Kerala tour packages from Indore

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Tour duration:7 Nights / 8 Days
Flight Detail:Indore - Cochin - Indore
Sightseeing: Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey Houseboat, Kovalam, Kanyakumari
Mode of travel:Personal Car (or Cab)
Tour starting point:Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport / Indore Junction Railway Station
Tour ending point:Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport / Indore Junction Railway Station
Tour package minimum cost:18,490 / Couple

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Discover the beauty of Kerala’s hill stations and wildlife sanctuaries from Indore at โ‚น 18,490 for couple cost. Explore the tea gardens of Munnar, embark on a wildlife safari in Periyar, and rejuvenate with an Ayurvedic massage. Take a backwater cruise in Kumarakom and enjoy a Kathakali performance.


Itinerary: Indore to Kerala tour packages

The 7 nights 8 days Kerala tour itinerary from Indore offers an enchanting tour through India’s “God’s Own Country.” Travelers can explore Kerala’s lush landscapes, serene backwaters, exotic wildlife, and vibrant culture. Highlights include visits to Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Kovalam, Trivandrum and Kanyakumari, providing a diverse and immersive experience.

Day 01: Cochin arrival and sightseeing tour

  • On arrival at the Cochin (COK) airport or Ernakulam railway junction (ERS), you will be picked up by our tour operator and dropped off at the hotel (which is a 20โ€“30 minute drive from the airport).
  • Get a brief rest in your superior hotel room after a long flight or drive.
  • The rest of the day can be spent on a Cochin excursion (such as Fort Cochin beach, St. Francis church, Chinese fishing net, Santa Cruz basilica, Mattancherry palace, Jewish synagogue, Marine Drive, and so on) and hotel overnight stay.

Attractions: Backwaters of Kochi, Marine Drive, Fort Kochi, Hill Palace, Mattancherry Palace, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Jewish Synagogue, Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, Bolgatty Palace, Kochi International Marina, Willingdon Island, Museum of Kerala History, St.Francis Church, Koonankurishu Church, Fort Emmanuel (Immanuel), Pallipuram Fort, Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple, Parikshit Thampuran Museum, Kanjiramattom Mosque, Bastion Bunglow, Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary etc.

Day 02: Munnar hill station tour (130 km / 3.5 hrs)

  • After breakfast, the tour driver ready to be picked up you from hotel around 8 or 9 a.m.
  • Drive towards Munnar (130 km/3.5 hours) with a sightseeing tour (Mattupetty, Echo Point, Kundala, Top Station, Rajamala (Eravikulam National Park), Attukal waterfalls, Pothamedu View Point, etc.).
  • Stay the night in a Munnar hotel or resort.

Attractions: TATA Tea Museum, Cheeyapara Waterfalls, Pothamedu, Attukad Waterfalls, Anamudi Peak, Top Station, Kundala Lake, Mattupetty Dam, Eravikulam National Park (Rajamalai), Chokramudi Peak, Marayoor Dolmens, Indo Swiss Diary Farm in Mattupetty, Lock hart Gap, Blossom Park, Life of Pi Church, Meesapulimala, Echo Point, Elephant Arrival Spot, Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, Nyayamakad, Pallivasal, Photo Point, Rose Gardens etc.

Day 03: Thekkady Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary tour (90 km / 2.5 hrs)

  • After breakfast, drive from Munnar to Thekkady (90 km, 2.5 hours).
  • Enjoy a full-day tour through Thekkady tourist attractions (Periyar wildlife sanctuary, spice garden, elephant ride, bamboo rafting, Jeep safari, etc.).
  • The main attraction in Thekkady is boating in the Periyar Lake near the Mullaperiyar Dam.
  • After returning to the hotel in the late afternoon, you can explore the surrounding area and spend the night in Thekkady.

Attractions: Periyar Wild life Sanctuary, Periyar Lake, Elephant Junction, Thekaddy Lake, Mullaperiyar Dam, Thekkady Spring Valley Mountain, Mangla Devi Temple, Abrahamโ€™s Spice Garden, Murikkady, Kadathanadan Kalari Centre, Kumily, Chellarkovil, Pandikuzhi, Anakkara, Vandiperiyar, Green Park Ayurvedic and Spices Plantation etc.

