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Kerala and Karnataka

Kerala is epitomized by its wonderfully slow pace of life. It’s a hugely diverse region, offering a great deal without the long drives that often typify exploring northern India. A cruise through the backwaters past idyllic traditional villages is always a real highlight.

It’s also worth visiting the bustling city of Cochin, the hub of the spice trade, and filled with echoes of its Dutch, Portuguese and British colonial influences. A drive into the hills will take you to the dramatic scenery of Munnar and the wildlife at Thekkady; and the food is another highlight of Kerala - its traditional fish curries are a real delight. Karnataka is Kerala’s little visited cousin - where temples, nature reserves and peace and quiet are the order of the day.

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Unique Northern Kerala and Karnataka

Bangalore, Mysore, Wynad, Nagarhole National Park, Coorg & Neeleshwar

Northern Kerala is India’s biggest secret. Largely unexploited, the area has much to offer from lush tropical forests filled with spices to ancient temples and a colorful history. This tour takes in Bangalore, Mysore, Nagarhole, Coorg and Neeleshwar.

Best for: Couples, Off the beaten track, Road trip, Adventure

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