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Unforgettable South India Tour From gorgeous tea and spice lined backwaters, a tour through Kerala offers a glimpse into God
Culture Nature Jungle Beaches Yoga Thrill
Highlights: Houseboat Tour, Tea Plantations
Cities: Chennai(1) - Mahabalipuram(1) - Pondicherry(1) - Thanjavur(1) - Madurai(1) - Kanyakumari(1) - Trivandrum(2) - Alleppey(1)-Kumarakom(2)-Cochin(1)-Goa(3) - Mumbai(1)
Starting at $1,131 Per Person Duration: 17 Days - 16 Nights
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Eric Idle , Chicago
"Our 1st stop was Jaipur-City of magnificent palaces and forts- Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, were some of the attractions. I just loved seeing these relics of the past and wondered about the rich history that the sands of Rajasthan possess! On our way to Jhunjhnu, we stopped at Chokhi Dhani- a restaurant seeped with the hospitality of Rajasthan. You just cannot forget the taste of delicious Rajasthani food, the colourful Bandhnis, the soul stirring music and best of all the perfect royal ambience!."
Julie Delpy , Missouri
“We call varanasi as a holy place for the Hindus but there are muslims too and there is a mosque and a temple still. they are just divided by a wall. this goes to say that there was one religion earlier. You get excellent curd in mud pots - a must drink. Kasi can be visited during October to March. !.”
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Tour Detail
Chennai(1 night) Day 1-2
International Arrival
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ChennaiChennai formerly known as Madras is the capital city of Tamil Nadu state and is the fourth largest metro city in India.. It is a major trade center, being well linked by road, rail and air to important cities besides being a sea port. Compared to the other major metros of India, it is far less congested and polluted. ActivitiesVisit Gudiyam Caves, Elliot's Beach, Fort St. George and St. Mary's Church, Kapaleswar Temple, Marina Beach, San Thomas Cathedral, Sri Parthasarathy Temple, Valluvar Kottam, Covelong Beach and Anna Zoological Park.
Mahabalipuram(1 night) Day 2-3
Drive from Chennai to Mahabalipuram (50Km - 1H)
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MahabalipuramMahabalipuram that was formerly known as Mamallapuram is one of the most frequented tourism destinations in Tamilnadu, a province in India. The place is just 55 Kilometers off Chennai, the capital city of Tamilnadu and forms a major excursion destination around it. ActivitiesMahabalipuram is a blessed combination of history, good beaches and hassle-free tourism. Sri Chakra offers ayurvedic massage as well as yoga sessions, Kamaraj Ayurvedic massage can be contacted through Moonrakers restaurant. Hi!Tours runs bicycle tours to sights like the Tiger Cave. Tours run from 8am to 2pm and include guide and lunch. Hi! Tours also organises day trips to Kanchipuram and Vedantangal Bird Sanctuary.
Pondicherry(1 night) Day 3-4
Drive from Mahabalipuram to Pondicherry (95 km - 1.5H)
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PondicherryJoseph Dupleix, who built Pondicherry, created 2 different cities – the Indian side..busy, bustling and dirty; the European side..cleaner, quieter and beautiful. French is spoken on the streets and the policemen wear kepis in the style of M’sieu De Gaulle – remnants of that colonial memory. ActivitiesGingee Fort is a famous fort complex that dates back to the 13th century ans is located on three different hill summits covering a 3km boundary. There are many special temples in and around Pondicherry that boast architectural splendor as much as spiritual signigcance, such as the Vedapureswarar Temple, Varadaraja Perumal Temple and the Manakula Vinayakar Templ
Thanjayur(1 night) Day 4-5
Drive from Pondicherry to Thanjauyr (167 km, 2.3H)
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ThanjavurThanjavur is a city of Chola rulers and it gained popularity during the Chola period between 11th and 14th centuries. Thanjavur is otherwise known as Tanjore and according to a local legend, Thanjavur derives its name from Tanjan, an asura ruler, who was killed by Lord Vishnu and Sri Anandavalli Amman for devastating the neighborhood and was granted his last request that the city be named after him. 
ActivitiesVisit the famous UNESCO World Heritage site of the Brihadeshvara Temple or Bull Temple – home to India’s largest lingam; enjoy the natural splendor that surrounds the Panchanatheesvarar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Madurai(1 night) Day 5-6
Drive from Thanjayur to Madurai (190 km, 3.8 hrs)
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MaduraiMadurai is a temple town of India located in southern region of India. People from several different religions and cultures are residing in the place and all different kinds of festivals are celebrated here in unison.  ActivitiesVisit the thousand pillared Madurai Meenakshi Temple; the Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple; Koodal Alagar Temple; Thirumalai Nayak Mahal; Vandiyur Kanmoy Tourist Complex; Gandhi Museum.
Kanyakumari(1 night) Day 6-7
Drive from Madurai to Kanyakumari(430 km - 6H)
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KanyakumariKanyakumari is a town located in Tamil Nadu. At times it is also called ‘Cape Comorin’. It lies at the southern-most tip of the Indian Peninsula, which is also the geographical end of the Indian mainland. Tamil and Malayalam are the predominant languages spoken here. ActivitiesAttractions in Kanyakumari include the Vattakottai Fort, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Pechiparai Reservoir, Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Thiruvalluvar Statue, Mathur Hanging Trough, Kumari Amman Temple, Udayagiri Fort and witness the Sunset over the Arabian among others.
