Keep your soul transfixed with the fairyland and hip-hopping with the cosmopolitan culture with the Munnar cochin tour packages.
3 hours 45 minutes drive from Cochin to Munnar is a wonder trip. Enroute Cochin to Munnar your ears are filled with the sweet music of gushing waterfalls cascading down the mountains to the valley. A small detour to the Cheeyappara and Valara waterfalls is worth the drive. The refreshing spray of the water drops from the falls and a picture capture with the falls in the backdrop is worth it.
As we approach Munnar you, you can see rolling mountains dotted with tea plantations. The misty mountains and rare wildlife in Munnar tourist places are a sight to behold.
A slow stroll through the Munnar Tea Museum is a learning experience. You can taste harvested tea along with an educational expedition through the museum about the tea production in olden days.
A nature lover always gets excited about some beautiful scenery and wildlife. Eravikulam National Park is home to a lot of rare animals like Nilgiri Tahr. The national park is carpeted with the most beautiful Neelakurinji Flowers once every twelve years. Every tour agency is overloaded with tour bookings from all over the world during this season. Mattupetty dam is an artificial dam where wild elephants sightings are frequent. Adventurous souls can go for speed boating on the dam.
Have you ever enjoyed the fun of mountains echoing back your name? Well, Echo Point is a point in Munnar where you can experience this phenomenon. Kundala Dam is another sport for adventure enthusiast to enjoy speed boating, rafting etc. If your eyes still yearn to get mesmerised by the spread of blue Neelakurinji flowers, A trek up to Top station is all you need to do.
A small drive from Munnar to Marayoor is worth taking. Marayoor is a magical destination lost in time. The reduced rain rainfall makes the destination perfect for sandalwood trees. The Marayoor sandalwood forest lies pristine and heavenly. If you love to get a taste of your ancient forefathers, Marayoor caves dated back to the Neolithic period is must see.
Trek to Thoovanam Falls into the jungle replenishes your soul.
After a heavy dose of nature and adventure, it's time for some city life. A drive back from Munnar to Cochin takes you to the near to the Arabian Sea. Cochin is famously known as Queen of Arabian Sea. Cochin has a culture influenced by Portuguese, Dutch, British etc. You spot these evidently in the architecture, streets and even food.
A blend of both local and foreign culture can be spotted in the city. Experience the authentic Kerala life and culture in historic places like Hill place Museum & Folklore museum.
Marvel at the momentums built by the architects from a foreign land by visiting the Synagogue. St. Francis Church, and Santa Cruz Basilica. Visit the Chinese Fishing Nets in the evening to experience first hand how to catch fish and later ask the local shacks to prepare it for you. Finish off your trip with a splendid dinner by the seashore.