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DAY 01 –HOME TOWN - COCHIN BY FLIGHT

Arrival at Cochin Airport, you will be greeted by our local Representative and thereafter Transfer to Hotel for Check-In & relax for a while. Afternoon Sightseeing followed by Lunch - Sightseeing - visiting Fort Cochin - Mattancherry Palace & Portuguese Museum – Museum on region’s Portuguese influence. Then visit Jewish Synagogue & Folklore Museum , Chinese Fishing Net etc….. Rest of the Day at leisure - Overnight Stay.

DAY 02 – COCHIN TO MUNNAR ( APPX 04 HRS DRIVE - 130 KM )

After early Breakfast Check-Out the Hotel and Transfer to Munnar En - route Visit Waterfalls. Upon arrival at Munnar Visit Eravikulam National Park . Evening Transfer to the Hotel . Rest of the evening at Leisure - Dinner in the Hotel - Overnight Stay.

NOTE :- ERAVIKULAM NATIONAL PARK ENTRY FEES ON DIRECT PAYMENT BASIS

DAY 03 –MUNNAR

After Breakfast visit to Tata Tea Museum & Factory - Tea Tasting / Buying available on direct Payment. Later drive to Shooting Point , Mattupetty Dam & Eco Point then Visit Kundala Lake and if time Permit visit of Top Station can be done. Rest of the Day free for shopping in around Munnar Town - Back to Hotel and Dinner - Overnight Stay.

NOTE :- TEA MUSEUM / TEA FACTORY CLOSED ON MONDAY

DAY 04 – MUNNAR TO THEKKADY ( APPX 02 & 40 MINUTES DRIVE - 93 KM )

Post Breakfast and Check-Out the Hotel Transfer to Thekkady - En Route Visit Kerala Spice Plantation. Upon arrival Check-In to the Hotel and relax. Later fo for 20 Minutes Elephant Ride and Martial Arts Show. Rest of the evening Enjoy a Walk around Spices Market of Kumily Town - Dinner in the Hotel - Overnight Stay.

DAY 05 – THEKKADY TO ALLEPPEY ( APPX 04 HRS DRIVE - 137 KM )

AEarly Morning go on for 02 Hrs Boating at Periyar Lake. If luck is in your favour, you can see Elephant herds, Tigers and many other Animals. Back to the Hotel and Breakfast . Check-out the Hotel drive to Alleppey - Check-In to the Hotel and relax in around the Resort and evening visit Alleppey Beach - Overnight Stay.

DAY 06 – ALLEPPEY TO COCHIN (02 HRS - 84 KM ) – HOME TOWN

Breakfast and enjoy a Shikara Boat Ride at Alleppey Backwaters. By 11:00 AM Check-out the Hotel and visit Revi Karunakaran Museum and Coir Museum. Later Visit Marari Beach and then Transfer to Cochin. At Cochin you have an Option Visiting Chottanikkara Temple and Shopping around MG Road. Evening after Dinner Transfer to Cochin Transfer to Airport.

(NOTE : DUE TO HEAVY MONSOON OF KERALA IN THE MONTH OF AUG / SEPT AND OCT , WE DO NOT RECOMMEND HOUSE BOAT NIGHT STAY IN ALLEPPEY).

