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Blue Water Holidays - ABTA - ATOL - CLIA
01756 706500
+44 1756 706500

Cochin and the Kerala Backwaters

A unique brand-new cruise along the Kerala Backwaters, a network of scenic canals, lake and lagoons with include visits to Kerala's remote villages, temples and churches on 18-passenger Vaikundam

Fly-Cruise Package
11 nights from £1845pp

River Cruise Holiday
  • Kerala Backwaters Cruising
  • Kerala Backwaters Cruising
  • Chinese Fishing Nets
  • Sunset in Cochin
  • Cochin - Sari Making
  • Cochin
  • A Local School
  • A local village
  • Aranmula
  • Champakullam
  • Coir in Changanda Village
  • Changanda Village
  • Classical Dancing on Board Vaikundam
  • Kalaripayattu - Martial Arts Performance
  • Karaimudi Village
  • Kathakali Dance
  • Metal Mirror Making
  • Metal Bell Making
  • St Thomas Church

Call us now on 01756 706500 to secure your cabin!

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New for 2020!

Cochin and the Kerala Backwaters Special Offer

The Kerala Backwaters are a vast network of scenic rivers, lakes and lagoons, so this area is often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’. These waterways are popular with day trips or short breaks, but Far Horizon are the first to offer a longer 7-night cruise between Cochin and Alleppey on board Vaikundam. Vaikundam is a 9-cabin houseboat, built with a balance of traditional décor and modern facilities. This itinerary has been created to combine lots of relaxing cruising time to take in the scenery of the Kerala Backwaters, with visits to remote local villages, churches and temples to experience and understand Kerala's history, culture and traditions.

Begin with a 2-night stay at either the Brunton Boatyard hotel or Taj Malabar hotel in Cochin. Spend a day exploring the Old Fort Cochin area. This is a bustling area, steeped in history and culture. Fort Cochin has a European heritage as it was granted to the Portuguese in 1503 before foreign control ended in 1947 with the Indian Independence. The area is filled with well-preserved buildings from the colonial times including the Dutch Palace which was built as a gift by the Portuguese before being renovated by the Dutch. Other highlights include the Church of St Francis, India's first European church, famed as the original burial site of Portuguese explorer, Vasco de Gama.

After a pre-cruise stay, transfer to join Vaikundam for a 7-night cruise along Kerala's Backwaters. This unique itinerary explores off-the-beaten track, visiting remote villages along the way. Stop at the village of Nettoor, home to the authentic training centre for Kalaripayattu, the traditional martial art of Kerala. Enjoy a mesmerising performance from the students, who are all ensuring this traditional art form stays alive by passing it down through the generations. Take a Tuk Tuk to the ancient temple of Shiva and visit a cultural centre to watch Kathakali, a traditional, dramatic style dance. The colourful makeup and outfits are the centre of this style of dance which is performed with miming and eye movements to tell the story.

It is common in Kerala that the ladies spend their afternoons in their homes coir weaving to make extra income for the family, so you can see how coir weavers turn the natural fibre from the coconut into a strong rope before cruising through the Thanneermukkom barrage, built across Vembanad, the largest lake in Kerala, to divide the fresh water and salty water. Also enjoy a Syrian-Christian cooking demonstration at a homestay farm which featured in Rick Stein’s India cookbook. An early start follows - set out to the Kumarakom bird sanctuary, a cluster of lagoons of Lake Vembanad where waterfowl, cuckoo, egrets and crabs are just some of the species spotted. Another highlight of the cruise is a visit to Aranmula. Here, the craftsmen preserve a special skill making mirrors using a method which has been perfected over generations, and these mirrors have a distinctive feature as they are 100% reflective, unlike common mirrors. The locals consider these mirrors to bring luck when placed in the home.

This itinerary is ideal for the more adventurous traveller who is looking for somewhere new and different to explore, off-the-beaten-track.

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Cochin to Alleppey

Day 1 - UK - Cochin (India)

Fly from the UK overnight to Cochin.

