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SOUTH INDIA TOUR ( 6 DAYS TOUR )

Day 1 Arrive Bangalore
Arrive Bangalore and stay one night in city, leisure at the hotel. PM brief sightseeing of the city.
Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia's fastest growing cosmopolitan city. It is home to some of the most high tech industries in India. Blessed with a salubrious climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs.

Day 2 Bangalore to Mysore – 150kms
In the morning depart to Mysore, check into the hotel relax, PM S/S, Places of interest include the colourful markets and the Nandi temple etc.

Day 3 Mysore
Today visit Maharaja’s Palace & outside Mysore visit Srirangapatna and the Kesava Temple at Somnathpur.

Day 4 Mysore to Ooty – 160Kms
In the morning depart to Ooty, enroute visit Bandipur National Park, check into the hotel at Ooty & relax, stay overnight at hotel.
Ooty is the "Queen of hill stations" & it is situated at an altitude of 2,240 meters above sea level, Ooty famous for its lofty mountains, dense forest, sprawling grasslands and miles and miles of tea gardens & a cool weather.

Day 5 Ooty
In the morning go in the Toy Train on the Nilgiri mountain for the 2 - 3hour journey. Rising through spectacular scenery the train slowly climbs the narrow line locking in to a special cog for the steeper slopes. Afternoon at leisure in Ooty and stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 6 Ooty to Coimbatore – 100kms Check out from the hotel & travel to Coimbatore airport to board flight to your onward journey.

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SOUTH INDIA TOUR ( 6 DAYS TOUR )

Day 1 Arrive Bangalore
Arrive Bangalore and stay one night in city, leisure at the hotel. PM brief sightseeing of the city.
Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia's fastest growing cosmopolitan city. It is home to some of the most high tech industries in India. Blessed with a salubrious climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs.

Day 2 Bangalore to Mysore – 150kms
In the morning depart to Mysore, check into the hotel relax, PM S/S, Places of interest include the colourful markets and the Nandi temple etc.

Day 3 Mysore
Today visit Maharaja’s Palace & outside Mysore visit Srirangapatna and the Kesava Temple at Somnathpur.

Day 4 Mysore to Hassan – 120kms
Today visit the Jain pilgrimage site at Sravanabelagola, noted for its 17 metre high image of Lord Gomateshvara which is cut into the rock at the top of Indragiri hill. Continue to Hassan to stay at the Hotel.

Day 5 Hassan
Visit the Hoysala temples at Belur and Halebid which are renowned for their fine sculptures and design.

Day 6 Hassan to Bangalore – 200kms
Check out from the hotel & travel to Bangalore International airport to board flight to your onward journey
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SOUTH INDIA TOUR ( 8 DAYS TOUR )


Day 1 Arrive Bangalore
Arrive Bangalore and stay one night in city, leisure at the hotel. PM brief sightseeing of the city.
Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia's fastest growing cosmopolitan city. It is home to some of the most high tech industries in India. Blessed with a salubrious climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs.

Day 2 Bangalore to Mysore – 150kms
In the morning depart to Mysore, check into the hotel relax, PM S/S, Places of interest include the colourful markets and the Nandi temple etc.

Day 3 Mysore
Today visit Maharaja’s Palace & outside Mysore visit Srirangapatna and the Kesava Temple at Somnathpur.

Day 4 Mysore to Coorg – 110kms
In the morning depart to Coorg, which is know as the Scotland of India, it is about 1525 m above sea level, this town offer misty hills, lush forest, acres and acres of tea and coffee plantation, orange groves, undulating streets and breathtaking views, this is one of the most beautiful hill stations you can visit.
PM visit Abbey Falls, Omkareshwara Temple & sunset view at Raja’s seat, stay overnight at resort.

Day 5 Coorg
Today after early breakfast visit Dubare Elephant Camp, where you watch elephants been given a scrub-bath in the River, the food being prepared for the elephants & how they are fed, the naturalist will explain about all aspects of Elephant ecology, history, conservation etc & a elephant joy ride for 10 to 15 min. Later visit the Tibetan Monastery, It is the second largest Tibetan settlement in India, and houses about 250 monks.