KERALA TOUR PLACES COVERED : COCHIN – MUNNAR – THEKKADY – ALLEPPEY Book Now


DAY 01 – COCHIN

Arrive at Cochin Airport and thereafter Transfer to Hotel and relax. By noon 12:00 PM get ready for Fort Cochin Sightseeing Tour with an English Speaking Guide visit Mattencherry Palace , Folklore Museum & Indo - Portuguese Museum – Museum on region’s Portuguese influence…. Then visit Canta Cruz Cathedral Church and Chinese Fishing Net……. Evening enjoy a Kathakali Traditional Dance Show. Overnight Stay in Cochin. The city praised as the "pearl of the Indian Ocean" is the cultural and economic center of Kerala. Already in antiquity Cochin was a famous trading center for spices. Cochin (600,000 inhabitants) was celebrated as the "Queen of the Arabian Sea". The port city in the center of the Malabar coast gained riches by exporting spices across the Arabian Sea to Europe. The natural harbor of Cochin was first created in the 14th century by a flood in the lagoon landscape. 2 In 1929, the expansion of the modern port began, and recently an international airport was opened. The city of Cochin is located on several islands in front of the mainland town of Ernakulam. Several ferry lines connect Willington Island (with the smaller older airport) to the islands of Bolghatty, Candle and Gundy, as well as the peninsulas Mattancherry and Vypen. In the south of Ernakulam, the industry is spreading. A ferry from the Main Boat Jetty in Ernakulam will take you to the oldest part of Cochin, the old town in the Fort area of Mattancherry, where the old houses and stores of spice traders are dreaming away. East and West have always met here, the first Portuguese settlement originated here already in the 16th century. In 1663 the Dutch took possession of the harbor, in 1796 the British conquered Cochin. Long before that, Arab traders stopped here, as did the Chinese, whose typical fishing nets are still found on lifting bars.

DAY 02 – COCHIN - MUNNAR APPX 04 HRS DRIVE - 133 KM

After early Breakfast Check-Out the Hotel and Tansfer to Munnar - En - Route Stopover for Lunch and visit Cheeyappara Waterfalls. Arrive Munnar Check-In to the Hotel and relax till evening . Later visit "Pothamedu Viewpoint " Lofty overlook with a tea plantation offering panoramas of the valley landscape below. Overnight Stay in Munnar. Munnar rises as three mountain streams merge - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. 1,600 m above sea level, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picturesque towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands here is the Neelakurinji. This flower which bathes the hills in blue once in every twelve years, will bloom next in 2018. Munnar also has the highest peak in South India, Anamudi, which towers over 2,695 m. Anamudi is an ideal spot for trekking.

DAY 03 – MUNNAR

Breakfast and relax in around the Resort. By 10:00 AM get ready for Full Day Munnar Sightseeing First Visit Tea Museum and Tea Factory. Later visit Eravikulam National Park. The park offers a magnificent view of the tea plantations and also of the rolling hills caressed by blankets of mist. The park becomes a hot destination when the hill slopes get covered in a carpet of blue, resulting from the flowering of Neelakurinji. After Lunch drive to Kundala Lake , Photo Point and Eco Point etc..... Evening enjoy a walk around Munnar Town for Shopping ….. Overnight Stay in Munnar.

NOTE :- TEA MUSEUM / FACTORY CLOSED ON MODAY'S

DAY 04 – MUNNAR - THEKKADY APPX 03 HRS DRIVE -105 KM

Enjoy the Sunrise followed by Breakfast and then Check-Out the Hotel and drive to Thekkady / Periyar The very sound of the word Thekkady conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice scented plantations. The Periyar forests of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India. Spreads across the entire district are the picturesque plantations and hill towns that nestle beautiful trails for treks and mountain walks. Upon arrival Check-In to the Hotel and relax for a while. Later in the evening Enjoy an Elephant ride and Martial Arts Shows and walk around Spice Market of Kumily Town – Overnight Stay in Thekkady.

