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Planning a trip to Kerala?

We might be able to pull a string or two and get a personalised trip arranged. A mixture of home stays & hotels. And a car, if needed.

We are not part of any tour or travel company. We are just connecting you to some of our old friends and their families.

Leave a comment here to get in touch with us.

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15 Comments

  1. sarah

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  2. Rama

    Hi
    I happened to stumble upon your website quite by chance and I LOVE IT! It is exactly what I would love to do but well, never quite got around to it. I need a bit of help – am planning a north kerala drive between Dec 20-30. Am still in the process of figuring out accommodation

    Coimbatore – Parambikullam – Thirussur – Malappuram – Kozhikode – Kannur (Muzhapilangad the Drive In Beach) Bakil/Nilswaram/Valiyaparamba

    Any suggestions on homestay/contacts would be fabulous! Thanks – you can also mail me on rama@hungama.com

  3. Jacob

    Hi,

    I am based in Chennai, wish to visit places like Kottayama , Thekkady and Alapppuzha..Can you help me with staying options and other arangements. I work for a US based bank here.

    Regards
    Jacob

  4. Leonard

    dear sir

    i am from mumbai …was planing my honeymoon in your state..can u guide me please?if possible can i contact you on phone /?

    thanks and warm regards

    Leonard

  5. thecouple

    Hi Hubert,

    sorry for the delay. we don’t know about homestays in nashik. can check on the web, but wont’t be able to vouch for it.

    on nashik – goa, let me check and revert.

    thanks

  6. Hubert

    hi!

    i’m planning a road trip to the nashik valley – in may this year – and would be grateful for yr suggestions/recommendations of good – meaning quite, peaceful, scenic – homestays while we are there.
    also, any suggestions for the return drive back to goa??

    thanks & regards

    Hubert

  7. Deepti

    Thanks guys,

    n just a note of caution, whn u go to ranthambore dont book the full day safari, they take u in the park n make u sit in the park office for 3 hrs in between two safari’s…so the better option would be to book a morning and a evening safari, in which case ull mite get 2 seperate routes as well…hence exploring a larger area of the park:).

    Deepti

  8. thecouple

    hi deepti,

    thanks for the comments. we are planning for a trip to ranthambore soon.

    if you are planning to stay on Maharashtra side (Pench-Sillari), you are very unlikely to see a tiger. In case the bookings etc are done here, suggest that you go to MP side for the safari.

    we are not sure what is around Pench other than the sanctuary. some people combine Kanha and Pench visits. Kanha is about 170 km from Pench and the journey is supposedly good (we haven’t been to Kanha yet).

    have a nice trip

    unny & bindhu

  9. Deepti

    Hey,

    U guys really hv a great site…its interesting to c the places u hv been….i really hope i can visit thm all someday….well since u guys hv been to so many wild life safari’s i think u should try Ranthambore as well…v went there this april n actually caught a glimpse of a tiger on each of our park rounds…….

    We are currently planning a trip to Pench, if you could suggest other places to visit while v r there that would be great:) We are planning to be there from 5th to 8th Nov.

    Regards,
    Deepti

  10. thecouple

    hi anupama,
    if time is not a constraint, dont take the highway till Hubli/Dharwad.
    suggest bangalore-Kunigal-hassan-chikmaglur-shimoga-jog-sirsi-yellapur-dandeli route. might need 2 night stopovers before reaching dandeli.
    dandeli to karwar passes through anshi national park. look for some literature on this on the web to make the best of it.

    from wayanad to bangalore, there are multiple options. getting into nagarhole national park from manantwady and getting out via Hunsur is a great drive through the park.

    karwar to calicut will have enough beach options.

    normally we carry all the maps and keep looking for signboards and take on the spur detours. it is a great way of exploring.

    happy journey.

  11. anupama

    Hi
    we are planning a circuitous drive from bangalore-dandeli-karwar- mangalore- calicut -wayanad – bangalore. If you have any suggestions- would be really help a lot! 🙂

  12. biju charles

    We r planning a trip to Kottayam. We plan to stay around Kottayam in a home stay. Can u give us details on any good location in and around this destination.

  13. Giri Prasad

    Yes i would be intrested Kindly let me know what this is all about,I live in chennai and i work for Satyam Bpo.

    Cheers
    Giri

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