Kerala, a state on India’s tropical Malabar Coast, has nearly 600km of Arabian Sea shoreline. It’s known for its palm-lined beaches and backwaters, a network of canals. Inland are the Western Ghats, mountains whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as wildlife. National parks like Eravikulam and Periyar, plus Wayanad and other sanctuaries, are home to elephants, langur monkeys and tigers.
Defined by the beaches, greenery, cool yet moderate climate, incredible sunrise and sunsets, Kerala is one of the five states of South India which is continuing to keep high the pride of offering the best tourism ventures in India. Known as the “God’s own Country”, Kerala has a plethora of exquisite things that makes one visit the place, like therapeutic Ayurveda spa messages, backwaters, plantations, Kathakali performances, and elephant rides. If you have already gathered an urge to visit the place, then you can be facilitated with an exclusive Kerala Tour Package put forward by HRM Holidays, at the best prices
Upon arrival Cochin meeting as well as assistance with HRM<
Holidays repersantative followed by a drive to Munnar, En route we shall view gorgeous waterfalls like Cheyyara, Valara and Attakadu together with spice plantation; also we will stop by Kodanad Elephant Care Centre.
Valara – Valara Waterfalls is located in between Neriamangalam on the eastern border of the Ernakulam District and Adimali of Kochi – Madurai National Highway (NH-49). It is in Idukki district, Kerala, at a distance of 14 km from Adimali. The main attraction of this place is Valara waterfalls.
Attukad Waterfall – One of the most popular tourist destinations in Munnar, ideal for trekking and picnics. The place is so beautiful that it attracts a large number of tourists every year to enjoy the sight of the panoramic waterfall and rolling hills. Located between Munnar and Pallivasal in the Idukki District, Attukad Waterfall is a feast for the eyes in true sense. This captivating attraction is surrounded by dark jungle and lush green terrains, reachable only through a wooden bridge.
Kodanad – Kodanad is a rural riverside village of Ernakulam district, Kerala, southern India. Kodanad is situated on the south bank of Periyar River, about 42 kilometers east of Kochi. The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport which is about 20 km (12 mi) by road. The village is a major tourist destination because it houses an Elephant training center.
Overnight remain in Munnar.
After morning meal, Full day sightseeing and tour around Munnar. Enjoy beautiful sights of Anamudi, the highest peak height of South India at 2695 m, is visible from Munnar. Go To the Christ Church as well as continue for wildlife seeing at Eravikulam National forest.
Beside the park as well as visit at Madupetty Dam, a popular outing spot for boating and equine riding en route to Leading Terminal.
Eravikulam National Park is a 97 km2 national park located along the Western Ghats in the Idukki district of Kerala in India. Situated between 10º05’N and 10º20′ north, and 77º0′ and 77º10′ east, it is the first national park in Kerala. Eravikulam National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Mattupetty Dam – (Madupetty Dam), near Munnar in Idukki District, is a storage Concrete Gravity dam built in the mountains of Kerala, India to conserve water for hydroelectricity. It has been a vital source of power yielding along with other such dams, huge revenue to the states. A large amount of perennially available water allows wild animals and birds to flourish.
Evening transfer to resort. Overnight at resort.
After morning meal drive to Thekkady upon reaching, check-in to a hotel. After some rest, we will go for a sightseeing tour of Periyar National forest and also Mullaperiyar Dam. We shall additionally visit spice ranches where you will be permitted to look for exotic spices. At night, we will certainly go with watercraft cruise as well as to see Kerala’s fighting style as well its standard dancing form, Kathakali. Also, you will certainly have the chance to appreciate safari, bamboo rafting, jeep safari, nature stroll, jungle patrol as well as trekking.
Periyar National forest – (PNP) is a protected area near Thekkady in the districts of Idukki, Kottayam and Pathanamthitta in Kerala, India. It is notable as an elephant reserve and a tiger reserve. The protected area covers an area of 925 km2 (357 sq mi). 305 km2 (118 sq mi) of the core zone was declared as the Periyar National Park in 1982.
Mullaperiyar Dam – The Mullaperiyar Dam or Mullaiperiyar Dam is a masonry gravity dam on the Periyar River in the Indian state of Kerala. It was constructed between 1887 and 1895 by John Pennycuick and also reached in an agreement to divert water eastwards to the Madras Presidency area (present-day Tamil Nadu).
Overnight remain in Thekkady.
Take pleasure in the magic of bayou by taking place a Houseboat (Kettuvallam) cruise across the backwaters. Spend the next 22 hrs in your floating villa. Take pleasure in the backwaters of Kerala by getting a glimpse of the town life at close quarters; a unique as well as extraordinary experience. Enjoy the sunset & remain overnight on the houseboat. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
After breakfast drive, back to Cochin. fpr you flight
- Airport Assistance On Arrival & Departure
- Daily Breakfast At All Hotels.
- All Airport Transfers By Air Conditioned Vehicle With Chauffer
- Intercity Transfers And Sightseeing By Air Conditioned Vehicle
- Guide Services
- Toll Taxes, Parking And Fuel
- Accommodation at 3 star Hotels
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Named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler, Kerala is famous especially for its ecotourism initiatives and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Summer Season from March to May, is hot but not humid, as it is near the tropics. Monsoon season between June and August is the best time to visit Kerala for Ayurveda treatments. The wet and cold climate in monsoon weather is ideal and Best time to Visit Kerala for Ayurveda treatments and rejuvenation programmes.
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There are more than fifty well-known folk dances in Kerala. Of them the Kaliyattom, Mudiyettu, Kolam Thullal, Kolkali, Poorakkali, Velakali, Kamapadavukali, Kanniyarkali, Parichamuttukali, Thappukali, Kuravarkali and Thiruvathirakali are the most popular.
There are 44 rivers in Kerala, all but three originating in the Western Ghats. 41 of them flow westward and 3 eastward. The rivers of Kerala are small, in terms of length, breadth and water discharge. The rivers flow faster, owing to the hilly terrain and as the short distance between the Western Ghats and the sea.
The international airports are located in Kannur, Kozhikode, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram. Kerala has become the first state in India to have four international airports with the inauguration of the Kannur airport on Sunday.
Thiruvananthapuram is a major tourist hub in India. Kovalam and Varkala are popular beach towns located near the city. Other important beaches include Poovar, Shankumugham Beach, Azhimala Beach, Vizhinjam Beach and Veli Beach.
Km is the largest Ramasar site in India] Spanning several districts in the state of Kerala, it is known as Vembanadu Lake in Kottayam, Punnamada Lake in Kuttanad and Kochi Lake in Kochi. Several groups of small islands including Vypin, Mulavukad, Vallarpadam, Willingdon Island are located in the Kochi Lake portion.
Bharathappuzha (“River of Bhārata”), also known as the Nila, is a river in India in the state of Kerala. With a length of 209 km, it is the second longest river in Kerala, after Periyar although the total length of Bharathapuzha is 250km of which 41km runs along Tamil Nadu from where it originates.
Kerala is one of the most beautiful places to visit at any time of the year. … Kerala has two rainy seasons, the first starts in June and the second in mid-October and finally ends around mid-November. Unlike some other places, the monsoons in Kerala do not take the form of incessant rain over days and weeks.