Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days

Destination Covered: Cochin – Alleppey – Kumarakom – Cochin


The South-Indian state of Kerala is one of the most popular destinations in India, which is flocked by tourists from all around the globe. The state has been blessed with several natural wonders, one of which is the Kerala backwaters- a network of lagoons, canals, rivers, and lakes. The best way to explore these is a houseboat tour. Opt for meticulously-planned Kerala Houseboat tour, expanding in a duration of 3 nights and 4 days. Enjoy an overnight houseboat ride in Alleppey. Kumarakom is another delightful highlight.

  • Destination

  • Departure

    Cochin Airport
  • Departure Time

    Depends on your flight
  • Return Time

    As per your return timings
  • Dress Code

    Anything comfortable for you
  • Included

  • Not Included

    Entrance Fee Not Mentioned
    Meals Not Mentioned
    Personal Expense
    Personal Guide
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Day 1: Arrival in Cochin

After arrival at the Cochin Airport/ Railway Station, meet our tour representative who helps with an assisted transfer to the hotel. Complete the check-in formalities and freshen-up. Thereafter, embark on a sightseeing tour. Some of the prime attractions of Cochin that you can visit today include Paradesi Synagogue in the Jew town, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, Chinese fishing nets, Ernakulam Shiva temple, St. Francis Church, and more. The Queen of the Arabian Sea, Cochin is a mix of old-world and new-age charm. In the evening, you can also visit the popular markets for shopping. Overnight stay in Cochin.

Day 2: Cochin – Alleppey (Alappuzha)

Today, begin driving to one of the most popular backwater destinations of Kerala, Alleppey. Arrive at Pallathuruthy Jetty, and complete the check-in formalities by 12:00 PM. Sail through the stunning attractions of Vilakumaram Thodu and Kanitta. Soak-in the serenity spread all around and savor the delightful views. Enjoy special lunch on-board, prepared by the trained chef. The houseboat cruises through SNDP thodu, Kuppapuram, and Vembanad Kayal. Later, halt at Kainakary to partake in canoeing for an hour. This activity here is equally popular amid adventure lovers and nature lovers. Go aboard the cruise that sets off to Kuttamangalam, Chennengary through Nedumudi. Spot colorful birds, spot the locals indulged in their daily work and more. Enjoy sumptuous delicacies during a traditional dinner on-board the houseboat. Overnight stay on-board the houseboat.

Day 3: Alleppey - Kumarakom (By road)

The houseboat arrives in Kumarakom today. After breakfast, complete the check- out formalities and de-board the houseboat. Thereafter, start your road journey to Kumarakom. As you reach, check- in to the hotel. The rest of the day free at leisure. Kumarakom is a lush pristine town on the banks of Lake Vembanad. Some of the attractions of this place are its backwater houseboat cruises and avifauna wealth. The place has been blessed by peaceful environs. Explore the place on your own. Overnight stay.

Day 4: Kumarkom – Cochin for departure (2 Hours)

After breakfast on the last day of the tour, check out and get transferred to the Cochin Airport for boarding the flight for onward destination.

Tour Location

Cochin Airport, Airport Rd, Kochi, Kerala 683111

History Of The City

The culture of Kerala is a combination of Aryan and Dravidian cultures, created and blended for centuries, under impacts from different parts of India and abroad. It is characterized by its vestige and the natural congruity maintained by the Malayali people. Modern Kerala society took shape owing to migrations from various parts of India and abroad throughout Classical Antiquity. Kerala follows its non-ancient social beginning to its participation (around the AD third century) in an enigmatically characterized chronicled locale known as Thamizhagom —a land characterized by a common Tamil culture and including the Chera, Chola, and Pandya kingdoms. Around then, the music, move, dialect (first Dravida Bhasha —"Dravidian language" —at that point Tamil), and Sangam (a huge corpus of Tamil writing formed between 1,500– 2,000 years back) found in Kerala were all like that found in the rest of Thamizhagom (today's Tamil Nadu). The way of life of Kerala advanced through the Sanskritization of Dravidian ethos, revivalism of religious developments and reform developments against caste discrimination. Kerala features a culture novel to itself created through convenience, cultural assimilation and digestion of different resources of acculturated way of life.
Local conventions of classical performing arts include koodiyattom, a shape of Sanskrit drama or theatre and a UNESCO-assigned Human Heritage Art. Kathakali (from katerumbu ("story") and kali ("performance")) is a 500-year-old shape of dance-drama that translates antiquated legends; a promoted branch of kathakali is Kerala natanam (developed in the twentieth century by dancer Guru Gopinath). Meanwhile, koothu is an all the more happy execution mode, similar to modern stand-up parody; an antiquated craftsmanship initially kept to sanctuary asylums, it was later advanced by Mani Madhava Chakyar. Other Keralite performing expressions include mohiniyaattam ("dance of the conjurer"), which is a sort of graceful choreographed dance performed by ladies and joined by melodic vocalizations. Thullal, Thirayattam, padayani, and theyyam are other critical Keralite performing arts.Thirayattam is a standout amongst the most remarkable Ethnic workmanship of kerala. This dynamic ceremonial yearly performing artistic expression ordered in yards of "Kaavukal"(sacred forests) and town place of worship.

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