DAY 05 – THEKKADY - ALLEPPEY APPX 04 HRS DRIVE - 140 KM

Today early morning get ready for 02 Hrs Boating at Periyar Lake which is the best way to locate Wildlife in Periyar Sanctuary. Back to the Hotel and Breakfast . Transfer to Alleppey, the "Venice of the East". Here we get our houseboat, which today brings us through small channels to remote villages, where we can observe the daily life of the villagers. Nowhere in the world is there a similar landscape as in Kerala. The palm trees on the banks of the canals, which are reflected in the green water, create a unique atmosphere and nothing disturbs the tranquility of these backwaters.House boat (former banana barges that have been rebuilt - creating qualified jobs in tourism) - gentle and peaceful, the landscape fair by the waterways. The barges are called Malayalam, the language of Kerala, "Kettuvallom"; ("Kettu" means "sew", "vallom" "boat") literally means "sewn boat". The ship's carpenters do not use a single nail, only wood and coconut strings to build the boats. The backwaters are a mix of salt and fresh water and are a network of canals, rivers and lakes. Most of them are natural watercourses that have been widened by sewer structures to facilitate boat transports, as well as redirecting water for the rice fields. On the banks of the backwaters lure many small temples and beautiful churches to visit. Connoisseurs and discoverers come along on a houseboat trip Kettuvallom the secrets of Kerala on the track. Life takes place in and on the water. For hours we gather new impressions. The leisurelyness of the Kettuvalloms lets us slowly immerse ourselves in the new environment. Here we come travelers unobtrusively the everyday life of the Close to people. All houseboats have spacious double cabins - each with its own shower and toilet, a living area and a sundeck. The high standard is given by attention to detail and a deal with reached European guests experienced team. The crew consists of two boatmen and cook. The "chef" also fulfills personal Meal preferences. He conjures up rich menus from the diverse menu of the sea - freshly caught Indian style. The dishes are served in the "three million star restaurant"! In the evening the boat anchors. We are having a fantastic night under a magnificent starry sky! • Yoga light with Roland in the evening Overnight on board with full board. ( A/C DELUXE HOUSE BOAT )

DAY 06 – ALLEPPEY - COCHIN DEPARTURE APPX 02 HRS DRIVE - 75 KM- HOME TOWN

Today after Breakfast Check-Out the House Boat and as per your Flight Schedule Transfer to Cochin Airport / Railway Station to Home Town / next destination

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DAY 01 HOME TOWN-CHENNAI

Upon arrival at the Chennai airport, our tour representative will assist you in smooth transfer to the hotel. Take rest and fresh & up, set out for a full day sightseeing tour of Chennai. Later, visit the famous Marina Beach (the second largest in the world), Kapeleeswar Temple, Fort St. George (the oldest fort in Chennai). Thereafter, head straight to Santhome Cathedral, National Art Gallery, St. Mary’s Church, Anna Zoological Park, Birla Planetarium and People’s Park. Make a brief halt at Kalakshetra and Theosophical Society before returning back to the hotel . Evening free for 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel- overnight stay at Chennai Hotel Grant By GRT Chennai, on the Bay of Bengal in eastern India, is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. The city is home to Fort St. George, built in 1644 and now a museum showcasing the city’s roots as a British military garrison and East India Company trading outpost, when it was called Madras. Religious sites include Kapaleeshwarar Temple, adorned with carved and painted gods, and St. Mary’s, a 17th-century Anglican church.

DAY 02 – CHENNAI – MAHABALIPURAM APPX 02 HRS DRIVE – 58 KMS

Morning 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel followed by Breakfast and Check-Out the Hotel and transfer to Mahabalipuram - Mamallapuram, or Mahabalipuram, is a town on a strip of land between the Bay of Bengal and the Great Salt Lake, in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It’s known for its temples and monuments built by the Pallava dynasty in the 7th and 8th centuries. The seafront Shore Temple comprises 3 ornate granite shrines. Krishna’s Butter Ball is a massive boulder balanced on a small hill near the Ganesha Ratha stone temple. Once you arrive start the Sightseeing from Tiger Cave , Krishna’s Butter Balls and Descent of the Ganges , Varaha Cave and Arjuna’s Penance , Krishna Mandapam. Stop over for Lunch and then visit two more places Pancha Rathas and Darshan at Shore Temple. Rest of the Day at leisure in around the Beach – Overnight Stay at Mahabalipuram

