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Kerala Kalamandalam
Hoyaleshwara Temple

Kerala + Karnataka – A Tale of 2 States

from £1,119.00£799.00

The mesmerizing trip to make you fall in love. A journey where you can feel the presence of love, vibrance and culturally rich heritage. A unique experience for your eyes and soul. Satisfying.

  • Reviews 1 Review
    4/5
  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Camping, Culture, Family, Guided Tours, History, Jungle, Short Breaks, Wildlife
  • Activity Level Unlimited Fun
  • Group Size Medium Group
    14
All about the Kerala + Karnataka – A Tale of 2 States.

The land of God's as we know has a thousand tales to tell. Feel the fresh breeze at Kovalam and dive in the delicacies so amazing to satisfy your soul.

Heaven is here and we promise to make it more amazing for you. Learn the rich historic culture of from Kochi fort to Bekal fort in Kerala to cave temple and amazing monuments and ancient temples in Karnataka.

Feel the misty flow of amazing waterfalls and cruise the backwater ride in Alleppey surrounded by lush green grasslands.

We shall treat you with the best and keep your health in check, from giving you sessions of yoga and meditation in the lap of nature, you got more reasons to tour.

Come feel the exotic sunset at the Kochi fort to diving in adventure at Coorg and Munnar. And we shall leave no chance to impress you, from capturing beautiful moments with our candid photography and presenting you the virtual photo book, each day shall be a new memory filled with excitement and adventure.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

- We shall serve you with breakfast and Dinner

- All activities mentioned in the itinerary

- All conveyances from start point to culminating point of the tour

- Rooms on twin sharing

- Souvenirs gifted by Indian Nomads

- Basic yoga lessons,

- Mineral water

- All taxes

Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

- Tips & personal expenses

- Candid photo book

- Virtual memory of tour

  1. Day1 Arrival at Soma Kerala Palace

    About Soma Kerala Palace - A place to heal your stress. That is apt to describe the serenity around the palace. Build around 250 years ago, the palace houses the finest art forms such as Koodiyattom, Thulall and Padayani which are the part of Kalaa Sandhya(Cultural Evening). The melodic flow of backwaters and the beautiful palms will leave you mesmerized and fall in love with the palace. 2. Few hours to refresh and relax at Soma Kerela Palace, with soothing winds to blow your fatigue. 3. Visit to Fort Kochi. About Fort Kochi - Known as Old Kochi or West Kochi, a place to start the journey. The uniquness of the place lies in the Cheena Vala ( Chinese Fishing Nets ), churches and the Fort Kochi Beach and the brewing cafe culture and different kinds of teapot. Feel fresh breeze at the beach and get carried away at the beautiful sunset. Kochi will never fails to impress. A. Chinese Fishing Nets - Commonly known as Cheena Vala in Malayalam, which works on the principal of Balance. Dive in the beauty of sunset piercing the fshing nets soaking the evening in its warmth. Situated around Vasco Da Gama Square, Chinese Fishing Nets are to be found only at Fort Kochi in India. B. Santa Cruz Basilica - One of the eight Basilica in Kerela, categorized as one of the finest churches in India. Famous for its historic architecture and artisitic grandeur and gothic style. Built by the Portuguese, the church will certainly connect you to the almighty. Come feel the serenity in the winds and stay mesmerized. C. St. Francis Church - Place of burial of Vasco DaGama who was buried in the year 1524. The place famously known for hand-operated fans, operated manually with rope on the either side. First European Church of India, the place adores the silent European colonial struggle.

  2. Day2 Thrissur

    Known as Cultural Capital of Kerela, which celebrates festival like, Christmas, Onam, Easter, Eid and Vishu. A place famous for Temples, churches and Achappam and Kuzhalappam famous snacks and Vellayappam, a special dish to satisfy your tongue.

  3. Day3 Kalamandalam , Vadakkunnathan Temple , Coorg

    Kalamandalam - Music heals the soul and dance refreshes the brain. A place to rejuvenate and feel the beauty of dance and music, Kalamandalam founded in 1930 is famous for the learning of art and cultural. Visit to Kalamandalam, where dance and music performances will certainly make you fall in love with this place. Vadakkunnathan Temple - Recommended by Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to be included in the UNESCO Heritage List, this place entails the beauty of architechure style of Kerela with its interiors beautifully decorated with murals showcasing episodes from Mahabharta. Ruled by Lord Shiva and also houses a museum of ancient wall paintings, woord carvings and art. Coorg - Hill station of Karnataka, coorg offers more than one could imagine. From Camping in the lap of nature, surrounded by calm forests, to trekking, rifle shooting, campfire, quad biking and many other adventure sports. Adorned by natural scenery view, the evening at coorg is as exiciting as it gets dark. One can also visit Coffee Plantations and feel the fresh essence of coffee.

