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Arriving this morning by Emirates we will collect you and transfer you to Wayanad located in the forests of Kerala, the drive will take around 4 hours but the scenery passed will be very enjoyable the hotel has unique tree house rooms high up in the trees or villas.
Enjoy today and tomorrow to explore the area go for walks in the forests, visit Tea or Spice plantations as you desire.
This morning we go to the train station for the train to Kochi leaving at 11:40 enjoy the interesting journey looking out the window seeing the people go about there daily lives - Arrival at 16:15 and check into your hotel. This evening your guide will take you on waking tour to see the Chinese fishing nets.
Formerly a princely state, Kochi is also fondly referred to as “The Queen of the Arabian Sea”. This morning enjoy a sightseeing tour of the town including the beautiful Parsi Synagogue built in 1568, the Dutch Palace built by the Portuguese in 1555 and St Francis’ Church. A walking tour of Fort Cochin takes you through streets still graced with traces of Portuguese, Dutch and British colonial architecture. Afternoon a drive east to to Munnar - a quaint hill station nestled on the verdant slopes of tea plantations, that exudes a rare old world charm and reminds one of the days of the Raj in its elegant splendour. At a height of 1525 metres, Munnar offers breathtaking views of the surrounding hills.
Today we visit a local Tea Estate - for which the region is renowned for! We then head out to see the amazing waterfalls and scenery and take a nice day walking in the hills then return to your hotel.
Today enjoy a full day visit to Ervakulam National Park. This is a sanctuary set up for the preservation of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr, the main inhabitant of the park. Now the park has the largest known population of Tahr's existing in the world. Besides one can also find Atlas Moth (largest moths in the world in terms of total wing surface area), Elephants, Sambhars, Gaurs, Lion-tailed Macaque, Nilgiri, and Langurs. 132 species of birds has also been reported to exist here.
Sadly your holiday draws to a close today we will transfer you to the airport in Kochi in time for your flight home.
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