Kumarakom is a rapidly developing backwater tourist hotspot in the Vembanad Lake, 16 Km from Kottayam. Kumarakom promises exhilarating activities such as boating, angling, and other water sports for tourists. Kumarakom bird sanctuary is home to a rich variety of exotic birds. Kumarakom is rich with many marine and freshwater fish species such as Karimeen (Pearl spot), shrimp and prawns. Kumarakom is serenely beautiful and delightfully scenic with varied flora and fauna and attracts tourists from all across the world.
• Accommodation on BB sharing double basis for 3 nights on 3* property
• Complementary break fast
• Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle
• Services of a English Speaking Chauffer Guide.
• Sightseeing as per the itinerary
• Airport Tax
Not Included :
• Visa Fees
• Entrance fees.
• Expenses of personal nature.
• Any other services not specified above.
• Video and Camera permits.
• Lunch and dinner throughout the tour.
• Late Check outs & Early check in charges.
• Visa Stamping charges: Rs. 1500.00 per person to be borne by the passenger
• Flights/hotels/rates/itinerary subject to change as per availability at the time of confirmation of the tour.
• All fares & rates are as prevailing today. Taxes are calculated as on 01.12.2013
• The visits to wild life parks will be at client\'s own risk
Minimum 2 pax
Indulge in a stylish boutique experience at a beach destination- Kovalam, one of the best-known destinations in India, has the bohemian vibe of a beach combined with a tranquility typical of Kerala; a grand vista in a peaceful surrounds.
The strikingly-designed Turtle on the Beach, facing Eve’s beach, captures this blend perfectly; starting with the traditional vermillion welcome as you enter. The ethos of this boutique hotel is unmistakable. The stylish, Zen-like lounge, which looks on the sea from a height, sets the stage for your stay. All the rooms here are sea-facing. Wipe the tropical humidity from your face with the cool towels provided, sit with the arty Buddhas on the wooden benches and join them in listening to the sounds of the sea.
Koorkancherry Sree Maheswara Temple, Thrissur district.
Though the presiding deity of the temple is Lord Maheswara (Siva), the festival celebrates the seven-day Thaipooya Mahotsavam dedicated to Subramanya, his son. The spectacular Kavadiyattom, a ritual dance, starts in the morning and nearly 10 groups, each comprising 30 ambalakkavadi and 60 pookkavadi, participate. An ambalakkavadi is a decorated model of a temple, six to 10 feet tall, which a male devotee carries on his shoulder. Pookkavadi is bow-shaped and decorated with flowers. The Kavadiyattom goes on till noon, followed by an elephant procession. Then it is resumed again at night and continues till dawn. A dazzling fireworks display marks the conclusion of the festival.