DAY 03 – MAHABALIPURAM – TIRUVANAMALAI APPX 03 HRS DRIVE – 150 KMS

Morning 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel followed by Breakfast and Check-Out the Hotel transfer to Tiruvanamalai - Tiruvannamalai is a Hindu pilgrimage town in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. At the foot of sacred Arunachala Hill is the vast, ancient Arulmigu Arunachaleswarar Temple, dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, with intricately carved gopurams (towers). To the west, the huge Sathanur Dam was constructed in 1958 on the Thenpennai River. Arrival around 12:00 Noon and Lunch at Sri Ramana Ashram, also known as Sri Ramanasramam, is the ashram which was home to modern sage and Advaita Vedanta philosopher Ramana Maharshi from 1922 until his death in 1950. The ashram strives hard to preserve the surroundings. Hundreds of visitors are given accommodations so that they may practice the teachings in the vicinity of the sacred shrine hallowed by His continued presence. Ashram provides vegetarian meals to several hundreds of visitors daily. The publication department releases books in many languages which contain the authentic teaching of the sage. This website offers resources that are helpful for those practicing his teaching. You will also find the contacts of fellow pilgrims in many cities of the world……… Rest of the Day relax in the Hotel. –Overnight Stay at Tiruvanamalai Hotel

DAY 04 – TIRUVANAMALAI – TANJORE APPX 04 HRS DRIVE – 167 KMS

Morning 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel followed by Breakfast and Enjoy a Walk around Temple streets and get a Darshan at Annamalaiyar Temple. Back to the Hotel and Breakfast Check-Out the Hotel and drive to Tanjore - Thanjavur is a city in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Its many temples include the 11th-century Brihadeeswarar Temple, a vast Chola dynasty–era complex with a frescoed interior. Thanjavur Maratha Palace is home to the centuries-old Saraswathi Mahal Library, with palm-leaf manuscripts, and Thanjavur Art Gallery, with bronze statues. Tamil University Museum displays coins, folk artifacts and musical instruments. En – route stopover for Lunch at Trichy. Upon arrival at Tanjore visit Tamil University Museum and Rajarajan Manimandapam, Brihadeeswara Temple and Royal Palace Museum. Later after Sightseeing Transfer to Hotel and rest of the Day at leisure – Overnight Stay at Tanjore Hotel Svatma.

DAY 05 – TANJORE – MADURAI APPX 03 HRS DRIVE – 176 KMS

Early morning walk around near by Village. After Breakfast Check-Out the Hotel and drive to Madurai - Madurai is an energetic, ancient city on the Vaigai River in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Its skyline is dominated by the 14 colorful gopurams (gateway towers) of Meenakshi Amman Temple. Covered in bright carvings of Hindu gods, the Dravidian-style temple is a major pilgrimage site. Millions attend the processions and ceremonies of April's Chithirai Festival celebrating Meenakshi and Lord Vishnu. Arrival at Madurai and get freshen – up and then get ready for Sightseeing Tour – Visit Gandhi Memorial Museum , Aayiram Kaal Mandapam and Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal - The Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal is a palace that carries within herself stories and incidents of art and war. Beautifully structured laid out in the open, it’s a must to visit during the day for its structural beauty and evening for its sound and light show. Evening Darshan at Sri Meenakshi Temple Beautiful vast temple with a lot of religious fervor and much to see inside although not all parts are accessible to non hindus. The entrance is only a little chaotic however inside it is great to discover the beautiful historic architecture and to see so many people worshipping. Rest of the evening free for your leisure activities – Overnight Stay at Madurai .

DAY 06 – MADURAI – THEKKADY APPX 03 HRS DRIVE – 140 KMS

Morning 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel followed by Breakfast and then Check-Out the Hotel and drive to Thekkady / Periyar The very sound of the word Thekkady conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice scented plantations. The Periyar forests of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India. Spreads across the entire district are the picturesque plantations and hill towns that nestle beautiful trails for treks and mountain walks. Upon arrival Check-In to the Hotel and relax for a while. Later in the evening Enjoy an Elephant ride and Martial Arts Shows and walk around Spice Market of Kumily Town – Overnight Stay at Thekkady Hotel.

DAY 07 – THEKKADY

Early morning by 06:00 AM get ready for 02 Hrs Jungle Walk with English Speaking Guided. Back to the Hotel and relax till noon later visit Kerala Spice Plantation and followed by 02 Hrs Boating at Periyar Lake - which is the best way to locate Wildlife in Periyar Sanctuary. Evening 01 Yoga at Hotel – Overnight Stay at THEKKADY.

