Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Perfect Itinerary to Kerala – India’s Most Beguiling Destination

The tropical paradise of verdant palms pompously standing across the white beds of sands and the never-ending turquoise water, serene backwaters and unparalleled natural glory, Kerala is a beguiling state with big attractions.

The state has become a compelling stop for hordes of holiday makers taking cheap flights to India. There are number of airlines and travel agents that offer luring cheap deals and lavish holiday packages for shoestring vacationers as well as extravagant travellers. If you are making mind for Kerala tour, then do take a look at the One Week Itinerary for having a real value for the money spent on airline tickets for cheap flights to India.

Day 1 Arrive in Cochin

Land at the Cochin airport, a perfect gateway for starting the journey to God’s Own country or Kerala. Sitting in the middle of picturesque lagoons and tranquil backwaters on the Malabar Coast, the destination greets with an incredible aura and make for an enchanting place for holiday makers booking tickets on flights to India.

Day2 Cochin

Head for a morning city tour to the finest sightseeing attraction - Dutch Palace or Mattancherry Palace and witness the remarkable murals of Ramayana (a highly revered, Indian epic). Then make a beeline to St Frances Church and then travel to Fort Cochin. Return to the hotel and wallow in the virtuoso Kathakali (traditional folk dance form of Kerala) performances.

Day 3 Munnar

Leave for Munnar, the wonderful hill station fringed with Cardamom and tea plantations on the Western Ghats and oozing an unparalleled charm. Dotted with marvellous lakes, reservoirs and lush forests, Munnar is great destination for holidaymakers travelling on flights to India and descending upon the shores of Kerala.

Day 4 Periyar

Next day, after having your breakfast, leave for Periyar National Park and witness the assorted array of Elephants and multihued range of birds.

Day 5 Kumarakum

Leave for Chengnacherry (town in Kottayam district in the state of Kerala), the following day. Take a boat cruise (about 3 hours) and feast the eyes on scenic narrow canals. Spend a day at your leisure and unwind on the shores of Vembanad Lake, longest lake in India. At night, join the Riceboat and sail through the palm-fringed waterways of the Vembanad Lake. Spend the entire night on-board.

Day 6 Alappuzha

At morning de-board the houseboat in Alappuzha (Alleppey), tour the town and revel in its irresistible charm.

Day 7 Depart Trivandrum (Kovalam)

Arrive in Trivandrum and spend some time to explore this beautiful city that sits on seven hills. Head to Trivandrum airport for your flight back home.

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