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North Kerala is the creative centre for much of the region's folk music and colourful art. Little explored by tourists, discover the rural charms of Kerala on this relaxing tour. Marvel at a landscape blessed with waterfalls and lush valleys and enjoy 3 safaris in Nagarhole National Park in search of leopards and tigers
Overnight flight to Kochi (Cochin). (N)Day 2: Athirapally
Transfer to Athirapally located on the fringed of the Sholayar forest range and known for its scenic waterfalls. Stay in the rustic and simple Rainforest Lodge. Afternoon visit to the waterfalls or take a guided jungle trek. (D)Day 3: Sulthan Bathery
Drive to Sulthan Bathery and stay 2 nights at Amaryllis. (B, L, D)Day 4: Edakkal caves
Morning visit to the Edakkal cave where prehistoric enigmatic relief carvings of figures and symbols have been an endless source of excitement for tourists, historians and anthropologists since they were discovered in the 19th century. (B, L, D)Day 5: Nagarhole
Drive to Nagarhole and stay 2 nights at the Evolve Back Kabini situated next to the Kabini River. The river is a tributary of the Cauvery and flowing through the Nagarhole National Park, encircling a patch of green called Kabini. Afternoon wildlife viewing by boat. (B, L, D)Day 6: Nagarhole
Morning and afternoon wildlife drives in the Nagarhole National Park. This exuberant jungle is home to leopard, gaur, antelope, crocodile, tiger, cobra, python and herds of elephant among other animals. Afternoon wildlife viewing. (B, L, D)Day 7: Kodagu (Coorg)
Drive to Madikeri, famous for its coffee and spice plantations. Stay 2 nights at the delightful Evolve Back Coorg. Afternoon guided walk through the plantation. (B)Day 8: Bylakuppe
Guided walk through the plantation, followed by a visit to the large Tibetan settlement town of Bylakuppe. A short guided tour of a plantation is an excellent way to get to know the different types of coffee and learn how the different spices are grown, harvested, processed and packed. (B, L, D)Day 9: Kasargod
Drive to Kasargod characterised by coconut palms, rolling hills, forts, beaches and backwaters. 3 nights at Neeleshwar Hermitage. (B, L, D)Days 10-11: Kasargod
Days at leisure. (B, L, D)Day 12: Mumbai
Fly to Mumbai and overnight at the LaLit. (B)Day 13: Flyt home (B) Meal basis:
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important information Standard tour:
This tour is typically based in 3- and 4-star accommodationTailor-made travel:
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Set among 400 acres of picturesque coffee and vanilla plantation, Tranquil - A Plantation Hideaway is a plantation bungalow that has been beautifully restored. The guest bungalow has 6 spacious, simply furnished bedrooms with ensuite facilities. This delightful homestay also has a sturdy tree house, entirely constructed from natural materials with bamboo woven walls, coffee roots for tables and shelves, and a branch growing inside. There is also a secluded terrace for fabulous forest views. The hosts Victor and Ranjini Dey ensure the combination of efficient hotel standards with a relaxed, personal homestay ambience. Guests can enjoy Indian and continental buffet dinners around the big table. There is a shady platform for hammocks and swing chairs, a swimming pool and a games room.
Located approximately 10 minutes drive from Sahar International airport, the The Lalit Mumbai offers first-class accommodation in its 369 comfortably furnished rooms and suites. The rooms are spacious and combine traditional features with contemporary style. The hotel offers a variety of dining options and leisure facilities include a holistic health centre and an outdoor swimming pool.
Neeleshwar Hermitage, a delightful retreat set among acres of coconut palms and gardens, was the first superior first-class resort to open on the beaches of northern Kerala. All the palm thatched cottages, built according to the traditional architectural principles of Kerala Vastu, overlook either the landscaped garden or the unspoilt beach and have their own courtyard garden. The cottages are spacious, airy and beautifully designed with polished wood pillars and stone bathrooms with state of the art fixtures and fittings. The Neeleshwar Hermitage currently does not have a licence to serve alcoholic drinks. Features: 18 cottages, infinity pool, Ayurvedic spa centre and a restaurant serving fresh seafood, local and international cuisine, yoga and cookery classes. Room amenities: Air-conditioning, ipod docking station, hairdryer, en suite bathroom with bath and shower and safe.
Low season from £3695 per person
High season from £3795 per person
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*Itinerary: Note that for the 06 Feb 2014* departure date only the itinerary is different to the regular 2014 tour, with a visit to the countryside in Mai Chai and an extra night in Hanoi, and one less night in Hoi An.
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