Day 04: Alleppey backwater houseboat tour (full day)

  • After breakfast at the hotel, we drive out early in the morning for the lovely Alappuzha (Alleppey).
  • Check into the resort for an overnight stay and a relaxing day on the backwater houseboat.
  • The Alleppey backwaters, resplendent with giant coconut trees on the shores, are alluring, taking you to paradise on earth.

Attractions: Alleppey Backwaters, Vembanad Lake, Alleppey Beach, Marari Beach, Krishnapuram Palace, Karumadi, Mannarasala Temple, Mullakkal Bhagavathy Temple, Karumadi Kuttan Statue, Arthunkal Church, St. Mary Forane Church, Revi Karunakaran Museum etc.

Day 05: Kovalam sightseeing tour (150 km / 4 hrs)

  • Move Alleppey to Kovalam, known for its amazing beach site in Kerala, about a 4-hour drive away.
  • You can also stop en route to visit Sri Padmanabha Swami Temple premises, Kuthiramalika Museum, Thiruvallam Parashurama Temple, Vellayani Lake, etc.
  • After arriving at noon, you will check into a beautiful beachside hotel in Kovalam for an overnight stay.

Attractions: The Lighthouse Beach, Vellayani Lake, Karamana River and Boating, Hawah Beach, Samudra Beach, Artificial Off-Shore Coral Reef, Valiyathura Pier, Edakallu, Halcyon Castle, Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple, Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium, Kovalam Art Gallery, Thiruvallam Parashurama Temple, Aruvikkara Dam, Kanyakumari / Cape Comorin, Varkala / Papanasham Beach etc.

Day 06: Kovalam beach tour (full day)

  • After breakfast or lunch, travel to Kovalam Beach, sightseeing to admire beaches or a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea, Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple, Karamana River, and boating.
  • Do visit the Light House Beach and Kovalam Art Gallery nearby.
  • Evening at leisure to prepare for beach activitiesOvernight stay in Kovalam.

Day 07: Kanyakumari tour ( 100 km / 3 hrs)

  • After enjoying breakfast at the Kovalam beach resort, get transferred to Kanyakumari (100 km, 3 hrs).
  • A full-day sightseeing tour (including stops at Swami Vivekananda Rock Memorial and Thiruvalluvar Statue, Gandhi Memorial, Triveni Sangam, Kanyakumari Temple, and others).
  • Back to Kovalam in the evening and an overnight hotel stay.

Attractions: Kanyakumari Temple, Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Thirparappu Falls, Suchindram, Thiruvalluvar Statue, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Thanumalayan Temple, Kanyakumari Beach etc.

Day 08: Cochin departure (return day)

  • After a refreshing breakfast at the hotel, you have free time until departure.
  • After hotel checkout, you will be transferred to Cochin Airport or Ernakulam Junction railway station for your onward journey.

Note:

    • Check-in for most hotels is before 12:00 a.m. Early check-in is subject to the availability of the hotel.
    • Check-out time at most hotels is before 12:00 PM.

Package includes

  • Pick up at Kochi Airport / Cochin Railway Junction
  • Air-conditioned transportation
  • Accommodation as detailed in a twin-sharing room with private facilities
  • Complimentary breakfast at the hotel or houseboat
  • All sightseeing tours in privately cab/car
  • Bottled water during your sightseeing (1 bottle per day)
  • All Airtport / train junction transfer by private flight-conditioned vehicle
  • All applicable taxes

Package excludes

  • Any train or flight fare
  • Lunch and dinner chargeable
  • Drinks at meals
  • Any personal expense (shopping or activities)
  • Any optional tours
  • Guide charges
  • Visiting places: entrance fees or parking
  • Any services not specifically mentioned in the package

Terms and Conditions

  • A minimum of two adults is required to join the tour.
  • For single person additional 50% charge.
  • Child under 5 years free of charge, and 12 years 50% of the price will charge.
  • Our package rates are very reasonable, and that means there are no hidden fees.
  • Payment by Credit Card required 2% additional charge will taken.
  • Booking at least 5 days in advance (for current booking hotel availability will check).
  • If none of the listed hotels are available, alternative accommodation will be arranged in a similar-level hotel.
  • Any damage to the hotel’s rooms will be borne by the tourist concerned during your stay.
  • Goods and Services Tax (GST) is extra where applicable.

