Package Detailed

  • 3 nights - 4 days
  • Kochi
  • AC Sedan (A/C)

  • Accommodation

  • Pickup and Drop

  • Sightseeing

  • Candle light dinner

  • Flower bed decoration

  • Honeymoon cake

  • Welcome Drink on Arrival
Destinations Hotel Name
Munnar Rivertree Resort() OR Simillar

3 Nights 4 Days | Destinations : Munnar (2 nights) Alleppey (1 night)

3 Nights 4 Days Kerala Tour Package Itinerary

Day 1: Day 1: Arrival to Cochin | Cochin to Munnar (130km/ 4hrs)

  • Munnar
  • Rivertree Resort  -     OR Simillar

Day 1: Arrival to Cochin | Cochin to Munnar (130km/ 4hrs) Upon your Arrival at Cochin Airport / Ernakulam railway station, meet our Representative and proceed to Munnar, a beautiful hill station. On the way enjoy some waterfalls and natural scenic spots from Kochi to Munnar. Visit Cheeyapara and Valara waterfalls on the way. You will pass through the photo point, tea plantations and viewpoints. Check in to the hotel and spend rest of day at leisure. Highlights of the Day: • Cheeyappara waterfalls(Small sized waterfalls. Water flow may vary from season to season) • Valara waterfalls (Small sized waterfalls. Water flow may vary from season to season) • Tea plantation • Karadipara view point


Day 2: Day 2 : Munnar sightseeing

Day 2 : Munnar sightseeing After having sumptuous breakfast, proceed for a visit to Eravikulam National Park(Closed for Feb and March due to breeding session), which is home to various endemic species like Nilgiri Pipit and black and orange flycatcher. Later in the afternoon, visit famous places of Munnar like Mattupetty Dam, Tea estates, Eco point, Spice Plantation, Rose Garden, Photo Point, Tea Museum, Blossom Park, Kundale Dam. After a day with visit to picturesque places of Munnar, return to hotel for dinner and overnight stay. Highlights of the Day: • Eravikulam National Park(Closed for Feb and March due to breeding session) • Tea Factory Visit • Mattupeety Dam and Lake • Rose Garden, Blossom Park • Kundale Lake • Photo point


Day 3: Day 3: Munnar-Alleppey

  • Alleppey
  • Houseboat stay

After having an early breakfast, check out of the hotel and proceed to Allepey. Check in to the Houseboat and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure in houseboat. Alleppey Houseboat cruise is the best way to explore the beauty of backwaters. Cruising along the backwaters of Alleppey is a quintessential experience. Highlights of the Day: • 5-6 hours Houseboat ride in the backwaters • Authentic Kerala cuisines during the stay • Candle Light Dinner with cake and flower bed decoration(For Honeymooners-If mentioned in the inclusions)


Day 4: Day 4: Alleppey-Kochi

After having breakfast, check out of the houseboat and proceed for a quick half-day sightseeing tour of Fort Kochi, Mattancherry Palace, Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church and Chinese fishing nets. In the evening visit famous Princess Street, Marine drive and bustling MG Road to explore the local markets and enjoy some local Keralan cuisine (on your own). Thereafter proceed for Kochi Airport for onward journey. Highlights of the Day: • Fort Kochi • Mattancherry Palace(Closed on Friday and Saturday) • Dutch Palace(Closed on Friday and Saturday) • Jewish Synagogue(Closed on Friday and Saturday) • St. Francis Church • Chinese fishing nets • Visit to Marine Drive • Shop at local market




