To experience Kerala, one needs to absorb the aura of the place around them. The tour starts from Kochi, with the guests being treated to the traditional Kathakali Dance performance and later being able to interact with the artists. They can even witness the magic of the art coming to life and how preparations are made before every performance.
From ancient European Churches to Jewish Synagogues, all the tourist spots in Kochi will be covered extensively. It will be followed by time traveling back in time through visiting Fort Kochi where the confluence of Dutch, British and Portuguese architecture will leave one mesmerized.
Passing through the lush Cardamom hills and tea estates, the guests will then make their way towards Munnar, a large expanse of land covered in tea plantations, wildlife, valleys, and forests all in one.
Guests will realize why Munnar still continues to be such a popular tourist destination as they visit the Old Munnar Town, the Mattupetty Dam, and the Eravikulam National Park. All these unique places add personality to a town like Munnar. Munnar also hosts a large number of local artisans and guests can always purchase their handmade chocolates or beautiful scented candles. Being a tea district, buying the freshly flushed tea would be a wise investment.
Leaving Munnar will be tough for many but the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary will beckon their wild side. Set against the Periyar Lake, it is a vantage point to spot the amazing biodiversity of Indian wildlife.
How could a trip to Kerala be complete without a stay in a Houseboat? This is why the guests will then be taken to the Vembanad Lake where they will spend the night on a houseboat. Spending time on the houseboat will be an unparalleled adventure while tasting the authentic Keralite cuisines prepared on the boat.
You don’t just visit Kerala, you live through it.