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'' When planning your tour to Kerala, it is advisable to book your Kerala taxi and hotels well in advance. Kerala tourism relies heavily on taxi services and tempo travelers, and booking ahead ensures not only lower taxi charges but also better service quality. If you wait to book upon arrival in Kerala, you may encounter higher costs and a diminished level of service."

Before booking your Tourism Car or Tempo Traveller, please specify the number of adults and children accompanying you. It's crucial to ensure compliance with taxi permit regulations, which may limit the number of passengers allowed in the vehicle. - Sedan Kerala Taxi: Only for 4 passengers, including children. - Ertiga Kerala Taxi: Can accommodate up to 5 passengers, but it's best for 4 adults and 2 children. - Innova 6+1: Designed for 6 passengers, including children. - 7+1 Innova and Innova Crysta Taxi: Allow 7 passengers, including children. - 10-Seat Tempo Traveller: Only allows 10 passengers, including children. - 12-passenger Tempo Traveller: Allows up to 12 passengers, including children. - For groups of more than 13 to 17 passengers, please book a 17-passenger Tempo Traveller. - For groups exceeding 17 passengers, please book a 26-seater Tempo Traveller. Please note that infants are also counted in the total number of passengers, and all passengers, regardless of age, have insurance coverage, including one-month-old infants, which will be included in the permit. In the event of an accident, insurance coverage may not be applicable.

03 Days – Cochin to Cochin Hill Stations & Backwater Tours Cochin - Munnar - Cochin 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOCHIN DEPARTURE 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 03After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cochin airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

04 Days – Cochin to Cochin Cochin - Munnar - Alleppey - Cochin Hill Stations & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 200 KM 5 HOURS DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. Alleppey offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and tranquil experiences, making it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an authentic Kerala experience. we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOCHIN DEPARTURE 100 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 04After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cochin airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

04 Days – Cochin to Cochin Cochin - Munnar - Varkala - Cochin Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 250 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Varkala Beach, After the Check in Visit to Varkala Beach : Varkala International Beach This is the main beach in Varkala, known for its cliffs and golden sands. You can relax on the beach, swim in the Arabian Sea, or take a stroll along the cliff. Varkala Cliff : The cliff along the beach offers stunning views of the sea. There are numerous cafes, shops, and accommodations along the cliff where you can enjoy the scenery. One of Best Sunset Point. Kappil Beach : Enjoy a serene boat ride on the backwaters of Kappil Lake, which is surrounded by coconut groves and offers a peaceful escape. Janardanaswamy Temple : This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is a significant pilgrimage site. It's located near the beach and attracts both devotees and tourists. Sivagiri Mutt : Situated about 3 km from Varkala, this is a prominent ashram founded by the philosopher and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The mutt is set in a serene environment and is open to visitors. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOCHIN DEPARTURE 170 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 04 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cochin airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

04 Days – Kochin to Trivandrum Kochin - Munnar - Varkala - Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 250 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Varkala Beach, After the Check in Visit to Varkala Beach : Varkala International Beach This is the main beach in Varkala, known for its cliffs and golden sands. You can relax on the beach, swim in the Arabian Sea, or take a stroll along the cliff. Varkala Cliff : The cliff along the beach offers stunning views of the sea. There are numerous cafes, shops, and accommodations along the cliff where you can enjoy the scenery. One of Best Sunset Point. Kappil Beach : Enjoy a serene boat ride on the backwaters of Kappil Lake, which is surrounded by coconut groves and offers a peaceful escape. Janardanaswamy Temple : This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is a significant pilgrimage site. It's located near the beach and attracts both devotees and tourists. Sivagiri Mutt : Situated about 3 km from Varkala, this is a prominent ashram founded by the philosopher and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The mutt is set in a serene environment and is open to visitors. 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 60 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 04 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

04 Days – Kochin to Kochin Kochin - Munnar - Cherai - Kochin Hill Stations - Beach Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 CHERAI BEACH SIGHTSEEING 150 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cherai Beach is a picturesque stretch of coastline located in the state of Kerala, India. With its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and serene waters, Cherai Beach is renowned for its natural beauty and tranquil atmosphere. It attracts tourists from all over the world who come to relax, sunbathe, and enjoy activities such as swimming, beach volleyball, and water sports. The beach is also known for its stunning sunsets, which paint the sky with vibrant hues, creating a breathtaking backdrop for evening strolls along the shore. Additionally, Cherai Beach is dotted with resorts, restaurants, and cafes where visitors can indulge in delicious local cuisine while taking in the scenic views. Overall, Cherai Beach offers a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure, making it a popular destination for travelers seeking a rejuvenating beach getaway. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOCHIN DEPARTURE 30 KM 1 HOURS DAY- 04 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cochin airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

04 Days – Trivandrum to Rameshuwaram Trivandrum - Kovalam - Kanya Kumari - Rameshuwaram Beach and Temple Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM ARRIVAL DAY 25 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Trivandrum airport or Railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to Kovalam / Trivandrum Your resort after the Check In Local sightseeing in Trivandrum. Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 85 KM FULL DAY DAY 02-After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 330 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Rameshuwaram, After the Check in Visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple: This temple is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is renowned for its massive corridors, majestic towers, and sacred water tanks. Pilgrims believe that a visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple and bathing in the 22 holy wells (teerthams) within the temple complex washes away sins. Agni Theertham Beach: Situated just outside the Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Theertham Beach is considered one of the holiest beaches in India. Pilgrims take ritual baths here before entering the temple. The beach is also known for its serene ambiance and beautiful sunsets. Dhanushkodi Beach: Located around 20 kilometers from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a ghost town with a tragic history. It was destroyed by a cyclone in 1964. Today, visitors can explore the ruins and enjoy the scenic beauty of the deserted beach. Pamban Bridge: Spanning the Palk Strait and connecting Rameshwaram Island with the mainland, Pamban Bridge is an engineering marvel. It is India's first sea bridge and offers stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial: Dedicated to the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, this memorial showcases his life, achievements, and contributions to the country. It is located in his hometown of Rameshwaram and serves as an inspiration to visitors. Kothandaramaswamy Temple: Situated on the outskirts of Rameshwaram, this temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama performed the Pattabhishekam (coronation) of Vibhishana, the brother of demon king Ravana, during the Ramayana era. These are just a few of the many attractions that Rameshwaram has to offer. Whether you're a pilgrim seeking spiritual solace or a traveler interested in history and natural beauty, Rameshwaram has something for everyone to explore and enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM DEPARTURE 10 KM 30 MINUTES DAY- 04 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Rameshuwaram Railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

04 Days – Trivandrum to Madurai Kovalam - Kanya Kumari - Rameshuwaram - Madurai Beach and Temple Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM ARRIVAL DAY 25 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Trivandrum airport or Railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to Kovalam / Trivandrum Your resort after the Check In Local sightseeing in Trivandrum. Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 85 KM FULL DAY DAY 02-After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 330 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Rameshuwaram, After the Check in Visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple: This temple is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is renowned for its massive corridors, majestic towers, and sacred water tanks. Pilgrims believe that a visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple and bathing in the 22 holy wells (teerthams) within the temple complex washes away sins. Agni Theertham Beach: Situated just outside the Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Theertham Beach is considered one of the holiest beaches in India. Pilgrims take ritual baths here before entering the temple. The beach is also known for its serene ambiance and beautiful sunsets. Dhanushkodi Beach: Located around 20 kilometers from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a ghost town with a tragic history. It was destroyed by a cyclone in 1964. Today, visitors can explore the ruins and enjoy the scenic beauty of the deserted beach. Pamban Bridge: Spanning the Palk Strait and connecting Rameshwaram Island with the mainland, Pamban Bridge is an engineering marvel. It is India's first sea bridge and offers stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial: Dedicated to the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, this memorial showcases his life, achievements, and contributions to the country. It is located in his hometown of Rameshwaram and serves as an inspiration to visitors. Kothandaramaswamy Temple: Situated on the outskirts of Rameshwaram, this temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama performed the Pattabhishekam (coronation) of Vibhishana, the brother of demon king Ravana, during the Ramayana era. These are just a few of the many attractions that Rameshwaram has to offer. Whether you're a pilgrim seeking spiritual solace or a traveler interested in history and natural beauty, Rameshwaram has something for everyone to explore and enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 MADURAI DEPARTURE 180 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 04 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Madurai airport or railway station. On the way You Have time permited Please Visit Madurai Meenakshi Temple, also known as Meenakshi Amman Temple, is a historic and iconic Hindu temple located in the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi, an incarnation of Parvati, and her consort Lord Sundareswarar (Shiva), this temple complex is renowned for its grand architecture, intricate carvings, and religious significance. Here's an overview of what you can expect to see and experience at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple: Main Shrines: The temple complex is centered around two main shrines dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar. The towering gopurams (gateway towers) adorned with colorful sculptures and intricate carvings lead to these sanctums. Meenakshi Nayakkar Mandapam: This hall, located just before the main sanctum of Meenakshi Amman, features stunning sculptural work depicting various mythological scenes and celestial beings. It's a mesmerizing display of Dravidian architecture. Thousand Pillar Hall: Also known as "Aayiram Kaal Mandapam," this hall is renowned for its intricately carved pillars, each unique in design. The hall is used for various cultural and religious functions and provides a glimpse into the artistic brilliance of the craftsmen of yesteryears. Golden Lotus Tank: Located within the temple complex, this sacred tank is believed to have medicinal properties. Devotees take ritual baths here before entering the temple. Kalyana Mandapam: This hall is dedicated to the celestial wedding of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar, which is celebrated annually with great pomp and splendor during the Chithirai festival. Pooja Ceremonies: Various pooja ceremonies are performed throughout the day, offering devotees the opportunity to participate in the temple rituals and seek blessings from the deities. Festivals: The Madurai Meenakshi Temple celebrates numerous festivals throughout the year, including the Meenakshi Thirukalyanam (celestial wedding), Meenakshi Tiruvizha, and the famous Chithirai festival, which attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists. Visiting the Madurai Meenakshi Temple is not only a religious experience but also a journey through centuries of rich cultural heritage and artistic excellence. The temple stands as a symbol of devotion, spirituality, and architectural marvel, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

08 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Madurai - Rameshuwaram - Kanya Kumari - Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 MADURAI SIGHTSEEING 160 KM 4 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Madurai After the check in Visit Madurai Meenakshi Temple, also known as Meenakshi Amman Temple, is a historic and iconic Hindu temple located in the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi, an incarnation of Parvati, and her consort Lord Sundareswarar (Shiva), this temple complex is renowned for its grand architecture, intricate carvings, and religious significance. Here's an overview of what you can expect to see and experience at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple: Main Shrines: The temple complex is centered around two main shrines dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar. The towering gopurams (gateway towers) adorned with colorful sculptures and intricate carvings lead to these sanctums. Meenakshi Nayakkar Mandapam: This hall, located just before the main sanctum of Meenakshi Amman, features stunning sculptural work depicting various mythological scenes and celestial beings. It's a mesmerizing display of Dravidian architecture. Thousand Pillar Hall: Also known as "Aayiram Kaal Mandapam," this hall is renowned for its intricately carved pillars, each unique in design. The hall is used for various cultural and religious functions and provides a glimpse into the artistic brilliance of the craftsmen of yesteryears. Golden Lotus Tank: Located within the temple complex, this sacred tank is believed to have medicinal properties. Devotees take ritual baths here before entering the temple. Kalyana Mandapam: This hall is dedicated to the celestial wedding of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar, which is celebrated annually with great pomp and splendor during the Chithirai festival. Pooja Ceremonies: Various pooja ceremonies are performed throughout the day, offering devotees the opportunity to participate in the temple rituals and seek blessings from the deities. Festivals: The Madurai Meenakshi Temple celebrates numerous festivals throughout the year, including the Meenakshi Thirukalyanam (celestial wedding), Meenakshi Tiruvizha, and the famous Chithirai festival, which attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists. Visiting the Madurai Meenakshi Temple is not only a religious experience but also a journey through centuries of rich cultural heritage and artistic excellence. The temple stands as a symbol of devotion, spirituality, and architectural marvel, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe. It's time to return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 180 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Rameshuwaram aftr the Check in proceed to Local Sightseeing at the Rameshuwaram, Agni Theertham Beach: Situated just outside the Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Theertham Beach is considered one of the holiest beaches in India. Pilgrims take ritual baths here before entering the temple. The beach is also known for its serene ambiance and beautiful sunsets. Dhanushkodi Beach: Located around 20 kilometers from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a ghost town with a tragic history. It was destroyed by a cyclone in 1964. Today, visitors can explore the ruins and enjoy the scenic beauty of the deserted beach. Pamban Bridge: Spanning the Palk Strait and connecting Rameshwaram Island with the mainland, Pamban Bridge is an engineering marvel. It is India's first sea bridge and offers stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial: Dedicated to the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, this memorial showcases his life, achievements, and contributions to the country. It is located in his hometown of Rameshwaram and serves as an inspiration to visitors. Kothandaramaswamy Temple: Situated on the outskirts of Rameshwaram, this temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama performed the Pattabhishekam (coronation) of Vibhishana, the brother of demon king Ravana, during the Ramayana era. These are just a few of the many attractions that Rameshwaram has to offer. Whether you're a pilgrim seeking spiritual solace or a traveler interested in history and natural beauty, Rameshwaram has something for everyone to explore and enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing [ Next Day Early Morning Visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple: This temple is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is renowned for its massive corridors, majestic towers, and sacred water tanks. Pilgrims believe that a visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple and bathing in the 22 holy wells (teerthams) within the temple complex washes away sins.] 00 – 00 - 2024 KANAYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 330 KM 6 Hours FULL DAY. DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Kanya Kumari and After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 85 KM 3 Hours FULL DAY DAY 07- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 25 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 08 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

