INR 4,200.00
Days: 1


Full Day Excursion to Kanyakumari & Back Ex. Trivandrum/Kerala(TRI01)
  • Visit Kanyakumari

Kanyakumari is the southern most tip of India, the sub-continental tip is called Cape Comorin. It is said that righ here in Kanyakumari, Swami Vivekananda attained enlightenment meditating on a rock island off mainland. Some of tourist places that Kanyakumari is known for are: 

 

Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Gandhi Mandapam and Padmanabhapuram 

 

Palace. This is one of the best destinations where you can see the sea from 

 

three sides and you will feel the sea spray in your face. 


INR 2,050.00
Days: 1


Half day city tour of Trivandrum / Kerala(TRI02)
  • Visits to Padmanabhaswami Temple, Srichitra Art Gallery, Napier Museum and Zoo

Tour of Trivandrum Thiruvananthapuram, previously called Trivandrum, is an ancient city with tradition dating back to 1000 BC. This capital city of Kerala is a beautiful seaside metropolis built on seven hills. It is located on the west coast of India spreading over a total of 2,192 sq.km.


INR 3,150.00
Days: 1


Full Day city tour of Trivandrum /Kerala(TRI03)
  1. Visits iconic spots Old Travancore Kingdom’s  capital Trivandrum includes, Napier Museum, Sri Chithira Art Gallery, Zoo, Padmanabhapuram Temple and adjacent Palace etc

Tour of Trivandrum Thiruvananthapuram, previously called Trivandrum, is an ancient city with tradition dating back to 1000 BC. This capital city of Kerala is a beautiful seaside metropolis built on seven hills. It is located on the west coast of India spreading over a total of 2,192 sq.km.

 


INR 3,200.00
Days: 1


Visit to Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram with with Neyyar Dam Ex. Trivandrum(TRI04)
  • Visit to Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram

The Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram is set in 12 acres of tropical splendour in the foothills of Kerala's Western Ghats. The natural beauty of Neyyar Dam, the forested surroundings, the cool green coconut tree groves and colourful flower-filled views, all offer an ideal atmosphere for the practice of yoga and meditation.

The ashram program covers classical yoga techniques, taught in a warm and friendly environment, helps to instil in guests a deep awareness of the spiritual essence of life. 

How to Reach :The Ashram is about one hour drive from Trivandrum (28km). Prepaid taxi is available at the airport, and prepaid auto rickshaw and taxi outside the train station. They give government rates, approximately Rs 350 for an auto rickshaw and Rs 800 for a taxi.


INR 3,200.00
Days: 1


Varkala Day Trip Ex. Trivandrum / Kerala(TRI05)
  • Visit Temple & Beach.

The sensational cliffs of Varkala might just be its saving grace, holding back the kind of development that has left nearby Kovalam gasping for air. With a strand of golden beach nuzzling the cliff edge, and more Bob Marley music that you can poke a dreadlocked backpacker at, the vibe here remains faithfully laid-back. Varkala’s beaches are protected by soaring 

bluffs, while all the on-land action is perched precariously, but beautifully, along the crumbling precipice above. Sure, the number of new hotels is creeping up each year, but it’s still a great place to while away the days, even weeks, with tonnes of sleeping options and some excellent dining spots (with dramatic, cliffside sunsets on the house).

 


INR 6,300.00
Days: 2
Night: 1


Alleppey Backwater Houseboat Cruise Ex. Trivandrum(TRI06)
  • Visit Alleppey Backwater

Alappuzha, also known as Alleppey, is a city in Alappuzha District of Kerala state of southern India.It is the administrative headquarters of Alappuzha District,

Trivandrum :The sensational cliffs of Varkala might just be its saving grace, holding back the kind of development that has left nearby Kovalam gasping 

for air. With a strand of golden beach nuzzling the cliff edge, and more Bob  Marley music that you can poke a dreadlocked backpacker at, the vibe here remains faithfully laid-back. Varkala’s beaches are protected by soaring bluffs, while all the on-land action is perched precariously, but beautifully, along the crumbling precipice above. Sure, the number of new hotels is creeping up each year, but it’s still a great place to while away the days, even weeks, with tonnes of sleeping options and some excellent dining spots (with dramatic, cliffside sunsets on the house).