Kerala Tour Packages

Thekkady, Idukki,Kochi,Alleppey,Munnar,Kovalam




10 days

Tour Type

Begin your Kerala adventure in Kochi with your first glimpse of this magical state. Kochi, a bustling city, will enchant you with its rich historical and cultural heritage. From there, Imagine the lush tea plantations of Munnar, where the fragrance of cherry blossoms and Neela Kurunji flowers fill the air. Explore Kundala Dam or camp at Top Station to taste Munnar’s beauty.

Now, venture to Thekkady, with vibrant spice plantations and captivating experiences. Discover the ancient art of Kalaripayattu martial arts at Kadathanadan Kalari Center or explore the untamed Periyar National Park with free-roaming elephants and elusive tigers.

Lastly, visit Alleppey, the ‘Venice of the East.’ Stroll along glistening sands, explore the Alappuzha Sea Bridge, and witness the annual Snake Boat Race. Our blog will guide you through these destinations, sharing the best times to visit, local cuisines, and incredible experiences with SoToGo as your perfect companion for an unforgettable Kerala journey.


Arrive At Cochin and Proceed to Local Sightseeing

  • Arrival at Cochin International Airport.
  • Collect your bags and proceed to the Cochin city centre.
  • Check-in at the hotel.
  • Enjoy breakfast and take some rest.
  • Explore Cochin at your own pace or hire a cab.
  • Visit Mattancherry Palace, St. Francis Church, and more.
  • Relish lunch at a Malabari restaurant.
  • Stroll along the Marine Drive and enjoy the sunset.
  • Watch a Kathakali dance at Kerala Folklore and Theatre Museum.

Cochin - Munnar

On day 2, you will,

  • After breakfast, proceed to Munnar.
  • Enjoy the scenic beauty of tea plantations, valleys, and mountains.
  • Visit the Cheeyappara & Valara waterfalls.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.

Munnar Sightseeing

On day 3, you will,

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Visit Mattupetty Dam, Shola forests, and trekking areas.
  • Explore Kundala Dam, Echo Point & Pothamedu View Point.
  • Enjoy the beauty of tea, coffee, and cardamom plantations.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.

Transfer from Munnar to Thekkady - “The origin of India.”

On day 4, you will,

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Proceed to Thekkady.
  • Visit Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary to observe wild animals.
  • Explore Mullaperiyar Dam and local spice plantations.
  • Enjoy a boat cruise on the lake.
  • Choose from various outdoor activities or relaxation options.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel in Thekkady.

Thekkady to Alleppey(Alappuzha)

On day 5, you will,

  • After breakfast, check out and travel to Alleppey.
  • Check into your hotel/houseboat.
  • Enjoy backwater cruising through canals, paddy fields, and coconut lagoons.
  • Overnight stay in Alleppey.

Departure from Alleppey

On day 6, you will,

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Check out and transfer to Cochin airport for departure.


The inclusions in our Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey Tour Packages From Kerala are:

  • Accommodation and food.
  • Transportation.
  • Kochi Tour
  • Munnar Tour
  • Thekkady Tour
  • Allepey Tour

The exclusions in our Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey Tour Packages From Kerala are:

  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Entrance fees/Extra activities (Except City Tour)
  • Entrance fees, Charges for Activities
  • Inner wildlife permit
  • Camera Costs, Activity Fees & all other expenditures which are of a personal nature
  • Early Check-in/ Late Checkout & Any Extra Meals

Why Choose Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey?

Kochi is an irresistible travel destination. Its historic streets and vibrant culture tell captivating stories of the past. The iconic Chinese fishing nets and the enchanting charm of Fort Kochi invite exploration. And the seafood here? It’s a mouthwatering journey in itself. Choose Kochi for an unforgettable encounter with history, culture, and flavours that will leave a lasting imprint on your soul. 

Munnar is a beautiful place in Kerala, a state in India. Tall mountains surround it called the Western Ghats. A lush green tea plantation extends forever in Munnar. The climate is cool and pleasant, and the views are breathtaking. Munnar is the perfect place to start your Kerala journey if you love nature and want a break from city life.

Thekkady is close to Munnar, and it’s a whole new adventure. It’s home to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can see amazing animals like elephants, tigers, and many birds. Safaris in the jungle and boat rides are available to explore the wildlife. Thekkady’s rugged landscape and the diverse plants and animals make it an excellent place for people who love nature and adventure. It’s different from the calm beauty of Munnar, and that’s what makes it exciting.

Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is where you can experience the unique beauty of Kerala’s backwaters. You can float in unique houseboats through canals, lagoons, and lakes. It’s a peaceful and relaxing experience, and you can learn about the local way of life. Visiting Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey give you a taste of what Kerala offers. Whether you’re a nature lover, an adventure enthusiast, or someone looking for a peaceful escape, these three places have something for everyone, making your Kerala journey unforgettable.

Attractive Spots In Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey


Begin your Kerala adventure in the bustling city of Kochi, your gateway to the wonders of this beautiful state. Touching down at Cochin International Airport, you’ll instantly sense the excitement. Your first day in Kochi is a perfect opportunity to delve into the city’s rich historical and cultural heritage. Visit the renowned Mattancherry Palace and St. Francis Church, immersing yourself in the captivating tales of the past. Indulge in delicious Malabari cuisine for lunch, offering a tantalising preview of the culinary delights that await you on this journey. As the sun sets, stroll along the picturesque Marine Drive and enjoy a mesmerising Kathakali dance performance at the Kerala Folklore and Theatre Museum.


Imagine a place where nature’s artistry unfolds before your eyes and adventure beckons at every corner. A dream destination awaits you in Munnar, cradled in the Western Ghats of Kerala. At Kundala Dam, the air is filled with the delicate fragrance of cherry blossoms and the rare Neela Kurunji flowers, creating a magical backdrop for boat rides and strolls through tea plantations. Venture to Lockhart Gap, a heart-shaped wonder just 12 km from Munnar, where panoramic views and scenic sunsets make every moment unforgettable.

Top Station is a slice of heaven for camping enthusiasts and trekkers, offering overnight camping experiences amid the lush embrace of tea plantations. At an elevation of 3,000 feet, the Rose Garden unveils an array of rare flower species, seasonal fruits, and vegetables, providing the perfect setting for leisurely activities like reading, singing, and bird-watching. The Nilgiri Tahr and the famous Neelakurinji flowers of Eravikulam National Park demonstrate the diversity of nature.

Lakkam Waterfalls, originating from a plateau, invites you to swim, hike along the stony paths, and dip in the natural pool. Suppose you’re a nature lover and an adventure seeker. In that case, Nyayamkadu Waterfalls promise picturesque views of Anamudi Peak, a rendezvous with Nilgiri Tahrs, and a unique opportunity to interact with the little fish in the pool. Munnar’s diverse attractions create an irresistible temptation for those searching for a perfect travel destination, where every moment is an exquisite blend of tranquillity, adventure, and nature’s wonders.


Welcome to Thekkady, where every moment is a vivid stroke on the canvas of unforgettable journeys. The first stop was Murikkady, an idyllic picnic spot surrounded by sprawling spice plantations adorned with coffee, pepper, and cardamom. With no timing constraints or entry fees, it’s a feast for your senses.

For the spirited traveller, the Kadathanadan Kalari Center is your gateway to the ancient art of Kalaripayattu martial arts. Here, you don’t just watch; you immerse yourself in a rich cultural legacy. Feel the adrenaline coursing through your veins as you venture from basic to advanced levels of martial arts. If you crave adventure, Periyar National Park is your jungle playground. This wildlife haven is home to free-roaming elephants and the elusive tiger, offering safaris, rafting, and trekking.

The enchanting aroma of exotic cardamom hangs in the air in Vandanmedu, where cardamom auctions enthral your senses. You’ll find lush greenery and tranquil waterfalls at Pandikuzhi, a captivating hill station surrounded by natural beauty. Best of all? There are no entry fees or pesky timing restrictions.

Chellarkovil Viewpoint unfolds before you, revealing sweeping vistas and ethereal sunsets. Venture into the bamboo forest for an experience of profound serenity. As you journey deeper into the woods, you’ll find the Mangla Devi Temple, nestled within the heart of nature. It’s an opportunity for a peaceful walk amidst the woods, with the potential to spot elusive wildlife.