07 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Alleppey - Kovalam - Kanya Kumari Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI DAY TRIP SIGHTSEEING 85 KM FULL DAY DAY 06-After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Kanya Kumari Day trip Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, After the Sunset return to the resort Kovalam for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 25 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 07 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

07 Days – Kochi to Kanya Kumari. Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Madurai -Rameshuwaram - Kanya Kumari drop Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 COCHIN ARRIVAL DAY 100 KM FULL DAY DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the Cochin After the Check in Visit Cochin Local sightseeing Fort Kochi Start your day by exploring the historic Fort Kochi area. Visit the iconic Chinese Fishing Nets, which are a symbol of Kochi's maritime heritage. Stroll along the picturesque Fort Kochi Beach and admire the colonial architecture around the area. St. Francis Church: Visit the St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India, built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. It holds great historical significance as it was where the famous explorer Vasco da Gama was originally buried. Santa Cruz Basilica: Next, head to the Santa Cruz Basilica, another beautiful church in Fort Kochi known for its stunning architecture and vibrant interior decorations. Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace): Explore the Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, which showcases exquisite Kerala murals depicting scenes from Hindu mythology and the history of the region. Jew Town: Take a walk through Jew Town, an area known for its antique shops, spice markets, and the Jewish Synagogue, which is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth of Nations. Paradesi Synagogue: Visit the Paradesi Synagogue, located in the heart of Jew Town. Admire its elegant architecture, ornate interiors, and the impressive collection of Belgian glass chandeliers. Kerala Folklore Museum: End your day with a visit to the Kerala Folklore Museum, where you can learn about the rich cultural heritage of Kerala through its extensive collection of artifacts, costumes, and traditional art forms. Hill Palace Museum: Head to the Hill Palace Museum, located in Tripunithura, which was the official residence of the Kochi royal family. Explore the museum's vast collection of artifacts, including royal belongings, paintings, sculptures, and archaeological findings. Kochi Marine Drive: Begin your day by taking a leisurely stroll along the scenic Kochi Marine Drive, a picturesque promenade facing the backwaters. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Arabian Sea and the bustling activity along the waterfront. Cherai Beach: Spend your afternoon relaxing at Cherai Beach, a pristine stretch of golden sand fringed with coconut palms. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or simply taking a leisurely walk along the shore. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR DAY 02 145 KM 4 HOURS After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM 320 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Rameshuwaram On the way You Have time permited Please Visit Madurai Meenakshi Temple, also known as Meenakshi Amman Temple, is a historic and iconic Hindu temple located in the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi, an incarnation of Parvati, and her consort Lord Sundareswarar (Shiva), this temple complex is renowned for its grand architecture, intricate carvings, and religious significance. Here's an overview of what you can expect to see and experience at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple: Main Shrines: The temple complex is centered around two main shrines dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar. The towering gopurams (gateway towers) adorned with colorful sculptures and intricate carvings lead to these sanctums. Meenakshi Nayakkar Mandapam: This hall, located just before the main sanctum of Meenakshi Amman, features stunning sculptural work depicting various mythological scenes and celestial beings. It's a mesmerizing display of Dravidian architecture. Thousand Pillar Hall: Also known as "Aayiram Kaal Mandapam," this hall is renowned for its intricately carved pillars, each unique in design. The hall is used for various cultural and religious functions and provides a glimpse into the artistic brilliance of the craftsmen of yesteryears. Golden Lotus Tank: Located within the temple complex, this sacred tank is believed to have medicinal properties. Devotees take ritual baths here before entering the temple. Kalyana Mandapam: This hall is dedicated to the celestial wedding of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar, which is celebrated annually with great pomp and splendor during the Chithirai festival. Pooja Ceremonies: Various pooja ceremonies are performed throughout the day, offering devotees the opportunity to participate in the temple rituals and seek blessings from the deities. Festivals: The Madurai Meenakshi Temple celebrates numerous festivals throughout the year, including the Meenakshi Thirukalyanam (celestial wedding), Meenakshi Tiruvizha, and the famous Chithirai festival, which attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists. Visiting the Madurai Meenakshi Temple is not only a religious experience but also a journey through centuries of rich cultural heritage and artistic excellence. The temple stands as a symbol of devotion, spirituality, and architectural marvel, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe. After Travel to Rameshuwaram. After the Check in Visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple: This temple is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is renowned for its massive corridors, majestic towers, and sacred water tanks. Pilgrims believe that a visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple and bathing in the 22 holy wells (teerthams) within the temple complex washes away sins.After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 60 KM FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Local Sightseeing at the Rameshuwaram, Agni Theertham Beach: Situated just outside the Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Theertham Beach is considered one of the holiest beaches in India. Pilgrims take ritual baths here before entering the temple. The beach is also known for its serene ambiance and beautiful sunsets. Dhanushkodi Beach: Located around 20 kilometers from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a ghost town with a tragic history. It was destroyed by a cyclone in 1964. Today, visitors can explore the ruins and enjoy the scenic beauty of the deserted beach. Pamban Bridge: Spanning the Palk Strait and connecting Rameshwaram Island with the mainland, Pamban Bridge is an engineering marvel. It is India's first sea bridge and offers stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial: Dedicated to the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, this memorial showcases his life, achievements, and contributions to the country. It is located in his hometown of Rameshwaram and serves as an inspiration to visitors. Kothandaramaswamy Temple: Situated on the outskirts of Rameshwaram, this temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama performed the Pattabhishekam (coronation) of Vibhishana, the brother of demon king Ravana, during the Ramayana era. These are just a few of the many attractions that Rameshwaram has to offer. Whether you're a pilgrim seeking spiritual solace or a traveler interested in history and natural beauty, Rameshwaram has something for everyone to explore and enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 330 KM 6 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI DEPARTURE 10 KM .30 HOURS DAY- 07 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

08 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Alleppey - Kovalam - Kanya Kumari Day trip -Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 25 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 06 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

