beach destinations, you must visit Kovalam today! Located along

the coastlines of the charismatic Arabian Sea, this beach town is undoubtedly one of the

best tourist attractions to visit in Kerala.

Located only 16km from Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, Kovalam is the

home to some of the most picturesque and playful beaches in the country. While in here,

you can stroll around, indulge in beach activities or in other fun-filled activities around

Kovalam Beach, Lighthouse Beach, Hawah Beach, and Samudra Beach.

 

Best Time to Visit:

 

September (Monsoon End) to March (Beginning of Summer)

Tourist Attractions:Vellayani Lake, Lighthouse Beach, Chowara Beach, Kovalam Beach, Hawah Beach,

Samudra Beach, Shangumkham Beach, Neyyar Dam, Aruvikkara Dam, Edakallu,

Karamana River, Halcyon Castle, Kovalam Art Gallery, Valiyathura Pier, Veli Tourist

Village, Artificial Coral Reef, Vizhinjam Rock Cut Temple, Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium,

Naiper Art Museum, Shri Padmanabhaswamy Temple,

Nearest Airport:Thiruvananthapuram International Airport (16km)

Nearest Railway Station:Trivandrum Central Railway Station (13km)

Weather:Summer (March – June), Winter (November – February), Monsoon (July – September)

7Thekkady:

Considering that you want more from your Kerala holidays, you should not miss a trip to

Thekkady, the evergreen abode of God’s Own Country! Strategically located and well-

connected with some of the major Kerala holiday destinations, this is the place that

always wears the green colour of Mother Nature!

The ‘Spice Capital of Kerala’, Thekkady is much popular as the natural abode to

numerous exotic wildlife species. And while talking about wildlife species, the Periyar

National Park in Thekkady will surely behold all your senses with its fascinating range

of dwellers!

 

Best Time to Visit:October to February (Winter)

Tourist Attractions:Periyar National Park, Periyar Lake, Gavi, Kumily, Caramom Hills, Spring Valley Mountain, Pandikuzhi, Chellarkovil, Panchalimedu, Vandiperiyar, Grampi, Mangala Devi Temple

Nearest Airport:Madurai Airport (140km), Kochi International Airport (265km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kottayam Railway Station (107km / 3 Hours)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (October – February), Monsoon (June – September)

8Kollam:

A quaint port-city in God’s Own Country, Kollam has its own charm and appeal.

Enthralled by the turquoise Lakshadweep Sea and caressed by the emerald Ashtamudi

Lake, it is a picture-perfect holiday destination in the list of the most appealing or

enticing tourist places in India’s ‘Backwater Capital’.

While in Kollam, you can feel and experience the indigenous cultures and traditions of

Kerala in the most vivid way. Be it fishing, agriculture, cashew processing, or tourism,

this port-city holds a prominent place among the visitors. For the beach lovers, they can

revel around the Kollam Beach, Tangasseri Beach and Thirumullavaram Beach.

You may also like: Best Beaches in Kerala & List of Backwater Destination in Kerala

Best Time to Visit:August (Mid Monsoon) to March (Beginning of Summer)

Tourist Attractions:Dutch Quilon, Thirumullavaram Beach, Kollam Beach, Ashtamudi Lake, Palaruvi

Waterfalls, Paravoor, Punalur, Thenmala, Mayyanad, Deer Park, Thevalli Palace, British

Residency, Chavara, Jatayupara, Thangasseri, Rameshwara Temple, Sasthamkotta,

Ochira,KottarakkaraKathakali Museum, Picnic Village, Munore Island, Neendakara Port

Nearest Airport:Thiruvananthapuram International Airport (51km), Kochi International Airport (129km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kollam Railway Junction

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (October – February), Monsoon (June – September)

9Vagamon:

If you are looking for an offbeat, yet captivating holiday experience in Kerala, you must

plan your vacation in Vagamon. One of the most scenic hill stations and least explored

tourist places in Kerala, this retreat in the Idukki district is known for its salubrious

beauty, pleasant climate, and much more.

