In Tamil Nadu, Madurai is the third-largest city. This fantastic city has different names for various reasons. Temple City, City of Four Junctions, City of Jasmine, and City That Never Sleeps are the most common names. The prominent tourist attractions of Madurai are the Spell-bound architecture of temples constructed by Pandayan and Madurai Nayak kings. This is a famous Hindu pilgrimage to this religious city. The city is renowned for great festivals, in addition to Dravidian style architecture. Colorful celebrations bring some flavor to the festivals. In addition, the city plays a major role in the economy. Madurai is a major producer of rubber and serves all of the nation's prime industries.
The Mosques : Temple City justifies the city's name. Meenakshi Temple is Madurai's most prominent temple. To visit its Dravidian architecture, visitors around the globe visit Madurai. In Hinduism, the temple holds major importance and is devoted to the Meenakshi goddess. Located in the heart of the district, three stairs of the Lord's Pose are housed in Koodal Alagar Temple. Some of the city's other prominent temples are Thiruparankundram and Pazhamudhir Solai.
Thekkady, with its unspoiled tropical forests and an unprecedented abundance of animal and plant life, is a paradise for nature lovers. It is a delight for tourists due to its endless chain of hills with scented spice plantations, along with tea, coffee, and cardamom. Numerous picturesque towns in Thekkady provide great opportunities for hiking and mountain walks. If it comes to the beauty of nature, Thekkady is an exceptionally gifted stretch of land. You are followed wherever you go by Greenscapes, and this Jeep Safari takes you through the area's popular tea estates and waterfalls, which is the ideal way to escape the city's hustle and bustle.
At Periyar Lake, For Boating : Located near the Periyar National Reserves, a popular tourist location is a placid lake. You might get a chance to see elephant herds swimming on the lakeside if you're lucky. This is one of Thekkady's best tourist spots, which seems to enjoy the great beauty of Thekkady.
Chellarkovil : In Thekkady, with picturesque views of nature in all its glory, one of the most beautiful places to visit is the Chellarkovil Viewpoint. Catch a glimpse of the orange sun setting behind lush green hills and crane your neck to see tall mountain ridges vanishing into fluffy white clouds. Enjoy the sparkling white waters and hike through the bamboo forest of the surrounding waterfalls. The observation point presents bewitching views of dynamic human cities, with a thick green backdrop.
Dam Mullaperiyar : Enjoy the unique water sights cascading down from a towering height of 155 ft. at Mullaperiyar Dam. Beautiful views of the tiger reserve and Periyar Lake, located in the Periyar Tiger Reserve, are provided by the dam. The high dense trees offer a sense of tranquility for nature lovers and make the place true heaven. The viewpoint gives a holistic view of the different wildlife of the reserve, including tigers, elephants, Indian bison, if you are a wildlife enthusiast in your area.
Pullumedu : As you enter Pullumedu, a breathtaking gem hidden in the embrace of Idukki, you embark on a journey full of green hills and the mighty Periyar River singing along with you. Get a brief glimpse of Sree Ayyappa's Temple at Sabarimala and Makara Jyothi's illuminations at the shrine on the way. The area is totally removed from the modern world and provides you with solitude and serenity to heal you, spiritually, psychologically, and emotionally. Come and experience a real getaway.
Pandikuzhi : For those travelers who want to engage more in nature and want to be one with the green world, they are paradise. The chilling streams are some of the specialties of Pandiluzhi, which is ideally situated between the border of Chellarkovil and Tamil Nadu. Do not postpone your journey to Pandikuzhi whether you are an adventure enthusiast or a mad person with a camera and photography. You will linger here and visit this place again and again with the deep valleys, the native flora and fauna, the unique history, the magnificent lakes, the splashing waterfalls, villages, and activities of the people around you. Just 5 km away from Kumily, Pandikuzhi is located. Nearby locations and those who are easily linked to this place choose this place as a weekend destination that others can choose during their trip to Thekkady.
Thekkady is renowned for the Periyar National Park, but not many people know about this spectacular perennial waterfall on private property. One must book a jeep safari to reach this Thekkady waterfall that takes you through the mesmerizing tea estate. The best thing was that this waterfall was just a few kilometers from the campsite where we stayed.
