Duration :- 20 Nights / 21 Days
Destination :- Calicut - Thalassery - Bekal - Kannur - Cochin - Kothamangam - Kumarakom - Quilon - Kovalam Beach - Kanyakumari - Trivandrum
Day One: Calicut
The guests arrive at the International airport and then are taken to the hotel for resting. Tis is the small district of Kerala and is located in the Northern part of Kerala. It is known for the rich blend of history and culture. The architectural marvel of mosques and temples in Calicut is known for its rich splendour. The guests stay for the overnight in Kadavu Resort.
Day Two: Calicut
Calicut is a beautiful district located in Kerala and is also known as the Land of Gods. There are several hills, rivers and forts located in Calicut that add to its beauty. After the sightseeing, the guests stay at Kadavu Resort.
Day Three: Thalassery
It is a small beautiful town located in the North of Calicut. The Ayesha Mazil is the name of the hotel where the guests would check in.
Day Four: Thalassery
It is also called as Tellicherry. It is known as the busy commercial town of the Malabar coast. Over the years, this place has become famous for the Royal Muslim Families known as the 'Arakkal.' There has been impressive fortification done in this place. It used to draw the Europeans in the past due to the spices. Tourists also like watching the Theyyam dance during the evening. The guests later head for the overnight stay at Ayesha Manzil.
Day Five: Bekal is known for its famous fort. It is the most preserved and the largest port. The value of this fort is added by the presence of the Bekal beach.
Day Six: Bekal- Tourists are taken out for a journey into the ancient temples in Bekal after breakfast. Cheruvathur Kotta Palli and Chandragiri Fort are the famous ones for the tourists to see.
Day Seven: Tourists are taken for the Meditation Centre and the Kavil Bhawan Yoga. Yoga also helps in the healing process of several chronic diseases. The Madhur temple is also important and religious place at Bekal. Several temples are also located at Manjeswaramm.
Day Eight: Kannur
Tourists love Kannur for its colourful and beautiful manner of preserving the ethnic culture of Kerala, especially its music. According to the history, the ships of King Solomon had been anchored here. The Parasinikadavu Temple, Muzhipilagadi Beach and the Kannur Fort are the famous destinations for tourists here.
Day Nine: Cochin
After the breakfast, tourists are taken to Cochin through a short and beautiful train journey. The tourists stay for the overnight in the hotel of Secret Garden.
Day Ten: Cochin
After the breakfast, the guests are taken for a sightseeing trip in Cochin. The important destinations for this trip include St. Francis Church, Jewish Synagogue and Mattancherry Palace. This Palace is known for having the well preserved and historic murals of India. In the evening, the guests are taken for the harbour cruise.
Day Eleven: Kothamangam Home Stay
It is an old leisure bungalow in Kothamangam which provides a very ethnic and natural experience of Kerala's life to the tourists. A bird sanctuary is also located nearby to this state bungalow.
Day Twelve: Kothamangam Home Stay
Kodanad elephant orphanage is known for preserving the rare species of elephants in Kerala. In the night, the tourists stay in Mundackal Estate Bungalow's Bird's Nest.
Day Thirteen: Kumarakom
Coves, lakes and canals add beauty to Kumarakom. It also gives the opportunity to sun bath in the beautiful beaches in Kumarakaom.
Day Fourteen: Houseboat
The tourists get the rare chance to cruise in the backwaters of Kerala and stay at the houseboats. The tourists get a chance to stay over night at the House Boat.
Day Fifteen: Kollam
Kollam is known for being one of the most important processing and cashew industries of the country, Wood carving, traditional art forms are present here which tourists love to buy.
Day Sixteen: Kollam
After breakfast, the tourists are taken to Amrithakala Gurukulam which is known for being one of the best insititutes in India for preserving the arts like pottery making, village crafts and wood work.
Day Seventeen: Kovalam Beach
Kovalam is one of the most important and beautiful beaches in India. Golden sands and coconuts make it even more enrapturing.
Day Eighteen: Kovalam Beach: Tourists try out the Ayurvedic massage at the Kovalam Beach.They are later taken to rest at the Travancore Heritage.
Day Nineteen: Kanyakumari Visit
After breakfast the tourists are taken to the most southern point of India called as Kanyakumari for sightseeing. The sun rise and sun set are very beautiful at Kanyakumari. The Suchendra Temple and the Padmnabhapuram Palace are very beautiful destinations to explore in this visit.
Day Twenty: Kovalam
After the breakfast, the tourists are taken for sightseeing at napier Museum, Kuthiramalika Palace and the Sri Chitra Art Gallery.
Day Twenty One: The tourists then head towards departure at the Trivandrum Airport.