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Golden Chariot

The Golden Chariot

The Golden Chariot : The Train

THE GOLDEN CHARIOT named after the famous Stone Chariot in Hampi, a world heritage site, in Southern India will travel through timeless historical heritage sites, resplendent palaces, wildlife and golden beaches.

It's 7 Nights / 8 Days colorful journey begins every Monday from Bangalore and traverses through The Nagarhole National Park (Kabini), Mysore, visiting Srirangapatna, Mysore Palace, and continuing to the historical sites of Shravanabelagola, Belur & Halebidu - the 11th century cradle of Hoysala architecture, and a world heritage site Hampi and thereafter entering into heritage sites of Badami & Pattadakal and finally the Golden Beaches of Goa before ending in Bangalore.

Cabin Coaches

From The Palace to your Chamber
Your chambers are steeped in history. Chambers in which, you will retire under a sky of craftsmanship that narrate timeless tales. Sink into a bed of royalty, reminiscent of the Mysore Maharajas, admire the intricate carvings on the ceiling, the wall panels and furniture inspired by Mysore and Hoysala architecture.

Each Coach of the "The Golden Chariot" has been named after the dynasties that ruled Karnataka - Kadamba, Hoysala, Rastrakota, Ganga, Chalukya, Bhahamani, Adhilshahi, Sangama, Shathavashna, Yudukula and Vijayanagar.

  • Fully air-conditioned cabins.
  • 26 twin beds, 17 double bed cabins and 1 cabin for the physically challenged.
  • Vanity / Writing desk.
  • Every cabin is equipped with LCD television, DVD with 6 satellite channels, wardrobe, vanity/writing desk and private bathroom with luxurious amenities and accessories.

Restaurants

Nala and Ruchi - Two Restaurants A Culinary tour of fine taste.
Nala named after a king and legendary chef from the times of the Mahabharata. Ruchi, a name that means fine taste in Sanskrit. The two restaurants serve a spread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian culinary delights.

  • Interiors inspired by the timeless aesthetics of Hampi and Halebid.
  • 4-seater and 2-seater dining cabins with comfortable sofas and chairs.

The Lounge Bar

Madira - The Lounge Bar Spirit for your soul.
Timeless like the spirits we serve, Madira, the mythical drink of the gods in the lounge bar aboard The Golden Chariot. Pour yourself fine spirits as you unravel your soul, as you watch performances of local artisans. Celebrate the journey into timelessness as lilting music uplifts you.

  • Relaxing and elegant seating at bar.
  • Plush and royal interiors modeled after the Mysore Palace.

Gym Coach

Experience Eternity- Attain Nirvana.
Spa and Gym on The Golden Chariot, discover age old traditions and cures to modern day stress.

  • Two massage rooms for an out of this world rejuvenation experience.
  • For those who prefer a local flavour - Ayurveda massages are provided.
  • Fully equipped gymnasium.

Itinerary

Tour : Pride of The South

Duration : 7 Nights/8 Days

Destinations : Bangalore - Kabini/Bandipur - Mysore - Hassan - Hospet - Badami - Goa - Bangalore


Tour : Southern Splendour

Duration : 7 Nights/8 Days

Destinations : Bangalore - Chennai - Puducherry - Tanjavur - Madurai - Thiruvananthpuram - Alleppey - Kochi

Pride of The South - Itinerary

The Golden Chariot Train Tour starts on every Monday of the week from Bangalore and ends in Bangalore on every Monday morning respectively. The land once ridden by formidable armies is now traversed by the world's most unique railway - The Golden Chariot beckons you to discover worlds that are enriched with history and culture. Recline and relax as the magnificent scenery unfolds outside your window with luxury on the inside, thus far reserved for royalty.

We present the Golden Chariot - a fine balance between a glorious yesterday and an omnipresent tomorrow in a magical land... that is Karnataka.

