Cycling Kerala's Backroads
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Cycling Kerala's Backroads

Kerala, a narrow Indian state sandwiched between the Arabian Sea and the mountainous Western Ghats, is known for its tropical greenery, backwaters, wildlife reserves, tea and spice plantations. Along the way you will be staying at beautiful heritage hotels, eco-lodges and spend a night on a rice barge converted to a luxurious accommodation. We'll have our fill of ethnic and delicious food, seasoned by the local spices. Then the climbing begins as we head up to areas known for its tea plantations and spice estates.  Four wildlife parks are visited on this tour where we will most likely be able see a herd of elephants. We then head towards Kumarakom from where we spend a relaxing afternoon plying the backwaters on a houseboat, where we'll also spend the night. From here it is a flat ride back to Kochi with time to explore this fascinating historic town.  Its location near the equator combined with the sea breezes and cooler temperatures in the highlands makes it perfect for bicycling and lives up to its tagline – God's Own Country.

This tour include a total ascent of 10,880m  and descent of 10,806 m.

Tour At A Glance
Tour Cost Price depends on tour departure Single Supplement Price depends on tour departure
Bike Hire US$300 Total Cycling Distance 537 kilometres
Tour Grade 3 out of 5 out of 5 Number of Days 14 Days / 13 Nights
Number of Cycling Days 9 full days, 1 half day Tour Meets Kochi (formely known as Cochin)
Tour Ends Kochi (formely known as Cochin) Countries Visited India
Group Size Minimum 2, Maximum 16. Minimum age on scheduled departures 18 years old
Cycling Kerala's Backroads