Mystical Backwaters of Kerala
7 Nights / 8 Days

7 Nights Itinerary Covering: Cochin - Munnar - Kumarakom - Kovalam - Trivandrum


The south Indian state of Kerala is well-known for its beauty, all around the world. It is flocked by a large number of local and international tourists. If you are keen on exploring the amazing backwaters of Kerala, then opt for Mystical Backwaters of Kerala, a tour stretching for 7 nights and 8 days. You will visit places like Munnar, Kumarakom, and Kovalam. Also enjoy bird watching and boat ride at the Kumarakom bird sanctuary.

Note: This is just a suggested itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We tailor holidays for your specific needs. Contact us if you want modifications so that we could tailor a holiday to suit your need for an unforgettable India tour.


  • Guided tour toJewish Synagogue and St. Francis Church, Cochin
  • Visit to the CSI Church at Munnar, an important colonial-era church
  • A boat cruise in Kumarakom backwaters
  • Enjoy bird watching at Kumarakom Bird Watching
  • Indulge in fun activities at Samugra and Hawah beaches, Kovalam

Itinerary - Mystical Backwaters of Kerala

Day 1 - Arrival Cochin

A warm welcome by our representative greets you after your arrival in Cochin. Proceed to the hotel for check in. Later, enjoy a sightseeing trip of Cochin. Cochin is nothing less than a jewel in the treasure trove of Kerala. Visit St. Francis Church, Vasco House, Jewish Synagogue, and Dutch Palace. Walk along the beaches to view the ships, Chinese fishing nets, and the sparkling waters. See Kathakali dance program in the evening. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 - Cochin - Munnar

Set out for Munnar after breakfast. After arriving, check in at hotel and unwind. Munnar's cool air soaked with the aroma of spices is refreshing for those who have been spending their lives in the city for long. The lofty mountains, lovely valleys, and serene atmosphere make Munnar an eternal favorite. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3 - Munnar

Explore the beautiful hill station of Munnar. Some of the spots not to be missed are the Tata Tea Museum, the CSI Church Indo-Swiss Farm, Mattupetty Dam, Town Market, and Old Munnar Town. Wildlife enthusiasts are going to enjoy wildlife safari at Eravikulam National Park. Also visit the Blossom International Park. If you've long been yearning for moments of solitude, get in to the underground meditation centre of the park. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4 - Munnar - Kumarakom

Travel to Kumarakom after breakfast. On reaching, move to a hotel and spend the day in doing leisure activities. Kerala is best known for its backwaters and an extensive portion of Kumarakom's beauty lies in the panoramic stretches of palm-fringed backwaters. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5 - Kumarakom

Explore the majesty of Kumarakom today. Enjoy a boat cruise in the stretches of Kumarakom backwaters laced with coconut trees. Later, visit Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary on the banks of the Vembanad Lake. The sanctuary is home to an amazing variety of birds. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6 - Kumarakom - Kovalam

Start for Kovalam, post breakfast. After reaching Kovalam, we check into hotel. This idyllic retreat called Kovalam was formerly a sleepy tropical town. Now it witnesses a huge influx of all round the year. It's lovely golden beaches dotted with swaying palm trees appear to have emerged out of a post card. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 7 - Kovalam

Bask in the beaches of Kovalam. The Lighthouse Beach is the best-known beach in Kovalam and offers a striking view of the Vizhinjam Mosque. The Samudra Beach is a better option for those who love solitude. The Hawah Beach bustles with the activities of fishermen. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 8 - Kovalam - Trivandrum Departure

The blissful holiday in Kerala comes to an end today. Proceed to the airport in Trivandrum and board the flight back home.

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