  • Day
    1
    Bangalore, Monday

    1600 hrs : Self report and Registration at Taj West End

    1630 hrs : Nature walk in the heritage gardens of the Taj

    1730 hrs : Hi-Tea

    1800 hrs : Presentation and Orientation on The Golden Chariot tour

    1830 hrs : Cultural dance

    1900 hrs : Depart to Yeshwanthpur Railway Station to board The Golden Chariot

    2015 hrs : Traditional welcome at Yeshwanthpur railway station and board The Golden Chariot

    2100 hrs : Train departs to Mysore

  • Day
    2
    Tuesday, Mysore & Kabini
    Mysore Palace

    Mysore Palace, Mysore

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board

    1000 hrs : Visit the famous Amba Vilas Mysore Palace

    1130 hrs : Depart for Kabini in coach

    1330 hrs : Reach Kabini jungle lodges resort
    Lunch at the resort

    1530 hrs : Tea / Coffee

    1600 hrs : Jungle Safari

    1940 hrs : Screening of wildlife film

    2030 hrs : Dinner and stay overnight at jungle lodges resort

  • Day
    3
    Wednesday, Kabini & Mysore

    0530 hrs : Wake up Call

    0630 hrs : Boat ride for bird safari on Kabini river

    0800 hrs : Breakfast at the Jungle Lodges Resort

    0930 hrs : Depart for Mysore in coach

    1130 hrs : Back on board The Golden Chariot

    1300 hrs : Lunch on board

    1500 hrs : Srirangapatanam sightseeing – Dariya Daulat, Tipu mausoleum and drive through the fort

    1800 hrs : Shopping at CIE

    1900 hrs : Cultural dance and dinner at partner hotel

    2200 hrs : Back on board The Golden Chariot

  • Day
    4
    Thursday, Hassan

    Halebidu Temple

    Hoysaleshwara Temple, Halebidu

    0500 hrs : Depart from Mysore to Hassan

    0730 hrs : Breakfast on board

    0900 hrs : Depart for sightseeing to Shravanabelagola
    (Please note that you would have to climb close to 700 steps to experience the architectural marvel. Only those who can undertake this are advised to do so. Guests unwilling to climb can stay back on board The Golden Chariot)

    1300 hrs : Back on board The Golden Chariot followed by lunch

    1500 hrs : Depart for Belur and Halebidu to visit the magnificent temple complexes

    1915 hrs : Back on board The Golden Chariot

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board and depart to Hospet by 2040 hrs

  • Day
    5
    Friday, Hosapet & Hampi
    Virupaksha Temple

    Virupaksha Temple, Hampi

    0600 hrs : Arrive at Hosapet

    0700 hrs : Breakfast on board

    0830 hrs : Depart for sightseeing to Hampi: Hema kuta hill, Virupaksha temple, Queens Bath, Elephant stables, Royal enclosure, Hazara Rama Temple

    1300 hrs : Back on board The Golden Chariot followed by lunch

    1530 hrs : Visit to the Vijaya Vittala temple complex and the marvel stone chariot

    1630 hrs : Site visit of the famous Vijaya Vittala Temple complex

    1900 hrs : Back at the Hosapet railway station

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board The Golden Chariot

  • Day
    6
    Saturday, Badami

    0400 hrs : Depart from Hosapet to Badami

    0730 hrs : Breakfast on board

    0830 hrs : Arrive at Badami

    0900 hrs : Depart for sightseeing: Pattadakkal and Badami cave temples

    1320 hrs : Return to The Golden Chariot

    1330 hrs : Lunch on board and depart for Goa
    Free time to relax and enjoy the facilities on board - Spa, Gym, Movies, etc

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board The Golden Chariot. Reach Goa past midnight

  • Day
    7
    Sunday, Goa
    Goa Beach

    Goa Beach

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    1000 hrs : Depart for sightseeing

    1100 hrs : Visit the famous churches of old Goa

    0015 hrs : Visit old Portuguese house now an emporium for shopping and refreshments

    1400 hrs : Lunch at the luxury resort in Goa followed by beach stroll and Hi-Tea

    1600 hrs : Depart from the resort

    1800 hrs : Return to Vasco railway station and board The Golden Chariot

    1910 hrs : Depart for Bangalore

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board The Golden Chariot

  • Day
    8
    Monday, Bangalore

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    1130 hrs : Reach Yeshwanthpur Railway Station and Farewell by the entire crew

  • Note : Itenary, Destination & Scheduled time are liable to change without prior notice due to unforeseen circumstances.


