6N/7D Ganges River Cruise Tour

Hooghly River

Embark on this captivating journey that traverses the spiritual landscapes and historical tapestries of North India. From the sacred confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers in Allahabad to the tranquil river sail connecting the gems of Sitamadhi Ghat, Murdghat, and Mirzapur, every step unveils the essence of spirituality and culture. Immerse yourself in Varanasi’s vibrant aura, where the Ganges mirrors devotion, and witness the ethereal sunrise boat cruise. Explore Sarnath’s sacred teachings and the fusion of tradition and modernity at Banaras Hindu University. This tour curates a profound experience, taking you on a transformative journey through history, spirituality, and cultural heritage, leaving you with indelible memories and a deeper connection to the soul of North India.


Tour Overview

Embark on a mesmerizing expedition as you journey from Delhi to the sacred city of Allahabad, characterized by its confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers, a site revered for its spiritual significance. Uncover the historical tapestry of this ancient city, once named Prayag, where Akbar himself left his mark. Traverse through remnants of British colonial architecture as you explore the city’s hidden gems.

Set sail on the tranquil waters of the Ganga, traversing the picturesque landscapes from Sitamadhi Ghat to Murdghat, where riverside camping immerses you in nature’s embrace. Sail onwards to Mirzapur, a hub of craftsmanship known for its handwoven textiles and brassware. Varanasi, the “City of Light,” beckons with its ethereal aura, where the Ganges mirrors the spiritual devotion of pilgrims. Experience the timeless essence of Sarnath, where Lord Buddha shared his wisdom, and Banaras Hindu University embodies a blend of tradition and learning. Witness the sunrise on the Ganges, a sacred spectacle, and explore Varanasi’s temples that resonate with the soul of the city.

Your journey concludes as you depart from Varanasi, carrying the echoes of sacred waters, historical stories, and spiritual enlightenment within you.

Destinations Covered

Allahabad: This tour commences in Allahabad, a city steeped in religious and historical significance. Known as Prayag in ancient times, it stands at the confluence of the holy Ganga and Yamuna rivers, a site where numerous pilgrims gather to seek spiritual solace. Explore its rich past, from the sacrifice commemorated by Lord Brahma to its role as an important cantonment during British rule.

Sitamadhi Ghat and Murdghat: Embark on a serene river journey from Sitamadhi Ghat to Murdghat, navigating the tranquil waters of the Ganga. As you sail, experience the essence of river life and immerse yourself in the scenic landscapes that unfold along the banks. Camp by the riverside at Murdghat, connecting with nature in a unique way.

Mirzapur: Sail further downstream to Mirzapur, a city renowned for its exquisite handwoven textiles and intricate brassware. The Ganga’s waters mirror the city’s historical and artistic richness, making for an immersive experience as you pitch your camp on its picturesque banks.

Varanasi: Embrace the spiritual heart of India in Varanasi, the oldest living city in the world. The Ganges’ banks echo with prayers, rituals, and devotion, epitomizing the city’s sacred significance. Immerse yourself in its vibrant culture as you witness the sunrise boat cruise, explore temples like Kashi Vishwanath and Bharat Mata, and delve into the historical marvels.

Sarnath: Discover Sarnath, the place where Lord Buddha shared his teachings after attaining enlightenment. This sacred site bears witness to the foundations of Buddhism, with ancient structures and a serene ambiance that invites reflection and contemplation.

Banaras Hindu University: Experience a blend of tradition and modern education at Banaras Hindu University. Founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya, this institution is dedicated to Indian art, culture, and music. Explore the vibrant campus, which reflects the essence of both ancient knowledge and contemporary learning.

Detailed Tour Plan


Report at Delhi Railway Station to board overnight train to Allahabad.

