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An extremely pleasant trip to three of the most famous cities of India,  envelope a journey to Delhi, the capital city of India, moving on to Agra mainly famous for Taj Mahal and then further heading to Jaipur in Rajasthan. This trip will bring back to travelers the images of the old times of historic India and will also show some of the most captivating sights along with the bustling bazaars, captivating Moghul art and historic architecture. 

Tour Plan

Tour Plan

Day 1

Arrival at Cochin

Arrival at Cochin

This day your trip would be started with meet & greet of our company’s representative. Upon arrival in Cochin - Queen of the Arabian Sea, you will be met by our representative and transferred to the hotel; we would help you checking you in the hotel get refreshed and have some refreshment. Cochin is also called as The Gateway to Kerala. It is the industrial and commercial capital of Kerala. If time allows then in the evening enjoy the city tour covering local market and the boat ride in the pounds. The breathtakingly scenic and naturally prosperous state Kerala is hailed as Gods own Country. In the night get transfer to the hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Duration

11 Days

$999 Per Person

Starts From

Day 2

Cochin Sightseeing

Cochin Sightseeing

Next day have your breakfast at hotel and go for sightseeing, including; Jewish Synagogue, Church of St. Francis, Dutch Palace, Chinese fishing nets and Santa Cruz Basilica, a 500 years old church. From time immemorial, the Arabs, British, Chinese, Dutch, and Portuguese have left indelible marks on the history and development of Cochin. In the evening enjoy the Indian Classical Dance Katthakali. Then you will be taken by ferry up to Wellington Island (Fort Cochin) by ferry. Cochin concludes a wonderful evening. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

Cochin - Munnar

|| 128 Km | Driving time 4 to 5 Hrs. ||

Cochin - Munnar

This day after breakfast check out from the hotel and get driven to Munnar. Upon arrival in Munnar, transferred to the hotel; we would help you checking you in the hotel get refreshed and have some refreshment. Spend the remaining day at leisure and enjoy picturesque landscapes. Munnar is a town located in Kerala state in the southern Western Ghats in South India.

The name is often used to refer to the whole tourist area of Idukki District of which the town forms a part. Munnar Panchayat of Devikulam block is the largest in the district with an area of 557 km². The name of Munnar is believed to be derived from the Tamil words Munu (three) and aaru (river), referring to the town's strategic location at the confluence of the Muthirappuzha, Chandavurai and Kundaly rivers.

Day 4

Munnar - Erawikulam National Park - Munnar

Munnar - Erawikulam National Park - Munnar

Today after breakfast get ready for some sightseeing. Visit the aromatic tea plantations or indulge in thrilling sport activities like paragliding. Kerala Tour Itinerary is devoted to sightseeing in and around Munnar. Enjoy panoramic views of Anaimudai, the highest peak of South India at 2695 m, is visible from Munnar. Visit the Christ Church and proceed for wildlife watching at Eravikulam National Park (16 km). In Erawikulam Natonal Park you will get to see the Neelgiri Tahrs, are the extinct animal species. Continue to Rajamala Hills lying adjacent to the park and stop by at Madupetty Dam, a famous picnic spot for boating and horse riding en route to Top Station. Return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 5

Munnar - Thekkady (Periyar)

Munnar - Thekkady (Periyar)

|| 84 Km | Driving time 3 to 4 Hrs. ||

Leave for Periyar in the morning (4 hours) and transfer to hotel on arrival. You may opt for a pleasant boat ride along the Periyar Lake in the evening. This Lake was conceived by A British engineer, Col. V. Pennycuick who was the then chief engineer of Madras Presidency.  This boat cruise is open from morning 7 PM to afternoon 4 PM and is of approximately 2 hours duration. You will be moving around the lake. Enjoy watching varied birds and animals like tigers, elephants, wild boar, deer, etc at the Periyar/Thekkady National Park.  You can also visit a few tribal villages around Periyar and witness fascinating activities of tribal’s collecting honey from dangerous hill bees. Return to hotel at night.

Day 6

Thekkady - Sightseeing

Thekkady - Sightseeing

Today after Breakfast, will spend our time with Elephants we will arrange a special programme with elephants where you will get a chance to spend some time with elephants. The Indian elephant’s has been captured, tamed and worked by people for more than 4000 years; it stirs the human imagination like no other animal. Tourism centered on elephant is developed to provide a better future for unemployed or badly employed elephants .Kerala has developed many well run tourist camps. In this safari you will get a unique experience, seated a top an elephant guest are taken along rides in to the spice plantation to get the good views of valleys and mountains.

Programs: (Total Duration  is 2 Hours) one hour Elephant ride & Bathing , Feeding ,  Showering , Timber Dragging , Command & Communication etc…

Day 7

Thekkady - Kumarakom

Thekkady - Kumarakom

|| 130 Km | Driving time 3 to 4 Hrs. ||

This day after breakfast at the hotel, leave for Kumarakom by road, arrive Kumarakom and check in at the hotel, get refreshed. If time permits go for the local sightseeing and indulge yourself in the arena of this tremendous place.

Kumarakom is on man-made land reclaimed from the vast Vembanad Lake. The name Kumarakom was derived from the deity of its oldest temple Kumaran. Kumaran's Akam or place became Kumarakom. The place was fertile and most suitable for cultivation of rice and coconut trees. This village was part of Vadakkancore kingdom. But in 1750 Marthanda Varma the King of Travacore conquered and annexed it to Travancore.

Day 8

Kumarakom - Alleppey (Houseboat)

Kumarakom - Alleppey (Houseboat)

On this day, after breakfast check-out from the hotel and get transfer to the backwaters’ houseboat. Check in at this day on an enthralling houseboat cruise, and then board the luxurious houseboat for an overnight journey along the tranquil Kerala backwaters to Alleppey. Alleppey is literally known as The Venice of East, just because of its location and indulgence of nature. The uncountable lakes and backwaters thrilled the town with experiences and joy. This place is usually washed by silver waves of Arabian Sea. The Kerala houseboats that cruise these emerald waterways are an improvisation on the large country barges. Modified to meet a novel concept of holidaying, the Kettuvalloms (houseboats) are comfortably furnished with an open lounge, one or two bath attached bedrooms and a kitchenette, and are extremely eco-friendly, merging smoothly into the panorama.  Every houseboat is manned by a crew of 3 men, usually a cook, guide and oarsman. House boating can be the most relaxing experience for any age, size or type of people.

Day 9

Alleppy - Kovalam

Alleppy - Kovalam

|| 161 Km | Driving time 3 to 4 Hrs. ||

Disembark from the houseboat at Alleppey and transfer to Kovalam. Check in to hotel near the beach upon arrival. Day free to spend at leisure on the beaches. Enjoy playing with the golden sands or take a swim in the shallow water. A soothing sunbath is a perfect option to unwind. The more adventurous ones can enjoy thrilling beach sports. An Ayurvedic massage can also be availed (optional). Return to hotel at night.

The beach is the star attraction here. The old lighthouse, located at Southern beach is a local landmark, for being one of the oldest lighthouses of Kerala, guiding ships to the nearby Vizhnjam port. The small rock hill that separates Hawa beach with Northern beach is a local landmark, with the giant Haylcon Castle (now rebranded as Leela Kempiniski Hotel, a popular 5 star premium hotel) overlooking the seas. Some parts of Haylcon Castle also known as Kovalam Palace, is open to non-guests on an entry fee. The palace has played host to several leading European, US and Arab leaders and is the testimony of Anglo-Travancore architecture.

Day 10

Kovalam - Kanyakumari - Kovalam

Kovalam - Kanyakumari - Kovalam

|| 82 Km | Driving time 1 to 2 Hrs. ||

This day, have your breakfast in the hotel and our driver would pick you up from the hotel in morning, you can go for day visit of Kanyakumari. Kanyakumari is a town on the southernmost tip of the main land of India, in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is also known as Cape Comorin. Post lunch you can visit the Vivekananda Rock Memorial is about a hundred meters from the shore and a regular ferry service exists between the mainland jetty and the rock. The Holy Foot is a foot shaped carving found on the rock and is believed to be the footprint of Goddess Kumari who stood on this rock on one leg and performed the Tapasya (penance). After visiting Kanyakumari, in the evening you would come back to hotel for overnight stay in Kovalam.

Day 11

Kovalam - Departure

Kovalam - Departure

This morning after breakfast; Leave for a sightseeing tour of Trivandrum. The main attraction is Padmanabhaswami Temple, one of the 108 pilgrimage sites for the Vaishnavites. The exquisite carvings on its 400 pillars are notable.  After all get driven to Trivandrum Airport to catch your flight back to your home. Tour ends here with lots of sweet and unforgettable experiences.

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Inclusions

  • Accommodation on double occupancy rooms

  • 1 Night Accommodation at the 1 room A/C  houseboat

  • Daily breakfast at the hotel

  • Tata Tea Muesum Tour at Munnar

  • Boat ride at Periyar Lake, Thekkady

  • Kathakali Dance show at Cochin.

  • All meals at the houseboat

  • All airport transfers by chauffer driven A/C Car

  • Intercity transfers and sightseeing by chauffer driven A/C Car

  • Excursion to Kanyakumari

  • Sightseeing in Trivandrum (Subject to time availability)

  • Toll taxes, parking and fuel

  • All applicable taxes

  • General English speaking Chauffeur

Exclusions

  • Extras at the hotel

  • Meals in hotels other than specified in the inclusions

  • Monuments entry fees

  • Personal purchase

  • Any Airfare

  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusion List

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— Anukriti Srivastava, India

This time we decided to go for a small family luxurious and relaxing trip to Orccha and Jhansi. Magic box Holidays out did themselves in this trip. My father and I are all about history and my mother was mostly concerned of eating authentic Bundelkhandi food. We told Paridhi from Magic box the reasons for visiting and what all we would like to do. She got a us a wonderful deal in Amar Mahal hotel which is most luxurious in Orccha with breakfast and dinner included. She had also made sure that we had an amazing driver throughout the trip who was very knowledgeable about the area.!