5 Days, 4 Nights
This four-day itinerary is a great way to spend your honeymoon in the lap of nature, starting from the old town of Cochin, heading to the lofty mountains of Munnar, and ending it in the backwaters of Alleppey, a serene holiday destination.
Arrival at Cochin Airport / Ernakulam railway station. Drive towards Munnar, a 4-hour drive. En route stop by to see the waterfalls and natural picnic spots. Check into the hotel after reaching and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Spend the night in Munnar. Munnar is located at a height of 1600 meters where three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundale merge. A majestic hill station, Munnar was the summer retreat for the British in South India.
Relish a sumptuous breakfast and spend the rest of the day local sightseeing to Mattupetty Dam, Kundale Lake, and Echo point. Head towards Rajamalai in the afternoon to see the rarest species of mountain goat, "Nilgiri Thars". Spend the night at Munnar.
Check out of the hotel after breakfast and head towards Kumarakom, which is a 5-hour drive. Kumarakom is a small backwater hamlet nestled on the Vembanadu Lake. Check in at the hotel and thereafter, start with the local sightseeing. Indulge in boating or canoeing in this backwater paradise. Spend the night at Kumarakom.
Check out of and drive to the airport to take your flight back home.
Check out of the hotel after a delicious breakfast and head to the airport or railway station on your way back home.
This tour has an age range of 12-70 years old, this means children under the age of 12 will not be eligible to participate in this tour. However, if you are over 70 years please contact us as you may be eligible to join the tour if you fill out G Adventures self-assessment form.
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