|Munnar - Alleppey - Cochin|
|Day 01: Cochin – Munnar (4 Hrs)
After breakfast proceed to Munnar - The name Munnar is believed to mean "three rivers", referring to the town's strategic location at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers. Munnar town is in Kannan Devan Hills ( KDH ) Village in Devikulam taluka. Enjoy the enroute beauty of Munnar hills with Tea Plantation, waterfalls and many view locations. Evening free time at Leisure. O/N Munnar.
Day 02: Munnar
After breakfast, proceed for Munnar full day Sightseeing Rajamalai National Park is situated in Devikulam of Munnar. It has the largest untouched patch of Shola – grassland mosaic when compared to other Shola-grassland vegetation in the Western Ghats. Eravikulam National Park also abode Anamudi, is the highest peak (2690 m) in the peninsular India. The park has three sections – Core Area, Buffer Area and Tourism Area. It’s a natural habitat of highly endangered species of mountain goats called Nilgiri Tahr or Nilgiri Ibex (Hemitragus hylocrius). Tourists visiting Eravikulam (Rajamalai) National Park can find small herds of Nilgiri Tahr grazing along the grasslands. Nilakurinji plants, rare species limited to the hill ranges of Munnar, can be found along the hill sides of this national park. Munnar is perhaps the choicest of places to preserve and showcase some of the exquisite and interesting aspects on the genesis and growth of tea plantations in Kerala's high ranges. With special emphasis to Munnar, and to the delight of tea lovers and tourists - Kannan Devan Tea Museum & Factory - This is the country’s first ever tea museum; located at KDHP’s Nullatanni estate, Gives you an overview of the history of tea plantation in Munnar. There is a live demonstration of the tea processing steps, photographs, There's also a sales counter, from where you can pick up your favourite flavour of tea. Mattupetty Dam, is a storage Concrete Gravity dam built in the mountains to conserve water for hydroelectricity. It has been a vital source of power, yielding along with other such dams, huge revenue to the states. The large amount of perennially available water allows wild animals and birds to flourish. Kundala Arch Dam is Asia's first Arch Dam. Kundala lake and its surrounding area offer a calm and quiet atmosphere with quiet natural beauty. Cherry blossoms appearing twice a year and Kurinji flowers blooming once in twelve years colour the hills and valleys around Kundala lake. Pedal boats and kashmiri shikaras make the trip more enjoyable to tourist. Back to Hotel by late afternoon. O/N Munnar.
Day 03 : Munnar – Alleppey. (3 – 4 Hrs)
Day 04: Alleppey – Cochin drop (2 Hrs)