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Best of Kerala with Madurai Tour

  • 11 Nights / 12 Days
  • Cochin - Munnar - Madurai - Thekkady - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Marari Beach - Cochin

As the very title suggests, Best of Kerala with Madurai Tour comprises Kerala’s best hill station (Munnar), wildlife sanctuary (Periyar National Park), backwaters beach & bird sanctuary (Kumarakom), houseboat stay & backwater cruise (Alleppey), tranquil beach (Marari) and historical metropolis Kochi along with a glimpse of grandeur of south Indian temples in Madurai (Tamil Nadu). The tour is leisurely paced and tuned for relaxed exploration of cultural & natural bounty.

Day 1 Arrival at Cochin- Kochi sightseeing tour

The day one sightseeing schedule and itinerary has been planned on the assumption that you will land up at Cochin airport either late morning or early noon. On arrival at Cochin/Kochi airport, you will be greeted by our representative and taken to pre-booked Cochin hotel, ensuring smooth & in-time check in. Cochin tour guide, awaiting you at hotel lobby, will be introduced with you. Along with Kochi tour guide proceed to visit prime tourist attractions which include the Dutch Palace, the Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica and few other attractions. Traditionally, a commercial and trade centre of spice trade since ancient times and known as ‘Queen of Arabian Sea’, Cochin is popular for its antiques, fabrics and jewellery. You will be taken to marketplace of these specialties of Kochi. Later in the evening do attend Kathakali Dance show. Kathakali Dance, one of the four major classical dances of south India, is a feast to the eyes and introduction with the ancient Indian legacy in its perpetuity. Having visited market, return back to Cochin hotel for relaxing overnight stay.

Day 2 Cochin –Munnar (by car-140 kms/ 03 hrs)

Having delicious breakfast in Cochin hotel, proceed to Munnar, a hill station of Kerala and known for its panoramic view, tea plantations, Tea Museum, lakes and wildlife sanctuary. While traversing 140 kms distance between Cochin and Munnar, one passes through sprawling tea plantations, small brooks and streams, picture-book towns, small brooks and streams, thickly-wooded forests etc, guaranteeing a relaxing holiday. On the way to your hotel, visit Cheyyappara waterfalls, a perfect feast for your eyes. On arrival at Munnar, you will be transferred to Munnar hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure and return back to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 3 Munnar sightseeing

Munnar is the best hill station of Kerala and people get there for relaxation and leisure. Leisurely sightseeing is the theme of today’s theme. Having enjoyed fresh breakfast in the morning, proceed to visit Rajamalai or Eravikulam National Park, spread over an area of 97 sq. km. and home to Nilgiri Tahr, several species of rare butterflies, animals and birds. Post-lunch, in the afternoon, visit Mattupetty Dam and Kundala Dam which offer an amazing landscape to behold. Hereinafter, move to visit Eco-Point, located close-by. Thereafter, move for visiting Munnar town. En route enjoy rare sight of tea plantations. Do visit Tata Tea Museum which reveals the origins and evolution of tea-plantation in this region. Late afternoon return to your hotel and spend evening in leisure. Overnight stay will be in Munnar hotel.

Day 4 Munnar –Madurai (160 kms/ 4 hrs)

Have scrumptious breakfast in Munnar (Kerala) hotel, leisurely enjoy morning clam of Munnar and, later during noon hours, drive for Madurai. It will take about 4 hours to reach Madurai. On arrival at Madurai, you will be transferred to the pre-booked hotel. Considered as the holy city of south India, Madurai is home to probably best of the temples of south India.

