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This route unveils captivating rich history of South India and culture, from colorful Fort Cochin to the giant ancient temples of Tamil Nadu,Discovering a fascinating corner of India is home to colonial history, traditional villages, Hindu tradition and picturesque seaside towns. All mixed together; This exceptional eclectic mix ignites your imagination.

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Itineraries

Day 1

Arrival in Cochin

Arrive at the cochin international airport. Following the customs, immigration formalities and baggage collection, our representative will meet you as you exit the terminal building of arrival after which you will be transferred to your hotel Transfer to the hotel .... In the afternoon visit Kochi (cochin) Kochi (also known as Cochin) is a city in southwestern India's coastal Kerala state. It has been a port since 1341, when a deluge dug its port and opened it to Arab, Chinese and European merchants. Sites that reflect these influences include Fort Kochi, a settlement with tiled colonial bungalows and several houses of worship. The Chinese fishing networks, typical of Kochi, have been used for centuries.  You enjoy Khathakkali (at 17:00) Kerala kathakali center popularly known as a traditional art school. Built and following our passion since 1994. The Kerala kathakali center is the most important art school in Kerala and the only authentic theater where kathakali, music, martial arts and other forms of dance are demonstrated in traditional style with the his real feels and reality. The Kerala kathakali center invites you to be part of our rich culture and experience the greatest art form in the world .... Overnight at the hotel in kochi

