Southern India Coast to Coast Ride

Southern India Coast to Coast Ride

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Southern India Coast to Coast Ride

14 Days Starting in Chennai and ending in Cochin

Visiting: Chennai, Mahabalipuram, Puducherry, Auroville, Chidambaram, Thanjavur, Chettinad Road, Madurai, Thekkady, Periyar National Park, Vagamon, Kottayam, Backwater Cruise, Fort Kochi, Kochi

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

MIT

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

4 - 14

Physical rating:

Moderate / Challenging

Age range:

16-99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Tour operated in:
English
Trip Styles:

Active

Activities:

Cycling, Sightseeing

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Tour Overview

The two southernmost states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala perfectly depict the contrasting nature of India. Seeing them on two wheels gives us an excellent opportunity to soak up the rich culture and appreciate the different landscapes as we cycle by. Tamil Nadu sees far fewer visitors than other Indian states, but this is part of the attraction as we follow quiet backroads from the fertile coastal plains in the east to the remarkable hills of the Western Ghats, which form the border with Kerala. Our ride takes us past some of the most impressive sites of southern India, including the former French colony of Pondicherry and the magnificent Sri Meenakshi Temple at Madurai. After cycling through the cooler highlands and tea estates of the Western Ghats, we reach the tranquil backwaters of Kerala, where a relaxing houseboat cruise offers the chance to unwind and reflect on a memorable journey.

Highlights

  • Cycle through two distinctively different Indian states

  • Cruise on a traditional Keralan houseboat

  • Sample regional dishes served on a banana leaf

  • Cycle through two distinctively different Indian statesSample regional dishes served on a banana leafCruise on a traditional Keralan houseboat

  • — Cycle through two distinctively different Indian states — Sample regional dishes served on a banana leaf — Cruise on a traditional Keralan houseboat

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Start Chennai; Transfer To Pondicherry Via The Shore Temples Of Mahabalipuram.

Location: Chennai, Mahabalipuram, Puducherry

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Hotel Atithi (or similar)

Meals Included: lunchdinner

Those who are on the group flights will land in Chennai early in the morning. Those not on the group flights will need to be at the airport when the group land if they would like to join the group transfer. Once everyone has arrived we will then depart on the 3.5 hour drive to Pondicherry with a break at Mahabalipuram which is famous for its shore temples and rock carvings. Carving in stone is still a living art here and we will see stonemasons chipping away along the roadside, practicing skills that have flourished for centuries. On arrival in Pondicherry we assemble the bikes and explore this former French colony, a short 6km ride, before an evening briefing about our cycling adventure. Hotel Atithi or similar

Day 2 : Circular Ride Passing The Spiritual Commune Of Auroville. After Lunch In The Old Quarter The Afternoon Is Free.

Location: Auroville

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Hotel Atithi (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunch

Circular ride to Auroville, a new-age spiritual commune. Founded in 1968 by 'The Mother' and named after her Guru Sri Aurobindo, it offers a more balanced way of living. Revitalized by some earthly fruit juices, we ride the 15km back into town, seeing some fishing communities and cycling along the promenade, which still retains some of its Gallic charm. Depending on time, lunch may be at Auroville or back in Pondicherry, and the rest of the day is free to explore. Hotel Atithi or similar

Day 3 : Pleasant Ride Along Village Roads To Experience The Rural Life Of Southern India. Our Afternoon Ride Heads To Chidambaram, Famed For Its Bronze Deity Casting.

Location: Chidambaram

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Lakshmivilas Heritage Resort (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Starting from our hotel, we ride out of Pondicherry and soon leave the bustle of the city for quiet backroads, experiencing rural life where simple mud huts contrast with the brightly coloured saris worn by the local women. This is the real India and in true Indian style we stop at a roadside restaurant for a tea break. Back on our bikes we cycle another 66km to Chidambaram. Staying in the grand mansion of the village we sleep in the extended family villa – with its own temple it’s almost like stepping back in time. Lakshmivilas Heritage Resort or similar

Day 4 : Riverside Ride To The 16Th Century Nayak's Capital Of Thanjavur; Afternoon Free To Visit The Town And Royal Palace.

