KERALA TOUR PACKAGE

Kerala Tour Package

 

Overview 

 

Kerala is the land of heavenly beauty which is why the Kerala Tour Package is most popular among travelers. 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. The state of Kerala is well-known for its stunning natural scenery, ecotourism programs, fascinating backwaters, magnificent beaches, and scrumptious cuisine. This narrow strip of land situated at the southwestern coast of the country is the picturesque land of coconut trees, calm backwaters, lush hills, green landscape, and soothing Ayurveda – a state of natural splendor.

YOUR TOUR PACKAGE INCLUDES

  • Accommodation for five nights at one of the hotels specified or one that is comparable.
  • The hotels provide a breakfast buffet every day.
  • Assistance is provided for all transports departing from airports and train terminals.
  • Transportation in automobiles with air conditioning for all of your transportation and tourist needs.
  • A driver who exudes professionalism and is impeccably groomed, while having superior driving abilities and in-depth familiarity with the routes. Although they are not fluent in English, they are able to communicate on a basic level in English.
  • Spice Plantation Tour in Thekkady.
  • Katthakali Dance Show in Cochin.
  • 1 Mineral Water Bottle every day. (Per person)
  • All tolls, parking, fuel charges, and interstate taxes.
  • All applicable taxes and service charges.

YOUR TOUR COST DOES NOT INCLUDE

  • Medical and insurance of any kind.
  • Any lunch or dinner.
  • Any airfare (Domestic & International).
  • Indian Visa.
  • Any Guide Service.
  • Monuments Entrance Fees.
  • Camera Fee at Monuments.
  • Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay/cancellation/hike in fare, strike, or any other natural calamities.
  • Personal nature Expenses I.e. Meals, Soft Drinks, Hard Drinks, Telephone Calls, Laundry, and Tips.

DETAILED ITINERARY: 

DAY 01: ARRIVAL AT KOCHI

Our agent will be waiting for you when you arrive at the Kochi Airport to provide transportation to your accommodation in Kochi. Kochi sometimes referred to as Cochin, is a lovely city located in the Ernakulam district of Kerala. Kochi is also known by its English name. The British, Arabs, Chinese, Dutch, and Portuguese all left their imprints on the history and development of this city during the course of its many years of existence. It is without a doubt the greatest beginning point for your exploration to capture the beauty of God’s own land, Kerala, which is located in India. A hotel room for the night in Kochi is reserved for you.

DAY 02: KOCHI SIGHTSEEING

Go on a sightseeing trip to Kochi after you’ve finished breakfast. The journey will start with a visit to Fort Kochi, which is situated on the coast of India’s westernmost state amidst the clear seas of the Arabian Sea. When you go to this fort, take some time to look at the fascinating artifacts from days gone by. The design of this stunning fort peels back the layers of colonial influence that are ingrained in the topography of this city. Visit the St. Francis Church, which is located in the center of the complex but is closed on Sundays from 8:00 in the morning until 11:00 in the morning. It is the earliest church in India that was built by Europeans and was completed in the year 1503. This church’s tall design is spectacular in every manner, and it has managed to keep its old-world allure over the years despite the passage of time. Also worth seeing is the Jewish Synagogue, which can be found in close proximity to Fort Kochi and dates back more than a century. It was constructed in 1568 and is a showcase that features hand-painted floor tiles, glass chandeliers imported from Belgium, rare antiques, and other such items, in addition to an exclusive gallery. Your sightseeing tour of Kochi will close with a stop at the Chinese Fishing Nets. They are a distinctive feature of Fort Kochi and may be seen from the fort itself. According to legend, Zheng He was the first person to develop the notion of fishing nets (a Chinese explorer). The notion of balance is put to use in the construction of these fishing nets, which are built of bamboo and teakwood poles. Nearly every tourist that comes to this location, particularly after sunset, takes a few candid photographs. Spend your evening in Kochi witnessing a performance of the ancient Kathakali dance. A hotel room for the night in Kochi is reserved for you.

