Kerala Tour - Day 01
Tours to india - On arrival in Cochin our representative will meet you and take you on a drive to Munnar.
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A traditional welcome awaits you at the hotel in Munnar. Check in, relax and refresh yourself. Later you can explore the scenic attractions of this beautiful hill station in Kerala, India. Return to the hotel to stay overnight.
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Kerala Tour - Day 02
Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the hill resort of Munnar. Take a nature walk through the tea plantations and see the beautiful views of this lovely hill
station in Kerala, India. Return to the hotel to stay overnight.
Kerala Tour - Day 03
After breakfast drive to Kumarakom and check into the hotel. After relaxing for a while you can explore the beautiful surroundings. Return to the hotel to stay overnight.
Kerala Tour - Day 04
Enjoy a tour of the Travel agents on Vembanad Lake. Admire the natural beauty of the green landscape of Kumarakom. You can also enjoy water sports such as canoeing, water skiing and sailing. Return to the hotel to stay overnight.
Kerala Tour - Day 05
Travel agents, After breakfast drive to Kovalam, a beautiful beach resort near Thiruvananthapuram. Check into the hotel and relax. Later have fun on the beach, let an Ayurvedic masseur give you an ayurvedic massage or enjoy water sports or a catamaran ride in the Arabian Sea. Return to the hotel to stay overnight.
Kerala Tour - Day 06
Enjoy a relaxing day on the beach or a sightseeing tour of Kovalam. Return to the hotel to stay overnight.
Kerala Tour - Day 06
Travel to Trivandrum Airport or Railway station to proceed on your journey at the end of your Kerala Tour.
India's Great Divide is the Vindhya Mountains. They run from east to west, separating the fertile river valley of the Ganges called the Ganga, from the Deccan Plateau which occupies much of the peninsula of India.
It also separates the north, where the predominant languages are Sanskrit - based (brought in by the Indo Iranian herds people about 3,500 years ago), from the Dravidian tongues brought in by a long headed race from the Mediterranean about a thousand years earlier.
The South India's coastal plains are backed by the mountains rimming the wedge of the Deccan plateau.
On these plains lie the best beaches in South India. On the rimming mountains, the western and eastern ghats are the tea, coffee and spice lands.
Beyond these mountains, in the wedge shaped plateau, are great old cities supported by rich farm lands and a culture that has its roots in the almost historical Kumari Continent from where, they claim, civilization spread across the world. The south is gracious, graceful, Old India.
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