Southern Splendour - Itinerary

The journey begins at Bangalore and takes you to the historical Temple cities of Mamallapuram, Kanchipuram, Tiruchirapalli, Thanjavur and Madurai. The beaches of Kovalam await and you with their sandy shores. You will glide by boat trough the palm fringed and silent canals of the Backwaters to Kochi, the lively port city on the Arabian sea. You will experience history and finally reach back to its starting point at Bangalore.

  • Day
    1
    Bangalore - (Monday)

    1600 hrs : Self report and Registration at Taj West End

    1630 hrs : Nature walk in the heritage gardens of the Taj

    1730 hrs : Hi-Tea

    1800 hrs : Presentation and Orientation on The Golden Chariot tour

    1830 hrs : Cultural dance

    1930 hrs : Depart to Yeshwantpur railway station

    2015 hrs : Traditional Welcome at Yeshwantpur railway station and board The Golden Chariot

    2245 hrs : Train departs to Chennai

  • Day
    2
    Tuesday, Chennai & Mahabalipuram
    Shore Temple

    Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    0945 hrs : Arrive at Chennai Egmore railway station

    1000 hrs : Depart to Mahabalipuram by coach

    1130 hrs : Visit the famous St. Thome Church

    1300 hrs : Lunch at luxury resort in Mahabalipuram

    1430 hrs : Sightseeing of Krishna's butter ball, Monolithic Ganesha temple, Arjuna's penance area, Five Ratha's temple and Shiva Shore Temple

    1730 hrs : Drive to Pondicherry railway station by coach

    1930 hrs : Arrive at Pondicherry to board The Golden Chariot and refresh

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board The Golden Chariot. Train stable at Pondicherry railway station

  • Day
    3
    Wednesday, Puducherry

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    1000 hrs : Depart for sightseeing of Auroville – Ashram and Matri mandir

    1300 hrs : Lunch at a luxury partner hotel in Pondicherry

    1430 hrs : Return to the station to board The Golden Chariot and rest for while

    1630 hrs : A visit to the Aurobindo ashram in the French town, Ganesha temple, shopping and stroll on the pristine Promenade beach

    1830 hrs : Return to the Pondicherry railway station to board The Golden Chariot and refresh

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board

    2245 hrs : Depart to Tanjavur

  • Day
    4
    Thursday, Tanjavur & Trichy
    Brihadeeswarar Temple

    Brihadeeswarar Temple, Tanjavur

    0730 hrs : Arrive at Tanjavur railway station

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    1000 hrs : Visit to Brihadeeswarar Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

    1130 hrs : Visit to the famous Serfoji Museum

    0015 hrs : Shopping at CIE

    1330 hrs : Lunch at a riverside luxury resort

    1500 hrs : Drive to Trichy by coach

    1700 hrs : Visit Sri Rangam temple in Trichy – India's largest temple complex dedicated to Lord Vishnu

    1900 hrs : Return to Trichy railway station to board The Golden Chariot and refresh

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board

    0200 hrs : Depart to Madurai

  • Day
    5
    Friday, Madurai

    0515 hrs : Arrive at Madurai railway station

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    1000 hrs : Visit the famous Meenakshi Amman Temple

    1300 hrs : Lunch on board The Golden Chariot

    1800 hrs : Visit the Tirumalai Nayakar palace for sound & light show

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board The Golden Chariot

    2230 hrs : Depart to Nagercoil

  • Day
    6
    Padmanabhapuram Palace

    Padmanabhapuram Palace, Kanyakumari

    Saturday, Kanya kumari & Kovalam

    0400 hrs : Arrive at Nagercoil Railway Station

    0515 hrs : Depart to Kanya kumari by coach

    0730 hrs : Return back to The Golden Chariot for breakfast after viewing sunrise

    0930 hrs : Depart to visit the Padmanabhapura wooden palace

    1300 hrs : Return back to The Golden Chariot for lunch on board

    1400 hrs : Depart to Kocchiveli

    1600 hrs : Arrive at Kocchiveli Railway Station

    1630 hrs : Drive to Kovalam beach by coach to view sunset and stroll by the beach (Tea/Coffee, biscuits served by the beach)

    1930 hrs : Cultural performance followed by dinner at a 5 star luxury resort, Kovalam

    2200 hrs : Back on board The Golden Chariot.