09 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Alleppey - Varkala - Kovalam - Kanya Kumari -Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 COCHIN ARRIVAL DAY 100 KM FULL DAY DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the Cochin After the Check in Visit Cochin Local sightseeing Fort Kochi Start your day by exploring the historic Fort Kochi area. Visit the iconic Chinese Fishing Nets, which are a symbol of Kochi's maritime heritage. Stroll along the picturesque Fort Kochi Beach and admire the colonial architecture around the area. St. Francis Church: Visit the St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India, built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. It holds great historical significance as it was where the famous explorer Vasco da Gama was originally buried. Santa Cruz Basilica: Next, head to the Santa Cruz Basilica, another beautiful church in Fort Kochi known for its stunning architecture and vibrant interior decorations. Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace): Explore the Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, which showcases exquisite Kerala murals depicting scenes from Hindu mythology and the history of the region. Jew Town: Take a walk through Jew Town, an area known for its antique shops, spice markets, and the Jewish Synagogue, which is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth of Nations. Paradesi Synagogue: Visit the Paradesi Synagogue, located in the heart of Jew Town. Admire its elegant architecture, ornate interiors, and the impressive collection of Belgian glass chandeliers. Kerala Folklore Museum: End your day with a visit to the Kerala Folklore Museum, where you can learn about the rich cultural heritage of Kerala through its extensive collection of artifacts, costumes, and traditional art forms. Hill Palace Museum: Head to the Hill Palace Museum, located in Tripunithura, which was the official residence of the Kochi royal family. Explore the museum's vast collection of artifacts, including royal belongings, paintings, sculptures, and archaeological findings. Kochi Marine Drive: Begin your day by taking a leisurely stroll along the scenic Kochi Marine Drive, a picturesque promenade facing the backwaters. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Arabian Sea and the bustling activity along the waterfront. Cherai Beach: Spend your afternoon relaxing at Cherai Beach, a pristine stretch of golden sand fringed with coconut palms. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or simply taking a leisurely walk along the shore. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR KOCHIN TO MUNNAR 145 KM FULL DAY DAY 02-After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Munnar. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 03 HOURS DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Local sightseeing Varkala. Varkala Cliff : The cliff along the beach offers stunning views of the sea. There are numerous cafes, shops, and accommodations along the cliff where you can enjoy the scenery. Cliff is the One of Best Sunset Point in Kerala. Kappil Beach : Enjoy a serene boat ride on the backwaters of Kappil Lake, which is surrounded by coconut groves and offers a peaceful escape. Janardanaswamy Temple : This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is a significant pilgrimage site. It's located near the beach and attracts both devotees and tourists. Sivagiri Mutt : Situated about 3 km from Varkala, this is a prominent ashram founded by the philosopher and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The mutt is set in a serene environment and is open to visitors. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 150 KM 4 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 07- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 85 KM 3 Hours FULL DAY DAY 08- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. On the way visit Poovar Gloden sand Beach island After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing Kovalam beach, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 25 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 09 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

05 Days – Kochin to Kochin Kochi - Munnar - Varkala - Alleppey - Kochi Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 250 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Varkala Beach, After the Check in Visit to Varkala Beach : Varkala International Beach This is the main beach in Varkala, known for its cliffs and golden sands. You can relax on the beach, swim in the Arabian Sea, or take a stroll along the cliff. 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 50 FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Local sightseeing Varkala. Varkala Cliff : The cliff along the beach offers stunning views of the sea. There are numerous cafes, shops, and accommodations along the cliff where you can enjoy the scenery. Cliff is the One of Best Sunset Point in Kerala. Kappil Beach : Enjoy a serene boat ride on the backwaters of Kappil Lake, which is surrounded by coconut groves and offers a peaceful escape. Janardanaswamy Temple : This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is a significant pilgrimage site. It's located near the beach and attracts both devotees and tourists. Sivagiri Mutt : Situated about 3 km from Varkala, this is a prominent ashram founded by the philosopher and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The mutt is set in a serene environment and is open to visitors. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOCHIN DEPARTURE 170 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 05 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cochin airport or railway station. On the Way You have Time You Can Spend two Hours Backwater Cruise In Alleppey. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

05 Days – Kochin to Kochin Kochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kochin Hill Stations - wildlife - Backwater Tours Kochin - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kochin 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 200 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOCHIN DEPARTURE 100 KM 3 HOURS DAY- 05 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cochin airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

05 Days – Kochi to Madurai Kochi - Alleppey - Kovalam - Kanya Kumari - Rameshuwaram - Madurai Temple - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY ARRIVAL DAY 100 KM 3 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. Alleppey offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and tranquil experiences, making it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an authentic Kerala experience. we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 170 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 85 KM 3 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 330 KM 6 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Rameshuwaram, After the Check in Visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple: This temple is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is renowned for its massive corridors, majestic towers, and sacred water tanks. Pilgrims believe that a visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple and bathing in the 22 holy wells (teerthams) within the temple complex washes away sins. Agni Theertham Beach: Situated just outside the Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Theertham Beach is considered one of the holiest beaches in India. Pilgrims take ritual baths here before entering the temple. The beach is also known for its serene ambiance and beautiful sunsets. Dhanushkodi Beach: Located around 20 kilometers from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a ghost town with a tragic history. It was destroyed by a cyclone in 1964. Today, visitors can explore the ruins and enjoy the scenic beauty of the deserted beach. Pamban Bridge: Spanning the Palk Strait and connecting Rameshwaram Island with the mainland, Pamban Bridge is an engineering marvel. It is India's first sea bridge and offers stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial: Dedicated to the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, this memorial showcases his life, achievements, and contributions to the country. It is located in his hometown of Rameshwaram and serves as an inspiration to visitors. Kothandaramaswamy Temple: Situated on the outskirts of Rameshwaram, this temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama performed the Pattabhishekam (coronation) of Vibhishana, the brother of demon king Ravana, during the Ramayana era. These are just a few of the many attractions that Rameshwaram has to offer. Whether you're a pilgrim seeking spiritual solace or a traveler interested in history and natural beauty, Rameshwaram has something for everyone to explore and enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 MADURAI DEPARTURE 180 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 05 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Madurai airport or railway station. On the way You Have time permited Please Visit Madurai Meenakshi Temple, also known as Meenakshi Amman Temple, is a historic and iconic Hindu temple located in the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi, an incarnation of Parvati, and her consort Lord Sundareswarar (Shiva), this temple complex is renowned for its grand architecture, intricate carvings, and religious significance. Here's an overview of what you can expect to see and experience at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple: Main Shrines: The temple complex is centered around two main shrines dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar. The towering gopurams (gateway towers) adorned with colorful sculptures and intricate carvings lead to these sanctums. Meenakshi Nayakkar Mandapam: This hall, located just before the main sanctum of Meenakshi Amman, features stunning sculptural work depicting various mythological scenes and celestial beings. It's a mesmerizing display of Dravidian architecture. Thousand Pillar Hall: Also known as "Aayiram Kaal Mandapam," this hall is renowned for its intricately carved pillars, each unique in design. The hall is used for various cultural and religious functions and provides a glimpse into the artistic brilliance of the craftsmen of yesteryears. Golden Lotus Tank: Located within the temple complex, this sacred tank is believed to have medicinal properties. Devotees take ritual baths here before entering the temple. Kalyana Mandapam: This hall is dedicated to the celestial wedding of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar, which is celebrated annually with great pomp and splendor during the Chithirai festival. Pooja Ceremonies: Various pooja ceremonies are performed throughout the day, offering devotees the opportunity to participate in the temple rituals and seek blessings from the deities. Festivals: The Madurai Meenakshi Temple celebrates numerous festivals throughout the year, including the Meenakshi Thirukalyanam (celestial wedding), Meenakshi Tiruvizha, and the famous Chithirai festival, which attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists. Visiting the Madurai Meenakshi Temple is not only a religious experience but also a journey through centuries of rich cultural heritage and artistic excellence. The temple stands as a symbol of devotion, spirituality, and architectural marvel, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