DAY 08 – THEKKADY – ALLEPPEY APPX 04 HRS DRIVE – 140

Morning 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel followed by Breakfast and drive to Alleppey , the "Venice of the East". Here we get our houseboat, which today brings us through small channels to remote villages, where we can observe the daily life of the villagers. Nowhere in the world is there a similar landscape as in Kerala. The palm trees on the banks of the canals, which are reflected in the green water, create a unique atmosphere and nothing disturbs the tranquility of these backwaters.House boat (former banana barges that have been rebuilt - creating qualified jobs in tourism) - gentle and peaceful, the landscape fair by the waterways. The barges are called Malayalam, the language of Kerala, "Kettuvallom"; ("Kettu" means "sew", "vallom" "boat") literally means "sewn boat". The ship's carpenters do not use a single nail, only wood and coconut strings to build the boats. The backwaters are a mix of salt and fresh water and are a network of canals, rivers and lakes. Most of them are natural watercourses that have been widened by sewer structures to facilitate boat transports, as well as redirecting water for the rice fields. On the banks of the backwaters lure many small temples and beautiful churches to visit. Connoisseurs and discoverers come along on a houseboat trip Kettuvallom the secrets of Kerala on the track. Life takes place in and on the water. For hours we gather new impressions. The leisurelyness of the Kettuvalloms lets us slowly immerse ourselves in the new environment. Here we come travelers unobtrusively the everyday life of the Close to people. All houseboats have spacious double cabins - each with its own shower and toilet, a living area and a sundeck. The high standard is given by attention to detail and a deal with reached European guests experienced team. The crew consists of two boatmen and cook. The "chef" also fulfills personal Meal preferences. He conjures up rich menus from the diverse menu of the sea - freshly caught Indian style. The dishes are served in the "three million star restaurant"! In the evening the boat anchors. We are having a fantastic night under a magnificent starry sky! • Yoga light with Roland in the evening Overnight on board with full board.

DAY 09 – ALLEPPEY – SITARAM RESORT

MToday after Breakfast onboard Check – Out the House Boat and then transfer to Siataram Ayurveda Resort for 07 Nights Ayurveda Treatment. Sitaram Beach Retreat is an authentic and Yoga retreat located on the shores of the Nattika Beach Kerala. En – Route Half Day Fort Cochin Sightseeing Tour will be provided. Visit Mattencherry Palace , Folklore Museum & Indo - Portuguese Museum – Museum on region’s Portuguese influence…. Then visit Canta Cruz Cathedral Church and Chinese Fishing Net. Later Transfer to Sitaram Resort.

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DAY 01 – TRIVANDRUM ARRIVAL

Arrival at Trivandrum Airport , you will be greeted and thereafter Transfer to Hotel and relax. By noon get ready for Day City Tour Visit Napier Museum , Arts Gallery and then Visit Kuthiramalika Palace followed by Darshan at Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple….. Evening free at leisure and followed by 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel – Overnight Stay at Hotel .

