7 Days Kerala tour package

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Explore all Kerala major tourist destination in 7 days
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  • Duration : 7 Days
  • Location : Kerala


A 7-day tour package in Kerala typically includes visits to popular destinations like Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, and Varkala Beach. It offers a blend of cultural experiences, wildlife, and scenic beauty. Activities may include sightseeing, houseboat stays, spice plantation visits, and beach time. 


Duration Pick Up Point Reporting Point Meals
7 Days Hotel/ residence/ airport/ sea port Pick up point Meals include in house boat only.
Duration: 7 Days
Pick Up Point: Hotel/ residence/ airport/ sea port
Reporting Point: Pick up point
Meals: Meals include in house boat only.
Day 1 : Arrival in Kochi Airport or Railway station and check-in hotel

Arrive in Kochi and check in hotel and relax few hours then go for Kochi sightseeing tour

Chinese Fishing Nets in fort kochi

Chinese fishing nets in Fort Kochi are iconic landmarks that showcase a blend of Chinese and Indian maritime traditions. These massive fishing nets are fixed installations, operated manually by a team of fishermen. They are believed to have been introduced by Chinese traders in the 14th century. The nets are made of wood and bamboo, and their unique design allows them to be lowered into the sea and raised again using a system of counterweights. Visitors often gather around these nets to witness the fascinating process of fishing and to enjoy the picturesque views of the Arabian Sea.

St. Francis Church

St. Francis Church is a historic landmark in Fort Kochi, Kerala, India. It is one of the oldest European churches in India, originally built by the Portuguese in 1503. The church underwent modifications over the centuries and is known for its simple architecture. Notably, it houses the tombstone of Vasco da Gama, the renowned Portuguese explorer. St. Francis Church is a significant cultural and historical site, attracting visitors for its rich heritage.

Mattancherry Palace

Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, is a historic palace located in the Mattancherry neighborhood of Kochi, Kerala, India. It was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century and later renovated by the Dutch in the 17th century, earning its alternate name. The palace features a blend of Kerala and colonial architectural styles.

Jewish Synagogue

The Jewish synagogue in Kochi, Kerala, India, is known as the Paradesi Synagogue or the Mattancherry Synagogue. It is one of the oldest active synagogues globally, dating back to the 16th century. The synagogue reflects a unique blend of Jewish and local Kerala architectural styles. Notable features include a clock tower, hand-painted Chinese tiles, and ancient scrolls. Visitors are drawn to its historical significance and the adjacent Jewish quarter, making it a cultural landmark in Kochi.

Jew Street

Jew Street, located in the Mattancherry neighborhood of Kochi, Kerala, India, is historically significant. It was once the center of the Jewish community in Kochi, home to the Paradesi Synagogue, which is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth of Nations. The street reflects a blend of Jewish, Indian, and colonial influences, making it a cultural and heritage site. It's also known for antique shops, spice markets, and diverse architecture.

Marine Drive

Marine Drive in Kochi, India, is a picturesque promenade along the backwaters. It offers stunning views of the Arabian Sea, ships, and the sunset. Popular for leisurely walks, it's a vibrant area with shops, eateries, and recreational spaces. The Rainbow Bridge is a notable attraction, and the drive is a hub of cultural and recreational activities in Kochi.

Bolgatty Palace

Bolgatty Island is a beautiful island situated in Kochi, Kerala, India. It is known for the historic Bolgatty Palace, built by the Dutch in 1744. The palace has been converted into a heritage hotel, offering a unique stay experience. The island also features a golf course, marina, and lush greenery, making it a popular destination for tourists seeking a tranquil retreat in the midst of Kochi's bustling surroundings.

Greenix Museum with Kathakali Dance Performance

A performance Arts museum located at Kalvathy Road, Fort Kochi, Greenix Museum is a cultural museum that depicts Kerala’s rich cultural history. The museum showcases various statues representing different art forms. An array of paintings representing traditional dance forms in various mudras and navarasams pertaining to Kathakali performances can also be seen here. The museum also has a miniature Kerala Village representing the pre 1930s period. Old artifacts, daily used articles, water wheel and various types of farmers’ village hats can be seen here. A significant area of the museum is dedicated to pottery making and handloom weaving. The museum also provides a platform for live performances for arts such as Kathakali, Theyyam, Mohiniyattam and Kalaripayattu.

