Kerala Honeymoon Package from Dubai

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In the country’s south, Kerala is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places to visit. Its glistening backwaters, shimmering beaches, and verdant areas of land are inextricably linked to this paradise on earth. This peaceful state is the ideal location to strengthen your marriage because it is blessed with many beautiful places. It is indeed a blessing to begin a new chapter of your life with your better half in God’s Own Country. Kerala honeymoon packages are often associated with serenity. The state has excellent road, rail, and aviation links in addition to three international airports. Kerala is regularly served by direct trains from important Indian towns, which boosts tourism. Kerala, the birthplace of the age-old practice of Ayurveda, extends an invitation for you to unwind for a few days in its idyllic environment. Kerala is caressed by the crystal-clear Arabian Sea and the lush Western Ghats, which convert it into a mix of stunning landscapes. From the serene backwaters of Alleppey to the rolling hills of Munnar, Kerala exudes romance everywhere you look.

Enter a world where romance grows in the most beautiful places. Enjoy the allure of Tripfinder’s exclusive honeymoon package, which will lead you through breath-taking scenery, cosy retreats that will keep you warm, and the luxurious embrace of private pool villas. As you set out on this enchanted adventure, embrace the seductive lure of companionship and allow it to whisk you away on a gentle wind. Let these times create a story in your hearts that is weaved with delicate strands of love that only get stronger with time. Let the beautiful scenery and tumbling waterfalls as you go captivate your senses and create a romantic tapestry of memories as you start off.

At the meeting point of three mountain streams, Munnar welcomes you with the warmth of the early morning light. You will partake in time-less local sightseeing amidst the beautiful scenery. A peek of the delights to come may be had by visiting Mattupetty Dam, Kundale Lake, and the intriguing Echo Point. Your route then takes you to Thekkady, where the wilderness cries out for you to come. Take a deep breath and let The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the most captivating wildlife sanctuaries in the world, embrace you. Travel through deep evergreen forests and observe the diverse array of fauna that thrives there. Optional activities like sailing on Periyar Lake or seeing spice farms are available for those looking for a little additional adventure. 

In the sleepy village of Alleppey, which is encircled by the Arabian Sea, your story continues. From your private pool villa, you will enjoy the entrancing views of the enormous network of lakes and lagoons. Walk hand in hand along Alleppey Beach, take in the treasures of the Revi Karunkaran Memorial Museum, and discover the charms of the busy market on Mullackal Street. Your voyage comes to an end, leaving you with priceless memories. Your hearts will be warmed by the warmth of a beautiful voyage that will always be engraved in your spirits when you say goodbye to God’s Own Country as you depart from the Cochin Airport or the train station.


Highlights of the Sites

Munnar; where the Mountains Embrace romance

It’s lovely to visit, explore, and enjoy the natural beauty of Munnar, a well-known hill resort in south India. The town of Munnar, whose name translates from the Malayalam language as “three rivers,” is situated where the Muthirapuzha, the Nallathanni, and the Kundala mountain streams converge. During the colonial era, the hill station, which is situated at a height of around 1600 meters above sea level, functioned as the British government’s summer getaway. In the town of Munnar, English country houses serve as striking examples of colonial architecture. The wonderful vacation experience offered by Munnar includes virgin woods, savannah, undulating hills, picturesque valleys, many streams, enormous splashy waterfalls, extensive tea estates, and winding walks. Neelakurinji, a unique plant that blooms just once every twelve years, is another thing that makes Munnar famous. In Munnar, the “kurinji season,” when the Neelakurinji blossoms are in full bloom, is a breathtaking sight.

At a height of 1600 metres, the alluring hill town of Munnar has a romantic ambiance. Its scenic vistas are nothing short of stunning, and it is located at the meeting point of the Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundale streams. The charm of Munnar rests in its lush flora and mist-covered hills, which were formerly a favourite summer retreat of the British administration. Set out on a wonderful journey to Munnar, where a remarkable adventure waits. Discover beautiful sanctuaries and lovely cascades that enliven an exciting journey. Munnar evolves into a perfect work of art for love to flourish with its seductive attraction and the harmonic mix of colonial tradition and unspoiled views.

Thekkady: A Wilderness and Adventure Playground

Any traveller to India’s greatest wildlife sanctuary, Thekkady in Kerala State, should make it a point to visit. A popular tourist destination is the 120-year-old “Surki” dam, also known as Poorna in Vedic lingo, erected over Peryiar. For those who adore nature in all of its untamed expressions, Thekkady is a nice version of heaven on earth. Thekkady creates a balance between nature and peace, luring visitors with its captivating fauna and lush surroundings. This natural refuge, which is home to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, has an area of 777 square kilometres, of which 360 are covered in dense evergreen woods. A 25 square-kilometre manmade lake surrounds this refuge. Thekkady, the only tiger reserve in the nation, is the ultimate repository for numerous endangered species and a vibrant tribal culture. It is home to a wealth of tropical flora and animals. The sanctuary was given the renowned distinction of a Tiger Reserve in 1978 thanks to the abundance of wildlife it supports, including the rare Nilgiri Tahr. With alternative activities like boating on Periyar Lake and touring spice plantations, a sightseeing tour in this region means immersing oneself in the heart of nature. Thekkady is the place where tranquilly and adventure meet, giving you the chance to create priceless memories amidst the breathtaking majesty of the countryside.