DAY 02 –TRIVANDRUM – ALLEPPEY APPX 04 HRS DRIVE – 167 KMS

Early morning walk around Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temle streets and flower market of Chalai followed by breakfast. Later transfer to Alleppey, the "Venice of the East". Here we get our houseboat, which today brings us through small channels to remote villages, where we can observe the daily life of the villagers. Nowhere in the world is there a similar landscape as in Kerala. The palm trees on the banks of the canals, which are reflected in the green water, create a unique atmosphere and nothing disturbs the tranquility of these backwaters.House boat (former banana barges that have been rebuilt - creating qualified jobs in tourism) - gentle and peaceful, the landscape fair by the waterways. The barges are called Malayalam, the language of Kerala, "Kettuvallom"; ("Kettu" means "sew", "vallom" "boat") literally means "sewn boat". The ship's carpenters do not use a single nail, only wood and coconut strings to build the boats. The backwaters are a mix of salt and fresh water and are a network of canals, rivers and lakes. Most of them are natural watercourses that have been widened by sewer structures to facilitate boat transports, as well as redirecting water for the rice fields. On the banks of the backwaters lure many small temples and beautiful churches to visit. Connoisseurs and discoverers come along on a houseboat trip Kettuvallom the secrets of Kerala on the track. Life takes place in and on the water. For hours we gather new impressions. The leisurelyness of the Kettuvalloms lets us slowly immerse ourselves in the new environment. Here we come travelers unobtrusively the everyday life of the Close to people. All houseboats have spacious double cabins - each with its own shower and toilet, a living area and a sundeck. The high standard is given by attention to detail and a deal with reached European guests experienced team. The crew consists of two boatmen and cook. The "chef" also fulfills personal Meal preferences. He conjures up rich menus from the diverse menu of the sea - freshly caught Indian style. The dishes are served in the "three million star restaurant"! In the evening the boat anchors. We are having a fantastic night under a magnificent starry sky! • Overnight Stay in the House Boat on Full Board. ( A/C DELUXE HOUSE BOAT )

DAY 03 – ALLEPPEY – THEKKADY APPX 04 HRS 140 KMS

In the morning the song of the birds awakens us punctually to the sunrise (or distant temple music). While we still have a leisurely breakfast, there is already a lot of activity on the lake, because the fishermen get down to work. Many men also get sand and mud from the backwaters, which they use to build houses and to fertilize use. Thus, the lagoons are saved from sanding. Continue to Thekkady / Periyar Drive to the spice mountains of Thekkady / Periyar, a wildlife sanctuary with coffee, tea, pepper, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and Cardamom plantations. The Periyar Game Reserve is about 780 sq km in size, a nice piece Jungle, since 1934 to protect the wild elephants, tigers and decorated by many other animals. The park is known not only for its elephants and tigers, but it there are deer, wild boars, leopards, bison, monkeys and many smaller inhabitants of the green hilly landscape. A beautiful place to the lush green and the silence to be absorbed. En route visit Spice & Ayurvedic Garden with English speaking guide Check in at the hotel. Visit elephant farm and elephant ride. Evening Yoga at Hotel and later enjoy a walk around Spice market of Kumily Town – Overnight Stay in Thekkady Hotel

DAY 04 – THEKKADY

Morning 07 to about 09 clock: jungle walk with English speaking Guide (before breakfast) 11.30 am Boat ride to the Lake Palace Hotel at Periyar Lake English Colonial mansion on a small island in the middle of the lake Yoga light with Roland in the garden. Lunch on the terrace of the Lake Palace Hotel at your own expense later return to the hotel and free time. Evening free for 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel – Overnight Stay in Thekkady Hotel .

DAY 05 –THEKKADY – MUNNAR APPX 02 HRS – 105 KMS

Today early moring get ready for 02 Hrs Boating at Periyer Lake 06:00 AM. After Boating come to the Hotel and depart after breakfast Scenic drive up to the highlands of Munnar (1,600 m high), center of the Indian tea industry, one of the highest in the world. Here flows three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathani u. Kundala. This beautiful hill station was once the summer resort of the former British government in South India. Munnar also has the highest peak in South India -Anamudi, about 2695 m an ideal point for trekking. Among the exotic flora, Neelakurinji is a flower, which blooms every few years the hills in blue (since 2006 v Chr.). The main areas of work in Munnar are tea and coffee growing. Afternoon sightseeing tea plantation and tea factory with German speaking guide. Evening 01 Hr Yoga at Hotel Terrace of Great views mountains, river and waterfalls from the large balconies. Overnight Stay in Munnar

DAY 06 – MUNNAR – MEIVEDA

Early morning 01 Hr Yoga followed by breakfast and departure to the Malabar Coast. En route visit Pinapple Market (Pineapple) in Muvattupula. Transfer to Meiveda Resort for 07 Nights Ayurveda Treatment.


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This imposing star-shaped structure of stone and concrete masonry is one the shores of the lake. An outlet behind the Gurudwara is source of the Lakshman Ganga.

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