Hill palace

The Hill Palace in Thripunithura, Kochi, is the largest archaeological museum in Kerala, India. It was built in 1865 and served as the official residence of the Kochi royal family. The palace complex includes 49 buildings, each showcasing exquisite traditional Kerala architecture. Today, it houses a museum with a vast collection of artifacts, including royal belongings, paintings, sculptures, and antiques, providing visitors with a glimpse into the rich history of the region.

Indo Portugese Museum

The Indo-Portuguese Museum in Kochi, Kerala, showcases the historical relationship between India and Portugal through artifacts, exhibits, and art. It highlights the influence of Portuguese culture on the region, particularly in terms of art, religion, and trade during the colonial period. The museum is situated in the Fort Kochi area and is a notable attraction for those interested in the rich history of this coastal city.

Drop back to hotel and Overnight stay at Cochin


Pick up from hotel @09:00 am

Cheeyappara Waterfalls

Cheeyappara Waterfall is a stunning waterfall located near Munnar in the state of Kerala, India. It's situated on the Kochi-Madurai highway and cascades down in seven steps, surrounded by lush greenery. The waterfall is a popular stop for tourists traveling to Munnar, offering picturesque views and a refreshing atmosphere. The beauty of Cheeyappara is enhanced during the monsoon season when the water flow is at its peak. It's advisable to check local conditions before planning a visit.

Spice Farm

Plantation for Spices & Herbs Stop: 45 minutes - Admission excluded Visit to Spice plantation

Elephant Ride [ optional]

Our guide will stop for elephant Ride, Ride fee excluded

Zip line [ optional ]

Guide will stop for zip line 45 minutes. zip line entry tickets excluded.

Munnar Hill top view

A picturesque hill station in Munnar offers breathtaking panoramic views from its hilltops. You'll be treated to lush tea plantations covering rolling hills, misty valleys, and a serene atmosphere. The Anamudi peak, South India's highest, adds to the majestic landscape. Explore viewpoints like Top Station of tea garden and surrounding mountains and greenery. The blend of tea gardens, mist-covered mountains, and cool climate makes Munnar's hilltop views truly mesmerizing.

Check in to hotel in Munnar

keep luggage in hotel refresh and continue tour.

Afternoon visit Rajamala (Eravikulam National Park

open as per the directions by the forest authorities ), the best place to see Nilgiri Tahr (Hermitragus Hilarious) - the mountain goat of South India & Tea Museum.

Drop back to hotel and Overnight stay at Munnar

DAY 3 : Munnar Sightseeing

Continue of munnar sightseeing tour after breakfast 09:00 am

Kannan Devan Tea Museum

The Kannan Devan Tea Museum in Munnar, Kerala, offers insight into the history and process of tea manufacturing. It's situated on a tea estate owned by Tata Tea. The museum showcases vintage tea processing machinery, photographs, and interesting exhibits related to tea cultivation. Visitors can learn about the tea-making process, from plucking to packaging, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding tea plantations. It's a fascinating stop for those interested in the art and science of tea production .Stop: 30 minutes - Admission Excluded See details & photo

Mattupetty Dam

Mattupetty Dam is a popular tourist attraction in Munnar, Kerala, India. It's a concrete gravity dam built between the hills for water storage and hydroelectricity generation. The dam is situated at an altitude of 1,700 meters and offers scenic views of the surrounding tea plantations, forests, and mountains. Visitors can enjoy boating on the reservoir and explore the picturesque landscapes around the dam. Stop: 15 minutes - Admission included

Rose Garden

The Rose Garden in Munnar, Kerala, is a beautiful attraction featuring a variety of roses and other exotic flowers. It offers a serene environment, making it a popular spot for nature lovers and tourists. The garden showcases a range of rose varieties, creating a colorful and fragrant experience for visitors.