05 Days – Kochi to Madurai Kochi - Munnar - Rameshuwaram - Madurai Hill Stations - & Temple Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 330 KM 6 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Rameshuwaram, After the Check in Visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple: This temple is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is renowned for its massive corridors, majestic towers, and sacred water tanks. Pilgrims believe that a visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple and bathing in the 22 holy wells (teerthams) within the temple complex washes away sins. 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 60 KM FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Local Sightseeing at the Rameshuwaram, Agni Theertham Beach: Situated just outside the Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Theertham Beach is considered one of the holiest beaches in India. Pilgrims take ritual baths here before entering the temple. The beach is also known for its serene ambiance and beautiful sunsets. Dhanushkodi Beach: Located around 20 kilometers from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a ghost town with a tragic history. It was destroyed by a cyclone in 1964. Today, visitors can explore the ruins and enjoy the scenic beauty of the deserted beach. Pamban Bridge: Spanning the Palk Strait and connecting Rameshwaram Island with the mainland, Pamban Bridge is an engineering marvel. It is India's first sea bridge and offers stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial: Dedicated to the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, this memorial showcases his life, achievements, and contributions to the country. It is located in his hometown of Rameshwaram and serves as an inspiration to visitors. Kothandaramaswamy Temple: Situated on the outskirts of Rameshwaram, this temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama performed the Pattabhishekam (coronation) of Vibhishana, the brother of demon king Ravana, during the Ramayana era. These are just a few of the many attractions that Rameshwaram has to offer. Whether you're a pilgrim seeking spiritual solace or a traveler interested in history and natural beauty, Rameshwaram has something for everyone to explore and enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 MADURAI DEPARTURE 180 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 05 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Madurai airport or railway station. On the way You Have time permited Please Visit Madurai Meenakshi Temple, also known as Meenakshi Amman Temple, is a historic and iconic Hindu temple located in the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi, an incarnation of Parvati, and her consort Lord Sundareswarar (Shiva), this temple complex is renowned for its grand architecture, intricate carvings, and religious significance. Here's an overview of what you can expect to see and experience at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple: Main Shrines: The temple complex is centered around two main shrines dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar. The towering gopurams (gateway towers) adorned with colorful sculptures and intricate carvings lead to these sanctums. Meenakshi Nayakkar Mandapam: This hall, located just before the main sanctum of Meenakshi Amman, features stunning sculptural work depicting various mythological scenes and celestial beings. It's a mesmerizing display of Dravidian architecture. Thousand Pillar Hall: Also known as "Aayiram Kaal Mandapam," this hall is renowned for its intricately carved pillars, each unique in design. The hall is used for various cultural and religious functions and provides a glimpse into the artistic brilliance of the craftsmen of yesteryears. Golden Lotus Tank: Located within the temple complex, this sacred tank is believed to have medicinal properties. Devotees take ritual baths here before entering the temple. Kalyana Mandapam: This hall is dedicated to the celestial wedding of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar, which is celebrated annually with great pomp and splendor during the Chithirai festival. Pooja Ceremonies: Various pooja ceremonies are performed throughout the day, offering devotees the opportunity to participate in the temple rituals and seek blessings from the deities. Festivals: The Madurai Meenakshi Temple celebrates numerous festivals throughout the year, including the Meenakshi Thirukalyanam (celestial wedding), Meenakshi Tiruvizha, and the famous Chithirai festival, which attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists. Visiting the Madurai Meenakshi Temple is not only a religious experience but also a journey through centuries of rich cultural heritage and artistic excellence. The temple stands as a symbol of devotion, spirituality, and architectural marvel, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

06 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Alleppey - Varkala - Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 200 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 3 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Varkala Beach, After the Check in Visit to Varkala Beach : Varkala International Beach This is the main beach in Varkala, known for its cliffs and golden sands. You can relax on the beach, swim in the Arabian Sea, or take a stroll along the cliff. 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 50 KM FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Local sightseeing Varkala. Varkala Cliff : The cliff along the beach offers stunning views of the sea. There are numerous cafes, shops, and accommodations along the cliff where you can enjoy the scenery. Cliff is the One of Best Sunset Point in Kerala. Kappil Beach : Enjoy a serene boat ride on the backwaters of Kappil Lake, which is surrounded by coconut groves and offers a peaceful escape. Janardanaswamy Temple : This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is a significant pilgrimage site. It's located near the beach and attracts both devotees and tourists. Sivagiri Mutt : Situated about 3 km from Varkala, this is a prominent ashram founded by the philosopher and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The mutt is set in a serene environment and is open to visitors. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 60 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 06 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. On the Way You have Time You Can Visit Poovar Golden sand Beach, Kovalam Beach and Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

06 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Alleppey - Varkala - Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 3 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Varkala Beach, After the Check in Visit to Varkala Beach : Varkala International Beach This is the main beach in Varkala, known for its cliffs and golden sands. You can relax on the beach, swim in the Arabian Sea, or take a stroll along the cliff. Varkala Cliff : The cliff along the beach offers stunning views of the sea. There are numerous cafes, shops, and accommodations along the cliff where you can enjoy the scenery. Cliff is the One of Best Sunset Point in Kerala. Kappil Beach : Enjoy a serene boat ride on the backwaters of Kappil Lake, which is surrounded by coconut groves and offers a peaceful escape. Janardanaswamy Temple : This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is a significant pilgrimage site. It's located near the beach and attracts both devotees and tourists. Sivagiri Mutt : Situated about 3 km from Varkala, this is a prominent ashram founded by the philosopher and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The mutt is set in a serene environment and is open to visitors. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 60 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 06 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. On the Way You have Time You Can Visit Poovar Golden sand Beach, Kovalam Beach and Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

06 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Alleppey - Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 25 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 06 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

