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Tour Details

 Durations : 3 Night / 4 Days
This hill station in Kerala is famous for its lush green slopes covered with tea and spice plantations. Munnars greenery and quiet ambience provides a relaxing getaway for a traveler. Tourists can enjoy nature walks and treks along the hill slopes, as well as adventure activities such as hang gliding and paragliding. The tour to spice plantations and spice markets - where pepper, vanilla and cashew are sold are quite interesting. If youre a wildlife enthusiast, the sight of the rare Nilgiri Tahr, seen in these hills, is an additional tourist attraction in Munnar.
 
 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Cochin – Munnar (135km/5 hr drive approximately)
Upon arrival at Cochin Airport, board the vehicle and proceed to Munnar. On arrival, check in at the hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure to explore Munnar. This hill station in Kerala is famous for its lush green slopes covered with tea and spice plantations. Munnars greenery and quiet ambience provides a relaxing getaway for a traveler. Tourists can enjoy nature walks and treks along the hill slopes, as well as adventure activities such as hang gliding and paragliding. The tour to spice plantations and spice markets - where pepper, vanilla and cashew are sold are quite interesting. If youre a wildlife enthusiast, the sight of the rare Nilgiri Tahr, seen in these hills, is an additional tourist attraction in Munnar. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 2:
Munnar
After breakfast at the hotel, proceed for a full day sightseeing tour. Return to the hotel in the evening for overnight stay.

Day 3:
Munnar - Kochi (135 kms / 5 hrs drive approximately)
After breakfast, drive to Cochin. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel. Kochi (colonial name Cochin) is a vibrant city situated on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as Gods Own Country. Its strategic importance is known over the centuries and it is informally referred to as the ‘Gateway to Kerala’. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 4:
Departure
After breakfast proceed for Cochin Airport to board the return flight.

 
 Package Price
Rs. 16,799/- *
USD 319.932/- *
EUR 242.505/- *
GBP 198.331/- *
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 Destination

Munnar
This hill station in Kerala is famous for its lush green slopes covered with tea and spice plantations. Munnars greenery and quiet ambience provides a relaxing getaway for a traveler. Tourists can enjoy nature walks and treks along the hill slopes, as well as adventure activities such as hang gliding and paragliding. The tour to spice plantations and spice markets - where pepper, vanilla and cashew are sold are quite interesting. If youre a wildlife enthusiast, the sight of the rare Nilgiri Tahr, seen in these hills, is an additional tourist attraction in Munnar.

 
 Package Inclusion
  • Sightseeing.
  • Buffet Breakfast.
  • Hotel Accommodation.
  • Airport Transfers.
  • 03 nights accommodation on twin/double sharing basis at the mentioned hotels or similar.
  • All transfers and sightseeing by air-conditioned vehicle as per the above itinerary.
  • Road taxes, parking fee, fuel charges, and interstate taxes.
  • (Not valid for travel during peak period from December 10, 2011 till January 10, 2012).
 
 Package Exclusion
  • 2.58 government service tax extra.
  • Any airfare.
  • Personal expenses such as tipping, laundry, telephone / fax calls, alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax ,etc.
  • Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Entrance fees at all monuments/ sightseeing places.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary / stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, and roadblocks and / or any factors beyond control.
 
 Cancellation Policy
  • Advance Booking Fee
  • 30 or more days before departure: Rs 5000 per person.
  • 30-15 days before departure:50 of total amount.
  • Less than 15 days before departure: 100 of the total amount.

    If You Cancel Your Holiday
    You, or any member of your party, may cancel their travel arrangements at any time. Written notification or an e-mail to that effect from the person who made the booking must be received at our offices. The applicable cancellation charges are as per the published cancellation policy below.
    The applicable cancellation charges are as per the published cancellation policy below:

    Cancellation charges per person
  • Prior to 30 days or more: Booking Fee
  • Between 30-20 days ahead of departure: 50 percent of tour cost
  • Between 20-15 days of departure: 75 percent of tour cost
  • 15 days to date of departure: 100 percent.
  • In case of no show: 100 percent.

    *The above may vary based on any specific cancellation charges as charged by the third party service provider.

    If We Change or Cancel Your Holiday
  • We do plan the arrangements in advance. It is unlikely that we will have to make any changes to your travel arrangements. Occasionally, we may have to make changes and we reserve the right to do so at any time. If there are any changes, we will advise you of them at the earliest possible date. We also reserve the right in any circumstances to cancel your travel arrangements by assigning reasons to you.
  • If we are unable to provide the booked travel arrangements due to reasons beyond our control (for instance, bad weather)
  • we shall first try to offer you alternative dates for the tour if the tour hasnt already commenced
  • If the tour has already commenced, then we shall refund the booking price/fee charged from you on a pro-rata basis depending on portion of the tour standing utilized by you
  • In all circumstances, however, our liability shall be limited refunding to you the price we charged as the tour fees.
 