Echo Point

Echo pointA popular tourist destination in the Western Ghats of Kerala, India. Echo Point is known for its scenic beauty and the natural echo phenomenon that occurs here. Visitors often shout out to hear their voices reverberate amidst the hills and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. if you are lucky enough can see wild Elephant .

Overnight stay at Munnar


Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and transfer to Thekkady .Thekkady is a world famous wildlife sanctuary and it is also called as PeriyarThekkady is a popular tourist destination in Kerala, India, known for its Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary. Visitors can enjoy boat cruises on the Periyar Lake and explore the rich biodiversity of the region, which includes diverse flora and fauna. Thekkady is also famous for spice plantations, offering a chance to witness and learn about the cultivation of various spices. The pleasant climate and scenic landscapes make it a sought-after destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.. On arrival check in at Hotel.

Afternoon visit wildlife sanctuary & enjoy the boating

( tickets charges are extra and subject to availability ). Visit spice plantations. Apart from being enjoyable these plantation tours gives tourists an insight into the growing, harvesting and processing of spices

Evening will be free for Cultural show

( Kathakali & Kalaripayattu on direct payment ) & local shopping. Overnight stay at Thekkady.

Drop back to hotel and Overnight stay at Thekkady


Morning after breakfast leave for Alleppey, Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Famous for its intricate network of backwaters, it's often referred to as the "Venice of the East." Houseboat cruises through the serene backwaters are a popular attraction. The town also hosts the annual Nehru Trophy Boat Race, drawing visitors from around the world. Additionally, Alleppey features beautiful beaches, historic sites, and vibrant cultural experiences

House Boating in Aleppey

Afternoon check in house boat and over night stay in the boat. Houseboating in Alleppey, Kerala, is a popular and unique experience. You can cruise through the backwaters, enjoying scenic landscapes and local life. Houseboats typically offer comfortable amenities, and it's a great way to relax and explore the beauty of the region. Consider booking in advance, especially during peak seasons.

Day 6 Alleppey to Varkala Beach resort

Morning after breakfast check out from Alleppey house boat to Varkala Beach is a popular tourist destination in the Indian state of Kerala. Known for its stunning cliffs, mineral springs, and golden sands, it offers a unique and picturesque setting. The beach is also known for its vibrant atmosphere, with numerous shops, cafes, and guesthouses lining the cliff. It's a great place for both relaxation and water activities, attracting visitors seeking a tranquil getaway. Include comfortable accommodations, beachfront access, and various amenities for a relaxing stay. over night stay at Varkala beach resort.

Day 7 : Varkala Beach to Kochin Airport

Drop off to Airport or sea port or Railway station anywhere.


Please take care to go through the following inclusions on your 7 Days Kerala tour package schedule.

  • House boat stay in Alleppey .
  • Pickup and drop off from your location
  • Clean and air-conditioned vehicle
  • Professional live tour guide
  • Bottled Water

important Information

Here is a list of important information which you must cater to while you prepare for your 7 Days Kerala tour package.

  • Hotel stay not included in tour package only house boat stay included in tour package .For hotel stay booking with additional charge in Kochi , Munnar , Thekkedy and Varkala beach pls discus with our operation team
  • Normally we provide one hour break for lunch during the city tour, you can have the lunch at your own expenses
  • Tour itinerary order will change subject to the availability of the attraction and Weather condition
  • Tour Duration, Pick up and Drop of time might vary according to the weather or Traffic Condition
  • Stroller and Wheelchair not available

Booking Policy

The following are the general conditions for the different booking policies of the 7 Days Kerala tour package.

Ticket Policy

  • Rates are based on the pickup from the City  Hotels and residence located in Kochi.
Child Policy
  • All children under 3 years of age will be considered as infants and their entry will be free of cost.
  • All children aged between 03 to 10 years of age will be considered as children and they will be charged the child rate.
Cancellation Policy
  • our can cancel without any charges  up to 24hrs before your trip

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