Day 6 Coorg to Nagarhole National Park ( Kabini ) – 150kms
Morning drive to Nagarhole National Park, home to tiger, leopard and elephant. Stay two nights at the resort inside the sanctuary.

Day 7 Nagarhole
A day to explore Nagarhole with plenty of opportunities for wildlife viewing.

Day 8 Nagarhole to Bangalore – 250kms
Check out from the resort & travel to Bangalore International airport to board flight to your onward journey.


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KARNATAKA’S ANCIENT GLORIES ( 14 DAYS TOUR )

Day 1 Arrive Bangalore
Arrive Bangalore and stay one night in city, leisure at the hotel. PM brief sightseeing of the city.
Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia's fastest growing cosmopolitan city. It is home to some of the most high tech industries in India. Blessed with a salubrious climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs.

Day 2 Bangalore to Mysore – 150kms
In the morning depart to Mysore, check into the hotel relax, PM S/S, Places of interest include the colourful markets and the Nandi temple etc.

Day 3 Mysore Today visit Maharaja’s Palace & outside Mysore visit Srirangapatna and the Kesava Temple at Somnathpur.

Day 4 Mysore to Chikmagalur – 190kms
Today visit the Jain pilgrimage site at Sravanabelagola, noted for its 17 metre high image of Lord Gomateshvara which is cut into the rock at the top of Indragiri hill. Continue to Chikmagalur to stay at the Hotel.


Day 5 Chikmagalur
Visit the Hoysala temples at Belur and Halebid which are renowned for their fine sculptures and design.

Day 6 Chikmagalur to Hospet – 270kms
Travel north to Hospet a small market town and base from which to visit Hampi. Stay at the Hotel.

Day 7 & Day 8 Hampi
Two full days to explore the exceptional ruins of the Vijayanagar empire at Hampi, one of the largest Hindu empires in Indian history. Evidence of the city’s greatness is still very much in evidence: the Vittala Temple, the stone chariot, Lotus Mahal and Queen’s Bath are intact, along with other buildings and paved causeways.

Day 9 Hospet to Hubli via Badami – 220kms
Drive across the Deccan Plateau to Badami. Visit Aihole, the first Chalukyan capital which is regarded as the birthplace of Indian temple architecture. Also visit Pattadakal, on the banks of the Malaprabha River, noted for its cluster of sandstone temples. Stay overnight at the Hotel.

Day 10 Badami to Goa 200kms
Leave for a scenic drive to Goa to stay for four nights at resort on the beach.
Day 11 to Day 13 Goa
At leisure to relax by the Arabian Sea.

Day 14 Goa Airport Drop.
Check out from the resort & travel to Goa airport to board flight to your onward journey ( via Mumbai / Bangalore / Chennai )

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SPICES AND SANDALWOOD ( 15 DAYS TOUR )

Day 1 Arrive Bangalore
Arrive Bangalore and stay one night in city, leisure at the hotel. PM brief sightseeing of the city.
Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia's fastest growing cosmopolitan city. It is home to some of the most high tech industries in India. Blessed with a salubrious climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs.

Day 2 Bangalore to Mysore – 150kms
In the morning depart to Mysore, check into the hotel relax, PM S/S, Places of interest include the colourful markets and the Nandi temple etc.

Day 3 Mysore
Today visit Maharaja’s Palace & outside Mysore visit Srirangapatna and the Kesava Temple at Somnathpur.

Day 4 Mysore to Nagarhole National Park – 90kms
Morning drive to Nagarhole National Park, home to tiger, leopard and elephant. Stay two nights at the resort inside the sanctuary.

Day 5 Nagarhole
A day to explore Nagarhole with plenty of opportunities for wildlife viewing.