Location: Thanjavur

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Hotel Parisutham (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunch

Scenic morning ride following quiet roads and tracks along the banks of the Cauvery River to Thanjavur. Previously a capital between the 9th and 13th Centuries, it regained its status under the Nayaks in the 16th Century who rebuilt the Royal Palace, Durbar Hall and libraries. After lunch, we take a vehicle transfer to the Thanjavur Hotel. Late afternoon we visit the palace which houses one of the finest collections of bronze sculptures and stone carvings in southern India and the famous vegetable market at Tanjore followed by a visit to the huge Brihadishwara Temple, one of the largest in India and known locally as simply the 'Big Temple'. Hotel Parisutham or similar

Day 5 : Long Ride Through The Tamil Nadu Heartland To Chettinad

Location: Chettinad Road

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Chettinadu Mansion (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Leaving the city by the old road, we head out into the Tamil Nadu heartland, visiting the oldest clay horse temple en route, to an area renowned for its impressive mansions built by wealthy traders known as Chettiars. Some of these palatial houses have been converted to boutique hotels, offering a glimpse of the past. The grand interiors of Burmese teak and elaborate plaster work retain much of the traditional architecture of a bygone age. But it's from the kitchens tucked away at the rear of the house that the real flavour of India comes to life: Chettinad cuisine is as traditional as its buildings, the piquant curries are slow cooked in copper pots over a wood stove and are as memorable as the ride to get here. Chettinadu Mansion or similar

Day 6 : Scenic Ride To Madurai, A Highlight Of Any Trip To India.

Location: Madurai

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: JC Residency (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunch

Today we have a scenic ride to Madurai. Another rocky outcrop is the sacred abode of Lord Murugan, the son of Shiva and also know as Skanda, the most revered god in Tamil Nadu. Staying at Madurai we avoid the worst of the busy traffic. JC Residency or similar

Day 7 : Free Morning To Visit This Magnificent Temple City. Transfer To Lunch Then Ride Past Indian Vineyards Before A Final Ascent Into The Western Ghats And Our Night Stop At Thekkady.

Location: Thekkady

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Abad Green Forest (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Morning free to explore the old city and Sri Meenakshi Temple, one of the largest temple complexes in India and one of the highlights of Tamil Nadu. Thousands of huge stone pillars line the hallways, each adorned with different deities, are said to represent the 3,333,333 gods of the Hindu cosmos. A constant flow of worshipers, offering pujas, (rituals performed by the temple priests to the various deities) add to the heady atmosphere of incense and camphor smoke, and make this an unforgettable experience of Hindu culture. Blessed, we leave the heat of Madurai for the cool air of the Cardamom Hills. We transfer by vehicle to our lunch stop at Theni. After lunch we will be dropped off at Cambam, from where we ride to Kumily. Hidden behind the banana plantation are the vineyards of southern India's new venture into wine making. These give way to the forested slopes of the Western Ghats and a slow but beautiful ascent up through the rainforest to Thekkaday, a small town close to the entrance of Periyar National Park and our accommodation for the next two nights. Abad Green Forest or similar

Day 8 : Free Day To Relax Or Visit The Nearby Periyar N.P.

Location: Periyar National Park

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Abad Green Forest (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfast

Today is free to relax or go on one of the trekking and boat safaris to the nearby Periyar National Park. Centred around a man-made reservoir, it is possible to see wildlife all year round, although the best time is the dry season (March-May) when herds of elephant come to the lake to graze by the shore; if you are very lucky you may even see a leopard or tiger coming down to quench their thirst.Abad Green Forest or similar

Day 9 : Ride Through Tea Estates; Tea Factory Stop; Continue On To Vagamon

Location: Vagamon

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Vanilla County Plantation homestay (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Riding from the hotel we cycle through cardamom and tea estates, stopping mid-morning for tea and to visit the local tea factory, learning more about the tea making process. Refreshed, we continue along hilly tea plantation roads with a lunch break at a small roadside restaurant en route to Vagamon, an area of outstanding natural beauty and one of the most scenic roads in Kerala. We end the ride with a superb winding descent on a quiet road and stay at an old plantation bungalow. Vanilla County Plantation homestay or similar

Day 10 : Cycle Through Rubber And Spice Plantations To Kottayam, The Syrian Christian Heartland Of Kerala.

