Indian Beach Holiday tours

Indian Beach Holiday tours

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Indian Beach Holidays

Beaches can bring out the best when it comes to holiday on the coast. And when it comes to beach holidays in India, there's no better choice to opt for than the tropical islands of Andaman & Nicobar and the Lakshdweep group of Islands. While most of the fame as far as beaches in India are concerned has been take by the beaches of Goa, still there are numerous other beach sites in India, that may become a second option in a beach tour travel itinerary, but can never take a backseat.

Apart from Goa, some of the major beach holiday destinations in India include the Orissa with its mesmerizing and delightful natural coastal beauty; Kerala the enticing tropical paradise; Andhra Pradesh the unspoiled east coast destination; Tamil Nadu a beautiful hideout of nature and culture; Gujarat presenting a contrast of desert and coast; and Karnataka & Maharashtra with their most picturesque tropical sea shores.
Indian Beach Holidays


Indian Beach Holidays Kerala Beach Tour (6 Days)
Places covered : Kochi - Munnar - Trivandrum - Kovalam - Alleppey
Indian Beach Holidays Exclusive Beach Tour - GOA (5 Days 4 Nights)
Package for Couple – Pick up and drop, stay in three star hotels, welcome
drink, break fast, launch and dinner, all sight seeing with boat cruise.
Indian Beach Holidays India Beach Vacation with Temples (5 Days)
Places covered : Chennai - Mamallapuram (Mahabalipuram) - Chennai
Indian Beach Holidays Exclusive Beach Tour - VIZAG (4 Days 3 Nights)
Package for Couple – Pick up and drop, stay in three star hotels, welcome drink, buffet break fast, buffet launch
and dinner, all sight seeing with araku valley tour by AP tourism.
Indian Beach Holidays Pious Puri Beach Tour (5 Days)
Places covered : Bhubaneswar - Puri - Bhubaneswar
Indian Beach Holidays Peaceful Gopalpur on Sea (3 Days)
Places covered : Bhubaneswar - Gopalpur-on-Sea - Bhubaneswar
Indian Beach HolidaysSpcial Package Tour - ANDAMAN (5 Days 4 Nights)
Places covered : Port Blair. AC accommodation 6000/- without air fare Non AC accommodation

Kochi - Munnar  in visiting places:


Munnar is one of the most popular hill stations in South India.  It is nestled in Western Ghats at an altitude of 6000 ft and is located in Idukki district of Kerala.  This picturesque hill station beckons nature lovers from far and near.

Munnar, Hill Station in Kerala Taken from Wikipedia By kcbimal. Originally from flickr

Large tea plantations, forests, hill ranges, valleys and wildlife makes anyone fall in love with this place. I am going to share 13 places that you should visit (or try to) when you are in Munnar. And if you already visited Munnar recently, then I hope these will make you want to do another trip very soon!

1. Mattupedi Dam

Mattupetty Dam, MunnarMattupetty dam : Aruna at ml.wikipedia

Mattupetty dam and its reservoir  is  located 13 km away from Munnar.  This concrete gravity dam is built between the hill ranges and it is used mainly for water storage for hydroelectric projects. Its reservoir is an idyllic place to enjoy the serene nature. It is also said to be one of the waterholes where the elephants in the region often visit..

2. Mattupedi Dairy Farm

Mattupetty dairy farmMattuppetty Dairy Farm photo By Balu malayali from flickr

Mattupetty is also famous for the Indo-Swiss Farm. This is a highly specialized dairy farm  which comes under Indo-Swiss Livestock Project. Hundreds of high quality cattle are reared here and new varieties are scientifically developed.

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3. Kundala Lake

Kundala Lake, MunnarKundala Lake : by Anoop Joy from flickr

Kundala Lake is an artificial reservoir of a minor arch shaped dam huddled between the mountain ranges. It is about a 20 km drive from Munnar. There is boating facility there..and  don’t forget to go for a Shikara boat ride while you are there!

4. Top Station

Top Station,  Munnar

It is about 40 km from Munnar and it is 1,880 meters above sea level. The panoramic view of the Western Ghats and the valley of Theni from Top station is simply breathtaking. Top station got this name from it’s being the uppermost located railway station on the Kundala Valley Railway.

