About Kerala Tour package:
Kochi (colonial name Cochin) is a vibrant city situated on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as 'God's Own Country'. Informally, Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway to Kerala. Sightseeing attractions include Fort Cochin Beach, Mattancherry Palace, Willingdon Island, Chinese Fishing Net, Church of Saint Francis, Paradesi Synagogue, etc.
Munnar is a magnificent hill station in the Western Ghats at about 5000 feet above sea level. This is one of the best hill stations in Kerala and is the major centre of Kerala's tea industry.
This tour is for 4 nights 5 days
1 Night Cochin, 1 Night House boat & 2 Nights Munnar (Kerala Delights)
This Tour Includes:
- Bed and breakfast is included.
- Experienced tour guide will be with you.
- You will have a personal car to travel in with an experienced driver.
A video of the tour:
Customize your tour:
You are also free to customize your tours, change the itinerary or hotels choices or anything accordingly and let me know if any changes are required as we work to give you the best & If it's in our hand will try and do the best for you.
Hotels used for Kerala tours:
For all packages the hotels we use are only 3 star and 4 star and 5 star and you are also most welcome to book in the hotel of your choice that can be from 2 star or your budget hotels, (prior to booking the tour you have to provide the names of hotels to us)
Interesting facts about Kerala
Kerala, located in the southernmost part of India, is a state filled with fascinating natural beauty, vibrant culture, and colorful history. With an estimated population of over 35 million people, it is home to some of India’s most well-known cultural sites as well as diverse tropical flora and fauna. Here are 10 interesting facts about Kerala that you may not know.
The name Kerala originated from the word “Keralam”, which means “land of the coconut tree”. A majority of the region is covered in coconut plantations, making it one of the largest producers of coconuts in India.
Kerala is the only state in India where all major religions such as Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity are practiced by the majority of its people. This has resulted in a unique culture where people of different backgrounds live together in peace and harmony.
Kerala is known for its breathtaking scenery, which is why it is often referred to as “God’s Own Country”. With its lush green forests, majestic mountains, picturesque backwaters, and stunning beaches, it’s no wonder it is one of the top tourist destinations in the world.
Ayurveda, an ancient form of medicine, is still widely practiced in Kerala. It uses herbs and minerals to treat various medical conditions. The practice, which dates back to over 2500 years ago, is said to have originated in the same region.
Kerala is home to the world-famous snake boat race, which is held on the second Saturday of August each year. The race, which was originally organized by the rulers of the Cochin Kingdom centuries ago, is a thrilling event that attracts tourists from all over the world.
Kerala is one of the few places in India where people can enjoy the wildlife in its natural habitat. Its national parks offer a glimpse of rare species, such as the Indian elephant, Bengal tiger, and Great Indian Hornbill, among many others.
Kerala has a rich history that dates back over 5000 years. It features a variety of ancient monuments, including palaces and temples, which have great archaeological and historical significance.
Kerala is often considered to be the cleanest state in India. It is one of the few states in India that has achieved a 100% open defecation-free status. It also offers a variety of sanitation and waste management initiatives, making it an environmentally conscious region.
Kerala is one of the most educated states in India. It has an estimated literacy rate of 96%, which is well above the national average.
Kerala is an important contributor to the nation’s economy, as it is home to several industries such as rubber, tea, coffee, fisheries, and many others. It is also a major exporter of commodities such as spices, handlooms, coir products, and marine
1. After pandemic I have stopped booking flights as they don't refund any amount to travel agents if anyting goes wrong.
2. I do not accept cash payments.
3. All payments should be made 15 days before the package via bank transfer or Google pay or wise transfers.
4. For all my outside Goa tours i do not provide airport transfers from Goa hotels to Goa airport.
5. All trips once booked are non Cancelable and non refundable.