- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
Day 1 : Fort Kochi
We will check into a Heritage Hotel right in the midst of Fort Kochi and discover this historic city of ancient churches, synagogues and palaces. In the evening we will attend a traditional dance performance - Kathakali
Day 2 : Rice boat
We travel to Alleppey to embark on one of Kerala's special accommodation - the Houseboat. This will be an ever memorable cruise through the lagoons, lakes and rivers that make up the beautiful backwaters of Kerala.
Day 3, 4: By the backwaters
We would be spending the next couple of days at a riverside heritage home near Alleppey, by the beautiful waterways and backwaters of the Kuttanad region. This heritage home is located on an island resplendent with exotic flora, breathtaking flowers, myriad birds and butterflies to make a memorable holiday, affordable and unforgettable. A truly wonderful way to spend your time on the banks of the backwaters of Kerala! You can roam around the local village, go canoeing with your friendly boatman or watch the toddy tappers at work. There is also the opportunity to visit the ancient local temples or the old church along the backwaters. If you are in the mood to learn a little of Keralan cooking, you have come to the right place.
Day 5: At a Spice Villa.
We will move to a home stay tucked away in the interiors of Kerala, by the foothills of the Western Ghats. Professor Jose and his family live in the farm – an organic farm with goats, cows and buffaloes, pigs and chicken, turkeys, ducks and guineas fowls. From the patio of your room you can see the mountains of the Western Ghats. This is indeed a retreat into quiet village solitude. A walk through the countryside, through rubber plantations or to the nearby river is salve to the tired senses. It is an ideal place to get a ringside view of growing spices or learn a little about the organic farming.
Day 6 : Depart
End of tour
Visitors to India must obtain a Visa before departure. All visa information is subject to change. You should confirm all visa related issues with the nearest Indian Embassy/ High Commission/ Consular Office for the same.
Airport or departure taxes are not applicable if you depart from Kochi.
You can exchange your money at most major towns. ATMs are found in most Keralan towns. Credit cards are not accepted during this tour.
It’s advisable to take personal travel insurance policy to cover against sickness, accident, loss of baggage, unexpected alterations to travel arrangements and travel disruption, cancellations, etc.
Internet Access: Internet cafes are generally available throughout the region.
The South Indian subcontinent is tropical - warm, humid and often wet. During the main monsoon, (July to September) there is heavy rain. Best time to visit Kerala is from October-March.
Food is a very important part of these journeys and we have ensured that the Kerala Cuisine is a part of this adventure besides both North Indian & South Indian food - vegetarian and non vegetarian. All meals and bottled mineral water are provided on all days. Any special food requirements could be met if sufficient notice is given.
We hope to be trend setters in the area of responsible tourism; we are genuinely committed to issues of conservation and fully respect the dignity of the communities that we have the privilege to interact with.