Sangam Allahabad

ALLAHABAD : one of the sacred cities of Hinduism & also one of the oldest in India. Formely known as Prayag, in commemoration of a sacrifice by Lord Brahama, Allahabad stands at the confluence of two of India’s holiest rivers, the Ganga & the Yamuna. The Sangam as the confluence is called, is the venue of many sacred fairs & rituals and attracts thousand of pilgrims throughout the year. Akbar visited Prayag in 1575 & founded a new city by the name of Illahas, which has now become a modern Allahabad. The city was an important cantonment during the British Raj and has now some beautiful remains of colonial architecture.


Met upon arrival at Allahabad Railway Station and proceed to hotel for breakfast, wash and change. If time permits take a short tour of Anand Bhawan (the birth place of first Prime Minister of India, Late Jawahar Lal Nehru), etc.

Anand Bhawan

After the short sightseeing drive to Sitamadhi Ghat approx 70 kms in 01 to 02 hrs. Set sail upon arrival.


Lunch will be served on boat. Sail till 1800 hrs to arrive at Murdghat by covering appox 30 kms and pitch up tents on the river bank for dinner and overnight stay.



Morning after breakfast start sailing further downstream, eastwards to reach Mirzapur by covering appox 50 kms. If you are lucky you can catch the wind and sail smoothly and can feel the speed also.

MirzapurLunch will be served on boat around 1200 hrs. En-route visit the Hindu temple dedicated to the Goddess Kali who is the gardien of Vindhyachal Mountain Ranges by noon. Sail further towards Mirzapur. Mirzapur is well known for its Hand Woven Cotton, Woolen Carpets and Brass ware. Arrive and pitchup camp beyond Mirzapur on the banks of the river for dinner and overnight stay.


Morning after breakfast sail towards Varanasi. Enroute visit Medieval Fort of Chunar, built by legendry King Vikramaditya, appox at 0800 hrs. Now the fort has been converted as training centre for the Uttar Pradesh Police. You are allowed to see only a little portion. On the way to the fort there is a Cemetery of Britishers who had a short spell of power at Chunar.

Sail further towards Varanasi, stopping at Ramnagar to see the Palace Museum with its collection of weapons of different types, Palinquins, Ivory Items, Cars etc. appox at 1200 hrs.

Ramnagar fort Varanasi Ramnagar Palace MuseumLunch is served on the boat. River trip terminates at the first of the ghats, Lanka Ghat. Met upon arrival and transfer to hotel for dinner and overnight stay.


VARANASI : Also known as Banaras. It is one of the oldest living cities in the world & the ultimate pilgrimage for Hindus who believe that to die in the city is to attain instant salvation. Situation on the banks of the Ganga, Varanasi is the tract of holy land lying between the rivers Varuna & Assi which flow into Ganga. Varanasi is also known as Kashi, the city of light, since on of the twelve “Jyotirlingas” are installed here.


Morning after breakfast proceed to SARNATH . After Lord Buddha attained enlightenment in Bodhgaya he came to Sarnath. Several Buddhist structures were raised at Sarnath between the 3rd century BC & the 11th century AD.

Banaras Hindu UniversityAfternoon visit the famous Banaras Hindu University. One of the oldest educational University in India. Founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya as a centre for the study of Indian art, culture, music & also for sanskrit. Return to the hotel for dinner & overnight stay.


Early morning proceed for the exciting Boat Cruise on the Holy River Ganges to witness the Sunrise. You can see locals as well as pilgrims standing in waist deep water praying to the rising sun and offering flowers and lighting oil lamps. On the ghats is situated the cremation ground where nearby itself people are engaged in washing cloths, vessels, animals.


Enjoy the cruise and proceed for a short Temple tour covering Kashi Vishwanath temple also known as Golden Temple (Entry is restricted here) one can see the golden domes from the roof of an adjacent building, Bharat Mata temple (which is dedicated to whole of India), Kali Temple (known as Monkey temple because of their presence at all times).

Vishwanath Temple Varanasi

After lunch departure transfer to railway station in time to board the train for Delhi. Overnight in the train.


