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April - September is classified as summer and off-peak. Temperatures tend to be very high in many places (sometimes hitting 40 degrees celcius in selected cities in North India). Between late May & early Sep you have the monsoons sweeping from South East to North West. However, it has many advantages for travel especially in Kerala where tempreatures do not rise very high (they tend to be between 30 - 36 degrees celcius in the warmest of times). It is one of the best times to experience the rejuvenation therapy of Ayurveda and also a great opportunity to tap the knowledge of excellent chefs and cookery experts to learn ones of the unique types of cuisine in India. It is one of the unique types of cuisine in India with dishes like Aviyal, Thoran, banana bhajis, Paal Payasam which are very different to the well known North Indian dishes such as Roti, Daal, samosas & subjis of North India. If you can go late in early May you can avail of the off-peak season rates in some of the excellent hotels like Coconut Lagoon & Marari Beach Resort and still avoid the monsoons. Also, if you avail of the Keralite cuisine programme in mid September, you can avail of the same hotels in late September and pay a smaller percentage than early October which is considreably more expensive.

Learn Keralite Cuisine in Kochi.

Learn Keralite Cuisine: A special 7 night's programme offered by Eden Garden that includes transfers, one day sightseeing in Kochi, two trips to the markets to view spices, 4 cooking classes and a last day to try your hand at Keralite cuisine.

Kerala Ayurveda by specialist doctors in Kochi and learn Keralite Cuisine at Eden Garden.

Ayurveda Plus Learn Keralan Cuisine at the same time: A special 7 night's programme offered by Eden Garden that includes transfers, one day sightseeing in Kochi, three days of Ayurveda which includes face, head and body massage, 3 cooking classes in Keralan cuisine.

Houseboat Holidays in Kerala.

Houseboat Holidays starting from Allepey in Kerala for:
  • 2 nights
  • 3 nights
  • 5 nights

KASHMIR: Finally back on the Tourist map.

After a very long 25 year exile from tourism due to the political unrest, this beautiful region of excellent lakes & mountains is back to welcome its visitors. The foreign office has finally given the green light for visitors to Srinagar in Kashmir. Staying in a houseboat in Nagin or Dal Lake is an excellent way to complete a trip after a visit to Rajasthan. You can sample the Kashmiri cuisine including jasmine tea. You can take Shikara rides along the lakes or visit the excellent gardens.



You can tailor-make a trip that suits your individual requirements.
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