When you arrive at the airport or train station, our representative will pick you up and take you to Cochin. Discover the colourful city of Cochin, known as "The Queen of the Arabian Sea," situated on the Indian peninsula's southwest coast. The city is a blend of a rural English village, medieval Portugal, and Holland. Check into your hotel upon arrival. Enjoy a walking tour of Cochin, stopping at the Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, Dutch Palace, Chinese Fishing Net, and Marine Drive. Dot on your first evening of the 4-day Kochi-Munnar-Thekkady Family Tour Package in a congenial hotel in Cochin.
Head to Munnar in the morning. With an elevation of 1800 meters above sea level, Munnar is known as "The Southern Kashmeer of Kerala." The distinctive features of this hill station include broad stretches of tea plantations, colonial bungalows, rivulets, waterfalls, and cool temperatures. It takes 4 hours to go via hill stations to get to Munnar. Visit Valara/Cheeyappara Falls and Spice Plantations on the way, known as the 'nature lovers paradise'. Check-in at the hotel after arrival. Later in the day, free time for relaxation. Stay the night at a hotel in Munnar.
On your full-day sightseeing tour of Munnar, visit places like the Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, Nursery Garden, Photo Point, and Eravikulam National Park. Munnar is well-known for the Nilgiri Tahr, Anamudi Point, the highest mountain in South India, and the Tata Tea Museum. Take a Spice Tea Trail prior to dinner and return to the hotel.
Early in the morning, depart for Thekkady, which is home to Kerala's Cardamom Hills. You will see spice farms, mist-covered mountains, and wide grasslands filled with breathtaking waterfalls and walking routes as you go. Check into the hotel after you arrive, then take some time to rest and replenish. Later, get ready for a half-day sightseeing trip to Thekkady. Take a boat safari on Periyar Lake which passes through Periyar Tiger Reserve. Once you've seen some unique and exciting creatures in the area's natural habitat, go to the spice plantation. Visit Kumili village at night and wander around the busy spice market. Spend the night at the hotel in Thekkady.
Early morning arrival at Alleppey. Enjoy breathtaking scenery in the Venice of the east Alleppey, located alongside the banks of Vembanadu Lake. The area is well-known for its crystal-clear backwaters, swaying palm trees, and moored houseboats. Delve into a four-hour picturesque drive through paddy fields and typical Kerala villages. The traditional Kerala houseboat known as ‘Kettuvallam’ is worth staying on when you get there. Have an authentic Kerala lunch there while staying on a houseboat. Take a trip over the unique system of rivers, lakes, lagoons, and canals. Finally, check up on the Paddy Fields in the Kuttanadan Region to catch sight of rice being farmed below sea level. Go for the proposed method of staying in a room or a houseboat for the night in Alleppey.
On the concluding day of the Kochi-Munnar-Thekkady Family Tour Package Check out from the hotel and return to the airport or railway station after breakfast.
On a 6-day trip, discover the seductive beauty of Kerala's hills and shoreline villages.
On Kerala's southwest coast, Kochi is among the most picturesque places to visit. The city also boasts one of the greatest natural harbours on the entire globe. Further, to mention, the Western Ghats mountains of Kerala are home to the highland town of Munnar. You must visit Munnar to really appreciate its magnificence because words cannot do it justice. Thekkady's forests, Munnar's tea farms, and Alleppey's canal system will all make for a wonderful journey. The most enticing tourist attraction in Kerala is Thekkady. It is located in the Idukki district, not far from the borders of Tamil Nadu and Kerala.