In addition to leisure travellers, thrill and adventure seekers also make it to Vagamon in

a considerable number. A year-round destination, it is considered as an ideal destination

for adventure activities like paragliding, mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking, and

lot more.

Best Time to Visit:Year-round Destination

Tourist Attractions:Murinjupuzha Water Falls, Ulipooni Wildlife Sanctuary, ElaveezhaPoonchira, Idukki

Arch Dam, Pine Hills, Parumthumpara Point, Kurisumala, Peermade, Mangala Devi

Temple, Pattumalai Church, Kuttikanam Palace,

Nearest Airport:Cochin International Airport (75km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kottayam Railway Station (64km / 2 Hours)

Weather:Summer (March – June), Winter (October – March), Monsoon (July – September)

10Kozhikode:

You won’t be wrong if you call this metropolis as the ‘City of Spices’, ‘City of Truth’ or the

‘City of Sculptures’. Well, all these synonyms are hardly enough to describe the aura and

essence of Kozhikode or Calicut! This kaleidoscopic city is much more than a tourist

destination.

Located on the Malabar Coast, Kozhikode or Calicut is esteemed as one of the diverse and

best places to visit in Kerala. Dotted with an array of historical landmarks, tourist spots

and attractions, this wonderful city is also a lively reminiscent of the Dutch and British

eras in India.

 

Best Time to Visit:

 

July to April

Tourist Attractions:Kappad Beach, Kozhikode Beach, Beypore Beach, Kozhippara Falls, Thusharagiri Falls,

Thikkoti Lighthouse, Kadalundi, Tali Temple, Lion’s Park, Kalipoyika, Mananchira

Square, Krishna Menon Museum, Peruvannamuzhi Dam

Nearest Airport:Calicut International Airport (28km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kozhikode Railway Station

Weather:Summer (April – May), Winter (October – March), Monsoon (July – September)

11Ashtamudi:

A quaint city in the warm locales of Kollam, Ashtamudi lies on the outer edges of the

alluring Ashtamudi Lake. While a bustling trade centre in the past, it now attracts an

impressive number of visitors form different corners of the globe. Visitors usually throng

Ashtamudi to enjoy its impeccable beauty and treat themselves with the bucolic

ambience of God’s Own Country. While in this pictorial city, you can witness cashew

processing, coir manufacturing plans, traditional fishing, and lot more.

 

Best Time to Visit:November to February (Winter)

Tourist Attractions:Ashtamudi Lake, Thevally Palace, Alumkadavu Boat Building Yard, Monroe Island,

Nearest Airport:Trivandrum International Airport (71km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kollam Junction (15km / 1 Hour)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (November – February), Monsoon (June – September)

12: Bekal:

Located in the Kasaragod district of Kerala, Bekal is among the most scenic hamlets you

can ever visit while on a Kerala tour. A combined beauty of the mighty Arabian Sea and

lush landscapes, this tiny, yet pictorial village is of utmost historical importance. The

glorious

Bekal Fort testifies this fact vividly.

Serving as a perfect getaway from the concrete life, Bekal enjoys a pleasant climate while

wearing a greener shade throughout the year. If you are yearning for silent, yet joyous

holiday experience in Kerala, Bekal is the ideal hideout for you!

 

Best Time to Visit:

 

October to March

Tourist Attractions:

 

Bekal Fort, Pallikere Beach, Bekal Fort Beach, Valiyaparamba Backwaters, Kappil Beach,

Hosdurg Beach, Nileswaram Cultural Centre, Nityanandarshan Caves, TulurVanam,

Bekal Hole Aqua Park, Mallikarjuna Temple, Malik Dinar Mosque Nearest

Airport: Mangalore Airport (50km)

Nearest Airport:Trivandrum International Airport (71km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kasaragod Railway Station (12km), Kanhangad Railway Station (14km)

Weather:Summer (March – June), Winter (December – February), Monsoon (June – September)

13Guruvayur:

Home to the Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple – fourth largest Hindu temple in India,

Guruvayur has many legends. One of them states that this temple town was chosen by

Lord Krishna to ensconce His Dwarka temple. On the wish of the Lord, Vayu Deva along

with Brhaspati reinstated Lord Krishna’s statue in the sacred Guruvayur Temple. Today,

a large number of devotees visit this holy temple on a daily basis.