 Remarks
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
 

Destination Information

ABOUT THE TERRITORY:
Kerala or Keralam is an Indian state located on the Malabar Coast of southwest India. The States Reorganisation Act created it on 1 November 1956 by combining various Malayalam speaking regions. The state has an area of 38,863 km2 (15,005 sq mi) and is bordered by Karnataka to the north and northeast, Tamil Nadu to the south and southeast and the Arabian Sea on the west. The city of Thiruvananthapuram is the state capital. Kochi and Kozhikode are other major cities. According to a survey by The Economic Times, five out of ten best cities to live in India are located in Kerala. . Kerala is a popular tourist destination for its backwaters, yoga, Ayurvedic treatments and tropical greenery. Kerala is wedged between the Lakshadweep Sea and the Western Ghats. Kerala is abundant in greenery and nature.

The eastern Kerala region consists of high mountains, gorges and deep-cut valleys immediately west of the Western Ghats' rain shadow. Forty-one of Kerala’s west-flowing rivers, and three of its east-flowing ones originate in this region. The Western Ghats form a wall of mountains interrupted only near Palakkad, where the Palakkad Gap breaks through to provide access to the rest of India. The Western Ghats rises on average to 1,500 m (4920 ft) above sea level, while the highest peaks may reach to 2,500 m (8200 ft). Anamudi is the highest peak at an elevation of 2,695 metres (8,842 ft). Just west of the mountains lie the midland plains comprising central Kerala, dominated by rolling hills and valleys. Generally ranging between elevations of 250–1,000 m (820–3300 ft), the eastern portions of the Nilgiri and Palni Hills include such formations as Agastya Mala and Anamala.

RELIGION:
Kerala is not only diverse in its geography and climatic conditions, but also in the religious faith. The state has people belonging to different communities and religions, living in harmony. The predominant religions followed in Kerala are Hinduism, Islam and Christianity. Apart from these religions, there is considerable population of people belonging to the Buddhism, Jainism and Judaism. The different religions in Kerala have influenced the culture of the state. There are a number of temples present in the state, which are famous for their annual festivals. The state also is home to considerable number of mosques and churches.

Hinduism:
Apart from being the third largest religion in the world, Hinduism is also one of the main religions followed in Kerala. Nearly half of the population of Kerala comprises of Hindus. The state contains a long list of ancient and sacred temples dedicated to different Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Nambudiri, Nair, Ezhava, and other Dalit castes form the major population of Hindus in Kerala.

Islam:
It is believed that of Islam set its foot in India through Kerala. The Arabs of the Middle East came here for trade and settled here at the coastal areas. Kerala has the oldest mosque in the country. Majority of the Muslim population lives in the coastal areas of central and southern Kerala, especially in Malappuram district.

Christianity:
It is believed by the Syrian Christians that St. Thomas visited Kerala in 52 AD and established 7 churches in the region. In 3rd and 4th centuries, a large number of Jewish Christians from Middle East came to the state. Portuguese who arrived in 15th century introduced Latin rites. Few centuries later, missionary movement during British rule brought Protestantism. At present, there are five different branches of Christianity in Kerala.

Buddhism:
It is believed that Buddhism flourished in Kerala during the period of 650-850 AD. There are various ancient statues and idols in the state showing the importance of Buddhism in Kerala. However after 8th century, the religion started fading and completely disappeared by 11th century. There is significant impact of Buddhism in temples of Kerala where we can see the influences of Buddhist art and literature.

Jainism:
Chandragupta Maurya brought Jainism to the south in 3rd century BC. There is an ancient Jain temple known as Jainmedu in Vadakkanthara village, near Palakkad. Currently, Jainism is restricted to only a small population of Kerala, which mainly consist of Marwari business community settled in Kochi and Calicut.

Judaism:
It is believed that spice traders brought Judaism to Kerala, in 7th century. According to Jews of Cochin, following the destruction of Second Temple of Jerusalem, a considerable population of Jews relocated themselves to Kerala. With passing of centuries, the population of Jews decreased considerably and at present, there are only few hundred Jews left in Kerala.

