Just Married? You are just going to start a new life with your loved one and looking for a beautiful location for your Honeymoon, then Kerala would be the perfect Spot for your Honeymoon. Kerala Know as "Gods own country" with perfect blend of greenery in Munnar and to the serene backwaters of Alleppey will rejuvenate your senses. Want more then cruise in houseboat over the backwaters and experience the real pleasure being in Kerala.So come and explore the magical beauty of Kerala through us "Honeymoon to Kerala".
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Once a much prized pawn between the Portuguese, Dutch and English, Kochi or Cochin in the Southern Indian state of Kerala has a history of being a premier port along
the fabled "spice route" to the east. Fort Cochin was a great emporium of trade, a harbor filled with ships, streets crowded with merchants and warehouses stored with
goods from every port of Asia and Europe. Beginning with the Chinese and Arabs in the 13th century, the Portuguese arrived in 1500 A.D.
For a cherished and unforgettable Kerala's backwaters experience come and stay in Kerala's luxury packed houseboats. One Kerala house boats you will have wonderful opportunity to enjoy mesmerizing blends of tradition with modern amenities. Take a Kerala houseboat cruise over the breathtakingly beautiful backwaters and enjoy amazing sightseeing with nature abundant beauty. Enjoy Kerala traditional lip-smacking cuisine on board the Kerala houseboats. See the stunning sunset view from the deck of houseboats. Discover the hidden treasure of nature and see the several species of aquatic life,.
DAY 01 : ARRIVAL COCHIN :
On arrival at Cochin, meet and assist on arrival & transfer to hotel . After check in little time free for leisure . Afternoon sightseeing of Cochin that includes a visit to Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace), St. Francis Church, Jewish Synagogue, and Chinese fishing nets. In the evening you can enjoy a show of Kathakali Dances. Overnight stay at Cochin.
Begin your 'Exhilarating Excursion' Tour..Arrive into Cochin.Our friendly local representative will receive you at your entry point.We welcome you to Cochin - the best base to explore "God's own country".Check into your hotel.
We then take you on a boat ride to visit the historical sights of Cochin. Visit the Dutch Palace at Mattancherry, Fort Cochin to visit St. Francis Church - the first church in India built by the Europeans.
Get back to mainland Cochin by evening.
DAY 01 : ARRIVAL COCHIN :
On arrival at Cochin, meet and assist and transfer to hotel . After check in little time free for leisure . Afternoon sightseeing of Cochin that includes a visit to Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace), St. Francis Church, Jewish Synagogue, and Chinese fishing nets. In the evening you can enjoy a show of Kathakali Dances. Overnight stay at Cochin.
DAY 02 : COCHIN – MUNNAR :
Day 1:Cochin – Munnar
Cochin – Munnar (Tea Garden & Hill station). Arrival at Cochin airport/ railway station.
To Munnar. This beautiful hill station was once the summer capital of the British Government in India.
The never ending vast expanse of tea plantations and the round the year moderate climate makes it a little haven for visitors. The day at leisure. DAY 02 : COCHIN – KUMARAKOM :
Welcome in India! KOCHI (COCHIN) Airport; On arrival you will be transferred and assisted till your room in your hotel.
Proceeding to local sight seeing at 15:00 Hrs -COCHIN (ERNAKULAM) (The Rich and Old Spice City). The commercial town of Kerala,
Kochi- a vibrant,lively city of palm green filled with interesting artifacts in every corner. The combination of main land Ernakulam is
the business and tourist heart of Kerala. Places to be visited: JEWISH SYNAGOGUE (Built in 1568 AD. Closed on Saturdays & Jewish Holidays)
Day 01: Chennai to Malaysia.
Journey Start from Chennai Airport Rech at Kulalambur N/R in 2 star Hotel at Kula Lampur. Day 02: Kula Lampur
After Breakfast, proceed to City tour. After lunch and free for shopping. Dinner and overnight stay Kula Lampur.
Kula Lumpur is the seat of the Parliament of Malaysia. The city was once home to the executive and judicial branches of the federal government,
but they have since moved to Putrajaya starting in 1999.