  • Day
    7
    Sunday, Allepey
    Kerala Houseboat

    Houseboat, Allepey

    0430 hrs : Depart to Allepey

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    0930 hrs : Arrive at Allepey railway station

    1000 hrs : Depart for Houseboat cruise on the Vembanad backwaters with Lunch on houseboat

    1500 hrs : Depart to Kochi by road

    1600 hrs : Visit the Chinese Fishing nets and a walk around the Jew town for shopping

    1830 hrs : Return to Ernakulum railway station to board The Golden Chariot

    1910 hrs : Depart to Bangalore

    2000 hrs : Dinner on board The Golden Chariot

  • Day
    8
    Monday, Bangalore

    0800 hrs : Breakfast on board The Golden Chariot

    1100 hrs : Arrive at Yeshwantpur railway station and farewell by the entire crew

  • Note : Itenary, Destination & Scheduled Time are liable to change without prior notice due to unforeseen circumstances

Tariff

Golden Chariot - Pride of South

Season 2018-19
(For '01 Oct' 2018 - 31 Mar' 2019) In INR
(Except 24 Dec'2018)
Rack Rate 7 Nights
Half Twin Share INR 315000
Single INR 385000
Triple INR 210000
For '24 Dec' 2018 Rack Rate 7 Nights
Half Twin Share INR 346500
Single INR 423500
Triple INR 231000

Golden Chariot - Southern Splendour

Season 2018-19
(For '01 Oct' 2018 - 31 Mar' 2019) In INR
(Except 31 Dec 2018)
Rack Rate 7 Nights
Half Twin Share INR 329000
Single INR 434000
Triple INR 280000
For '31 Dec' 2018 Rack Rate 7 Nights
Half Twin Share INR 361900
Single INR 477400
Triple INR 308000
  • 5% GST applicable on above rates.
  • Tariff is inclusive of accommodation on board The Golden Chariot and other resorts / Travel / all meals / conducted sightseeing tours / entrance fees at monuments / parks/ palaces and cultural programs.
  • Cost is Nett & Non-Commissionable

EXLUSIONS :

  • Drinks, tips, laundry, telephone calls, video camera fees, spa, business car facilities, liquor and other items of personal nature.

Payment Terms :

  • 20% of Rack Rate (Ticket Value) at the Time of Booking & Balance payment 60 days prior to departure.

Cancellation Fees :

  • 5% of the ticket value shall be deducted if cancellation is made 60 days prior to departure.
  • 20% of the ticket value shall be deducted if cancellation is made between 59-30 days prior to departure.
  • 50% of the ticket value shall be deducted if cancellation is made between 29-15 days prior to departure.
  • 100% of the ticket value shall be deducted if the cancellation is made 14 days prior to departure.
  • GST tax levied will not be refunded in all the cases.

Destinations


Pride of The South - Destination

Bangalore - A World of Opportunity

Bangalore the capital of Karnataka is known as the Garden City because of its salubrious climate and greenery. Perched 3,250 feet above sea level, temperatures seldom exceed 30oC (88oF).

Founded by Kempegowda, a powerful chieftain, the city is unique with its rich cultural heritage that coexists with its modern day technological and industrial achievements. Today Bangalore is popularly known as India's Silicon Valley.

Many food outlets across the city offer a range of South Indian delights that are unique to the region. In addition, the city also has on offer international cuisines such as Mediterranean, Thai, Italian, Mexican and Japanese, to name a few that would make every traveler feel at home.

Mysore - A World of Royalty

Mysore is a city known for its resplendent palaces and majestic buildings.

A visit to the city conjures up visions of the glory, still evident of the illustrious Wodeyar Kings. This former state capital still retains its tradition in music and dance, art and literature and its time-honoured crafts. A 141 kms from Bangalore, the city enchants you with its quaint charm, verdant gardens, tree-lined boulevards and its sacred temples. Mysore, once the state capital, today is a vibrant city teeming with tourists and visitors. It is known the world over for its exotic sandalwood and rich silks. Many culinary delights await those inclined to sample the regional cuisine. The Mysore Pak makes for a pleasant sweet dish to end the experience with.

Srirangapatna :The island fortress of the legendary warrior king Tipu Sultan is just 14 km from Mysore city. Inside the fortress is Tipu's mosque with its twin minarets, the Wellesley Bridge and the dungeons where British officers were once imprisoned.