CULTURE:
Kerala's culture is derived from both a Tamil-heritage region known as Tamilakam and southern coastal Karnataka. Later, Kerala's culture was elaborated upon through centuries of contact with neighboring and overseas cultures.
God's own country, Kerala also pride itself for its repertoire of rich cultural heritage. Kerala holds a place of honors among the people of India who have enriched Indian Cultural Heritage and helped the cause of national integration. Kerala's culture is in fact, an integral part of Indian culture. Kerala is a great place to tour to during your holidays.

The cultural heritage of Kerala is also revealed in its varied dance forms, martial arts and cuisine. Kath kali is a 300-year-old dance form developed exclusively in Kerala combining the performing art forms of opera, ballet, masque, and pantomime. Other dance forms of Kerala are Krishnanattom, Mohiniyattom, Thullal, Koodiyattom, Kolkkali, Thiruvathirakali, Kakkarishi Natakom, Oppanna and Chavittunatakom. Panchavadyam, Nadanpattu, Omanathinkal Kidavo and many more music forms have evolved over the centuries in Kerala. There is a lot to explore while you are on a tour to Kerala, India.

Kerala's genius for adaptation and fusion of old traditions and new values in every sphere of human thought and endeavor is also evident in its cuisine. Kerala has a distinctive cuisine, very unusual and different from the rest of India. Cooking in Kerala is all about discoveries, aromas and colors. It's a melting pot of different ingredients sprinkled by the various communities down the ages. During your Kerala tour you can experiment with the myriad cuisine of Kerala, which are a gastronome's delight.

Thus, in its totality, the culture of Kerala represents the quintessence of the collective achievements of a people in the fields of religion and philosophy, language and literature, art and architecture, education and learning and economic and social organization.

CLIMATE:
Kerala shows diversity in its climatic conditions due to the variety in its geographical features. The state experiences an equatorial tropic climate. The eastern highlands including the mountain regions predominantly have cool climate, which is very refreshing. On the other hand, the coastal plains of western lowlands generally remain hot and humid for most part of the year. The average annual rainfall in Kerala is quite high as compared to its neighboring states. The monsoon season in the state generally extends for four months. There are four types of seasons in Kerala, which include winter, summer, southwest monsoon and northeast monsoon.
Winter: The typical winter season can be experienced in the hill stations of Kerala. Winters in Kerala start after the state receives northeast monsoon in November. The chilly climate concludes by the middle of February. The temperature in the highlands often falls below 10 °C during this season, while other parts of the state maintain higher temperature during winters. Kerala also receives lowest rainfall during winters.
Summer: Following the winter comes the summer season, which generally starts by the end of February and continues till the end of May. Summer in Kerala is exhibited by low rainfall, comparatively higher temperature and humid weather. Even during the peak of summer, the temperature doesn’t soar over 40 0C unlike other states. The season also shows erratic rains along with thunder and lightening.
South West Monsoon: Southwest monsoon is the main monsoon season in Kerala, which gives a break from the summer heat. Kerala being the first state to receive monsoon, witnesses’ voluminous rainfall. The slopes of Western Ghats are mainly hit by this monsoon and the rainfall continues for months. South West Monsoon generally ends by the end of September. The average rainfall in this season is 2250 - 2500 mm.
North East Monsoon: North East Monsoon starts in October and continues till November. These monsoons are also known as Retreating Monsoons and generally show thunder and lightening with heavy rainfall. The climate prominently remains hot and humid. The average rainfall during this season is 450 - 500 mm.

LANGUAGE:
KERALA is one first Indian state with a literacy level of 100%. Both Malayalam and English are widely taught Language in the state. Malayalam is, however, the regional and official Language of the state. Malayalam is also one of the official Languages of India. It is essentially a Dravidian Language but historical events have influenced the growth and vocabulary of Malayalam.

The original Dravidian settlers commonly used Tamil as their Language. Tamil was the court Language in the Chera regime too. Around the 10th century, Malayalam started to develop its own distinctive character. Due to the common grammar and vocabulary, many scholars feel Malayalam is like an offspring of Tamil; however Malayalam has a rich modern literature and an independent written script (Kolezhethu). With the settling of the Aryans, Sanskrit put the growth of Malayalam on a bane. The Brahmin Namboodiris exclusively used Sanskrit but this incidence, instead of threatening the existence of Malayalam enriched it instead. The local Language absorbed the words from Sanskrit and used them with a Malayali addition or alteration. Thus evolved the Mani Pravlam or Malayalam heavily spiked with usage of Sanskrit words.

Current day Malayalam has about 53 letters of which 20 are long/short vowels and the rest are consonants. Since 1981, the script was modified to adapt Malayalam to the use of keyboard and hence there are currently only 90 letters for a typeset.

