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Kerala Tour Package from Mumbai Pune - 7 Days

Kerala Tour Package from Mumbai Pune
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Kerala Tour Package From Mumbai Pune is an ideal option for holidaymakers to enjoy beautiful forest reserves, hills, lakes, Beaches and temples. Kerala, known as “God’s own Country”, the most lovely place and prominent tourism destination in the world. From adventurous hikes to tranquil meditation, each hour of your day here, will be filled with wonderful things to do.

This 7 days tour package starts from Cochin and take you to explore Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey houseboat, Kovalam and end at Trivendrum. If you are a traveller looking for fun and some relaxing time surrounded by nature, then make a plan to visit Kerala, the must-explore place in your lifetime. Get special discount on summer & winter tour packages.

Why book this package with us?

Global World Tour and Travels designed Kerala Tour packages keeping your every need in mind as we carefully choose the places to visit and experiences to offer. We also customized holidays offer the perfect escape to unique destinations along with exclusive experiences. From family vacation to honeymoon, from a trip with friends to solo travel, we have a Kerala holiday package that fits your preference just right!

Kerala Tour Package From Mumbai Pune: Highlights

  • A shorter duration honeymoon special tour to the “God’s own country”
  • Gaze at the view of enchanting mist-clad, fragrant tea gardens
  • Visit the scenic Echo point
  • Experience the night stay at Alleppey Houseboat
  • Enjoy the spectacular views of Kovalam beach
Day 1
Day 1: Arrival at Cochin - Munnar (125 km / 4 hrs)

You will be arriving at Cochin railway station or airport. Shake hands with our representative and get assistance throughout the tour. On the way enjoy amazing destinations including Cheyyappara & Valara waterfalls and endless tea plantations etc… After reaching Munnar, you can relax for rest of the day till you have a cosy sleep at the hotel in Munnar

Day 2
Day 2: Munnar sightseeing

After breakfast from the hotel. The destinations covered will be lover's paradise, flower garden, honeybee tree, photo point, Mattupetty & Kundala dam, Anamudy hills, Echo Point, Iravikulam National Park and Blossom Park. Stay comfortable in the hotel at the end of the day.

Day 3
Day 3: Munnar - Thekkady (90 km / 3 hrs)

Have your breakfast and check out from the hotel. Then you will be proceeding to Thekkady On arrival, relax. in the hotel for rest of the day after checking in In Thekkady you will be visiting Periyar Tiger Reserve and Periyar lake, Activities that can be done here include Periyar jungle safari and lake boating Stay will be in the hotel here at night.

Day 4
Day 4: Thekkady/Periyar – Alleppey House Boat (140 km / 4-5 hrs)

Proceed to Alleppey after checking out Immerse in natural bliss by spending 21 pleasing hours in Alleppey house boat Experience the visual treat of endless paddy fields, mesmerizing backwaters, unsullied villages, lined coconut trees and great Vembanadu. You will also get snacks, drinks, lunch as well as dinner in the houseboat. Stay in the houseboat at night.

Day 5
Day 5: Alleppey House Boat – Kovalam (160 km / 4.5 hrs)

Have your breakfast and leave Alleppey proceed to Kovalam. Beauty here can be enjoyed at its best in the evening. Howah Beach, light house Beach and Ashoka beaches here will surely impress you. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 6
Day 6: Kovalam - Trivendrum - Kovalam

After breakfast, proceed to Trivandrum Destinations covered will be Padmanabha swami temple, Kuthira Malika palace museum, zoological park and Sri Chitra art gallery. Drive back to Kovalam and explore its evening beauty. Stay at hotel ends the day.

Day 7
Day 7: Kovalam - Trivendrum/Cochin airport

After breakfast, proceed to Trivandrum Destinations covered will be Padmanabha swami temple, Kuthira Malika palace museum, zoological park and Sri Chitra art gallery. Drive back to Kovalam and explore its evening beauty. Stay at hotel ends the day.

Package Inclusions

  • 2 nights accommodation in Munnar on twin sharing basis
  • 1 nights accommodation in Thekkady on twin sharing basis
  • 1 nights accommodation in Alleppey House boat on twin sharing basis
  • 2 nights accommodation in Kovalam on twin sharing basis
  • Pickup as well as drop at bus stand, airport or railway station
  • Breakfast & Dinner
  • Fuel charge, Driver Bata, toll fees, vehicle parking fees, road tax and interstate charges
  • For packages including houseboats, check in time will be 12 pm and cruise will be till 6PM. NB: In case of A/C Houseboat, A/C will be functioning from 9 PM to 6 AM only.
  • Houseboat eateries include welcome drink, mineral water, tea, snacks, breakfast, lunch, dinner, etc.
  • All touring, land and inter hotel transfer
  • All tour and sightseeing cover by private vehicle
  • Mumbai to Cochin return airfare

Package Exclusions

  • Any train fare
  • Boating fees and entry charges to amusement parks
  • Portage fees at hotels and airports, telephone charges, insurance, tips, mineral water, wine, and other personal items.
  • Activities mentioned as optional in the itinerary will be charged.
  • Mandatory Gala Dinner on New Year and X'mas (if applicable) will be charged.
  • NB: Rooms in hill stations like Munnar and Thekkady will be non-AC unless it is specifically mentioned.
  • GST
HotelPlaceNight
Forest Heaven ResortMunnar2
Periyar MeadowsThekkady1
DLX House BoatAlleppy1
Pappukutty Beach ResortKovalam2

Best Time to Visit Kerala

The best time to visit Kerala is during September to March, when the weather is pleasant, making it easy for tourists to explore the myriad facets of the state - the hill stations, beaches and backwaters. The best time to visit backwaters in Kerala is the winter season, which is from November through February.