Mysore Palace : Built in Indo-Saracenic style with domes, turrets, arches and colonnades, the Palace is a treasure house of exquisite carvings and works of art from all over the world. The magnificent jewel -studded golden throne of the Wodeyars is displayed here during the Dasara festival.

Brindavan Gardens : Located at the Krishna Raja Sagar Dam, Brindavan Gardens is one of the best gardens in South India. Spread over 150 acres, Brindavan Gardens has since the 1960s provided the backdrop for many Indian films.

Kabini - A World of Wildlife

Rajiv Gandhi National Park, Nagarhole (Kabini), the hunting retreat of the Mysore Maharajas, is definitely the perfect destination for wildlife lovers in South India.

The excitement starts with a safari into the heart of the park, where you are sure to spot wild animals in their natural habitat. Some of the popular sightings are elephant, gaur, sambar, chital, wild boar and the more elusive predators like tiger and leopard. A bird watcher's paradise, the park is home to over 300 species of birds, many of which are endemic to these jungles.

Belur - A World of Worship

Belur in Hassan district (220 kms from Bangalore and 38 kms from Hassan) is famous for its magnificent Hoysala Temple Complex.

The Chennakesava Temple here is the major attraction, built by Hoysala Vishnuvardhana, to commemorate his victory over the Cholas. The facade of the temple is filled with intricate sculptures with no portion left blank. It is the only Hoysala Temple still in active worship.

Halebidu in Hassan district is 27 kms away from Hassan and was the capital of the Hoysalas. It has one of the finest Hoysala temples. The Hoysaleswara Temple, perched on a star-shaped base amidst lawns, is a sculptural extravaganza. Its walls are richly carved with an endless variety of Hindu deities, sages, stylized animals, birds and friezes depicting the life of the Hoysala Kings.

Shravanabelagola, 52km from Hassan, is an important Jain pilgrim centre. It is home to Asia's largest monolithic statue Lord Gomateswara here towers 58 ft., looming atop the picturesque Vindhyagiri Hill. Every 12 years, Jain pilgrims gather here to participate in a splendid head-anointing ceremony.

Hampi - A World Heritage Site

If dreams were made out of stone, it would be Hampi. Hampi has been classified as a World Heritage Center and is one of the major tourist destinations in India. Hampi, the seat of the famed Vijayanagara empire was the capital of the largest empire in post-mogul India, covering several states. The Vijayanagara empire stretched over at least three states -Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh. The destruction of Vijayanagar by marauding Mogul invaders was sudden, shocking and absolute.

Although in ruins today, this capital city once boasted riches known far beyond the shores of India. The ruins of Hampi of the 14th Century lies scattered in about 26 sq. km area, amidst giant boulders and vegetation.

Protected by the tempestuous river Tungabhadra in the north and rocky granite ridges on the other three sides, the ruins silently narrate the story of grandeur splendor and fabulous wealth.

The splendid remains of palaces and gateways of the broken city tells a tale of man's infinite talent and power of creativity together with his capacity for senseless destruction. A visit to Hampi is a sojourn into the past. Most of the important structures and ruins are located in two areas, which are generally referred to as the Royal Centre and the Sacred Centre.

Badami - A World Heritage Site

Badami is picturesquely situated at the mouth of a ravine between two rocky hills. The exquisite sculptures and the rust red sandstone cliffs of Badami tell many a tale of yore. The first sculptural embellishment to dazzle the eye is the 18 armed Nataraja striking 81 dance poses. Pattadakal, with its beautifully chiseled temples is a World Heritage Site located on the banks of the Malaprabha River. It bears testimony to the richness of the Chalukyan architecture. Pattadakal reached its pinnacle of glory under the Chalukyan Kings and was once used as a ceremonial center where kings were crowned.

Aihole is acclaimed as the "Cradle of Hindu Temple Architecture". Aihole has over a hundred temples scattered around the village. The most impressive one is the Durga Temple with its semi-circular apse, elevated plinth and the gallery encircling the sanctum.

The oldest temple here is the Lad Khan temple dating back to the 5th Century. The Hutchimalli Temple out in the village - has a sculpture of Vishnu sitting atop a large cobra. The Revalphadi Cave - dedicated to Shiva - is remarkable for its delicate details.

