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KERALITE CUISINE COURSE by EDEN GARDEN, KOCHI. Starts and concludes in Kochi (5 nights/6 days): (Trip operates between April - September.).



Some of the sights within are listed below:-
Kerala Backwaters: Travelling by boat along the Kerala backwaters is an experience not to be missed. The backwaters is an amazing network of lakes, canals, lagoons and rivers and coconut trees on the banks. You can view chinese fishing nets and small village settlements along the narrow strips of land along the route.
Kochi: A inter-connection of islands. Diverse places to view such as The Jewish Synagogue, Mattancherry Palace, Fort Cochin. An excellent place to view Kathakali dancing (a unique motion of body and the facial features).

About the Accommodation.
Eden Garden, Kochi: Eden Garden is a character oriented family run homestay/ hotel. It is an old fashioned small mansion that we have used for numerous travellers in the past. Majority of them have been very satisfied with their stay in Kochi. Many of them have stated how much they enjoyed the cuisine at Eden Garden during their stay. Hence, we decided to team with Judith at Eden Garden to provide a chance for our guests to learn cullinary skills from her. There is no better way of enjoying the food than watching the demonstration of the food being cooked and having it for lunch or dinner. She is available for parting her skills in the Indian summer season which is also the best time for enjoying the benefits of Ayurveda.


Detailed itinerary is given below:

Day Skeleton Itinerary
01 KERALITE CUISINE COURSE by EDEN GARDEN . 7 NIGHTS WITH 4 DAYS OF COOKING LESSONS: Arrival transfer from airport or railway station to Hotel Eden Garden for 7 night's stay on a MAP basis (Note: MAP stands for Modified American Plan which means Breakfast + lunch or dinner per night's stay.). Dinner at homestay.
02 KOCHI. After breakfast full day sightseeing of Kochi for 8 hours (0930 - 1730 hrs). Return back to homestay for dinner.
03 KOCHI. After breakfast, have a discussion of the various spices used in a typical Keralite dish. Then drive or walk to a local market in Kochi to purchase the spices. Then late afternoon demonstrate the cooking of a typical Keralan starter dish like a banana pakoda. Dinner at homestay.
04 KOCHI. After breakfast have a discussion of the Keralite main courses. Morning at leisure in Kochi to explore Fort Kochi by foot. Then late afternoon demonstrate the cooking of a typical Keralan main course dish. This could be sea food oriented if you are non-vegetarian or a typical Keralan dish like Aviyal if you are vegetarian.
05 KOCHI. After breakfast have a discussion of Keralan breakfasts and deserts. Day at lesiure in Kochi. Then late afternoon/early evening demonstrate the cooking of a Keralan sweet dish like Paal Payasam followed by dinner.
06 KOCHI. After breakfast, departure transfer from hotel to airport or railway station for onward travels.

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