Madurai is one of the oldest cities of south India. It has been the centre of learning and pilgrimage for centuries. More than 2500 years old ancient city, situated on the banks of the river Vaigai Madurai is believed to have been built by the Pandyan King Kulasekara. Legend says that the divine nectar fell from Shiva's hair and gave it the name-Madhurapuri, now known as Madurai. The history of Madurai dates back to more than 3000 years when it was the capital of the Pandyan kings. In 10th century AD, Madurai was captured by the Chola emperors. It remained in their hands until the Pandyans obtained independence in 12th century, only to lose to Malik Kafur, a general in the service of the Delhi Sultanate. Malik Kafur and his dynasty was defeated by the Hindu king of Vijaynagar. After the fall of Vijaynagar in 1565, the Madurai Nayaks ruled until 1781 AD. Madhurapuri grew and prospered to become the capital of the kingdom of Pandyan. Madurai is referred to in the Ramayana, Kautilya’s Arthashastra, by Megasthenes (302 ac), Pliny (77 AD), Ptolemy (140 AD), Marco Polo (1293 AD) and Ibn Battuta (1333 AD).

The rest of the day has been kept for relaxation and free for leisure activities. You can relax in hotel by enjoying world-class amenities or explore vibrant and exotic market of Madurai. Overnight stay has been scheduled in Madurai hotel.

Day 5 Explore Madurai- best south Indian temples & palaces

Have breakfast in Madurai hotel and relax a bit. After some time, depart for exploring Madurai along with the tour guide. The Madurai tour guide will be introduced with you in the hotel. The sightseeing tour includes three prominent monuments – Tirumalai Nayak Mahal, Vaniyur Mariamman Teppakulam and Meenakshi Temple.

Meenakshi Temple: Meenakshi Temple is symbol of cultural and architectural epitome of Dravidian style of temples. Lying in the very heart of the city, Meenakshi Temple was built in pre-Christ era by the very founder of Madurai, Kulasekara Pandya. But the credit of present day grandeur goes to Vishwanatha Nayaka & Tirumalai Nayaka. During the reign of Vishwanatha Nayaka in 1560 AD, the design of the present day temple was prepared and final construction took place during the reign of Tirumalai Nayaka. Meenakshi Temple, spread over more than six hectares, has four entrances called Gopurams. Each of its 12 towers has the height of 45 to 50 meters. A perfect example of Dravidian style of temple architecture, Meenakshi Temple is characterized by highly heightened and broad ‘gopurams’( large gateways), mandapams (multi-pillared halls) and intricately and profusely sculptured inner and outer walls with images of gods, goddesses, animals and mythical figures. Visit of 1000 pillar Mandapam (hall). Each pillar got different sculpture.

Tirumalai Nayak Mahal: After decline of Vijayanagara Empire, the leading nobles –the Nayakas, emerged as rulers of south India, including Madurai. The city of Madurai and Nayaka dynasty flourished during 16th to 18th century. Thirumalai Nayak built this palace in 1523, which is hardly a kilometre away from Meenakshi Temple. Built in the Indo-Saracénico style, the remains of the palace constitute main entrances, ballroom and main hall. The palace was originally four times larger than it’s today. The main attraction is now sound and light show in the palace, which shows the events of the life of Thirumalai Nayak and parts of the ancient Tamil epic Silappathikaram.

Mariamman Teppakulam, an enormous temple tank, was also built by the Thirumalai Nayak in 17th. This huge tank in the eastern part of the city is said to have subterranean canals connecting it to the Vaigai River. There is a ‘mandapam’ with an idol of Vinayaka or elephant in the middle of the tank, brightly lit during the float festival at the time of full moon of the Tamil month Thai, which falls between January 15 and February 15.

After visiting monuments, primarily temples and palace, explore local market/ bazaar. If possible, do attend evening worship ceremony of the deity in a temple. Later, in the evening, return to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 6 Madurai -Thekkady (by car- 140 kms/ 03 hrs)- explore Thekkady

Though Periyar/ Thekkady is a wildlife sanctuary but most interesting aspect of this jungle is that a tourist can enjoy not only dense forests and faunal diversity but also spice plantations, cultural lineage of Kalaripayattu martial art form and adventure activities like elephant ride, bamboo rafting, boat cruise in Periyar Lake etc. Thekkady is an entry point to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Having relished sumptuous breakfast in Madurai hotel, proceed to Thekkady. After 03 hours car journey, reach Thekkady. On arrival at Thekkady, check in at the pre-booked hotel. The day has been kept free for leisure. During late afternoon or early evening, you will be taken to witness ancient Indian self-defense martial art form, known as Kalaripayattu and was taken by the Buddhist monks to east Asian countries to be presently known as Judo-Karate. Overnight stay has been scheduled in Thekkady hotel.

