16 nights 17 Days tour package in Kerala

Experience the richness of South India’s cultural and natural heritage with our meticulously planned 16 nights 17 days tour package. Explore Coimbatore, Ooty, Palakkad, Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Trivandrum, Kanyakumari, Madurai, Tanjore, and Rameswaram. From serene hill stations to vibrant cities and tranquil backwaters, immerse yourself in a journey that showcases the best of Kerala and beyond.

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16 nights 17 Days tour package in Kerala 16 N 17 D starting at INR 85,000 per person
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Embark on an extraordinary exploration of South India’s cultural and natural wonders with our meticulously crafted 16 nights 17 days tour package. Begin your journey in Coimbatore, where modernity meets tradition in this bustling city known for its textile industry and ancient temples. From there, ascend to the picturesque hill station of Ooty, renowned for its tea gardens, colonial charm, and panoramic views of the Nilgiri Mountains.

Continue your odyssey to Palakkad, a land of fertile valleys and historic forts, offering a glimpse into Kerala’s rich agricultural heritage. Then, delve into the cultural tapestry of Cochin, where centuries-old synagogues, Portuguese architecture, and bustling spice markets await your discovery.

Next, journey to Munnar, a paradise of rolling hills carpeted with tea plantations and misty valleys. Experience the tranquil beauty of Thekkady as you explore the Periyar National Park, home to diverse wildlife and a serene lake perfect for boat safaris.

Sail through the serene backwaters of Alleppey aboard a traditional houseboat, where lush landscapes and quaint villages unfold along the waterways. In Trivandrum, delve into the vibrant culture and visit the majestic Padmanabhaswamy Temple, a marvel of Dravidian architecture.

Reach the southernmost tip of India in Kanyakumari, where the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean converge in a breathtaking spectacle. Discover the ancient city of Madurai, famous for its towering Meenakshi Amman Temple adorned with vibrant sculptures and intricately carved pillars.

In Tanjore, marvel at the architectural brilliance of the Brihadeeswarar Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site showcasing Dravidian grandeur. Conclude your journey in Rameswaram, an island city revered for its sacred temples and the iconic Ramanathaswamy Temple, where pilgrims perform rituals along the shores of the Pamban Bridge.

Immerse yourself in the diverse landscapes, vibrant cultures, and centuries-old traditions that define South India’s cultural and natural heritage on this unforgettable 16 nights 17 days tour package.

Embark on an extraordinary exploration of South India’s cultural and natural wonders with our meticulously crafted 16 nights 17 days tour package. Begin your journey in Coimbatore, where modernity meets tradition in this bustling city known for its textile industry and ancient temples. From there, ascend to the picturesque hill station of Ooty, renowned for its tea gardens, colonial charm, and panoramic views of the Nilgiri Mountains.

Continue your odyssey to Palakkad, a land of fertile valleys and historic forts, offering a glimpse into Kerala’s rich agricultural heritage. Then, delve into the cultural tapestry of Cochin, where centuries-old synagogues, Portuguese architecture, and bustling spice markets await your discovery.

Next, journey to Munnar, a paradise of rolling hills carpeted with tea plantations and misty valleys. Experience the tranquil beauty of Thekkady as you explore the Periyar National Park, home to diverse wildlife and a serene lake perfect for boat safaris.

Sail through the serene backwaters of Alleppey aboard a traditional houseboat, where lush landscapes and quaint villages unfold along the waterways. In Trivandrum, delve into the vibrant culture and visit the majestic Padmanabhaswamy Temple, a marvel of Dravidian architecture.

Reach the southernmost tip of India in Kanyakumari, where the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean converge in a breathtaking spectacle. Discover the ancient city of Madurai, famous for its towering Meenakshi Amman Temple adorned with vibrant sculptures and intricately carved pillars.

In Tanjore, marvel at the architectural brilliance of the Brihadeeswarar Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site showcasing Dravidian grandeur. Conclude your journey in Rameswaram, an island city revered for its sacred temples and the iconic Ramanathaswamy Temple, where pilgrims perform rituals along the shores of the Pamban Bridge.

Immerse yourself in the diverse landscapes, vibrant cultures, and centuries-old traditions that define South India’s cultural and natural heritage on this unforgettable 16 nights 17 days tour package.