The venue ground for festivals like Guruvayur Ekadasi and ChembaiSangeetholsavam,

Guruvayur is also known for its magnificent charm and appeal. A sought-after

destination among the seclusion lovers, it is still resonates the untouched beauty of God’s

Own Country.

Best Time to Visit:October to February (Winter)

Tourist Attractions:Guruvayur Temple, Guruvayur Elephant Camp, MammiyurMahadevan Temple, Palayur

Church, Parthasarathy Temple, Chamundeshwary Temple, Devaswom Museum, Institute

of Mural Paintings

Nearest Airport:Calicut International Airport (77km)

Nearest Railway Station:Guruvayur Junction

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (October – February), Monsoon (June – September)

14Idukki:

A gem in the lap of the mighty Western Ghats, Idukki boasts of being one of the

evergreen and pristine districts in Kerala. Canopied by lush vegetation, this part of

‘India’s Backwater Capital’ has a unique charm and attracts visitors from almost all the

corners of the globe.

Home to numerous natural marvels, lofty peaks like Anamudi and others, captivating

sanctuaries, and spice gardens, this surreal part of Kerala is a must for every nature

lovers. To note here, many of the popular Kerala tourist destinations like Munnar,

Vagamon, Ramakkalmedu, Marayur, and Thekkady are located within this district.

You may also like:Popular Kerala Tourist Destination & Backwater Destination in Kerala

Best Time to Visit:Year-round Destination

Tourist Attractions:Periyar National Park, Periyar Lake, Idukki Arch Dam, Munnar, Vagamon, Thekkady,

Nandukani, Painavu, Gavi, Murikkady, Kulamavu Dam, Anakkara, Hill View Park,

Thommankuthu Falls, Keezharkuthu Falls, Mangala Devi Temple

Nearest Airport:

 

Cochin International Airport (98km)

Nearest Railway Station:

 

Theni Junction (83km)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (November – February), Monsoon (June – September)

15Kannur:

Also known as ‘The Crown of Kerala’, Kannur is a true treat to the visitors’ eyes!

Bordered by the fascinating beauty of the Western Ghats, adorned with the alluring

strokes of the Arabian Sea, and decked with the bucolic charm of an evergreen outlook,

this beach town in the Malabar Coast is among the most beautiful places to visit in Kerala.

Whether you are a nature lover, beach goer, history buff, culture fan, thrill seeker, or a

casual backpacker, you would surely fall in love with the untouched beauty of Kannur

. Also, not to forget here, this city is the home to Muzhappilangad Drive-in Beach, the

only drive-in beach in India.

 

Tourist Attractions:Muzhappilangad Drive-in Beach, Payyambalam Beach, Meenkunnu Beach, Thottada Beach, Baby Beach, Mopila Bay, Dharmadam Island, Parassinikkadavu, Arakkal Museum, Sundareswara Temple, Fort St. Angelo, Pallikunnu, Holy Trinity Cathedral

Nearest Airport:Calicut International Airport (84km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kannur Railway Station

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (October – February), Monsoon (June – August)

16Kasargod:

A quaint town that showcases a diverse of biodiversity, a prismatic destination is dotted

with an array of tourist attractions, and a home away from home for the visitors,

Kasaragod is a swaying beauty in Kerala’s tourism map. Steeped with glorious past, this

balmy town also serves a home to a range of loft peaks, stunning beaches, historic

marvels, natural treasure, and much more.

While on a trip God’s Own Country and searching for places to visit in Kerala, you must

plan a trip to Kasaragod. Whether on a honeymoon trip, nature tour, backpacking quest

, or any other, this scenic town will keep you amazed with its kaleidoscopic and

admirable beauty!

