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  • 01Magnificent Kerala

    Magnificent Kerala
    • d6 Daysn5 Nights
    • lKochi
    • NNNNN30 ratings
    • Hoysala Tours & Travels Pvt Ltd
      Hoysala Tours & Travels Pvt Ltd

    5N/6D : Kochi – Thattekad – Munnar – Alleppey – Kochi

    What will you do : Bird Watching, Excursion, Sight Seeing, Backwater Cruise, Houseboat Stay

    What will you see : Rare Species of Birds, Mist Clad Mountains, Picturesque Valleys, Backwaters

    Kerala, one of the finest tourist destination in the world, also hosts the richest bird habitat in peninsular India. The enchanting range of Kerala’s avifauna attracts numerous bird lovers from different corners of the globe.

    Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, named after the legendary ornithologist Dr Salim Ali, is one of the exquisite habitats of more than 280 different species of birds. A visit to this abode of the birds is an extreme delight to the eyes and is an important feature of this tour. Following this visit, a visit to Munnar enhances the beauty and essence of this tour. Before concluding the tour, cruising the backwaters will bring you closer to the rustic charm of Kerala and will surely answer all your calls for a blissful holiday. 

  • 02Birding Expedition at Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary in Thakkekad

    Birding Expedition at Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary in Thakkekad
    • d3 Daysn2 Nights
    • lKochi
    • NNNNN27 ratings
    • Saurabh Mt
      Saurabh Mt

    About the Activity:

    • Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary located in Thakkekad earns the reputation of one of the best and richest hot spot for bird watching in India.
    • Home to more than 300 species of beautiful, colorful, known and rare bird species. Delight in the frequent spotting of these stunning birds rampant to Western Ghats.
    • This 3 day trip is a great opportunity to spot easy sighting as well as some of the rare bird species like Nilgiri Tahrs, Nilgiri wood pigeons, Mountain imperial pigeons, Nilgiri flycatcher, and Nilgiri Laughing.

    Meal Types: Vegetarian - All meals

    Accommodation Types: Jungle homestay on Triple Sharing Basis (Accommodation on twin sharing available on request)

    Transportation Types: Pickup Drop to and fro Ernakulam (Kochi)

    Activities: Wildlife Safari

    Difficulty Level: Moderate

  • 03Southern Spice Trail and Cycling Expedition in Fort Kochi, Kerala

    Southern Spice Trail and Cycling Expedition in Fort Kochi, Kerala
    • d8 Daysn7 Nights
    • lKochi
    • NNNNN38 ratings
    • Ms Sweta
      Ms Sweta

    About the Activity:

    • Enthrall in this delightful cycling expedition through the lush-green thickets, rubber and pineallple plantations to reach the beautiful Thattekad from fort Kochi.
    • Delight in birding experience under the guidance of an expertise while wandering through Salim Ali bird sanctuary.
    • Enjoy the tangy-spice aroma while embarking in a guided spice plantation trail. Know more about the spice plantation of this region.
    • Explore beaches lined with cantilevered Chinese fishing nets, the antique stores on Jew street, and the spices on Mattancherry.
    • Enjoy traditional Kathakali dance performance, lip smacking ‘Malayali Saadhya’ cuisine and rustic countryside appeal while riding through this slice of paradise.

    Meal Types:

    • Buffet Breakfast (7): Typical buffet spread of cereal, muesli and porridge. An egg dish usually completes the meal.
    • Lunch (7): Lunch will be light, either out of local restaurants or homestays where you can try the local home cooked cuisine and enjoy traditional “Chai’ya” complemented by some snacks and cookies provided en-route on your bike ride. Light meals spread over the day.
    • Dinner/ Packed lunches (6): Local Kerala Cuisine and on some days you can relish the delectable “Saadhya”. Fruit or a local dessert completes the meal.
    Transportation Types:  Tata Winger accompanying the riders and 21 speed mountain bikes

    Activities: Cycling

    Difficulty Level: Moderate

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