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Djholidays home offers you Homestay in Kerala With an enjoyable , energetic and informative travel. We help you to explore Kerala – the Gods own Country and Experience its beauty. We provide you to stay with our typical Kerala home and travel The destinations with eye nourishing and comfortable journey. You can vist kerala and feel the culture with our special Kerala Tour packages . In our home we will provide you delicious Kerala dishes with supreme hygeneity and care. We welcome you to visit Kerala. We arrange Ayurvedic treatments to our guests according to their interest. There is treatments for almost all type of diseases. Also you can Participate in arts programmes and traditional festivals. We also provide travel on house boats in backwaters. It is a wonderful experience travelling on a houseboat for you. You can stay in our resort near the lake and have delicious food with freshly prepared fish dishes from the lake. So next time when you think to visit kerala you just remember us and contact us. Home stay on AC Double room Rs 1250 INR for two Persons per day including Break Fast.


Day 1: Arrival at Cochin
Our friendly representative welcomes you at Cochin Airport or Railway Station and proceed to Munnar, which is called as Nature Lovers Paradise and is at 1800mts above the sea level. On the way to Munnar visit very beautiful places. Check into hotel / resort. Overnight at Munnar.

Day 2 : Sightseeing at Munnar
After breakfast proceed for Munnar sightseeing. Visit Eravikulam National Park in the morning. In the afternoon visit Mattupetty Dam, boating also there /Kundala dam, Eco point, possible visit viewpoint and tata tea museum. Overnight at Munnar.

Mattupetty is situated at a height of 1700 m above sea level. Mattupetty Lake and Dam is a beautiful picnic spot with the panoramic view of the tea plantations and the lake. Boating facilities are available in the reservoir.

Kundala is a picturesque town on the way to Top Station. The Golf Course which belongs to Tata Tea Ltd. is located here. The Kundala artificial dam is another attraction. Aruvikkad Waterfall is also near Kundala

Eravikulam National Park
The 97 sq. km. park is situated in the Devikulam Taluk and is home to the Nilgiri Tahr. The Anamudi peak (2695 Mts) is located in the Southern region of the parkOriginally established to protect the Nilgiri tahr (Nilgiri Ibex), the Eravikulam National Park is situated in the Devikulam Taluk of the Idukki District

Day 3 : Munnar - Thekkady
After breakfast check out from the hotel / resort and proceed to Thekkady. Check into hotel / resort. Sightseeing of Thekkady: Go for Plantation Tour, visit around Kumali, Evening free for shopping. Overnight at Thekkady.

Day 4 : Thekkady - Arumula
After breakfast,boating in Peryar lake. This boating charge is not included in this package. After the boating travel to  Arumula that night stay there

Day 5 : Arumula - Allepay
That day stay at  Arumula that is on the way of Allepy. After breakfast, Checkout and proceed to Alleppey which has an immense natural beauty, also known as the Venice of the East. It is famous for the backwaters, boat races, houseboat holidays, beaches, marine products and coir products. Check in houseboat for backwater trip. Food also provide in houseboat. Welcome Drink Check in at Houseboat for cruise. Cruise through the palm fringed canals, watch the paddy fields, and relax on board hearing lullaby of wind & waves 13.00 Kerala traditional Lunch (king Fish / Karimeen Fish) with chicken curry Kerala Meals) 16.00 Evening Snacks. Over night stay in houseboat

Day 6 : Alleppey - Cochin
After breakfast checkout from the houseboat and proceed to Cochin. Check into hotel/resort. Sightseeing of Cochin, visit The Dutch Palace, The Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church the oldest European church in India, Chinese fishing nets, Santa Cruz Basilica etc, . Back to the hotel and overnight stay. These nets popularly known as Cheenavala is one of the unique features of the city. These are massive nets used by local fishermen to catch fish. Other than Cochin, these nets are found only in China.

Jewish Synagogue and Dutch Palace
Both of these are located in Mattancherry. The synagogue was built in 1568. The Chinese tiles and Belgian chandeliers adorn this wonderful work of decorative architecture. Giant scrolls of the Old Testament are stored here. The Dutch palace was built by the Portuguese but later modified by the Dutch. This palace was subsequently transferred to the rulers of Kochi. Murals depicting scenes from the Ramayana and Mahabharata are the major attraction in this Palace.

Day 7 : Cochin Departure
After breakfast proceed to airport /railway station and depart.


  • 5nights accommodation with breakfast
  • 1 night cruise in houseboat with all meals
  • All transfers, sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary in AC cab
  • Assistance by our representatives


  • Any entrance charges
  • Expenses of a personal nature such as hard or soft drinks, local guides, entrance at monuments, still or video camera fee and any item not specified above
  • Any meals, accommodation or services not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any increase in fuel costs

    Aranmula kannadi is one among 8 auspicious items included famous astamagalaya set ,which usually used for very auspicious function like marriage.

    Aranmula Sree ParthaSarathy Temple is one of the most ancient temples of Kerala. The presiding deity is ParthaSarathy (Lord Krishna).     The temple is on the left bank of the Pampa River.
    Aranmula is known for the Vaasthu Vidya Gurukulam, the traditional way of constructing buildings.
    KONNI is a hilly town in the Pathanamthitta district, Kerala, India. KONNI is known for its elephant cages, forests, and rubber plantations.


Munnar is almost full of tea estates and has thick forest cover. Most of the people work in tea estates and many of them are labourers (to pluck the tea leaves). The majority of the tea estates (approx 27/30) are owned by Tata Tea, one of the Tata Group of companies. In fact, the entire area is known as the Kannan Devan Hills, from which the famous brand of the Tatas gets its name.

