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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 refreshing air. Afterward, enjoy some leisure time for shopping in the evening. Conclude the day with an overnight stay in Coimbatore.
On the second day, embark on a 5-hour drive from Coimbatore to Kodaikanal after having breakfast. Along the way, make a stop at Palani Murugan Temple, which is one of the six holy abodes of Lord Murugan. Afterward, proceed with your journey and unwind at the hotel. Spend the night in Kodaikanal.
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.
On the fourth day of your trip, you will be driving from Kodaikanal to Madurai, which will take approximately 3.5 hours. After finishing your breakfast, make your way to Madurai. During your visit, be sure to explore the renowned Azhagar Koil situated in Alagar Hills. Additionally, take the opportunity to visit the Pazhamudhirsolai Murugan Temple, which is one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Once you have arrived in Madurai, check-in to your hotel and take some time to relax. Later, visit the Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple, another one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Don't miss the chance to also visit the Meenakshi Amman Temple, a magnificent temple dedicated to Goddess Parvati, featuring a stunning thousand-pillared hall with captivating architecture. The temple complex is adorned with numerous shrines and sculptures, adding to its beauty. Enjoy an overnight stay in Madurai.
Start your day with a satisfying breakfast and then embark on a picturesque 3.5-hour drive to the sacred destination of Rameshwaram. Your journey to Rameshwaram begins with a visit to the iconic Pamban Bridge, a significant railway bridge spanning the Palk Strait, connecting the town of Rameshwaram to mainland India. Upon your arrival in Rameshwaram, complete your check-in process at the hotel and proceed to visit the revered Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple. Here, engage in a spiritually significant ritual by taking a dip in the 22 sacred wells, a symbolic act of internal purification from one's sins. Afterward, take some time to rest and rejuvenate at your hotel. Conclude your day with a tranquil overnight stay in the sacred surroundings of Rameshwaram.
On the sixth day, embark on a 5.5-hour drive to Kanyakumari. Along the way, take a break to explore the Tiruchendur Murugan Temple, which is one of the six holy abodes of Lord Murugan. Afterward, continue your journey and unwind at the hotel. Kanyakumari is located at the southernmost point of the Indian mainland and offers a stunning sunset view where the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean converge. Spend the night in Kanyakumari.
On the seventh day of the itinerary, embark on a three-hour drive from Kanyakumari to Thiruvananthapuram. Begin the day by visiting the renowned Kumari Amman Temple in the morning. Pay homage to the temple and then proceed to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, a monument erected in honor of the revered Hindu saint, Swami Vivekananda. This memorial also houses the impressive Thiruvalluvar Statue, standing at a height of 133 feet, with a pedestal of 38 feet and a statue of 95 feet. After exploring these landmarks, continue your journey to Trivandrum. During the drive, make a stop at the picturesque Padmanabhapuram Palace, which showcases a remarkable blend of Tamil and Kerala architectural styles. This wooden palace is encircled by a sturdy granite fortress, offering a glimpse into the rich heritage of the region. Once you have admired the palace, proceed to check-in at your hotel in Thiruvananthapuram. After settling in, make your way to the famous Padmanabhaswamy Temple, a significant Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Located in the Fort Area, this temple is renowned for its architectural splendor and religious significance. Take your time to explore the temple and soak in its spiritual ambiance. Following your visit to the temple, take a leisurely stroll along the beautiful Kovalam Beach. This serene beach is an ideal spot for relaxation and unwinding. Conclude the day by returning to your hotel in Thiruvananthapuram, where you will spend the night.
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.
On the ninth day of your journey, you will be traveling for approximately four hours from Alappuzha to reach Thekkady (Periyar), a stunning destination situated in the Idukki district of Kerala. Thekkady's unique location on the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu allows it to offer a blend of cultural and ecological experiences. You can engage in various wildlife activities such as taking a boat ride in the forest lake, going on a guided spice plantation walk, and watching a Kalaripayattu martial art show. You will be spending the night in 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, complete the check-in process at your hotel and take some time to unwind. Indulge in a peaceful overnight stay in the picturesque town of Munnar.
On DAY 11, embark on a comprehensive Munnar Hill Tour. Begin by exploring the captivating hill town of Mattupetty, renowned for its impressive dam and the picturesque lake it encompasses. This concrete gravity dam serves the dual purpose of water conservation and power generation. Covering an expansive area of 97 sq. km., proceed to Eravikulam National Park, home to the largest surviving population of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. This sanctuary also shelters various rare species of animals, birds, and butterflies. The park offers a breathtaking panorama of the tea plantations and the undulating hills, adorned with a gentle mist. Journey 13 km from Munnar to reach Echo Point, nestled along the riverbanks. This scenic spot is famous for its echoing phenomenon, which adds to its allure, even if you are not specifically seeking to hear the reverberation of your voice. Conclude the day by immersing yourself in the vibrant ambiance of the Spice Markets and Tea Plantations, as you take a leisurely evening stroll. Enjoy another night's stay 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 lies 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, embark on a six-hour drive from Kochi to Coimbatore after breakfast. Take a break enroute to explore the revered Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple, which is considered one of the oldest temples in South India and has been a site of worship for over 5000 years. Afterward, resume your journey to Coimbatore and enjoy the evening at your leisure for shopping. Spend the night in Coimbatore.
On the fourteenth day, you will commence your journey from Coimbatore airport in accordance with your designated flight timetable.