The other major Language spoken in the state and hence another big influence on Malayalam is English. The European association and the British rule have lent this characteristic to the state. The inhabitants of Pallakad and border regions speak Tamil and the Konkan and Marathi Language influence those of Northern Kerala. The Language has 5 main dialects. So we see, the Malayalam Language has truly come of age.

CUISINE OF KERALA:
The delectable Cuisine of Kerala sets it apart from other destinations of India. The taste buds gets a treat from the tantalizing preparations of Kerala which have notched up a remarkable place in the multi cuisine menus of Indian restaurants. Kerala is the home of 'Kera' (Coconut Palm) tree, which is base for many dishes of Kerala. Different religions and cultures have impacted the culinary arts of Kerala. Seafood and coconut are exclusive to people of Kerala. Rice is the staple of Corallites like other south Indian states. The redolent dishes of Kerala Cuisine are so mouth watering that it is really hard to resist the temptation of trying them. A traditional vegetarian meal served on a banana leaf during the marriage ceremonies or Onam celebrations. It has now become an integral part of Kerala culture. The dishes of Kerala can be categorized under various sections like Dishes of Breakfast, Dishes of Lunch and Dinner, Dishes of Snacks, Drinks and Desserts. All the dishes are exclusive proud preparations of Kerala.

Dishes of Breakfast:
There are lot many dishes that are relished by the people of Kerala in breakfast.
Puttu-kadala: It is made of ground rice and grated coconut steam cooked together.
Appam and vegetable stew/chicken curry: It is a type of pancake made from rice flour and fermented toddy. Crispy pieces of vegetables or meat are cooked in sumptuous coconut milk.
Idiappam and stew: It is the main dish of string hoppers, made from rice flour pressed out as noodles and then prepared in steam.
Idli and Dosa with sambar/Chutney: Idlis are slightly sour cakes and Dosas are flaky pancakes made from mixture of fermented rice and black gram is relished with sambhar or coconut chutney.
Pathiri and Chicken curry: It is a thick Pancake made from dough of rice powder.
Parota and Chicken curry: A heavy breakfast in form of a pancake of dough. Dishes of Lunch In many houses of Kerala people eat rice with Upperi / thoran (a preparation of vegetables or pulses and grated coconut) and other side dishes like sambar, olan (thin slices of melon and pulses cooked in coconut milk), rasam (a gravy with tamarind and tomato extracts), kaalan (vegetables cooked in grated coconut), pachadi (a melon kind of a vegetable cooked in curd) and aviyal (many vegetables cooked in curd and grated coconut). Among some delectable dishes of Kerala taken in lunch and dinner are Kichadi, Kanji and Payaru, Biryani, Kappa (Tapioca) and fish curry, Karimeen fry, Prawn fry, Rice and Fish Curry.

Deserts of Kerala
You will find the sweet dishes and deserts of Kerala simply mouth watering. Try
Payasam: It is an alluring dessert made usually from rice, rice products or pulses, and cooked in condensed milk, coconut milk or jaggery syrup.
Payasam and Boli: It is a pancake made from sweet mixture stuffed in between the layers.
Muttamaala: It is usually a Muslim delicacy of string hoppers prepared from egg yolk and dipped in sugar syrup.

Drinks of Kerala
Ilaneer/ tender coconut: It is simply the Safest natural soft drink of the world . This juice of soft coconuts is nutritious and a perfect drink to quench your thirst.
Sambharam/ Mor: This refreshing drink is made from curd .It is served salted and called a Sambharam when served sweet.
Sharbat: Sharbat is an extremely sweet drink made from herbal extracts.
Try these dishes of Kerala and you will have a lifetime experience. The tantalizing taste of these dishes will not evade easily.

