Kerala Wildlife Tour Package
Kerala is the strip of land between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea where the soil flirts unabashedly with the perfect climate, glowing up the ambience of the place.
DAY 1: Cochin
The land of spindly river networks, lagoons, infinite number of coconut groves and rice paddies, Kerala has an exotic wildlife thriving in the hills. People, who are seeking for something more than just the smell of cardamom, must come here at least once.
Reach Cochin airport and there you will find our representatives waiting for you to assist you through your tour. Cochin has been beguiling traders and wanderers for years and pays homage to its extensive colonial past.
We will show you the synagogue of the 16th century, the Dutch Palace,few ancient mosques, few Portuguese houses and the gigantic Chinese fishing nets.
Overnight stay will be in the hotel.
DAY 2: Cochin – Thekkady
In the morning start for Thekkady, also known as Periyar. It’s well known for the famous wildlife sanctuary. Encompassing an area of about 777 sq. kms, this sanctuary is a home of bison, langur, wild boar, elephants and tigers. We can assure you that you will enjoy the exotic scenery, a jungle walk and the lake cruise.
Spend the night in the hotel at Thekkady.
DAY 3: Thekkady
Devote the whole day in the local tour of Thekkady including the wildlife sanctuary, the artificial lake of Periyar, Mangala Devi Temple, etc.
When you are finished with the tour in the evening, retire to your hotel for the night stay.
DAY 4: Thekkady – Kumarakom
In the morning, leave for Kumarakom, a small village in Kottayam District. It’s a tiny backwater village and the abode of variegated flora and fauna. Here, we will show you the famous Kumarakom bird sanctuary. The largest backwater lake of Kerala and the home of many freshwater fishes, the Vembanand Lake is here. Overall, you will have a nice stay in Kumarakom.
Night stay will be in the hotel.
DAY 5: Kumarakom – Alleppey
After having the meal in the morning, proceed to Alleppey in a boat cruise. It will take 24 hours to reach. It’s worth stopping by this ‘slice of VENICE’ to get a grip on the tropical village life. Here, you can take a stroll in the beach which is 2 kms from the centre city.
You can visit the Matha Amrithanandamayi Mission which is the ashram of the very few female Indian Gurus, Amrithanandamayi. Rest, you can trail through the backwaters of the village enjoying the scenic beauty through the Chinese fishing boats, shady canals, coconut fibre (coir), dried coconut meat (copra), etc are loaded on to the boats.
Spend the night in a house boat.
DAY 6: Alleppey – Cochin
In the morning, leave the house boat as you will possibly reach Cochin by then. Take a taxi to the airport from where you can catch a flight back to home.