2 Nights Munnar - 1 Night Alleppey/Kumarakom
On arrival at Cochin Airport/ Railway Station you will be received by our representative and drive straight to Munnar hill station. Enroute stop at Valera and Cheeyappara Waterfalls. Reaching Munnar, check into the hotel and relax. Later in afternoon visit Tea Gardens, Mattupetty Dam, and Echo Point.
Overnight at Munnar.
Today morning transfer to Periyar has one of the worlds most fascinating natural wildlife reserves noted for its geography, diverse wildlife and scenic beauty. In the afternoon arrive at Periyar and check-in at Hotel. In the Evening go for a boat ride on the Lake Periyar (own arrangement) where one can have a unique experience of viewing wildlife at close quarters from the safety of a boat on the lake. The greatest attraction of Periyar, however are the herds of wild elephants that come down to play in the lake (Wild life viewing is always dependent on one's good fortune).
Overnight at Hotel in Periyar.
Today post breakfast & checkout from the Hotel drive to Alleppey. Later check-in to the Houseboat The houseboat redefines with shining wooden floors and luxurious amenities. Experience the simple joys of life amidst the delicate embrace of mist, enhanced by pleasant harmony of singing birds. Green stretches of paddy fields with long rows of swaying coconut palm trees, as time seems to stand still while drift along. Discover Alleppey, one of the foremost backwater destinations in the world, through the exciting houseboat cruise. If you don't take Houseboat then visit Alappuzha Beach, Mullakal Raja Rajeshwari Temple, Champakulam Church.
Overnight at houseboat or Hotel
Today morning after breakfast and deboard the houseboat drive to Cochin. Cochin - which is also known as the Queen of Arabian Sea is a perfect blend of natural beauty and history! It's a place where history stands tall amongst the sea and greenery. Out of all the places you will see here; the most admirable is the Jewish Synagogue. Also known as Mattancherry Synagogue, it was built by Jews. What is attractive here is the Glass work, Chinese titles, Belgian Chandeliers and the wall paintings. Later you will visit is the Dutch Palace built by Portuguese in 1557, as a gift to the then King. A 2 story building, it has a central courtyard and a number of temples inside it. Nearby is the Santa Cruz Basilia and St. Francis Church. Later transfer to the Airport or Station for flight/train to onward destination.
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