Munnar to Alleppey: 4 Days in Kerala Paradise 

4 Days


Kerala awaits! This whirlwind tour whisks you through Kerala’s diverse landscapes, from the misty hill stations of Munnar to the wildlife-rich jungles of Thekkady and finally, the serene backwaters of Alleppey. Immerse yourself in lush greenery, encounter captivating wildlife, and unwind on a traditional houseboat in just 4 days.


Arrive in Munnar and check into your hotel.
Afternoon: Explore Munnar's captivating scenery. Visit Echo Point for an acoustic phenomenon and soak in the panoramic views from Pothamedu Viewpoint.
Optional: Take a walk through a sprawling tea plantation or visit the Tea Museum to understand the history and production process.
Evening: Relax and enjoy the cool mountain air.

Morning: Embark on a wildlife safari in Eravikulam National Park. Keep your eyes peeled for the elusive Nilgiri Tahr and other native species.
Afternoon: Explore the spice plantations and learn about the various spices that Kerala is famous for. You might even get a chance to try some fresh spices!
Optional: Visit Mattupetty Dam, a scenic spot perfect for a leisurely stroll or boat ride (own expense).

Morning: Check out of your Munnar hotel and drive to Thekkady (approximately 3 hours).
Afternoon: Take a thrilling boat ride on Periyar Lake, a haven for diverse wildlife like tigers, elephants, and birds.
Optional: Enjoy a rejuvenating Ayurvedic massage or explore the local markets for souvenirs.

Morning: Drive to Alleppey (approximately 4 hours) and board your traditional houseboat.
Unwind as you cruise along the picturesque backwaters, witnessing the unique ecosystem and charming villages.
Savor delicious Keralan cuisine onboard the houseboat and soak in the serenity of the surroundings.
Depending on your departure time, disembark from the houseboat and transfer to the airport/ train station for your onward journey.

Day 5 :
What is the best time to visit Kerala?

  • The winter season (September to March) is generally considered the best time with pleasant weather and less humidity. However, the monsoon season (June to August) can also be appealing for those who enjoy lush greenery and don’t mind the rain.

How fit do I need to be for this tour?

  • The activities on this tour are generally easy to moderate. There will be some walking involved, so comfortable shoes are essential.

What currency is used in Kerala?

  • The Indian Rupee (INR) is the official currency used in Kerala.

What type of accommodation is included?

  • This itinerary doesn’t include specific accommodations. You can choose hotels/homestays/resorts based on your budget and preferences.

Are there options for upgrading my accommodation?

  • Absolutely! Many options are available to suit your comfort level.

Do I need a visa to visit India?

  • Visa requirements depend on your nationality. Research visa requirements well in advance of your trip.

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