Location: Kottayam

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Whispering Palms Lake Resort (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Today we ride through rubber and spice plantations en route to Kottayam, known as the Syrian Christian heartland of Kerala. Here grand churches dot the landscape and we break at Palai to visit St Thomas Church, its white washed facade and distinct gilded ceiling predates its Portuguese renovation. All roads converge into Kottayam City, and we avoid the city by following country roads and stop for a lunch break at Erttumanoor Town. Then entering a world in which the author Arundhati Roy set in her book 'The God of Small Things', close to the shore of Vembanad Lake. Whispering Palms Lake Resort or similar

Day 11 : Free Morning To Explore Or Relax By The Lake Before Boarding A Houseboat For A Stunning Backwater Cruise.

Location: Backwater Cruise

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: Houseboat

Meals Included: breakfastlunchdinner

Free morning to relax and enjoy the lake view; or ride to the nearby Kumarakom bird sanctuary and then take a sightseeing ride along the shore of the lake. Midday we board our houseboats for a stunning backwater cruise. The houseboats, converted rice barges now come with a captain, cook and crew; we just sit back, sip long drinks and watch the world go by.

Houseboat

Day 12 : Final Ride Along The Coast Road To Fort Cochin

Location: Fort Kochi

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: The Dutch Bungalow (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastlunch

In the middle of the morning we disembark at Muhamma. Riding along the backroad we cross over to the coastal road to the Arthingal Beach for our first view of the Arabian Sea, and finally know that we've cycled across India from coast to coast. We then ride on to Fort Cochin for lunch. The Dutch Bungalow or similar

Day 13 : Free Day In Fort Cochin

Location: Fort Kochi

Accommodation: Hotel

Accommodation Name: The Dutch Bungalow (or similar)

Meals Included: breakfastdinner

A free day to explore the town of Cochin, its bazaars and old harbour area. Warehouses filled with the smell of tea and spices are limewashed bright green, yellow and blue; rickety old bikes and handpainted trucks piled high with goods, fill the narrow streets and food stalls stand on every corner. Further along the road we come to Mattancherry and the Dutch Palace. Next to the Palace is the synagogue, built in 1568 for the Jewish members of Cochin's trading communities, adorned with hand-painted tiles from China and elegant Belgian chandeliers, all donations from wealthy merchants. The area around the synagogue is excellent for shopping. For food, try the fish market near the Chinese fishing nets, where you can buy the day's catch and have it cooked to your own taste. There are also plenty of shopping opportunities here.

The Dutch Bungalow or similar

Day 14 : End Cochin.

Location: Kochi

Meals Included: breakfast

If you are on the group flight you will have an early morning transfer to the airport for the flight back to London. Those not flying with the group will leave us at the hotel in Cochin.

What's Included

  • Local bike hire

  • All breakfasts, 11 lunches and 8 dinners 

  • Transfer for group flights

  • All accommodation

  • Meals

    13 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 8 dinners.

  • All breakfasts, 11 lunches and 8 dinners All accommodationTransfer for group flightsLocal bike hire

  • — All breakfasts, 11 lunches and 8 dinners — All accommodation — Transfer for group flights — Local bike hire

What's Not Included

  • Single supplement

  • Travel insurance

  • Visas and vaccinations

  • Travel insuranceVisas and vaccinationsSingle supplement

  • Travel insuranceVisas and vaccinationsSingle supplementE-bike hire supplement

  • — Travel insurance — Visas and vaccinations — Single supplement — E-bike hire supplement

Food

All breakfasts, 11 lunches and 8 dinners included.



You should allow approx. £13 (approx. US$16) per day for lunch and dinner when they are not included. £4-5 (approx. US$4.80-6) for lunch, and £6-7 (approx. US$7-8) for dinner without drinks. This amount may vary according to how much you drink. Generally you can eat out very cheaply in India. There is a good choice of restaurants and sometimes there is a choice between Indian and Western style food. If you are a vegetarian, South India is an ideal destination. Lunches on riding days are usually taken in local roadside cafes. Tea and soft drinks are very cheap. A (large!) bottle of beer is approx. £1-3 (approx. US$5). Please note that service in Indian restaurants can be quite slow. Mineral water is carried in the support vehicle and you can refill you water bottle from these large containers.

Accommodation

Most of the hotels are comfortable tourist class. We spend two nights in grand Indian homes; one of these is a palatial wedding mansion built by the Chettis and the other is the family home of a 19th-century plantation owner. The night near Kottayam (Day 9) is usually spent in a homestay. The accommodation here is spread out so some of the group stays in the main house and others in permanent Swiss cottage tents. These each have a raised bed and mattress, an attached veranda and toilet.



