The Land of Coconuts – Kerala, is known to be as one of the most beautiful geographical region in Southern Part of India. Kerala’s culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demographics, have made the state one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. In 2012, National  Geographic’s Traveller magazine named Kerala as one of the “ten paradises of the world” and “50 must see destinations of a lifetime”. Whatever titles these magazines give to this place, they’ll never be enough as this place is nothing less than a heaven on planet.

Kochi, India


Kochi, India
July – September

Tour Months

July – September
Tarmac, Hills, Easy


Tarmac, Hills, Easy
11 Days

No. of Days

11 Days
Rainy, Wet


Rainy, Wet
1310 Kms / 1310 Kms

Total Distance / Riding Distance

1310 Kms / 1310 Kms


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The infamous Kovalam Beach, and beautiful hill station ‘Munnar’ is quite popular among the tourist. But we believe in exploring some other hidden treasures of nature like a traveler in our every tour and that is why we’ll be riding through different trails of Periyar to explore some more amazing spots. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Varkala Beach, and the exploration of the famous Kochi City is also key ingredients of this tour. 

So why don’t you have a look at the detailed tour itinerary of the tour, and let us know when you’re going to be onboard with us on this.


  • Day 1

    Arrival Kochi Airport, Kerala

    On the very first day, when you’ll arrive at Kochi Airport our crew member will come and greet you at the airport and will assist you till the airport. This state is nothing less than heaven on earth, otherwise also known as Kerala (Land of Coconuts)  or ‘God’s Own Country’. After you’ll relax we will arrange sightseeing of Kochi city include the Fort Kochi and thereafter after returning back to our hotels we will have our dinner, of course that too in South Indian Traditional style.

  • Day 2

    Kochi to Alleppy (90km, 2hrs)

    A small briefing session will be conducted to introduce our team for the tour. Thereafter, we’ll proceed with our ‘maiden’ voyage along charming, overgrown coastal roads and through some delightful fisherman’s villages, to Alleppy. In the evening we’ll experience the Backwater brilliance of Kerala on a typical houseboat, exploring village life in Southern India from the water. After a sumptuous dinner, we’ll overnight on a traditional Kerala houseboat.

  • Day 3

    Alleppy to Munnar (140km, 5-6hrs)

    The day when we will be starting the real south indian tour on motorcycle when we’ll witness nature’s beauty. We’ll ride through the busy streets of Kochi (Cochin) and gradually wind our way up the hills to infamous destination Munnar, renowned for its tea plantations. Some of the best Indian tea comes from this part of India. On arrival at Munnar, we’ll check into the hotel, after which we’ll have a stroll in the tea plantations.

  • Day 4

    Munnar to Indira Gandhi national park (Topslip) (180km, 6-7hrs)

    Today, we explore the Nilgiri Mountains, where some 35 steep hairpin bends will make for an exciting ascend. The area is lush with vegetation and teeming with wildlife and is the source of a thousand streams and rivers. It is a land of peaks and precipices, rolling grasslands in the foothills and dense jungles.

  • Day 5

    Indira Gandhi National Park to Silent Valley (170km, 6hrs)

    Silent Valley national park stretches as far as the eastern Nilgiri Mountains. This part of the park is one of the most preserved tropical virgin forests comprising of diverse fauna such as elephants, tigers, panthers, wild boars, monkeys and lion tail macaques. Hill tribes inhabit most of this region.  Your overnight stay will be arranged inside the National Park premises right into the nature we will inside our dinner along with bonfire.

  • Day 6

    Day 06 – Silent Valley to Wayanad (150km, 5hrs)

    The Wayanad route is spectacular. During our ascent, the view of the plains is simply splendid. Look out for the verdant pepper, cinnamon, cumin and nutmeg plantations, and also, the endless eucalyptus forests. Created in 1973, the Wayanad Park comprises of all the natural reserves in Kerala and is also known as The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.

  • Day 7

    Wayanad to Ooty (100km, 4-5hrs)

    The Nilgiri hills are the highest mountain range in Tamil Nadu, of which the Mount Dodabetta peak is 2637m high. Ooty is among the best hill destinations of India, especially in the South. Its tropical climate makes it an important agricultural belt, where coffee, tea, spices, flowers and rare essences are produced. This hill station is nestled in the heart of the Nilgiri Mountains and surrounded by dense eucalyptus and tea tree forests. We will be serving the dinner at hotels for the night.

  • Day 8

    Ooty to Kodaikanal (200km, 8hrs)

    Descending from Ooty, we’ll negotiate around 20 hairpins down to and then across the Coimbatore plain. We keep riding, our motorcycles thundering all the way up to Kodaikanal. Kodaikanal is a hill town in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It’s set in an area of granite cliffs, forested valleys, lakes, waterfalls and grassy hills. At 2,000 meters above sea level, the town centers around man-made, star-shaped Kodaikanal Lake, bordered by evergreen forest. Rowing boats can be hired, and hikers and cyclists follow the 5k Lake Road path around the shore.

  • Day 9

    Kodaikanal to Periyar (120km, 5hrs)

    The roads between Kodaikanal and Periyar will take us through several vibrant villages. After negotiating the downhill hair pins to the valley, we ascend to Periyar, a small border town located between Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most beautiful protected, impenetrable jungle areas of Southern India where among roughly 10 animal species, herds of wild elephants and about 40 tigers live

  • Day 10

    Periyar to Kochi (160km, 6hrs)

    The day will start after having a healthy breakfast including some Idlis and Vada(South Indian Dishes), we will ride down the Western Ghats on a delightful mountain road, passing through tea plantations and a few colonial vestiges. Heading towards the coast, we go through the backwaters and their alluring landscapes which are a harmonious symbiosis of coconut trees, turquoise water, and colourful sarees.

    This day will be our last day on motorcycles and we will host a farewell at dinner in the hotel.

  • Day 11

    Departure from Kochi

    You’ll be transferred to Kochi International Airport for your flight back home. Hopefully, you will have had a life changing motorcycling experience with us in Southern India. Further, if you wish to explore more with us in India, you’re most welcome and we would be more than happy to help. Let us know about your travel plans, and we will make the best arrangements

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