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Kerala Culinary


Any generalization of Indian cuisine as ‘curry’ would be a grave mistake. The cuisine of each region is as diverse as is the culture, or the language and dialects spoken in the area. Each region has its unique style of cooking and flavouring using the locally sourced ingredients. In this tour we present the traditional cuisine of Kerala.

While in Kerala, you can enjoy a cuisine enriched with cereals, vegetables, herbs, tropical fruits and seafood, and garnished with the distinctive aroma of pepper, cardamom and chilies. Rice forms the main ingredient in most of the Kerala cuisine and is served in different forms. Spices are generously used to enhance the taste for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine. With so much of varieties to offer, the distinctive Kerala cuisine offers you with great opportunities for gastronomical experiments.


    Cochin | Munnar | Madurai | Periyar | Alleppey Backwater | Marari | Cochin


    Houseboats | Chinese Fishing Nets | Marari Beach | Shri Meenakshi Temple

  • Day 1-2


    The city still exhibits footprints of its colonial influences from Portugal, Holland and England. Most amazing are the Chinese fishing nets along Vypeen Island. Traders brought these cantilevered fishing nets from the courts of Kublai Khan.
  • Day 3


    Drive to Munnar. Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 4-5


    In the evening visit of night ceremony at Shri Meenakshi temple. Overnight at the hotel. In the morning visit Meenakshi Temple. In the afternoon visit Nayak Palace and Teppakulam. Later in the evening, we will organize lecture on Tamil Cuisine.
  • Day 6-7


    In the morning enjoy a boat ride in Periyar wildlife sanctuary. Later visit a spice plantation. You will walk through the aromatic spice gardens where the air is laden with the fragrance. The spice plantations of Kerala are fascinating farms to wander in, for different sections of each plantation are dedicated to different spices.
  • Day 8-9

    Alleppey Backwater

    Drive to Alleppey and board the houseboat cruise for the night. Lunch, Dinner and overnight at the rice boat. Drive to Marari after getting down from the houseboat.
  • Day 10


    Day is free at leisure. In the evening enjoy cooking demo. It will contain 2 seafood dishes (Marari Fish curry & prawn coconut fry). The Farewell dinner will be organized on Malabar theme.
  • Day 11


    Drive to Cochin for onward flight.

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