Morning arrive at Delhi Railway Station.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: What is the best way to reach Allahabad for this tour?
A: The tour begins with an overnight train journey from Delhi to Allahabad, ensuring a comfortable and convenient mode of travel.

Q: What is the significance of Allahabad’s confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers?
A: Allahabad’s confluence, known as the Sangam, holds immense spiritual significance in Hinduism. It’s believed that a sacrifice by Lord Brahma took place here, making it a revered pilgrimage site.

Q: Can you provide more details about sailing from Sitamadhi Ghat to Murdghat?
A: The river journey allows you to experience the tranquil beauty of the Ganga’s waters and its surrounding landscapes. Camping on the riverside at Murdghat adds a unique touch to your nature-filled experience.

Q: What is the historical and artistic significance of Mirzapur?
A: Mirzapur is renowned for its exquisite handwoven textiles and intricate brassware, reflecting the city’s historical and artistic prowess.

Q: How does Varanasi resonate with spirituality and cultural exploration?
A: Varanasi, also known as Banaras, is one of the oldest living cities in the world. Its Ganges ghats echo with prayers, rituals, and a deep sense of spirituality, while its temples and historical sites offer cultural insights.

Q: Can you elaborate on the significance of Sarnath on this tour?
A: Sarnath is the place where Lord Buddha shared his teachings after attaining enlightenment. It’s a sacred site for Buddhists and carries deep historical and spiritual importance.

Q: What does the visit to Banaras Hindu University entail?
A: Banaras Hindu University is a renowned educational institution founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. It is dedicated to Indian art, culture, and music, providing a blend of tradition and modern learning.

Q: How does the sunrise boat cruise on the Ganges enhance the experience?
A: The sunrise boat cruise allows you to witness locals and pilgrims engaging in prayers and rituals along the Ganges’ banks, creating a sacred and serene atmosphere.

Q: Are there shopping opportunities during the tour, particularly for handicrafts?
A: Yes, Mirzapur is known for its handwoven textiles and brassware, providing opportunities for shopping and experiencing the local craftsmanship.

Q: How does the tour conclude?
A: The tour concludes with a return journey to Delhi, bringing you back full circle to your point of departure, with memories of spiritual sites, historical marvels, and cultural exploration.

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Luxury River Cruise India

Luxury Cruise India

Luxury River Cruise IndiaLuxury River Cruise India

Anyone who has traveled by train or plane through India, or who has been driven on Indian roads, will be amazed to learn that there is actually a way to travel through the country in total serenity and comfort. Yet it is in fact possible to cruise for some 1750 miles on the rivers and inland waterways of India, passing through great cities, alongside wildlife sanctuaries and historical monuments and into the heart of rural India.

All India Tour Packages offers you Luxury River Cruise in India which deliver rich immersive experience and an amazing unforgettable holiday. Given below are names of leading Luxury River Cruise Operators in India..

Assam Bengal Navigation

ABN pioneered long-distance river cruising in India with our unique cruises on the River Brahmaputra in Assam and River Hugli between Kolkata and the Ganges with its ships Charaidew, Sukapha and Raj Mahal.

Although identical is shape and size, Charaidew is an old restored river vessel while Sukapha is a modern river vessel. Each vessel has three decks. The lower deck has common facilities – a bar (which serves wines, beer and spirits with a saloon opening on to front of the deck) and a dining room which serves Indian, local and Continental cuisine. The middle deck has 12 air-conditioned cabins with en-suite facilities – six rooms on either side of the corridor. The top deck is a large area for sunbathing.

The ships travel during the day, stopping en route for sightseeing while it is moored at night. The cruises are available round the year (except May & June) on various sectors which are as follows:

Brahmraputra River Cruises:

The ship sails on Guwahati-Kaziranga-Dibrugarh sector of Brahmaputra River. The cruise itineraries range from 4 days to 10 days between October and April. The wildlife and wilderness are the main features of these cruises and some of the destinations covered are Guwahati, Kaziranga National Park, Majuli Island, Dibrugarh and Sibsagar.