Trivandrum(2 nights) Day 7-9
Drive from Kanyakumari to Trivandrum (85Km - 1.5H)
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TrivandrumThiruvananthapuram which was previously called Trivandrum, is an ancient city with tradition dating back to 1000 BC. Thiruvananthapuram became the capital of Raja of Travancore in 1750. The name is derived from 'Tiru Ananta Puram', the abode of the Sacred serpent Ananta, upon whose coils Vishnu lies in the main temple. ActivitiesVisit Napier Museum, Agastyarkoodam (a lofty peak located in the Western Ghats), Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Akkulam Lake and Neyyar Dam. Trivandrum's beaches are one of the most sort after by tourists looking for some peace, calm & serenity. The pleasant climate & its numerous attractions makes it well worth visiting.
Alleppey(1 night) Day 9-10
Drive from Trivandrum to Alleppey (150Km - 3.5H)
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AlleppeyWashed by the silvery waves of the Arabian Sea, Alleppey, the Venice of the East welcomes you to the backwaters of kerala. The Palm fringed canals and shores bustling with glimpses from the day to day life in the country side, the mirror still lagoons, picture book lakesides and its long sandy beach has blessed Alappuzha, the water locked district, to become one of the best Backwater tourism destinations in God's Own Country. ActivitiesSpend time at Backwater Cruise, enjoy Boat Races (August-September), visit Kuttanad Region, Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple, Ambalapuzha Temple, Arthunkal Church, Champakulam Church, Chavara Bhavan and Mararikulam.
Kumarakom(2 nights) Day 10-12
Drive from Alleppey to Kumarakom (45Km - 1H)
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KumarakomKumarakom, a cozy little island just 16 kilometer west of Kottayam in India’s favorite destination – Kerala, is renowned the world over for its exotic migratory birds, self sustaining eco-system and hospital on arrival check into the hotel after taking brief leisure visit Kumarakom bird sanctuary at evening see the breathtaking view of lake during the sunset leaves a spellbound. ActivitiesVisit Vembanad Lake is home to several types of marine life exclusively the 'Karimeen' (Pearl Spotted Fish), the 'Chemeen' (Prawns) and the 'Konju' (Tiger Prawns) and Kumarakom bird sanctuary.
Cochin(1 night) Day 12-13
Drive from Kumarakom to Cochin(60Km - 1.2H)
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CochinCochin, the commercial capital of Kerala, served by an international airport, fine communication facilities, excellent accommodation, modern amenities and a lot of attractive tourist places gives a breathtaking experience for its visitors and settlers. The district took its form on 1st April 1958, by carving out the areas of erstwhile Travancore, Kochi & Malabar kingdoms. ActivitiesVisit Santa Cruz Basalica, St Francis Church, Dutch Cemetry, Princess Street, Waterfront, Mattanchery Palace, Indira Gandhi Boat Race (Conducted in August-September during Onam), Bolgatty Island, Willingdon Island, Kumbalangi, The Bishop’s House, Cochin Carnival (in the last 10 days of the year), St George’s Forane Church at Edapally, Kerala History Museum at Edapally, St Thomas Mount, Malayattoor (10 kms) and Hill Palace at Thripunithura (12 km).
Goa(3 nights) Day 13-16
Flight from Cochin to Goa (760 km)
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GoaGoa is India's smallest state by area and the fourth smallest by population. Located in West India in the region known as the Konkan, it is bounded by the state of Maharashtra to the north, and by Karnataka to the east and south, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast.  ActivitiesExplore the vibrant markets of Goa, especially the Anjuna Flea Market; relax by the lovely beaches taking in the sun, sand and sea. If you want to experience what may well be the thrill of your life, try bungee jumping off a 25-metre crane at Gravity Zone. Goa is not known as one of the world's top dive sites, there is still plenty to see underwater if you feel the urge to go scuba diving. 
Mumbai(1 night) Day 16-17
Flight from Goa to Mumbai
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MumbaiThe nocturnal city! For generations, Mumbai (formerly Bombay) has welcomed travellers from around the globe. This bustling port has many faces: financial capital, entertainment capital and booming metropolis with over 13 million people calling it home. Admire its colonial heritage, try one of its myriad restaurants, or experience its world class nightlife and shopping avenues. ActivitiesView the historic landmark – Gateway of India; Stroll scenic Marine Drive (Pearl’s Necklace); Visit Hanging Gardens and see sunsets over the Arabian Sea, Prince of Wales Museum, Flora Fountain, Dhobi Ghat, Jain Temple, Mani Bhavan; Pass by Victoria Terminus Railway Station, Mumbai University; Explore vibrant Markets and Bazaars; Visit Banganga to see the Sacred Tank believed to contain water from the Holy Ganges; observe the way of life beside a temple in nearby villages and settlements.
Day 17:- Transfer to the International Airport.
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