Day 2

In Kochi

Dopo la prima Colazione partenza per periyar alle 8:30 Si visita in villaggio Kumbalangi KUMBALANGI VILLAGE TOURS Kumbalangi si trova a dodici chilometri da Fort Kochi, Kochi. Kochi è un'antica città portuale lungo la costa occidentale della penisola meridionale dell'India. Kumbalanghi è un lussureggiante villaggio verde di Cochin. È dichiarato come il primo modello di pesca e villaggio turistico dell'India che ha una propria tradizione e cultura. La maggior parte degli abitanti del villaggio è impegnata nell'agricoltura e nella pesca. Il villaggio è di 16 Sq.Km in zona e circondato da backwaters e risaie. Un anello di reti da pesca cinesi letteralmente circonda l'isola-villaggio testimonianza della ricca vita acquatica. Una serie di mangrovie separano terreni dall'acqua che forniscono un terreno di allevamento per gamberi, granchi, ostriche e piccoli pesci. Il villaggio ospita tutti i pescatori, gli agricoltori, i lavoratori, i tappers e gli spinning coir. attività • Filatura di filati di cocco: il filato di cocco viene realizzato con fibre di cocco separate dalle ghiande di cocco. Il filato di coir è usato per fare i tappeti. La fibra del carbonio può anche essere fatta direttamente nei moquette. • Eliminazione della noce di cocco: Prima che inizia il processo di filato di coiri, abbiamo bisogno di eliminare la noce di cocco e lasciare fresca per l'acqua per 3-6 mesi per condire. Quando li striamo la fibra diventa morbida e forte, e la corda di coir fatta da loro dura più a lungo rispetto alla moderna coir, coir tappeti. • Copra: La noce di cocco viene tagliata in due parti e asciugata al sole per estrarre l'olio di cocco. L'intero processo avrà tre giorni prima di estrarre l'olio di cocco. Separare la copra (cocco secco) dal guscio di cocco è un atto molto abile • Crab Farming: Granchi di solito trovati nell'acqua salmastra del Kerala. In questo villaggio c'è una fattoria di granchio ben mantenuta dove l'ingrasso dei granchi è naturalmente fatto. I visitatori possono sperimentare la cattura dei granchi che pesano 500gs a 3 chilogrammi dalla fattoria. • L'elaborazione di carne di clam: le mollusche sono molluschi trovati nelle acque salmastre. Molti degli abitanti dell'isola di Kallanchery trovano la loro trasformazione per la loro vita. Di solito tutti i membri della famiglia partecipano a questo lavoro. Gli uomini raccolgono il pesce di mollusco dall'acqua indietro. Le signore vaporizzano il clamshell per separare la carne dalla copertina. Sia gli uomini che le donne vanno sul mercato per vendere la carne. Le coperture sono utilizzate per la fabbricazione di cemento bianco, vernici a base di cemento e fertilizzanti. • Guardando la rete cinese: le reti cinesi sono state introdotte dal cinese durante il XV secolo. Qui, le reti cinesi vengono gestite di solito durante la notte. L'illuminazione elettrica viene utilizzata per attirare i pesci ei gamberi. Di solito due persone operano una rete. • Rendering netto: come molti abitanti del villaggio trovano il loro sostentamento dalla pesca, la lavorazione a maglia della rete è anche identificata come una professione. Molti degli abitanti del villaggio sono impegnati a fare la rete e la loro riparazione. • Lettere di cocco tessitura: Le foglie di noce di cocco sono tessute da Ladies. Le foglie di noce di cocco tessute vengono utilizzate per la frantumazione del tetto e per la recinzione. Per questo, le foglie di noce di cocco verde sono prima condite in acqua salmastra che aumenterà la vita delle foglie tessute. • Country Boating: Le imbarcazioni del paese sono costituite da legno come albero Wild jack, Teak ecc. Il legno viene prima suddiviso in tavole di spessore da 3 a 2 pollici. Queste tavole sono poi unite con filo di cocco con un riempimento di fibre di cocco. L'olio estratto da pesce di sardine o conchiglie di noci o neem o di anacardio ecc. Vengono utilizzati per realizzare un rivestimento protettivo. Le grandi imbarcazioni sono utilizzate per il trasporto di merci e viaggi. Piccole imbarcazioni sono utilizzate per la pesca. Durante la nautica, i visitatori possono avere un attento controllo di diversi metodi di pesca. • Casting of Nets: questo è un metodo tradizionale di pesca. Qui le reti a forma di conica dotate di peso al piombo in basso vengono sparse nell'acqua con un filo nella mano. Il peso montato in basso manterrà i pesci all'interno della rete. • Groping of Fish: Questo è un abile metodo di pesca fatto dalle signore usando le dita. Qui un gruppo di donne si muove in una linea e pungono i pesci dalle acque posteriori. • Produzione delle scopa: utilizziamo la colonna di cocco della farina di cocco per fare scopa per pulire pavimenti e terreni, • Beedi: un beedi è una sottile sigaretta indiana piena di fiocco di tabacco e avvolta in una foglia di tendine. Il Beedi-making è diventato un'industria casalinga con una forza lavoro femminile a casa, prevalentemente impiegata solo nel rolling beedi. • Produzione di cestini: La produzione di cestini sta morendo l'arte, solo pochi artigiani sanno fare, originariamente il cesto di cocco sono stati usati come contenitore per separare le carni e le coperture. • Ceramiche: la ceramica è l'arte di fare materiale ceramico in pentole o in ceramica usando il fango. I principali tipi di prodotti di ceramica comprendono il terracotta, il gres e la porcellana. Il palazzo di Mattancherry Il Mattancherry Palace è un palazzo portoghese conosciuto come il Palazzo olandese, a Mattancherry, Kochi, nello stato indiano di Kerala che presenta murales Kerala raffiguranti ritratti e mostre del Rajas di Kochi. La Rete da pesca Chinese In India, le reti da pesca cinesi sono reti da pesca che sono impianti fissi per la pesca. Mentre comunemente noto come "reti da pesca cinesi" in India, il nome più formale per tali reti è "reti a riva gestite da reti". Jewish Synagoguesi è la più antica sinagoga attiva nel Commonwealth of Nations, situata a Kochi, Kerala, nell'India meridionale. Overnight in hotel at Cochin

Day 3

From kochi to Periyar by surface (180 km / 4 hours)

