Malabar Region bears its name from the hilly nature of many areas in the Region. With an exception of the Lakshadweep islands, the Region was wedged between the Lakshadweep Sea and the Western Ghats.
The Western Ghats form a continuous mountain range on the eastern border of the Region. Only break in the Ghats was formed by the Palakkad Gap. The western part of the Region was sandy coast. The Ghats in the Region maintained an average elevation of 1500 m, which might occasionally go up to 2500 m. Apart from the main continuous range of Western Ghats; there were many small undulating hills in the lowland of the Region. Tropical evergreen forests were present in the mountain ranges in the Region. The eastern regions in the modern-day Regions of Wayanad, Attappadi Valley, which together form parts of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and a continuation of the Mysore Plateau, are known for natural Gold fields, along with the adjoining Regions of Karnataka. The largest three rivers in Malabar Region were, Bharathappuzha (River Ponnani), Chaliyar, Kadalundippuzha, all of them flowing through South Malabar.
- AC car for all the transfers and local sightseeing as per the given itinerary.
- Well-experienced and bilingual driver till the departure.
- All the expenses related to the vehicle (toll, tax, parking, permits, driver batta, etc).
- Hotel Check-in at 12 pm and check-out at 10 am.
- The driver is only available as per the program given above.
- All the applicable taxes.
- No hidden costs.
- The packages do not include Volvo bus tickets.
- Guide charges, entry fees, Camera Charges, Massages, Elephant Safaris, Personal expenses like laundry, tips and telephone calls, Optional Tours, Travel Insurance, etc.
- Optional activities are mentioned in the itinerary & anything not mentioned in the above package.
- In case of payment made by credit card or debit card service charge of 2.5% and 1% will be charged extra.