An adventure filled mountain vacation along with the ranges of the Western Ghats and the informative historical city tour is what Munnar, Thekkady and Cochin sightseeing tour packages offer you.
Munnar is a land of ravishing nature and adrenaline pumping mountain trails. Blessed with abundant waterfalls surge down the misty hills watering the lush green forest and wildlife. On the way from Cochin to Munnar, Cheeyappara and Valara waterfalls spurt like a silver line among the green carpeted hills. An ideal spot for family picnics and great weekend outing filled with refreshing surrounding away from the city. A perfect spot for memorable family photos with a breathtaking backdrop. Sip your evening tea freshly manufactured from the Munnar Tea Museum. A small museum perfect to stroll around in the evening and learn the history of tea production.
Munnar is a go-to getaway for both nature lovers and adventure junkies. The Eravikulam National Park is rich with rare animal species, flora and fauna. You can get lost in the mesmerising nature around you and click some amazing pictures capturing the beauty at the moment. A small drive to the Mattupetty Dam takes you face to face with the water reservoir catering water spots like speed boating and slow boating allowing you to enjoy the charming nature. Kundala Dam, Asia’s first arch dam is surrounded by rolling hills of tea plantations and aromatic Eucalyptus trees. Echo point is s fun spot and nature's miracle where you can hear nature echoing back your voice. The top station being the highest point in Munnar gives you the heartening view of the misty mountains of Munnar.
Thekkady is a jungle road winding through rich green plantations and calm countryside. The main attraction of the jungle getaway is the Tiger reserve and the large Periyar Lake. A perfect outdoor spot for family outings on the boat. The Lockhart Gap viewpoint and Periyakanal falls offer you refreshing views that gets etched to your soul for a lifetime. The aromatic spice gardens fill you with the mouth-watering taste of the herbs and spices. The generous owners take you for a tour around the gardens explaining the medicinal benefits of the herbs.
Drive back to Cochin known as the Queen of Arabian Sea. The port city established itself as the spice trading centre witnessing traders from a different foreign land pass by. The traders left beg=hind their cultural footprints in the city in the form of architecture, food etc. The Jews Street is home to antique goods and exotic handicraft. You can walk through the streets and buy some amazing gifts for your loved one. The synagogue is one of the oldest remaining architecture housing golden crowns, Belgium Glass and Chinese Porcelain tiles.
UNESCO listed Dutch Palace as the heritage centre and it houses priceless mural paintings of Rajas of Cochin, exhibits, temple arts etc. Constructed by the Dutch as a gift to King Veera Kerala Varma. The Chinese fishing nets are worth visiting to have the first-hand experience on fishing and water cooking the fish in the nearby shack. St Francis church is one of the oldest European churches was the final resting place of Vasco Da Gama the Portuguese explorer and later was moved to Lisbon. Santa Cruz Basilica is one of the eight Basilica in Kerala located in Fort Kochi. It's one of the main attractions of Kerala Monuments and has a majestic view in its architecture.