Journey along the Arabian sea-coast
| Backwater Tours in Kerala with Mumbai & Goa |
9 Nights & 10 DaysDestinations : Mumbai – Goa – Kochi – Alleppey – Kovalam – Trivandrum - Mumbai
‘Journey along the Arabian Sea coast’ takes you on an enchanting experience and is one of the best tour packages for Mumbai, Goa and Kerala. Besides the beaches, its highlight is the backwaters tour in Kerala, where you can experience an overnight houseboat in the small town of Alleppey. A Mumbai and Goa tour package with Kerala is the best means to unwind on a leisurely holiday. The backwaters in Kerala provides an opportunity to better understand the local lifestyle as one watches the village and activities from the deck of their houseboat. Fresh catch of sea-food or even fresh vegetables ensure a delectable meal that is prepared on the houseboat itself.
- Experience an Ayurvedic relaxing spa
- Spend a night at the luxury houseboat with sumptuous local cuisine meals, giving options of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals.
- One may opt for a candle light dinner on the romantic beaches of Goa.
- Witness a Kathakali dance presentation which is a very popular local traditional art forms
- A yacht cruise or a picnic to an island can also be arranged..
- A sunset Champagne cruise is yet another way to charm your partner.
Program SummaryYour Mumbai and Goa tour package with Kerala begins and ends with Mumbai. After spending the first two days in Mumbai, you will fly to Goa for the next 2 days, followed by a flight to Kochi on the fifth day to begin your Kerala tour. Enjoy a backwaters tour in Kerala on an overnight houseboat, post which you will drive to Kovalam for the next two nights. As your luxurious Mumbai and Goa tour package with Kerala comes to an end, you will be transferred to the nearest airport from Kovalam, which is in the city of Trivandrum. From Trivandrum, you can board your flight back to Mumbai for your onward connection.
ExclusionsReturn international airfare | Travel insurance | Personal expenses like camera charges telephone calls, portage, excess luggage, laundry charges & all other items of personal nature | Food & drinks not forming part of itinerary | Christmas and New Year Gala dinner supplements | Any festive supplements charged by hotels during festivals | Any other item which is not included in tour land price includes section.
This Mumbai and Goa tour package with Kerala can be enjoyed to its fullest during the dry months of November to February. The coastal belt gets very hot in summers between April to June and monsoons are not really ideal to experience the beach without restrictions or even the backwater tour of Kerala. Most beaches do not allow swimming in the Monsoon months of June to September as the water levels are dangerous and seas are not swimmable. Beginning of March can also be considered for traveling but October is like the second summers in Mumbai and gets hot and humid, so best avoided.