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Kerala with Kanyakumari Tour Itenary

Duration: 14 Days (AC Bus)

Places Covered: Cochin, Munnar, Kumeli with Perriar Lake, Allipi with back water, Trivendram (Kovalam and Paddanava Temple), Kanyakumarika (Vivekananda Rock).

Journey: Howrah - Cochin by train. Cochin to Kanyakumarika by bus, Kanyakumarika to Howrah by train.

Day by day Tour Itenary

Day Programme Night Stay
Day 1 Dep. Howrah Station/Shalimar To Cochin via Chennai Any Suitable Train Train
Day 2 R U N N I N G Train
Day 3 Arrive Cochin and Transfer to hotel Night Stay Cochin
Day 4 Morning sight Seeing of Chinese Fishing net, St. Francis Church, Matanchari Palace by Boat and back to hotel Stay Cochin
Day 5 Early Morning by bus for Munnar and Transfer to hotel Stay. Same day Sight Seeing of Mathupettey dam & Eco-Point and back to hotel night stay. Munnar
Day 6 By Bus ForKumily. Arrive Kumily and Transfer to hotel Stay Kumily
Day 7 Morning Sight Seeing of Periyerforest by Boat and back to Hotel Stay Kumily
Day 8 By Bus for Alappuzha. Arrive AlappuzhaTransfer to hotel. Same day Back water Journey and back to hotel. Alappuzha
Day 9 Early Morning Bus for Trivandrum, Arrive Trivandrum transfer to hotel. Same day Local Sight Seeing foPadmanava Temple Darshan and Back to hotel Stay. Trivandrum
Day 10 By Bus for Kovalam Beach and Back to Hotel. Same day Departure by Bus for Kannyakumari. ArriveKannyakumari and Transfer to hotel for Night Stay. Kannyakumari
Day 11 Morning Sight Seeing of Vebekananda Rock &Kannyakumari Temple and Back to hotel and Stay Kannyakumari
Day 12 By Bus for Nagercoil / Kannyakumari Railway Station for Howrah/Shalimar Station Train
Day 13 R U N N I N G Train
Day 14 Arrive Howrah / Shalimar Station Tour End --

Tour Price: Please contact head office

Glimpse of the tour:

COCHIN - St. Francis Church, Synagogue Mattancherry Palace, Chinese Fishing Nets

COCHIN A world of palms trees and breaking waves at the south-eastern tip of the Indian peninsula. Get caught in the fishing nets and setting sun on the beaches of Cochin. With serene backwaters, beautiful lagoons, wooded isles and a magnificent landscape, Cochin is indeed the " Queen of the Arabian Sea " .
St. Francis Church - On his 3rd visit to Kerala, Vasco da Gama, reached India from Europe by sea, fell ill and died in Kochi. He was buried in the St. Francis Church. In spite of that, his burial spot inside the church has been clearly marked out.
Synagogue Mattancherry Palace - The synagogue, built in 1568, is magnificently decorated by Chinese tiles and Belgian chandeliers. Giant scrolls of the Old Testament can be found here. It is located near the Dutch Palace in Mattancherry.
Chinese Fishing Nets - the chinese fishing nets (Cheenavala) are distinctly unique to Cochin. It is believed that traders from the court of the Chinese ruler Kublai Khan introduced these nets here.

MUNNAR - Mattupetty, Kundala Lake, Rajmala Forest

Munnar breathtakingly beautiful, a haven of peace and tranquility the idyllic tourist destination in God's own country. It was the favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. Unending expanse of tea plantations, pristine valleys and mountains, exotic species of flora and fauna in its wild sanctuaries and forests, aroma of spice scented cool air, Munnar has all these and more.
Muttapetty Specialised dairy farm, Indo-swiss live stock project. The Mattupetty lake and dam , just a short distance from the farm, is a very beautiful picnic spot.
Kundala - is a picturesque town on the way to Top Station. The Golf Course which belongs to Tata Tea Ltd. is located here. The Kundala artificial dam is another attraction. Aruvikkad Waterfall is also near Kundala.
Rajamala Forest - Natural habitat of the Niligiri tahr , Rajamala is 2695 Mts above sea level.

KUMILY - Periyar National Park, Spice Garden

Kumily- is 4 km from Thekkady. This plantation town, closely associated with Thekkady, is situated on the outskirts of the Periyar Sanctuary. An important shopping center and spice trade center, the main bus station and most of the medium range accommodation in the Periyar region are in Kumily.
Periyar National Park - Periyar wildlife sanctuary has a picturesque lake at the heart of the sanctuary. Though its a Tiger Reserve, tourists come here to view the Indian elephants in the act of ablution and playfulness by the Periyar lake.
Spice Garden- Kerala is known for its fabulous spices. Walk through the aromatic spice gardens where the air is laden with the fragrance of nature's bounty.

ALAPPUZHA - Krishna Temple, Sea Beach back water by boat

Alappuzha - or Alliipi is also known as Venice of the East, is one of the exotic backwater sites of India's southern state Kerala and also the major center of coir Industry. A large net work of canals pass through the town and there is a long sandy beach. A singular characteristic of this land is the region called Kuttanad.

KOVALAM - Sea Beach, Sri Padmanav Temple, Suchindram Temple

Kovalam is an internationally renowned beach of Kerela, with three adjacent crescent beaches. A massive rocky promontory on the beach has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing. The leisure options at this beach are plenty and diverse - sunbathing, swimming, herbal body toning massages, special cultural programmes, Catamaran cruising etc.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple - this temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and belongs to the royal family of the erstwhile Travancore princely state.
Kovalam Beach - the palm-fringed bays in secluded coconut groves, promise a relaxed stay. The boundless blue waters of the Arabian Sea and miles of white sands washed away by the surf at the feet of the stalwart palms and the rocky promontories, makes this beach paradise.
Suchindram Temple - it is dedicated to three different deities represented by one image in the sanctum and is called Sthanumalayan (Sthanu-Shiva, Maal-Vishnu & Ayan-Brahma) kovil.

KANAYAKUMARI - Vivekananda Rock, Kanyakumari Temple, Gandhi Mandapam

Kanyakumari is located at the southern tip of the Indian subcontinent. The small temple dedicated to Kanyakumari, or the youthful form of the primeval energy Shakti (Mother Goddess) is located on the seashore, in the town known by the same name. Kanyakumari was referred to by the British as Cape Commorin.
Vivekananda Rock - December 25, 1892, Swami Vivekananda who had come to Kannyakumari on pilgrimage swam to the rock and spent the whole night there in deep meditation. To commemorate his visit to the rock a superb memorial has been erected.
Kanyakumari Temple- it is dedicated to Parvati as Devi Kanya, the deity, Devi Kanyakumari is the protector of India's shores has an exceptionally brilliant diamond on her nose ring which is supposed to shine out to sea.
Gandhi Mandapam- constructed at the spot where the urn containing the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi was kept for public view before a portion of its contents was immersed in the three seas.