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    Kerala Package Kerala Package Malabar Package: Calicut-Wayanad-Calicut (2Nights/3Days) Day 1 Calicut (Kozhikode) You will be cordially given a Indian welcome and transferred to the hotel. Overnight stay there. Place Description: The wonderful place of Calicut is a coastal town to the very north of Kerala. It is known for its wonderful traditions during the ancient era and has welcomed many like the famous Portuguese sailor Vasco Da Gama. Day 2 Wayanad Place Description: Take a ride into Wayanad which offers a totally heart warming experience to all who come here. Here one can visit the Tribals and their huts. Wayanad is famous for its waterfalls, valleys, tangled jungles, wild elephants that sometimes crosses into the villages and thus come the existence of tree houses to watch over the cultivation. Places to visit: Edakkal caves (A Neolithic cave). Soochippara waterfalls. Day 3 Calicut (Kozhikode) In the morning go for your ride back to Calicut from Wayanad for boarding your flight back home or for the onward journey to another wonderful destination. Package Includes: Hotel Accommodation in 3* or 4* or 5* category as per the requirement of client Breakfast Transportation by Air-conditioned vehicle Driver allowance, toll, parking, permit charges. Check in Check out 12.00 noon in all hotels Package Excludes: Meals anything not mentioned in the itinerary Items of personal nature viz., drinks, laundry, call, etc. Peak season charges if applicable Cost of the Optional tours Airfare with taxes
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    **With partner and group leader Mr Levin Thomas A Pilgrim Tour To Holyland From Kochi/Cochin Kerala JORDAN – ISRAEL – PALESTINE – EGYPT 10 days Holyland Package Tour From Cochin/Kochi Kerala DETAILED DAY WISE ITINERARY Day 1: Amman Meet & assist upon arrival into Amman Airport. Complete Immigration & Customs procedures, after visa formalities we visit Madaba, the city of Mosaics, only 30kms south of Amman. Madaba is repeatedly mentioned in the old Testament as Medeba (Numbers 21:30).This lovely town is home of St. George’s Church which houses the Madaba Map, a 6th century Byzantine Mosaic map showing ancient Palestine, Egypt, Jerusalem and other holy sites. Then we proceed to Mt. Nebo (Deut 34:1-7) the most revered site in Jordan. Mt. Nebo is presumed to be the site of Moses’s death and burial place. On top of the mountain is a Franciscan Church with beautiful 4th and 6th century mosaics. Visit the Serpent Monument near the Church. From a platform in front of the church you can take in a breathtaking view like Moses across the Jordan valley and the Dead Sea, Jericho to the rooftops of Jerusalem and Bethlehem. This is also the place from where God showed Moses the promise land from a distance. We drive to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in Amman. (Lunch & Dinner) Day 2: Nazareth Check out early morning from the hotel, Cross the border and enter the holy land. Welcome to Israel. After we enter to the Holy Land we ascend Mt. Tabor to visit the beautiful Church of Transfiguration (Mark 9:1-8), then drive to Nazareth, city chosen by God for the annunciation of the birth of His Son. Here Jesus grew to manhood. Then we move on to Nazareth, the boyhood town of Jesus and home of Mary and Joseph and visit the Basilica of the Annunciation built over the grotto where Archangel Gabriel appeared to announce Mary that she would bear a son, Jesus (Luke 1:26-38). We also stop by Joseph's workshop and Mary's well and the Tomb of the Just. We drive to the village of Cana (John 2:1-11), where Jesus performed His first Miracle, changing water into wine at the wedding feast. Overnight in Nazareth. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) Day 3:Nazareth and Bethlehem After breakfast get set to explore the charm and beauty of the blessed area of Galilee. We drive through the landscapes of Galilee to Capernaum - the center of Jesus' ministry (Matt.8:5-13) where we visit the Synagogue and House of Peters Mother in law. We then stop at Tabgha - the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish, (Matt 14:15-20).We then visit the expressive Church of the Beatitudes, where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount (Matt 5:1-20). We then take a boat ride on the Sea Of Galilee. We make a brief halt at St. Peter's house, the Church of Primacy of Peter and the place where Jesus bestowed St. Peter with His authority (Matthew 16-19). This is believed to be the place where Jesus dined with His disciples. The flat rock known as Mensa Christ or Christ's table commemorates this event. Behind the church we get an opportunity to dip our feet in the Sea of Galilee. Evening we proceed to Bethlehem and overnight stay at the hotel. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner). Day 4: Bethlehem After breakfast we ascend the Mt. of Olives for a panoramic view of Jerusalem. We visit the Church of the Ascension, (Luke 24:50-51) which commemorates the ascent of Jesus to Heaven. The Pater Noster Church, (Matt 24:3) where according to tradition, lays the cave where Jesus brought his disciples and spoke to them about the mystery of the end. It is also believed to be the place; Jesus gave the Lord's Prayer to his disciples (Matt 6:9-13). We then walk down the Sunday Palm Road where we stop at the Chapel of Dominius Flevit, where Jesus wept over the imminent destruction of Jerusalem (Luke 19:41- 44). The chapel is built in the shape of a tear as a reminder to this event. From there we walk down the Palm Road to Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus prayed while Judas betrayed him to the Romans (Luke 22:39-46). Take a look at Olive trees in the garden which are more than 1000 years old. Visit the Basilica of the Agony (Church of all Nations), which stands out from afar. From there a short drive to mount Zion, to visit the room of the Last Supper- where we remember the last supper and the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles on Pentecost and the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles. Nearby is the beautiful Dormition Abbey from where the Blessed Mary went up to heaven at the St. Peter in Gallicantu which symbolizes Peter's Denial of Jesus (Luke 22:54-62) as He had prophesied at the last supper. We visit the birthplace of Jesus. Meditate on the glory of the Birth of our Savior at the Church of the Nativity. (The birthplace of Jesus).This church is one of the oldest continuously operating churches in the world Sing Christmas Hymns! Celebrate! What a glorious feeling! Drive to the Shepherd's field and the Cave Chapel, a recent Byzantine excavation and past Ruth the Moabite's fields to the Judean Wilderness. We finally conclude by visiting the Milk Grotto church. Overnight stay at the hotel. Day 5: Jerusalam After breakfast, we are getting ready to visit the Old City. We start with a visit to the pool of Bethesda and St. Anne and continue to pray the Stations of the Cross along the Via Dolorosa (Way of Grief) (Mark 15:1-47), traditionally accepted as the last route trodden by Jesus. Follow the 14 Stations of the Cross to Golgotha, the place where Jesus was crucified marking significant events along the route. We will see the Pilate's Judgment hall; the Chapel of the Flagellation where, according to tradition, the Roman soldiers scourged Jesus and placed a crown of thorns on his head the Ecce Homo Arch and the Convent of the Sisters of Zion. Early tradition held that Pontius Pilate stood here and thundered "Ecce Homo!" Which means "Behold the man?" Which is what Pilate said when he presented Jesus to the crowd? However, we now know that pagan Emperor Hadrian constructed the arch. Below the Convent are the Lithotrities where Jesus was publicly tried and where the Roman soldiers mocked him. The last 5 Stations of the Cross are inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher built over the Golgotha, the place of crucification visible from the distance, with its two silver domes. Easily the most celebrated, yet most contentious, church in Christendom, the Holy Sepulcher contains the traditional sites of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus under one roof site of the Calvary, on our way to Mount Moriah to visit the Western Wall (Wailing Wall). These are the sites most sacred to the Jewish nation. Ascend the temple Mount to view Mosque of El Aksa, the golden Dome of the Rock (where Isaac was bound for sacrifice). Walk through colorful Arab Bazar. (If time permits and the passengers want we can visit the Garden Tomb.). Proceed to visit Jericho, the oldest city in the world to view the Mt. of Temptation where Jesus was tempted by the devil. We also visit the Sycamore tree (Luke 19:1-10) which Zacchaeus had climbed to see Jesus. We also visit Bethany – the House of Lazarus, Martha & Mary. Visit tomb of Lazarus. Proceed and drive to the Dead Sea. You will be given time to experience floating in the medicinal waters.Overnight at the hotel. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) Day 6: Bethlehem-Taba After breakfast we proceed to Taba border, and enters Egypt, which is the only border crossing between two countries Israel and Egypt. On the way we can see the Statue of Lot’s Wife which is described in the book of Genesis 19: 12-29. Overnight stay at the hotel Egypt. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) DAY 07: Sinai St Catherine Church After breakfast we proceed to St Catherine to visit the monastery.At the time of Romans a monastery was built at the foot of Mount Sinai, the place where it is believed that Moses received the Ten Commandments from God. Inside the Monastery we can see the Chapel of the Burning Bush built by Helena the mother of Emperor Constantine. The Monastery is associated with St. Catherine of Alexandria a Christian Martyr. She is listed as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers of mankind among the saints in Heaven; she is the patroness of young women, philosophers, preachers, theologians, millers, and other workingmen. We can see the beautiful view of Mount Sinai from here. We proceed to the hotel for overnight stay. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) DAY 08: Cairo After breakfast, we travel to Cairo today. Today we travel through the famous Suez Canal. After lunch in Cairo we go to the Church of the Holy Virgin, this church was one of the resting places of the Holy Family during their sojourn to Egypt. Our next attraction here is the Museum. The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, known commonly as the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, is the home to an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities with 120, 000 items on display. In the evening we proceed to the River Nile for a cruise. Nile River is the longest river in the world. We have our dinner in the boat and overnight stay in Cairo. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) DAY 09: Cairo After breakfast we go to see one of the Seven Wonder of world , the pyramids. And now it is time for us to say good bye to Egypt too. Keeping back in our mind all the rejuvenating thoughts and visions we proceed to the Cairo International Airport for our return journey and catch our flight back home. (Breakfast & Lunch) Day 10: Cochin/Kochi Arrive at Cochin International Airport after a journey of a lifetime that ends with blessed memories. Tour Ends
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    Responsible Tourism To Kerala: travel light, travel responsibly ! whether you are backpacking across Kerala by yourself or travelling in a small guided group, to experience the place – you must immerse yourself completely in its cultural heritage and contemporary life. It is when you walk around that you truly get a sense of any locale. this lets you experience firsthand the calmness and chaos, richness and poverty, nature and cityscape. just let go and be free! enjoy the area and explore on your own. use Homestays Packages In Kerala instead of commercial hotels thus encouraging Responsible Tourism To Kerala. thereby, you can lend a hand of support to the host family and their staff. they are an elegant and comfortable option. unlike the alternative, they offer the guests a certain sense of privacy and independence. what’s more, this has the added advantage of reduced carbon footprint and added support to the local community. Responsible Tourism To Kerala is gaining popularity now a days and being a responsible tourist, you can even do your part to ensure development of the locality and its natives. support the artisans, shopkeepers & small scale businesses in that area by buying their handicrafts and other local specialties. this also fosters better relationships between the industry, the local communities and travelers. Isn’t it simply amazing how your leisure trip can have such a positive impact?! Traditional Villages In Kerala with emerald paddy fields and meandering rivers, quaint fishing villages & sleepy little towns are waiting to be experienced. to get a sense of life - take a long stroll along shady winding paths and desolate streets; visit places of interest and discover the unseen sights; shop at the local stores; visit a spice garden; take the ferry or go boating; trek past mystical temples tucked between hills and watch the people worship and leave offerings daily. do all this and more! a number of activities can be arranged for you to do. don’t hold yourself back - participate in Traditional Paddy Harvesting And Toddy Tapping or Paddle around In A small Boat In The Backwaters Of Kerala. Or would you rather help haul in the day’s catch using Chinese fishing nets or go angling in the middle of the lake? every turn you take, a vast sea of green catches your eye, be it swaying palm trees or dense forests. that’s what makes this stunning southern state so unique. capture the character, essence and soul of Kerala. take the ‘insider’s tour’ instead of following the guide books. Be A Responsible Tourist With Princy Travels – take only photographs; leave only footprints. help create better places for people to live in and better places to visit. try leaving only a positive impact on the environment, society and economy. take the plunge and go out into the unknown!
