Arrive in Munnar, a land that speaks of romance, just when you feel the cold wind brushing your shoulder. Nestled among the hills, it is a place with beautiful landscapes and climate. When you arrive in Munnar, go to your accommodation and freshen up. After a refreshing afternoon, head to nearby places to eat and sample authentic Kerala dishes, made with the best ground spices.
A heavy lunch requires good sleep. So go back to your room and take a nap. Later at night, head to Kundala Lake. Lake Kundala or known as Kundala Dam is an artificial dam.
Have fun taking boat trips and watching the rare flowers of Neelakurinji. It's the second day of your trip. Start your day a little early and head to Echo Point. Located close to the upper station, try walking to the top and enjoy the stunning view of the sunrise.
If you can't be there for the sun to rise, that's fine. The view gets better over time and you can clearly see the valleys and the thick forest that surrounds Munnar. Once you're done enjoying the view, pack your bags and head to Alleppey. Alleppey is about 5 hours' drive from Munnar.
Located near the backwaters of Kerala, the city is famous for its floating houses. What's the best way to enjoy your stay on that pier? Book your stays on one of the famous piers and enjoy your vacation in style. The backwaters of Alleppey are quiet and relaxing. Once you arrive in Alleppey, check into the hotel and head out to have fun.
Try the famous kayaking activity, which allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature while paddling through the calm waters of Kerala. Late at night, head to Alleppey Beach and enjoy the sunset in a relaxing setting. Alleppey or Azhapuzha is quite a famous monument in Kerala. It has a charming lighthouse, incredible marine life and a 139-year-old pier that is still out and working.
Take a walk along the Trail of Remembrance and learn about the history of the pier. Visit the museum, visit the nearby coffee shop and relax your mind with a cold drink or drink. If you are a spiritual sage, we suggest that you go to small temples located on almost every street in Alleppey. The temples here are full of myths and beliefs.
At night, be sure to visit the Alleppey beaches; something or other always happens on the shores of these beaches! Enjoy music, mingle with the locals and share a story. Have a good time at the campfire with your loved ones under the moon and return to your boat whenever you feel like it. It's day 4 and head to Thekkady from Alleppey. It's about a four-hour drive away but trust us when we tell you this: The trip is as picturesque as possible! Thekkady is rather a secluded place from the rest of Kerala; it is covered with thick forest, a beautiful lake and lots of birds and animals.
Be sure to arrive here before 6 p.m., otherwise you will not be allowed to enter Thekkady later at night. You can visit a tea plantation, stroll through the green tea gardens, and see how tea is made at the tea factory. Kochi is the best place to start your Kerala itinerary, as Cochin Airport is the largest airport in Kerala. Book your vacation with Pickyourtrail by choosing this 5-day and 4-night itinerary or get different packages available for Kerala.
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