Among Kerala’s many travel destinations are Munnar and Cherai. However, what makes them different is the fact that both the places are true epitomes of the environment at its best. Cherai with its sun basked beaches, and lagoons, offer a true taste of Kerala; whereas, Munnar with its marvellous hills and muddy trekking trails is a place that calms your mind.
Apart from the sky, trees, and valleys, these destinations aren’t devoid of activities to do. Travellers could catch indulge in water sport, and watch the traditional art forms like Kathakali, and Mohiniattam, or taste the delicious Kerala cuisine made with the freshest ingredients possible.
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No matter what you are searching for in Kerala, Cochin put it all in front of you. Let it be the Chinese fishing nets, wooden houseboats, or the coconut groves. Though the Jewish quarter, Synagogue, and Mattancherry Palace are among the main attraction here, the national parks and Ayurvedic treatments also make a great experience.
Cherai, another hotspot in Cochin is where you could enjoy the beauty of both the sea and the backwaters. Travellers could go on a houseboat journey from Cherai, or enjoy a platter of fresh seafood.
Munnar, on the other hand, is a visual symphony of trees, lakes, and mountains. The tea plantations, rocky brooks, and morning dew. The national parks here are home to an exotic variety of species including the Tahr.
Cherai, a serene destination nestled near the Gateway to Muziris. Situated 25 kilometres away from the Cochin International Airport, this tropical paradise showcases a perfect blend of backwaters, green paddies, swaying coconut lagoons, and a vast sea. Cherai is the perfect spot for travellers who would like to take some time off their life to calm their mind. After checking into the hotel, travellers could rest for the day, spend their time around the place exploring or indulging in water sports.
After enjoying a delicious breakfast, we take you to the romantic hill station – Munnar. On the way to Munnar, the Cheeyappara waterfalls, and Valara waterfalls, are among the two sightseeing tours. Once you reach the destination, you check into the hotel to spend the night. Evening sightseeing session includes sauntering through the Munnar market and then driving back to the hotel.
After having breakfast, the sightseeing trip for the day officially begins. Enveloped in a green blanket of tea shrubs, our cab pilot will take you through the beautiful folds of this amazing destination. The main spots to visit include Mattupetty Dam, Eco-point, Kundala Dam, and Blossom Park in the morning session. Whereas, during the afternoon session, time would be spent visiting the Eravikulam National Park which remains closed in the month of February through April, and Tea Museum.
The evening session continues after lunch when you can explore the Market, and drive back to the hotel.
After breakfast, you drive back Cochin, where you explore the main attractions like Jewish Synagogue, Old Spice Market, and Santa Cruz Basilica before heading over to the railway station or airport.