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FAQs about Kerala tours from Indore

1. Best time to visit Kerala from Indore

The best time to visit Kerala from Indore is during the winter months, from October to March. During this period, Kerala experiences pleasant weather with temperatures ranging from 24ยฐC to 32ยฐC. This makes it ideal for exploring the lush green landscapes, backwaters, and coastal areas of Kerala. The humidity levels are lower, and there is minimal rainfall, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable trip.

2. How to reach Kerala from Indore

By Flight

The quickest way to reach Kerala from Indore is by taking a flight. You can depart from Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport (IDR) in Indore and arrive at one of the major airports in Kerala, such as Cochin International Airport (COK), Trivandrum International Airport (TRV), or Calicut International Airport (CCJ). Several airlines, including IndiGo, Air India, and SpiceJet, operate flights on this route. The flight duration can vary but usually takes around 3 to 4 hours, depending on your destination in Kerala. It’s advisable to book your flight tickets in advance to secure the best fares and check for any updated travel restrictions or requirements.

By Train

Traveling by train from Indore to Kerala is another option, but it involves a long journey. You can board a train from Indore Junction (INDB) to one of the major railway stations in Kerala, such as Ernakulam Junction (ERS) for Cochin or Trivandrum Central (TVC) for Trivandrum. The journey by train can take approximately 40 to 50 hours, so be prepared for an extended trip. Trains like the Ahilya Nagari Express and the Raptisagar Express connect these two regions, but schedules and availability may vary. It’s essential to check for updated train schedules and book your tickets well in advance.

By Bus

There are no direct bus services from Indore to Kerala due to the considerable distance involved. However, you can consider taking a combination of bus services or joining a bus tour to reach Kerala. Many private bus operators offer services to major cities in South India, including Kerala. This may involve changing buses at various points during your journey, and it could take several days to reach your destination. It’s advisable to consult local bus operators or tour agencies for the most current routes and schedules.

By Car

If you enjoy road trips and have the time, you can drive from Indore to Kerala. The road distance is approximately 2,000 to 2,500 kilometers, depending on your specific destination in Kerala. It’s a scenic route with opportunities to explore different regions of India, but the journey can take around 40 to 50 hours of driving, so plan your itinerary and accommodations accordingly. Ensure that your vehicle is in good condition for the long journey, and take necessary breaks for rest and refueling.

3. What are the best places to visit in Kerala?

There are so many great places to visit in this tropical paradise! Here are some of the best spots you must explore in Kerala.

  1. Munnar: This is a town high up in the mountains, surrounded by rolling green hills covered in tea plantations. Can you imagine seas of bright green tea bushes stretching out as far as the eye can see? The scenery is just breathtaking. While you’re there, you can visit a tea factory to see how India’s famous teas are made.
  2. Alleppey (Alappuzha): A must-visit is Alleppey, a town on Kerala’s famous backwaters. The backwaters are a huge network of canals, rivers, and lakes. The classic way to experience them is on a kettuvallam – a traditional houseboat. You can cruise along the peaceful waters, watching local life go by on the palm-fringed banks. Alleppey is best known as the “Venice of the East” in Kerala.
  3. Kochi (Cochin):Kochi, an ancient port city with a rich history. It has a fascinating blend of influences from Arab, Dutch, Portuguese and English settlers over the centuries. You can see old forts, churches, mosques, and the iconic Chinese fishing nets. The local cuisine is out of this world too!
  4. Wayanad: For nature lovers, Wayanad is a forested mountain region that’s an absolute treat. There are opportunities for hiking, wildlife watching, cave exploration, and more. You might even spot an elephant or a tiger if you’re lucky! The area is also home to indigenous tribes.
  5. Kovalam: If you’re in the mood for stunning beaches, look no further than Kovalam. The crescent beaches there have brilliant white sand and aquamarine waters that are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, or just building sandcastles. You can also try mouth-watering local seafood.
  6. Thekkady: No trip to Kerala is complete without visiting Thekkady and the famous Periyar National Park. Take a boat safari on the beautiful Periyar Lake, keeping your eyes peeled for animals like elephants, bison, and even the occasional tiger. The lush forests and spice plantations are magical.

