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DAY 01: Bangalore / Mysore (140 Kms / 03 Hrs)

SrirangapatnaMeet on arrival and proceed to Mysore, enroute visit Srirangapatna - Island fortress of Tippu Sultan, the legendary Tiger of Mysore who put up a valiant fight against British domination, Tippu's Summer Palace, Ranganatha Temple, Bird Sanctuary, etc., on arrival Check into a hotel, Evening visit Chamundi Hill , overnight.

DAY 02: Mysore

St.Philemon's ChurchMorning breakfast, proceed for full day sight seeing, visit Maharaja Palace -built in 1911-12 by Wodeyar Rulers, the palace is a splendid structure in the Indo-Saracenic Style, among its many attractions are a magnificent gold throne displayed during the Dussara celebrations. Art Gallery -the art gallery in the Jaganmohan Palace house an excellent collection of ceramics, sandalwood, ivory, stone, antique furniture and ancient musical instruments, Mysore Zoo -established with royal patronage in the 19 th century, the zoo's collection of fauna includes rare and exotic species housed in lush green environs, St. Philemon's Church, Brindavan Garden -the famous gardens at the Krishna Raja Sagar Dam after sundown, when musical fountains and colored lights transform this place into a magical fairyland and overnight at the hotel.

DAY 03: Mysore / Wayanad (100 Kms / 02 Hrs)

WayanadMorning breakfast and check out of the hotel and proceed to Wayanad. On arrival check in to a Resort - Come close to nature in Wayanad where thousands of acres of unadorned rainforest come alive in timeless landscapes and vistas. Its forbidding beauty and un-trodden paths make peace with its solitude. Proceed for lunch and relax. Afternoon free to relax at the poolside or go for nature walk. Evening dinner and overnight.

DAY 04: Wayanad

Pookoot LakeMorning breakfast and leave for full day sightseeing, visit to Banasura Project, Padinjarathara - The picturesque Banasura Project is the largest earthern dam in India and the second largest in Asia. Located in the midst of lovely, mist-clad hills with a wildlife sanctuary and park full of flowering trees, this spot of enchantment has no parallel elsewhere. With its placid crystal clear waters Banasura is a wonderful picnic spot. Edakkal caves - What kind of people were our ancestors What kind of lives did they lead Often, the paths leading to the answers to these questions are as fascinating as the answers themselves. If you would like to walk a little way along one such wonderful path of discovery, one good place to visit would be the Edakkal caves in the Ambukuthi Hills in north Kerala, considered to be one of the earliest centres of human habitation. Inside the cave you will find ancient stone scripts, pictorial wall inscriptions of human and animal figures with peculiar head dresses, the swastik form, symbols and cave drawings of human figures, wheels, bows, knives, trees and so on. Similar cave drawings, considered to be 7000 years old, are found only in Stiriya in the European Alps and a few rocky places in Africa. Pookot Lake - A natural fresh water lake surrounded by evergreen forest and rolling hills. A fresh water aquarium with large variety of fish is an added attraction. Tourists can also avail of boating facilities, children's park, and a shopping centre for handicrafts and spices. Return back to the hotel, dinner and overnight.

DAY 05: Wayanad / Calicut (85 Kms / 02 Hrs)

Kozhikode beachMorning breakfast and check out of the hotel and proceed to Calicut. On arrival check in to resort. Lunch and half day sightseeing visit to, Krishna Menon Museum - This museum has an exclusive wing dedicated to the late V K Krishna Menon, renowned statesman. His personal belongings and souvenirs are displayed here, Pazhassiraja Museum and Art Gallery - A veritable treasure trove for historians and connoisseurs of art, the Pazhassiraja Museum is located in Kozhikode - the land of spices which lured navigators from time immemorial down to the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama in 1498. Later on in the evening visit Kozhikode Beach - is a favourite haunt of sunset viewers. Its natural beauty and old world charm makes it a dreamy place to visit. The beach has an old lighthouse and two crumbling piers running into the sea, each more than a hundred years old. Return back to the resort, dinner and overnight.

DAY 06: Calicut / Cochin (224 Kms / 05 Hrs)

St.Francis ChurchMorning breakfast and check out of the resort and proceed to Cochin. On arrival check into resort. Lunch and halfway Sightseeing City tour to Cochin St. Francis Church - these centuries old church at Fort Kochi was originally built completely of timber and later reconstructed in stone masonry. It was restored in 1779 by the Protestant Dutch, converted to an Anglican Church by the British in 1795 and is at present governed by the Church of South India. Pierce Leslie Bungalow - this charming mansion was the office of Pierce Leslie & Co., coffee merchants, founded in 1862. A representative of the Fort Kochi colonial bungalow, this building reflects Portuguese, Dutch and local influences. Characteristic features are wood panels that form the roof of the ground floor, arched doorways, carved doors and sprawling rooms. Waterfront verandahs are an added attraction. Loafer's Corner/Princess Street - One of the earliest streets to be constructed in Fort Kochi, Princess Street with its European style residences still retains its Old World charm. The best view of this quaint street can be had from Loafer's Corner, the traditional meeting place and hangout of the jovial funloving people of the area. Return back to resort, dinner and overnight.