Arrive at Coimbatore. Meet and greet by our rerpresentative. Check into the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay in the hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Isha foundation center. Isha Yoga Center is situated 30 km West of Coimbatore. It is a sacred space for self transformation where spiritual seekers from all over the globe gather to pursue the spiritual path.. Later check in to the hotel in Coimbatore. Overnight stay at the hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Ooty, which is a gorgeous hill station in Tamil Nadu and is considered a haven for nature lovers from all over the country. Ensconced in the lap of nature, this town is surrounded on all sides by towering Nilgiris, evergreen fir trees, and, of course, lakes small and large. The local language of Ooty is Tamil, although it is a popular tourism destination, English and Hindi are also widely spoken. The best time to visit Ooty is during the summer season, from March to June, when the weather here is pleasant and cool as compared to the rest of South India. Check into the hotel. Later, go sightseeing. Sightseeing: Ooty Lake, Government Rose garden, Doddabetta, Avalanche Lake, Emerald lake, Stone house, Botanical Garden, Kamaraj Sagar dam

After breakfast, go sightseeing. Visit Sightseeing: Ooty Lake, Government Rose Garden, Doddabetta, Avalanche Lake, Emerald Lake, Stone House, Botanical Garden, Kamaraj Sagar Dam, and Singara Tea Estates.

After breakfast, drive to Palakkad, known as the rice bowl of Kerala. Check into the hotel. Later go sightseeing. Visit Kalpathy temple, Kalpathy brahmin streets, Palakkad fort. Overnight stay in the hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Athirapally. Enroute, visit Palakkad Kalpathy Temple and Palakkad Fort. Later, drive to the Athirapally waterfalls., the Nayagra of Kerala. Check into the hotel. Later, visit Athirapally waterfalls and Vazhachal. Overnight stay in the hotel.

After breakfast, go sightseeing. Visit St.Francis Church, Chinese Fishing net, etc. in Fortcochin and Jewish synagogue, Jew street, Dutch Palace Museum etc. in Mattancherry. Later visit Marine drive. Go boating(optional). If time permits go shopping in Ernakulam. Watch kathakali, the classical art form of Kerala. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Munnar the highest hill station in Kerala also known as the switzerland of India. Enroute visit Cheeyapara and Valara waterfalls. Stop for the photos at the view points. Check into the hotel.. Overnight staty at hotel.

After breakfast, embark on a full-day sightseeing tour of Munnar. Visit the Eravikulam National Park, home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr (mountain goat). Explore the Mattupetty Dam and enjoy a boat ride on the Mattupetty Lake. Visit the Tea Museum to learn about the tea-making process and enjoy a tea tasting session. Optional: Visit the Top Station viewpoint for breathtaking panoramic views. Return to your hotel and relax in the serene surroundings. Overnight stay in Munnar.

After breakfast,drive to Thekkady, known for its dense evergreen forests and spice plantations. Snuggles in the Western Ghats, Periyar wildlife sanctuary is one of the world’s richest biodiversity spots. The artificial lake formed by the Mullaperiyar dam across the Periyar Lake adds to the charm of the park. Spread across 777 sq. km, of which 360 sq. km is thick evergreen forest, the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is a declared Tiger Reserve.Later go for a motorboat ride and Check-in at your pre-booked hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Alleppey, the Venice of the East. A village surrounded by the backwaters and paddy fields. Check into the houseboat. Relaxe and enjoy the cruise along the narrow canals of the Vembanad lake. Overnight stay in the houseboat.

Disembark from the houseboat after breakfast and drive to Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), the capital city of Kerala. Visit the famous Padmanabhaswamy Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and explore its magnificent architecture. Spend some time at Kovalam Beach, known for its pristine sandy shores and serene ambiance. Enjoy a mesmerizing sunset at Kovalam Beach. Overnight stay in Thiruvananthapuram.

After breakfast, embark on a full-day sightseeing tour of Trivandrum. Visit Padmanabha Swamy temple, Napier Museum, Kuthira Malika Palace, and the beautiful Trivandrum Zoo. Explore the lively markets and indulge in some shopping for handicrafts and spices. Enjoy a visit to the scenic Kovalam Beach, known for its golden sands and clear waters. Overnight stay in Trivandrum.

