The above cost does not includes
- Transportation using AC Indica as per the itinerary.
- Accommodation in the same or similar type hotels on CPAI
(Twin Sharing basis)
- Daily breakfast.
- All applicable hotel taxes
- Lunch, Dinner, laundry, Telephone etc at hotel, personal
Entry fee during sight seeing, boat charges at Munnar/Periyar or
anything, which is not mentioned in the clause “cost
Day 01: Cochin - Guruvayoor:
Upon arrival at the
Cochin airport/ Ernakulam Railway Station, our representative will
meet you and will transfer you to Guruvayoor (90kms). Check in to
hotel. Overnight stay at Guruvayur.
Day 02 Guruvayoor
After breakfast visit the Temple and nearby places. It is
one of the pilgrimage centres in Kerala, South India, attracting
thousands of pilgrims from all over India. In the evening return
back to the hotel and Overnight stay.
Day 03 :
After breakfast transfer to the Cochin airport / Trichur railway
station to board the flight / train to onward destination. End of
Tour and services. Back home with the happy memories of the tour.
Guruvayur is very popular tourist destinations as well as an important pilgrimage in Kerala. Thousands and hundreds of devotees from India and abroad come to the Guruvayur Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna to offer prayer and seek blessings.
Guruvayur temple is centuries old and according to the legends it is believed that the temple is created by the Lord of Winds and the preceptor of the Devas. It is also believed that the idol of Lord Sri Krishna also known by the name Guruvayurappan enshrined inside the temple is more then 5000 years old and is installed by Vayu and the preceptor of Devas. The idol enshrined in the temple is said to be worshipped by the creator of this world Brahma at Dwarka.
The temple of Guruvayur is unique in look as it is not built in a typical south Indian style of temple architect. It has a very simple look and has four main gates which lead to the main gopuram, where the idol of the Lord Krishna is enshrined. The temple is one of the famous in Kerala and Guruvayur is lovingly called Dwarka of the South. Pilgrims and newly wed couples from across the globe come to this world famous Lord Sri Krishna temple to offer prayers and to seek blessings. The temple also owns 36 mighty elephants that live at Punnathur Fort and are especially kept their for temple festivals. Every year thousands of pilgrims and tourists come for Guruvayur temple tour for the Darshan of Lord Sri Krishna idol enshrined inside the temple.