|Day 01: Calicut – Kasargod (3 – 4 Hrs)
Arrival at Calicut (Kozikhode) Airport / Railway Station, proceed to Kasargod (Nileshwar) Kasaragod is one of the most beautiful districts inKerala state endowed with 11 rivers (out of a total of the 44 rivers that flow in Kerala), hills, beaches, backwaters, as well as temples, churches, mosques and forts. Arrival at Hotel. Evening free time at Leisure. O/N Kasargod.
Day 02: Kasargod
Morning after breakfast visit to Bekal Fort – The unique Bekal Fort stands amidst the roaming but heartening music of the seas along with the eternal note of the unending waves, carrying the thrilling memories of a bygone era. The Bekal Fort has been a source of attraction for historians, tourists and nature - lovers for centuries since it embodies memories of a glorious past. The zigzag entrance and the trenches around the fort show the defense strategy connected with the fort. Bekal Fort happens to be the biggest fort of Kerala spreading over forty acres. From there one has ample view of all the important places in the vicinity like Kanhangad, Pallikare, Bekal, Kottikulam Uduma etc. This observation centre has strategic significance in finding out even the smallest movements of the enemy and ascertaining the safety of the Fort. Evening free time at Leisure. O/N Kasargod.
Day 03: Kasargod – Wayanad (5 - 6 Hrs)
Arrival at Calicut Airport / Railway Station, Proceed to Wayanad District known as 'The Land of Paddy Fields' with omprising three taluks; Vythiri, Mananthavady and Sulthan Bathery. According to archaeological evidence, the Wayanad forests have been inhabited for more than three thousand years. Countless evidences about New Stone Age civilisation can be seen on the hills of Wayanad. The two caves of Ampukuthimala located between Sulthan Bathery and Ambalavayal, with pictures on their walls and pictorial writings, speak volumes of the bygone era and civilisation. Visit to Sultan Bathery (previously known as Ganapathipuram) It derives its present name from Tipu Sultan ofMysore who used the abandoned Jain temple here and used it as his battery here in the 18th century, hence the name Sultan's Battery. Though the fort does not remain any more, the place is worth the visit for the famous Jain Temple. Evening free time at Leisure. O/N Wayanad.
Day 04: Wayanad
After Breakfast leave for visit to Wayanad Sanctuary - is an animal sanctuary, Wild animals such as Indian Bison, elephant, deer and tiger can be spotted here. There are also quite a few wild birds in the sanctuary. Peacocks and Peafowl tend to be very common in the area. It is bestowed with lush green forests and rich wildlife. Later enjoy the Ayurveda Massage Therapy at your Resort. Evening free time at Leisure. O/N Wayanad.
DAY 05: Wayanad – Calicut (2 Hrs)
After breakfast, check out to your hotel and proceed Calicut (Kozhikode) once a famous cotton-weaving center, gave name to the Calico cloth. Kozhikode or Calicut as it is popularly known, is a land of pristine beaches, aromatic spice gardens, picturesque country sides & warm people. It was way back in 1948 that the coastal town of Kozhikode rose to fame when Vasco Da Gama first set foot on its shores. Its magnanimous hills, gurgling streams, historic sites, wildlife sanctuaries, quaint villages & busy bazaars lure tourists year after year. The city was the capital, during the reign of the Zamorin dynasty. A sea town with a busy port & thriving trading centre some of the best places to get a glimpse into its history & natural beauty are the Kappad Beach & Beypore Fort. A visit to the Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary is a treat for bird watchers with over a 100 species of birds. Or one can visit to Hindustan Kalari Sangam institute, it is in service to mankind by its duly cherished profoundness by the virtues of Kalarippayattu and Ayurveda. Its concerns provides unmatched quality deliverance in Kalarippayattu training, Ayurveda Healing, Ayurveda Training, Tantric learning. Evening free time at Leisure. O/N Calicut.
Day 06: Calicut – Guruvayoor – Cochin (4 – 5 Hrs)
Morning after breakfast leave for Cochin, enroute visit to famous Guruvayur – it houses the famous Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple, the fourth biggest temple in India in terms of the number of devotees per day. Guruvayoor is one of the most sacred and important pilgrim centres of Kerala. Its main attraction is the Sree Krishna temple. According to belief, the temple is the creation of Guru, the preceptor of the Gods , and Vayu, the God of winds. The eastern nada is the main entrance to the shrine. Within the Chuttambalam (outer enclosure) is the tall 33.5 m high gold plated Dwajasthambam (flag-post). Within the temple there are also the images of Ganapathy, Lord Ayyappa and Edathedattu Kavil Bhagavathy. Only Hindus are allowed inside the temple. Arrive at Cochin. O/N Cochin.
Day 07: Cochin – Alleppey (2 Hrs)
After breakfast, proceed to Alleppey - , is considered to be the oldest planned town in this region and the lighthouse built on the coast of the town is the first of its kind along the Arabian coast. A town with picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons, it was described as the one of the places known as "Venice of the East" by Lord Curzon. Alleppey is an important tourist destination in India. Arrive Alleppey and check in Houseboat - A houseboat cruise in these backwaters is a delightful experience. While sailing down a maze of canals one sees different scenes from the villages, paddy fields, coconut palms, fisherman and local life. The cool breeze from the Lake make you sleep early in the night after anchoring in a fancy place. O/N at Houseboat.
Day 08: Alleppey – Cochin (2 Hrs)
Morning after breakfast leave for Cochin Airport / Railway station Journey ends here.