Day 2 - Cochin

Arrive in Cochin. Transfer from the airport for a 2-night stay at the Brunton Boatyard Hotel (we can also offer the Taj Malabar hotel as an alternative for a small supplement).

Day 3 - Cochin

Spend the day exploring the Old Fort Kochi area with a local guide. This is a bustling area, steeped in history and culture. Fort Kochi has a European heritage as it was granted to the Portuguese in 1503 before foreign control ended in 1947 with the Indian Independence. The area is filled with well-preserved buildings from the colonial times including the Dutch Palace which was built as a gift by the Portuguese before being renovated by the Dutch. Highlights of Old Fort Cochin also include the Church of St Francis, India’s first European church, famed as the original burial site of Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama. (B)

Day 4 - Cochin - Nettoor - Vaikom

Drive to the village of Nettoor to visit a Kalari - an authentic training centre for traditional martial art Kalaripayattu, which is said to have given birth to all martial arts. After witness the performance, we will drive to nearby Maradu village to board RV Vaikundam. Set sail along the Kerala Backwaters and enjoy a traditional Kerala lunch on board. Your guide will talk about more Cochin, the Queen of the Arabian Sea. Visit the village of Vaikom to watch Kathakali, a traditional dramatic and mimetic dance form which tells stories through a unique blend of dance, music, action and make-up. After, take a short Tuk Tuk ride to the ancient temple of Shiva. Relax on board this evening. (B,L,D)

Day 5 - Vaikom - Chenganda - Kumarakom

After breakfast we sail to Chenganda village. The people of this rustic village are having a laid-back and peaceful life. Visit the village spending time with the coir weavers, the shell harvesters and farmers, engaging in conversation about the riparian life and watching various indigenous techniques of fishing. Chenganda village is devoted to making coir. Return to the boat and cruise to Thanneermukkom. The barrage at Thanneermukkom built across Vembanad, the largest lake of Kerala, divides the lake into two; one half with perennial salty water and the other with fresh water enriched by rivers. This afternoon, visit the house of a Syrian Christian family for a home hosted lunch. This house is located on an island which was made by the men of the house, by reclaiming land from Backwaters. A walk in the farm will be educative. The hostess will demonstrate the preparation of traditional Syrian Christian cuisine. You may also try your hand at cooking and listen to the story of her family, of three generations of laborious men, and equally strong women who supported their pioneering spirit. (B,L,D)

Day 6 - Kumarakom – Kavalam

Early this morning, set out by country boat to watch the migratory and endemic birds of Kumarakom, which is a cluster of lagoons of Lake Vembanad, at the backdrop of mangroves, paddy fields and coconut groves. Waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, egret, heron and the water duck are some of the endemic species seen here. Parrots, teal, larks, flycatchers, wood beetle, and other birds are seen here during their respective migratory seasons. Return to the boat, refresh and while cruising an elaborate breakfast will be served. While cruising the lake, pass by expanses of the oldest paddy cultivating regions reclaimed from the bed of the Lake – Vembanad. These paddy fields are below sea level. Lunch will be served while cruising. Arrive in Kavalam where river Pampa reverses its course and drain into Lake Vembanad. You may take the ferry to explore the region, walk along the dykes surrounding the expanses of paddy fields and interact with the farmers and women’s collective. As you cruise, along the way we interact with toddy tappers, who collect the sap of coconut palm and make the alcoholic beverage – Toddy. Learn about the process of making toddy and an opportunity to taste it. Continue the cruise till dusk, through the remote interiors of Kavalam. (B,L,D)

Day 7 - Kavalam – Kainakari – Mankompu

After breakfast cruise to Kainakari, passing through the oldest and core regions of paddy cultivation on reclaimed land from the lake. Take the country boat to cruising through the narrow canals, get closer to the laid-back, yet harmonious, life along the way. Stop to visit the Chavara Bhavan, the ancestral home of Saint Kuriakose Chavara which is now preserved as a museum. Saint Chavara, the first canonized Catholic male saint of Indian origin, was the co-founder of the first congregation for men, the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate – C.M.I, and of a similar one for women, Congregation of the Mother of Carmel C.M.C. He had dedicated his life for the upliftment of the poorest among the poor. Return to boat. After having lunch onboard, cruise to Mankompu village. While cruising, enjoy an informative lecture by an Ayurveda doctor to know about this 5000-years old Science of life – Ayurveda, which is still being practiced by the local people. Cruise to Mankompu village where we will witness a cultural performance. (B,L,D)