Day 6 Nagarhole to Vythiri ( Wayanad Dist ) – 100kms
Check out from the resort & drive to Vythiri. Check in to the resort O/n Vythiri.
Wayanad is one of the prominent places in Malabar, which promises a variety of wildlife, ayurveda, plantation resorts and spas with a distinct culture and a tradition of its own. The distinctive ecological and geographical features of Waynad, provide a unique charm and an enchanting challenge for hikers, trekkers and nature lovers.

Day 7 Vythiri
Today visit Pookat Lake, Soojipara Water Fall, Edakal Caves, back to resort, leisure o/n Resort.

Day 8 Vythiri to Kochi – 300kms
Drive south to the Malabar Coast and to Kochi, stopping to visit the temple town of Guruvayur. Over the centuries the Portuguese, Dutch and British have all influenced the fascinating city of Kochi. Stay at the Hotel.

Day 9 Kochi
This morning take a guided walking tour of historic Fort Kochi to include St Francis Church, the oldest European church in India and the Chinese fishing nets. Then go by car to visit the Mattancherry Palace the nearby merchant houses and a fine synagogue. Walk through the spice markets where traders sell varieties of rice, ginger, garlic and chilli. Around sunset take a motor launch cruise around the picturesque harbour.

Day 10 Kochi to Periyar – 165kms
A scenic drive to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Cardamom Hills on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Periyar is one of the largest sanctuaries in India and is centred on a 34km lake excavated by the British in 1895. Evening viewing by boat. Stay overnight at resort.

Day 11 Periyar to Madurai – 140kms
Early morning viewing by boat then leave for Madurai, a vibrant pilgrimage city famous for the great Meenakshi Temple. In the afternoon visit this bustling temple and stay overnight at the Hotel.

Day 12 Madurai to Chennai – by air
Morning fly to Chennai and on arrival transfer by car to Hotel, Stay over night at the hotel.

Day 13 to Day 14 Chennai
At leisure at Hotel. During your stay we will arrange tours of Chennai and the famous temples and carving at Mahabalipuram.

Day 15 Chennai Aiport Drop
Check out from the resort & travel to Chennai International airport to board flight to your onward journey.

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SOUTH INDIA TOUR ( 20 DAYS TOUR )

Day 1 Arrive Chennai
On arrival transfer by car to Mahabalipuram ( 60Kms ), Check into the resort, PM sightseeing of Mahabalipuram, Stay over night at the resort. The town of temples, sand & sea - Mamallapuram, formerly known as Mahabalipuram, is world renowned for its beautiful shore Temple. It was once the main port and naval base of the great Pallava Kingdom and was later made the capital of this Dynasty.

Day 2 Mahabalipuram to Pondicherry ( Via Kancheepuram ) - 200kms
Today drive to Poncicherry via Kancheepuram, popularly known as “Kanchi" is one of the ancient cities of the south India. This historic city is famous for its lovely temples & prominent for its silk industry. Continue to Pondicherry the former French colony. Stay overnight at the Hotel.

Day 3 Pondicherry
Sightseeing of city, morning visit the Aurobindo Ashram founded by a Bengali philosopher in the early 20th century. Leisure at the resort

Day 4 Pondicherry to Tanjore ( Via Chidambaram / Gangaikondacholapuram / / Darasuram ) – 280kms
This entire area is rich in South Indian temple architecture. PM arrive at Tanjore, stay overnight in hotel.

Day 5 Tanjore
Today visit the great Brihadisvara Temple in Tanjore which is considered to be one of the most magnificent Chola temples in India.

Day 6 Tanjore to Karaikudi / Chettinad ( Via Trichy ) – 170Kms
This morning drive to Trichy which is dominated by the Rock Fort Temple. Also visit Srirangam, a temple complex spread over an island in the Cauvery River. The Sri Ranganathasvami Temple dedicated to Vishnu is one of the biggest temples in India.
Continue to Karaikudi which is the capital of Chettinad It is famous for its Chettinad Mansion, Temples, Old buildings, Gopura karai saris and Chettinad delicious tasty dishes. Stay overnight in Karaikudi.

