Kerala is a beautiful coastal state located on Southwest coast of India and known as The God" s Own Country. Famous for its lovely backwater, lagoons, lakes, canals and coconut palm trees, Kerala is one of the most sought tourist destinations in India. Cochin (Kochi) is a commercial capital of Kerala and one of the finest backwaters destination in Kerala.
You will be well received on your arrival at the Cochin airport and transfer to hotel.
Munnar is a beautiful Hill station of Kerala famous for its lovely landscape, natural beauty and tea gardens, which make it breathtakingly scenic. This marvelous hill station is situated at the confluence of three mountain rivers call Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala at an elevation of 8000Ft from the sea level.
After breakfast at hotel, proceed to visit around Munnar, visiting The Mattupeety Lake- 13Kms from Munnar, created by a small hydro electricity dam. The Top Station- a vintage point around Munnar that offers fantastic views of the lovely landscapes and the valley. Echo Point- on the way to Top station, got its name from the natural echo phenomenon here. Kundala- is a picturesque town on the way to Top Station. The Golf Course- belongs to Tata Tea Ltd. is located at Top station. The Kundala artificial dam is another attraction. Attukal Waterfalls- located just 9Kms from Munnar is breathtakingly beautiful waterfalls.
Periyar is small town in Kerala famous for its Tiger Reserve and National Park, which was established in 1934 as the Nelliampatty Sanctuary. The Park was enlarged in 1950 and it is India's southernmost tiger reserve. The Periyar lake covers an area of about 10 sq. miles and most of the sanctuary is undulating.
Day 05: Periyar - Alleppey - Houseboat (195Kms and 5hrs drive)
After breakfast at hotel, proceed to visit the plantation.
Periyar (Thekkady) is famous for its spice plantation. You can see the plantation of cardamom, rubber, vanilla and coffee etc and hear the melodious sound of the chirping birds and rippling stream and the fragrance of fresh air while exploring the spice plantations.