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Azamara & Seabourn – Small group excursion

Duration 7


  • All Entrance Fee
  • All Transferes
  • Experienced Guide
  • Lunch & Drinks
  • Pick-up & Drop
  • Pick-up & Drop from Cruise Terminal
  • Spice plantation visit


Lunch, private guide, all entrance fee

Pricing Details

  • $85

Tour Details

Azamara Quest & Seabourn Sojourn
November 10th & 29th 2015

Small group Excursion with private Guide

Muziris heritage – Day Tours offers a wide variety of shore excursions to fit your lifestyle and your 3 days visit to My country with this both itinerary you can experience the lights and sound of Cochin , mangalore and Goa in a short time.

Backwater cruise : Full Day

Explore the famous Kerala backwaters of Alleppey on board a traditional houseboat.

Following a pick-up from Cochin Port at 8.30 AM, transfer to Aleppey to board your houseboat at 10:00. Cruise slowly through the backwaters and village areas to marvel at the lush vegetation, paddy fields, coconut palms, and more. There will be 3 staff members to look after you and make sure your experience is as relaxed as you could wish for.

Enjoy a lunch of Keralan cusine as you gently cruise, ending at approximately 14:30 for the transfer back to Cochin Port by 16:00 hrs

Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is located between the Arabian Sea and a web of rivers flowing into it. In the early 20th century, the then Viceroy of the Indian Empire, Lord Curzon was so mesmerized by the scenic beauty he declared that Alleppey was “The Venice of the East.”

The Elephant Festival is celebrated every year in the month of December to march as per the Malayalam Calendar at cochin in the Indian coastal state of Kerala. This year will be held on 27th march 2015, so we can participate it
All Houseboat tours are exclusive and private tours

Whats Included :

Pick-up and drop off at Cochin Port (Ships Berth)
Transfers by air-conditioned vehicle
3-hour backwater cruise
. Lunch on board
. Jew town visit

Rate shall be $ 85 pp

Jewish Heritage Tour – Cochin

My jewish tour covers:

1) visit kadavumbagam synagogue
2) iinteraction with indian jews
4) parur synagogue ( the biggest one in india and oldest AD 1169 )
5) lunch at resort
6) backwater cruise
7) Paradesi synagogue Visit
8) Jew town visit(fort cochin tour)
9)Drop off at cruise terminal

Rate shall be $ 95 pp

Goa private Tour

This is a tour of Panjim (the current capital of Goa), combined with a visit to ‘Velha Goa’ or Old Goa (the previous capital). The tour covers some of the popular tourist must-see’s in Goa, including a heritage walk in the interesting Latin quarter of Panjim. It also includes a visit to a vibrant and colorful traditional bazaar to experience the bustle of daily life in Goa.
Background: Goa was among the most important centres of the ancient and medieval world, trading in calico, spices, precious metals and many other goods. It has been under various Hindu dynasties for most of its history, with a brief period under Muslim rulers. When the Portuguese arrived in Goa, it was under the Muslim Bahmani empire. The Portuguese defeated the Bahmanis and conquered Goa in 1510; thus beginning 450 years of Christian rule. This rule ended when in 1961, the Indian army marched into Goa, and overthrew the Portuguese. These historical events have left their mark on Goa, influencing not only religion and architecture, but also the language, dress, cuisine and lifestyle of Goans. On this tour, you will see not only Goa’s interesting monuments, but also its diverse cultures.

What the tour covers: The tour includes the following:

A drive to the top of a hill for a panoramic view of Goa. Here, our guides will show you the layout of the land, highlighting the rivers, islands, transport systems, and providing an overview of life in Goa.

A visit to the churches of Old Goa, the “Rome of the East”, which was the administrative seat of the Portuguese. We will visit Se Cathedral (the seat of the Archbishop of Goa), and the Basilica of Bom Jesus which contains the body of Saint Francis Xavier, the Jesuit missionary who was canonised in 1622.

A brief walk through the heritage district of Fontainhas – this is a residential area, the Latin quarter of Panjim where the traditional colourful houses of the Catholic and Hindu community are still preserved. Here you will see the original fountain after which the area was named.
Bazaar walk through the bustling Panjim fish and vegetable market – this is a large colourful market where you can see all sorts of interesting things on offer, including household wares, spices, fish, meat, vegetables and many other goods. It’s a great way to see daily life in Goa!

A visit to a Hindu temple to see the local architectural styles and prayer rituals
If you are interested, you can also visit the Museum of Christian Art in Goa or the State Museum, go shopping for handicrafts, or visit one of Panjim’s popular restaurants to taste the famous Goan seafood.

Rate shall be $85 pp

Mangalore Land Excursion


1. Pick up from the cruise terminal

2. Cashew factory visit

3. Kadri and Gogarnatha temple visit

4. Visit Central market

5. St. Aloysius Chapel visit

6. Orientation tour of Mangalore city

7. Drop you at the cruise terminal according to your schedule.

Lunch stop at ocean pearl hotel ( 5star hotel , if you require lunch)
Rate shall be $85 pp

All Tour includes air conditioned van, all entrance fee, lunch and English speaking private guide for the whole day, You can pay on arrival in USD,


Lijo jose | Chief Executive
Muziris Heritage – Day Tours
Door No 8/340 | Thiruvanchikulam | Kodungallur
Cochin | Kerala | South India
Ph: +91 9846 249 482

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