5. Echo Point

Echo Point, Munnar, KeralaEcho point image: Ruben Joseph

Echo Point  is about 15 km from Munnar. Go there and scream as loud as you can..and wait for a minute. You can hear your echo back! Its quite interesting. If you have kids with you..they will love it. They can experience this natural phenomenon firsthand.

6. Rajamalai (Part of Eravikulam National Park)

Nilgiri Tahr at Rajamala MunnarNilgiri Tahr : by Arun Suresh

Rajamala, part of Eravikulam national park, is located at about 15 kms from Munnar.  This region is the natural habitat of the Nilgiri Tahr (Hemitragas hylocres). It was converted to a national park to provide a safe sanctuary  for the already endangered species of Nilgiri Tahr.

7. Tea Museum

Photos of Kannan Devan Tea Museum, MunnarThis photo of Kannan Devan Tea Museum is courtesy of TripAdvisor

This tea museum is first of its kind in India. It is located at KDHP’s Nullatanni estate in Munnar. The aim of this museum according to its founders is to showcase the growth of more-than-a-century-old tea plantations in this region. Anyone visiting this museum will get a clear  picture of how laborious this tea processing really is.

8. Marayoor Sandalwood Forests Sandalwood forest Marayur

This is located at around 42 kms north of Munnar through the Udumalppetta route. Marayoor is famous of the natural sandalwood forest. Not only that, this place is said to be part of the ancient stone age civilization dated back to 10,000 B.C. Stone age paintings, rock edicts and dolmens found there vouch for this rich heritage.

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9. Attukal Waterfalls

Photos of Attukal Waterfalls, Munnar
This photo of Attukal Waterfalls is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Now this is a scenic waterfalls located between Munnar and Pallivasal. It is just 9 km away from Munnar. But this waterfalls will be in its full glory only after the monsoon (Rainy season). During other seasons, it is just a trickling mountain stream.

10. Blossom Park

pink dahlias at blossom park, munnar
Image by pranav  via flickr

Blossom International Park is about 3 km away from Munnar town and it spreads over 16 acres. It is a peaceful location to enjoy a calm and relaxing nature walk admiring flowers and surrounding green hillside. The park offer many activities for tourists like boating, cycling, roller skating etc.

11. Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary Image by Kerala Tourism via flickr

 Chinnar wildlife sanctuary is about 60 kms from Munnar. It is situated on SH 17 in the Marayoor and Kanthalloor Panchayats of Idukki district. It is an ideal spot for trekking and enjoying wildlife closely. It is the habitat for endangered Grizzled giant squirrel in India. Almost 34 species of mammals including panthers, spotted deers, elephants, tigers can be found here. It is also a bird watchers paradise. 245 species of birds live here!

12. Tea Plantations

Munnar Tea PlantationsImage by Kerala Tourism via flickr

 How can one resist a tea garden tour when you are in Munnar? Rolling hillsides covered with tea plantations is a sight to behold. The lush greenery and the soothing cold wind with a mild aroma of tea leaves totally rejuvenates you.

13. Lakkom Water Falls

Lakkom Waterfalls, Munnar

 This waterfalls is about 25 kms from Munnar on the way to Udumalaipettai. Lakkom waterfalls is part of Eravikulam National Park. The cascading waterfalls and the scenic surroundings makes it tourists favorite hideout in Munnar.

Cochin to Munnar Package Tour is an ideal get awya tothe abode of nature. Endless tea plantations, lush green valleys, beautiful mountains, intriguing flora and fauna, evergreen forests, aroma of spices in the air, Munnar is the a travelers haven of peace and tranquility in God's Own Country. Munnar Packages from Cochin can be booked right here on online. provides various Car Rental deals to Munnar Hillstation and near by tourist places. provides an easy solution to book a car rental for a two days trip from Kochi to Munnar and back. provides Cochi to Munnar Package Tour, Munnar Packages from Cochin at affordable prices.

Trivandrum - Kovalam in visiting places:


Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) district (Kerala, India), holds a number of tourist spots. The entire tourism package of the state such as hill stations, back waters, beaches, lagoons, and wild life sanctuaries are present in Thiruvananthapuram district, reflects the beauty of the state Kerala. Foreign tourists flock to Thiruvananthapuram, a destination for chartered flights to India for Medical tourism, as there are more than hundred recognised Ayurveda centres in and around the city. This is primarily due to Ayurveda's popularity in foreign countries. Medical tourism is further promoted by modern medicine hospitals in the city. Recuperation facilities are available at five star beach resorts and hill stations nearby.