TOUR ATTRACTIONS:
A land which for the tourists can offer just about everything one can dream of. There are far too many tourist attractions in KERALA.
Kerala is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. It's well known for its Backwaters, Beaches, National Parks, Wild life sanctuaries, Hill stations and Ayurvedic treatments. Kerala Beaches are spread along the 900 km Arabian Sea coastline. The Kerala Backwaters are a network of interconnected brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:
Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala state. This ancient city was the spiritual centre of Travancore kings since 11th century and became their capital in 1750 AD. Thiruvananthapuram is ranked top in the number of foreign tourists visiting Kerala and is a beautiful destination for holidaymakers.
KOVALAM
Situated 15 Km south of Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) city. This internationally renowned beach has been favorite haunt of tourists since long past and regarded as one of the finest beach resorts of the world. Anybody can take a sea bath without fear. The beach is ideal for surfing and water skiing.
ALAPPHUZA:
Alappuzha (Alleppy) 'The Venice of the East' is endowed with exceptional natural beauty and emerged as a major tourist destination. The entire district teams with an array of rivers, canals and lakes ideal for boat cruise.
KUMARAKOM:
This idyllic sub-tropical paradise on the banks of Vembanad Lake is interspersed with enchanting waterways and canals. There are a number of resorts offering activities like - Ayurvedic massage, yoga, meditation, boating, fishing, etc.
PERIYAR WILD LIFE SCANTURY, THEKKADY,
One of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries of the country and is also India's southern most tiger reserve. The sanctuary sprawls over an area of 777 sq. kms. Near a vast and attractive lake. The British built the artificial lake in 1895 AD.
MUNNAR
Munnar or the 'three rivers' nestles amidst Western Ghats at the confluence of three mountain streams (Mudrapuzha, Nallathani, and Kundala). It is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kerala. A Kerala tourist attraction gives more details about Munnar.
KOCHI:
Kochi, also known as the "Queen of Arabian Sea" is the most important commercial place of this beautiful State of Kerala.. The Chinese fishing nets, Dutch buildings, Portuguese artistics, British monuments, etc. add the beauty of Kochi(Cochin).
ATHIRAPILLY:
Athirappilly Waterfalls is situated 78 kms from Kochi, and is located in Chalakudy River. It is one of the best places to visit in Kerala. It is about 80 feet high and located in the forest area. Connected with the greenery, it infuses freshness into any tired soul.
THRISSUR:
Thrissur, the 'Cultural Capital' of Kerala has been of great religious and cultural significance for many centuries. The district is endowed with rich history and culture and has played an important role in the political history of South India. Thrissur is an important place in Kerala tourist attractions.
Some other attractive destinations as follows:
KOTTAYAM, PALAKKAD, KOZIKHODE, KANNUR, PONMUDI, QUILON, etc.

CONCLUSION:
Above details are prescribes as a pleasuring and attractive documents by our side. Hope we can able to make our customers satisfied through our online process and makes our customer feel happy with the journey of: THE EVERGREEN KERALA

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Cost and Dates

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Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 16,799/- *
USD 319.932/- *
EUR 242.505/- *
GBP 198.331/- *
Validity: Valid till 30 September 2012
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Hotel Details

Hotel: Abad Atrium
Address: M G Road , Cochin - 682035
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
This 4 star hotel is well known for its ambiance and great location.The hotel has modern and well appointed rooms and suites equipped with all necessary amenities to ensure guests a comfortable stay. The guest rooms surround a central atrium that has a capsule lift giving it the hotel an aura of elegance. The hotel has an in-house restaurant, which serves multi cuisine. It also boasts of a shopping arcade, health club and swimming pool, which provide the guests plenty of opportunities for recreation. Abad Atrium is a comfortable place to stay for business or leisure.

How to reach:
By Air
Cochin Airport has a direct link with the major airports in India. There are regular flights to the metro cities and other major cities in India like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai Goa and Bangalore.
By Rail
Cochin is connected by rail to most of the important cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.
By Road
Cochin is well connected by road with several tourist centers and cities in India. Cochin is 565 km from Bangalore, 223 km from Coimbatore, 848 km from Goa, 694 km from Madras-Chennai, 470 km from Mysore, and 312 km form Ooty.

Location
The hotel is located bang on MG Road just 32 kilometers from the airport and 2 and a half kilometers from the South Railway Station. It is about 40 minutes away from the famous Fort Cochin area.
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Hotel: Deshadan Plaza
Address: Cochin
Star Category:
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Hotel: Grand Plaza
Address: M.S.A Road, Old Munnar
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
The hotel has 38 elegantly furnished spacious rooms each room is individually designed in such a way that it offers a breathtaking view of the tea plantations.
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Hotel: Le Celestium
Address: Near Tea County
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
Buildings that blend english and ethnic styles offers a relaxed stay. Double rooms, deluxe rooms and suites are available. Each functionally designed bedroom is provided with telephone, TV and hot and cold running water. At the touch of a button, you bring alive courteous service any time of the day or night.

How to reach:
By Air
Near by airports are at Kochi (130 kms) and Madurai (142 kms).
By Rail
Nearest railway stations are at Kochi and Kottayam.
By Road
Munnar is well connected by a well developed network of road transport.


Hotel: Tea Valley Resort
Address: Pothamedu
Star Category:
Hotel Description:
Tea Valley resort in Munnar is unique in many ways. Pleasantly pitched in the middle of a tea-estate, it offers more of an escapade with nature in all splendour and color than a routine resort visit.
Hotel: Transfer to Airport
Address: Transfer to Cochin Airport
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