- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
Day 1, 2: Kochi
The ancient seaport of Kochi is one of Kerala’s most delightful cities. Here you may either relax or stroll through the old town’s maze of small streets and experience Fort Kochi’s colonial flair. In the evening we would recommend you to go for a little walk along the coastal path where you can enjoy an amazing sunset by the famous Chinese fishing nets.
Day 3, 4, 5: Munnar
A 4-hour drive will take you to the cool hill station of Munnar. On an easy walk of 1 to 2 hours we will walk through the lush tea plantations while watching the local tea leaf pickers doing their work. The area offers good chances of watching wildlife. Spotting different kinds of rare birds and animals, some of them being endemic to the region, will certainly be a very rewarding experience.
Day 6, 7: Periyar
We leave the highlands of Munnar behind us and head to the Periyar Tiger Reserve. The closest you can get to the forest and its wildlife is exploring the area on foot. On our day-walks which are organised by the local communities, we will have very good chances of spotting different kinds of wildlife.
Day 8, 9, 10: Thodupuzha
We will now make our way to the foothills of the mountains and will be greeted by the sprawling rubber estates, spice gardens, paddy fields and the greenery of the Keralan plains. Our destination is an organic spice plantation villa set upon the banks of the Kannadi river. Here in this organic farm, spices and ayurvedic herbs are grown besides fruit trees like papaya, mangoes, jackfruits and numerous other tropical delights.
Day 11: Alleppey
Our next destination is Alleppey to embark on one of Kerala's most special forms of accommodation- the houseboat. Silently cruising through the enchanting canals and lagoons that make up the beautiful backwaters of Kerala and passing through remote villages, we can relax and take in the beauty of the backwaters which is so special to Kerala!
Day 12, 13: the Backwaters
Today we will disembark the houseboat and transfer the short distance to a villa set on the banks of the backwaters – a heritage villa replete with its own rich history of the place and people.
Day 14 : 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.
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.