Tour Programs & Packages
We also undertake Village Tours through villages where rice, paddy and spices like cardamoms, pepper and other crops are cultivated. The tour shows you the traditional methods of cultivation and the rustic village atmosphere leaving a lasting impression.
House boats for 24hrs stay on Non A/C, A/C and A/C Deluxe are also provided for 2 persons or more with a minimum rate and enjoyable facilities. These house boats are ancient Kearalite traditional boats in which the space has been converted as bed rooms with all modern facilities. The guests will be treated to authentic and traditional Kerala cuisine during their stay.
We undertake Backwater tours through narrow interior rivers in small canoe country boats, in a group of 5-7 people housed in it. A knowledged guide will be leading every group. Duration of the different backwater trips are 3hrs, 6hrs and 7hrs. The starting point of the backwater trips are taking place 30kms South-East of Cochin. To and fro conveyance will be taken care of. A traditional Keralite lunch will be served during the trip.
Munnar (Hill Station and Tea Plantations)
It is situated 140kms away from Cochin. The name MUNNAR was formed because three mountain streams join together in one place. The enchanting greenery of the tea plantations growing on the mountains is a memorable and enjoyable view. A stay at Munnar after 140kms travel is a thrilling experience, giving an opportunity enjoying change in climatical conditions in the midst of the mountains. We organize special tours which include a visit to the tea plantations too.On return, the travel through the flower gardens of hill area of Kumily will be a memorable rememberance in every visitor.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
This national park and tiger reserve project is situated 192kms south-east of Cochin. Periyar reserve is one among the 18 Tiger Reserve Projects in the country. Here the greatest attractions are the Asiatic Elephants and a vast variety of animals. There is an abundant range of birds life too. This reserve is accessible by organized boat tours and trekking with a local forest guide. There are also elephant treks (treks through the jungle on the back of elephants, which is subject to availability). This reserve covers an area of 777sq kms and an elevation of 900-1800m above sea level.
Kodanad Elephant Training Centre
Kodanad Elephant Training Centre is situated about 65kms from Cochin. It will be a thrilling experience for a tourist to get close to elephants and watching them in their own surroundings.
Athirampilly Waterfalls situated at 62kms south of Trissur, Athirampilly is one of the most attractive waterfalls in the State. Being 400 meters wide and falling through a height of 80 meters, this waterfall makes an enchanting experience for any visitor.
It is the most ethnic popular original classical dance of the state. It represents a harmonious blend of dance, drama and music. It is unique in several features and can be distinguished on the basis of make-up and costumes. Kathakali was born only in the 17th century. But in less than four centuries it grew up to represent India's cultural heritage to the world outside.
2) Trichur Pooram
Pooram is the most colorful of all the temple festivals of Kerala. It is celebrated in Trichur in the month of April/May. It is a magnificent spectacle with night-long fireworks and a splendid elephant procession.
3) Nehru Trophy Snake Boat Race
This trophy began in 1952 on the occasion of the visit of India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, to Alappuzha, It is now a major event held on the second Saturday of every August and features the gigantic snake-boats of Kerala. Today the Boat Race has grown into Alappuzha's single most important tourist event.