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Written by Kajani Shivam on November 14, 2022 Share on

7 Nights 8 Days Kerala Tour Plan – Escape To Kerala With This Awesome Itinerary!


What not in Kerala? This beautiful destination has got everything! From spellbinding hill stations to stunning beaches, from tea gardens to traditional dances, from houseboats to amusement parks, from thrilling adventure activities to temples, Kerala has got everything. There is no wonder that Kerala is one of the famous destinations in India. Also, how about planning a vacation to Kerala? Interested? Well, then you are going to love this 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan. In addition, this 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan can be really exciting as you will be covering most of the famous places in Kerala. Also, get ready to soak in the beauty of God’s own country.

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7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan

This Kerala tour plan is one of the best plans you will find. Interestingly, this plan covers Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey and Kovalam. Isn’t that an amazing list of places to visit on your 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan? It is, right? Also, this is one of the best tour plans for families. The tour starts from Cochin which is followed by sightseeing in Munnar. Also, you will get to explore the wildlife sanctuary in Thekkady and get ready to stay at a houseboat in the backwaters of Alleppey.

Once you are done enjoying the backwaters in Alleppey, the coastal paradise welcomes you to enjoy the beautiful beaches and temples. After visiting Kovalam, you will be heading to Trivandrum to end your beautiful 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan. That was an amazing tour plan to Kerala, right? Also, have a read and find out everything you need to know about this tour plan.

Also Read: Kerala in South India


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Day-wise itinerary for 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan

  • Day 1 – Arrive at Cochin and continue with sightseeing
  • Day 2 – Transfer from Cochin to the mesmerizing Munnar
  • Day 3 – Sightseeing in Munnar
  • Day 4 – Transfer to Thekkady to enjoy nature
  • Day 5 – Transfer to Alleppey and witness the real beauty of Kerala
  • Day 6 – Transfer to Kovalam
  • Day 7 – Enjoy the coastal world in Kovalam
  • Day 8 – Depart from Trivandrum

1. Day 1 – Arrive at Cochin and continue with sightseeing

A click in Cochin
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Your 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan starts from Cochin with a warm welcome. After all the procedures, you can take a cab from the airport and check into your hotel. Once you are done with refreshing, make sure you fill your stomach with the traditional breakfast. Also, get ready to explore the beautiful Cochin. You can hire a cab and explore Cochin. Some of the best places in Cochin are Mattancherry Palace, St. Francis Church, Fort Cochin, Cherai Beach, Cochin marine drive and many more. You can end your day by having the mouthwatering dinner at your hotel. Also, make sure you have enough rest to start your day-2 with a bang!


Cochin is loved for its unique culture. So, make sure you get to experience the culture of Cochin by witnessing a Kathakali performance.

Also Read: Top things to do in Cochin

2. Day 2 – Transfer from Cochin to the mesmerizing Munnar

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After a beautiful day 1 in Cochin, Day 2 welcomes you to the chill moments. Have your breakfast and drive to the lush green hills & valleys of Munnar. Complete your check-in formalities and relax for a while. Don’t be in a hurry as you have Day 3 also in Munnar. So, make sure you rest for a while and enjoy the ambience of the hotel. You can enjoy your time in Munnar by visiting the flower garden and tea plantation areas. You can also walk through the roads and admire the beauty of Munnar. End up the second day by enjoying an overnight stay at the hotel.


Taste the famous tea which is available in Munnar. I am sure the hot tea will rejuvenate your soul.

Also Read: Cochin to Munnar

3. Day 3 – Sightseeing in Munnar

Beautiful scenery in Munnar
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Your Day 3 is to completely enjoy Munnar. After having your yummy breakfast, begin your day with sightseeing. In addition, you can cover places such as Eravikulam National Park, boating in Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, and Kundala Lake.


Never miss experiencing the Jeep Safari to Kolukkumalai for a thrilling experience.

Also Read: Top 7 things to do in Munnar

4. Day 4 – Transfer to Thekkady to enjoy nature

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Interestingly, the 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan takes you to Thekkady on your Day 4. You can have your breakfast and start moving to Thekkady. The spellbinding hills and valleys will make you feel as if you have transferred to a new world. Once you have landed, check into your hotel and continue your day by visiting the Periyar National Park with the Periyar Lake, Thekkady rose park and many more. You can end the day by relaxing overnight at the hotel.


Visit the elephant camp and enjoy playing with baby elephants.

Also Read: Munnar to Thekkady


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5. Day 5 – Transfer to Alleppey and witness the real beauty of Kerala

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You will be spending your Day 5 in Alleppey. Sounds cool, right? Post breakfast, check out from your hotel and move towards Alleppey for a fantastic day. In addition, you can check into the houseboat upon your arrival in Alleppey. Have the best experience by enjoying a day in the houseboat. Also, you will find a variety of meals and modern amenities in the houseboat. In addition, try the fish fry which is the best part of lunch. Also, the day ends with an overnight stay in the houseboat.


Also, make sure you wake up on time to experience the stunning sunrise for a lovely start.

Also Read: Houseboats in Alleppey

6. Day 6 – Transfer to Kovalam

Lighthouse Beach in Kovalam
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7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan takes you to Kovalam on your Day 6. You can proceed to Kovalam via Kollam and Trivandrum. The coastal paradise will welcome you with a lovely breeze on your face. As you are nearing to the end of your Kerala tour plan, it’s time for some shopping. Kovalam has some of the amazing places to shop. So, make sure you make the best of this place on your Day 6. Also, you can end the day by an overnight stay in Kovalam.


You can head to the ayurvedic centre and enjoy a refreshing spa.

Also Read: 21 places to visit in Kovalam

7. Day 7 – Enjoy the coastal world in Kovalam

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Day 7 is to completely enjoy in Kovalam. After having your breakfast, get ready and explore the lovely places in Kovalam. Also, some of the must-visit places are Samudra Beach, Lighthouse Beach, Poovar Beach and Vizhinjam Beach. In addition, Kovalam is also loved for its temples. So, make sure you spend some time and visit the temples too.


Visit the German bakery which is located on the Lighthouse beach for lip-smacking dishes. Imagine tasting the best dishes and enjoying a lovely beach view. Cool, huh?

Also Read: Romantic beaches in Kerala

Day 8 – Depart from Trivandrum

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Well, I know you won’t be liking this part in your itinerary being the last day of your 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan. Kerala is a wonder in India and will make every traveller come back again. But for now, it’s time to bid adieu to this beautiful state. You will end your tour in Trivandrum by starting your onward journey back home.


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That was an amazing 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour plan, right? Well, why not choose this travel plan and start your vacation to Kerala? Get ready for a lovely vacation! Also, reach Pickyourtrail website and check out the travel packages to Kerala.

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