Not to be missed is the Konthi Temple Complex, the Uma Maheswari Temple with a beautifully carved Brahma seated on a lotus, the austere Jain Meguti Temple and the two- storied Buddhist Temple.

Goa - A World of Golden Beaches

Goa known as "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise", the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan. The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendor of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favourite with travellers around the world.

But then, Goa is much more than just beaches and sea. It has a soul which goes deep into unique history, rich culture and some of the prettiest natural scenery that India has to offer.

Besides the natural beauty, the fabulous beaches and sunshine, travellers to Goa love the laid-back, peaceful, warm and friendly nature of the Goan people. After all, more than anywhere else on planet earth, this is a place where people really know how to relax


Southern Splendour - Destination

Bangalore - A World of Opportunity

Bangalore the capital of Karnataka is known as the Garden City because of its salubrious climate and greenery. Perched 3,250 feet above sea level, temperatures seldom exceed 30oC (88oF).

Founded by Kempegowda, a powerful chieftain, the city is unique with its rich cultural heritage that coexists with its modern day technological and industrial achievements. Today Bangalore is popularly known as India's Silicon Valley.

Many food outlets across the city offer a range of South Indian delights that are unique to the region. In addition, the city also has on offer international cuisines such as Mediterranean, Thai, Italian, Mexican and Japanese, to name a few that would make every traveler feel at home.

Chennai & Mamallapuram : The land of traditions

Formerly known as Madras, Chennai is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Situated on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, it has the 2nd largest seashore in the world.

Being the capital city, it is home to a host of Tamil culture art forms including dance, literature, sculpture, music and cinema. Ensconced with temples, this modern city is unique for its allegiance to ancient traditions and ethos.

Situated near Chennai is the famous town of Mamallapuram, a World Heritage Site known for its ancient temples and stone carvings inspired by the Pallava art.

Puducherry : The land of serenity

The Union territory of Puducherry is situated at around 160kms from Chennai. Being a former French colony, it exudes a Mediterranean aura and is famous for the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, one of the most well known ashrams in India with devotees from all over the world, and its offshoot Auroville. Puducherry is also famous for its pristine beaches and its French town ensconced with French style architecture and boutiques.

Tanjavur : The land of antiquity

Known as the "Ricebowl of Tamil Nadu", Tanjavur is one of the oldest cities in India. Once the cultural capital of the country, today it is an important centre of South Indian art and architecture. Located in the centre of the town is the world-famous Brahadishwara temple, a historical monument dating back to 11th century which now is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also famous for its unique Tanjavur style paintings and Tanjavur dolls.

Madurai : The land of pilgrimage

Widely known as a temple city, Madurai has a rich cultural heritage that goes back to over 2, 500 years. The city is synonymous with the celebrated Meenakshi temple which stands today as one of the country's greatest architectural landmarks. Close to the temple is situated yet another architectural wonder, the Tirumalai Nayak Mahal, a classic blend of Dravidian, Islamic and European architecture.

Thiruvananthapuram : The land of Ananta

Thiruvananthapuram & Kovalam beach : Thiruvananthapuram, literally meaning the "Abode of Lord Ananta" is the capital of Kerala state.

It is a beautiful seaside city built on seven hills with a tradition going back to 1000 BC. It is famous for the Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple believed to be the holiest abode of Lord Vishnu.

Another major attraction in Thiruvananthapuram is the Kovalam beach located around 13kms from the city. Secluded by coconut groves, it is a perfect place to unwind.

Alappuzha & Kochi : The land of enchantment

A water locked district embellished with inland canals, Alleppey is also known as the "Venice of the East". Famous for its backwater tourism, a cruise through its navigable canals takes one past scenic islands ensconced with coconut and palm trees.

Also known as the "Queen of the Arabian sea", Kochi is a vibrant cosmopolitan city famous for its Jewish Synagogue and the Dutch palace to name just a few. With its breathtaking scenic beauty this seaside city is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world.

Schedule

Season 2018-19
Months Departure Dates
October 2018 22
November 2018 05, 26
December 2018 31*
January 2019 21
February 2019 04, 25
March 2019 _

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