Hugli River Cruises:

These are 7 nights’ cruises on Hugli River between Kolkata and Farakka – covering destinations like Chandernagore, Kalna, Mayapuri, Plassey, Baranagar and Jangipur.

Ganges River Cruises:

These are 6-8 nights’ cruises on Hugli River between Farakka and Patna covering destinations like Rajmahal, Bhagalpur, Mokama and Fatwah.

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7 Days Cochin Periyar Kumarakom Alleppey Tour


Tour Overview

Explore the wonders of South India in this comprehensive tour that takes you on a captivating journey through the cultural and natural gems of the region. Beginning in the vibrant city of Cochin, now known as Kochi, immerse yourself in the blend of historic charm and modern vibrancy. Witness the legacy of various influences as you visit the Jewish Synagogue, the iconic Chinese Fishing Nets, the intricate Mattanchery Dutch Palace, and the revered St. Francis Church.

Embark on a scenic drive to the serene Periyar, where the lush Western Ghats house a rich array of rare animals, birds, and plants. Relax in the tranquil ambiance of Periyar and set sail on a mesmerizing boat ride along the picturesque Periyar Lake, providing glimpses of wildlife against the backdrop of natural beauty. Immerse yourself in the fragrant world of spices as you explore a spice plantation, gaining insight into Kerala’s aromatic treasures.

Next, journey to the enchanting realm of Kumarakom, a cluster of serene islands on the Vembanad Lake. Indulge in the tranquility and breathtaking views as you unwind in this idyllic setting. A short drive away, you’ll be captivated by the allure of Alleppey, where you’ll embark on a unique houseboat adventure along meandering canals and backwaters. Traverse through paddy fields, witness coconut palm groves, and experience the captivating simplicity of village life.

Your unforgettable journey concludes as you return to Cochin, where you’ll bid adieu to the mesmerizing landscapes and cultural treasures of South India. This tour promises a seamless blend of relaxation, exploration, and discovery, leaving you with cherished memories of this captivating region.

Duration:  7 Days / 6 Nights

Places:  Cochin > Periyar > Kumarakom > Alleppey > Cochin

7 Days Cochin Periyar Kumarakom Alleppey Tour

Destinations Covered

Cochin (Kochi): A fascinating blend of history, culture, and modernity, Cochin welcomes you with open arms. Explore the Jewish Synagogue with its intricate design, the iconic Chinese Fishing Nets that adorn the shoreline, and the historically significant Mattanchery Dutch Palace, offering a glimpse into the region’s colonial past. St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India, adds a touch of spirituality to your visit.

Periyar: Nestled in the Western Ghats, Periyar is a nature lover’s paradise. The serene Periyar Lake offers a unique boat ride experience where you might spot a variety of wildlife along its shores. Discover the secrets of spice plantations during your visit and immerse yourself in the vibrant green landscapes that make this region so enchanting.

Kumarakom: This tranquil cluster of islands set against the backdrop of Vembanad Lake provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Kumarakom offers a serene setting to unwind and rejuvenate, surrounded by the beauty of Kerala’s backwaters and lush greenery.

Alleppey (Alappuzha): Known as the “Venice of the East,” Alleppey is famous for its picturesque backwaters. Embarking on a houseboat cruise here is a unique experience, allowing you to float through serene canals, past paddy fields, and beneath swaying coconut palms. Immerse yourself in the simplicity of village life and enjoy the tranquil beauty of the waterways.

Houseboat Experience: Cruising on a traditional Kettuvallam houseboat is the highlight of this tour. As you glide through Alleppey’s intricate network of canals, you’ll witness the harmonious coexistence of nature and human life. The houseboat provides a comfortable and unique way to explore Kerala’s backwaters, offering glimpses of local culture and captivating landscapes.

