Sightseeing Highlights

Thekkady: Thekkady is located in Kerala, India. It offers a very peaceful and calm atmosphere. Periyar National Park is an important tourist attraction in Thekkady. The sanctuary is famous for its dense evergreen, semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests and savanna grass lands. It is home to herds of elephants, sambar, tigers, gaur, lion-tailed macaques and Nilgiri langurs. In Elephant safari you will get a unique experience, seated top an elephant guest are taken along rides into the spice plantation to get the good views of valleys and mountains.

Eravikulam National Park: Eravikulam National Park is the first national park in Kerala.It consists mostly of high altitude Grasslands that are interspersed with Sholas. The main body of the National Park comprises of a high rolling plateau with a base elevation of about 2000 meters from mean sea level. The park is of undulating terrain and the highest peak is Anamudi. Shola Forests are located in the valleys and folds. The park holds the largest viable population of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr and is a famous habitat of Neelakurinji. It harbors a number of medicinal plants.

Fort Kochi: Fort Kochi is a charming seaside area known for its Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture, and elaborate bamboo fishing nets at Fort Kochi Beach. St. Francis Church was the original burial site of explorer Vasco da Gama. Upscale eateries and chic cafes serve Keralan specialties, and quaint shops sell cotton clothing and handmade souvenirs. Heritage buildings house contemporary art galleries.

Athirappilly Falls: Athirappilly Falls, is situated in Thrissur District in Kerala, India. It is the largest waterfall in Kerala, which stands tall at 80 feet and nicknamed as “The Niagara of India”. Visitors can reach the top of the waterfall via a paved path that leads through thick bamboo clusters. A steep narrow path also leads to the bottom of the falls. Forest wildlife in the area includes the Asiatic elephant, tiger, leopard, bison, sambar, and lion-tailed macaque. Daily jungle safari trips are organized.

Periyar National Park:  Periyar National Park in Thekkady is an important tourist attraction in the Kerala state of India. It is notable as an elephant reserve and a tiger reserve. The park is a repository of rare, endemic and endangered flora and fauna and forms the major watershed of two important rivers of Kerala, the Periyar and the Pamba. The availability of Jeep Safari, elephant safari, and most charming boat cruises at Periyar Lake will bring the wildlife experience more rewarding.

Vembanad:  Vembanad is the longest lake in India and the largest lake in the state of Kerala. Several groups of small islands are located in the Lake portion. The Nehru Trophy Boat Race is conducted in a portion of the lake. There are many boating, fishing and sightseeing options available in the area. The Kumarakom Tourist Village has many house boating and holiday packages available. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is located on the east coast of the lake.

Varkala Beach:  Varkala Beach is a cliff beach in Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala, India. It is believed that a dip in the waters of Papanasham Beach washes away all the sins in one’s life. The Janardana Swami Temple is situated near the Beach. It is known for a 10-day festival held twice a year, called Arattu. Varkala beach has adventure and leisure activities such as boat riding, parasailing, jetting and horse-riding.

Mattupetty Dam:  Mattupetty Dam is a storage Concrete Gravity dam built in the mountains of Kerala, India to conserve water for hydroelectricity. The Large amount of perennially available water allows wild animals and birds to flourish. The reservoir is also known to be one of the visiting grounds of elephants in the region.

Edakkal Caves:  Edakkal Caves are two natural caves in the Wayanad district of Kerala in India’s Western Ghats. Inside the caves are pictorial writings believed to date to at least 6,000 BCE, from the Neolithic man, indicating the presence of a prehistoric civilization or settlement in this region.

Chembra Peak:  Chembra Peak is one of the highest peak in the Western Ghats and the highest peak in Wayanad hills. District Tourism Promotion Council provides guides and trekking equipment on hire charges to tourists. Banasura Sagar Dam and Banasura Hill is also nearby.

Kovalam Beach:  Kovalam is a small coastal town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, south of Thiruvananthapuram. At the southern end of Lighthouse Beach is a striped lighthouse with a viewing platform. Palm-backed beaches also include Hawa Beach and Samudra Beach. Heading south, Vizhinjam Juma Masjid mosque overlooks the busy fishing harbor. Inland, Sagarika Marine Research Aquarium displays technology used in pearl production.


Cost Includes

  • 06 Nights accommodation
  • Daily Buffet / Fixed menu Breakfast & Dinner at all places
  • An air-conditioned car for Sightseeing and excursions as per itinerary
  • Currently applicable taxes

Cost Excludes

  • Air fare / train fare.
  • Any meals other than those specified in ‘Cost Includes’.
  • Expenses of personal nature such as tips, telephone calls, laundry, liquor etc.
  • Any other item not specified in ‘cost includes’.
  • GST 5% on total billed amount
  • Guide & Entrance fees during sightseeing / Boat Safari
  • High Season / Festive Season Supplements Applied by Hotels From Time to Time

Terms & Conditions

  • All Prices are in Indian Rupees.
  • All tours are subject to terms and conditions mentioned on the booking form in our brochure
  • Tour prices are valid for Indian Nationals & Foreigners holding Indian Resident Permit.
  • NOTE: All distance featured are approximate

Validity : 01stApril to 30th September 2019 (Except Long weekend, Festival and Blackout dates)

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