Kerala Serendipity Tour Package

7N Munnar-2N, Thekkady-1N, Alleppey-1N, Kovalam-2N, Kanyakumari-1N
from/per person  15,999

Kerala is the southern most state of India. The name Keralam is believed to have been origined from the word “kera” and “alam”. Kera means coconut and alam means land or location – Thus it is meant by “The Land Of Coconut Trees”. It was a part of “Thamizhagam” (present Tamil Nadu) which covered the then Chola, Chera and Pandya region. The music, dance and language of Kerala are same to that can be seen in rest of Thamizhagom. The arrival of Vasco da Gama, coming of foreign traders and invation by Portuguese defined a new cultural heritage in its people.

The mother tongue of Kerala is Malayalam and the natives are known as Malayalees. It is believed that Parasurama is the creator of Kerala. He converted a portion of sea into land by throwing his axe.

Kerala has a rich cultural heritage. Its diverse culture is influenced by three main religions of Hinduism, Christianity and Islam. Exquisite sculptures, music and dance forms can be seen in the historic development of Kerala’s cultural traditions. The traditions of Kathakali and Mohiniattam are highly developed art forms that have developed from their folk origins into highly evolved classical dance forms. Kathakali is a 300-year-old dance form developed exclusively in Kerala combining the performing art forms of opera, ballet, masque, and pantomime. The dance is a beautiful blending of color, dance, music, drama, and expressions. In a sense, a lot of the fame that the state has gained is mainly due to the popularity of this dance form. Other dance forms of Kerala are Krishnanattom, Mohiniyattom, Thullal, Koodiyattom, Kolkkali, Thiruvathirakali, Kakkarishi Natakom, Oppanna, and Chavittunatakom. Panchavadyam, Nadanpattu, Omanathinkal Kidavo and many more music forms have evolved over the centuries in Kerala.

  • Cochin- Munnar (130 Km/ 3 Hours 48 min)

    Arrive at Cochin Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station and enjoy a four-hour drive to Munnar. Admire the spice plantations and Valara or Cheeyappara Falls. Check in at the hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Revel an overnight stay in Munnar.

  • Munnar Sightseeing

    Get ready early in the morning to enjoy a full day sightseeing tour of Munnar and visit Nursery Garden, Echo Point, Mattupetty Dam or Lake, Rajamalai (Eravikulam) National Park, which is famed for Nilgiri Tahr, Photo Point, Anamudi Peak, which is South India’s highest peak and Tata Tea Museum. In the evening, take a visit to spice/tea trailing at Munnar. Overnight stay is arranged at the hotel in Munnar.

  • Munnar – Thekkady (92 km / 2 hours and 58 minutes)

    Head on to Thekkady in the morning and enjoy the Cardamom Hills of Kerala. Enjoy your journey by admiring the mist capped mountains, spice plantations and open grasslands lined with waterfalls and trekking trails. Then check in at the hotel and refresh yourself. Later, enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour of Thekkady and enjoy a boat safari on the Periyar Lake through Periyar Tiger Reserve. In the evening, have a glimpse of the Spice Market in Kumili Village and have a happy overnight stay at the hotel in Thekkady.

  • Thekkady – Alleppey (137 km / 3 hours and 39 minutes)

    Proceed to Alleppey in the morning, which is a village along the Vembanad Lake. Feel refreshed with the view of the backwaters, swaying palms, and floating houseboats. Upon arrival, check in at Kettuvallam, a famous Kerala Houseboat. Savour your lunch on the houseboat as you cruise through the unique lakes, lagoons, canals and river. Take a visit to paddy fields in Kuttanad region and enjoy an overnight at houseboat in Alleppey.

  • Alleppey – Kovalam (158 km / 2 hours 57 minutes)

    In the morning, enjoy travelling from the houseboat at the boat jetty and proceed to Kovalam. Admire the true beauty of Kerala at Kovalam, where you can witness the boundless blue grace of the Arabian Sea. After your arrival, check in at the hotel and enjoy an overnight stay in Kovalam.

  • Trivandrum Sightseeing

    Take a visit to Padmanabha Swami Temple and Kovalam Beach in the evening. Kovalam offers backwaters, green landscapes, coconut palms and beaches. Have a relaxing overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Kovalam – Kanyakumari (82 km / 2 hours and 21 minutes)

    Proceed to Kanyakumari, where you can witness the confluence of three oceans, Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal. On the way, take a visit to Padmanabhapuram Palace and Suchindrum Temple. After arrival, check in at the hotel. Later, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Kanyakumari and visit Swami Vivekananda Memorial, Triveni Sangam and Thiruvalluvar Statue. In the evening, admire the sunset view and enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel in Kanyakumari.

  • Departure from Trivandrum

    Proceed to Trivandrum and travel to Trivandrum Airport or Railway Station for your journey back home

DAY 1 Cochin- Munnar (130 Km/ 3 Hours 48 min)

DAY 2 Munnar Sightseeing

DAY 3 Munnar – Thekkady (92 km / 2 hours and 58 minutes)

DAY 4 Thekkady – Alleppey (137 km / 3 hours and 39 minutes)

DAY 5 Alleppey – Kovalam (158 km / 2 hours 57 minutes)

DAY 6 Trivandrum Sightseeing

DAY 7 Kovalam – Kanyakumari (82 km / 2 hours and 21 minutes)

DAY 8 Departure from Trivandrum

Munnar Bella Vista Resort / Similar

Thekkady Thekkady Woods / Similar

Alleppey Deluxe Houseboat

Kovalam Samudratheeram Beach Resort / Similar

Kanyakumari Hotel Sea View / Similar


  • Breakfast
  • Wi-Fi
  • AC


  • 06 Nights Accommodation In Hotels.
  • 01 Night Accommodation In Houseboat.
  • Daily Breakfast In Hotels.
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner In Houseboat.
  • All Transfer & Sightseeing By A/c Indica.
  • Parking / Toll / Driver Bata / Fuel Cost.


  • Early check in/Late check out
  • 4.5% G.S.T Extra
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion above

plane-icon FLIGHT

Air India
AI 102


2h 10m | Non Stop


Air India
AI 314


2h 5m | Non Stop