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South India Safari

India’s Great Divide is the Vindhya Mountains. They run from east to west, separating the fertile river valley of the Ganges called the Ganga, from the Deccan Plateau which occupies much of the peninsula of India. The South India is rich in Dravidian and Chola culture, world famous temples, architecture dances etc.  The South India's coastal plains are backed by the mountains rimming the wedge of the Deccan plateau. On these plains lie the best beaches in South India. On the rimming mountains, the western and eastern ghats are the tea, coffee and spice lands as well as dense wild life sanctuaries. Beyond these mountains, in the wedge shaped plateau, are great old cities supported by rich farm lands and a culture that has its roots in the almost historical Kumari Continent from where, they claim, civilization spread across the world. The south is gracious, graceful and Old India.

South Indian Itinerary :-

Day 1:- Arrive Trivandrum by international flight and board the coach to drive to hotel near the beach. Day at leisure to refresh from jet lag. Option to enjoy ayurvedic massage.
Day 2:- Chowara Beach - Kanyakumari. Early morning visit to the beach. Then on the bikes and a day to get used to the traffic conditions on Indian roads as you visit the “last point” of India at Kanyakumari.
Day 3:- Ride to Rameswaram in the south eastern axis, through some outskirts towns of Tamil Nadu. The bridge that bring us closer to this destination joins the two faces of sea and is one of the longest in Asia of its type. Overnight Rameswaram.
Day 4:-

Today we move to Madurai. Madurai is an ancient city built in the shape of a lotus. Visit the various ancient temples. Enjoy an evening tour of city and temples. Option to see the sound and light show and late night temple rituals.

Day 5:- Madurai - Thekkaday. A wonderful ride along the Nilgiri Hills to Thekkadey famous for the Periyar wild life Sanctuary. It is the natural habitat for a great variety of wild life. Option to visit the Spice Village and Coir factory.
Day 6:-

Drive to Kodaikanal. Its time spend a couple of days on the hill stations of Nilgiri hills. Elevated at a height of 6,932 ft. (2133 m), Kodaikanal is famous for its water falls.

Day 7 :-

A long ride today to Ooty popularly known as the queen of hill stations, located at a height of 2286 m and famous for its sprawling tea gardens.

Day 8:- At leisure in Ooty. A Day for relaxation and bike maintenance.
Day 9:- Ooty – Calicut, after a relaxed time in the hill retreats descend downhill to Calicut along the coast. The ride is through long shaded valleys initially till we hit the plains.
Day 10:- Today we leave for Guruayur. Ride on to this small town along the coastline.
Day 11:-

Guruayur - Cochin - Alleppey. Another Day on the Highway. The famous Kerala backwaters scenery shall add on excitement on the day's ride as also the ride along the coastline.

Day 12:- At Leisure in Alleppey. Option to take a ride on the houseboat and enjoy the beauty of the backwaters of Kerala by boat.
Day 13:-

Alleppey - Trivandrum. Enjoy the evening at the Beach.

Day 14:-

Flight for onwards destination.

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