Kumily, a serene village a mere 4 km from Thekkady, rests among verdant hills and lush plantations. Kumily is the sanctuary for rejuvenation and relaxation without constraints on timing or entry fees. And if you’re in awe of nature’s wonders, the Mullaperiyar Dam stands as a testament. The cascading waters from its 155-foot height offer enchanting views of wildlife and the serene Periyar Lake, all within the embrace of the awe-inspiring Periyar Tiger Reserve. 

Thekkady, where adventure dances with serenity, crafting the ultimate travel destination. Whether your heart beats for the thrill of wildlife safaris, the serenity of nature’s embrace, or the allure of local culture, Thekkady has you covered. Write your travel diary about it.


It introduces Alappuzha, where the beach’s glistening sands and crystal-clear waters set the stage for unforgettable sunrises. As you stroll along the shoreline, discover the remnants of the Alappuzha Sea Bridge, offering a fascinating glimpse into the region’s rich history. It’s no wonder Alappuzha is often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’—its romantic appeal is undeniable.

Are you seeking spiritual and architectural beauty? Make your way to St. Andrew’s Basilica Arthunkal, the most prominent shrine of St. Sebastian globally, with a history dating back to the 16th century. Located near Arthunkal Beach, this site holds spiritual significance and showcases remarkable architectural craftsmanship.

Venture to the village of Karumadi near Alappuzha to encounter a remarkable black granite statue of Sri Buddha believed to possess healing powers. Here, you’ll find various local restaurants serving indigenous spices and delectable South Indian cuisine. While in the area, make time for the serene Marari Beach, a tranquil destination near a sleepy village with golden sands and crystal-clear waters. Its picturesque sunrises and sunsets set the stage for romantic moments, earning it a spot on National Geographic’s list of the world’s top five Hammock Beaches.

Alappuzha offers more than just beaches. Visit the Edathua Church, a famous religious site with annual feasts in May that draw Christian and non-Christian pilgrims. Its beautiful surroundings of agricultural lands and rice farms make it a place of historical and spiritual significance. For those seeking adventure, the Pandavan Rock beckons with its breathtaking caves and rock carvings associated with the Mahabharata epic. Adjacent to the Kallada Dam, this site provides opportunities for picnics and exploration.

Embark on a bird-watching adventure at Pathiramanal, a small lake island in Lake Vembanad, where local and migratory bird species captivate nature enthusiasts in a tranquil setting. As you explore the Vembanad Lake, Kerala’s longest lake, prepare for a unique backwater experience with boat cruises and houseboat trips. Take advantage of the annual Snake Boat Race held here in August. This major attraction showcases the region’s rich cultural heritage.

Lastly, immerse yourself in the captivating village of Champakulam along the Pampa River, where paddy fields and coconut trees create a picturesque backdrop. Moolam Boat Races are one of Kerala’s oldest traditions in Champakulam. It houses the historic Champakulam Church, one of India’s oldest churches. These remarkable attractions collectively make Alappuzha a perfect destination for your next travel adventure.

Food in Kochi, Munnar Thekkady, and Alleppey

In Kochi, where cultures converge, the food scene is a vibrant tapestry of flavours. Spice markets fill the air with exotic aromas, and street vendors offer treats like crispy “samosas” and savoury “vada.” Seafood shines here, with dishes like fragrant “meen moilee” and crispy “Karimeen Pollichathu.” Don’t miss the traditional Kerala “Sadhya,” a grand feast on a banana leaf. Kochi’s food tells a story of history and culture, a tempting adventure for your palate as you explore this captivating city.

Munnar’s culinary scene is a symphony of flavours set amidst its stunning natural beauty. Start your day with the freshest tea plucked from the lush plantations. Dive into the rich traditions of Kerala cuisine with fiery seafood curries, hearty vegetarian feasts, and comforting chicken stew. And if you’re craving variety, discover fusion delights like momos with a view. In Munnar, every dish tells a story, enriching your travel experience with delightful taste sensations that complement the breathtaking landscape. It’s a gastronomic journey that’s as captivating as the scenery itself.

Thekkady is a paradise for spice enthusiasts, offering a glimpse into the world of pepper, cardamom, and cloves. You can explore bustling spice markets and even witness the traditional methods of spice cultivation. When it comes to dining, savour the local cuisine, rich in coconut and aromatic spices, with dishes like Karimeen Pollichathu, a delightful preparation of pearl spot fish, and tender banana chips that make for an irresistible snack. Remember to try the traditional Kerala Sadhya, a sumptuous feast served on a banana leaf, showcasing an array of flavours. As you dine amidst the lush greenery, with the sounds of wildlife in the background, you’ll discover that in Thekkady, the food isn’t just a meal; it’s a journey into the heart of Kerala’s natural and culinary treasures.

