Kodanad is a rural riverside village in Ernakulam district, 35 km away from Cherai. In the 1950-60s, Kodanad was one of the largest of several elephant training centres in Kerala. Earlier elephants, captured from the Malayatoor forests (the forests in the East and North of Kodanad), were trained here. Since the introduction of a ban on elephant capture Kodanad has been reduced to a training centre. They were trained using Mahouts, specially skilled people also known as 'Paappaan' in Malayalam language. A visit is a wonderfull experience to feel the the most ornamental and auspicious animals of Kerala.



Athirapalli Falls 
Athirapalli Falls, also known as "Suren Chellakutti Falls", are situated in  Thrissur district of Kerala, on the southwest coast of India. Located on the west-flowing Chalakudy River near the Vazhachal Forest Division and the Sholayar ranges, this 24-metre (80 ft) waterfall and the nearby Vazhachal Falls are popular tourist destinations. It is the largest waterfall in Kerala and is nicknamed "The Niagara of India“.




Kaladi village

Ths famous pilgrim center and tourist spot is located 50 km away from Cherai. It was once an insignificant little village, but it gained importance after Adi Sankaracharya, the great Indian philosopher of the 8th century AD, was born there. He was the only son of Sivaguru and Aryamba, a Kerala Brahmin couple. It is said he was only 16 when completed the study of the Vedas. Adi Sankaracharya evolved the philosophy of Advaita, one of the two principals of the Vedantic school asserting the sole existence of Brahma.



Day Tour
Visiting Kodanad Elephant Camp,Kaladi Aadi Sanakara Temple,
Athirappilly Waterfalls and Tribal Village.It is a full day trip including Breakfast, Lunch, Tea & Snacks

Pick up – at 6.30am
Drop off- at 5.30pm
Minimum 2 people


Portuguese Fort 
This port was built in1503 by the Portuguese also known as 'Aya Kotta'. It is the oldest European monument in India. It was an out post to safeguard the famous Mussiris Port. In 1661 the Dutch captured the fort and in 1789 the fort was handover to the King of Thiruvathankoor.




Pallipuram Church

The church was built by the Portuguese in 1577. The exquisite picture of Ave Mary on the top of the "Altar" is brought from Portugal.The celebrations of the „Lady of Snow“ is happening in August every year.The Water parade of boats is one of the most notable functions.



Kodungallur Bhagavati Temple

is just 15 km away from Cherai. The idol of the goddess Bhadrakali (popularly known as "Kodungallur Amma") in the temple is unique as it has eight hands with various attributes. One is holding the head of an Asura, another a sword, next an anklet, another a bell, and so on .This is the most ancient temple in the northern part of Kerala. It was one among the first temple which removed the caste and religion restrictions of the people for worshipping in this temple. It is very interesting to go in the evening to watch the  traditional Devi Pooja.


Tour. Portuguese Fort, PalliPuram Church, Konungallur Temple
Leaving at 2 pm, back 8.30 pm


Muziris Town 
Muziris  was an ancient seaport and urban center in the 1st century BC. The port was a key to the trade between southern India and the Phoenicians, the Egyptians, the Greeks and the Roman Empire. The important known commodities exported from Muziris were spices (such as black pepper and malabathron), semi-precious stones (such as beryl), pearls, diamonds, sapphires, ivory, Chinese silk, Gangetic spikenard and tortoise shells. The Romans brought money (in gold coins), peridots, thin clothing, figured linens, multicoloured textiles, sulfide of antimony, copper, tin, lead, coral, raw glass, wine, realgar and orpiment.

Leaving  at 10 am and back in the evening.

Fort Cochi
Visiting  the historic town of Fort Kochi is one oft he best  the choices  for an One Day Tour.
You can visit the historical places like Fort Immanuel, the Dutch cemetery, the Parade Ground, were Vasco-da Gama had been buried, Chinese fishing nets and  take a walk through the historical town and visit some of the very special clothes shops.

Leaving at and back as per as your convenience.



The Backwaters

A Backwater Tour is one of the most relaxing experiences and should be done at least one time in the life. Sitting on the beautiful traditional Housboat, driving quietly trough lakes, lagoons and canals, makes it very hard to believe, that there are also busy streets, offices and jobs in this world as well.

Total 4 hours Tour, every day 7 am and 2 pm. Pick up and drop, Beakfast or Lunch included.




Canoe is a light weight narrow open  boat for 2 people. The Fisherman paddler is taking you around the Backwaters to see the amusing beauty of the Periyar Lake.

Total 2 hours Tour. You can choose the time in early morning or in the evening.