Cochin 1N – Athirappilly 1N – Munnar 2N – Thekkady 1N – Alleppey – Kumarkom 1N – Kovalam 1N – Trivandrum 1N
It is a 9 days tour plan including major tourist attractions of Kerala. Absolute Kerala tour (8 Nights/9 Days) is a perfect Kerala tour itinerary that includes beaches, hill stations & places with historical and religious importance.
- Day01: Arrival at Cochin International airport and proceed for Cochin local sightseeing
- Day02: Cochin to Guruvayur, Later Athirapilly (Total 190 Km / 6 Hrs)
- Day03: Athirapally to Munnar (Total 150 Km / 5 Hrs)
- Day04: Munnar Local sightseeing
- Day05: Munnar to Thekkedy (100Km/4 Hrs)
- Day06: Thekkady to Alleppey (135Km/ 4.5 Hrs)
- Day07: Alleppey to Kovalam (160Km/ 4 Hrs)
- Day08: Kovalam to Kanyakumari, return to Trivandrum (180Km (Return journey) / 3 Hrs)
- Day09: Trivandrum local and departure
Kerala is flanked by the Arabian Sea on the west and the mountains of the Western Ghats on the east. It is undoubtedly “God’s own country”. This peninsular poetry sits in the southernmost lap of India and extends north-south along a coastline of 580 km with a varying width of 35 to 120 km approx. Imbued in the hot and wet coastal plains gradually rising in elevation to high hills of ever so soothing western ghats. Kerala has access to numerous backwater lagoons and lakes that put a surgeon in the beauty quotient of the place. Vembanadu lake living in the state of Kerala with an area of 260 sq. km turns out to be the longest lake in India.
Kerala is blessed with plush beaches and some of the most exotic places. On top of that, it has got all the ingredients to acquire peace in today’s stress-bloating life. Kerala’s Serene geographical features, impeccable cultural heritage make it an ideal leisure destination. Also, world-class hospitality makes it a standard-bearer for all the other getaway destinations.
Kerala stands in midst of greenery and mostly dons tropical climate. Also, it situated in the tropic region. However, Kerala’s Malabar coastline experiences a humid tropical wet climate by the major part of Earth’s rainforests. Kerala receives an average rainfall of 118 inches (3,000 millimeters) annually. Summers (February-May) and Monsoon (June- better part of October), carries pleasant weather which easily dissipates all the hassles of life and puts you in a state of peace.
Best time to visit:
Kerala would serve you the best with its beauty from (September to March ) when the climate is quite cool and comfortable. It is undoubtedly the best time to plan your trip. At Goparyatak, our team of travel experts will deliver their 100% to make your tour memorable.