In 1498, Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama had landed on the shores of Calicut, a small town by the coast of Kerala and became the first modern European to set foot on the Indian plains. He was so enchanted by South India that he never went back.
And just like Mr. Vasco, many travelers have come to fall in love with the rich culture of South India – its grand festivals, its warm and friendly people and the ancient history that you chance upon at almost every corner.
South India is a chance creation of geography. Green hills carpeted by tropical rainforests, clean and calm lakes, long and serene beaches, and a warm tropical climate attracts even the most distant of travelers from around the world.
With its majestic hills, luscious forests, and breathtaking beaches, South India offers a unique and enthralling landscape and a confluence of rich and diverse cultural traits that will transform your faculties to a whole new level.
Kochi (2) – Munnar (2) – Periyar (2) – Marari (02) – Backwater Houseboat (1) – Kumarakom (02) – Kochi