Arrive at Trivandrum Airport our representative will meet you and transfer you to the internationally renowned Kovalam Beach. (15 Km) One of the most popular beach destinations in Kerala and check into your hotel. Kovalam consists of three adjacent crescent beaches separated by rocky headlands, of which the southernmost, Lighthouse Beach, is the most famous. The Azure waters and favourable climate make Kovalam a favourite year-round destination for beach lovers. Day at leisure on the beach. Overnight in Kovalam.

Full day relax in the beach


you can opt for Trivandrum sightseeing which includes Padmanabhaswami temple , Napier Museum etc.


Full day trip to Kanyakumari. Overnight at Kovalam

On the way to Alleppey (160 km) you can visit the renowned Varkala Beach and cliff. Check in to the houseboat by 12 PM at Alleppey and cruise through the backwater, an awe inspiring territory loaded with waterways, lakes and canals. You can sunbathe on the deck or watch the palm bordered scene. Aside from the entrancing surroundings it's the life along the coast that makes this an interesting background. You can see the village people go in kayaks and vegetable merchants, anglers and different dealers bringing family merchandise, way to entryway in little wooden water crafts. As you voyage along the backwaters you can request that your skipper stop at towns, paddy fields and different spots, enroute. Overnight in the Houseboat.

9 AM in the morning check out from the Houseboat and drive to Cochin, (60 Km)An historical port town and the spice coast of India since early centuries. Obviously, Cochin offers you some intriguing pieces of history and society. On arrival check in at your hotel and you can go for the sunset cruise in the evening. Overnight at the Fort Cochin.

Today morning after your breakfast, you can go on a touring visit to explore the numerous captivating highlights of Cochin which includes- The Jewish Synagogue in what is privately called the Jew Town, St. Francis Church which is the most established European Church in India, the Santa Cruz Basilica worked in 1557 by the Portuguese, the Dutch Palace, the Spice market and the fifteenth century Chinese Fishing nets. Evening Kathakali dance show is arranged at the cultural center, This Kathakali drama is described by some awesome narrating, astonishing ensembles and broad make-up. Overnight at the Fort Cochin.

Morning after breakfast drive to Athirapally, the famous water falls of South India. The appeal of Athirapally and Vazhachal waterfalls can't be portrayed in words. Roosted high over the sholayar timberland ranges on the edges of Kerala's popularities downpour woods. the Athirapally waterfalls give a soothing getaway to those needing to leave the rushed pace of city life behind. Later visit to Guruvayoor Punnathurkotta, once the royal residence of the ruler, however the castle grounds are presently used to accommodate the elephants of the Guruvayoor temple, and now this place is known as Anakkotta (signifying "Elephant Fort"). There were 60 elephants housed there. Later drive to Cheruthuruthy and stay Overnight in Cheruthuruthy

Morning visit Kerala Kalamandalam, deemed a University of Art and Culture by the Government of India, is a major center for learning Indian performing arts, especially those that developed in the Southern states of India, with the special emphasis on Kerala. Later check out from the hotel and proceed to Wayanad, set in the picturesque Western Ghats and mountains at an altitude of about 2000 meters above sea level. Littered with tropical rain forests, dense hills, rolling paddy fields, spice plantations and valleys, Wayanad is a hitherto undiscovered location offering breathtaking views. Overnight stay in Wayanad.

Today you visit the Muthanga wild life sanctuary where one can find animals like sloth bears, sambhar (wild deer), elephants, monkeys, tigers, reptiles, deer, panthers, and many species of rare birds. Later visit the Edakkal Caves. It is a pre-historic rock shelter formed naturally out of a strange disposition of three huge boulders making one to rest on the other two with its bottom jutting out in between and serving as the roof.. Overnight stay in Wayanad

(130 km/4 h)Drive to Thalassery (or Tellicherry as the British dedicated it amid the seasons of the Raj), a dynamic fishing and a small beautiful town in the north part of Calicut which is popular for the 3 C's-Circus, Cricket and Cakes. It is known for being the principal British settlement in Kerala and obviously Cakes and Cricket were both presented here by the British. Tellicherry is celebrated all over today for its pastry kitchens and cakes. It is likewise rich in society and conventions of the North of Kerala.. Visit the clamoring fish and vegitable markets in Tellicherry. Overnight at the Thalassery

Early morning visit Theyyam . Evening visit the Kannur St.ANgelos Fort. Overnight at the Thalassery.

Today morning after your breakfast departure transfer to Calicut Airport

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