Kerala Family Delight with FREE Tickets to Napier Museum

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Trip Highlights

  • Enjoy a family getaway in Kerala, God's Own Country, and admire the beauty of serene backwaters, unspoiled beaches, and much more.

  • Have a blend of relaxation and adventure as you enjoy a houseboat stay in Alleppey and spend some quality time with your family, making amazing memories.

  • Visit the Napier Museum, influenced by Indian, Chinese, Kerala and Mughal schools of architecture, and see various bronze idols and ivory carvings. 

  • Spend time in peace as you cruise along the shores of the Kumarakom backwaters and admire the views of the paddy fields and coconut orchard.

  • Explore Trivandrum and seek the blessings of Lord Vishnu as you visit the beautiful Padmanabhaswamy Temple, an ancient temple in Kerala.

INR 18,296
INR 24,339
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What’s inside the package?
1 night stay in Kovalam
1 night stay in Alleppey
1 night stay in Kumarakom
Trivandrum Sightseeing Tour on a Private basis
Kumarakom Boat Cruise on a Private basis
Daily Breakfast
Expenses of a personal nature.
Meals not mentioned in the itinerary or inclusions
Any personal expenses

Know Before You Go

  • ID proof is mandatory for each individual guest at the time of booking, and also upon arrival.
  • The tour takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites.
  • Kindly make sure to carry a pair of winter clothes as you will require it when you will reach Munnar, the hill station.
  • Heavy rainfalls are observed between June to September so itinerary changes are possible. In case the roads are blocked due to landslides or any other natural calamity, a permit may not be available to go.
  • Wear appropriate clothing, especially when visiting religious sites. Revealing attire is not culturally acceptable.
  • Public drinking is prohibited so consume alcohol only in licensed establishments or private spaces.
  • While credit and debit cards are widely accepted, it's advisable to carry some cash, especially when visiting remote areas where card facilities may be limited.