Alleppey, often called the “Venice of the East,” offers a delectable blend of backwaters and cuisine bound to enchant your taste buds. The town’s culinary scene is a masterpiece of simplicity and authenticity. Here, fresh catch from the backwaters takes centre stage, and seafood lovers are in for a treat with dishes like Karimeen Pollichathu, where succulent pearl spot fish is marinated in spices and roasted to perfection. Alleppey is also famous for its luscious duck curry, a delightful melange of flavours that pairs beautifully with appam, a soft and spongy rice pancake. And if you’re a fan of coconut, be prepared for a love affair, as Alleppey’s cuisine features it generously, infusing dishes with the rich creaminess synonymous with Kerala food. As you dine overlooking the serene backwaters, you’ll find that in Alleppey, every meal celebrates the region’s natural bounty and culinary artistry, making it a gastronomic journey you will remember. 

Perfect Time To Visit Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey

As for Kochi, this cultural melting pot is a year-round destination. Each season offers something unique to explore. However, the months from November to February, when the weather is comparatively cold and more relaxing, are particularly inviting for a visit.

Munnar’s allure is irresistible from October to March. During this enchanting period, the landscape is a vibrant tapestry of tea plantations and blooming flowers, and the weather is comfortably cool. Whether exploring the hills or savouring freshly plucked tea, the clear skies and thriving wildlife add to the magic. Please take advantage of this season; it’s Munnar at its finest.

Thekkady casts its spell most enticingly from October to February. During this season, the landscape is lush, and the air is crisp. Spice markets beckon, offering an aromatic journey through cardamom, cloves, and pepper. Savour mouthwatering dishes like Karimeen Pollichathu and a variety of coconut-infused delights. Plan your visit during these months for an unforgettable journey into this aromatic paradise. 

Alleppey, the “Venice of the East,” is most enchanting from November to February. The backwaters are calm, the weather is delightful, and the luscious duck curry awaits. Take advantage of this season to embrace Alleppey’s serene beauty and unique charm. 

Terms and Conditions

The terms and conditions of our Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey TourPackages From Kerala are:


  • You must provide an initial deposit at the time of booking.
  • You have to pay the remaining amount before the departure date.


  • We accept payments from several sources, including credit/debit cards and bank transfers. We will send the payment at the time of reservation.
  • You must pay extra if you want to take advantage of any optional tours or services.


  • If unforeseen circumstances force us to postpone or modify your tour, we will collaborate with you to identify substitutes. We will issue refunds if necessary.
  • A quicker refund is what you will receive if you cancel early.

Health Precautions:

  • Make sure you are sufficiently healthy to participate in the tour’s activities. Medically disadvantaged travellers should see a physician before booking.
  • Ensure you are in good health and fit for the various activities on the tour. Those with certain medical conditions should speak with their doctor before making a reservation.

Travel Insurance

  • Purchasing travel insurance will protect you against unanticipated medical expenses, trip cancellations, and misplaced or stolen luggage. Responsibility
  • We take every precaution to guarantee your safety and comfort. While on the tour, we cannot be held responsible for theft, loss, or damage.
  • People should behave responsibly, travel cautiously, and respect local customs and laws.

Traveller Conduct

  • Every visitor should act sensibly and show consideration for other travellers, the environment, and the area’s customs.
  • Travellers should be respectful of other travellers’ needs and behave sensibly.

Why SoToGo?

At SoToGo, we are passionate about creating immersive and unforgettable experiences in Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey. We take pride in our in-depth local knowledge and a team of expert guides dedicated to showcasing the heart and soul of these incredible destinations. Our unwavering commitment to your safety and comfort ensures you can freely explore. Whether you’re an adventure enthusiast, a cultural explorer, or a nature lover, our meticulously crafted packages cater to your specific interests and desires. Join us to embark on a journey that will lead you to hidden gems, vibrant traditions, and mouthwatering cuisine, all while creating lasting memories. SoToGo isn’t just a travel agency; we are your gateway to an authentic, personalised adventure designed to make your Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey Tour Packages From Kerala exceptional.


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