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Story by Anand Gill

 Rated : 5.0


Mixed landscapes with beaches on one side and hills on the other makes Kerala own a different geographical feature. On our honeymoon tour of Kerala, what we saw there were really surprising. Cochin was a crowded city with no silence at all whereas Munnar and Alleppey were just opposite with complete silence and replenishing nature. The overall arrangements inclusive of the resort and homestay accommodation, houseboat cruise, Alleppey beach visit, Thekkady sightseeing and Spice Plantation visit, Munnar trekking, waterfall visits and rock climbing were really good. Spicy traditional food we tried at Alleppey was also great. I will definitely like to go Kerala again soon.

Story by Vasudha Bhattacharya

 Rated : 4.0


Mr. Varkey our guide and operator was the one who worked hard to make each day concludes in the best way possible. Thekkady boating and watching the wildlife were breathtaking. I liked the food from Alleppey houseboat and it was a great trip across the lake watching the shore full of coconut trees. Munnar is completely a different place with lots of hills and waterfalls, tea estates and natural attractions. Trekking was the major activity we did there. Mattuppetty and Eravikulam National Park were absolutely fantastic.