Perched over 3500 ft above sea level, Kuttikanam hill station is well known for its beautiful weather and peaceful atmosphere that attracts tourists from far and wide. Kuttikanam is one of the best options for a relaxing holiday. Kuttikanam will be the best option if you want to have enough outdoor fun in the form of nature trails, plantation tours, or adventure trips, or pace down a bit in the lap of nature. For a relaxing and fun holiday, the green-capped hills, the fresh mountain air, and the mist around will provide the ideal backdrop. For a romantic holiday, a family day out, or for business meetings alike, Kuttikanam is well-cut. The former summer campsite of the Travancore kings of Kerala, it has a good climate throughout the year. Some of Kuttikanam Tours' attractions include the falls of Valajanganam, the summer palace, and the crypt.
Kuttikkanam's history is closely associated with its tea plantations. In reality, after the tea plantations emerged, the place also saw human settlements. Like this, it goes. The area was unpopulated during the rule of the kings of Changanacherry in the 16th century. In 1756, the rulers of Travancore captured Changancherry. When it came under their influence, a Christian missionary, Henry Baker, started coffee plantations in the area. The tea was later added to Kuttikkanam. During the British reign in India, Kuttikkanam grew into an up-market resort. The big problem here was insufficient transportation routes. Thus, the first of its kind in Travancore saw the beginning of Aerial ropeway ltd a public limited company. The enchanting natural beauty of Travancore was remembered by the rulers of Travancore, too. This was where their summer palace was housed.
Water Falls Lakkom : The water at Lakkom Water Falls is approximately 35 km from Munnar on the road to Udumalaipettai. The waterfall is part of the Eravikulam stream, which is part of the National Park of Eravikulam. One of the main tributaries of the Pamper river is this stream. For swimming, the pool underneath the waterfall is perfect. Move on a narrow winding path through the thick tea plantation and experience this silky white wonder of nature. You can also see your toe twiddling on the rocks in the transparent water of the pool below. From afar, the water takes a dive from a dense green forest and the sight of this small but charming waterfall is spellbinding. A little away from the drops, there is a small shop that serves mouth-watering Kerala food, such as fish, rice, sambhar, etc.
Waterfalls from Valanjanganam : Kuttikkanam, Idukki district, is one of the popular tourist destinations in Kerala. This waterfall can be seen by those who go to Velankani, Palani, Munnar, Thekkady, Vagamon, and Parumthumpara as it is located on their path. Also referred to as Ninnumullippara are the Valanjanganam waterfalls, and as it comes on their path, travelers to Velankani, Palani, Munnar, Thekkady, Vagamon, Parumthumpara will pass by these falls. The waterfalls are truly beautiful, and from all the froth forming from the drops, they are fairly milky. The waterfalls go under the road and on the other hand, proceed as a drain. The police let us know that someone recently fell into the waterfalls and died while taking a selfie, so it is strictly forbidden to go near the falls, and it is only appropriate to enjoy them from the roadside. Standing on the side of the lane, you feel the mist floating from the waterfalls in the air, and it's a very beautiful view. In the movie "Baahubali-The Beginning" of these waterfalls, I was reminded of the beautiful waterfalls.
A soul-captivating view is provided by the perspective at Panchalimedu that will leave you mesmerized. This place also has a legendary value, as legend says that Panchalimedu acted as a hiding place from the great epic Mahabharata for the Pandavas and their wife Panchali. A pond named after Panchali, called Panchalikkulam, can also be found there. You can see from this pond the Makarajyoti or the holy flame lit during the pilgrimage season in Sabarimala.
Morning pick up from Madurai.
On the way Breakfast.
On the way visit Veerapandi Gowmariamman Temple and River.
Then proceed towards Thekkady on the way visit on time shall visit Penniquick Memorial Hall.
At evening, we can see Kerala cultural art forms such as kathakali and Kalari.
Overnight stay @ Hotel – Thekkady.
After Breakfast and then check out from the hotel.
After fresh up and experiencing an excellent boating in Thekkady Lake.
Then Proceed to visit Elephant Ride, Spice Garden ,etc..,
Then proceed towards Kuttikkanam.
On the way visit Parunthumpara Hill View Point.
Overnight stay @ Hotel – Kuttikkanam.
After Breakfast and then check out from the hotel.
Then proceed to visit Kuttikkanam Sightseeing places such as Valanjamkanam Water Falls, Ammachi Kottaram, Mottakunnu Hill View Point Kuttikkanam.
After towards Madammakulam waterfalls.
Then proceed towards Madurai.
Finally drop @ Madurai.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *