Half day sightseeing of Maduppetty Dam, Kundala Lake, Echo point.
Kerala weather can be categorized into three season - Winter, Summer and Monsoon. Winter - October to February, are moderate and pleasant. Summer - March to May, are hot and humid. Monsoon - June and September, are rainy and windy. Kerala during Winter - (October - February) Best & Peak season The best time to vist Kerala is during the winter season, During this period of the year Kerala have one of the pleasant climatic conditions with respect to any other state of India. Temperature slightly drops a bit and due to which it remains bit mild and pleasant so one can enjoy the beaches , backwater's and the Hills of kerala as well, And also the best time to witness some of the greatest Hindu festivals of the country, Christmas eve celebration and traditional festivals and custom's can be enjoyed like a true keralite Note - This is also the Peak season for Tourists arrivals from all over the world. So if you're planning for a tour in kerala, Block the Hotel rooms and buy airline/train ticket's in advance so that you can witness God's own country's magic at it's best. Kerala during Summer - (March to May) - Best for Heavy Discount's and Budget Holiday's. March till May are hot and humid (summer), The hill stations of Munnar and Thekkady are still pleasant and can be enjoyed for the pleasure. Recommended time for Heavy discount's and also for budget holiday. The heat might keep you off the beaches and you may find yourself indulged in peaceful nap in noon time, And as mentioned before expect heavy discounts as far as Hotel's, Tours and Food & Beverages are concerned. Kerala in Monsoon - (June and September) Best for Ayurvedic Treatment This the rainy season in kerala, engulf up most of the beaches and several roads in low-lying areas. Monsoon season is also supposed to be the best time cum recommended for Ayurvedic treatments.
Preferred months : January, February, March, April, September, October, November, December
Most popular place for honeymooners, across the world is kerala.Munnar which is one of the sought after destination. Munnar is one of the attractions that contributed to Kerala's popularity as a travel destination among domestic and foreign travellers. Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, and perched about 1600 m above sea level, the hill station of Munnar once used to be the summer resort of the erstwhile British administration in south India. Thekkady ..The very sound of the word Thekkady conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice scented plantations. The Periyar forests of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India. Spread across the entire district are picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for treks and mountain walks.
Arrive at Cochin Airport or railway station/Bus stand and transfer to Munnar 145 kms drive 5-6 hrs, You may stop at some restaurant and may have lunch at your own expense. Check- in to the hill resort/hotel and rest of the day at leisure for other activities or an evening city tour as per the feasability. Overnight stay at the resort..
Munnar half day sightseeing of Maduppetty Dam, Kundala Lake, Echo point and back to the resort OR continue with your day tour to Rajamalai (Eravikulam National Park) a soft trekking hill top view point to spot mountain goats). Overnight stay at the resort.
After breakfast, Checkout from the hotel and proceed to Alleppey which has an immense natural beauty, also known as the Venice of the East. It is famous for the backwaters, boat races, houseboat holidays, beaches, marine products and coir products. Check into your Hotel and visit beach in the evening. Overnight stays at the hotel.
Departure transfer to Cochin Airport / Railway station 55 kms in 1.30 hrs.
Starting City Cochin
Duration 3 Nights / 4 Days