Day 7 Karaikudi to Madurai – 80kms
Today drive to Madurai, which has been a centre of learning and pilgrimage for many centuries. Life in this bustling pilgrimage city is centred on the great Meenakshi Temple which dominates the old city. Visit this great temple with its gopurams covered with a profusion of multicoloured images of mystical figures, animals and gods, stay overnight in the hotel.

Day 8 Madurai to Periyar – 120kms
A scenic drive to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Cardamom Hills on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Periyar is one of the largest sanctuaries in India and is centred on a 34km lake excavated by the British in 1895. Evening viewing by boat. Stay overnight at resort.

Day 9 Periyar to Kumarakom – 160kms
Kumarakom situated on the east bank of the Vembanad Lake, it is a sleepy little village, Kumarkom is perfect for a lazy and laid back holiday. The best way to watch the birds of the Kumarakom sanctuary is a boat trip round the islands which is spread over 14 acres of land. Stay overnight in the resort.

Day 10 Kumarakom to Alleppey ( By house boat )
Today your private houseboat will pick you up from the resort at Kumarakom & drive around the backwater. This is a unique opportunity to leisurely explore and enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of Kerala’s backwaters. At leisure travelling on the backwaters which consist of a network of lakes, coconut shaded canals and estuaries – tiled and thatched cottages bright with hibiscus dot the embankments and the cantilevered Chinese fishing nets hang over the water.

Day 11 Alleppey to Kochi – 80kms
Leave your boat in Alleppey & drive to Kochi, Founded by Vasco-da-Gama in 1502, Portuguese, Dutch and British settlers have all influenced this fascinating city, PM Kathakali Culture Show, stay overnight in hotel.

Day 12 Kochi
Today tour Fort Kochi by car and by foot with a local guide. Visit St. Francis Church, the Mattancherry Palace, the spice market and the nearby synagogue. Before sunset take a motor launch cruise around the picturesque harbour to see Bolghatty Palace and the Chinese fishing nets.

Day 13 Kochi to Coimbatore – 190kms
Afternoon departure by car for Coimbatore and stay overnight at the Hotel.

Day 14 Coimbatore to Mettupalayam – 30kms
Mettupalayam to Ooty – by train Early morning depart Mettupalayam on the famous Nilgiri Mountain Railway for the 4 hour, 46kms journey up to Ooty. Rising through spectacular scenery the train slowly climbs the narrow line locking in to a special cog for the steeper slopes. Afternoon at leisure in Ooty and stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 15 Ooty to Mysore – 160kms
In the morning depart to Mysore, enroute visit Bandipur National Park, check into the hotel at Mysore & relax, PM S/S, Places of interest include the colourful markets and the Nandi temple etc.

Day 16 Mysore
Today visit Maharaja’s Palace & outside Mysore visit Srirangapatna and the Kesava Temple at Somnathpur.

Day 17 Mysore to Hassan – 120kms
Today visit the Jain pilgrimage site at Sravanabelagola, noted for its 17 metre high image of Lord Gomateshvara which is cut into the rock at the top of Indragiri hill. Continue to Hassan to stay at the Hotel.

Day 18 Hassan
Visit the Hoysala temples at Belur and Halebid which are renowned for their fine sculptures and design.

Day 19 Hassan to Bangalore – 200kms
Arrive Bangalore and stay one night in city, leisure at the hotel. PM brief sightseeing of the city. Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore today is Asia's fastest growing cosmopolitan city. It is home to some of the most high tech industries in India. Blessed with a salubrious climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs.

Day 20 Bangalore Airport Drop.
Check out from the hotel & travel to Bangalore International airport to board flight to your onward journey

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SOUTH INDIA TOUR ( 23 DAYS TOUR )

Day 1 Arrive Kochi
Arrive Kochi in the morning and transfer by car to the Hotel. Founded by Vasco-da-Gama in 1502, Portuguese, Dutch and British settlers have all influenced this fascinating city.

Day 2 Kochi
Today tour Fort Kochi by car and by foot with a local guide. Visit St. Francis Church, the Mattancherry Palace, the spice market and the nearby synagogue. Before sunset take a motor launch cruise around the picturesque harbour to see Bolghatty Palace and the Chinese fishing nets.

