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Monsoon Tour

Kochi | Alleppy | valpara | Athirapalli


Kochi "The Queen of Arabian Sea”.

Steal this 6 Days in Kerala Itinerary for A Perfect  Mansoon Trip!

One of the psychological effects we’re most aware of when we’re by the sea, lakes, or waterfalls is a feeling of awe. There’s just something about the beauty and vastness of a natural scene that has a profound impact on the way we feel. Science has even found that such feelings can lead to prosocial behavior like altruism, loving kindness, and magnanimity.

Bolgatty Palace and Island Resort - a well-preserved legacy

Amid the picturesque island of Bolgatty lies the stunning Bolgatty Palace, an exclusive mansion that enchants visitors with its four palatial rooms. Each room is designed to provide travelers with world-class amenities and exceptional holidaying options, ensuring a stay that blends luxury with historical charm. Originally built by Dutch traders in 1744, Bolgatty Palace holds the distinction of being the oldest of its kind outside Holland, making it a significant historical landmark. The palace, surrounded by lush greenery and serene waters, offers a perfect retreat for those seeking tranquility and elegance. Guests can indulge in a variety of activities, from leisurely walks in the beautifully landscaped gardens to exploring the rich cultural heritage of the region. Christone Holidays enhances this experience by offering tailored holiday packages that include guided tours, exclusive access to local attractions, and personalized services to ensure a memorable stay. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a nature lover, or simply looking for a luxurious getaway, Bolgatty Palace with Christone Holidays provides an unparalleled experience that captures the essence of Kerala’s rich history and natural beauty.



Dinner cruise

Experience sunset at Arabian Sea with luxury cruise

Kerala is timeless natural beauty that combines breathtaking panoramas of forests, lakes & valleys with rich, diverse wildlife and lush green tea estates. Travel to the paradise of South India and revel in the picture perfect landscapes & backwaters of 'God's Own Country'


kumbalangi Day

The view of dark clouds brewing the sky and reflected in the placid water is a unique sight. Heavy rains in the area attract monsoon lovers.

Plodding through the water lodged moor is as adventurous as trekking. If you love to see a good storm, you can visit the place during Mansoon 


Half day tour to Fortkochi

Waves, Sun & Smiles...Fort Kochi Is a Place With Unmatchable Vibes!
Filled with ancient buildings, built by a combination of the Dutch, British, and Portuguese (who at various points in history had control of the city), this is the place where past meets present, the place which has a heartbeat of its own!


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House Boat at Alleppy

Alleppy... Kumarakom & kuttanad

The ‘Backwater Capital of India’, Alleppey should be called as the ‘Backwater Paradise in God’s Own Country’!

.Fondly called the ‘Venetian Capital of Kerala’ or the ‘Venice of the East’, this picturesque city is known for its enchanting backwaters, scenic beauty, azure lagoons, evergreen coconut groves, intricate network of canals, and other natural bounties. Whether you are a nature lover, searching for romantic destinations, planning for a family or a solo trip, Alleppey in Kerala can be your next destination!



According to scientific studies, negative ions increase the flow of oxygen to the brain which improves mood and reduces stress and anxiety. The sound of running water also aids in diminishing depression, increased mental clarity, greater emotional stability and an overall sense of well-being.

Water sounds have long been used in meditation to create a soothing atmosphere for our minds. Science suggests that the sound of running water can affect the rhythm of the neuronal “waves” in our brain, encouraging a more peaceful pace of thought.

Athirappilly Falls is known for its picturesque vistas; its formation resembles the popular Naigara Falls in the USA. So, Athirappilly Waterfalls is fondly called as "The Naigara of India". It is also the largest waterfalls in Kerala.



Monsoon Drive In The Rain To Valparai

Valpara (The Seventh Heaven)




Visiting Kochi during the monsoons has its own charm and appeal! It is during this period of the year that the entire port city gets blanketed by Mother Nature’s green colour and showcases an entirely different facet of Kochi!

DAY 01 - Arrival at Kochi,You will be welcomed by our executive at the airport/ railway station. After checking in and freshening up in the hotel have your lunch and relax 3,30, proceed for a sunset dinner cruse.
Day 02  - After breakfast proceed to Kumbalangi for a half day trip to explore the nature,After lunch proceed towards Fort kochi ( The once a hub of the spice traders from various corners of the globe, Fort Kochi is among the most spectacular place to visit in Cochin. Steeped with history or the livelier reminiscent of the past, a walk around this vicinity along with the prismatic views of the Chinese fishing nets is a must experience for you) evening 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm: Watch an enthralling Kathakali Performance at Kerala Kathakali Centre ( Kathakali is an icon for Kerala. The Kathakali dancers have a typical look which is very catchy and recognizable. Extremely colorful and bright clothes & makeup are worn by the dancers.Their costumes and headgear's are elaborate. Their entire look is very appealing and memorable. Kathakali dance form is famous for typical eyes expressions & hand movements) after proceed to the hotel have a dinner.


Day - 03 check out and proceed to The ‘Backwater Capital of India’, Alleppey

Check - in the house boat and proceed your journey to experience the enchanting backwaters scenic beauty ( lunch and dinner at house boat) 


Day - 04 check out and proceed to The picturesque vistas- Athirappilly falls,Chek-in and enjoy your rest of the day in and around the resort to enjoy the falls 

Day - 05 Monsoon Drive In The Rain To Valparai

Day - 06 Check- out and proceed to your home destination ...Thank you ...


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