Day 8 - Mankompu – Aranmula - Champakkulam - Changankari

After early breakfast, we drive to an ancient village, Aranmula, famous for its metal mirrors. The technical know-how behind the making of this unique metal mirror is confined to only some households of master craftsmen in Aranmula. These mirrors have the distinctive feature of 100% reflection unlike the common mirror. These mirrors are unique to this locale and haven’t yet been replicated anywhere else in the world. Then visit the ancient temple of Lord Krishna “Aranmula Sree Parthasarthy Temple”. The story goes that the temple had its idol brought here in a raft made with “Aru (six)” pieces of “Mula (bamboo)”. This is what gave the place Aranmula its name as well. Dedicated to the Hindu Deity Lord Krishna, the temple is situated on the banks of the Pamba River. Have a traditional lunch at a beautiful house of a local family, situated along the bank of Pampa River. After lunch, visit the institute intended for promotion and presentation of Traditional Architecture and Mural Painting. Return to boat and enjoy a relaxing cruise watching the laid-back village of farmers. Drive back to board our boat and will sail to Champakkulam village. Kerala’s old spice trade used to pass through this town enroute to Cochin and other ports on the west coast. Champakkulam settled more than 1000 years ago by Syrian Christian traders, who later converted to Roman Catholicism under the Portuguese. Visit the St. Mary’s Church, one among the oldest churches in Kerala, the St. Mary’s Church or Champakkulam Church in Alappuzha is believed to be one of the seven established by St. Thomas in AD 427. You may meet and interact with the tailors and the local artisans (open on weekdays) who make biblical heroes. Continue cruising to the remote village –Changankari, passing through the serene canals.(B,L,D)

Day 9 - Changankari – Thottappalli

Early this morning, enjoy a leisurely walk in the laid-back village. After breakfast, continue our sailing towards the coastal village, Thottappalli, passing by the spillway at the southern area of Kuttanad, which prevents the saline water at river mouth from flooding the low-lying paddy fields. Get to know about indigenous practices of paddy cultivation on reclaimed land at lower altitude than the Sea. Honouring your cruise in Kerala, plant a sapling of coconut. Coconut tree is considered as the ‘Kalpavriksha ‘or the Divine tree of Kerala because all parts of coconut tree are useful in one way or the other: the water inside is a healthy drink; the fresh kernel and the oil extract from dried kernel are inevitable components of South Indian cuisine; fibre from the coconut husk is used to make coir, mats and geotextile; the palm fronds are used for thatching roof; the wood suitable for making furniture and all the dried parts of coconut make good firewood. Last, but not the least, the toddy – the boost for the labourers toiling in the fields. Stop at Thottapalli and enjoy a walk to the beach to see the life along the coast. (B,L,D)

Day 10 - Thottappalli – Karumadi – Kanjippadom

After breakfast, take a short drive (approx. 30 min) to visit an ancient sacred grove where serpents are worshipped, the only temple in Kerala having female priests. Walk inside to see the rituals going on. The cult of snake worship in Kerala is closely interwoven with the life of the people and is a component of its rich cultural heritage. Continue our drive (approx. 45 minutes) to an ancient village Mannar (45minutes) which is famous for bell metal craft to watch casting of traditional lamps, ornate locks, bells, cauldrons and various types of vessels being used in temples. Fine clay, which is easily available on the bank of the river and rivulets flowing through the region, is being used for the lost wax method of casting of these bell metal products (The workplace remains closed on Sundays and religious holidays). Return to the boat for lunch and sail to a quaint village Karumadi. Take a walk around a small shrine preserving the ruin of a sculpture of Buddha that dates back to the 11th century, made of solid black granite. Stop at Kanjippadom and explore the village by a leisurely walk. Visit the boat building yard to understand the traditional method of wooden boat building by joining wooden planks using coir, cotton and natural resin known as Kettuvallom. (B,L,D)