DAY 07: Cochin

Willingdon IslandMorning breakfast and full day city sightseeing, visit to Maritime Museum - The Maritime Museum, located at INS Dronacharya in Kochi throws light on the genesis, history, evolution and landmarks of the Indian Navy. Indo-Portuguese Museum - The museum today is an important center to understand the Indo-Portuguese Christian Art heritage, which is still surviving. The museum is the outcome of the untiring efforts of the late Dr. Joseph Kureethra, Bishop of Kochi. Driven by sheer commitment to protect the rich heritage of his Diocese, the bishop established the Indo-Portuguese Museum to preserve some of the invaluable collections for posterity. Fort Kochi - The eventful history of this city began when a major flood in AD 1341 threw open the estuary at Kochi, till then a land locked region, turning it into one of the finest natural harbours in the world. Kochi thus became a haven for seafaring visitors from all over the world and became the first European township in India when the Portuguese settled here in the 15th century. Vasco da Gama Square - An ideal place to watch fishermen use these nets is the Vasco da Gama square, a narrow promenade along the beach. The square, which has numerous stalls serving fresh delicious seafood, tender coconut and so on, is also perfect for a nice, relaxed evening. Willingdon Island - Named after Lord Willingdon, a former British Viceroy of India, this man-made island is surrounded by beautiful backwaters. The island is the site of the city's best hotels and trading centres, the Port Trust and the headquarters of the southern naval command. Bolghatty Island - This lush, lovely island is famous for its palace of the same name. The Bolghatty Palace, built in 1744 by the Dutch and later taken over by the British. Evening return to resort, dinner and overnight.

DAY 08: Cochin / Kumarakom - House boat (85 Kms / 02 Hrs)

Vembanad LakeMorning breakfast and check out of the resort and proceed to Kumarakom and check into Houseboat. The house boat takes you around the backwater and visit The Vembanad Lake - The lake, an enchanting picnic spot and a fast developing backwater tourism destination, provides boating, fishing and sightseeing experiences that are truly exhilarating. Overnight in the houseboat ( all meals are served in the houseboat).

DAY 09: Kumarakom-Houseboat / Munnar (162 Kms / 03 Hrs)

House BoatMorning breakfast in houseboat and check out and proceed to Munnar. On arrival check in to the resort and Lunch. Relax and later in the evening visit coffee and tea plantation. Dinner and overnight.

DAY 10: Munnar

Top StationMorning breakfast and full day sightseeing around Munnar. Visit to Anayirangal - It's a lush green carpet of tea plants. A trip on the splendid reservoir is an unforgettable experience. The Anayirangal dam is surrounded by Tata Tea plantations and evergreen forests. Top Station - 1700m above sea level, this is the highest point on the Munnar-Kodaikanal road. The rare Neelakurunji (Strobilanthus) belongs to this region. Top Station also offers a panoramic view of neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu. Return back to hotel, dinner and overnight

DAY 11: Munnar / Thekkady (110 Kms / 03 Hrs)

Periyar lakeMorning breakfast and check out of the hotel and proceed to Thekkady. On arrival check in to the resort, lunch and relax. Later in the afternoon visit to The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary - The pride of Kerala and a testimony to nature's splendour and human innovation, the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated on the banks of the Periyar lake - an artificial lake, at Thekkady. Here the high ranges of the Western Ghats are clothed in dense evergreen, moist deciduous forests and savannah grasslands. Below this thick green canopy roam herds of elephants, sambars, tigers, gaurs, lion tailed macaques and Nilgiri langurs. After visiting Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary return back to the resort, dinner and overnight.

DAY 12: Thekkady / Kovalam (270 Kms / 05 Hrs)

Morning breakfast and check out of the hotel and proceed to Kovalam. On arrival check into resort, lunch and relax. In the evening relax at the beach. Overnight.

DAY 13: Kovalam

Morning breakfast and relax for the whole day or visit Thiruvananthapura (Trivandrum) to go around the streets for shopping. Overnight

DAY 14: Kovalam / Thiruvananthapuram (20 Kms / 30 Mins)

Morning breakfast and check out of the hotel and drop to Thiruvananthapuram International Airport. Tour Ends.

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