4. What are the best local cuisine in Kerala?

Kerala is world famous for its amazing South Indian food! The local cuisine in Kerala is very unique and delicious. People from all over the world come to Kerala just to try the tasty dishes. Here are some of the most popular and best local foods you must try if you ever visit Kerala.

  • Sadya: One of the star dishes is called Sadya. This is a huge vegetarian feast that is served on a banana leaf instead of a plate! Can you imagine eating off a giant leaf? The leaf gets filled up with around 24-28 different curry, vegetable, pickle and payasam (dessert) items. Sadya is usually prepared for special occasions like festivals, weddings or when guests visit. It’s an awesome experience to dig into all those yummy items with your hands while sitting on the floor.
  • Appam with Stew: Another super famous Kerala dish is Appam with Stew. Appam looks like a thick, spongy pancake made of fermented rice batter. It has a unique bowl-shape which is great for holding curry. The stew is a coconut milk based curry that can have vegetables, eggs, chicken or meat. The appam soaks up all the delicious coconutty flavors of the stew. It’s simply divine!
  • Karimeen Pollichathu: For all the fish lovers out there, you have to try Karimeen Pollichathu when in Kerala. It is pearl spot fish (karimeen) marinated in a blend of spices like chilli, turmeric, ginger and then wrapped in banana leaves to bake. The banana leaves give it an amazing aroma as it cooks. You unwrap the parcel and dig into the soft, flaky fish full of fantastic flavors.
  • Malabar Biryani: Are you a big fan of biryani? Well, then the Malabar Biryani is a must-try! It is prepared by layering fragrant rice, meat (chicken, mutton or fish), spices and then slow cooked together. The Malabar Biryani has a distinct taste from other biryanis because of the use of certain spices like curry leaves, fennel seeds and Indian bay leaf.
  • Puttu and Kadala Curry: For breakfast, the most popular dish is Puttu and Kadala Curry. Puttu is a simple yet delightful dish of cylindrical steamed rice cakes. It’s served piping hot along with kadala curry which is made of black chickpeas cooked in a coconut-based gravy. The two make for a filling and tasty combo.
  • So those are some of the best and most iconic local foods you must sample when in Kerala. The cuisine uses a lot of coconut, rice, coconut oil, curry leaves, mustard seeds and local spices which give it a unique richness in flavors. Be prepared to eat using your hands and experience a food paradise!

5. What to shopping in Kerala?

Kerala is a state in southern India that is famous for its beautiful beaches, tasty food, and amazing shopping! If you visit Kerala, there are so many cool things you can buy to take home as souvenirs or gifts.

  • Handicrafts: One of the most popular things to shop for in Kerala are handicrafts. These are items that are made by hand by skilled artisans. You can find beautifully carved wooden elephants, boxes, figurines and other decorations. Another handicraft is coir products made from coconut fiber like mats, baskets and ropes. Kerala is also known for its stunning Kathakali masks used in a traditional dance drama. These masks are so intricate and colorful!
  • Spices: Kerala produces some of the best spices in the world. You can buy fresh bags of fragrant cardamom, peppercorns, cinnamon, cloves and many more. The spices from Kerala are extra flavorful and aromatic. Your kitchen will smell amazing if you cook with them!
  • Jewelry: If you love jewelry, Kerala has plenty of options for you. The state is especially famous for its elaborate gold jewelry designs. You can find stunning necklaces, bangles, earrings and more made with 22 karat gold. The designs are influenced by Kerala’s rich culture and traditions.
  • Sarees: For clothing souvenirs, you can’t go wrong with a Kasavu saree from Kerala. These are special types of sarees with a golden brocaded border that are traditionally worn in the state. There are also other beautiful silk and cotton sarees and traditional dresses like the mundus and kurtas that make great gifts.
  • Ayurvedic Products: Kerala is known for its ancient practices of Ayurvedic medicine using natural herbs and oils. You can find Ayurvedic soaps, creams, oils and herbal supplements at shops across the state. These make unique souvenirs and are also useful products for your health!