Kovalam is famous for its beaches, among the most pristine in India. Kovalam is extremely popular among westerners due to shallow waters and low tidal waves. It is also one of the oldest tourist enclave in India, which known among tourist circuit right in 1930s. Kovalam shot into limelight in the early seventies with arrivals of the masses of hippies. That started the transformation of a casual fishing village of Kerala into one of the most important tourist destinations in all India- the Kovalam beach.
Kovalam was brought to the public eye by Her Highness The Queen of Travancore Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bai decided to build a palace for herself at a rock top near the beach, as her private residence better known as Haylcon Castle. Later, in 1936, the next Queen, HH Karthika Thirunal choose this palace for her honeymoon with her newly wed husband, 1st Prince GV Raja. It was Prince G.V Raja who found immense tourist potentiality of the region and decided promote the region among state guests, by inviting Thomas Cook & Sons- UK to develop the region.

The Maharaja of Travancore soon started hosting regular state banquets and accommodation of his European guests in Kovalam Haylcon Palace. This made the beach popular among European families living in nearby Madras and Bombay Presidencies as well as elite Travancore families to spend their holidays. Thus, the move helped to lay foundations of modern tourism industry in South India. Post independent India, the beach was popular among Indians and few tourists. It was 1970s, the hippie culture helped to revive the beach, with vast influx of tourists, spending their wild holidays here. When Kerala government thought of making tourism as a major industry, towards 1990s, Kovalam was the first tourist destination to be highlighted and promoted. Today its an intentionally renowned beach.
Kovalam has 3 major beaches in its 17 km coastline. The southernmost, known as the Lighthouse Beach is the most popular of the three. Many hotels, restaurants, lodges and shops are located here. It is frequented by outsiders who stay and enjoy Kovalam.
The Northern most crescent, (with the different names Main Beach/Leela Beach/Samudra Beach) - is crowded on weekends, is very popular with the locals, day-travelers, and passing-by tourist buses. During the week it's quiet. Hawa Beach inbetween is among one of the beaches in India where top-less sunbathing is tolerated and well appreciated by the locals. The tourism department provides a vigilant life guard service on both Lighthouse and Hawa beach.
Note that many tourists in Kovalam are between the ages of 40 and 60 years young. Those expecting a replica of Goa will be pleasantly surprised by the more relaxed atmosphere, a bit more laid back, the food a touch softer and lighter.

Alleppey in visiting places:


Alappuzha (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) , also known as Alleppey, is a city in Alappuzha District of Kerala state of southern India.It is the administrative headquarters of Alappuzha District.This town is considered to be the oldest planned town in this region and the lighthouse built on the coast of the town is the first of its kind along the Arabian coast (reference encyclopaedia of Kerala in Malayalam language). As per 2001 census Alappuzha is the sixth largest city in Kerala with an urban population of 177,029.[1] Alappuzha is situated 62 kilometres (39 mi) to the south of Kochi and 155 kilometres (96 mi) north of Trivandrum. A town with picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons, it was described as the one of the places known as "Venice of the East" by Lord Curzon. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Hindi, English and Tamil are also widely spoken in the town.
Alappuzha is an important tourist destination in India.The Backwaters of Alappuzha are the most popular tourist attraction in Kerala. A houseboat cruise in these backwaters is a delightful experience. It connects Kumarakom and Cochin towards north and Quilon to the South. Alappuzha is also the access point for the annual Nehru Trophy Boat Race, held on the Punnamada Lake, near Alappuzha, held on the second Saturday of August every year, is the most competitive and popular of the boat races in India. The mullackal chirap is also one of the attractions of Allapuzha which is the festive season held ten colourful days every year in the month of December.
Other attractions in Alappuzha are Alappuzha Beach, offering one of the most beautiful views of the Arabian Sea, Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple, Mannarasala Temple, Chettikulangara Devi Temple, Haripad Subrahmanya Swamy Temple, Mullakkal Temple, Edathua Church, Alappuzha CSI Christ Church (oldest Anglican church in Kerala) and Champakulam Valia Palli. Krishnapuram Palace[6] also attracts many tourists. The tasty ambalappuzha payasam is a popular dessert.
Coir is the most important commodity manufactured in Alappuzha.[7] The Coir Board was established by the Central Government under the provisions of the Coir Industry Act, 1955. There is also a Coir Research Institute functioning at Kalavoor.


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