Day 7 Explore Thekkady

Today, you will be visiting and indulging in local attractions and activities. Proceed for a memorable spice plantation tour. Spice plantation tour is on chargeable basis. You will happen to see the exotic crops of cinnamon, pepper, coffee, and cardamom and tea estate. You shall be taken for boating in the Periyar Lake. Thekkady is a well known wildlife sanctuary in Kerala and renowned for wild elephants, wild boar, leopards and of course tiger. Later, you will be cruising on the artificial lake of Periyar wildlife sanctuary to watch and observe the marvelous elephant herds. Overnight stay will be in Thekkady hotel.

Day 8 Thekkady - Kumarakom (120 kms/ 03 hrs)

Having fresh & succulent breakfast in Thekkady hotel, embark on your journey to Kumarakom which is known for its canals, lakes, coves, coconut palms, lush green rice fields, backwaters, luxury houseboat cruises and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary. On arrival at Kumarakom, check in at lake-side hotel.

The whole day has free for leisure. Kumarakom, a tourist hamlet on the bank of Vembanad Lake of Kerala, is endowed with incredibly amazing scenic beauty and all modern amenities to indulge in leisure. Authentic Ayurvedic rejuvenation therapy spas have sprouted in the region in significant numbers. Take rest and relax on your own by watching exotically panoramic view of backwaters, day-to-day lifestyle of local people, migratory birds making diverse formations in the sky etc. Canoes with huge sails still transport people and you will find vegetable sellers, fishermen and other household materials being brought door to door by small wooden boats. One can go in for a sunset cruise (optional) to enjoy splendid scene of the sun-set or the charming beauty of the backwater and the natural view that are simply outstanding. Overnight stay will be in Kumarakom lake resort/hotel.

Day 9 Kumarakom- Alleppey (60 kms/ 01 hr)- Houseboat stay & backwaters cruise

The first half of the day is for your relaxed and languid stay/ stroll in Kumarakom. Have breakfast in the Kumarakom hotel and relish soul rejuvenating views of Kumarakom. There are two options of enjoying houseboat cruise and stay. Either reach Alleppey by road and board houseboat to cruise in the backwaters and canals of Alleppey only or board houseboat near Kumarakom that sails through to Alleppey. Here, we are opting for second option i.e. traversing the distance between Kumarakom and Alleppey on the houseboat. Then, early afternoon you will check in at the luxury houseboat; leisurely enjoy the pleasantly scenic pathways, green lagoons, villages, emerald green paddy fields and exotic natural surrounding while houseboat cruises through the backwaters. While you are relaxing in the houseboat, it is cruising along the backwaters of Vembanad lake and heading towards Alleppey. Your lunch, dinner, breakfast, supper, tea- coffee-snacks, as well as cozy overnight stay will be on the houseboat.

Day 10 Alleppey- Marari beach (20 kms)

Having scrumptious breakfast at houseboat in Alleppey, board the deluxe car to be driven to Mararikulam. Marari beach., originally called Mararikulam, is the best location to enjoy Kerala backwaters and sea beach. Mararikulam is a small and sleepy fisherman's village. The best place to experience slow pace of life, tranquility and serenity on deserted sandy beaches is Marari beach, not far from Alleppey. Marari beach can be utilized as a base to explore Kerala backwater canals and traditional coir-making units. There are several luxurious resorts to stay. If in lieu of luxury, authentic Kerala experience is the motto of visiting Marari beach, home-stay is the best option. On arrival at Mararikulam, you will be transferred to pre-booked resort to spend day free for leisure and overnight stay.

Day 11 Marari beach

Have delicious breakfast in Marari beach resort, enjoy the free day on Marari beach. Marari beach is not a touristic beach. Its calmness and serenity offers one to explore oneself. Since it’s not a developed beach and sparsely inhabited by local fishermen as well, it is advisable not to take bath at Marari beach. Relaxation, rejuvenation and introspection will be highlights of Marari beach stay. Overnight stay has been planned in beach resort.