    No matter what you’re looking for, Kerala has so many cool things for shopping. From beautiful handicrafts to fragrant spices to gorgeous jewelry and clothing, this state has the perfect souvenirs to remind you of your amazing trip!

6. What are most adventure things to do in Kerala?

Kerala, the green paradise of India, is a wonderland for adventure lovers! This beautiful state in the southwest corner of the country offers tons of exciting things to do and places to explore. Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping experience!

  • Trekking: One of the coolest adventures in Kerala is trekking through the Western Ghats mountains. These massive green hills stretch across the state like a giant’s backbone. Munnar and Wayanad are two famous trekking spots. Start hiking along misty trails, surrounded by tea plantations, spice gardens, and dense forests. You might even spot some amazing animals like elephants, deer, or the great Indian hornbill bird!
  • Water Sports: If you love water adventures, Kerala has you covered. Ever tried kayaking? You can paddle through the serene backwaters, winding between narrow canals fringed with coconut trees. The waters around Kovalam and Varkala are perfect for parasailing – that’s where you get strapped into a parachute and soar high above the ocean waves! And the best spots for white-water rafting are the gushing rapids of the Chalakudy and Periyar rivers. Get ready to get soaked as you bounce over the churning waters!
  • Wildlife Safaris: For wildlife enthusiasts, a jungle safari at Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is a must. This huge reserve is home to tigers, leopards, elephants, and tons of other exotic creatures. You’ll ride an open-topped truck or boat, trying to spot the animals hiding in the wild, natural habitat. If you’re really lucky, you might even hear a tiger’s mighty roar echoing through the forest!
  • Treehouse Stays: Looking for somewhere really unique to stay? Check out the amazing tree houses of Wayanad! Built high up on the branches of massive trees, these elevated huts let you sleep surrounded by rustling leaves and chirping birds. Imagine waking up to sunlight filtering through the canopy – you’ll feel just like Tarzan or Jane.
  • Houseboat Cruises: A real highlight of Kerala is a night aboard a houseboat cruising the backwaters around Alleppey. These traditional kettuvallam boats have bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and open-air lounges for you to relax on. You’ll glide along the palm-lined canals and lakes, watching village life go by. Maybe you’ll spot locals fishing, transporting goods by canoe, or having a bath by the riverside!

    Kerala is packed with so many unbelievable adventures for kids and adults alike. So what are you waiting for? Get ready to create some unforgettable memories in this tropical paradise of South India!

7. How many days enough for Kerala trip?

The ideal duration for a Kerala trip depends on your interests and the places you want to explore. However, a recommended itinerary would be:

  1. Short Trip (3-4 Days): If you have limited time, consider a quick getaway to experience some of Kerala’s highlights. Focus on one or two key destinations like Munnar and Kochi. This duration allows for a taste of Kerala’s natural beauty and cultural heritage.
  2. Standard Trip (7-10 Days): For a more comprehensive experience, a week to ten days is ideal. You can cover multiple destinations, including Munnar, Alleppey, Kochi, Thekkady, and perhaps a beach destination like Kovalam or Varkala. This allows you to explore Kerala’s diverse landscapes, culture, and cuisine.
  3. Extended Trip (14+ Days): If you have the time, a two-week or longer trip lets you delve deeper into Kerala. You can add offbeat destinations like Wayanad, Kumarakom, and explore at a more relaxed pace. This is perfect for travelers who want to immerse themselves fully in Kerala’s charm.

8. How is the weather in Kerala?

Kerala is a captivating southern state of India, best known for its lush, verdant landscapes and moderate climate. Nestled between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats, this tropical paradise experiences a unique and pleasant weather pattern throughout the year. The three main distinct seasons in Kerala can be identified by the weather.

