Enjoy the violent dancing of the waves splashing against the shores and enigma of the sparkle of the sun on the golden sand and absorb the beauty of lush coconut palms.
Day 1 : ARRIVAL AT MUMBAI
Welcome To India. The company representative shall meet you in the arrival visitor's hall with a paging board. Transfer to your hotel. Formalities of Check-in shall be completed by the representative.
( Optional- depending on the flight timings) - Afternoon city tour of the the fashion city of India - Mumbai.
Overnight at the hotel
Mumbai - Afternoon, City tour of Bombay - the great port city with its Victorian Gothic buildings from the British Raj Era mingling with the modern. The tour includes 'Gateway of India' overlooking the Harbour, the 'Towers of Silence', 'Marine Drive', the 'Colaba Causeway' - the commercial heart of Bombay and the Dhobi Ghat, the unique and colourful outdoor 'laundry'. Drive upto the Malabar Hill to the lovely 'Hanging Gardens' and the Kamla Nehru Park from where you will get a wonderful view of Mumbai and the Arabian Sea, spread out before you. Also visit Mani Bhawan, a small museum dedicated to the life and works of Mahatma Gandhi, and the bustling Crawford Market
Day 2 : MUMBAI The buzzing Bee of India
Begin your tour in the morning with a visit to the Prince of Wales Museum, Jahangir Art Gallery, Gandhi House, Victoria Terminus, Hanging Gardens, and the drive along Marine drive, often called the "Queen's Necklace". Cruise across the waters of Mumbai, after boarding your boat at the Gateway of India door to the east, with its face to the west, to visit the Elephanta Caves.
Day 3 :MUMBAI - GOA
Former Portuguese colony located on the Malabar Coast. Fly to Goa where upon you would be received by the hotel vehicle. On arrival , check into your hotel where you are booked to stay for three nights. Day at leisure for independent activities. Suggestion : you could explore the magic of goa on your own . . Day free to walk around the beaches of Goa
"It was a jazzy and banging vacation on Goa and Kerala beaches. I never ever been through such a rocking nightlife and 'beachcotheque' at Goa and Mumbai n India's sleepless souls rests in Mumbai's beaches."
» Martha Olefia, Sydney
Day 4 : GOA
A tour of old Goa takes you to Patriarch's Palace, Dona Paula beach to view India's largest natural harbor and the old town to see Basilica of Bom Jesus where the body of St. Francis Xavier is enshrined.
Day 5 : GOA
Day 6 :GOA - COCHIN
Often called the "Queen of the Arabian Sea" Visit the Dutch Palace, the ancient Jewish Synagogue (except Saturdays), St. Francis church, the Matanchary Church (closed on Fridays) and see the Chinese fishing nets swaying in the breeze over the back waters. In the evening enjoy a spectacular Kathakali dance performance.
Day 7 : COCHIN - KUMARAKOM
The famous Backwatwers of Kerala. Transfer to Kumarakom by road. A day at leisure at the enchanting , most natural Coconut Lagoon, Kumararakom. Day at leisure . The panaromic Back waters here offer an ideal retreat to enjoy nature at its best.
Drive down south to Allepey (60 kms - 1.5 hours) and enjoy a cruise to Kumarakom, flanked by picture-book towns and ancient trading ports.
Day 8 : KUMARAKOM
A day full of leisure time to relax, identify rare species of birds enjoy a boat ride along the back waters, or simply rejuvenate your body by opting for an Ayurvedic body massage.
Day 9 : KUMARAKOM - KOVALAM
Cruise across the harbor to Allepey and drive to the beautiful beach resort of Kovalam (147 kms - 4 hours) with its beautiful palm-fringed bays and clear waters.
Day 10 : KOVALAM
Take an excursion to Trivandrum, the capital of the State of Kerala. Among others, visit the 17th century Sri Padmanabha Swamy temple and Napier Museum, which houses a large collection of widely assorted works of art.
Day 11 : KOVALAM - TRIVANDRUM
Its time to bid farewell to this beautiful coastline as you are assisted to Trivandrum airport for your onward flight.