If you love hills, waterfalls, tea/coffee plantation, wildlife, backwaters; then wait no longer and avail this package! Kerala is known for its diversity in beauty. Its different places have different experiences to offer you. This package offers 2 nights in Munnar – the hillstation, 1 night in Alleppey – the mother of backwaters and 1 night in Thekkady – home to the wildlife. Have a wonderful 3 star accommodations and a comfortable stay in Kerala through this package.
Situated 1600m above the sea level, Munnar is home to an amazing weather producing spices, tea and coffee. Lush greenery surrounded Munnar has become an attractive tourist destination. Munnar is known for its tea plantation. Munnar has tea museum that talks of how tea plantation is done and how it’s grown. The museum is home to machinery, photographs and talks of the history of tea plantation in Munnar. It is fun to ride a cycle around Munnar and simply go for a cycle tour. Various spices found in Munnar include cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, etc. The exuberantly famous waterfalls of Kerala like Attukal, Cheeyappara, and Valera are present in Munnar. These waterfalls are known for their beauty and are considered to be the most beautiful waterfalls of Kerala. On the other hand, the excellent weather and cool breeze would take your breath away making it an unforgettable experience for you. The beauty of Munnar attracts all sorts of travellers from all over India and the world. It was a small retreat for the English during their time of rule in South India.
Alleppey is home to backwaters- the very soul of Kerala. Alleppey’s occupational status mainly constitutes of farming and thus you get to see lotsof paddy fields in Alleppey, called Padsekharam. You can interact with the locals and can come to know about their different traditional techniques of farming and how they make their very own canoes, how they live and in a nutshell about the lifestyle of the local inhabitants of the backwaters. Alleppey is one of the cleanest towns of India, after Mysuru and Panaji. Lord Curzon compared Alleppey with the “Venice of the East” after visiting Allepey. It is the oldest planned city and the very first lighthouse has been built on the coast of this city. Famous for its various waterways; Alleppey is an epitome of tranquillity. Houseboat cruising on the backwaters of Alleppey is altogether a stupendous experience.
Thekkady is the place for wildlife lovers. The very name Thekkady would remind one of elephants, hills and spice scented plantation. Thekkady is famous for its Periyar forests which is one of the most famous reserves of India. You can do trekking and mountain walking in Thekkady. Periyar national park of Thekkady serves as a tourist attraction in Kerala and is visited by numbers of tourists to see different specifies of flora, fauna, fishes, animals and birds. Nature lovers just love Thekkady for its lush greenery and picturesque landscapes.