Cultural and Religious Heritage: This tour brings you closer to South India’s rich cultural and religious heritage. From the historic St. Francis Church to the elegant Jewish Synagogue and the splendid Dutch Palace, you’ll experience the diverse cultural influences that have shaped the region over centuries.

Spice Plantation: Discover the aromatic world of spices during your visit to a spice plantation in Periyar. Gain insight into the cultivation and processing of a variety of spices, which have been an integral part of Kerala’s history and cuisine.

Overall, this tour takes you on a journey through South India’s enchanting landscapes, cultural treasures, and natural wonders, providing a well-rounded experience that balances relaxation, exploration, and immersion in the region’s unique charm.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01 – Arrive Cochin

Upon arrival in Cochin new name Kochi you will be met and transferred to hotel.


Afternoon free to relax or to do your own activities

Overnight:  hotel in Cochin

Day 02 – Cochin

At 0900 hrs you will be taken for morning city tour of Cochin visiting Jewish Synagogue, Chinese Fishing Net & Mattanchery Dutch Palace, St. Francis Church.

Kochi chinese fishnets


Mattancherry Dutch Palace

Afternoon free to relax

Overnight :  Hotel in Cochin

Day 03 – Cochin / Periyar (195 kms, 5 hours drive)

At 0845 hrs you will be driven from Cochin to Periyar (a few miles away from civilization, there is a place, the abode of many rare animals, birds and plants in the western ghats in Kerala, the land of green magic) and checkin at hotel.


Rest of the day free to relax.

Overnight :  hotel in Periyar

Day 04  – Periyar 

At 0630 hrs, you will be taken for a Boatride (public boat sharing with other passengers) to view wildlife on the bank of Periyar Lake.

Boat Ride in Lake Periyar

At 1130 hrs you will taken for spice plantation tour.

Spice Plantation Periyar

Rest of the day at leisure

Overnight :  Hotel in Periyar

Day 05 – Periyar / Kumarakom (135 kms, 3 hours drive)

At 0945 hrs you will be driven from Periyar to Kumarakom – a cluster of little islands on the Vembanad Lake and checkin at hotel.


Rest of the day free to relax.

Overnight :  Hotel in Kumarakom

Day 06 – Kumarakom / Alleppey (20 kms, 30 minutes drive)

 At 1130 hrs you will be driven from Kumarakom to Alleppey Jetty Point (when someone steps aboard a Kettuvallam, they step back into history, for these “moving masterpiece” have been plying the inland waterways of southwest India for untold centuries) and checkin at house boat.


Your houseboat will move slowly thru’ narrow canals & backwater where you will see paddy fields, temples, churches, coconut palm trees, island etc.


Overnight :  Houseboat in Alleppey

Day 07 – Alleppey/ Cochin (90 kms, 2 hrs drive)

At 1000 hrs your houseboat will reach Jetty point and then driven from Alleppey to Cochin Airport.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q1: What is the duration of this tour?
A1: The tour spans over a duration of 7 days, allowing you to explore the captivating destinations of Cochin, Periyar, Kumarakom, Alleppey, Trichy, and Madurai.

Q2: What attractions can I expect to see in Cochin?
A2: Cochin offers a rich blend of attractions, including the Jewish Synagogue, Chinese Fishing Nets, Mattanchery Dutch Palace, and the historic St. Francis Church.

Q3: What unique experience does the houseboat cruise in Alleppey offer?
A3: The houseboat cruise in Alleppey provides a chance to float through Kerala’s tranquil backwaters, passing by paddy fields, coconut palms, and village life, offering a serene and immersive experience.

Q4: What is the significance of Periyar?
A4: Periyar, nestled in the Western Ghats, is known for its lush landscapes and Periyar Lake. It offers wildlife viewing opportunities and insight into spice plantations.

Q5: What cultural gems are explored during this tour?
A5: You’ll explore cultural treasures like the St. Francis Church, Jewish Synagogue, and Dutch Palace, offering a glimpse into the historical and religious fabric of the region.