07 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochin - Munnar - Thekkady- Alleppey - Kovalam - Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 COCHIN ARRIVAL DAY 100 KM FULL DAY DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the Cochin After the Check in Visit Cochin Local sightseeing Fort Kochi Start your day by exploring the historic Fort Kochi area. Visit the iconic Chinese Fishing Nets, which are a symbol of Kochi's maritime heritage. Stroll along the picturesque Fort Kochi Beach and admire the colonial architecture around the area. St. Francis Church: Visit the St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India, built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. It holds great historical significance as it was where the famous explorer Vasco da Gama was originally buried. Santa Cruz Basilica: Next, head to the Santa Cruz Basilica, another beautiful church in Fort Kochi known for its stunning architecture and vibrant interior decorations. Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace): Explore the Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, which showcases exquisite Kerala murals depicting scenes from Hindu mythology and the history of the region. Jew Town: Take a walk through Jew Town, an area known for its antique shops, spice markets, and the Jewish Synagogue, which is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth of Nations. Paradesi Synagogue: Visit the Paradesi Synagogue, located in the heart of Jew Town. Admire its elegant architecture, ornate interiors, and the impressive collection of Belgian glass chandeliers. Kerala Folklore Museum: End your day with a visit to the Kerala Folklore Museum, where you can learn about the rich cultural heritage of Kerala through its extensive collection of artifacts, costumes, and traditional art forms. Hill Palace Museum: Head to the Hill Palace Museum, located in Tripunithura, which was the official residence of the Kochi royal family. Explore the museum's vast collection of artifacts, including royal belongings, paintings, sculptures, and archaeological findings. Kochi Marine Drive: Begin your day by taking a leisurely stroll along the scenic Kochi Marine Drive, a picturesque promenade facing the backwaters. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Arabian Sea and the bustling activity along the waterfront. Cherai Beach: Spend your afternoon relaxing at Cherai Beach, a pristine stretch of golden sand fringed with coconut palms. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or simply taking a leisurely walk along the shore. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR DAY 02 145 KM 4 HOURS After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 25 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 07 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

07 Days – Kochi to Kochin Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Kovalam -Alleppey - Kochin Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM TRANSFER 230 KM 6 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Kovalam bach. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM/TRIVANDRUM SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 05- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Trivandrum and Kovalam - Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 4 Hours FULL DAY DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 COCHIN DEPARTURE 100 KM 3 HOURS DAY- 07 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Cochin airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

07 Days – Madurai to Cochin Madurai - Rameshuwaram - Kanya Kumari - Kovalam2 - Alleppey- Kochin Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MADURAI ARRIVAL DAY 100 KM FULL DAY DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Madurai airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the Madurai After the check in Visit Madurai Meenakshi Temple, also known as Meenakshi Amman Temple, is a historic and iconic Hindu temple located in the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi, an incarnation of Parvati, and her consort Lord Sundareswarar (Shiva), this temple complex is renowned for its grand architecture, intricate carvings, and religious significance. Here's an overview of what you can expect to see and experience at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple: Main Shrines: The temple complex is centered around two main shrines dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar. The towering gopurams (gateway towers) adorned with colorful sculptures and intricate carvings lead to these sanctums. Meenakshi Nayakkar Mandapam: This hall, located just before the main sanctum of Meenakshi Amman, features stunning sculptural work depicting various mythological scenes and celestial beings. It's a mesmerizing display of Dravidian architecture. Thousand Pillar Hall: Also known as "Aayiram Kaal Mandapam," this hall is renowned for its intricately carved pillars, each unique in design. The hall is used for various cultural and religious functions and provides a glimpse into the artistic brilliance of the craftsmen of yesteryears. Golden Lotus Tank: Located within the temple complex, this sacred tank is believed to have medicinal properties. Devotees take ritual baths here before entering the temple. Kalyana Mandapam: This hall is dedicated to the celestial wedding of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar, which is celebrated annually with great pomp and splendor during the Chithirai festival. Pooja Ceremonies: Various pooja ceremonies are performed throughout the day, offering devotees the opportunity to participate in the temple rituals and seek blessings from the deities. Festivals: The Madurai Meenakshi Temple celebrates numerous festivals throughout the year, including the Meenakshi Thirukalyanam (celestial wedding), Meenakshi Tiruvizha, and the famous Chithirai festival, which attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists. Visiting the Madurai Meenakshi Temple is not only a religious experience but also a journey through centuries of rich cultural heritage and artistic excellence. The temple stands as a symbol of devotion, spirituality, and architectural marvel, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe. It's time to return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 RAMESHUWARAM SIGHTSEEING 180 KM FULL DAY DAY 02-After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Rameshuwaram, After the Check in Visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple: This temple is one of the holiest Hindu shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is renowned for its massive corridors, majestic towers, and sacred water tanks. Pilgrims believe that a visit to Ramanathaswamy Temple and bathing in the 22 holy wells (teerthams) within the temple complex washes away sins. Agni Theertham Beach: Situated just outside the Ramanathaswamy Temple, Agni Theertham Beach is considered one of the holiest beaches in India. Pilgrims take ritual baths here before entering the temple. The beach is also known for its serene ambiance and beautiful sunsets. Dhanushkodi Beach: Located around 20 kilometers from Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi is a ghost town with a tragic history. It was destroyed by a cyclone in 1964. Today, visitors can explore the ruins and enjoy the scenic beauty of the deserted beach. Pamban Bridge: Spanning the Palk Strait and connecting Rameshwaram Island with the mainland, Pamban Bridge is an engineering marvel. It is India's first sea bridge and offers stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial: Dedicated to the former President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, this memorial showcases his life, achievements, and contributions to the country. It is located in his hometown of Rameshwaram and serves as an inspiration to visitors. Kothandaramaswamy Temple: Situated on the outskirts of Rameshwaram, this temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama performed the Pattabhishekam (coronation) of Vibhishana, the brother of demon king Ravana, during the Ramayana era. These are just a few of the many attractions that Rameshwaram has to offer. Whether you're a pilgrim seeking spiritual solace or a traveler interested in history and natural beauty, Rameshwaram has something for everyone to explore and enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI 330 KM 6 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 03- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 100 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Kovalam beach and Relax the evening. 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM/KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 100 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, after we'll proceed Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 COCHIN DEPARTURE 100 KM 3 HOURS DAY- 07 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kochin airport or railway station. Visit Cochin Local sightseeing Fort Kochi Start your day by exploring the historic Fort Kochi area. Visit the iconic Chinese Fishing Nets, which are a symbol of Kochi's maritime heritage. Stroll along the picturesque Fort Kochi Beach and admire the colonial architecture around the area. St. Francis Church: Visit the St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India, built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. It holds great historical significance as it was where the famous explorer Vasco da Gama was originally buried. Santa Cruz Basilica: Next, head to the Santa Cruz Basilica, another beautiful church in Fort Kochi known for its stunning architecture and vibrant interior decorations. Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace): Explore the Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, which showcases exquisite Kerala murals depicting scenes from Hindu mythology and the history of the region. Jew Town: Take a walk through Jew Town, an area known for its antique shops, spice markets, and the Jewish Synagogue, which is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth of Nations. Paradesi Synagogue: Visit the Paradesi Synagogue, located in the heart of Jew Town. Admire its elegant architecture, ornate interiors, and the impressive collection of Belgian glass chandeliers. Kerala Folklore Museum: End your day with a visit to the Kerala Folklore Museum, where you can learn about the rich cultural heritage of Kerala through its extensive collection of artifacts, costumes, and traditional art forms. Hill Palace Museum: Head to the Hill Palace Museum, located in Tripunithura, which was the official residence of the Kochi royal family. Explore the museum's vast collection of artifacts, including royal belongings, paintings, sculptures, and archaeological findings. Kochi Marine Drive: Begin your day by taking a leisurely stroll along the scenic Kochi Marine Drive, a picturesque promenade facing the backwaters. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Arabian Sea and the bustling activity along the waterfront. Cherai Beach: Spend your afternoon relaxing at Cherai Beach, a pristine stretch of golden sand fringed with coconut palms. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or simply taking a leisurely walk along the shore. After a day of exploration, sightseeing. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