  4. Day4 Namdroling Monastry , TalaKaveri

    Namdroling Monastry - Home to nearly 500 monks, this place finds its own peace and vitality. Sit and relax, feel the fresh air breathe into your heart and make you feel younger. The richness of colours and teachings at the Monastry will win your heart and make you fall in love with this place, just to stay more and ask for nothing but peace. TalaKaveri - Home to river Kaveri, the place is adorned by a small pond worshipped by the people.

  5. Day5 Dubare elephant camp , Brahamagri Peak , Coffe Plantations , Mysore Palace , Fork Lore Museum , Belur , Chenna Kesava Temple , Hoysala Temple , Kedareswara Temple , Hoysaleswara Temple

    Dubare elephant camp - Home to numerous elephants, the Historic elephant camps was established by the Karnatka Forest Department and Jungle Lodges and Resorts Ltd. The elephant are trained under Naturalists. From bathing of elephant to scrubbing oil on theire forehead and the manner in which the elephant is groomed can be enjoyed at the camp. Brahamagri Peak - Situated on the border of Coorg district of karnataka and Waywand district in Kerala. The place is famous for Trek and best place to visit is post monson. The beauty of the vast grasslands and small patches called shola with small white and pink flowers adorn the grassy plains. Almost 1600 meters above the sea level, the peak is generally covered in Fog. Coffe Plantations - Indulge in the journey, right from the seedin of the plant, growing and pucking to refining it and feel the majestic arome of fresh aroma of coffee right through the sip you take. One can learn about the various varities of coffee being planted and take a tour of the vast coffee estates and feel the presence of coffee in the air. Mysore Palace - Known as Amba Vilas is located in the city of mysore. Feel the royalty flow through the walls of the palace, decorated with finest royal dresses,souvenirs, musical instruments and weapons used by the Wodeyars and paintings, The Architecture of the place shall leave you astonished and impressed by the historic setting of the palace. Also the palace conducts light and sound show on all days expect sundays. Come feel the royalty. Fork Lore Museum - Home to nearly Four thousand artefacts, the museum holds architectural styles wooden ceiling. One can find antique pieces of art and collections form over twenty years. Cultural hub to preserve the historic culture of South India, the Fork lore Museum also consists of theatre. Belur - The historic town of belur is set on the banks of Yagchi River. Famous temple to visit is Chenna Kesava Temple. The city is connected through various major cities by road, air and rail Chenna Kesava Temple - Handsome Keshava, as the literal meaning goes in Kannada is dedicated to Lord Vijayanarayana, one of the twenty four incarnations of Vishnu. Built on the banks of Yagchi river, the complex adorns samll shrines, mandaps and small scriptures with hundred of figures carved two meters above from ground shall leave you mesmerized. Hoysala Temple - Impression of Hoysala architecture can be found at the Hoysala temple. Genreally the temple is made up of beautifull carvings and histrical style of constructions. The interiors are decorated with immense care and beauty. Kedareswara Temple - The temples carvings and interios are intriguing. The stories are marvelled in the stone to tell you the tales of its times. Made with utmost care and craft the temple is made on an elevated platform and is made of soap stone. It is dedictaed to Lord Shiva. Hoysaleswara Temple - One of the largest shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva in South India. Crafted with such an art that will leave you mesmerized. The design of architecture is regarded as Supreme Climax or Indian architecture. The temple is known for its wall sculptures.

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
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the doors Yes. Visa is key to of India. It must be obtained before arriving in India. However to travel in India, you dont need any Visa, if you are an Indian Citizen.

It is adivsable to avoid tap water, as it could contain water pollutants as the tap water do not guarantee clean drinking water. So it would be best to purchase mineral water bottle and quinch your thirst.

Food available at the street vendors is decilious and depicts the local flavour and taste. Although the food is ninety percent safe, yet precaution should be taken care of while consuming street food.

No. It is strictly prohibited to drink alcohol in public and is punishable under the laws of India.

No, in the States of Gujarat, Kerala, Bihar, Nagaland and Manipur are the only state with blanket ban on alcohol. Apart from these states Alcohol of all kind, imported an home brewed is available at the wine shops, restaurants and hotels.

Yes. At most places you are allowed to take photos and make use of camera, however at certain temples it is not allowed to take camera inside and also take photographs for both commercial and personal use.

Overall Rating
4/5
Sanjeev Jha
Reviewed On 19/06/2016
4/5

This tour has everything one would expect from a paradise. We were really fortunate to be a part of awesome tour group operated by best tour travel company ever.

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