Q6: What can I expect in Trichy and Madurai?
A6: In Trichy, visit the impressive Rock Fort Temple and Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple. In Madurai, the Meenakshi Temple showcases intricate carvings and vibrant ceremonies.

Q7: How do I get a taste of local life?
A7: The houseboat cruise and visits to spice plantations provide opportunities to interact with local communities and gain insights into their way of life.

Q8: What’s the best way to explore Kumarakom?
A8: Kumarakom, a cluster of islands, offers a tranquil escape by the Vembanad Lake, perfect for relaxation amidst lush greenery.

Q9: Can you elaborate on the boatride on Periyar Lake?
A9: The boatride allows you to view wildlife along the shores of Periyar Lake, providing a chance to spot various animals and birds amidst the scenic Western Ghats.

Q10: How can I explore the backwaters of Kerala?
A10: The houseboat experience in Alleppey offers a unique way to explore Kerala’s intricate network of canals, providing a serene journey through the heart of the backwaters.

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6 Days Cochin Munnar Kumarakom Alleppey Tour

tea gardens munnar

Tour Overview

Embark on a serene journey through South India’s enchanting landscapes with this tour. Begin your adventure in Cochin, where you’ll be greeted and transferred to your hotel. Immerse yourself in the city’s cultural tapestry during an afternoon city tour. A tranquil evening boat ride by Sagar Rani allows you to absorb Cochin’s unique charm.

Proceed to Munnar, a picturesque hill station adorned with sprawling tea gardens, where you’ll enjoy the beauty of its landscapes. Explore Munnar’s tea estates, visit Mettupatty Dam for a boat ride, and relish the beauty of Echo Point and Kundala Lake. The journey continues to Kumarakom, where you’ll indulge in a relaxing waterside cruise at a delightful resort on the scenic Vembanad Lake. A shift to Alleppey takes you to a tranquil retreat on a houseboat, offering an afternoon cruise through backwater canals and coir villages.

Conclude your tour by disembarking at the Alleppey Boat Jetty and being transferred to Cochin airport for your departure to your onward destination, leaving you with cherished memories of your South Indian sojourn.

Duration:  6 days / 5 nights

Places:  Cochin > Munnar > Kumarakom > Alleppey > Cochin

6 Days Cochin Munnar Kumarakom Alleppey Tour

Destinations Covered

Cochin: Cochin, also known as Kochi, serves as the gateway to your South Indian journey. This historic port city boasts a rich cultural tapestry that reflects its diverse influences over the centuries. With a captivating blend of modernity and tradition, Cochin’s city tour takes you through its bustling streets, showcasing its colonial-era architecture, vibrant markets, and iconic landmarks like the Fort Kochi area, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, and the enchanting Chinese Fishing Nets. An evening boat ride on the serene waters of Sagar Rani offers a glimpse of Cochin’s tranquil beauty, setting the stage for the adventures to come.

Munnar: Nestled amidst rolling hills and verdant landscapes, Munnar presents a picture-perfect hill station retreat. Renowned for its sprawling tea gardens that carpet the undulating terrain, Munnar’s charm lies in its pristine beauty and rejuvenating ambiance. Exploring the tea estates provides an insight into the tea-making process while offering panoramic views of the surrounding valleys. The visit to Mettupatty Dam for a boat ride, the echo-inducing Echo Point, and the tranquil Kundala Lake showcases Munnar’s natural beauty and serenity.

Kumarakom: Kumarakom, situated on the banks of the serene Vembanad Lake, beckons with its lush backwaters and captivating landscapes. The waters cruise at an exotic resort offers a peaceful and rejuvenating experience. Embrace the tranquility as you glide through the backwaters, surrounded by lush greenery and the soothing sounds of nature. Kumarakom’s charm lies in its ability to provide a serene escape from the bustling world, allowing you to unwind and recharge.

