A Romantic Honeymoon Tour

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Duration

5 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

02 people

Languages

English

About this tour

A romantic honeymoon getaway in Kerala, India, offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, culture, and relaxation. Here’s a 5-day itinerary for your romantic honeymoon in Kerala: – This itinerary covers some of the most romantic and picturesque destinations in Kerala, offering a mix of cultural experiences, natural beauty, and relaxation. Kerala’s serene backwaters, lush tea plantations, and beautiful coastal areas provide the perfect backdrop for a memorable honeymoon. Adjust the itinerary based on your interests and the time you have available.

Highlights

  • Tea Gardens
  • Eravikulam National Park
  • Mattupetty Dam
  • Tea Museum
  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bamboo Rafting
  • Spice Plantations
  • Kalaripayattu Show
  • Backwater Houseboats
  • Vembanad Lake
  • Alleppey Beach

Included/Excluded

  • Hotels, Meals, Cab, Sightseeing
  • Any train/ flight fare
  • Lunch and dinner chargeable Drinks at meals
  • Any personal expense (shopping or activities)
  • Visiting places entrance fees & Guide charges
  • Any services not specifically mentioned in the package
  • For long weekends and public holidays like the Deewali puja holiday, Christmas, and New Year's, the price isn't available.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Cochin (Kochi) to Munnar - The Tea Gardens

Arrive at Cochin International Airport, where you'll be greeted by the warm Kerala hospitality. drive to Munnar, a hill station known for its lush tea plantations. Check-in to a cozy hillside resort or cottage. Explore the tea gardens and enjoy a tea-tasting session. Visit the Tea Museum and learn about the history of tea cultivation in Kerala. Stroll through the town's charming streets in the evening and savor a romantic dinner.

Day 2: Explore Munnar Sightseeing

Start your day with a scenic drive to the Eravikulam National Park (Rajamalai) to spot the Nilgiri Tahr. Visit the enchanting Mattupetty Dam and go for a boat ride. Explore the Anamudi Shola National Park or indulge in some bird watching. Return to your resort for a relaxing evening with your loved one.

Day 4: Alleppey - Backwaters and Houseboat

Depart for Alleppey, the Venice of the East. Check-in to a traditional Kerala houseboat for an unforgettable backwater cruise. Sail through serene backwaters, lush paddy fields, and quaint villages. Enjoy a romantic candlelight dinner on the houseboat under the starry sky.

Day 5: Departure - Cochin (Kochi)

After breakfast on the houseboat, disembark in Alleppey.Depending on your flight schedule, you can explore Alleppey town or relax by the beach or Fort Kochi, known for its colonial architecture, Chinese fishing nets, and vibrant art scene.Visit St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India, and the nearby Santa Cruz Basilica. Explore the Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace) and the Jewish Synagogue in the Jew Town area. Take a romantic sunset cruise on the backwaters of Kochi. Depart from Cochin International Airport, cherishing the memories of your romantic honeymoon in Kerala.

Languages

English

Frequently asked questions

Must-visit attractions in Kochi include Fort Kochi, St. Francis Church, Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace), Jewish Synagogue, Chinese fishing nets, Kochi Marine Drive, and various museums and art galleries.

You can experience the backwaters of Alleppey by taking a houseboat cruise or a traditional boat ride. Houseboat cruises offer overnight stays with all amenities, while smaller boat rides are suitable for day trips.

Kerala is known for its delicious cuisine. Some popular dishes to try include appam with stew, Kerala biryani, seafood specialties like fish curry and prawn masala, banana leaf meals, and traditional sweets like payasam and halwa.

Kerala hosts various cultural events and festivals throughout the year. If your visit coincides with one, it can enhance your experience. Some famous festivals include Onam, Thrissur Pooram, and the Cochin Carnival.

When visiting religious sites, it's respectful to dress modestly. For both men and women, it's a good idea to wear clothes that cover your shoulders and knees. Carrying a scarf or shawl to cover up if needed is also a good practice.

Some popular souvenirs to buy include traditional Kerala sarees, spices, handicrafts, jewelry, and local artwork. You can find these items in local markets and shops.

Tour's Location

Kerala

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