After breakfast, drive to Kanyakumari. Only place in south asia where one can watch both the sunrise and sunset at the same point and the meeting place of Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal, and Arabian sea. Enroute visit Azhimala Siva Temple. Check in to the hotel. Visit Kumariamman temple,Vivekananda Memorial Rock, Thiruvalluvar Statue, Triveni Sangam. Enjoy the sunset at sunset view point.Overnight stay at the hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Rameswaram,dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva located on Rameswaram island in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is also one of the twelve Jyotirlinga temples.The temple has the longest corridor among all Hindu temples in India. It was built by King Muthuramalinga Sethupathiy.[1][2] The temple, located in Rameswaram, is considered a holy pilgrimage site for Shaivites, Vaishnavites and Smarthas. Overnight stay at the hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Madurai, one of the oldest cities of the country. Check into the hotel Later go sightseeing. Culturally rich with ancient traditions, historical significance and natural beauty, Madurai is the city that represents the spirit of Tamil Nadu. It is the place of architectural wonders with each temple, each monument speaking a story. Visit Meenakshi Amman temple, Tirumalanaikar palace museum, Tappakulam. Overnight stay in the hotel.

After breakfast, if time permits go shopping or cover the sightseeing not covered before. Later drive to airport/railway station for departure. The tour concludes with the sweet memories.

Guide to Planning a 16 Nights 17 Days Kerala Tour Package: Precautions, Tips, and Essential Advice

Planning a 16 nights 17 days tour package in Kerala promises an extensive exploration of this diverse and enchanting state. Here are some key considerations to keep in mind before selecting your itinerary:

1. Define Your Itinerary Needs

  • Precaution: Ensure the itinerary covers all the regions and experiences you wish to include. Kerala offers a variety of landscapes, from backwaters to hill stations and beaches.
  • Tip: Opt for a mix of popular destinations like Cochin, Munnar, Alleppey, Thekkady, and lesser-known gems for a balanced experience.

2. Accommodation Standards

  • Precaution: Verify the accommodation standards and options available throughout the journey. Quality can vary widely, especially in remote areas.
  • Tip: Read recent reviews and check photos of hotels or resorts to ensure they meet your expectations of comfort and amenities.

3. Transportation and Travel Times

  • Precaution: Kerala’s diverse landscapes mean varying travel times between destinations. Plan for potential delays due to traffic or weather conditions.
  • Tip: Choose a package that offers comfortable transportation options and minimizes long stretches of travel on consecutive days.

4. Inclusions and Exclusions

  • Precaution: Carefully review what’s included in the package (meals, activities, entrance fees) and what is not. Hidden costs can significantly impact your budget.
  • Tip: Opt for packages that offer transparency in pricing and include essential experiences without additional charges.

5. Weather Considerations

  • Precaution: Kerala’s weather varies across regions and seasons. Be prepared for humidity, rain, or cooler temperatures depending on when you travel.
  • Tip: Check the best time to visit each destination included in your itinerary to optimize your experience and avoid unfavorable weather conditions.

6. Local Cultural Sensitivities

  • Precaution: Respect local customs and traditions. Kerala has a rich cultural heritage, and it’s important to dress and behave appropriately, especially in religious sites.
  • Tip: Research basic etiquette and dress codes to ensure you’re respectful of local norms and customs throughout your journey.

7. Health and Safety

  • Precaution: Kerala is generally safe for travelers, but health precautions are essential. Ensure you have necessary vaccinations and medications.
  • Tip: Carry a basic first aid kit and stay hydrated. Use mosquito repellent and take precautions against food and waterborne illnesses.

8. Travel Insurance

  • Precaution: Consider purchasing travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and lost luggage.
  • Tip: Verify coverage details and exclusions before purchasing insurance to ensure it meets your specific travel needs.

9. Local Cuisine and Dietary Needs

  • Precaution: Kerala offers diverse culinary delights, including seafood and spicy dishes. Communicate any dietary restrictions or allergies in advance.
  • Tip: Try local specialties but exercise caution with street food. Choose reputable restaurants recommended by locals or your tour operator.

10. Tour Operator Reputation

  • Precaution: Research tour operators thoroughly. Read reviews, ask for recommendations, and verify their credentials and customer service record.
  • Tip: Choose a reputable operator known for quality service, knowledgeable guides, and responsiveness to customer needs throughout the journey.

Planning a 16 nights 17 days tour package in Kerala requires careful consideration of these factors to ensure a smooth and memorable experience. By taking these precautions and following these tips, you can make the most of your journey through Kerala’s captivating landscapes, rich culture, and warm hospitality.

Package inclusions
  • Accommodation in rooms in hotels
  • Private AC houseboat in Alleppey
  • All transfers as per the itinerary by one AC private vehicle
  • sightseeing in AC private vehicle
Package Exclusions
  • Airfare to and from Kerala
  • Any personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • Any meals or activities not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel insurance
  • Any additional expenses due to unforeseen circumstances such as flight delays, natural calamities, etc.
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