Kerala-God’s Own Country

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Price
₹12500 per person
Duration
5 Days
Destination
Kerala
Travellers
2+

Land Of Coconuts Jewel Of South India

Kerala is filled with natural beauty which attracts lot of tourist. There are beautiful waterfalls in Kerala It's surrounded with lush green forest there are temples ,museum ,Sanctuaries ,beaches and backwaters.
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Kerala is a charms that filters glades of palm trees, shimmering beaches, dense forests, rocky coasts, and calm peaceful rivers. It has an amazing backwaters, beautiful rice fields, It is rich in wildlife, coconut trees, coffee and rubber plantations, and spices such as cardamom, pepper, turmeric and ginger. Banana is a manditory essential to the culture of Kerala. It is consumed as food and medicine, and also used in rituals and ceremonies and offered to gods in prayer.

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Destination
Price includes
  • 3 Star Accommodation
  • All Taxes included
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • House Boat Stay
  • Local Sightseeing
  • Local Transfer by A/c pvt Cab
  • Non-Alcoholic drink on arrival
  • Price per person on twin sharing
  • Swimming Pool
Price does not include
  • Adventure Fee's Pay directly if Required
  • Lunch
  • Personal expenses
  • Personal Shopping
  • Tourist Place Entry if Required

Architecture of the Ages

Barcelona’s architectural treasures span 2000-plus years. Towering temple columns, ancient city walls and subterranean stone corridors provide a window into Roman-era Barcino. Fast forward a thousand years or so to the Middle Ages by taking a stroll through the shadowy lanes of the Gothic quarter, past tranquil plazas and soaring 14th-century cathedrals. In other parts of town bloom the sculptural masterpieces of Modernisme, a mix of ingenious and whimsical creations by Gaudí and his Catalan architectural contemporaries. Barcelona has also long inspired artists, including Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró, both of whom have major Barcelona museums devoted to their works.

A Moveable Feast

The masters of molecular gastronomy – Albert Adrià, Carles Abellan et al – are part of the long and celebrated tradition of Catalan cooking. Simple, flavourful ingredients – seafood, jamón (cured ham), market-fresh produce – are transformed into remarkable delicacies and then served in captivating settings. Feast on hearty, rich paella at an outdoor table overlooking the sea or step back to the 1920s at an elegant art nouveau dining room. Barcelona’s wide-ranging palate adds further complexity: Basque-style tapas bars, Galician seafood taverns, avant-garde Japanese restaurants and sinful chocolate shops are all essential parts of the culinary landscape.

Under the Iberian Sun

The deep blue Mediterranean beckons. Sun-drenched beaches make a fine backdrop to a jog, bike ride or long leisurely stroll along the seaside – followed by a refreshing dip. You can also enjoy the view from out on the water while kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding or taking it easy on a sunset cruise. Looming behind the city, the rolling forest-covered Collserola hills provide a scenic setting for hiking, mountain biking or just admiring the view. Closer to the city centre, hilltop Montjuïc offers endless exploring amid botanic and sculpture gardens, an old castle and first-rate museums with panoramic views at every turn.

Twenty-four-hour Party People

The night holds limitless possibilities in Barcelona. Start with sunset drinks on a panoramic terrace or dig your heels in the sand at a rustic beachside chiringuito (bar). As darkness falls, live music transforms the city: the rapid-fire rhythms of flamenco, brassy jazz spilling out of basements, and hands-in-the-air indie-rock at vintage concert halls. Towards midnight the bars fill. Take your pick from old-school taverns adorned with 19th-century murals, plush lounges in lamp-lit medieval chambers or boisterous cava bars. If you’re still standing at 3am, hit the clubs and explore Barcelona’s unabashed wild side.

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  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • DAy 5
Day 1

Welcome to Kerala & Stay at Munnar

Arrival and check in

Day 2

Munnar Sightseeing

Local Sightseeing

Day 3

Thekkady

Local Tour at Thekkady

Day 4

House boat stay

House boat stay

DAy 5

Departure

More about Kerala

Kerala is a charms that filters glades of palm trees, shimmering beaches, dense forests, rocky coasts, and calm peaceful rivers. It has an amazing backwaters, beautiful rice fields, It is rich in wildlife, coconut trees, coffee and rubber plantations, and spices such as cardamom, pepper, turmeric and ginger. Banana is a manditory essential to the culture of Kerala. It is consumed as food and medicine, and also used in rituals and ceremonies and offered to gods in prayer.

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Kerala-God's Own Country

Price
₹12500 per person
Duration
5 Days
Destination
Kerala
Travellers
2+

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