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    Attractions Of South India: Munnar: Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, Top station, Kannan Devan Tea Museum, Kundala Dam, Eravikulam park, Mattupetty dam, Tea museum, Korangani village, Kanthalloor, Kollengode palace, Muniyara Dolmens, Pothamedu viewpoint, Nimi's Lip Smacking Classes, Punarjani village-Kathakali/Kalari show, sandle valley tour, trekking in the mountains and among the villages. Restaurants: Rapsy, Saravana Bhavan, Tea county(KTDC), and Hotel SN(small place). Kannan Devan outlets offers one of the best variety of tea. Ooty/Coonoor: Mountain Train trip, Stone House(Old British home), Mudumalai Wildlife sanctuary, Avalanche lake, Bhavani lake, Lamb’s rock, highland tea factory, Honey and Bee Museum now a restaurant, Dolphins Nose, The Droog fort(view point), Fernhill palace, Doddabetta peak, Pykara river, Mariamman temple, Tribal museum, Botanical Garden etc. There are many more lakes and view points in ooty. Earl’s secret and hotel pankaj bhojanalaya (indian food) Green shop-tribal items(Coonoor), Keystone(Coonoor) or Nilgiri’s store. Kodaikanal: Coakers walk, Kodaikanal lake, Mother Salette Church, Kodaikanal yoga center, shops surrounding the lake sell shawls at reasonable rates upon bargaining, Berijam lake, Pine forest etc. Bangalore: Bangalore palace, Tipu’s palace, bull temple, Sree siddaganga mutt, Art of Living Center(meditation), Basavanagudi, Bull temple, Pyramid valley(meditation), Karnataka Chirtakala Parishat(art), Big Banyan tree, Nandi Hills, Devanahalli fort(partially destroyed walls remain) etc. Barbeque-Nation is a good place to try out north indian items (slightly costly). Shopping place: Commercial street, Brigade (low to medium budget), Jayanagar shopping complex. Mysore: Mysore Palace, Chamudi hills, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya(art), Jaganmohan palace and Jayachamarajendra art gallery, Srirangapatna, Namdroling Monastery, Devaraja market(local market), Silk factory and shop. Hampi: Has many temples, Hemakuta Hill and Hampi/Sule Bazaar Varkala: Varkala beache, Sivagiri mutt, varakala light house, papasnanam beach, Ponnumthuruthu island. (can go to Trivandrum to visit the Padmanabhaswami temple, Palace, Napier museum, Kanyakumari(Southern tip of India lies in Tamil Nadu-famous for sunset and sunrise, vivekandha rock and padmanabhapuram palace are other attractions), poovar(boating) beach) Alleppey: Backwaters of alleppey-Shikara and houseboat rides, Kayaking, village walks, home cooking demos at certain homestays, Kuttanad-to view the paddy fields, St George Church Edathua(old church and architecture), Coir factory/museum, marari or alleppey beach, Arthunkal Church(Portuguese built), St Mary Forance Church(mural paintings), Karumadi Kuttan statue, Ambalapuzha temple, Krishnapuram palace(far from alleppey town). Cochin: Kumbalangi village, Vypeen Island(pallipuram fort(portuguese), Cherai beach, Chenamangalam synagogue, St Francis Church Fort Cochin, Vallarpadam church, Edapally Church, Princess Street, Greenix village(various dance forms and classical music), Hill palace Tripunithura, Athirampilly and varachal waterfalls, Paliam palace chedamangalam, malayattoor, kalady pilgrim center, Mattancherry palace, Basilica of Santa Cruz, thattekad bird sanctuary and Guruvayoor temple. Local markets: Broadway and Jew street. for more details on sightseeing and Day Tours In Kochi or Day Tours To Alleppey-contact princy travels Best Tour Operator In Kerala also proud to be a Kerala Tourism Recognised Operator In Kerala
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