Tour Type
Day Tours

Enchanting Kerala: A 10-Day Tour Package

10 Days 9 Nights

Tour Details

A mesmerizing journey through the lush landscapes, backwaters, and vibrant culture of Kerala. with our crafted 10-day tour package. Known as "God's Own Country". Kerala offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and tranquil experiences. This itinerary provide you with an immersive and unforgettable experience.

  • Explore Fort Kochi's colonial architecture.
  • Attend a mesmerizing Kathakali dance performance.
  • Immerse in the lush tea gardens and learn about tea processing.
  • Enjoy a boat safari on Periyar Lake in the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Experience a houseboat cruise on Alleppey's scenic backwaters.
  • Relax on the pristine Lighthouse Beach with its iconic lighthouse.
  • Witness mesmerizing sunsets over the Arabian Sea.
  • Relish traditional Kerala cuisine throughout the journey.
  • Immerse in the tranquility of Kerala's nature and landscapes.
  • Engage with the warm and welcoming local communities.
Basic Information
Departure Time
07.30 AM GMT
Return Time
17.00 PM GMT
English, Hindi
  • Parking and Toll tax
  • Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure
  • English-Speaking Guide: Knowledgeable guides to accompany you throughout the tour, providing valuable insights and assistance.
  • All tours and transfers by Personal Car is included
Not Included
  • Camera fee
  • Travel Insurance: Participants are encouraged to arrange their travel insurance to cover unforeseen events and emergencies.
  • Meals and Beverages: Meals and beverages not specified in the itinerary are not included in the tour package.
  • Personal Expenses: Expenses such as souvenirs, laundry, telephone calls, and additional activities beyond the itinerary are not covered.
  • Gratuities: Tipping for guides, drivers, and hotel staff is not included and is at the discretion of the traveler.
  • Optional Activities: Costs associated with optional activities and excursions not mentioned in the itinerary are the responsibility of the traveler.

Tour Plans

  • Day 1-2Arrival in Kochi (Cochin):

    Start your Kerala adventure by landing in Kochi, the gateway to the state. The city has diverse cultures, showcasing historical sites and attractions. Spend the first day exploring Fort Kochi, known for its colonial architecture. Chinese fishing nets, and vibrant street art. Visit the historic Matta cherry Palace and the St. Francis Church. The oldest European church in India.

    On the second day, take a boat ride to the picturesque Bolgatty Island. Explore the Bolgatty Palace. In the evening, witness a mesmerizing Kathakali dance performance. A traditional art form of Kerala.

  • Day 3-4Munnar - Tea Gardens and Nature Trails:

    Head to Munnar, a hill station renown.ed for its tea plantations, mist-covered hills, and breathtaking landscapes. Spend the day exploring the lush tea gardens and learning about the tea-making process at a tea estate. Visit the Tea Museum to delve into the history and culture of tea in Munnar.

    On the fourth day, embark on a nature trail through the Eravikulam National Park, home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Witness the spectacular views of the Western Ghats and the Anamudi Peak, the highest in South India.

  • Day 5-6Thekkady - Wildlife Safari and Spice Plantations:

    Travel to Thekkady, a haven for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. Enjoy a boat safari on Periyar Lake, surrounded by the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Spot elephants, deer, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Explore spice plantations to understand the cultivation of cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and more. On the sixth day, participate in a trekking adventure in the Periyar Tiger Reserve. The trek offers a chance to witness diverse flora and fauna while experiencing the thrill of being in the heart of the jungle.

  • Day 7-8Alleppey - Houseboat Cruise and Backwaters:

    Proceed to Alleppey, renowned for its backwaters and houseboat cruises. Board a traditional Kerala houseboat and sail through the scenic backwaters, surrounded by palm-fringed landscapes. Witness the local way of life along the waterways and enjoy delicious Kerala cuisine prepared onboard.

    On the eighth day, explore the Alleppey town. Visit the historic Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple. Take a stroll through the vibrant local markets.

  • Day 9-10Kovalam - Beach Bliss and Ayurveda:

    Conclude your Kerala tour by heading to the coastal town of Kovalam. Relax on the pristine beaches, particularly the Lighthouse Beach, known for its iconic lighthouse. Indulge in Ayurvedic treatments and rejuvenate your senses with traditional spa therapies.

    On the final day, explore the Kovalam beach town. visit the Hawa Beach, and enjoy water activities such as surfing and parasailing. Witness a mesmerizing sunset over the Arabian Sea. Marking the end of your enchanting Kerala journey.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is Kerala safe for tourists?

    Yes, Kerala is considered a safe destination for tourists. The state is known for its hospitality and welcoming atmosphere. However, it's always advisable to follow general travel guidelines and be cautious of your belongings.

  • What is the best time to visit Kerala?

    The best time to visit Kerala is during the winter months, from October to March, when the weather is pleasant and ideal for exploring the diverse landscapes.

  • How do I travel between cities in Kerala?

    Kerala has a well-developed transportation system. You can travel between cities by road, rail, or air. Private and government buses, trains, and domestic flights connect major cities and towns.

  • What should I pack for the trip?

    Pack lightweight and breathable clothing, comfortable footwear for walking tours, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat. If you plan to visit religious sites, modest clothing is recommended. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the stunning landscapes.

  • Are there any specific cultural norms to be aware of?

    Kerala is culturally diverse, and it's advisable to respect local customs and traditions. Modesty in clothing is appreciated, especially when visiting religious sites. Removing footwear before entering someone's home or a religious place is a common practice.

  • Can I try local Kerala cuisine, and is it suitable for vegetarians?

    Yes, Kerala offers a rich variety of cuisine. You can try local dishes like dosa, idli, appam, and seafood specialties. Kerala cuisine caters to vegetarians with a range of delicious vegetarian options.

  • How do I experience a houseboat cruise in Alleppey?

    Houseboat cruises in Alleppey can be booked through tour operators or directly with houseboat owners. It's advisable to book in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons.

  • Are there any health precautions I should take?

    It's recommended to drink bottled or boiled water. Check with your healthcare provider for any vaccinations required before traveling. Apply insect repellent, especially if you plan on trekking in wildlife reserves.

  • Can I use credit cards, or should I carry cash?

    While credit cards are widely accepted in urban areas, it's advisable to carry some cash, especially in rural or remote areas. ATMs are available in major cities for cash withdrawals.

  • How can I explore Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala?

    Ayurvedic treatments are widely available in Kerala. Look for accredited Ayurvedic centers and spas. It's recommended to consult with Ayurvedic practitioners before undergoing any treatments to ensure they are suitable for your health.

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