Day 11 - Kanjippadom – Punnamada - Alleppey

After breakfast, cruise to Punnamada lake. Punnamada Lake is the venue of the annual Snake boat race which held on 2nd Saturday of August every year. People gather in large numbers to watch nearly 100 ft long boats compete against each other to the tune of old boat songs. Disembark after breakfast and transfer to the Courtyard by Marriott Cochin Airport hotel for an overnight stay. (B)

Day 12 - Cochin - UK

Make your own way to the airport after breakfast for your return flight to the UK (a complimentary shuttle is usually available, ask at reception). (B)

Please note, this is a unique cruise with just 18 passengers, so the itinerary may be altered during the trip. Key: B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner

Alleppey to Cochin

Day 1 - UK - Cochin (India)

Fly from the UK overnight to Cochin.

Day 2 - Cochin

Arrive in Cochin. Transfer from the airport for a 2-night stay at the Brunton Boatyard Hotel (we can also offer the Taj Malabar hotel as an alternative for a small supplement).

Day 3 - Cochin

Spend the day exploring the Old Fort Kochi area with a local guide. This is a bustling area, steeped in history and culture. Fort Kochi has a European heritage as it was granted to the Portuguese in 1503 before foreign control ended in 1947 with the Indian Independence. The area is filled with well-preserved buildings from the colonial times including the Dutch Palace which was built as a gift by the Portuguese before being renovated by the Dutch. Highlights of Old Fort Cochin also include the Church of St Francis, India’s first European church, famed as the original burial site of Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama. (B)

Day 4 - Cochin - Alleppey - Punnamada - Kanjippadom

Transfer from Cochin to board RV Vaikundam this afternoon at Punnamada in Alleppey. Punnamada Lake is the venue of the annual Snake boat race which held on 2nd Saturday of August every year. People gather in large numbers to watch nearly 100 ft long boats compete against each other to the tune of old boat songs. Begin cruising along the Kerala Backwaters and enjoy a traditional lunch on board. Stop at Kanjippadom and explore the village by a leisurely walk. Also visit the boat building yard to understand the traditional method of wooden boat building by joining wooden planks using coir, cotton and natural resin known as Kettuvallom. (B,L,D)

Day 5 - Kanjippadom - Karumadi - Thottappalli

After breakfast, take a short drive (approx. 30 min) to visit an ancient sacred grove where serpents are worshipped, the only temple in Kerala having female priests. Walk inside to see the rituals going on. The cult of snake worship in Kerala is closely interwoven with the life of the people and is a component of its rich cultural heritage. Continue the drive (approx. 45 minutes) to an ancient village Mannar (45minutes) which is famous for bell metal craft to watch casting of traditional lamps, ornate locks, bells, cauldrons and various types of vessels being used in temples. Fine clay, which is easily available on the bank of the river and rivulets flowing through the region, is being used for the lost wax method of casting of these bell metal products (The workplace remains closed on Sundays and religious holidays). Return to the boat for lunch and sail to a quaint village Karumadi. Take a walk around a small shrine preserving the ruin of a sculpture of Buddha that dates back to the 11th century, made of solid black granite. Continue sailing towards the coastal village, Thottappalli, passing by the spillway at the southern area of Kuttanad, which prevents the saline water at river mouth from flooding the low-lying paddy fields. Get to know about indigenous practices of paddy cultivation on reclaimed land at lower altitude than the Sea. Stop at Thottapalli and will enjoy a walk to the beach to see the life along the coast. (B,L,D)