Day 12 Marai beach – Cochin (by car-60 kms/ 1.5 hrs) - Departure

Have breakfast in the beach resort and depart for Cochin. On arrival at Cochin you will be directly transferred to Kochi airport to board flight for your onward destination…


Cochin is also termed as Kochi. Cochin is a fabulous city, culturally rich and commercially vibrant. It is divided into two parts – Ernakulum and Kochi. Come into Cochin to visit Kochi. Kochi is aptly termed as Queen of the Arabian Sea, being the finest natural harbor in the world. Enjoy Kochi with ferry rides commanding its breathtaking view as you cruise around man-made islands with lush green lawns sloping down to the water's edge. These ferries offer luxurious environment on board. Aboard, you can relax with a drink watching the Arab dhows in the foreground, and behind, the tree shaded buildings of the families who sold gold, ivory, timber and peacock to King Solomon, 19 centuries ago. Kerala, the God's own country, beckons you with the best of natural beauty. Cochin is gateway to Kerala. Pleasant ambience, simple people, delicious cuisines, rich past, giant Chinese fishing nets that billow from massive teak and bamboo poles dot the entrance to the harbor. Silhouetted against the setting sun, they present a magnificent sight of the waterfront. Cochin is the oldest European settlement in India. Recording a history of visitors who came, saw and stayed for hundreds of years. Layered impressions of Chinese, Arab, French, Jewish, British and Portuguese are contained within its environment.

Enjoy Cochin during Cochin Carnival. Ring in the New Year with great festivity and cheer at the Cochin Carnival. This week long extravaganza presents to you colourful parades, variety programmes and events to enjoy. And, of course, cherish December 25th to 31st every year.


Munnar is a tiny green paradise teetering on Anamudi – the highest mountain peak of South India, 1549 mteres above sea level. Munnar meaning 'three rivers' is situated at the confluence of three mountain hill streams and a delightful hill station of Kerala and South India. Sprawling tea plantations with trekking paths running through and further leading up to breath-taking waterfalls make it a place worth visiting while on Kerala tour. Far from the maddening crowd, Munnar offers an ideal retreat. Munnar is easily accessible from Cochin. Munnar, a hill station in Idukki district of Kerala, is nestled in soothing environ of Western Ghats. In context of 'nature-tourism', Munnar with its lush-green landscape turns out to be essence of eco-tourism of Kerala. There are many worth watching tourist attractions in and around Munnar. Mattupetty Dam (13 kms from Munnar), Mattupedi Dairy Farm ( an Indo-Swiss scientific farm), Kundala Lake (20 kms from Munnar, a man-made lake), Echo Point (about 15 km from Munnar), Rajamalai ( a part of Eravikulam National Park that is known for Nilgiri Tahr, an endangered species), Tea Museum (intended to educate people about laborious tea production process), Marayoor Sandalwood Forests (home to natural sandalwood and heritage site depicting the ancient stone age civilization dated back to 10,000 B.C. stone age paintings, rock edicts and dolmens), Attukad Waterfalls, Blossom International Park and Munnar tea plantations are main tourist attractions of Munnar.


Next in importance to Chennai, Madurai, known as Athens of the East, with its 2500 years old history, is a place of great antiquity, historic importance and Tamil culture. History attributes the foundations of Madurai to the Pandyan kings. Kulasekhara, who flourished in the 6th century AD. The city improved after the 7th century and there was another golden age in the 13th century AD. The Pandyan splendor was extinguished by the invasion by Malik Kafur in the 14th century AD. After seventh years of Muslim rule, the Pandyan rulers re-established themselves and built the temple and tower that we see today. After the decline of Vijayanagar, the Nayak dynasty becomes the supreme master of Madurai. The greatest among the Nayaks, Tirumala Nayakan added several monuments to its splendors and pomp. Madurai, situated on the bank of the river Vaigai, has spread over a large area. The fabulous temples embellish the southern bank of the river. The many religious festivals celebrated with elaborate rituals and pageantry have earned for it the name of City of Festivals.


