Itinerary OverviewKerala is located on the southern tip of India with the Arabian Sea in the west and the Western Ghats towering 500 – 2700 m in the east. Kerala is divided into three regions – the coastal lowlands, the fertile midlands and the highlands. The lowlands of Kerala are networked by endless backwaters and the deltas of forty four rivers. The midlands are rich with cashew, coconut, areca nut, tapioca, banana, rice, ginger, pepper, sugarcane and vegetable plantations. The forested highlands abound in tea, coffee, rubber and spice plantations and wildlife.Day01ARRIVES AT COCHIN then to MUNNAR; 140KM, 4Hrs Drive Arrive at Cochin and transfer to the famous hill stations of Munnar(140Km ; 4hrs Drive). Up on arrival check into the hotel and refresh yourself. Then proceed to Sight seeing.Visit Rajamalai, the natural habitat of Nilgiri Tahr. The Rajamalai is 2695 Mts above from the sea level. (Visiting Time: 07.00 to 16.00Hrs). Then back to the hotel. Overnight at Munnar.Day02AT MUNNARAfter breakfast (0900Hrs) we will proceed to full day sightseeing at Munnar. Visit Mattupetty Dam which is situated at a height of 1700Mts. After that visit Eco-point and kundala lake. Then back to the hotel and overnight at Munnar.Day03MUNNAR to ALLEPPEY 180KM, 4Hrs DriveAfter breakfast, checkout from hotel and transfer to Alleppey at the house boat jetty .12 Noon check-in to the Houseboat and enjoy an overnight Cruise cum Stay in your house boat. Food will be provided in the house boat. Enjoy the backwaters in the houseboat and meander through the narrow Canals and villages. The backwater sail paints vivid picture of the traditional country life in its natural beautyDay04ALLEPPEY to COCHIN; 65KM, 1.30Hrs DriveMorning after breakfast, check-out from houseboat and transferred to Cochin. After fresh up proceed for sightseeing at old part of Cochin, Fort Cochin and Mattancherry. Visit the famous Chinese fishing nets which are distinctly unique to Cochin and watch its operations, then visit the famous St. Francis church where Vascoda Gama buried. After that visit Mattancherry palace (Dutch Palace), where you can find a fine collection of Mural paintings depicting the scenes of Hindu epics Ramayana & Mahabharata. Then you can walk through the Jewish street and visit the famous Jewish Synagogue which is built in 1568 and magnificently decorated by Chinese tiles and Belgian chandeliers. Overnight at Cochin.Day05DROP AT COCHIN AIRPORTAfter breakfast check out from Hotel and transfer to Cochin Airport / Railway station for departure.