Day 6 - Thottappalli – Changankari

This morning we can enjoy a leisurely walk in the laid-back village. After breakfast on-board, honouring your cruise in Kerala, planting a sapling of coconut. Coconut tree is considered as the ‘Kalpavriksha ‘or the Divine tree of Kerala because all parts of coconut tree are useful in one way or the other: the water inside is a healthy drink; the fresh kernel and the oil extract from dried kernel are inevitable components of South Indian cuisine; fibre from the coconut husk is used to make coir, mats and geotextile; the palm fronds are used for thatching roof; the wood suitable for making furniture and all the dried parts of coconut make good firewood. Last, but not the least, the toddy – the boost for the labourers toiling in the fields. While cruising, have an informative lecture by an Ayurveda doctor to know about this 5000-years old Science of life – Ayurveda, which is still being practiced by the local people. Visit the remote village of Changankari this evening. (B,L,D)

Day 7 - Changankari – Champakkulam – Mankompu

After early breakfast, drive to an ancient village, Aranmula, famous for its metal mirrors. The technical know-how behind the making of this unique metal mirror is confined to only some households of master craftsmen in Aranmula. These mirrors have the distinctive feature of 100% reflection unlike the common mirror. These mirrors are unique to this locale and haven’t yet been replicated anywhere else in the world. Then visit the ancient temple of Lord Krishna “Aranmula Sree Parthasarthy Temple”. The story goes that the temple had its idol brought here in a raft made with “Aru (six)” pieces of “Mula (bamboo)”. This is what gave the place Aranmula its name as well. Dedicated to the Hindu Deity Lord Krishna, the temple is situated on the banks of the Pamba River. Have a traditional lunch at a beautiful house of a local family, situated along the bank of Pampa River. Post lunch, visit the institute intended for promotion and presentation of Traditional Architecture and Mural Painting. Drive back to board the boat and sail to Champakkulam village. Kerala’s old spice trade used to pass through this town enroute to Cochin and other ports on the west coast. Champakkulam settled more than 1000 years ago by Syrian Christian traders, who later converted to Roman Catholicism under the Portuguese. Visit the St. Mary’s Church, one among the oldest churches in Kerala, the St. Mary’s Church or Champakkulam Church in Alappuzha is believed to be one of the seven established by St. Thomas in AD 427. Cruise to Mankompu village where we will witness a cultural performance. (B,L,D)

Day 8 - Mankompu – Kainakari – Kavalam

After breakfast, cruise to Kainakari. Take the country boat to cruising through the narrow canals, get closer to the laid-back, yet harmonious, life along the way. Stop to visit the Chavara Bhavan, the ancestral home of Saint Kuriakose Chavara which is now preserved as a museum. Saint Chavara, the first canonized Catholic male saint of Indian origin, was the co-founder of the first congregation for men, the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate – C.M.I, and of a similar one for women, Congregation of the Mother of Carmel C.M.C. He had dedicated his life for the upliftment of the poorest among the poor. Return to the boat. Lunch onboard, while cruising to Kavalam, where the river reverses its course and drain into Lake Vembanad. You may take the ferry to explore the region, walk along the dykes surrounding the expanses of paddy fields and interact with the farmers and women’s collective. (B,L,D)

Day 9 - Kavalam – Kumarakom

Early this morning, set out by country boat to watch the migratory and endemic birds of Kumarakom, which is a cluster of lagoons of Lake Vembanad, at the backdrop of mangroves, paddy fields and coconut groves. Waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, egret, heron and the water duck are some of the endemic species seen here. Parrots, teal, larks, flycatchers, wood beetle, and other birds are seen here during their respective migratory seasons. This afternoon, visit the house of a Syrian Christian family for a home hosted lunch. This house is located on an island which was made by the men of the house, by reclaiming land from Backwaters. A walk in the farm will be educative. The hostess will demonstrate the preparation of traditional Syrian Christian cuisine. You may also try your hand at cooking and listen to the story of her family, of three generations of laborious men, and equally strong women who supported their pioneering spirit. Return to the boat and cruise to Thanneermukkom. The barrage at Thanneermukkom built across Vembanad, the largest lake of Kerala, divides the lake into two; one half with perennial salty water and the other with fresh water enriched by rivers. Relax on the boat, enjoying the gentle breeze and the beauty of the vastness and serenity of the majestic lake. (B,L,D)