Thekkady in Idukki district of Kerala is famous for Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, spread across 777 sq kms. Monsoon first reaches Kerala and heavy water shower results great variety of bio-diversity. This biodiversity can be easily seen and experienced in Thekkady. In addition to a great pool of flora and fauna, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Thekkady offers opportunity to spot elephants, sambar, tigers, gaur, lion-tailed Macaques and Nilgiri Langurs. The main attraction of the Wild Life Sanctuary, declared a Tiger Reserve in 1978, is viewing the herds of wild elephants in the lake while having a boat ride in Periyar Lake. Thekkady is considered a heaven for natural spices such as black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and clove.


Kumarakom is at a distance of merely 10 kms from Kottayam district of Kerala. The serene hamlet turned town is home to large variety of birds and migratory birds can be spotted here. The nearby islands also provide a haven for these birds. Kumarakom, a typical Kerala village, has sprouted on the eastern bank of the Vembanad Lake. Kumarakom is just 85 kms away from Cochin. Kumarakom is bound by the Vembanad Lake on two sides, the swaying paddy fields on one side and a bird sanctuary on another. Kumarakom is a perfect two day stopover on the way between Cochin and Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary or vice versa. Kumarakom has gained tremendous prominence on the map of Kerala tourism. All kinds of hotel accommodations- budget to luxury- are available here.


Kerala is worldwide known for its backwaters and backwater tourism. Alleppey is locally called as Alappuzha. An intricate maze of canals and backwaters lined on both sides by lush greenery makes Alappuzha an interestingly beautiful place. Much sought after by the tourist, the boat rides served by ferries to Kollam and Kottayam offer you an experience of a life time. Famous as the "Venice of East", Alappuzha is also the host to the spectacular Nehru Trophy Snake Boat races. Alleppey is the most popular and beautiful place to enjoy backwaters of Kerala while enjoying an overnight houseboat cruise. During your houseboat stay in Alleppey, see 400 year old Champakkulam church (one of the 7 churches established by St. Thomas) and the Chavara Bhavan. Passing through various canals and waterways and passing by sporadic islands will be an unforgettable experience of Alleppey backwaters tour. Alleppey deserves to be called as the Venice of the East, with its intricate network of canals, backwaters and bridges. Alleppey, sandwiched between the Arabian Sea and the Punnamada backwaters on Kerala's southern coast, can be characterized as "life in slow motion".

Marari Beach

Marari beach, originally called Mararikulam, is the best location to enjoy Kerala backwaters and sea beach. Mararikulam is a small and sleepy fisherman's village. The best place to experience slow pace of life, tranquility and serenity on deserted sandy beaches is Marari beach, not far from Alleppey. Marari beach can be utilized as a base to explore Kerala backwater canals and traditional coir-making units. There are several luxurious resorts to stay. If in lieu of luxury, authentic Kerala experience is the motto of visiting Marari beach, home-stay is the best option. Marari beach is not a touristic beach. Its calmness and serenity offers one to explore oneself. Since it’s not a developed beach and sparsely inhabited by local fishermen as well, it is advisable not to take bath at Marari beach. Relaxation, rejuvenation and introspection will be highlights of Marari beach stay.

  • Accommodation in the mentioned hotels on double sharing.

  • Daily breakfast basis on all places.

  • Total Meals: 13 (Breakfast-11; Lunch-01 & Dinner-01).

  • Total night stays: 09 (Cochin-01; Munnar-02; Madurai- 02; Thekkady-02; Kumarakom-01; Alleppey-01; Marari Beach-02).

  • Well-appointed upgraded air-conditioned rooms at all places.

  • Along with breakfast at all places, 01 lunch & 01 dinner in houseboat.

  • Monument entrance charges.

  • Boat ride on Lake Periyar.

  • Kalaripayattu (Martial Arts) show in Thekkady.

  • Kathakali dance show in Cochin.

  • English speaking & destination-specific guides for sightseeing of historical monuments, if in itinerary.

  • Meet & assist at the airport on arrival & departure.

  • Sightseeing tours as mentioned in the itinerary.

  • Air-conditioned private car for the whole sightseeing tour.

  • Driver for the whole tour.

