Delightful Munnar Kerala Tour Package 4 Days 3 Nights

Go out with the setting sun on an empty beach and embrace your life

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    Arrival Cochin to Munnar
    Day One Arrival Sightseeing
    Distance: 130 KM
    Worth Watching:Dutch Palace, St. Francis Church, Chinese Fishing Net, Indo-Portuguese Museum, beautiful streams, small waterfalls
    Getaways:Pepper, cardamom, tea plantations, Exotic spices
    • Dinner

    On this day, a bus will take you to the ‘Switzerland of south India’, Munnar, a place with abundant scenic beauty. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. The day is scheduled for a wildlife safari at the Eravikulam National Park, home to a rare species of a kind of mountain goat, Nilgiri Tahr. Apart from Nilgiri Tahr, twenty six species of mammals have been recorded in the park. Embark on a jungle safari inside the national park to watch the wonders of the nature like, Lion-tailed macaques, gaur, Indian muntjac and sambar deer. Golden jackal, jungle cat, wild dog, dhole, leopard and tiger are the main predators, black-and-orange flycatcher, Nilgiri pipit, Nilgiri wood pigeon, white bellied shortwing, Nilgiri flycatcher and Kerala laughing thrush.

    Munnar Sightseeing
    Day Two Sightseeing
    Distance: 15 KM
    Worth Watching: Sprawling tea plantations, Cinnamon Hills, Mattupetty dam, aromatic spices, Rose garden, Tea museum
    Getaways: Exotic teas, Aromatic Spices, Sea foods
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner

    On second day of your package, visit tranquil, Sprawling tea plantations that surround the serene hills of Munnar. You will have a great photo options, easy walking. The tea plantations in the Cinnamon Hills are worth walking through and have some beautiful scenery and lakes At Mattupetty dam, don’t miss this as it may be a fantastic opportunity to spot wild elephants. If you can’t find any wild life, take a boat and try to catch some fish in the dam. Travel to another natural wonder in Kerala; Eco point a place with perfect wallpaper view. Do eat Junglee Tomato & Passion fruit here. Visit Spice plantation for the aromatic spices and rejuvenate your oral factory. Enjoy the photographer in you and click your most beautiful pictures of various kinds of flowers in Rose garden. Visit Tea museum and bring back the memories of the Kerala with you in the form of tea.

    Munnar to Thekkady
    Day Three Sightseeing
    Distance: 94 KM
    Worth Watching: Wildlife, Kathakali show, Periyar Lake, Periyar National Park, spices tree/plants, natural fish aquarium, artificial paddy field, suspension bridge, Ayurvedic massage
    Getaways: Ayurvedic massage treatment, Species, Tea
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner

    Today after breakfast check out your hotel and drive towards Thekkady, the Wildlife destination of Kerala. It is also known as the spice bag of Kerala. Enjoy the beautiful journey through the hills and valleys of Western Ghats to reach this jungle destination. Check in your hotel and later go for an optional Kathakali show.

    Depart to your Home
    Day Four Departure
    Distance: 160 KM
    Worth Watching: Beautiful streams, Small waterfalls
    Getaways: Photography, Exotic teas, Aromatic Spices
    • Breakfast

    After breakfast drive towards Cochin , then after our representative will drop you at Cochin Airport/Railway station/Bus stand. Drive back to your hometown with the sweet memories of Kerala trip.

    hotels included in package

    • Hotels



    Do native people of Kerala understand other languages as well?

    Yes. Native people of Kerala speak Hindi and English in addition to their mother language which is Malayalam.

    What is the best option for accommodation in Kerala?

    Kerala has best hotels and resorts. One can book a houseboat but for overnight stay, hotel and resort is best option.

    What's the best time of the year to visit Kerala?

    Kerala experiences pleasant weather throughout the year. However, the ideal time to visit Kerala would be in the months of October to March.

    Are there any restrictions on Photography in Kerala? Is there anything I need to consider?

    Some temples do not allow photography inside the premises. One needs to keep in mind that photography of bridges and hydroelectric projects is also prohibited by Indian government in Kerala state.

    Do I need permission to visit tea and spice plantations in Kerala?

    No but you have to pay entry fee only.

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