- 08 Days / 07 Nights
- Kerala Packages
Fascinating picturesque beauty of Chinese fishing nets weaving magic in the background of sunset in Cochin transport you to another world. Then the cultural capital, Trissur offers you the finesse of performing arts. A breeze, kissing bubbles of Bharathapuzha will take you to Cheruthuruthy, the abode of arts. Exuberance of Calicut is awaiting to pep up you and the breathtaking wilderness of Wayand is ready to embrace you later. Froths of Kabani River with history lying in her lap has lullabies for you! And to top it all, Bakel with its majestic fort and enchanting beach lays a golden blanket to brighten your evening.
Day 1 Cochin
On arrival at Cochin, the heart of Kerala’s cultural heritage, charm and hospitality. Sightseeing includes Dutch palace, Jewish synagogue, St Francis church, Indo-Portuguese museum and Chinese fishing net. Evening enjoy shopping.Overnight at hotel.
Day 2 Cochin-Cheruthuruty (120 kms / 2.5 Hrs)
After breakfast, drive to Thrissur and on the way visit the Kerala Kalamandalam. The Kerala Kalamandalam is a Deemed University of Art and Culture, and is a major centre for learning Indian performing arts , especially those that developed in the Southern states of India, with the special emphasis on Kerala. It is situated in the village of Cheruthuruthy in Thrissur District on the banks of the Bharathapuzha river.On arrival check into the hotel.Later visit Kerala Kalamandalam (closed on public holidays) and Nila River.Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 3 Cheruthuruty -Calicut(105 kms / 3 hrs)
After breakfast drive to Calicut.On arrival check into the hotel.During classical antiquity and the Middle Ages, Kozhikode was dubbed the "City of Spices" for its role as the major trading point of eastern spices. It was the capital of an independent kingdom ruled by the Samoothiris (Zamorins) in Middle Ages and later of the erstwhile Malabar District under British rule. Arab merchants traded with the region as early as 7th century, and Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama landed at Calicut on 20 May 1498, thus opening a trade route between Europe and Malabar.Afternoon visit Kappad beach, Dolphin point and Pazhassi museum.Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 4 Calicut -Wayand(110 kms / 3 hrs)
Drive to Wayanad, set in the picturesque Western Ghats and mountains at an altitude of about 2000 meters above sea level. Littered with tropical rain forests, dense hills, rolling paddy fields, spice plantations and valleys, Wayanad is a hither to undiscovered location offering breathtaking views.Upon arrival check into the resort ,day at leisure.Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5 Wayanad
After breakfast, visit the Wayanad sanctuary where one can find animals like sloth bears, sambhar (wild deer), elephants, monkeys, tigers, reptiles, deer, panthers, and many species of rare birds .Afternoon drive to Kuruva Island, an uninhabited island, a cluster of them infract, in the middle of the expansive Kabini river. The island’s preservation and the eco tourism around it is managed by the participation of the local population living around it and the forest department and then to Edaikal caves.Overnights stay at a hotel.
Day 6 Wayanad- Bekal (185 kms / 04 hrs)
After breakfast drive to Bekal.On arrival check into the hotel.Bekal is small town on the eastern shore of Kerala state of South India.Giant keyhole shaped fort, the golden expanse of a beautiful beach surrounding the fort, backwaters and hill destinations and water sport facilities nearby, the historic Bekal Fort offers a superb view of the Arabian Sea from its tall observation towers, which were occupied by huge cannons, couple of centuries ago.Day at leisure.Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 7 Bekal
After breakfast visit the Bekal fort,Chandragiri fort .Later afternoon day at leisure.Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 8 Bekal - Manglore (Departure) (80 kms / 2.5 hrs)
Transfer to Manglore airport/railway station.
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