  • All prevailing taxes like luxury tax, service tax etc.

  • All transfers, city tours, excursions & drives by air-conditioned transport.

  • Interstate road tax, toll tax, parking charges, driver’s wages, fuel charges etc.

Optima Special:
  • Experience Ayurveda rejuvenation therapy.

  • Backwaters river/lake boat cruise in Alleppey with traditional houseboat called ‘kettuvalam’.

  • Kathakali dance show in Cochin.

  • Kalaripayattu show in Thekkady.

  • Bamboo rafting in Periyar lake.

  • Elephant ride at Thekkady.

  • Attend evening ‘aarti’ in one of the temples of Madurai.

Don’t miss on Best of Kerala with Madurai Tour:
  • Do taste a variety of sea foods in Kumarakom.

  • Do explore world-famous spice-market in Cochin.

  • Have a night of home stay to enjoy traditional family life of Kerala people with home-made food.

  • Houseboat stay and cruise in Kerala backwaters.

  • Enjoy incredibly serene beach holidays on Kovalam beach.

  • Ayurvedic massage for physical rejuvenation is a must.

  • Experience a session or two of Yoga.

  • Do taste authentic south Indian dishes in Madurai.

  • Do watch Bharatnatyama dance in Madurai.


Cochin: Explore curio shops, small and quaint, for ethnic articles like colorful bead jewelry, mat and bangles made of coir, wood, bamboo, shells, brass, ivory and sandalwood.


Kumarakom: Appam (prepared of fermented rice and coconut dough) & Karimeen (prepared of freshwater fish).
Cochin:Meen Mollagitta curry (prepared of freshwater fish) & Kurukku Kalan ( a vegetarian specialty prepared of yoghurt, curry, toasted banana & rice).

Madurai: Idli, Sambar, Vada & Dosa.
Is This Trip For Me:
Travel Style Service Level TPhysical Demands Trip Type Trip Rating
Classic Standard FIT/Small Group 4.9/5
CochinHotel Sea LordRenaissance Hotel TridentVivanta by Taj-Malabar Cochin
MunnarHotel Tea CastleHotel Tea County Windmere EstateDavonshire Greens
MaduraiMetropoleHotel Park PlazaFortune PandyanThe Gateway by Taj
ThekkadyHotel Tree TopHotel Spice VillagePCardamaom CountyElephant Court
Kumarakom Water Scape Backwater RipplesCoconut Lagoon Zuri Kumarakom
Alleppey HouseboatDeluxe HouseboatPremium Houseboat Luxury Houseboat
Marari Marari VillasTurtle Beach ResortMarari Beach Resort Marari Beach Resort
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  • Please provide your passport details to Optima Travels Private Limited at least one month before travelling. Please note that if you do not provide your passport details, you may be denied entry to any Indian National Parks that are visited along this itinerary, or you may be charged a fee by the local government as passport details are now a requirement for entry into all national parks in India.

  • Throughout the trip we request that our hotels prepare rooms in time for our arrival, especially if we're arriving prior to normal check-in time. However this isn't always possible which means we won't be able to check-in immediately on arrival at some hotels. Instead, we can store our luggage and explore our new destination.

  • In India normally the check in time in hotels is 02:00 PM and check out time in hotels is 10:00 AM.

  • Normally the package cost includes breakfast at all locations but in case of the destinations where availability of restaurants outside hotel not possible, we provide meals there and mention that in inclusions.

  • The normal check in - check out time of the hotels are 1200 hours and if your arrival time does not suit this we can arrange activities for you on the first day or pre-book the hotel from the previous night on additional charge and as per your request. Normally it takes 1 hour to come out of the airport from the time of arrival.

Followings are not included in the package
  • Meals other than breakfast and as specified above.

  • Video camera/ still camera fee applicable at various monuments. The same will be paid by you direct on spot on actual basis.

  • Items of personal nature like telephone calls, laundry, tips, hard/soft drink etc.

  • Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay/cancellation/hike in fare, strike or any other natural calamities.

  • Indian visa fees.

  • Any compulsory meal supplements during festive season is not included.

  • Early check in & late check out at the hotels.

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