Bargain £799pp -- 7-Night South India Holiday With Flights and Tours @ Travel Zoo
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Bargain £799pp -- 7-Night South India Holiday With Flights and Tours @ Travel Zoo

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Found 26th Oct 2014
Another Hot deal to India from Travel Zoo

This deal is really to hot to handle!!!!!!!

It's really amazing looked at the hotels on trip advisor and they are really good

Here's what on travel zoo:

What's included

Return flights from London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Birmingham, Glasgow or Manchester with Emirates or Qatar Airways
Transfers and excursions throughout
Daily breakfast
Two nights at the­ Casino Hotel in Cochin
Two nights at The Wildernest hotel in Periyar
One night ­on a houseboat in Alleppey with breakfast, lunch and dinner
Two nights at the Abad Whispering Palms in Kumarakom

When
Depart on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 November-3 December, 2014; 7 January-23 March; 8 April-17 June, 2015. It's an extra £150 per person to travel from 18 June-23 September. See The Holiday Place's website for exact travel dates.

Itinerary
The tour starts in Cochin, noted by Lonely Planet for its "giant fishing nets from China, 400-year-old synagogue, ancient mosques, Portuguese houses and the crumbling remains of the British Raj". Take a walking tour of Mattancherry Palace, a tuk-tuk ride, a half-day city tour and a trip to see a traditional dance performance.

Next, head to The Wildernest hotel in the Periyar National Park -- a tiger reserve -- stopping at a tea plantation. Over the next two days you'll visit a spice plantation and take a boat on Lake Periyar, where you might spot tigers, elephants, lion-tailed macaques and porcupines.

You'll then spend a night on a houseboat along the backwaters of Kerala, overhung by coconut trees and lush vegetation. These houseboats, on which you'll be served traditional local food, give a real insight into Keralan life.

Finish with a 2-night stay at the Abad Whispering Palms, set on a lagoon in tropical Kumarakom. You'll visit a local village and will have free time to relax around the pool or in the Ayurvedic spa.

32 Comments

Ooohh so tempted. Have been to South India before twice and done quite few of these trips and it is just fantastic.
Happy days.

Do you get the Delhi Belly for free?

You don't see that mant specialist tours round Kerala....A fantastic state of India....Only weird thing is the £150 supplement in the UK summer.....very much the low season down there....tail end of the big Monsoon and very hot and sweaty even for the locals. Go in Jan/Feb lovely climate if you like it hot.

The info is appreciated and you'll get heat for that. But.... It's not much of a deal. Flights can be found for £400= and then everything else is very cheap in India.

Nk74

Do you get the Delhi Belly for free?


depends on how good you are in geography !

I'd pay not to go

jhw

I'd pay not to go


Good. Pay me and then go away.

It's worth every penny, I Know this place very very well. This is the cheapest you will ever find a flight will cost you at least £400 at its cheapest. One of the 50 places to be visited in a life time. Please don't compare Kerala with rest of India.

Voted hot just because it's not that damn Stacey cretin

jhw

I'd pay not to go



That's funny. They told me they'd pay not to have you.

Its a fantastic place to visit. Kerala is a natural beauty. Recommend.

I would love to go but cannot justify spending £100 extra for a visa!

manbearpig

There are some actual retards in here hahah


You don't have to announce your arrival.

woodstock

Good. Pay me and then go away.



Go and earn you beggar.

woodstock

Good. Pay me and then go away.



Hehehe

stanlenin

Go and earn you beggar.




Doesn't sound like begging to me. It's quite a reasonable request.

Great place went there few years ago when Thomas cook did direct flights shame they dont any more
Stayed at Isola Di Cocco at Poovar was only £380 inc hotel with Thomas cook would love to go back
Great price now as flights are now expensive voted hot
Edited by: "0scar222" 26th Oct 2014

husain_kola

I would love to go but cannot justify spending £100 extra for a visa!


£100 for a visa?! Seriously??

AppStar

£100 for a visa?! Seriously??



Yes if you have a British Passport

Looks hot!! Will there be a problem with Mosquitos in house boat??

AppStar

£100 for a visa?! Seriously??


£100 is cheap compared to UK visa fees which is £300

A few weeks ago there was the sub £200 flights to India, e.g. Bangalore. Cochin was also sub £200 although not posted on here, there was a range of India flights. That said I've voted hot as flights alone are about £380 return. I have never been to India so I am not sure of the cost of accommodation and excursions when you get there but I guess this seems like a good option doe people that don't want to DIY.

vraj896

£100 is cheap compared to UK visa fees which is £300



not sure of your source of information, A UK visit visa costs £80. Still it is a hot deal for me.

ianyar1470

Voted hot just because it's not that damn Stacey cretin

That "Stacey cretin" has posted so many good deals here for all of our benefit. Talk about being ungrateful, you grumpy, li'l moron.

Why do I have to sign up to their spam to look at this deal? Have not voted either way.

shoomshoom

That "Stacey cretin" has posted so many good deals here for all of our … That "Stacey cretin" has posted so many good deals here for all of our benefit. Talk about being ungrateful, you grumpy, li'l moron.

and her own benefit too - now push off and post another poo deal

ichayan

It's worth every penny, I Know this place very very well. This is the … It's worth every penny, I Know this place very very well. This is the cheapest you will ever find a flight will cost you at least £400 at its cheapest. One of the 50 places to be visited in a life time. Please don't compare Kerala with rest of India.


I agree, India is a very big country and ignorant comments that treat it like one homogenous entity just go to show how insular and poorly educated some people are. Kerala is fantastic with arguably higher literacy rates than the UK. The food, landcape and people all help to make it a fantastic holiday destinatioin, especially in the cooler drier months. I didn't go last year because of the ridiculous cost of a visa (£95) but I'm told they are changing that.

husain_kola

I would love to go but cannot justify spending £100 extra for a visa!



But we charge them nearly £90 for a 6 month visa and over £300 for 2 year visa

0scar222

But we charge them nearly £90 for a 6 month visa and over £300 for 2 year … But we charge them nearly £90 for a 6 month visa and over £300 for 2 year visa



And your point is?

husain_kola

And your point is?



My point is how can we complain about £90 visa for us to visit India when we charge Indian passport holders up to £314
to visit UK

Indian govt changed pricing because UK Govt hiked their prices for Indian Visitors. Although you can argue that Indian tourism industry is at loss here...

ianyar1470

Voted hot just because it's not that damn Stacey cretin



Sorry for delayed reaction, but your comment made me chuckle! Well said! Although I am somewhat surprised you didn't get hunted down and burnt at the stake. That's what happened to the last person that spoke ill of her!
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