After breakfast, departure for periyar at 8:30 Departure For Periyar Arrival in Periyar and transfer to the hotel Sightseeing of Periyar Periyar is considered Entry of Kerala, because this place is on the border with Kerala. Kalaripayattu, the oldest of martial arts, is a gift to the modern world and known as the mother of all martial arts. the legend traces the 3000 year-old art form to Sanzio Parasurama, the master of all forms of martial art and credited with being Kerala's retailer from the Arabian sea. Kalaripayattu was born from ancient southern India. Kung-fu, diffused by the monks of the shaolin temple, traces its origin to Bodhi Dharma, an Indian Buddhist monk and the master Kalaripayattu. Legend: Shiva the great Yogi who is on Mount Kailasa in the high Himalayas, deeply in dhyana meditation, is said to have taught Parasurama the art of Kalaripayattu. Parasurama has taught his 21 doctrines (all the brahmanas themselves) the art of Kalari payat.it was created by the warrior saint parasurama, incarnation of Lord Vishnu, throwing his ax into the sea which has retreated to the point where it is caduto.Parasurama then established forty two calories and taught twenty-one masters of these calaric to protect the land he created. Training: the holistic approach is aimed at the last coordination and control of the mind and body. Weapons become an extension of the boiad, controlled by the mind to achieve a high level of protection in offensive and defensive combat. this art lies in the harmonious synergy of art, science and medicine Training: the holistic approach is aimed at the last coordination and control of the mind and body. Weapons become an extension of the boiad, controlled by the mind to achieve a high level of protection in offensive and defensive combat. this art lies in the harmonious synergy of art, science and medicine. Arrival at Periyar and check inn at the hotel. The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the shores of Lake Periyar - an artificial lake, in Thekkady. Here the high ranks of the Western Ghats are dressed in dense evergreen, damp deciduous forests and savannah meadows. Periyar is famous for its rich wild life and spice plantation, and enjoys a boat safari in Periyar National Park.  In the afternoon: boat ride on the Periyar lake. A boat safari in the Periyar River will offer you some of the breathtaking wildlife views of Periyar Tiger Reserve. Following this, you can end the day with a visit to the spice market areas; Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 4

From Periyar to Munnar (3 hours 16 minutes (97.8 kilometers) via SH19

After breakfast departure for Munnar at 8:30 Departure for Munnar Arrival in Munnar and transfer to the hotel. Sightseeing in Munnar  Top Station In the afternoon you visit Top Station is a tourist destination in the hills of Kannan Devan of Munnar. It is a part of the border between the districts of Idukki-Theni in the state of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The subway station is as remarkable as the historic Kansan Devan tea transshippment resort delivered here by Munnar and Madupatty by rail and then down by cable car to Kottagudi. This area is popular for the rare Neelakurinji flowers. The Kurinjimala Sanctuary is nearby. The Top Station is the western entrance to the planned Palani Hills National Park. Eco point Munnar - one of the most picturesque cities of Kerala. In this wonderful postcard as fascinating as the city of Munnar, Echo Point rests like an exquisite place to visit. Its uniqueness lies in its natural characteristic echo, where screaming your voice returns to you. The stunning scenery of Echo Point due to cluster tea plantations and spice and coffee gardens has determined its popularity among trekkers and nature strollers. In a completely quiet and regenerating environment, strollers and trekkers can move along the velvety slopes and photograph moments of serenity and rich natural beauty. C.S.I Christ Church The old Church of Christ CIS is the headquarters of the CSI Munnar Pastorate with over a thousand Tamil families and 18 outstation churches. The church, counted among the most revered sights of Munnar, was built in 1910 by the British. This holy place is popular for its exquisite stained glass windows. In addition, he etched brass plates that were made in memory of coughs. The site of the church was formally consecrated by Rt. Rev. Noel Hodges on April 15, 1900 on the occasion of Easter. The foundation stone of the church was laid in March 1910 by Sir A.K. Muir was inaugurated on April 16, 1911 by Rev. W. F. Hoysted, then a priest. When the British left Munnar in 1981, they handed over the church's charge to the northern CIS diocese of Kerala. In the evening, visit the local market Overnight at hotel in Munnar

