Kerala Hike, bike & kayak in India

Cycle, kayak and walk your way around Kerala on this two week tailor made holiday that includes cycle rides of 55kms and an overnight backwater cruise.
Fort Kochi Western Ghats Thattekkad Hornbill Camp Periyar riverbank Neriyamanagalam eco boutique resort Muthuvaankudi Munnar Anaerangal Lake Vandanmedu Periyar Tiger Reserve Vagamon Kerala backwaters
US $1880 excluding flights
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13 Days
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Accommodation, most meals, kayaks/ cycles, helmets / life jackets, accompanying guide, accompanying vehicle.
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Description of Kerala Hike, bike & kayak in India

Thereís just something about the sunshine, scenery and smiles of southern India that make a Kerala activity holiday all the more appealing with chances to hike, bike and kayak your way around the regionís historic backwaters, a real joy for those who are looking to keep active outdoors.

From Fort Kichi and the Western Ghats to the hill station at Munnar and Periyar Tiger Reserve, this two-week Kerala activity holiday letís you discover the very best of southern India in the most enjoyable way possible with kayaking close to Alleppey about as relaxing an experience as you can ever hope to imagine.

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US $1880 excluding flights
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Accommodation, most meals, kayaks/ cycles, helmets / life jackets, accompanying guide, accompanying vehicle.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can also be tailor-made to suit your interests, time schedules and budget requirements. Minimum age 12 years.

Travel guides

Kerala is like opening up a lucky bag of surprises. The first thing most people pick out is the western coastline that unfurls along the Arabian Sea. ...
South India

Holiday information

Dietary requirements:
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.


5 Reviews of Kerala Hike, bike & kayak in India

4.5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 15 Feb 2018 by

It is impossible to point out one most exciting part of the three week long stay in Kerala. Cycling, trekking, kayaking, smelling and tasting, it was all very good. It was a very good holiday. Read full review

Reviewed on 15 Jan 2017 by

Having a varied programme with a mixture of activities (kayaking, swimming, hiking and cycling) interspersed with fantastic scenery and wildlife and very friendly and informative staff was the best part. A wonderful family orientated holiday, with fun activities, beautiful countryside, helpful staff and excellent food. Read full review

Reviewed on 03 Mar 2013 by

It surpassed our expectations. The best parts were Cycling through villages, with all the children running out to greet us, and giving us "high 5's"as we passed through - Standing on top of the 2nd highest mountain in South India, having just trekked to the top. Staying for the night on a rice boat... Read full review

Reviewed on 04 Mar 2013 by

Brilliant! The first 10 days are very intensive - cycling and walking with lots of new experiences along the way. The last few gave us plenty of time to wind down and relax so that we have arrived home feeling completely refreshed. Read full review

Reviewed on 24 Feb 2012 by

The diversity in this two week training camp was really something. From Kayaking in +30c to staying in a tent with -4c. And the intensity of the cycling. 100 km up and down. But then always guides with loads of bananas, beer and kindness. Read full review

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


By staying at environmentally low impact accommodation like the Hornbill Camp, we hope to bring in awareness about Responsible Tourism among the general public. Hornbill Camp is made of locally available materials and constructed exclusively by using locally available expertise in reed leaf thatching. There is very little concrete used, instead tents are used. The water is heated using solar heaters and the kitchen refuse is recycled for use in the spice plantations nearby.


The members of the local communities are involved in each and every activity of this tour. The visit to spice farms and staying at homestays also adds to the local economy in a big way, both directly and indirectly. Vegetables and fruits used at these places are locally grown and the proceeds go directly into the hands of the farmer rather than a big corporation, thus making them stake holders in such a tour as this.

The treks are always led by tribal trackers and members from the local community, who have over the years come to depended almost exclusively upon income from tourism related activities, due to slowing down of their farm-related traditional incomes. The treks in Munnar leave only a miniscule carbon footprint and present itself as an alternative form of tourism as opposed to the mass tourism normally seen in such hill stations.

This is also the case with kayaking, which once again utilizes the services of the local youth, who are expert oarsmen, helping them make an alternate livelihood since their traditional livelihood from fishing has seen a serious decline in recent past. We always employ local drivers during all our tours. Our supplies like vegetables and poultry are always sourced from villagers residing near the camp & we promote local businesses by using local jeeps and locally owned wooden canoes for moving on the river, whenever possible.

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