Day 3 Kochi to Coimbatore – 190kms
Afternoon departure by car for Coimbatore and stay overnight at the Hotel.

Day 4 Coimbatore to Mettupalayam – 20kms
Mettupalayam to Ooty – by train Early morning depart Mettupalayam on the famous Nilgiri Mountain Railway for the 4 hour, 46kms journey up to Ooty. Rising through spectacular scenery the train slowly climbs the narrow line locking in to a special cog for the steeper slopes. Afternoon at leisure in Ooty and stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 5 Ooty to Vythiri ( Wayanad Dist ) – 160kms
This morning it’s a scenic drive on to Vythiri situated at 900m up in the heart of the Western Ghats. Check in to the resort O/n Vythiri. Wayanad is one of the prominent places in Malabar, which promises a variety of wildlife, ayurveda, plantation resorts and spas with a distinct culture and a tradition of its own. The distinctive ecological and geographical features of Waynad, provide a unique charm and an enchanting challenge for hikers, trekkers and nature lovers.

Day 6 Vythiri
Today visit Pookat Lake, Soojipara Water Fall, Edakal Caves, back to resort, leisure o/n Resort.

Day 7 Vythiri to Mysore – 125kms
This morning continue onto Mysore, a city noted for its palatial buildings and beautiful gardens. In the afternoon visit the City Palace, one of the largest in India, built by Henry Irwin in 1897. Stay at the Hotel.

Day 8 Mysore
Visit Chamundi Hill to view the Chamundeswari Temple and the famous Nandi Bull. Then drive out of the city to see the Sri Chamundeswari Temple at Somnathpur and the ruins of Tipu Sultan’s capital at Srirangapatna.

Day 9 Mysore to Chennai – by train
Early this morning visit the colourful vegetable and flower markets in Mysore. In the afternoon depart by train on the Shatabdi Express for the 7 hour journey to Chennai. On arrival stay at Hotel.

Day 10 Chennai
This afternoon tour the city by car with a local guide. Visit the National Museum and Fort St George, a fine example of 17th-century British military architecture. Within the Fort there is a museum and St Mary’s Church, the first Anglican church built in India. Also visit the Basilica of San Thome and the Kapaleeswarar Temple dedicated to Shiva.

Day 11 Chennai to Pondicherry – 170kms
Drive south to visit Mahabalipuram noted for its monolithic temples, each carved from a single granite boulder standing on the seashore. Continue to Pondicherry the former French colony. Stay overnight at the Hotel.

Day 12 Pondicherry to Tanjore – 200kms
Morning visit the Aurobindo Ashram founded by a Bengali philosopher in the early 20th century. Travel on to Tanjore to stay for two nights at resort.

Day 13 Tanjore
This entire area is rich in South Indian temple architecture. Today visit the great Brihadisvara Temple in Tanjore which is considered to be one of the most magnificent Chola temples in India.

Day 14 Tanjore to Madurai – 180kms
This morning drive to Trichy which is dominated by the Rock Fort Temple. Also visit Srirangam, a temple complex spread over an island in the Cauvery River. The Sri Ranganathasvami Temple dedicated to Vishnu is one of the biggest temples in India. Continue to Madurai, which has been a centre of learning and pilgrimage for many centuries. Stay for two nights at Hotel.

Day 15 Madurai
Life in this bustling pilgrimage city is centred on the great Meenakshi Temple which dominates the old city. Visit this great temple with its gopurams covered with a profusion of multicoloured images of mystical figures, animals and gods.

Day 16 Madurai to Periyar – 120kms
A scenic drive to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Cardamom Hills on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Periyar is one of the largest sanctuaries in India and is centred on a 34km lake excavated by the British in 1895. Evening viewing by boat. Stay overnight at resort.

Day 17 Periyar to Munnar – 125kms
Leave for Munnar (1520m) in the Cardamom Hills of Kerala. This is a genuine hill station and centre of the Kerala tea industry. It is also close to Anaimudi, the highest peak in South India. Over night resort.