Day 5

In Munnar

After breakfast we will visit Munnar at 8:30. You will visit Hills of Laxmi, Munnar tea Museum Hills of Letchmi (hills of laxmi) We take about 3 kilometers towards Cochin (road) from Munnar, up to the starting point of the trekking of the hills of Letchmi. (We usually start around 08.30 or 09.00.) The route will start at a height of 1420 meters (approximately), we will start the tea plantations for about 30-40 minutes, after reaching the top of the hill, the rest of our couple of hours of trekking will be on the ridge that offers beautiful views around, will be through the prairies, one side will be rocky mountain slope and the other will be tea plantations, patches of forest Shola etc ..., in a clear day sky we could see the "highest peak of S. Anaimudi in S. India "and the reservoir of the Idukki dam which has listed as highest arch dams in Asia and the third highest dam in India. During the trekking we will taste lunch and lunch in a suitable place, our route will take place through the Nature Zone where we can see some exotic spices like Coffee, Cardamom, etc., Also one of the best places to spot some endemic birds of this part of Western Ghat. Will have another 40 minutes to 01 hours walking through the tea plantations to finish the trek, the highest point of this trek will be about 1950 meters MSL (approximately) Our vehicle will wait at the arrival point about 5 km or 8 km from Munnar towards the Mankulam road (depending on the duration we have chosen) Usually we will start at 8.30 or 9.00 Duration / cost: 3-5 hours We also visit Lllakam water fall Munnar Tea Museum (Here Opportunity to taste tea and see how tea is produced) Munnar is perhaps the most beautiful of places to preserve and show some exquisite and interesting aspects on the genesis and growth of tea plantations at the highest levels of Kerala. With particular attention to Munnar and to the delight of tea lovers and tourists, Tata Tea has recently opened a tea museum that houses curious photographs and machinery, each of which represents a turning point that has contributed to a thriving tea industry, seen today in the region. The museum established at Tata Tea's Nallathanni Estate in Munnar is a tribute to the obstacles and rigors of its pioneers, who showed their utmost determination and were determined in their efforts to turn Munnar into an important center of Kerala plantations. The Tata Tea Museum painstakingly paints the growth of Munnar tea estates, which are conveyed through some of the displays like the rudimentary tea roll to the modern fully automated tea factory. Visitors to the museum can satiate their curiosity about various stages of tea processing, and even learn one or two things about the production of black tea. A sundial, placed on a block of granite, which was made in 1913 by the industrial school of art in Nazareth, Tamil Nadu, greets a visitor to the Tea Museum. In the museum, if one is curious to identify an object with a certain antiquity, then the burial urn of the second century BC, which was found near Periakanal summer at the top of the list. Some of the objects that will attract attention to the exhibition at the tea museum include the original tea roll, the 'Rotorvane', dating back to 1905, used for the processing of CTC-type tea; the "Pelton wheel" used in the energy production plant that existed at the Kanniamallay estate in the 1920s; a wheel of the Kundale Valley Light railway engine, which transported men and materials between Munnar and Top Station during the first half of the last century. A section of the tea museum also houses classic furniture of bungalows, typewriters, wooden bathtubs, telephone magnets, wood-burning oven, manual calculators and EPABX of the telephone system of 1909. A tea tasting demonstration hall is another attraction where different varieties of tea meet. Those wishing to understand the nuances of tea processing can do so at the CTC and the orthodox tea production unit at the museum. The museum authorities are also contemplating the idea of ​​allowing tourists to tear up tea leaves and transform them into their presence. The Tea Museum of Tata Tea would soon be another reason for travelers to visit the enchanting hills of Munnar, which has already become one of Kerala's tourist destinations. Overnight at hotel in Munnar

Day 6

From Munnar to Alleppey (about 4h 12 minutes (168.7 km) via NH85 and SH40

After breakfast departure for Alleppey at 8:30 Arrival in Alleppey and Transfer by floating boat (dinner included) Free day to relax Overnight in a floating boat

Day 7

From Alleppey to Mararikulam (about 30 minutes 15 kilometers)

Dopo la prima colazione partenza per Mararikulam alle 9:00 am Arrivo a Mararikulam e trasferimento in albergo Giorno libero per rillassarsi Pernottamento in albergo a Mararikulam

Day 8

In Mararikulam

Breakfast at the hotel Free day to relax Overnight at the hotel

Day 9

In Mararikulam

Breakfast at the hotel Free day to relax Overnight at the hotel

Day 10

In Mararikulam

Breakfast at the hotel Free day to relax Overnight at the hotel

Day 11

From Mararikulam to Cochin then (flight to Italy)

Transfer to Kochi airport according to the flight schedule. back to home

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