Best Time to Visit:

 

September to January

Tourist Attractions:

 

Chandragiri Fort, Parappa Wildlife Sanctuary, Malom Wildlife Sanctuary, Kammadam

Sacred Grove Wildlife Sanctuary, Ananthapura Lake Temple, Valiyaparamba Backwaters

, Ranipuram, Malik Deenar Mosque, Madhur, Cheruvathur, Rock Point, Kareem’s Forest

Park, Manjeshwar, Trikkanad and PandayanKallu, Nileshwar, Kottancheri Hills,

Anandashram and Nityanandashram, Kumbala, Bela Church, Maipady Palace

Nearest Airport:Mangalore Airport (45km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kasaragod Junction

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (December – February), Monsoon (June – November)

17Kavvayi Backwaters:

While searching for places to visit in Kerala, you may find a number of backwater

destination. However, if you are yearning the most surreal or enchanting backwater

experience, Kavvayi Backwaters is the one for you! Flowing with all its beauty and grace

Payyanur in the Kannur district of Kerala, this patch of backwater has a unique appeal

that can infect the visitors within just a wink!

Fringed with lush greeneries, Kavvayi Backwaters serves as an ideal honeymoon and

family vacation destination in the entire of Kerala. Visit this pictorial abode anytime of

the year, and its heart-warming beauty and charm will surely hold you captive!

Best Time to Visit:October to March

Tourist Attractions:Valiyaparamba Island, Payyannur Island, Kavvayi Island, Bo

Calicut International Airport (154km)

Nearest Railway Station:Payyannur Junction (3km)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (October – February), Monsoon (June – August)

18Kizhunna Beach:

One of the most promising, yet offbeat beaches in Kerala, the Kizhunna Beach is located in the coastal town Kannur in God’s Own Country. Often called the ‘KizhunnaEzhara Beach’ due to its proximity with the Ezhara Beach, this picturesque retreat can be make any beach goer crave for more!

Adding more to its untouched beauty, the Kizhunna Beach in Kerala enjoys a favourable climate almost throughout the year. Owing to this, it receives an ample of beach lovers from across the globe.

 

Best Time to Visit:December to February (Winter)

Tourist Attractions:

 

Kannur, Ezhara Beach, Swimming, Sun Basking, Village Tours

Nearest Airport:Calicut International Airport (108km)

Nearest Railway Station:Kannur Railway Station (10km)

Weather:Summer (March – May), Winter (December – February), Monsoon (June – September)

19Kuttanad:

Fondly called as the ‘Rice Bowl of Kerala’, Kuttanad is truly a poetry in motion! Gracious,

tranquil, evergreen, and still untouched by the outer world, this magnificent tourist

destination in God’s Own Country is fringed with captivating groves of coconut trees,

and is interconnected with a bucolic network of canal. This makes Kuttanad a place to

behold among the visitors.

While the intrinsic network of canals add more to the beauty and charm of Kuttanad, its

evergreen swaying paddy fields make it truly irresistible for the visitors. Also, the rustic

and traditional way of living that still persists in this piece of heaven will surely make

you feel and live the true colours of Kerala.

Best Time to Visit:August to March

Tourist Attractions:Champakulam, Chengannur, Pamba River, Meenachil River, Achankovil River, Manimala River, Punnamada Lake, Backwaters, Paddy Fields, Traditional Water Turbines,

Nearest Airport:Cochin International Airport (85km)

Nearest Railway Station:Alleppey Railway Station (22km) and Changanacherry Railway Station (28km)

Weather:Summer (April – June), Winter (October – Mid March), Monsoon (July – September)

20Malampuzha:

India’s ‘Spice Capital’ is all about lush greeneries and heart-warming ambience, hence

the name “God’s Own Country’! And while in Malampuzha, located in the Palakkad

district, you can feel the true essence of Keralaand its bountiful nature.

