03 Nights 04 Days / Journey to the Heaven

Package Price

Rate: Rs. 8999 / Person

Destination :

Cochin Munnar Alleppey Cochin

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Your tour itinerary:

Day 01st | {Pickup from Kochi - Munnar}

Upon arrival at Cochin Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station, get assistance on all the arrival formalities and transfer to Munnar. Enjoy a four-hour scenic drive to Munnar through the hill station. En route, visit the spice plantations and Valara or Cheeyappara Falls. Once you reach, check in at the hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay will be arranged at the hotel in Munnar.

Day 02nd | {Munnar City Tour}

After a sumptuous breakfast, embark on a sightseeing trip to the visually captivating places in Munnar. The major points of interest include Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, and Tea Museum. Your first stop, Mattupetty Dam, was built with the intention of reserving large amounts of water to generate hydroelectricity. Located about 15 kilometers away from Munnar, Echo Point is a much-loved destination for tourists, nature lovers, and trekking enthusiasts. The natural ‘echo’ effect and beautiful surroundings are the highlights of Echo Point. Get a glimpse of the thriving tea industry of Munnar and its humble beginning with a visit to the Tea Museum. Overnight stay will be arranged in Munnar.

Day 03rd | {Munnar - Alleppey }

In the morning after the delicious breakfast, proceed to Alleppey and get charmed by its azure backwaters, swaying palms groves and floating houseboats. Enjoy a 4-hour scenic drive through the village and the paddy fields. On arrival, check in at the houseboat and later visit the beautiful Kuttanadan region, which is known for its rice cultivation. Witness a spectacular sunset and later see the Alleppey Beaches. Overnight stay will be arranged at the houseboat.

Day 04th | {Alleppey - Kochi }

On this day, you will conclude your memorable trip to the dreamy Kerala. Wake to a beautiful morning and indulge in a sumptuous breakfast and let’s get driven Head to Cochin Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station  with sweet memories with Guruji Travel of India.                                                                  

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Inclusions


Meal Plan for Hotel : Breakfast 
Houseboat Stay : Private Houseboat 
Meal Plan for Houseboat : All Meals 
Airport/ Railway Station Transfers 
Parking/Toll/ Driver Bata/ Fuel cost 
Transfer Cab 
GST/VAT/ Service Charges 
Accommodation 1  Room on Twin Sharing
Sightseeing (As Per Itinerary )

Hotel

City Name Hotel Name Hotel Type
Munnar Hotel Karoli Inn Budget
Munnar Hotel Summer Breeze Budget
Munnar Hotel Greenview Inn Budget
Munnar Spice Jungle Resort Budget
Munnar Bella Vista Resort Budget
Alleppey AC Standard Houseboat Budget
Munnar Hotel Rivertree Budget

About The Place

About Munnar

Munnar is a town and hill station located in the Idukki district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. Munnar is situated at around 1,600 metres (5,200 ft) above mean sea level, in the Western Ghats range of mountains. The panchayath of Munnar formed in 1961 January 24 is divided into 21 wards for administrative convenience. Coimbatore district lies in the north, Pallivasal in south, Devikulam and Marayoor in east and Mankulam, Kuttampuzha panchayaths in the west.

About Alleppey

Alappuzha , also known as Alleppey, is the administrative headquarters of Alappuzha District of Kerala state of southern India. Alappuzha is a city and a municipality in Kerala with an urban population of 174,164 and third among the districts having highest literacy rate in Kerala. In 2016, Centre for Science and Environment rated Alappuzha as the top cleanest town in India followed by Mysuru & Panaji Alappuzha is considered to be the oldest planned city in this region and the lighthouse built on the coast of the city is the first of its kind along the Laccadive Sea coast (reference encyclopaedia of Kerala in Malayalam language). Alappuzha is situated 28 km from Changanssery, 46 km from Kottayam and 53 from Kochi and 155 kilometres (96 mi) north of Trivandrum. A town with picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons, it was described as the one of the places known as the "Venice of the East" by Lord Curzon. Hence, it is known as the "Venetian Capital" of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Alappuzha is an important tourist destination in India. The Backwaters of Alappuzha are the most popular tourist attraction in Kerala. A houseboat cruise in these backwaters can be booked.  It connects Kumarakom and Cochin to the North and Quilon to the South. Alappuzha is the access point for the annual Nehru Trophy Boat Race, held on the Punnamada Lake, near Alappuzha, on the second Saturday of August every year. This is the most competitive and popular of the boat races in India. The mullackal chirap is also one of the attractions of Allapuzha which is the festive season held for ten days every year in December. Other attractions in Alappuzha are Alappuzha Beach, offering a views of the Laccadive Sea, Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple, St. Andrew's Basilica, Arthunkal, Mannarasala Temple, Chettikulangara Devi Temple, Haripad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy temple, Krishnapuram Palace, Thakazhy Sree Dharma Sastha Temple, Mullakkal Temple, Edathua Church, Alappuzha CSI Christ Church (oldest Anglican church in Central Kerala) and Champakulam Valia Palli. Alappuzha is home to the Punnapra-Vayalar uprising against the British and also the revolt against the Feudal raj. Communist Party members were killed by the army of the diwan, 200 people at Punnapra on 24 October and more than 150 at Vayalar on 27 October. The total loss of life is allegedly estimated to be more than a thousand.  Coir is the most important commodity manufactured in Alappuzha. The Coir Board was established by the Central Government under the provisions of the Coir Industry Act, 1955. A Central Coir Research Institute is located at Kalavoor.