Day 10 - Kumarakom – Chenganda – Vaikom

After breakfast sail to Chenganda village. The people of this rustic village are having a laid-back and peaceful life. Visit the village spending time with the coir weavers, the shell harvesters and farmers, engaging in conversation about the riparian life and watching various indigenous techniques of fishing. Chenganda village is devoted to making coir, which tomorrow might save the world from plastic. Return to the boat for lunch onboard. Stop at the ancient village, Vaikom. Take a short walk to visit the cultural centre to watch Kathakali, the traditional dramatic and mimetic dance form, which plays stories from epics. It is a unique blend of dance, music, action, literature and make-up. Experience the short tuk tuk ride to the ancient temple of Shiva. The architecture of temples in Kerala is based on ancient science of construction and geographical features of the land. As per the traditional architecture, each element of temple represents an element of human body and, a temple is not only the space for spiritual enlightenment but also the venue for harmonious social networking. (B,L,D)

Day 11 - Maradu - Nettoor - Cochin

Arrive at Maradu for disembarkation. Drive to the nearby village Nettoor, to visit a Kalari – an authentic training centre for traditional martial art Kalaripayattu, which is said to have given birth to all martial arts. After witness the performance, transfer to the airport for an overnight airport hotel stay. (B)

Day 12 - Cochin - UK

Make your own way to the airport after breakfast for your return flight to the UK (a complimentary shuttle is usually available, ask at reception). (B)

Please note, this is a unique cruise with just 18 passengers, so the itinerary may be altered during the trip. Key: B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner

Price Includes

  • 7-night full board cruise
  • 2-night hotel stay at the Brunton Boatyard hotel (Taj Malabar also available at a supplement) on B&B Basis
  • Overnight post-cruise airport hotel stay on B&B Basis
  • Return flights from the UK
  • All overseas and internal flights and transfers
  • Complimentary bottled water, tea and coffee throughout cruise
  • Sightseeing, excursions, tours and entrance fees
  • Services of a Tour Director

Price Does Not Include

  • Tips and Gratuities
  • Visa - a visa is required for India and must be printed and shown at each airport when departing and returning

Special Features

  • Brunton Boatyard Hotel - The Brunton Boatyard is a restored period building, set in historic Fort Cochin. The Brunton Boatyard considers itself to be a 5* hotel, and the interior reflects a blend of English, Portuguese and Dutch influences. 22 of the rooms at the Brunton Boatyard overlook the sea, and 4 have views of the pier and Fort Cochin town. Amenities in the rooms include tea/coffee maker, bathrobe, hairdryer, bottled drinking water, safe and complimentary Wi-Fi. There is a swimming pool and spa.
  • Taj Malabar Hotel - The Taj Malabar hotel is situated on Willingdon Island, a short drive from the restaurants and city highlights. This hotel has around 100 rooms and considers itself to be a luxury world-class hotel, with old-world charm. There is a complimentary Backwater cruise each evening. . Amenities in the rooms include tea/coffee maker, hairdryer, bottled drinking water, safe and complimentary Wi-Fi. There is a swimming pool and spa.
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2020 Departures £ price per person based on 2 people sharing

  • September
    • Sep 30th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
  • October
    • Oct 7th - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Oct 14th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Oct 21st - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
  • November
    • Nov 11th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Nov 25th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
  • December
    • Dec 2nd - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Dec 23rd - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845

2021 Departures £ price per person based on 2 people sharing

  • January
    • Jan 6th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Jan 13th - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Jan 20th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Jan 27th - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
  • February
    • Feb 3rd - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Feb 10th - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Feb 17th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Feb 24th - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
  • March
    • Mar 3rd - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Mar 10th - Cochin to Alleppey - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845
    • Mar 17th - Alleppey to Cochin - Sailing on: Vaikundam From: £1845
      Standard Cabin
      £1845

Price Information

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