  1. The Southwest Monsoon (June to September): The southwest monsoon season brings heavy rainfall to Kerala, with some regions receiving over 300 inches of rain during this period. The air is filled with the fresh scent of petrichor, and the landscape transforms into a verdant tapestry of vibrant greens. This is a time when the state’s lush, tropical forests come alive, and the waterfalls and rivers swell with the abundance of water. It’s an ideal time for nature lovers to witness the stunning beauty of Kerala’s backwaters and explore the serene, winding canals.
  2. The Northeast Monsoon (October to November): As the southwest monsoon retreats, the northeast monsoon arrives, bringing a more moderate and pleasant rainfall pattern. The temperatures during this time are comfortable, with average highs around 86ยฐF (30ยฐC) and lows around 73ยฐF (23ยฐC). This is a popular time for tourists to visit Kerala, as the weather is ideal for outdoor activities, from hiking in the hills to enjoying the beaches along the coastline.
  3. The Dry Season (December to May): The dry season in Kerala is characterized by warm, sunny days and cooler nights. Temperatures range from an average high of 91ยฐF (33ยฐC) to a low of 68ยฐF (20ยฐC). This is the perfect time to explore Kerala’s historic cities, such as Kochi and Trivandrum, and immerse yourself in the state’s rich cultural heritage. It’s also an excellent time to enjoy Kerala’s world-renowned Ayurvedic retreats and relax in the serene backwaters.

No matter the season, Kerala’s weather is a delightful blend of tropical charm and natural beauty, making it a year-round destination for those seeking an enchanting and rejuvenating experience on their holidays.


Most recommended Kerala tour packages from Indore

Package Name Duration Price Per Person (โ‚น) Destinations Hotels Inclusions Type
Indore to Kerala Explorer Journey 3 nights 4 days โ‚น 9,149 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(2N) Upto 3 Star Accommodation, Meals, Sightseeing, Transfers Cultural Tour
Backwaters Bliss in Kerala from Indore 4 nights 5 days โ‚น 11,499 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(1N) โ†’ Alleppey(2N) 3 Star Houseboat Stay, Meals, Backwater Cruise Backwater Tour
Indore to Kerala Wildlife Safari Tour 5 nights 6 days โ‚น 15,399 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(2N) โ†’ Thekkady(2N) 3 Star Jungle Safaris, Accommodation, Meals Wildlife Tour
Indore to Kerala Honeymoon Trip 6 nights 7 days โ‚น 17,699 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(2N) โ†’ Thekkady(1N) โ†’ Alleppey(2N) โ†’ Kovalam(1N) โ†’ Trivandrum(2N) 3 Star Romantic Stay, Candlelight Dinner, Activities Honeymoon Tour
Kerala Ayurveda Retreat from Indore 7 nights 8 days โ‚น 21,199 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(2N) โ†’ Alleppey(2N) โ†’ Trivandrum(2N) Upto 3 Star Ayurvedic Treatments, Accommodation, Meals Wellness Tour
Indore to Kerala Beach Paradise Escape 8 nights 9 days โ‚น 23,949 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(2N) โ†’ Thekkady(1N) โ†’ Alleppey(1N) โ†’ Kovalam(3N) Upto 3 Star Beachfront Stay, Water Sports, Meals Beach Tour
Kerala Cultural Extravaganza from Indore 9 nights 10 days โ‚น 26,649 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(2N) โ†’ Thekkady(1N) โ†’ Alleppey(2N) โ†’ Kovalam(1N) โ†’ Trivandrum(2N) Upto 3 Star Cultural Performances, Sightseeing, Meals Cultural Tour
Indore to Kerala Adventure Trek Journey 10 nights 11 days โ‚น 30,299 Cochin(1N) โ†’ Munnar(2N) โ†’ Thekkady(1N) โ†’ Wayanad(4N) โ†’ Alleppey(1N) โ†’ Trivandrum(1N) Upto 3 Star Trekking, Camping, Meals, Guided Tours Adventure Tour

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