Arrive in Cochin and meet a Yatra representative, who will help you board the designated vehicle to reach Munnar. Cochin is a major port city, situated on the west coast of Peninsular India. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west and Western Ghats on the east. This unique location has earned Cochin several renowned titles like 'Queen of the Arabian Sea' and 'Gateway to Kerala'. It is an ideal starting point for exploring the breathtaking scenic beauty and age-old charm of the state. Once you reach Munnar, complete the check-in formalities at the hotel. Thereafter, the remaining day is free for leisure activities. Stay overnight at the hotel.
After a relaxing overnight stay, start your day and leave the hotel for a sightseeing tour of Munnar. From undulating hills to expansive tea estates, Munnar has a lot in store for tourists. This serene hill station is bestowed with diverse landscapes marked by enchanting waterfalls, gushing streams, rich biodiversity and lush greenery. Start your sojourn by admiring the breathtaking beauty of the Nyayamakad Waterfalls.Later, undertake an excursion to the Eravikulam National Park, where you can see several rare species of fauna and flora Later, enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
Embark on a road journey to Thekkady (Periyar). Located on the Western Ghats, Thekkady is famous for its natural reserves and spice plantations.The region is an abode to varied animal species, including tiger, elephants, spotted deer, langur, sambar and wild boar. A tour of Kerala is incomplete without visiting this place that offers ample opportunities for leisure activities like a boat ride on the Periyar Lake, excursion to Periyar National Park and visit to spice plantations. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel and relax for some time. Explore the famous site of spice plantations (Charges applicable), which will revive your mind with its serenity and aroma of different spices, such as pepper, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg. Thereafter, return to your hotel room for an overnight stay.
Check-out from the hotel and thereafter, drive to Alleppey â€“ the Venice of the East. Alleppey, also referred to as Alappuzha, is among the oldest planned towns in the region. Famous for houseboat cruise, boat races, clear beaches and marine products, this place is a world-famous backwater holiday destination. Some of the most popular tourist attractions of this serene land are the Alappuzha Beach, Mullakkal Temple, CSI Christ Church, old lighthouse, Punnamada Lake. Upon arrival, check in to the hotel for overnight stay.