Discover Kerala – Cochin, Backwaters, and Beaches 31 July – 11 August 2020

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2 nights in Cochin

1 night on the best Houseboat drifting over the quiet Backwaters

2 nights Kumarakom

2 nights Kovalam

2 nights Mararikulam

2 nights Mumbai – cause Girls just have to shop, as well as have spa treatments!

11 magical days to leave you with life time memories and travel stories

11 nights twin sharing, small  exclusive group, 


Time to #relax, #refresh, #renew, #regroup, #regrow, and #relook at our selves. for further information and booking form.

 luxury luxury accommodation – guaranteed!

 and plenty of time for those beauty treatments 

t includes Cochin, called the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi was an important spice trading centre on the west coast of India from the 14th century onward, and maintained a trade network with Arab merchants from the pre-Islamic era. Occupied by the Portuguese in 1503, Kochi was the first of the European colonies in colonial India.  It remained the main seat of Portuguese until 1530, when Goa was chosen instead. The city was later occupied by the Dutch, and the British, with the Kingdom of Cochin  becoming a  princely state.

Kochi ranks first in the total number of international and domestic tourist arrivals in Kerala. The city was ranked the sixth best tourist destination in India according to a survey on behalf of the Outlook Traveller Magazine. 

After two nights in Cochin, very quaint, we climb on board our Kettuvallam – our houseboats, converted from traditional rice barges. We cruise some of the network of waterways, and enjoy quiet canals, relaxing river life, while having the comforts – air conditioning, kitchen, balcony, private bathrooms, with hot showers.

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Next we discover Kumarakom

Kumarakom slumbers on the banks of the famous Vembanad Lake, which is a part of Kuttanad (‘granary’ of Kerala). The Vembanad Lake with its majestic canals, streams and distributaries along its banks weave an intricate and enchantingly beautiful web. The water ways of Kuttanad is now a big attraction for tourist

next.. its time to #relax, #renew, #refresh, and #recover

Your wellness haven in Kerala – The home of Ayurveda

Featured in Forbes, “5 Top Wellness Retreats for Ultimate Renewal

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early birds discount applies..