Day 1-2 Our representative will receive you on arrival at the Airport in Calicut and head to Kalpetta, Wayanad.
Participate on morning sessions of Yoga and Meditation. Visit Soojipara Waterfall, go for boating on Pookote Lake. Try your hands in cooking demos.
Overnight stay at hotel (tree-top house) in Kalpetta.
Day 3-4 Travel by car to Muthanga, Wayanad.
Visit Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary and the Elephant Camp. Take a jeep safari, witness Tribal Folklore.
Overnight stay at hotel in Muthanga.
Day 5-6 Travel by car to Kannur.
Witness Kalaripayattu, an ancient Hindu form of martial arts, enjoy your walks on Payyambalam beach. Visit Parassini Kadavu Muthappan Temple, participate in local festivities. Visit St. Angelos Fort and pepper estates in Thalassery (Tellicherry). Participate on cooking demos.
Overnight stay at hotel in Kannur.
Day 7-8 Travel by train to Cochin.
Visit Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church and Chinese Fishing Nets. Participate on morning Yoga class and pamper yourself with Ayurvedic massage. Enjoy Kathakali Dance show. Taste the unique Kerala cuisine.
Overnight stay at hotel in Fort Kochi (Cochin).
Day 9-10 Travel by car to Munnar.
Enjoy the scenic beauty. Sightseeing in Munnar includes Mattupetty dam, Echo-Point, Tea Museum, and Pothamedu. Visit Tea gardens and Spice plantations.
Overnight stay at hotel in Munnar.
Day 11-12 Travel by car to Kumarakom
Enjoy a relaxing houseboat cruise on Kerala backwaters and a village cruise by country boat. See the village and paddy fields and the toddy tapping. Experience the fun of fishing using the traditional bow and arrow method. Take a stroll through the village to see villagers engaged in traditional work.
Visit Butterfly farm. Spend time in the hotel garden with relaxation, enjoy Ayurvedic treatments.
Overnight stay at hotel in Kumarakom.
Suggested additional places
Kalpetta - Muthanga - Kannur - Cochin - Munnar - Kumarakom
Highlights of this trip
Wayanad: it has a salubrious climate. Dry winds blow from March to April and high velocity winds are common during July-September. Ideal time to visit is from October to February.
Kannur: humid climate with an oppressive hot season from March to the end of May. Rainy season from June to September. Best time to visit is from October to February.
Cochin: moderately hot and humid climate. The best time to visit is from November to February.
Munnar: mild and pleasing climate throughout the year. The best time to visit is during October to May.
Kumarakom: moderate climate, best time to visit is from September to May.
Kalpetta and Muthanga are in Wayanad district, one of the most famous and popularly visited hill stations in India. Thanks to the lush greeneries and peaceful surroundings you will feel rejuvenated and refreshing during your trip.
Kannur, known as land of “Looms and Lores”, is a coastal town, famed for its vibrant culture and rich heritage.
Kochi (Cochin) is the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala state. It is the best starting point to explore the beauty and breath taking scenic landscape of Kerala. You can see Portuguese, Dutch and British influences in Fort Kochi’s architecture and taste these influences in its cuisine.
Munnar is one of the most popular hill stations located 5,000 feet above sea level. Unending expanses of tea plantations, wildlife forests, and pristine valleys and mountains makes it a serene getaway from the plains.
Kumarakom, a green paradise filled with paddy fields and coconut trees, set against a backdrop of backwaters and luscious landscapes. End the trip with stress relieving and rejuvenating Ayurvedic massages and yoga practices.