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Explore the Beauty and Culture of Kerala : A University special students tour 

Cultural experiences:

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Educational insights:

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Natural beauty and landscapes:

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Cuisine and food:

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University special students tour in kerala


Day 1

Cochin International Airport Arrival - Fortkochi

Meet and greet at the airport and proceed to Fortkochi. Check in to the hotel and relax afternoon cochin sightseeing covering Fort Kochi known for its colonial architecture, Chinese fishing nets and St Francis Church. later visit Mattancherry visit the Mattancherry Palace, which houses a museum and beautiful murals, and the lively Jewish Town. Visit to Jewish Synagogue Explain the history and significance of the Jewish Synagogue, one of the oldest in India . You can try your hand at the traditional Chinese fishing net yourself or join a guided tour with local fishermen to learn their techniques. Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 2

Cochin sightseeing

After breakfast visit Kerala Kathakali Centre a traditional Kathakali dance performances in the city later visit Spice Markets discuss the spice markets and the opportunity to purchase high-quality spices Evening free for leisure optional sightseeing ( Marine Drive , LuLu International Shopping Mall )

Day 3

Fortkochi - Kumarakom

After breakfast check out from the hotel and proceed to the beautiful village of kumarakom .Take a leisurely stroll through the village and strike up a conversation with the friendly locals. You can visit traditional houses, rice fields and coconut groves. This way you can get to know the simple and quiet life of the villagers. Participate in fishing: Join the villagers in their daily fishing activities. Coir Extraction and Spinning and Twisting, Weaving and Braiding. Cooking classes ( Optional ) learn to cook authentic Kerala dishes with the locals. You can join a cooking class and enjoy the flavors of Kerala cuisine.
Canoeing ( Optional ) Explore the narrow canals in the backwater in a traditional canoe, guided by villagers who can give you an insight into local life.
Traditional toddy stores ( Optional ) visit a toddy store to sample Kerala's traditional alcoholic drink, made from the sap of the coconut palm. An authentic local experience. overnight stay at the resort

Day 4

Kumarakom - Alleppey Houseboat Day Cruise

After Breakfast 11 am proceed to alleppey for the houseboat day cruise. Sailing Through Paradise: A Houseboat Tour in Kerala's Backwaters,To float on calm backwaters, through curved mangroves and beautiful landscapes, with wafting aroma of coconuts beautiful landscapes is nothing less than a dream escape. In the Malayalam language, kettu refers to "residential structures"; vallam means boat. These are boats with a thatched roof over a wooden hull. The boat is made of wooden planks held together with coconut fibre. It is then coated with a black, caustic resin made from boiled cashew nuts. With careful maintenance, a kettuvallam can last for generations. Explore the village life while travelling on the boat a lunch and tea snacks will be provided for the five hour cruise. evening back to the resort for overnight stay.

Day 5

Kumarakom - Kollam

After breakfast checkout from the resort and proceed to visit Jatayu, the fallen warrior In the Hindu epic Ramayana, a divine bird named Jatayu is mentioned. There are various stories and myths about the birth and life of Jatayu. However, in the epic, he comes into the limelight when he tries to save Goddess Sita (the wife of Lord Rama) from Ravana, the demon king of Lanka. evening check in to the resort overnight stay

Day 6

Munroe Island Visit

After breakfast visit Munroe Island
Munroe Thuruth is a cluster of eight islands in the Kollam district. The place is known for its pristine backwaters and vibrant rural life. This island village was named after Colonel John Munroe, the British resident of the former state of Travancore.

Munroe is home not only to a diverse flora and fauna, but also to several migratory birds. The District Tourism Promotion Council offers boat tours here. Experience the surreal views and the quiet pace of village life,
Traditional lunch will be provided during the island visit . Overnight stay in the resort

Day 7

Departure from Trivandrum International Airport

After breakfast Summarize your overall experience and the value of the study tour to Kerala proceed to Airport / Railway station for the departure

Professional Guide 

Vehicle at your disposal as per the itinerary.

Services of a well experienced driver 

Driver allowance, toll, parking fee, night halt charges, inter- state permit and govt. applicable service tax.

Child below 5 years on complimentary basis.

Entry tickets 

Meet & Greet Service with flower bouquet upon on arrival

Mineral water & snacks box on the day of arrival

All applicable taxes.

Any other services or food which are not mentioned in the above "Includes" section.

Expense of personal nature such as tips, laundry, telephones, beverages etc

Airfares and train ticket charges if any

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