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 Day 1 : Kozhikode

Arrive at airport. Meet and transfer to Kozhikode and check into the hotel. Afternoon visit Pazhassi Raja Archaeological Museum. The Museum gives importance to various types of objects collected from the Malabar region. The exhibits include stone sculptures, bronze sculptures, copper and silver wares, coins belonging to the former Kozhikode, Kochi and Travancore dynasties, palanquin, urn burials, black and red wares, models of Megalithic monuments, models of Temple Architecture etc. Overnight stay at hotel.

 Day 2 : Kozhikode

After breakfast visit another museum, KIRTADS Museum at Kozhikode. The Ethnological Museum is one of the most informative and interesting storehouse for people who want to know about the Tribes of Kerala. The Museum is a part of the Kerala Institute for Research, Training and Development Studies of Schedules Castes and Tribes (KIRTADS), and houses a large collection of artefacts, costumes, jewellery, household utensils, nets and traps, wood carvings, agricultural tools, musical instruments, and ceremonial paraphernalia of all the Tribal communities in Kerala. Overnight stay at hotel.

 Day 3 : Kozhikode - Guruvayoor - Trissur

After breakfast drive to Trissur. Enroute visit Punathoor Kotta Elephant Sanctuary. Punathurkotta, near Guruvayoor, is considered as one of the largest elephant parks in the world with over 60 elephants. All of them have been donated by the devotees to Lord Guruvayoorappan. It is the official stable of the temple elephants. Elephants of all ages can be seen, from very small to old ones. Around 40 domesticated elephants are groomed for the service of Lord Krishna by the temple management. The elephant race and the feast for elephants are very interesting. Forty pachyderms, used for important Guruvayoor festivals, are also housed here in style.

After visit Archaeological Museum. The exhibits in the Museum stoneage tools, mieroliths, excavated materials from Indus Valley and Harappa, excavated Materials from megalithic sites like Urn burials (nannangadi) black and red wares, black wares russet coated wares, beads, iron implements, excavated materials from Cheraman Parambu (Kodungalloor) stone sculptures ranging from 10th century to 7thcentury, Bronze sculptures ranging from 12h century to 18h century, copies of Mural paintings, Temple models etc. The Museum has the largest collection of excavated materials from Megalithic Sites in Kerala. Excavated materials from Nenmeni Village, near Kollangode also are exhibited in this Museum.

 Day 4 : Trissur - Eranakulam (Tripunithura)

After breakfast drive to Eranakulam. Checkin hotel. Afternoon visit Archaeological Museum and Hill Palace.

The Hill Palace is situated on the top of a small hill surrounded by terraced garden with fountains, ponds and lawns. The Hill Palace is a Palace Complex. The oldest building in it is the one constructed around 1850 AD a single storeyed Ettukettu, built in the traditional style with an adjacent pond, temple and urappura. All the other buildings are a combination of traditional and western Architecture. The latest building in the complex was constructed in western style. In 1950s and this three storeyed building houses the office was closed in 1997 and the objects were shifted to the Hill Palace Museum. Overnight stay at hotel.
 Day 5 : Eranakulam

After breakfast visit museum, Museum of Kerala History at Eranakulam.

It is the best place to have a quick glimpse of Kerala's history. There are life size statues and sculptures that vividly illustrate the important landmarks in our civilization right from the Stone Age to the modern times. The museum of Kerala history is a must visit for anyone who is interested in knowing how the rich culture and tradition of Kerala evolved and is still very much present in the modern times. The museum is famous for its light and sound show in which the 2000-year-old history of Kerala comes to life in its entire splendor. This museum is also known as Madhavan Nayar Foundation. Overnight stay at same hotel.
 Day 6 : Eranakulam - Alleppey - Ourland

After breakfast drive to Alleppey. Check in at Our Land Resort and step into ultimate tranquility. Our Land is an island resort 14 kilometers south of Alappuzha in Kuttanad, one of the few places in the world where farming is done below sea level.

Afternoon visit Krishnapuram Palace and Museum. The Palace is noted for its characteristic style of Kerala Architecture such as the gabled roofs, narrow corridors, dorm windows, pent roofs and so on. It also houses one of the largest single panel Mural paintings so far discovered in Kerala known as ‘Gajendra Moksha’, which measures 53 sq.ft in area. An Archaeological museum is set up in the Palace in which stone and wood sculptures, bronzes, copies of Mural paintings, coins, megalithic remains, stone inscription and such historically and archaeologically important objects are preserved and protected. Overnight stay at Island Resort.

 Day 7 : Alleppey

After breakfast visit another museum, The Revi Karunakaran Memorial Museum at Alleppey

The Revi Karuna Karan Memorial Museum in the heart of the city. The museum is attractive and is dedicated for décor and architectural marvels called ‘Kerala Room'. With about 3,800 pieces on display, the museum also has for its visitors an array of other artistic objects, especially those in porcelain, antique furniture etc. A 1946 model ‘Buick Super' owned by Mr. Revi Karuna Karan's father is another major attraction in this museum. Overnight stay at same Resort.
 Day 8 : Alleppey - Trivandrum

After breakfast drive to Trivandrum. Checkin at hotel. Afternoon visit Napier Museum.

Trivandrum Napier museum is located in the heart of the city. Napier museum and art gallery of Kerala are located in the same compound and the museum has a good collection of ancient archaeological artifacts. This museum was built in the 19th century. The Museum building is a combination of the Kerala, Mughal, Chinese and Italian architectural styles. A veritable treasure house for connoisseurs of art, the intriguingly eclectic collection of bronzes, historic ornaments, ivory carvings and chariots, it is the pride of this place. The Sree Chitra Art Gallery features a rare collection of paintings by Raja Ravi Varma and Roerich among others, and fascinating works from the Mughal, Rajput and Tanjore schools of art. Overnight stay at hotel.
 Day 9 : Trivandrum - Kanyakumari - Trivandrum

After breakfast drive to Kanyakumari, visit Padmanabhapuram Palace and Archaeological Museum

Extensive restoration works were conducted and the buildings were restored to its original beauty using traditional technology in the 1940s. In course of time an Antique Museum was started with a good collection of antiquities like stone and copper plate inscriptions, stone and wooden sculptures, ancient armaments such as swords, rifles, spears and shields and Travancore coins etc. The Department Of Archaeology is providing sufficient funds for the structural conservation works of the deteriorated structure in the Palace. Drive back to Trivandrum. Overnight stay at same hotel.
 Day 10 : Trivandrum - Departure
After breakfast check out from hotel and drive to Airport or Railway station for departure.
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