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Upon your arrival at Coimbatore airport for the Tamil Nadu and Kerala family tour, you will be warmly welcomed and promptly transferred to the designated vehicle. Begin your journey by visiting the renowned Marudhamalai Murugan Temple, a picturesque hill temple known for its tranquil ambiance and breathtaking surroundings. Immerse yourself in the serene atmosphere and enjoy the refreshing air. In the evening, take advantage of your free time to indulge in some shopping. Conclude the day with an overnight stay in Coimbatore.
On the second day of your journey, embark on a 5-hour drive from Coimbatore to Kodaikanal. Begin your day by having breakfast and then commence your scenic drive towards Kodaikanal. Along the way, make a stop at the revered Palani Murugan Temple, which is one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. After paying your respects, resume your drive and eventually reach Kodaikanal. Unwind and rejuvenate at the hotel, where you will be spending the night.
On the third day, explore the charming hill station of Kodaikanal with a full-day tour. Take in the sights of Kurinji Andavar Temple, Bryant's Park, Pillar Rocks, Coaker's Walk, and Kodaikanal Lake. Enjoy another night's stay in this picturesque destination.
As you progress to the fourth day of your journey, prepare for a 3.5-hour drive from Kodaikanal to Madurai after indulging in a hearty breakfast. Upon reaching Madurai, be sure to explore the revered Azhagar Koil, nestled in the Alagar Hills. While in the vicinity, seize the opportunity to visit the Pazhamudhirsolai Murugan Temple, one of the cherished six abodes of Lord Murugan. Once you've arrived at your destination, complete your check-in at the hotel and take a well-deserved moment to unwind. Later in the day, pay a visit to the Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple, yet another of the esteemed six abodes of Lord Murugan. Don't overlook the chance to explore the Meenakshi Amman Temple, a grandiose shrine devoted to Goddess Parvati, distinguished by its captivating thousand-pillared hall and intricate architectural marvels. The temple complex is adorned with myriad shrines and sculptures, adding to its overall splendor. Conclude your day with an overnight stay in the enchanting city of Madurai.
As you embark on the fifth day of your journey, gear up for a 3.5-hour drive from Madurai to Rameshwaram, ensuring you kickstart your day with a satisfying breakfast. Your exploration begins with a visit to the iconic Pamban Bridge, a remarkable railway bridge stretching across the Palk Strait, uniting the town of Rameshwaram with the Indian mainland. Upon reaching your destination, complete your check-in process at the hotel and then make your way to the venerated Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple. Here, partake in a spiritual ritual by immersing yourself in the 22 consecrated wells, seeking inner purification and absolution from sins. Following this sacred experience, take a well-deserved break at your hotel, allowing yourself to recharge and rejuvenate. Your day concludes with an overnight stay in the sacred environs of Rameshwaram.
As you proceed to the sixth day of your expedition, prepare for a 5.5-hour journey from Rameshwaram to the picturesque destination of Kanyakumari. Before hitting the road, ensure you kickstart your day with a satisfying breakfast. En route, make a memorable stop at the Tiruchendur Murugan Temple, one of the revered six abodes of Lord Murugan. Following this spiritual interlude, continue your drive and later find solace and relaxation at your chosen hotel. Kanyakumari, nestled at the southernmost tip of the Indian subcontinent, presents a mesmerizing spectacle as you witness the convergence of the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean during a breathtaking sunset. Conclude your day with an overnight stay in the enchanting coastal town of Kanyakumari.
