Duration :- 12 Nights / 13 Days
Destination :- Mysore - Mudumalai - Wayanad - Calicut - Palaghat - Munnar - Periyar - Houseboat - Cochin
Day One: The tourists are greeted by our travel representatives at the Bangalore Airport. They are then driven to Mysore. The main tourist hotspots that are covered before the over night stay in the Hotel Wind Flower are Devaraja Fruit, Tipu Sultan's Palace and the Devaraja Fruit and Vegetable Market.
Day Two: The first wildlife sanctuary that was ever constructed in South India was in Mudumalai. The land of this sanctuary is known for its varied texture, swamps, lakes and waterways. Scrub forests, dry deciduous trees and moist deciduous forests are normally found in this sanctuary. The climate here is warmer when compared to the other resorts. The guests stay at the resort Jungle Retreat for the over night stay.
Day Three: Bandipur Sanctuary is another sanctuary near to Mudumalai. But then, Mudumalai sanctaury is also preferred due to two main reasons. The first one is definitely the closeness to the Nilgiris which adds to their wildlife quotient along with the presence of the Moyar River. The Udhagamandalam - Mysore highway looks even more beautiful due to the nearby presence of the Moyar River. One can reach this sanctuary from Mysore.
Day Four: The tourists are taken to Wayanad, the name means 'Land of Paddy Fields.' The tribal population here was so high that it was known as the Africa of Kerala. Over the years, it has developed as the paradise for tourists in Kerala, giving strong competition to Tamil Nadu's Ooty and Coorg of Karnataka. Also, it is known for having the largest production of pepper in the country.
Day Five: After the breakfast, the tourists are taken to Lakkiddi, which is also called as the Gateway to Wayanad. The tourists also go for sightseeing at kuruvadeep , Pookkot Lake and Pazhassiraja Museum and Art Gallery. One can find the rarest form of migratory birds and orchids here. Several beautiful species of butterflies are present here. After the sightseeing the tourists return for an overnight stay at Vythiri Resort. The tourists can also visit the Bhagavathi Temple, Banasura Dam and the town of Nanjangud. After the sightseeing, the tourists can go for a overnight stay at the Vythiri Resort.
Day Six: After the breakfast, the tourists proceed towards discovering Calicut. Vasco da Gama had put it on the world map after he discovered it during his quest for spices. This capital of Kerala is known for the rich blend of history and culture. In the afternoon, the tourists go to Beypore which is an important fishing harbour. The overnight stay is ensured at the Kadavu Resort.
Day Seven: Palaghat is fondly called as the Gateway of Kerala. It helps in rendering access to Kerala. It is rich and diverse in flora and fauna. It is also known for being one of the most picturesque districts. The entire route is mushrooming with abundant wildlife and sanctuaries. The tourists stay Olappamanna Mana which is located in the small village of Vellinezhi. It is also called as Thourathrika Gramam as it has the perfect blen of music and ambience.
Day Eight: The guests are taken to see the Cheyyappara Falls that is in enroute. The way towards Munnar is dotted with tea gardens which are spread over the lush green shrubs and give a beautiful appeal to the landscape. Munnar is located 1600 m above sea level. Several tea plantations dot the vicinity of Munnar. The undulating rolling hills enhance the beauty of Munnar. The tourists can rest in the Nature Zone in Munnar.
Day Nine: After breakfast, the tourists are taken to Periyar where the famous wild life sanctuary is located. The tourists check in the Hotel Lake Palace.
Day Ten: The Periyar National Park is known for the high elephant and tiger reserve. The tourists go for trekking inside this sanctuary early in the morning for three hours.
Day Eleven: Coves, lakes and canals are the main attractions of Kumarakaom. Lush green rice fields and coconut palms add to the beauty of the place. The tourists can stay at the house boats and enjoy their enraptured experience.
Day Twelve: Cochin is known for being the historic port in the Indian saga. It is also known as spice coast of India. After resting and relazing, the guests are taken on a tour for sightseeing where they visit the Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogues and Chinese fishing nets.
Day Thirteen: After the breakfast, the guests are driven towards the international airport.