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    Travel to me is about freedom. It is about being in sync with life and doing what I want. To connect with oneself is one of the primary reasons I love to travel and also because my job involves a lot of it too (this is the second). On our honeymoon, my husband and I wanted to visit a destination that had nature, peace, and a romantic vibe to it. For this, we narrowed down on two destinations namely Lakshadweep and Kerala and in the end selected Kerala since it was more scenic and we were gonna spend time at a forest resort (also Lakshadweep had a few additional formalities).

    So we began searching for a suitable Kerala honeymoon package and fortunately stumbled upon TravelTriangle on Facebook. Later, after raising a request on their website, we got many quotes and itineraries from their agents on board and soon finalized on the best one.

    Our Kerala honeymoon trip details

    Duration: 4 Nights 5 Days
    Inclusions: Cab, Hotels, Breakfast, Candle Light Dinner, and Local sightseeing
    Exclusions: Personal expenses, Lunch and Dinner, and Flights

    The Honeymoon

    Day 1: Cochin to Munnar – The beginning of a beautiful journey!

    boating in chennai lake
    lake for boating in chennai

    Our honeymoon in Kerala started with us reaching Cochin and being picked up by the agent’s representative for sightseeing and subsequent transfer to the forest resort in Munnar.

    pooja and her husband in chennai boating
    waterfall in munnar

    Cochin was love at first sight and we had amazing time here doing sightseeing and visiting places like Cochin Museum. The boating experience at a lake there was equally rejuvenating and soon after we were done with it, we started our ride towards Munnar.

    On our way to Munnar, we saw incredible scenery and also paid a visit to the famous Cheeyappara falls and a beautiful spice garden. We were totally in awe of the beauty here and soon realized why Kerala is known as “God’s Own Country”.

    tea gardens in munnar
    rose garden in munnar

    At around 8 pm, we reached the forest resort which was some 10 km away from Munnar and boy, it was love at first sight. The resort exceeded our expectations and we were totally in love with it. So far, our Kerala honeymoon trip was going perfect.

    Day 2: Munnar – Indulging in some beautiful sightseeing in Munnar

    munnar sightseeing
    tea garden munnar
    pooja and her husband at tea garden in munnar

    After we were done with our breakfast at the resort, we set out for sightseeing in Munnar. Our first stop was the Tea Garden Museum and it was quite a lovely experience. Full of trees and greenery, we loved our time spent here. Moreover, the route from our resort to this place was so scenic and good that the driver even allowed my husband to drive on it.

    pooja at the dam in munnar
    waterfalls of munnar
    munnar sightseeing

    Post this, as per our Kerala honeymoon trip itinerary, we visited the Rose Garden, which had more than 100 variety of flowers and it was followed by the Mattupetty Dam. Next, we went on a jeep safari and loved the offroading adventurous experience. We visited many places on this safari and these included Ottakathalamedu Mountain Range, highest peak point, echo point and more.

    munnar couple sightseeing
    jeep safari in munnar

    In the evening, we return to our hotel, tired but happy at the thought of spending a day so well.

    Day 3: Thekkady – An authentic cultural experience

    thekkaddy nature
    sky in kerala
    kerala nature

    In the morning, after we were done with our breakfast, we proceeded for our next stop Thekkady. At around 1pm, we checked into the hotel, which was once again awesome! Later, after we had relaxed, we went for a massage and it was one of the most relaxing experiences. Next up was a martial arts show followed by Kathakali show and both of them were truly amazing. I would recommend everyone to indulge in these experience if they book a Kerala honeymoon trip.

    Day 4: Alleppey – An incredible houseboat stay

    kerala houseboat stay
    poojas husband in houseboat

    We left for Alleppey at 9 am in the morning and once again had no trouble commuting since the route was excellent. We reached the houseboat at 1pm and after we had checked in and settled out luggage, the houseboat began moving in the backwaters.

    houseboat honeymoon kerala
    kerala houseboat honeymoon

    During this time, the boat stopped for one and half hours when we were served lunch. The food was delicious and once we were done, the boat resumed. At around 6 pm, the house boat was anchored we started soaking in the tranquil ambience of the place. This was one of the highlights of our trip since during this time we enjoyed our privacy and had an amazing candle light dinner. Alsi, we loved how everything was managed perfectly here, from cakes to decorations to food and drinks.

    Day 5: Goodbye Kerala

    beach in alleppey
    alleppey beach
    alleppey beach couple

    This was our last day and we checked out of the boat a little early than usual since our driver wanted to show us the beach. And yes, just as we had imagined, it was calm, clean, and truly beautiful. Later, we proceeded towards Cochin and soon reached the airport, where our honeymoon in Kerala ended.

    alleppey beach kerala

    Our wow moments from the trip

    First time off roading jeep safari experience
    Early morning view of Munnar which is full of greenery.
    Staying in jungle resort which is out of the city with no network.
    Early morning view of Beach.

    Negative experiences

    The only negative experience, we had that is related to breakfast only.

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