Mostly covered by evergreen vegetation, this part of the state is a picture-perfect display

of how we should co-exist with Mother Nature. Malampuzha’s undulating beauty and

tranquillity makes it a must to visit place in the entire region of Southern India.

 

Best Time to Visit:August (Monsoon End) to April (Early Summer)

Tourist Attractions:Malampuzha Dam, Malampuzha Garden, Kava, Palakkad Fort, Dhoni Hills and Waterfalls, Thread Garden, Rock Garden, Snake Park, UdanKhatola, Fantasy Park,

Nearest Airport:Coimbatore International Airport (Tamil Nadu) (55km)

Nearest Railway Station:

 

Palakkad Junction (8km)

Weather:Summer (April – May), Winter (September – March), Monsoon (June – August)

Description
Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive at Cochin & Transfer to Munnar 

Stop At: Tea Gardens, Munnar 685612 India

To visit Munnar, you have to arrive at Ernakulam railway station or Kochi airport,
depending on your medium of travel. From your place of arrival, our representative will
take you to the city of heaven Munnar. Situated amidst the sprawling tea plantations and
exotic flora, this place is a popular resort town in South India.
Like other tourist destinations in Kerala, this city has its historic past too. This place was
once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government. Munnar has the highest
peak in South India, Anamudi. Which is located at the height of 2695 meters. If you love
trekking and want to satisfy the craving of your trekking bud, then this peak serves as
the best place for you.
En route you will pass many sprightly waterfalls, Spice Gardens & Tea Plantations, vistas
of high mountain ranges capped by low clouds. Once after reaching the hotel, you can
check in for two nights stay and have some rest for the true beginning of trip from the
next morning.
Duration: 2 hours

Meals included:

• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight Stay in a Resort / Hotel.

Day 2: Munnar Sightseeing 

Stop At: Rajamalai (Eravikulam) National Park, Munnar India

Start your day with a light breakfast and commence your Munnar sightseeing with
Mattupetty Dam & Eco point, which is situated above 1700 meters and a delight for the
nature lovers. Once your craving for nature is satisfied then head towards the
Eravikulam National Park (Rajamala) which holds largest vibrant population of Thar and
a home to several other rare species of animals. Spread over 97kms, this place is first of
its kind in Kerala will surely the best place for wildlife lovers.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Kannan Devan Tea Museum, Nullatani Estate, Munnar India

After visiting these three exotic places, now it is the time to have some lunch and then
explore the sprawling tea plantations located at the tea estate. Visit the Tata tea museum
and explore the history of tea processing in Munnar. Experience the different stages of
tea processing and learn about the production of the black tea. After knowing the tea
plantations growth and history, you can head towards the Munnar town and visit the
Blossom Garden, view point and spend some time at Munnar Local market, later proceed
to Hotel, have some light dinner and stay overnight for the nest fresh beginning.
Duration: 4 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight stay at Resort / Hotel

Day 3: Munnar to Thekkady 

Stop At: Periyar Lake, Thekkady India

You can start the new morning with some heart breakfast and then visit Thekkady, the
home to the famous Periyar wildlife sanctuary. Lying close to the planations, this is the
world most fascinating natural wild life reserves. Spread across 777 km area, this is the
probably the only wildlife sanctuary in India which offers the experience of viewing the
close quarters from the safety of the boat. If you are a wildlife lover and want to enjoy
the wildlife, this place is well known for its beautiful and alluring artificial lake formed
beauty of this wildlife sanctuary. Once you reach, check-in at hotel for the night, you
have the afternoon enjoy the boating in Periyar lake. Later visit a locally owned spice
plantation to walk through the different varieties of Kerala Spices. Overnight stay at
Resort / Hotel.
Duration: 5 hours

Stop At: Kadathanadan Kalari & Navarasa Kathakali, Kumily Thekkady Road Periyar Tiger Reserve, Thekkady 685509 India
Martial Art Show for 1 Hour (Optional)
Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:

• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight stay at Resort / Hotel