Alleppey: Known as the “Venice of the East,” Alleppey is synonymous with the enchanting backwaters of Kerala. Here, you’ll embark on a unique experience by checking into a traditional houseboat, where you’ll spend the night floating on the calm waters. The backwaters cruise takes you through a labyrinth of canals, passing by picturesque coir villages and providing an intimate glimpse into the everyday life of the region’s inhabitants. The experience offers a unique blend of nature, culture, and relaxation.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01:  Cochin

Arrive Cochin. Airport / Railway Station, transfer to hotel.


Afternoon city tour of Cochin.

Jewish-Synagogue-Cochin Spice market Cochin Kochi chinese fishnets in twilight Kochi, Kerala. Fort Kochin, K

Evening boat ride by Sagar Rani.

sagar rani boat ride cochin

Overnight Stay at the hotel

Day 02: Cochin –Munnar (130 kms. /4 hrs.)

After breakfast, proceed to Munnar, popular hill stations in Southern India known for its sprawling tea gardens.

tea gardens munnar

Evening at leisure. Overnight Stay at the hotel.

Day 03: Munnar 

After breakfast, drive through the tea estates and visit Mettupatty Dam to enjoy a boat ride, Echo point, Kundala Lake.

echo point munnar

kundala lake munnar

Overnight Stay at the hotel.

Day 04: Munnar – Kumarakom (141 kms. /3.5 hrs.)

After breakfast, proceed to Kumarakom. Afternoon waters cruise at the exotic resort situated on the picturesque Vembanad Lake.


Overnight Stay at the hotel.

Day 05: Kumarakom – Alleppey (36 kms.)

Post breakfast, drive to Alleppey Check into House Boat. Afternoon Back waters Cruise through the canals & coir villages.


Overnight Stay at House Boat.

Day 06: Alleppey – Cochin 

Morning disembark at the Alleppey Boat Jetty.

Alleppey Boat Jetty

Transfer to Cochin airport for departure to onward destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

q: What is the starting point of the tour?
a: The tour begins in Cochin, also known as Kochi, which serves as the gateway to your South Indian journey.

q: What is the highlight of the Cochin city tour?
a: The Cochin city tour includes exploring historic landmarks such as Fort Kochi, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church, and experiencing the unique sight of Chinese Fishing Nets.

q: What is the main attraction of Munnar?
a: Munnar is renowned for its sprawling tea gardens, offering panoramic views and a chance to learn about the tea-making process. The Mettupatty Dam, Echo Point, and Kundala Lake also showcase its natural beauty.

q: What is the significance of Kumarakom?
a: Kumarakom is situated on the banks of Vembanad Lake and is known for its lush backwaters. It offers a serene waters cruise at an exotic resort, allowing travelers to unwind amidst natural beauty.

q: What is unique about Alleppey?
a: Alleppey, often called the “Venice of the East,” offers a distinct experience of staying in a traditional houseboat. The backwaters cruise takes you through canals and coir villages, offering a blend of nature and culture.

q: What does the backwaters cruise in Alleppey offer?
a: The backwaters cruise in Alleppey provides an intimate glimpse into the daily life of the region’s inhabitants as you glide through the calm waters, surrounded by lush greenery.

q: How does the tour end?
a: The tour concludes in Cochin, where you’ll disembark from the houseboat at the Alleppey Boat Jetty. You’ll then be transferred to the Cochin airport for your departure to your onward destination.

q: What is the main theme of this tour?
a: The tour’s main theme is to explore the serene beauty of South India, including historic sites, hill stations, tea gardens, and tranquil backwaters.

q: How long is the duration of the tour?
a: The tour is designed to be a 6-day journey, offering a well-rounded experience of Cochin, Munnar, Kumarakom, and Alleppey.

q: What kind of experience can travelers expect from this tour?
a: Travelers can expect a blend of cultural exploration, natural beauty, and relaxation as they immerse themselves in the historic sites, tea estates, and backwaters of South India.

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