Goa in India is a tourist destination 365 days a year. So if someone asks when is the best time to visit Goa, then the answer is anytime. But if you want to catch Goa in its best attire, then mid July to September and November to mid February would be the ideal time.
Day 01: Arrive Goa
Meet and assistance on arrival at Goa Airport / Railway station and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at beach resort.
Day 02: Goa - Panjim
Morning visit of old Goa and Panjim market. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at beach resort
Day 03: Goa - Cochin
Full day at leisure. Evening transfer to Railway Station to catch the train to Cochin at 8.00 p.m. Overnight at train.
Day 04: Cochin
Arrival at Cochin at 1.30 p.m. Transfer to your hotel. Evening sightseeing of Cochin by limousine. Overnight at hotel.
Day 05: Cochin - Munnar
After breakfast, depart for Munnar and arrive at lunch time.Check in to your hotel. Overnight at hotel. Munnar is situated 1600 m above sea level, which was the summer resort of the British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities makes this a popular hill station. Anamudi, the highest peak in South India (2695 m) is here.
Day 06: Munnar - Periyar
Early morning, depart for Periyar (Thekkady) - 110 kms / 3-1/2 hours. On your way, you will be visiting Idukki Dam. Arrival by noon. Check into your hotel. Evening sightseeing and overnight at Hotel. Periyar wild life sanctuary is one of the largest wildlife reserves in India, which is more popular as a tiger reserve. A boat ride on the splendid Periyar lake is the best way to experience the sanctuary. It is also famous for tea and cardamom plantations.
Day 07: Periyar - Cochin
After breakfast, depart for Cochin (200 kms / 6 hrs). Check into your hotel. Evening free for shopping. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 08: Departure
After breakfast, spend the time until your departure. Transfer to Airport / Railway station.