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(Houseboat on the Kumarakom Backwaters, Karala)



From July 10, 2013 to April 27, 2013

Keralam, the land of kera or coconut, is a never-ending array of coconut palms…sun blanched beaches…kettuvallams over enchanting backwaters… magical monsoon showers…silent valleys vibrant with flora and fauna…misty mountains of the Western Ghats…fragrance of spices…evenings reverberating with the rhythm of a thousand artforms…fairs and festivals… Welcome to Kerala benign and beautiful!


Origin of Kerala has been linked to a legend dating back to Satya Yug. According to this legend, Kerala rose up from the sea when Lord Parasurama threw his axe into  it and the sea receded to bring up this narrow strip of land from underneath. Lord Parasurama, believed to be the sixth avatar of Lord Mahavishnu, threw his axe from Gokarnam southward across the ocean in rage and in repentance for his actions of killing Kshatriyas. The land of Kerala emerged from the waters  of the Arabian Sea with the blessing of Varuna-the God of Oceans and Bhumidevi- the Goddess of Earth. The sobriquet “God’s own Country” thus bestows itself on Kerala.

The backwaters are a peculiar feature of the state. Canals link the lakes and backwaters to facilitate an uninterrupted inland water navigation system from Thiruvananthapuram to Vadakara, a distance of 450 kms. The Vembanad lake stretching from Alappuzha to Kochi is the biggest water body in the state and is over 200 sq.kms. in area. Kuttanad in Alappuzha district alone has more than 20 per cent of India’s total length of waterways.


Day 1: Departure from Pune/Panvel to Trichur by train.
Day 2: Arrives Trichur, transfer to Hotel at Guruvayoor and overnight stay.
Day 3: Guruvayoor temple darshan & kaladi darshan , visit Athirapally falls en-route to Ernakulam (Kochi), overnight stay.
Day 4: Ernakulam (Kochi)local sightseeing and in afternoon reaches Munnar and halt.
Day 5: Munnar local sightseeing.
Day 6: Depart Munnar for Kumily (Thekkady), Arrives & Overnight stay.
Day 7: Depart Kumily for Kottayam, Arrives, backwater boating at Alleppy & Overnight stay.
Day 8: Boards train from Kottayam at 11.30am for Pune.
Day 9: Arrives Pune at 4.00pm and tour concludes.


Guruvayoor-Srikrishna Temple, Kaladi-Sri Shankaracharya’s birthplace, Cochin(kochi)-Port, Dutch Palace, China net, Ernakulam. Munnar-Hillstation, Tea Estates, Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point. Thekkady(periyar)- Spice Village, Wild life Sanctuary, Alleppy-Backwaters.



2X2 Luxury A/C bus for local sightseeing. Traveller or Innova Vehicle for smaller groups.

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