08 Days – Kochi to Trivandrum Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady- Alleppey - Kovalam - Kanya Kumari -Trivandrum Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR ARRIVAL DAY 145 KM 4 HOURS DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 02- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Tea Garaden, Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 40 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 85 KM 3 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 07- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 100 KM 4 HOURS DAY- 08 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

#15 Days – Calicut to Kochi Calicut - Wayanad - Ooty - Kodai Kanal - Munnar - Thekkady- Madurai - Rameshuwaram - Kanya Kumari - Kovalam - Alleppey - Cochin Hill Stations - Beach & Backwater Tours 00 – 00 - 2024 COCHIN ARRIVAL DAY 100 KM FULL DAY DAY 01-Upon your arrival at Cochin airport or railway station, our representative will be there to greet you. We will then proceed to drive to the Cochin After the Check in Visit Cochin Local sightseeing Fort Kochi Start your day by exploring the historic Fort Kochi area. Visit the iconic Chinese Fishing Nets, which are a symbol of Kochi's maritime heritage. Stroll along the picturesque Fort Kochi Beach and admire the colonial architecture around the area. St. Francis Church: Visit the St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India, built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. It holds great historical significance as it was where the famous explorer Vasco da Gama was originally buried. Santa Cruz Basilica: Next, head to the Santa Cruz Basilica, another beautiful church in Fort Kochi known for its stunning architecture and vibrant interior decorations. Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace): Explore the Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, which showcases exquisite Kerala murals depicting scenes from Hindu mythology and the history of the region. Jew Town: Take a walk through Jew Town, an area known for its antique shops, spice markets, and the Jewish Synagogue, which is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth of Nations. Paradesi Synagogue: Visit the Paradesi Synagogue, located in the heart of Jew Town. Admire its elegant architecture, ornate interiors, and the impressive collection of Belgian glass chandeliers. Kerala Folklore Museum: End your day with a visit to the Kerala Folklore Museum, where you can learn about the rich cultural heritage of Kerala through its extensive collection of artifacts, costumes, and traditional art forms. Hill Palace Museum: Head to the Hill Palace Museum, located in Tripunithura, which was the official residence of the Kochi royal family. Explore the museum's vast collection of artifacts, including royal belongings, paintings, sculptures, and archaeological findings. Kochi Marine Drive: Begin your day by taking a leisurely stroll along the scenic Kochi Marine Drive, a picturesque promenade facing the backwaters. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Arabian Sea and the bustling activity along the waterfront. Cherai Beach: Spend your afternoon relaxing at Cherai Beach, a pristine stretch of golden sand fringed with coconut palms. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or simply taking a leisurely walk along the shore. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR KOCHIN TO MUNNAR 145 KM FULL DAY DAY 02-After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Munnar. We will then proceed to drive to the beautiful hill station of Munnar. On the way, we will make a stop to visit the scenic Valara and Cheeyapara waterfalls. ‘’ Once we reach Munnar, you will check-in to the resort. After settling in, you will have the opportunity to explore and indulge in local city shopping in Munnar. Enjoy the unique charm of the hill station and its surroundings. After a day of exploration and shopping, you will return to the resort for an overnight stay. Relax and unwind in the serene atmosphere of Munnar, surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes. 00 – 00 - 2024 MUNNAR SIGHTSEEING 80 KM FULL DAY DAY 03- In the morning, after enjoying breakfast at the resort, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of Munnar. Our first stop will be the Eravikulam National Park, where you can explore the rich biodiversity and perhaps catch a glimpse of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Next, we will visit the Tea Museum, where you can learn about the history and process of tea cultivation in the region. Afterward, we'll head to the scenic Mattupetty Dam, offering breath-taking views of the surrounding hills and tea plantations. We'll then proceed to Echo Point, where you can experience the unique phenomenon of hearing your voice echo across the hills. Our tour will continue to Kundala Dam, another picturesque spot with its serene reservoir and lush greenery. Throughout the day, we'll visit various beautiful viewpoints and enjoy the stunning landscapes that Munnar has to offer. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 THEKKADY SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 4 hOURS FULL DAY DAY 04- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Thekkady After the Check in Visit to Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Western Ghats by taking a boat ride on the Periyar Lake. You can spot elephants, deer, wild boars, and various bird species in their natural habitat. Periyar Tiger Reserve: Take a guided trekking or jeep safari through the reserve to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tiger and other wildlife species. Mangala Devi Temple: [Only For 4 weel Drive Jeep ] Visit this ancient temple located amidst dense forests and steep hills, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. Spice Plantations: Embark on a guided tour of the spice plantations in Thekkady to learn about the cultivation of various spices such as cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. With Hindustan Spice plantation One of the best plantation in Thekkady. Elephant Camp: Enjoy elephant rides and interactions with these gentle giants at Elephant Camp. You can also opt for activities like elephant bathing and feeding. and Experience the traditional martial art form of Kerala, Kalaripayattu, and Kadhakali Dance, through live performances and demonstrations. Chellarkovil Viewpoint: Drive bye Jeep to Chellarkovil viewpoint to witness breathtaking panoramic views of the lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and the plains of Tamil Nadu. Vandanmedu: Explore the quaint village of Vandanmedu, renowned for its sprawling tea estates and picturesque landscapes. Boating at Periyar Lake: Enjoy a serene boat ride on Periyar Lake, surrounded by dense forests and hills. It's an excellent opportunity for birdwatching and soaking in the natural beauty of Thekkady. Border Hiking: For adventure enthusiasts, border hiking programs are available which take you through rugged terrains, tribal villages, and scenic landscapes along the borders of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. These are just a few of the many attractions that Thekkady has to offer, providing visitors with a memorable and enriching experience amidst nature's bounty. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 ALLEPPEY SIGHTSEEING 170 KM 5 Hours FULL DAY DAY 05- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Alleppey Backwater, Check in the House boat 12 noon and Enjoy the Backwater Cruise and Sunset. Incase Your stayed in Resort You Can visit Alleppey Local sightseeing ; Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is a picturesque town in the southern Indian state of Kerala, renowned for its backwaters, lush greenery, and tranquil ambiance. Here are some of the top sights and activities to explore in Alleppey: Alleppey Backwaters: A visit to Alleppey wouldn't be complete without experiencing its famous backwaters. Embark on a houseboat cruise or a traditional kettuvallam through the intricate network of canals, lakes, and lagoons, surrounded by lush green paddy fields and coconut groves. Alappuzha Beach: Relax and unwind at the beautiful Alappuzha Beach, known for its golden sands, swaying palm trees, and mesmerizing sunsets. Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, indulge in beach activities, or simply soak in the serene coastal atmosphere. Alleppey Lighthouse: Climb to the top of the historic Alleppey Lighthouse for panoramic views of the town and coastline. This iconic structure offers a glimpse into Alleppey's maritime heritage and provides stunning photo opportunities. 00 – 00 - 2024 VARKALA BEACH SIGHTSEEING 110 KM 03 HOURS DAY 06- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to Local sightseeing Varkala. Varkala Cliff : The cliff along the beach offers stunning views of the sea. There are numerous cafes, shops, and accommodations along the cliff where you can enjoy the scenery. Cliff is the One of Best Sunset Point in Kerala. Kappil Beach : Enjoy a serene boat ride on the backwaters of Kappil Lake, which is surrounded by coconut groves and offers a peaceful escape. Janardanaswamy Temple : This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is a significant pilgrimage site. It's located near the beach and attracts both devotees and tourists. Sivagiri Mutt : Situated about 3 km from Varkala, this is a prominent ashram founded by the philosopher and social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. The mutt is set in a serene environment and is open to visitors. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KANYA KUMARI SIGHTSEEING 150 KM 4 HOURS FULL DAY DAY 07- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Kanya Kumari, After the Check In Visit Kanya kumari Local sightseeing : Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Situated on a small island, this memorial is dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, a renowned spiritual leader. Visitors can take a ferry to reach the island and explore the memorial, which also offers panoramic views of the surrounding sea. Thiruvalluvar Statue: Adjacent to the Vivekananda Rock Memorial stands the majestic Thiruvalluvar Statue, honoring the ancient Tamil poet and philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. The statue is an iconic symbol of Tamil culture and spirituality. Kanyakumari Beach: The pristine shores of Kanyakumari Beach provide a perfect setting for relaxation and witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Visitors can also take a dip in the waters of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean, which converge at this point. Gandhi Memorial Mandapam: Built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, this memorial marks the spot where his ashes were kept for public viewing before immersion in the sea. The architecture of the mandapam is striking, and it offers insights into Gandhi's life and teachings. Kumari Amman Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Kumari Amman, this ancient temple is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple's vibrant architecture and religious fervor attract devotees and tourists alike. Padmanabhapuram Palace: While technically located in the state of Tamil Nadu, Padmanabhapuram Palace is in close proximity to Kanyakumari and is worth a visit. This well-preserved wooden palace showcases the rich heritage of the region and offers a glimpse into royal life during the Travancore era. Sunrise View Point: In addition to sunsets, Kanyakumari also offers breathtaking views of sunrise. Head to one of the designated sunrise view points early in the morning to witness the sun rising over the horizon, casting a golden hue over the sea. These are just a few highlights of the many attractions Kanyakumari has to offer. Whether you're interested in spirituality, history, or natural beauty, Kanyakumari has something for everyone to enjoy. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 KOVALAM SIGHTSEEING 85 KM 3 Hours FULL DAY DAY 08- After enjoying breakfast, in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards to Kovalam beach. On the way visit Poovar Gloden sand Beach island After the Check in proceed to Local sightseeing Kovalam beach, Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple: This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Padmanabha, a form of Lord Vishnu, is a major landmark in Trivandrum. It is renowned for its Dravidian architecture, intricate stone carvings, and the massive idol of the deity reclining on the serpent Anantha. Napier Museum: Built in the 19th century, the Napier Museum is an architectural gem housing a vast collection of historical artifacts, bronze sculptures, ancient ornaments, and traditional musical instruments. The museum's art gallery showcases works by renowned artists, including Raja Ravi Varma. Kuthira Malika (Puthen Malika) Palace: This elegant palace, adjacent to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore. It features exquisite wood carvings, traditional Kerala architecture, and a display of royal artifacts and memorabilia. Kovalam Beach: Just a short drive from Trivandrum, Kovalam Beach is famous for its pristine sandy shores, clear blue waters, and picturesque setting. It's a popular destination for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying water sports such as surfing and parasailing. Veli Tourist Village: Located on the outskirts of Trivandrum, Veli Tourist Village offers a scenic waterfront experience with serene backwaters, landscaped gardens, and a floating bridge connecting the village to the beach. Visitors can enjoy boating, pedal boating, and children's park facilities. Poovar Island: Take a day trip to Poovar Island, a tranquil paradise situated at the confluence of the Neyyar River and the Arabian Sea. Explore the mangrove forests, cruise along the backwaters, and relax on the golden sandy beaches surrounded by coconut palms. Agasthyakoodam: For adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, trekking to Agasthyakoodam, the second-highest peak in Kerala, offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the surrounding forests. However, access to the peak is restricted, and permits must be obtained in advance. Sri Chitra Art Gallery: Housed within the Napier Museum complex, the Sri Chitra Art Gallery showcases an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and traditional artifacts from different periods of Indian history, including works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. These are just a few highlights of the numerous sightseeing options available in and around Trivandrum, offering visitors a rich cultural, historical, and natural experience. After a day of exploration, we'll return to the resort for an overnight stay, where you can relax and unwind after a fulfilling day of sightseeing 00 – 00 - 2024 TRIVANDRUM DEPARTURE 25 KM 2 HOURS DAY- 09 After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we'll proceed to check out from the resort and head towards Trivandrum airport or railway station. It's time to return home with cherished memories of "God's Own Country" and the excellent service provided by Sarathy Rentals. https://sarathyrentals.com/ +91 9846038883 info@sarathyrentals.com

Taxi vehicle recommendation for Your Kerala Tour

Dzire taxi     : 03 /04 Passenger + Taxi Driver

Etios taxi     : 03 /04 Passenger + Taxi Diver

Ertiga Taxi  : 04 and 05 Passengers + Taxi Driver

Innova 6+1 Taxi : 06  passengers +  Taxi Driver

Innova 7+1 Taxi : 05+ 02 Children + Taxi Driver

Innova Crysta Taxi : 05 +02 Children + Taxi Driver

Tempo Traveler: If you're traveling with a larger group, consider renting a Tempo Traveler. These mini-buses can accommodate up to 08-26 people comfortably, making them perfect for group tours.

08 Seater Luxury Tempo Traveller Van : 07 Passengers + Taxi Driver

09 Seater Luxury Tempo Traveller Van : 08 Passenger + Taxi Driver

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the vehicle permit regulations, which typically specify the maximum number of occupants allowed. This includes both adults and children.

It seems like the sightseeing experience can be time-consuming, and not all places are accessible by regular vehicles, requiring a jeep for certain locations. If you need assistance with planning or any specific information about these places, feel free to ask! Talk to your Taxi driver every day and decide your program for the next day. 

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