After Morning Breakfast then checkout hotel then go for Sightseeing of Delhi Including – India Gate, View of President House and Parliament House , Gandhi Smriti , National Museum then take Lunch then transfer to airport for cochin ,on Arrive check-in Hotel Dinner & Over Night at hotel.
Highlights Of The Day
India Gate :This 42m high stone memorial pays tribute to the valiant soldiers of Indian Army who sacrificed their lives for the country during World War I, Northwest Frontier operations and in the Anglo-African War in 1919. A flame burns day and night in the memorial for the remembrance of the martyrs.
President House :The President house is also known as RashtripatiBhavan in Hindi. President house previously known as "Viceroy's House" and now its officially home of the President of India. President house started constructing in 1912 and completed in 1929. It has 340 rooms with huge corridors stretching up to 2.5kms.
Parliament House :The parliament house is also known as SansadBhavan. It was designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker in 1912-13 and construction began in 1921and ended in 1927. The Parliament Museum opened in 2006
Gandhi Smriti :It is the world-famous memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. The Gandhi House is the place where he was shot on 30 January 1948, causing the death. Gandhi spent his last 144 days in this house (Birla House) and his room is preserved in the same condition as he left it. You can find his possessions there which include spectacles, a walking stick, a spinning wheel and a pair of chappals.
National Museum :This splendid museum is full of amazing ancient treasures. It showcases sophisticated figurine from Harappa civilization including the remarkable dancing girl, and fine ceramics from Nal civilization. It also showcases exquisite jewelry, miniature paintings, medieval woodcarvings, Buddha relics, textiles and musical instruments.
After Breakfast drive to munnar it hardly take 3 hrs 30 min Then sighteeing of munnar , take lunch then visit Tea garden then back to hotel take dinner and overnight at hotel
Highlights of the day
Munnar- Munnar is a tranquil hill station of Kerala that is renowned for its exotic scenery, tea estates, a profusion of flora and fauna and craggy peaks. It is situated on the banks of river Nallathanni, Madupetti and Periavaru and offers picturesque sight. Delightful weather and lush green fields make it one of the most romantic places in India.
After breakfast drive to thekkady on arive go for sightseeing of Periyar National park then check in hotel take lunch then go to se Thekkady Lake , Bamboo rafting and Ayurvedic Park then back to hotel take dinner and overnight at hotel.
Highlights of the day
The Periyar National Park - This park is spread over 257 square miles and the Pamba and Periyar rivers flow through it. This is one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world . This National Park has amazing nature, adventure and beauty.
Thekkady lake- This lakeis also known Periyar Lake which is famous for its wide varieties of wildlife. You can also take a boat ride for water to the forest.
Bamboo rafting - Bamboo Rafting facility is offered by direct Forest Department at Thekkady which is a perfect activity for all the water sports .
Ayurvedic Park -This park expands over an area of five acres which is an ecological park founded to grow medicinal herbs and spices and spread the knowledge of growing them with the help of advanced agricultural techniques.
After breakfast check out from hotel then drive to Kumarakom. Check in to the hotel take lunch then proceed for local sightseeing of Kumarakom including-Vembanadu Lake which stretch of backwater is spread over 900 sq. km., use motor boat or a houseboat to see the beauty of this backwater. then back to hotel take dinner and Overnight stay at Kumarakom.
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