Commence your day with a visit to the renowned Kumari Amman Temple in the morning. Then, explore the iconic Vivekananda Rock Memorial, a monument erected in honor of Swami Vivekananda, the revered Hindu saint. The Thiruvalluvar Statue, an impressive sculpture, graces the same location. The statue stands tall on a 38-foot pedestal, with the entire structure reaching a grand height of 133 feet. After this enriching experience, embark on your drive to Thiruvananthapuram. Along the way, make a stop to explore the charming Padmanabhapuram Palace, situated amidst serene surroundings and showcasing a splendid fusion of Tamil and Kerala architectural styles. The palace, constructed from wood, is encircled by a sturdy granite fortress. Upon reaching Thiruvananthapuram, check-in at your hotel and pay a visit to the renowned Padmanabhaswamy Temple, a significant Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Vishnu, nestled within the Fort Area. Afterward, unwind at your hotel and don't miss the opportunity to visit the picturesque Kovalam Beach, an ideal destination for leisure and relaxation. Conclude your day with a restful overnight stay in the vibrant city of Thiruvananthapuram.
On the eighth day, embark on a 4-hour drive from Thiruvananthapuram to Alappuzha. Following breakfast, proceed to partake in the Alleppey Backwater Cruise Tour. Upon arrival, check-in to the houseboat and savor a delectable lunch consisting of authentic Keralan cuisines. Cruise leisurely through the serene Vembanad lake aboard the houseboat until evening, when the boat will anchor at a designated spot. Enjoy a delightful dinner onboard and retire for the night in the comfort of an air-conditioned houseboat. Experience an overnight stay in the picturesque Alleppey Houseboat.
As you embark on the ninth day of your journey, prepare for a scenic 4-hour drive from Alappuzha to Thekkady, also known as Periyar. Thekkady, nestled in the picturesque Idukki district of Kerala, is a breathtaking destination with a unique location on the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. This distinctive setting allows Thekkady to offer a harmonious blend of cultural and ecological marvels. During your time in Thekkady, you'll have the opportunity to partake in various wildlife activities, including a serene boat ride on the captivating Forest Lake, a guided excursion through spice plantations, and the chance to witness the mesmerizing "Kalaripayattu" martial art show. After a day brimming with exploration and adventure, you'll savor a restful overnight stay in the enchanting realm of Thekkady.
On the tenth day of your journey, embark on a scenic drive from Thekkady to the famous hill station of Munnar, which will take approximately three hours. After enjoying a fulfilling breakfast, proceed with your drive and immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of South India. Upon arrival, check-in to your hotel and take some time to unwind. Indulge in a comfortable overnight stay in Munnar, rejuvenating yourself for the adventures that lie ahead.
On the eleventh day, explore Munnar Hill with a full-day tour. The town of Mattupetty is renowned for its dam and the lake it creates, which is a concrete gravity dam designed for water conservation and power generation. Covering an area of 97 sq. km., Eravikulam National Park is home to the largest population of endangered Nilgiri Tahr, as well as other rare animals, birds, and butterflies. The park provides a stunning view of the tea plantations and the rolling hills shrouded in mist. Echo Point, situated 13 km from Munnar on the riverbank, is famous for its echoing effect, but it is still a breathtaking sight even if you don't hear your voice reverberating. Spend the evening strolling through Spice Markets and Tea Plantations. Stay one more night in Munnar.
On Day 12, embark on a 4-hour drive from Munnar to Kochi. Begin your exploration by visiting the renowned Mattancherry Palace, originally constructed by the Portuguese. In the 17th century, the Dutch made modifications to the palace and presented it to the Raja of Kochi. Adjacent to the palace is the Jewish Synagogue, built in 1568, which boasts exquisite adornments of Chinese tiles and Belgian chandeliers. The Chinese Fishing Nets, an iconic sight of Kochi, have been in use since the 14th century and continue to captivate visitors. These nets were believed to have been introduced by traders from the court of the Chinese ruler Kublai Khan. Additionally, pay a visit to the esteemed Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple, where thousands of pilgrims and devotees seek solace and offer their reverential tributes to alleviate their afflictions. The temple provides respite from the burdensome anguish and tribulations of everyday life. Lastly, do not miss the opportunity to witness a traditional Kathakali dance show in the evening. Conclude the day with an overnight stay in Kochi.
On the thirteenth day, you will commence your journey from Kochi. Please proceed to Cochin airport in accordance with your designated flight schedule.