Hotels in India usually do not have heating as there are really only a couple of months in the year when the weather can get cooler. You can, however, request more blankets or the hotel may be able to provide a standing heater for your room. Please talk to your tour leader if you need help in this matter.



Houseboats are comfortable, the majority of cabins on board are on a twin-share basis, and all cabins have toilet facilities. The houseboats have a communal dining area and are air-conditioned between 8pm and 6am.



Please note, the single supplement does not include the night at Vanilla County Plantation on Day 9 and cannot be guaranteed on the houseboat due to limited rooms.

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Reviews from travellers on this tour

Wonderful Trip

Just back from a wonderfully exciting ,fulfilling

Just back from a wonderfully exciting ,fulfilling and enjoyable trip across India with a lovely group of people. Accommodation and food of an exceptionally high standard.

Cycling coast to coast Southern India

A excellent trip that samples two very distinct st

A excellent trip that samples two very distinct states. You need to be fairly fit for this trip, there are some very long days of 100km in the saddle and some very stiff climbs in the middle of the tour which scale some 1200metres in the day. Initial impressions of India were the noise of the traffic horns, the anything goes rules of the road, there aren’t any but it seems to work, but you do need to be comfortable cycling in chaotic traffic. The rubbish everywhere and the cows, goats and dogs in the road and in the towns were an eye opener. Cow dung and holes on the pavements were part of the adventure that you needed to watch when walking around. Most people seemed to smile a lot and the kids always shouted welcome to these crazy white people cycling in the heat. Kerala was clearly very much more affluent than Tamil Nadu and the contrast was clear in that there was less rubbish and the drivers were a little more aggressive to everyone. You get used to the horns blasting all the time, it’s more I’m here, be aware of me. The food is an experience, interesting, very tasty and varied but always spicy. You need to like curries.

India Coast to Coast

India Coast to Coast on a bike is the way to go.

India Coast to Coast on a bike is the way to go. The people in the countryside were so lovely, friendly and their big smiles really made my day. This is a great way to see a country and meet the people. The best food was always the little hole in the wall places along the bike route. We stayed at some incredible places, especially in the countryside.

CYCLE SOUTHERN INDIA - COAST TO COAST

A Brilliant holiday , well organised and with good

A Brilliant holiday , well organised and with good accomodation. We stayed in two really amazing places and the rest of the accomodation was good. The holiday has a lot of riding and is low on bus transfers. We visited lots of temples, a tea factory and wild life park and all added to the experience.

Incredible India Indeed – a wonderfully memorable holiday

This was our first visit to India so we were excit

This was our first visit to India so we were excited yet apprehensive in equal measures. Our holiday could not have been better and we are already looking at a return trip.

Coast to Coast

This is a great holiday covering 2 distinct region

This is a great holiday covering 2 distinct regions of Southern India, Tamil Nadu and Kerala The cycling was excellent, flat rides for the first week in Tamil Nadu and hilly the second week in Kerala The accommodation was generally very good. The food was excellent, enjoyed by all on the trip. There were only 6 of us on the trip(all friends), on previous tips there were 16. However it worked out really well. We all enjoyed the cycling, potholes and all. Some busy towns but enjoyable to cycle through.

CYCLE SOUTHERN INDIA - COAST TO COAST

A great new trip from Peter Bluck who created the

A great new trip from Peter Bluck who created the Kerala and Sri Lankan trips. It was the first time the trip had been run so there will be some tweaking for future trips but its another winner! 

CYCLE SOUTHERN INDIA - COAST TO COAST

another great trip organised by Peter Bluck going

another great trip organised by Peter Bluck going through parts of south india hardly visited by tourists. Lots of variety in terms of scenery and accommodation.

Southern India coast to coast ride.

This was a lovely trip, taking in a lot of the sig

This was a lovely trip, taking in a lot of the sights and sounds of rural India which we could not have discovered for ourselves. We also visited many of southern India,s foremost sights. The cycling was as billed and very enjoyable, mostly on quiet back roads, although the chaotic traffic in the cities should not be underestimated.

CYCLE SOUTHERN INDIA - COAST TO COAST

Fantastic people, fantastic scenery and fantastic

Fantastic people, fantastic scenery and fantastic food. Guides were happy to adapt so that we could ride more and transfer less.The route ws great with plenty of chai and dosa stopsto keep the legs going.

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