DAY 03: KOCHI – MUNNAR [165 KM /APPROX. 5 HRS]

After breakfast, drive to Munnar. MUNNAR is a stunning hill station that takes its name from the confluence of three rivers: the Madhurapuzha, the Nallathanni, and the Kundaly. It is a well-known place for couples to go on their honeymoon in Kerala since it provides breathtaking panoramas of expansive spice and tea plantations. In addition to that, it is home to Anamudi, which is the tallest peak in all of South India. The town of Munnar is encircled by numerous wildlife reserves, some of which are home to endangered species like the Nilgiri Tahr as well as the grizzled giant squirrel, elephant, gaur, Nilgiri langur, and sambar (Mountain Goat). In addition, the “Neelakurinji” blue flower only blooms here once every 12 years. Check-in at the hotel as soon as you get there. After that, begin your sightseeing tour of Munnar with a trip to the Eravikulam National Park, which is an absolute must-see destination that can be found in the city. It is the first of its sort in Kerala, which is home to the rare Nilgiri Tahr (also known as a Mountain Goat), along with a number of other species that are at risk of extinction. (During the mating season of the critically endangered Nilgiri tahr, which occurs in March of each year on average, the park is closed to the public and the forest is made into a closed area.) A flower called Neelakurinji, which only blooms once every 12 years and will next be seen in 2018, is another attraction that can be found here. You should also check out the Mattupetty Dam, which is a concrete gravity dam that was built between 1949 and 1953 with the aim of water conservation and the creation of hydroelectricity. The most beautiful aspect of this dam is the quiet water, which allows for mesmerizing reflections of the tea plantations that are located all around it. Spend the night in a hotel in the Munnar area.

DAY 04: MUNNAR – THEKKADY [110 KM/APPROX. 3.5 HRS]

Visit the Munnar Tea Estates after breakfast. Munnar is a place that is famous for the abundant tea plantations that are nested amidst the natural beauty of the surrounding area. As you make your way through these vast tea farms, you’ll be able to take in the invigorating scent of freshly picked tea leaves. You can also pay a visit to the Tea Museum while you’re here, which features massive pieces of machinery and vintage images documenting the evolution of tea production through the years. In addition to that, you should get an up-close and personal look at the tea manufacturing process. After some time has passed, we will drive you to Thekkady. THEKKADY is a region in the state of Kerala that is located in the Western Ghats and is known for the abundance of natural views and species of flora and fauna that can be found there. It is well-known throughout India for its Wildlife Sanctuary, which is regarded as one of the most important tiger reserves in the country. Because of its location in the Western Ghats, it is home to a variety of rare animals and breathtaking scenery. Check-in at the hotel as soon as you get there. A night’s stay in a hotel in Thekkady is included.

DAY 05: THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING

After breakfast, visit the popular Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary – a reserve of Bengal tigers, Indian elephants, Wild Boars, Tigers, Leopards, etc. There is an artificial lake there that is approximately one hundred years old, and in it, you can see tigers, baby elephants, and a couple of other creatures that are in a playful mood. At this point, you will get the opportunity to go on an optional boat excursion on Periyar Lake, during which you will get excellent views of the surrounding animals, as well as tea, coffee, and spice plantations, among other things. Overnight stay at hotel in Thekkady.

DAY 06: THEKKADY – KUMARAKOM [145 KMS/APPROX. 4 HRS]

It is time to check out of the hotel after breakfast and make your way to Kumarakom. A picturesque village that sits on the edge of Vembanad Lake is known as KUMARAKOM. Upon arrival, make your first stop at the exotic Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, where you’ll get to observe a wide variety of species of brilliantly colored and active migratory birds. Ornithologists have referred to the protected area as a veritable paradise on earth. After that, proceed to check into the hotel, freshen up, and get some much-needed rest. Later on in the evening, if you’d like, you can take a sunset cruise (which is optional) on Vembanad Lake. Spend the night in a hotel in the city of Kumarakom.

DAY 07: KUMARAKOM – ALLEPPEY [40 KM/APPROX. 1 HR.]

Drive to Alleppey once you have breakfast. Alleppey is a city in the Alappuzha district of Kerala. It is sometimes referred to as the “Venice of India” because of its waterways and canals. You may discover the tropical village life, tea and spice plantations, and unspoiled beauty of Kerala while staying on a houseboat that you rented at this location. Upon arriving, you will need to board the Houseboat, which is known in the area as the Kettuvallam. Take a cruise through the backwaters of Alleppey to learn about and experience the daily lives of the people who live in the villages that line the waterways. In Alleppey, the houseboat comes complete with a delicious dinner and a relaxing overnight stay for guests.

DAY 08: ALLEPPEY – COCHIN [54 KM/APPROX. 1.5 HRS]

After a leisurely morning spent having breakfast and unwinding on a houseboat, the boat will finally pull up to the jetty that marks the end of the journey in Alleppey. After that, a representative of our firm will take you to the Cochin Hotel so that you can continue on with your journey.