1 . If customer needs the vehicle for the sightseeing and to travel in local area we will provide you and the      should pay by the customer.


Konni is a small hilly town in the Pathanamthitta district, Kerala, India. Konni is known for its elephant cages, forests, and rubber plantations.

The Old Training Cage

Konni has a major elephant training center, located 11 km from Pathanamthitta. The prime attraction here are the huge cages of wood built to house elephants. These cages are locally known as Aanakoodu and can accommodate 3 to 4 elephants at a time. The trainers here train the baby elephants which get separated from their herd, or are found wounded or roaming in the forest. Experienced trainers using their systematic training methods, tame the baby elephants. Visitors can get a close look at these elephants and can observe and understand a lot about their behaviour, especially that of baby elephants, which are often endearingly mischievous.
Konni is famous for the elephant trainning centre since ancient times. The elephants were captured from the dense forests of the western ghats/Sahyadri and brought to the elephant trainning cage at Konni. There these wild elephants are tamed and trained by mahouts specialized as elephant tainers. These trainers take the help of other tamed elephants.


Aranmula is about 128 km from Trivandrum, capital city of Kerala, the south western state in India. It is situated on the banks of the river Pampa. Traditions, cultural variations, traditional village life, sceneries are unique for Aranmula. It is a suburb of Kozhencherry in Pathanamthitta District. Nearby important towns are Pathanamthitta (10 km), Pandalam (14 km) Chengannur (10 km). The nearest r Aranmula Pardhasaradhi Temple.

Aranmula Pardhasaradhi Temple is a famous old major temple in Kerala. Main idol is Krishna, who is the leader of Arjuna in Kurukshetra War. It is believed that this temple was built near Sabarimalai near Nilackal. There is a flight of 18 steps that lead to the Eastern Tower while 57 descending steps from the Northern tower reaches the Pampa River. The temple here has fine murals from the 18th century.


Pulikkunnumala Mahadeva Temple

Pulikkunnumala Mahadeva Temple is 4 km from Aranmula. The old temple, is traditionally said to be the worship place of the pandavas. This temple is donated by Koikkattumalayil Late Shri. Ramakrishna Pillai to the Kshetra Samrakshana Samiti, Kerala.
Aranmula is known for the Vaasthu Vidya Gurukulam, the traditional way of constructing buildings. Aranmula is located on the banks of the river Pamba.
The famous Aranmula Mirror, locally known as Aranmula kannadi, kannadi meaning mirror, is made here. This mirror is made out of high tin bronze.
The Place is of historical importance, the Thiruaranmula Parthsaaradhi temple. It is believed that the main idol was originally the "Thevaara vigraha"(one which was used for daily personal worship) of Arjuna the third Paandava. It is also believed that the thevaars vigrahas of the four other Paandavas are placed in the nearest four villages namely Thrchittaat, Thrppuliyoor, Thiruvanmandoor near Chengannur, Thrkkodithaanam near Changanassery.

The Aranmula Vallamkali, the wold famous water carnival is the main important event related to this place. It started in relation with the thiruvonathoni which starts on Uthraadam (day before Onam)evening from Kaattoor Mahavishnu temple with provisions for the 'Nivedyam' and 'samoohasadya' (mass feast)on Thiruvonam at the temple.The provisions are offered by the Mangattu Bhattathiry, thekaranavar (the eldest member) of Mangattu Illom.(There is a legend also behind this.) Previously the Mangattu Illom was situated near Kaattoor temple and now it is at Kumaranalloor near Kottayam. There will be a representative from the family on the thoni (canoe), as a part of tradition. It is a nice sight to see the thoni moving down the river Pampa without rowing. The thoni is symbolic of Garuda the vehicle of Lord vishnu


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An Aranmula kannadi or Aranmula metal mirror is a special type of mirror produced at Aranmula, a village in the state of Kerala in India. Composed of a special metal alloy, instead of glass, the Aranmula kannadi is a front surface reflection mirror, which eliminates secondary reflections and aberrations typical of back surface mirrors. The exact metals used in the alloy are unknown to public and is maintained as a family secret; however metalogists suggest the alloy to be mixed with copper and tin to cast the mirrors, before being polished for several days in a row to achieve their reflective surface.

These unique metal mirrors are the result of Kerala's rich cultural and metallurgical traditions, and have great historical and cultural value. Produced by a single extended family in Aranmula, the origins of the Aranmula kannadi are linked with the Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple. Legend has it that eight families of experts in temple arts and crafts were brought by the royal chief to Aranmula from Tirunelveli district to work in the Parthasarathy temple centuries ago on the mirrors.
The British Museum in London has a 45 centimeter tall Aranmula metal mirror in its collection.

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The Maramon Convention, the largest annual Christian Evangelistic Convention in the World, is conducted annually since 1895 on the banks of the river Pampa, near Kozhenchery, in the month of February every year on the sand bed stretches of Pamba River below the Kozhenchery Bridge. Special Panthal will be erected to accommodate about 2 Lacks people. Maramon Convention is organized by the Mar Thoma Evangelistic Association, the missionary wing of the Mar Thoma Church.

People from all around India gather here to receive the Word Of God into their hearts. Renowned preachers from all over the world has come here to sow the seeds of goodness into the hearts to these faithful. Immensely motivated, people go forth with high spirits to renew the face of the church. Maramon is also famous as the birthplace of Palakkunneth Abraham Malpan, a 19th century leader of the Syrian Church of Malabar.

Along with the religious discourse, special prayers for indisposed are also held. On these days special Bible classes takes place also separate Bible classes for different age groups. Separate sessions to abstain from alcoholism, drugs and more are taken. As a response for the call to built up the church people go forth dedicating their lives in service of the Lord.

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