SPECIAL ONE DAY TOUR PACKAGES ALONG WITH OUR AYURVEDIC WELLNESS PACKAGES

Rayirath Heritage offers one-day special tour packages that help to refresh your body and mind with your ayurvedic treatment packages. You can choose one of the following centres and it will open the enchanting beauty of Kerala, the “GOD’S OWN COUNTRY”.  Charges extra

1.GURUVAYOOR TEMPLE – ANAKOTTA – THALIKULAM BEACH

  Guruvayoor Temple – known as ‘Bhooloka Vaikunda’ is famous SreeKrishna Temple In Kerala. Anakkotta/ Punnathurkotta – was once the palace of a local ruler. Currently there are about 66 elephants. The elephants are ritual offerings made by the devotees of Lord Guruvayurappa -  Thalikulm Beach – known as ‘The beach of Silver Sands’ with calm and neat environment – The near by park is known as “Snehatheeram”  with an open air auditorium.

2.ONE DAY AT KERALA KALAMANDALAM

Kerala Kalamandalam  – is a major centre for learning Indian performing arts especially those that developed in the southern state of India, with the special emphasis on Kerala. It is situated in the banks of the Bharathapuzha River.  Vazhani Dam – one of the biggest clay dams in Kerala, is situated 23 km from Thrissur.

3.ATHIRAPILLY – VAZHACHAL WATERFALLS

Athirapilly/ Vazhachal waterfalls –These are the two most famous waterfalls in Kerala. Athirapilly is 80 feet high water falls, which is famous for Film shooting. Vazhachal Waterfalls- 5 km from Athirappilly and located amidst the dense green forests. Another attraction is near by water theme parks

4.ONE DAY AT ERANAKULAM

Thripunithura Palace – The main attraction is ‘Hill Palace Museum’ 12 km from Eranakulam, residency of the erstwhile Kochi Royal Family. Mattanchery Palace – built in 1557 by Keralavarma and renovated by the Dutch rulers. Jew Street – the oldest Synagogue in India was constructed in 1568. The street around the Synagogue is known as Jew Street.

5.KODUNGALLOOR TEMPLE – CHERAI BEACH

Kodungalloor Temple – Located at Kodungalloor known as the ancient Seaport MUZIRIZ’. Kodungalloor temple,a very famous Lord Devi Temple and believed to have been constructed during the reign of Chera King, Cheran Senkuttuvan. Cheraman Juma Masjid – The masjid was built around A.D 629. in the typical local style of architecture and said to be the first mosque constructed in India. – St. Thomas Church at Azheekode – believed that Thomas the Apostle of Jesus had landed here in AD 52 to spread Christianity in India. Cherai Beach – 10 km from Kodungaloor,  15 km of long golden beach is most clean, shallow beach in Kerala and attracts swimming and sunbathing Boating facility available at Azheekode backwater.

6.VEEGA LAND AMUSEMENT PARK

Veega Land – is the most popular amusement park in Kerala 12 km from Eranakulam.

7.NELLIYAMPATHI HILLS

Nellimapathy Hill Station – is a popular hill station 60 km away from Palakkad. Pothundi Dam and Sitarkund are the main attractions in Nelliampathy. The guest can watch wild animals closely like monkeys, deer and tiger, elephants, hill squirrels and bison’s etc.

8.PARAMBIKULAM WILD LIFE SANCTUARY

Parambikulam Wild Life Sanctuary – Parambikulam lies in the Anamala Hills, South of the Palghat Gap in the Western Ghats. The area is hilly and rocky, drained by several rivers.  Another attraction is famous Kannimara teak tree, allegedly the largest tree in Asia.  Here the guests can watch wild animals closely on early morning and evening.

9.SILENT VALLEY

Silent Valley – is located in the Nilgiri Hills, Palakkad , The park is one of the last undisturbed tracts of South Western Ghats mountain rain forests and tropical moist evergreen forest in India. The silent valley is famous for medium sized species of monkey, called the lion tailed macaque. Other animals include tigers, leopards, snakes, Malabar squirrel etc.

10.ONE DAY AT PALAKKAD

Palakkad Fort – situated in Palakkad town built in 1766 by Hyder Ali, The Sultan Of Mysore. Malampuzha Dam- The ‘Vrindavan’ of Kerala, 13 km from Palakkad town. The dam was constructed in 1955; The dam is located in idyllic surroundings with a hilly background. The beautiful garden on Mughal model below the dam is the star attraction for the tourists. The gigantic ‘Yakshi’ statue situated in the garden would cause surprise and wonder to anyone visiting Malampuzha. The amusement park with thrilling rides therein and the garden fountain are the other attraction

11.PEECHI DAM – ZOO – ART MUSEUM

Peechidam – 5 km from Rayirath Heritage, built across the Manali River, the dam is a vast catchments area of nearly 3,200 acres (1,300 ha) with extensive botanical garden and cascading fountains offer numerous inviting avenues for tourists. Chimminy Dam – Chimmini Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the western valley of Nelliampathy in Thrissur district. The dam has formed an artificial lake here across the Chimmini River. Kouthukapark – an amusement park which will entertain guests.

12.ONE DAY AT THRISSUR

Vadakumnathan Temple – Vadakumnathan Temple, also known as Thenkailasam and Vrishabhachalam, is one of the largest and ancient Shiva temples in Kerala and India. The vast area in and around the temple is the location of ‘Thrissur Pooram’, the superb temple spectacle in Kerala. Sakthan Thampuran Fort – Thrissur town is well known for its historical interest Shaktharan Thampuran Palace is one of the historic, cultural, architectural important palace of the erstwhile Maharaja of Cochin has been converted into a heritage museum. Vilangankunnu – Vilangankunnu is a situated in 7 km away from Thrissur. This is a beautiful hill where the guests enjoy the scenic beauty of Thrissur town and wetlands ( colpadam) of Thrissur from the hilltop. Thrissur Zoo and Art museum – opened in 1885 in the heart of Thrissur city. It is one of the oldest zoos in the country. The zoo compound includes a natural history museum and an art museum.

KODANAD

Kodanad, the elephant training center located at Perumbavoor In Eranakulam District, Kerala. Earlier the center engaged in capture of the elephants. The Kerala government was banned capture of the elephants in 1977, now the Kodanad center focuses on training elephants.

Kodanad elephant training center is a peaceful spot among forest-like environs. Elephants are being accommodated in the sturdy cage. The cage allows training in a more humane manner, instead of being torture-based. You can watch elephants being bathed if you reach the place by 7.30 am. The tourists can lend a helping hand while the mahouts scrub the elephants using coconut husks or even play with them. Elephant kids might get a wash inside the cage.

There is a small wildlife park at the center that attracts several tourists. The main attraction, however, are the elephants, particularly the kids and the older, but still young, elephants.

Interested tourists could also get an elephant-ride at the Kodanad center by paying a fee.