Remarks

  • The embassy retains the right to request any document in addition to those listed above at its sole discretion.
  • The time it takes to process visas, the standards that must be met, and the costs that must be paid are all subject to change by the Embassy at any moment without prior notice.
  • Child prices only apply. 

Terms & Conditions

  • You need to have received two doses of the Pfizer Biotech/Oxford AstraZeneca/Moderna vaccine in order to be fully protected. If you have received all of the necessary Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccinations, you will need to get a booster shot.
  • It is possible to alter the itinerary of the package. If there are any modifications made, you will be notified of them.
  • In the event that specific services or facilities are unavailable, replacement options of a similar nature will be provided. In addition, the prices of the various packages may differ according to the services or amenities that are included.
  • There are no refunds available for any of the booked packages. Buy Air Ticket Ltd. reserves the right to make changes to or cancel vacation packages at any time without previous notification.
  • Buy Air Ticket Ltd. has the right to charge an additional cost for any service that is already included, as well as for any unexpected fees that may be imposed by the government.
  • The hotel will not amend your reservation or refund your payment in the event that you are unable to check in on the day that was indicated in your booking owing to changes in airline schedules or other unforeseen factors.
  • If your flight is canceled by the airline and you have to stay at the hotel for additional days, you will be charged additional fees.

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FAQ

Is Kerala safe to travel to?

Kerala is safe.

What about 3 students identified with Corona Virus?

There have been three incidents in which students traveling from China have been detained in the isolation ward of a hospital for the purposes of undergoing in-depth monitoring and receiving treatment. The State Department of Health reports that their condition remains unchanging.

Why has Kerala been called a State Calamity?

This is a preventative measure, and the goal of the Health Department is to raise the levels of awareness and attention among everyone in order to curb unwarranted fear. As a result, there has been an increase in the number of awareness centers and awareness classes offered across all of Kerala’s districts, and the situation has been categorized as a state emergency. There is absolutely nothing to be afraid of in this world. It is business as usual, completely risk-free, and completely under control.

What about the Keralites who went to China and then went back to Kerala?

As a preventative step, the state of Kerala has placed all Keralites from China who has returned home and quarantined them. Some of these individuals have been kept in observation in hospitals, while others have been kept in observation in their homes. Health officials have taken this preventative measure in order to keep a careful eye on them. There is no need for an alarm because everything is operating normally and safely and there is no reason to be concerned. Awareness and alertness are the most important factors, and because of this, the health department is pushing these awareness and alertness programs quite hard in order to prevent excessive fear from occurring. You don’t need to worry about your safety in Kerala at all; we can guarantee it.

What makes Kerala vacations so popular?

The Indian state of Kerala is sometimes referred to as “God’s own country” and is often regarded as a genuine paradise on Earth. A large number of people travel to Kerala for their vacations due to the state’s abundance of stunning beaches and other coastal activities, as well as its towns, villages, vibrant culture, and vibrant festivals, as well as its lush hill stations, forests, and wildlife. The best places to visit in Kerala include Alappuzha, Kochi, Coorg, Munnar, and Wayanad. Alleppey is another fantastic place to go.

What is an excellent Kerala honeymoon destination?

The backwaters of Kumarakom are the perfect place to get away for newlyweds on their honeymoon. The splendor of the sunsets and the intensity of the atmosphere are both amplified by the presence of the gigantic Vembanad Lake. Even if Munnar is a beautiful place to spend your honeymoon, the backwaters are still the best place to go if you want to spend a few days surrounded by tranquil countryside and calming waterfalls.

What is the official language of Kerala?

Malayalam, the state’s official language, is also the language that is spoken by the majority of the population in Kerala. Kerala is home to a sizeable population that is fluent in both English and Hindi.

What is the best time to visit Kerala?

The months of September through March are Kerala’s winter season, and this is the greatest time to travel there. At this time of year, Kerala has a pleasant atmosphere, stunning weather, and moderate humidity levels. The cool months of winter are the best time to travel to Kerala’s picturesque villages and enjoy the state’s famously enchanted lagoons, tranquil canals, and fragrant spice farms.

What should travelers in Kerala do?

Among the top things to do in Kerala are the following: 

  1. Spend some time on a houseboat cruising through the backwaters.
  2. Take a visit to a traditional village.
  3. Treat yourself to an Ayurvedic procedure.
  4. Take in cultural events
  5. Participate in lavish celebrations
  6. An introduction to several forms of martial arts, with a focus on Kalaripayattu

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