Alleppey: Love’s Reflections on Calm Waters

The peaceful waters of Alleppey, dubbed the “Venice of the East,” are where passion reflects itself. More than a thousand houseboats call it home, and it serves as the centre of Kerala’s backwaters. The historic Kettuvallams, which were once used to convey rice and spices, have been modified into these houseboats. The contemporary houseboats come equipped with air conditioning, restrooms, and cosy living areas. Boat races, marine goods, and the coir industry are all well-known at the Alappuzha beach, which has a 137-year-old pier and a lighthouse from the 17th century. Enjoy the verdant scenery and charming towns while exploring the city’s canals and core. It’s a paradise for private getaways with the Arabian Sea hugging one side and a network of tranquil lakes, lagoons, and rivers on the other. Navigate the welcoming backwaters, where your love tale begins, or stroll hand in hand along Alleppey Beach’s beautiful sands. The famous Alappuzha Lighthouse, a survivor of the ages, lends the scenery a certain allure. Discover innovation made from coconuts at the International Coir Museum as you explore the vibrant Mullackal Street market and immerse yourself in the local culture. Your own pool villa is waiting for you amid these seductive undertones, where each wave reflects the harmony of your union.



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Day 1

You will be given transportation to Munnar, a picturesque 4-hour journey away, from Cochin Airport or Ernakulam Railway Station. Enjoy the waterfalls and natural scenery along the way. When you arrive in Munnar, check into your accommodation and have the rest of the day to relax. Everything for your overnight stay will be taken care of.

Day 2

Start your day with breakfast and then go on a fascinating tour of the neighbourhood. Munnar, located at the confluence of the Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundale mountain streams, is 1600 metres above sea level. This beautiful hill town in South India, which used to be the British government’s summer getaway, has a fascinating history. Visits to locations like the Mattupetty Dam, Kundale Lake, and Echo Point can let you discover Munnar’s beauty. Later in the day, visit Rajamalai, a refuge for the elusive “Nilgiri Thars,” a rare kind of mountain goat. In Munnar, your lodging has been properly planned.


Day 3

Following breakfast, check out of the accommodation and start the 4-hour trip to Thekkady. After you arrive, check into your hotel room. Take part in an exciting tour to Thekkady, one of the most fascinating animal reserves in the world. The 777 sq km Periyar wildlife sanctuary, which includes 360 sq km of thick evergreen forest, is notable for its unique geomorphology, profusion of species, and beautiful scenery. In 1978, this preserve was designated as a Tiger Reserve. You have the choice to partake in additional fee-based activities while here, such as riding an elephant, touring spice plantations, and boating on Periyar Lake. You have a meticulously planned overnight stay in Thekkady.

Day 4

Alleppey is a charming town that has the Arabian Sea on its western border. Its environment is ingeniously woven together by lakes, lagoons, and flowing freshwater rivers. Alleppey, a well-known backwater location, draws many international visitors each year. Additionally well-known are the town’s boat races, beaches, marine goods, and coir industry. Alleppey Beach, the second-busiest centre after the backwaters, is among the noteworthy locations to explore. Enjoy kite flying, camel rides, the sunset from the venerable Alappuzha Lighthouse, which has been in operation for 60 years, street cuisine, or just the pleasant air. Visit the Revi Karunkaran Memorial Museum, which is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day save Monday, for a look at European relics and Swarovski crystal. There is a Rs. 100 entry fee. Mullackal Street, a bustling local marketplace, is well-known for its assortment of stores and booths selling anything from jewellery to spices at reasonable rates. During the Sree Rajarajeshwari Temple’s yearly celebration, this street comes alive with extra stalls. Visit the International Coir Museum, which is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and costs about Rs. 20 to enter, to learn about the innovative ways that coconuts are used to make crafts and goods. If you have the time, think about visiting Pathiramanal Island, a green island tucked away in a lake and ideal for bird viewing in beautiful settings.

Please take note that, unless otherwise stated, admission fees and activity costs are normally not included. Alleppey gives you a great experience during your visit. Please note that the quoted rates are only a guide.

Day 5

After breakfast, check out of your accommodation and head to the Cochin Airport or the train station, depending on where you’re going. With a sense of fulfilment from the wonderful vacation you had in the alluring land of God’s Own Country, you’ll be travelling back home.

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