Vaikom town is situated at the northwestern end of Kottayam district, close to Ernakulam district border. Its western border is the Lake Vembanad, and is crossed by various estuaries of the River Muvattupuzha. Vaikom is the oldest township in Kottayam district, and among the oldest in South India.
- Accommodation in twin sharing basis
- Visit Athirapally Waterfalls
- 2 Nights Stay on the traditionally built Kerala boat with all meals
- Daily Breakfast
- Explore the Kerala Backwaters
- Guided Tour of Fort Cochin (Entrances on Direct Payment)
- All currently applicable taxes
- 7 days adventure with a trek through Kerala’s tropical rain forest, spice plantation, semi alpine grasslands lakes and climb 4 peaks on the trail. Experience animal sighting of elephants, deer’s and civet cats on the trail
- Visit Kochi & the tea plantations of Munnar along with the visit to the Eravikulam National Park to see the Nilgiri Tahr
- Sleep in tents on four days trek and hotels in Munnar & Kochi
- Season is from November till February
- Grade is Easy Trek
- Visit the Government Museum Chennai, one of the oldest museums in the world
- Explore the UNESCO World heritage site in Mahabalipuram and visit famous city of Kanchipuram
- Visit the World famous Meenakshi Temple and a special evening ritual ceremony
- Enjoy the nature walk and Bamboo Rafting in Periyar
- Guided walking tour of Fort Kochi
- Witness the Kalaripaiyattu, the ancient martial art of Kerala
A very exciting and relaxing rail with river two centre combination of chugging through the beautiful hills and plains of Karnataka in the comfort of the luxurious Golden Chariot train. Visit a tiger reserve national park which is also home to elephants, bison and deer. Explore the amazing palaces and temples of Mysore, a city where an erstwhile Maharaja still resides. Come to one of the most beautiful ancient ruins of South India at Hampi which was earlier called Vijaynagra, which was one of the most powerful empires of South India before the colonial period.
Mahadeva Temple, also known as Dakshina Kasi, is a major pilgrim destination. The temple is built in the Kerala style of architecture. While the Garbhagriha (sanctum santorium) is surmounted by a golden Stupa, a golden staff that measures 19.5m dominates the surrounding landscape. Traces of a few paintings might be seen on the exterior of the Garbagriha.
Situated at one corner of the town, this beautiful lake beach is one of the best to visit. A stroll by its shores gives the immense pleasure and feel of serenity.