4D Munnar-Alleppey Houseboat Tour with Hotel Stay, Daily Breakfast, Sightseeing, All Transfers and Taxes

4D Munnar-Alleppey Houseboat Tour with Hotel Stay, Daily Breakfast, Sightseeing, All Transfers and Taxes

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Package Price Includes :

  • Accommodation in below mentioned hotels
  • Daily breakfast in all the hotels
  • 2 days / 1 night stay in Deluxe AC houseboat
  • Flower bed arrangement in the houseboat
  • Candle light dinner with wedding cake in the houseboat
  • Lunch, Dinner, Tea and breakfast in the houseboat
  • Pickup and drop from airport / railway station
  • Sightseeing as per the package
  • All transportation in AC Indica car with English / Hindi speaking driver cum guide
  • Fuel, toll, parking fee and driver allowance
  • Applicable taxes
  • No Hidden Charges

4 Days Tour: Munnar-Alleppey Houseboat

Day 1:- Cochin / Munnar

Arrive Cochin Airport / Railway Station. Our representative will meet you and proceed to Munnar (Approx. 143KM) On the way see Valara, Cheeyappara waterfalls, Karadippara view point. Check in to hotel, spent rest of the evening relaxing in the hotel.
Day 2:- Munnar
After breakfast at hotel, visit the popular Eravikulam National Park to view Nilgiri Tahr (rare mountain goats). Visit Tea gardens, Mattupetty Reservoir, Kundala Dam and Tea Museum. You will also visit echo point where one can clearly hear their loud voice echoing within the reservoir. Rest of the day you can spend on your own holiday activities enjoying the wonderful beauty of Munnar hill station. Overnight stay will be at the hotel.
Day 3:- Alleppey Houseboat
Post breakfast depart to Alleppey (approx. 185KM) for houseboat. On this cruise you can enjoy beautiful villages, paddy fields, small churches, temples and day-to-day life of village people. Enjoy the Authentic Kerala food and backwaters of Alleppey. Overnight stay at Houseboat.
Day 4:- Cochin
Checkout from Houseboat at 9AM and proceed to Cochin (approx. 60KM), drop you in Airport / Railway station for your onward journey.
About Munnar and Alleppey
Munnar is a hill station on the Western Ghats, a range of mountains situated in the Idukki district of the Indian state of Kerala. The name Munnar is believed to mean "three rivers",  referring to the town's strategic location at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers.
Alappuhza, also known as Alleppey, is a city in Alappuzha District of Kerala state of southern India.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,
Home to the amazing attractions and all time acceptable acute conditions, Kerala is the lot of visited destination anchored at south-western arena of India. Here one can experiene the incomparable beauty of nature,  from the aerial mountains covered with affluent spices, to the absolute backwaters, palm-fringed beaches, wildlife parks and ranges of floras and faunas. 
Renting a houseboat could be one of your most unique experiences in India. Drifting through quiet canals lined with coconut palms, eating deliciously authentic Keralan food, meeting local villagers and sleeping on the water under a galaxy of stars - it's a world away from the clamour of India.
Village Tours
Village tours usually involve small groups of five to six people, a knowledgeable guide and an open canoe or covered kettuvallam.  On such a tour you can watch coir-making, boat building, toddy (palm beer) tapping and fish farming, and on the longer trips a traditional Keralan lunch is provided.
Matha Amrithanandamayi Mission
Matha Amrithanandamayi Mission is the incongruously pink ashram of Matha Amrithanandamayi. One of India’s few female
gurus, Amrithanandamayi is also known as Amma (Mother), or ‘The Hugging Mother, ’ because of the darshan (blessing) she practises, often hugging thousands of people in marathon all-night sessions.
The beach is about 2km west of the city centre; it's a nice, shaded walk, but there's no shelter at the beach itself and swimming is dangerous.

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