Q. What are the best ways to travel to Kerala on a Kerala tour package?

God's own country, Kerala, is an incredible holiday destination in India. Kerala boasts its rich natural beauty and brings thousands of tourists to the state every year. Travellers commonly want to know how to reach Kerala before they plan a Kerala trip. By Rail: The Indian Railways connecting different destinations within and outside the state of Kerala offer plenty of options. There are over 200 railway stations in the state alone with trains travelling from all four corners. For longer distances, there are express trains and super-fast trains connecting Kerala to all the other major metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata. By Air: On your Kerala family tour package, travel to the state by Air. Kochi, Kozhikode, and Thiruvananthapuram are home to the international airports. The capital city, Thiruvananthapuram, is well connected to the Gulf countries as well. By Road: Travellers can reach Kerala by road. Roads in the state are in excellent condition, connecting to Tamil Nadu and Karnataka through national highways. You can choose tourist taxi, buses, and autos as your main mode of transport. By Sea: To reach the interiors of Kerala, you can avail the sea route. There are public ferry services, houseboats, and speed boats available.


Q. How many days of Kerala tour package is ideal for a complete trip?

Kerala is a land of diversity. It may take several days to explore all the mesmerizing locations. However, if you are on Kerala honeymoon package, a 4 nights 5 days tour is great. During this tour, you can cover locations like Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Kovalam, Kanyakumari, and Trivandrum.


Q. What is the best time to visit Kerala?

Kerala experiences the most soothing weather all the year round. Pleasant climatic conditions draw tourists to the state throughout the year. However, the best time to visit Kerala is from September to March. If you want to visit Kerala backwaters, September is a perfect time. You can enjoy the palm-fringed and calm backwater to the optimum. During winter, the hill stations look divine. Book your Kerala tour packages to experience the captivating beauty of Kerala.


Q. What are the famous Honeymoon destinations in Kerala?

Kerala is a honeymoon haven in India. The top honeymoon destinations in Kerala that you must include in your Kerala tour package are: - Munnar: It is a popular hill station located in Kerala, famed for picturesque landscapes and lush green tea gardens. Munnar is the first choice for Kerala honeymoon package - Thekkady: Enjoy wild jeep safari and bamboo rafting in Periyar National Park. It is the ideal station for adventure lovers. - Wayanad: An entrancing location in Kerala, Wayanad is an amazing place to relax on a honeymoon. - Kumarakom and Alleppey: The backwaters of Kerala - Kumarakom, and Alleppey are the romantic gateway that brings honeymoon couples to the state. These are the major attractions for honeymoon couples in Kerala. - Kovalam: Pristine beach, blue waters, and Ayurvedic massage in Kerala invite honeymooners to the beautiful location, Kovalam.


Q. What are the things to do in Kerala on a family tour package?

- Enjoy walking through the lush tea gardens of Munnar and witness tea processing. - Watch snake boat race at Alappuzha in your Kerala tour package. - July to September is the time of Onam festival. During this time, you can rent a vat and witness the splendid race. - Explore the rustic life of villagers in Kerala, especially at the backwater villages. - Houseboats in Kerala are the major attractions. Do not forget to choose a customized Kerala tour package and stay on a houseboat. - Gorge some of the exotic native dishes ranging from fried chips to pazhampori, appam with stew, dosa with Kerala style sambhar, puttu and kadala curry, and Malabar biriyani.


Q. Is it fine to take a trip to Kerala in off season?

Off season in Kerala starts from April to May. There is less crowd, humid weather and slow pace. But still, you can enjoy great offers and huge discounts during this time.


Q. Do I have to share a house boat or can I get it exclusively?

Sharing a houseboat or getting entire accommodation entirely depends upon the package selected. There are available private and shared houseboats to rent in Alleppey. Staying in house boats in Kerala is one of a unique and out of the world experience.


Q. What type of clothes should I take to Kerala?

During summer, light cotton clothes are best worn. If visiting during monsoon season, take along waterproof attires and raincoats. Light winter clothes should be carried in winter.


Q. What are the best places for shopping in Kerala?

Cochin is famous for handicrafts, colourful jewellery made from beads, sandalwood bangles, etc. Trivandrum is popular for souvenirs and terracotta works. Alleppey is a great place for floor mats, furniture, etc.


Q. Is it safe to travel in Kerala?

The state of Kerala boasts of being among the safest place for any tourist to travel within India. With high literacy rate, crime rate here is extremely low.