8-Day Kerala & Goa TourBackwaters and Beaches from Kochi to Goa by Air
About 8- Day Kerala & Goa Tour
On this 8-day tour you will cruise the backwaters of enchanting Kerala and visit the Dutch Mansions, the Tomb of Vasco Da Gama and the Cheeyappara Waterfalls.
We will take a walk through the spice plantations, visit the tea museum and later, during the Goa cruise on the Mandovi River, you will enjoy the sight of beautiful churches and cathedrals in this area.
take some time to unwind on lovely beaches, enjoy seafood and a massage.
Your guide will meet you at the hotel in Koch at 7:30 am. At 8:30 am begings a start a full-day, where we will be visiting Fort Cochin, the Tomb of Vasco Da Gama, the Dutch mansions, churches, the Jewish Synagogue, Jew Street and Wellington Island.
At 7 pm we will be returning to the hotel fo dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast we will travel from Kochi to Munnar and visit the spice plantations, Valara,the Cheeyappara Waterfalls, Karadippara Viewpoint and the Tea Museum.
Upon arrival in Munnar, we will check in in the hotel, for dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast we will be visiting Mudupetty Dam, Echo Point and Kundala Lake, where we will stay overnight.
After breakfast and hotel check out will be heading to Thekkady. This is a 4-hour drive through the panoramic western mountain ranges, covered with plantations, occasional waterfalls and streams.
we will check-in in our hotel in Tekkady and enjoy dinner and overnight stay.
We will be leaving early in the morning for a 6-hour drive from Thekkady to Alleppey.
Upon arrival in Alleppey, will we check-in to a lovely houseboat to cruise the Vembanadu Lake. We eill be visiting the beach, walk through the colorful bazaars, and get back to the hotel in the evening to enjoy dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.
Check out from the hotel will be at 10am, to drive to the airport in Cochin to take the flight to Goa. Upon arrival in Goa and after check-in to the hotel, you will enjoy an
Ayurvedic massage, followed by dinner and overnight stay.
After an early breakfast we will be taking a cruise on the Mandovi River. An experience that will allow you to dive in the grandeur of Old Goa, with its beautiful churches and cathedrals.
When returning to the hotel, you will get an Ayurvedic massage before dinner.
Day 8 : Goa
On the last day of your tour, we will be visiting Aramol and Anjuna beaches. After the visit to these two awesome beaches, we will drive to the Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary at Chirao. We will enjoy the beatiful sunset over the Arabian Sea. After sunset, we will return to the hotel for dinner.
After dinner we will transfer you to your hotel in Panjim, Goa.
- 7 nights accommodation
- One-way airfare from Kochi to Dabolim, Goa
- Hotel pickup in Kochi
- Hotel drop-off in Panjim, Goa
- All meals: Breakfasts, lunches and dinners
- Entrance fees
- National Park fees
- Bottled water
- Local guide
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Photography charges
- Alcoholic drinks
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours after booking, subject to availability
- Minimum number of persons per booking: 2
- Maximum number of persons per booking: 9
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- You are kindly requested to advise of any specific diet requirements when booking the tour.
- A Vegetarian Menu option is available. It should be requested when booking the tour.
- We recommend to bring walking shoes, as the tour involves a moderate amount of walking.
- Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair
IHCT Heritage & Adventure Tours Mahal Khandela Hotel Group Khandela Wellness Resort Ambershanti Global
Tourism Planner since 1976, Singh is widely traveled, a wild-life enthusiast, horseman, mountaineer, environmentalist and gourmet. He & several of his relations from royal families own & operate lovely boutique hotels & resorts in India where you would be warmly welcomed and personally looked after.
His wife is a social entrepreneur and conducts study tours in India for volunteers, students and teachers from all over the world.
Singh is a scion of the royal family of Khandela. The photographs displayed along side are some of his ancestors in regalia. They were great patrons of music & dance, paintings, culinary arts and were themselves gracious hosts. The tradition continues.