Alleppey, officially named Alappuzha, is a city in Kerala’s South Indian territory. It is known for its large system of interconnecting, palm-bordered channels called backwaters and reviving Ayurvedic resorts that circumscribe the Laccadive Shore. In addition, Alleppey is well known for its houseboat trips that go through the quiet backwaters, where you can see green paddy fields, exercises for the ensemble, wonderful fauna and experience local people’s lives in Kerala.The Distance between Dindigul to Alleppey by road is 295 KM.Travel time between Dindigul to Alleppey is 6 hrs 40 Mins.
Vagamon is a hill station on the border of Kerala in Kottayam-Idukki. It has a cool climate with a summer midday temperature between 10-23 ° C. It is located 1,100 metres above sea level. In Central Travancore, Vagamon is a small plantation township. Vagamon has a green overtone. With a never-ending line of lush green hills, meandering rivulets and spectacular ravines.The distance between Dindigul and Vagamon is 140 km.
In the district of Idukki, Kerala , India, Kuttikkanam is a hill station. It falls within the territories of Peermade. It is renowned for the tea and coffee plantations that develop on a full scale in the area, situated 3500 feet above sea level. The green hills, the number of animals that can be spotted alongside the numerous species of fauna, and the friendly environment all contribute to its positive character.
DAY WISE ITINERARY
DAY 1 – Dindigul to Vagamon (Vagamon Sightseeing)
- Morning pickup from Dindigul.
- After Refreshment @ Theni.
- Then proceed towards Vagamon on the way to Kuttikanam to visit Parunthumpara View point.
- Hotel Check in.
- Next to visit Pine forest,Vagamon Meadows Lake, Vagamon Orchid Garden.
- Hotel Check in.
- Overnight stay at Vagamon.
DAY 2 – Alleppey Boat House
- After Breakfast and then check out from the Hotel.
- Proceeding towards Alleppey.
- Then check in to cruise house boat around 12.00 o’ clock.
- It is 6 hours group tours in country boat. Welcome drink on Arrival. We can see the flourishing paddy fields, coconut lagoons & isolated islands, village schools, hospitals & different type’s birds, cultivation.
- Lunch with 2 Non veg. (kerala Special Fish fry)
- We can also enjoy the lifestyles of the villagers while walking through the paddy fields & visit Riverside temples, Toddy shop, chavara church.
- Evening around 4.00 o’clock you take small Tea or Coffee & snacks items for House Boat.
- Overnight stay @ Alleppey Boat House.
DAY 3 – Alleppey Sightseeing
- After fresh up & Breakfast.
- Check out Alleppey Boat House.
- Then proceed to visit Alleppey beach, Alleppey Lighthouse, Lighthouse Museum and Revi Karunakaran Memorial Museum.
- Then starting our Journey towards Dindigul with sweet Memories of Kerala.
- Finally drop at Dindigul.
WHAT ‘S INCLUDED
- We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
- Solo Traveller
- Double sharing Rooms
- Suite Rooms
- Deluxe Rooms
- Royal Suite Rooms
- Home Stay (As per required )
- From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care Local Speaking Guide – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
- Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per required )
- All local vehicle transport.(Dindigul to Alleppey to Dindigul)
It is an important tourist destination in India. One of the most popular tourist attractions in Kerala is the Backwaters of Alappuzha, which attracts millions of domestic and foreign visitors to the district and employs a large number of private sector residents. In these backwaters, a houseboat cruise can be booked, linking Kumarakom and Cochin to the north and Quilon to the south. From Dindigul to Alleppey on the way to see different types of plants,animals and birds.
It is also the entry point for the annual Nehru Trophy Boat Race, held every year on the second Saturday of August on Punnamada Lake near Alappuzha. This is the most famous and competitive boat races in India. The Alapuzha Temple Festival, which is held at the end of December for ten days per year, is the Mullackal Chirap. Dindigul to Alleppey on the way to visit Thekkady ,Vagamon and kuttikkanam,
Alappuzha is bordered to its west by the Laccadive Sea. The town has a network of lakes, lagoons and rivers with fresh water. The abundance of the coastal waters of Alappuzha is reflected annually in the flowering and consequent deposit on the Alappuzha coast of a huge amount of fish and prawns called'[Chakara]’. During the post-monsoon time, this annual sandbank shift occurs and contributes to the local economy and is a festive season for the Kerala people.
The annual floods rejuvenate and cleanse the land and water because of the abundance of marine life in the sea, such as prawns, lobsters, fish, turtles and other flora.For more details about Dindigul to Alleppey tour package please contact 9443204141,9578784466.