 

How to reach Kerala from Mumbai

By Air: Planning to catch a Mumbai to Kerala flight? It is a great option since the prices are mostly cheap enough, and the travel duration is way lesser than by train or road. The standard Mumbai to Kerala flight time is around 2 hours or so, covering nearly 1,290 kms. It is the most popular option by far.

 

By Rail: The Mumbai to Kerala train travel time is around 25 hours, and it takes you along scenic routes. There are several trains that go from Mumbai to Kerala, with fares ranging from cheap to standard.

 

By Road: Travelling from Mumbai to Kerala by road is not a very popular option because it takes nearly 24 hours to traverse the 1290 kms from Mumbai to Kerala. Although the roads are well maintained, not many people take up this option.

 

Places to visit in Kerala

Alleppey – Alappuzha

Alleppey is situated along with the Arabian coast of Alappuzha District and offers backwaters, beaches and lagoons tourism. Alappuzha District is one of the major tourist destination apart from backwaters it offers long paddy fields. The paddy fields are grown every year below the sea level and its one of the major attractions in Kuttanad along with backwaters and Boat services.

 

Munnar – Hill Station

Munnar is the famous hill station in Kerala situated at the confluence of the three rivers Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly. It is located on the western ghats range in the Idukki district and famous as the major tea plantations region. Tea plantations,Dense forests, valleys,green mountains and flora and fauna makes Munnar as one of the best romantic honeymoon destination in India.

 

Wayanad – Kalpetta

The district of Wayanad is located in the north-east of Kerala on the on the high altitudes of majestic Western Ghats. Wayanad is one of the least explore area of Kerala and major portion are tribal habitat. District of Wayanad is full of attractions with Mountains Peaks, Rivers, lakes and waterfall. Meenmutty Falls a three-tiered waterfall with a height of 300 metres is located in Kalpetta.

 

Kochi – Port City

Kochi earlier known as Cochin is a port city of Kerala located at west coast of India in the Arabian Sea. Kochi is the part of district of Ernakulam, the eastern part of the mainland of Kochi and they both are called as twin cities. The city of Kochi is home to Port of Kochi, Indian Navy, Indian Coast Guard and other major chemical industries. City of Kochi is the best tourist destination in Kerala and sixth best in India. Kochi Marine Drive and Kochi Harbour, Jain temple in Mattancherry are few famous Spot to visit around the city.

 

Kozhikode – Calicut

Kozhikode is known as Calicut located in the southwest coast of Kerala and bordered by Kannur, Wayanad,Malappuram and Arabian Sea. Calicut is the place where Vasco da Gama lands and among the territories ceded to the British East India Company by Tipu Sultan of Mysore. The city known as City of Spices and famous for its many temples and mosques along with other attractions like Thusharagiri Falls, Kuttiyadi Dam and Sea port.

 

Thrissur – Pooram

Thrissur is known as cultural capital of Kerala situated at the central of in Thrissur District. The city host many cultural, spiritual and religious festival of the state, Thrissur Pooram festival is the most colorful and spectacular among them. Puli Kali also known as Tiger dance is one of the most popular folk art performed here during Onam festival.

 

Kannur – Drive in Beach

Kannur or Cannanore means the land of Lord Krishna, is a city located in the District of Kannur on the North Malabar region of Kerala. The city is famous for its Theyyam art,pristine beaches and Adventure Tourism. Muzhappilangad Drive-in Beach is the most popular beach here and only one Drive-in Beach in Asia, other beaches are Payyamballam, Meenkunnu and Ezhara beaches.

 

Thekkady – Periyar

Thekkady is important tourist destination in Kerala located in the famous the Periyar National Park. The Periyar National Park is home to a large number of Indian elephants,lion-tailed Macaques,Nilgiri Langurs, Indian bison and Bengal Tigers. Mullaperiyar Dam is situated around the area on the Periyar River and formed an artificial lake for Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.

 

Thiruvananthapuram – Trivandrum

The capital of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram is situated west coast of India and bordered by Tiruneveli,Kollam and Kanyakumari. Thiruvananthapuram is a Evergreen city of India and also considered as one of the 10 greenest cities in India. The largest city of Kerala is an IT hub and home to several educational institutes,Napier Museum and Research Laboratory.

 

Kollam – Backwaters

Kollam is also a seaport city on the banks Ashtamudi Lake, known for cashew processing and coir manufacturing. The ancient city of Quilon known as best seafood export hubs in India, Cashew Capital of the World and Ashtamudi Lake backwaters destination in Kerala.

 

Kumarakom – Kottayam

Kumarakom is most popular tourist spot located near the Kottayam city and famous for its houseboat in backwaters of Vembanad Lake. Vembanad Lake is the largest freshwater lake of Kerala and longest lake in India. Kumarakom is a famous Bird Sanctuary and home to a wide variety of local and migratory birds.

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