Day 4: Thekkady to Houseboat 

Stop At: Kerala Backwaters, India

Start your morning in the exotic green environment and have breakfast to satisfy your
taste buds. Now you will head towards the watery heaven, Alleppey / Kumarakom. The
best view of these Kerala backwaters can be experienced from the Houseboats.
Traditionally known as Kettuvallom, these houseboats offer you a unique experience.
Traveling in these Kerala Houseboats is not just a matter of majestic window views but it
is an enchanting experience in itself. The cool and pleasant breeze, the sound of water,
seasonal rails and the occasional migratory birds make this boating as a lifelong
experience for you. Experience ‘God’s Own Country’ while meandering narrow
backwater pathways on the Vembanad Lake via canals, paddy fields, villages and
markets along the Alleppey/Kumarakom backwaters. Enjoy local cuisine on board,
served on traditional banana leaves. Drop anchor on this overnight trip and sleep to the
sounds of the still of the night accompanied by the echo of gently swishing waves.
Duration: 21 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight stay at Houseboat

Day 5: Houseboat to Cochin Departure

Stop At: Jew Town, Old Cochin, Kochi (Cochin) 682002 India

Start your day with a light breakfast and check out from the Houseboat. Later proceed to
Cochin, also known as the queen of the Arabian Sea, Cochin is a major port city on the
South West coast of India. It is well known for its vibrant beauty and some of the well-
known tourist destinations in South India. Cochin is its former name and now it is
known as Kochi. This city also flaunts one of the finest natural harbours in the world and
was the centre of world spice trade for many centuries.
It is a home to plethora of beautiful and historical monuments where you can visit. Some
places that worth exploring in Kochi are Fort Kochi, Dutch Palace, Santa Cruz Cathedral
Basilica, Jewish synagogue, Chinese Fishing Nets and a lot more.
Sightseeing and shopping will be according to the time of your return flight/train
Our representative will leave you at Airport/Railway station and you can get back to your
hoe with the everlasting memories of your Kerala Tour Package with Saffron India
Tours.
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:

• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Departure Transfer

Important Information:
Details
  • Departure: 1: Kochi, Kerala, India
    2: SAFFRON INDIA TOURS, CC 45/1947, Ground Floor, Barka Building Labour Colony Road N H By Pass – Vysali, Kuthappady, Thammanam, Kochi, Kerala 682032, India
Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking

 

  • Not wheelchair accessible

 

  • Near public transportation

 

  • Infant seats available

 

  • Most travelers can participate

 

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll
  • be offered a different date or a full refund

 

  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

 

Inclusions

  • 5x Breakfast

 

  • 1x Dinner

 

  • 1x Lunch

 

  • Accommodation included: 5 nights

 

  • Air-conditioned vehicle

 

  • Private transportation

 

  • Parking Fees

 

  • GST (Goods and Services Tax)

 

  • Overnight stay in a Houseboat with all meals

 

  • Sightseeing as per the itinerary
Exclusions

  • • Any item not specifically mentioned in the ‘Tour Price Includes’ columns

 

  • Entry/Admission – Tea Gardens

 

  • Entry/Admission – Rajamalai (Eravikulam) National Park

 

  • Entry/Admission – Kannan Devan Tea Museum

 

  • Entry/Admission – Periyar Lake

 

  • Entry/Admission – Kadathanadan Kalari & Navarasa Kathakali

 

  • Entry/Admission – Kerala Backwaters

 

  • Entry/Admission – Jew Town
Return Details

  • Returns to original departure point
Terms of Use

Once you have booked and received your travel voucher, the contact details for the
travel service operator will be on this voucher under the heading “Important
Information”. Where applicable, you are required to call the travel service operator
directly to advise of additional information such as:

  • Hotel for pick up

 

  • Weights for helicopter tours

 

  • Choice of times for tours

 

  • Special dietary requirements, meal choices etc.

 

 

 

 

Event Tickets

5 Days Kerala Private Tour Package with Houseboat stay

17,500.00 INR

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