|Package Name||Misty Munnar With Houseboat Stay|
|Destination Covered||Cochin - Munnar - Alleppey or Kumarakom|
Cost per Person, applicable for 1-3 Adults booking(Comfort):
- Single:Rs 31715/-
- Double- Rs 16330/-
- Triple-Rs 12070/-
- Child With Bed(5-11 Yrs) -Rs 3555/-
- Child Without Bed- Rs 2110/-
Cost per Person, applicable for 4-6 Adults booking(Comfort):
- Double -14670/-
- Triple -12405/-
- Child With Bed(5-11 yrs) - 3555/-
- Child Without Bed(5-11 Yrs) - 2110/-
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