Kovalam in Kerala is often referred to as the Paradise of the South. Idyllic and flamboyant, the crescent-shaped beaches of Kovalam have a character of their own. Kovalam opens up a vista of soft sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters and a rocky promontory crowded by coconut groves with a lighthouse in the centre. The beach gets gentle waves making swimming refreshing and exhilarating. you will visit Vizhinjam Marine Aquerium, Halcyon Castle, Analothbhave Mathe Church, Fishing Harbour, Vizhinjam Village, Samudra Beach, Rock Cut Cave. Kovalam opens up a vista of soft sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters and a rocky promontory crowded by coconut groves with a lighthouse in the centre. The beach gets gentle waves making swimming refreshing and exhilarating.
Kanyakumari(The Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and the Bay of Bengal). On the way, you are lucky to visit Padmanapuram Palace and Suchindreem Temple. On arrival at Kanyakumari check in to the hotel, afternoon visits the Gandhi Memorial Temple, Vivekananda Rock, Devikanya Temple.
Day 1 Arrival in Cochin
On arrival Cochin Airport, Welcome by our representative and get transfer to the hotel. Check in into the hotel. Later proceed for local sightseeing of Cochin which includes Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, Chinese Fishing nets. Return back to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel. Cochin, Kochi is located along the Arabian Sea, on the south-west coast of India. Kochi is one of the seven taluks of Ernakulam district in the state of Kerala. Straddled by the backwaters, it is bordered by the Arabian Sea in the west and urbanised region in the east. The major part of the city lies at sea level along the coastline of around 48 km. Spread over an area of 94.88 sq km, Kochi is the second largest city of Kerala. Comprising Kakkanad in the north-east, Tripunithura in the south-east and mainland Ernakulam, Kochi is a part of the Greater Cochin region. Areas like Old Kochi, Kadavanthra, the suburbs of Edapally, the exurbia of Kalamassery and some islands of the Vembanad Lake, are also included in Kochi. It also encompasses areas like Mattancherry, Fort Kochi, Palluruthy and Thoppumpady. Nearest Airport: Cochin International Airport Nearest Railway station: Ernakulam Railway station
Day 2 Cochin to Munnar (150 Kms / 5 Hrs)
After Breakfast checkout from hotel and get transfer to Munnar, enjoying the stunning panoramic view of the Cardamom hills & green carpets of tea plantations. On arrival, check in into the hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at Munnar. Munnar is situated in the Idukki District in the eastern part of Kerala, bordering the state of Tamil Nadu. Popularly known as Kashmir of the South, Munnar is well connected to all the cities in Kerala. Munnar is located amidst mist-covered mountain ranges and evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, at a varying altitude of 1,600 m (5,249 ft) to 1,800 m (5,906 ft) above mean sea level, at the foot hills of Anamudi, the highest peak of the Western Ghats (2,695 m). Nearest Airport: Cochin International Airport: 130 Kms Nearest Railway station: Ernakulam Railway station: 130 Kms
Day 3 In Munnar
After breakfast proceed to visit local sightseeing of Munnar which includes Eravikulam National Park where you can see the very rare mountain goats locally called the Nilgiri Thar, Mattupetty Dam & Lake, Echo Point, Old Munnar Town and Blossom Park. Return back to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 4 Munnar – Thekkady (120 Kms / 4 Hrs)
fter breakfast check out from hotel and get transfer to Thekkady. Arrive Thekkady check in into the hotel. Later you can visit boat cruise on the Periyar Lake. Here you can see a large variety of wildlife, which include elephants, monkeys, deer, wild boar etc, and quite a lot of unique birds can also be spotted. Return back to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel. Thekkady, located in the Idukki district of the state of Kerala, is the place where the Periyar National Park is located. Thekkady lies very close to Kumily, which lies on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, spread across an area of 300 square miles, is home to thick evergreen forests, deciduous forests and a host of animal species, viz. elephants, Sambar, tigers, Nilgiri Langurs, etc. Nearest Airport: Madurai Airport: 136 Kms Nearest Railway station: Kottayam Railway station: 114 Kms
Day 5 Thekkady – Alleppey (140 Kms / 4 Hrs)
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Alleppey. Alleppey also called “Venice of East”. Check in into the houseboat. Alleppey is a place where you will forget everything except enjoyment of life. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at the houseboat. Alleppey also called as the ‘Venice of the East’ by Lord Curzon, Alappuzha is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in Kerala. Located in Alappuzha district of Kerala, this town is also known as Alleppey. Situated at a distance of 155 km from Thiruvananthapuram and around 62 km to the south of Kochi, the destination is famous for its backwaters. Nearest Airport: Cochin International Airport: 85 Kms Nearest Railway station: Alleppey Railway station
Day 6 Alleppey – Kovalam (190 Kms / 5 Hrs)
After sumptuous breakfast check out from the hotel & get transferred to Kovalam. Arrive Kovalam, check in into the hotel. Day free at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel. Kovalam is situated along the Malabar Coast in the state of Kerala in South India. Kovalam is a famous beach destination visited by Indian and international tourists all round the year. It is 15 km from the capital city, Thiruvananthapuram. The word ‘Kovalam’ in Malayalam stands for ‘a groove of coconut trees’. Kovalam was a cluster of small fishing villages during the pre-Independence era that belonged to the state of Travancore. The earlier history of Kovalam is very obscure. The town of Kovalam came to the lime light during the reign of the Maharaja of Travancore in the 1930s. The Maharaja of Travancore was so impressed by the beauty of the place that he spent a lot of his leisure time on the beaches of Kovalam. He also invited his European friends over to this place and they made the place popular. Nearest Airport: Trivandrum International Airport: 15 Kms Nearest Railway station: Trivandrum Central Railway station: 15 Kms
Day 7 Kovalam – Trivandrum – Kovalam
After breakfast proceed to visit local sightseeing of Trivandrum which includes Padmanabha Swamy Temple, The Napier Museum, Shangmugham Beach and Kovalam Beach,. Return back to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 8 Kovalam – Kanyakumari (85 Kms / 2.5 Hrs)
After breakfast check out from hotel and get transfer to Kanyakumari. Arrive Kanyakumari, check in into the hotel. Later proceed to visit local sightseeing of Kanyakumari which includes Vivekananda Rock Memorial, St. Thiruvalluvar Statue, Triveni Sangam, and Sunset Point etc. Return back to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel. Kanyakumari is a town located in Tamil Nadu. At times it is also called ‘Cape Comorin’. It lies at the southern-most tip of the Indian Peninsula, which is also the geographical end of the Indian mainland. Tamil and Malayalam are the predominant languages spoken here. The town lies at the point where the Arabian Sea, the Gulf of Mannar and the Indian Ocean merge with each other. Towards its north and the east lies the Tirunelveli District, while the state of Kerala is located towards its west and northwest. Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala, is at a distance of about 85 km from Kanyakumari.
Day 9 Kanyakumari – Trivandrum Departure (100 Kms / 3 Hrs)
After breakfast check out from hotel and get transfer to Trivandrum Airport for your onward journey.
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Located at a distance of about 15 kilometres, the Trivandrum International Airport is the nearest airport to Kovalam.
The Trivandrum Central railway station, located about 15 kilometres from Kovalam, is the nearest railway station to Kovalam.
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