Day 18 Munnar
A day to relax and enjoy the cooler climate of the hills. In the town Christ Church with its memorial plaques to past planters is worth visiting.

Day 19 Munnar to Alleppey – 160kms
Today drive down to Alleppey from where you join your private houseboat for the next two nights. This is a unique opportunity to leisurely explore and enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of Kerala’s backwaters.

Day 20 Backwaters
At leisure travelling on the backwaters which consist of a network of lakes, coconut shaded canals and estuaries – tiled and thatched cottages bright with hibiscus dot the embankments and the cantilevered Chinese fishing nets hang over the water.

Day 21 Alleppey to Poovar ( Trivandrum ) – 200kms
Leave your boat in Alleppey and travel to Poovar by road, check into the resort, leisure at the resort. Unspoilt and miraculously unexplored, Poovar Island ( 35kms from Trivandrum City ) is a rare find in Southern Kerala. Enveloped by the most serene backwaters and opening out to the Sea and a dream golden beach, this Island Resort is Truly a window into Paradise.

Day 22 Poovar
Leisure at the resort, enjoy the beach, overnight resort.

Day 23 Poovar to Trivandrum Airport ( 35Kms )
Check out from the resort & travel to Trivandrum International airport to board flight to your onward journey.

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RURAL IMAGES OF KERALA ( 11 DAYS TOUR )

Day 1 Arrive Kochi to Puthenkayal – 55kms
Arrive Kochi in the morning and proceed by car and boat to the small island of Puthenkayal, near Kumarakom to stay at Philipkutty’s Farm. The family reside in their own house nearby and they will be your hosts whilst you stay in one of three delightful traditional Malayali style cottages on the waterfront.

Day 2 Puthenkayal
At leisure to relax and enjoy the serene and peaceful surroundings.

Day 3 Puthenkayal to Alleppey – 30kms
A short drive around Vembanad Lake to the market town of Alleppey to join your private houseboat for the next two nights. This is a unique opportunity to leisurely explore and enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the Kerala backwaters.

Day 4 Backwaters
On the backwaters life passes by as it has for centuries. Fishermen tend their nets, women weave rugs from coir, and farmers cultivate rice and a delicious variety of fruits.

Day 5 Alleppey to Tiruvalla – 36kms
This morning leave your houseboat at Alleppey and proceed just a short distance by car to Tiruvalla where you will stay at Chalakuzhy, an ancestral home that is almost 200 years old. The Paulose family reside in their house and they will be your hosts whilst you stay in a delightful wooden and tiled cottage in the gardens.

Day 6 Tiruvalla
At leisure or visit the beautiful 8th century riverside temple at Aranmula. The temple is home to three elephants who can often be seen frolicking in the river. This town is also famous for its unique metal mirror work known as Aranmula Kannadi. In Tiruvalla visit the Sree Vallabha Temple where traditional Kathakali dances are performed as an offering to the deity on most evenings.

Day 7 Tiruvalla to Mankotta Island – 30kms
A short drive takes you to the secluded river island of Mankotta a rustic farmhouse in the backwaters and the ancestral home. The house is simple and the accommodation plain, but its situation on a riverbank makes Mankotta one of the most idyllic backwater houses in Kerala.

Day 8 Mankotta Island
At leisure to enjoy the hospitality of a traditional Kerala home stay.

Day 9 Mankotta Island to Alleppey – 110kms
Return by car to Kochi. Founded by Vasco da Gama in 1502 it was once a centre of the spice trade and now the principal port on the Malabar Coast. A cosmopolitan European influence has been left by the various waves of Portuguese, British, Dutch and Jewish settlers who made this colourful city their home. Stay for two nights at the Hotel.

Day 10 Kochi
Explore the diverse sights of Fort Kochi including a sunset cruise around the harbour to see the Dutchbuilt Bolghatty Palace and the Chinese fishing nets.

Day 11 Kochi ( Airport Drop )
Check out from the hotel & drop at airport to board flight to your onward journey.

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