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Backwaters of Kerala

Magical Backwater stretches

The myriad shades of green that one finds in God’s Own Country, Kerala is quite spiritually uplifting. It makes you want to take some time off and revel in the peace and harmony that it offers. The backwaters of Kerala offers you a relaxed and calm holiday, far removed from the adrenaline rushing activities and trekking. You could sit on a houseboat and revel in the joys of nature. Get a chance to live the romance of the extensive networks and canals that form the great backwaters of Kerala. Let your taste buds tingle with the eclectic cuisine and celebrate the vivid culture of the people. A mystical ride through the backwater stretches of Kerala like Alappuzha, Kollam and Kumarakaom is an unique experience and you would be at peace sitting back in the traditional houseboats and enjoy the romantic cruise. Enjoy a luxury trip in Kerala backwater with our Luxury Backwater Tour Packages

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If you cherish the idea of spending some time amidst the sights and sounds of serene Backwaters , then hire a country boat and wind through the labyrinth of canals at Alappuzha. Cruising through these canals, you can come across the many interesting aspects of day-to-day life of the local people both on land and in water. You get a wide range of cruise options starting from small country boats to luxury houseboats and even speedboats. The canal networks which are linked to the Vembanad Lake offers you an inspiring experience and you get to enjoy the sights of vast stretches of paddy fields, coconut lagoons and kingfishers trying to catch fish

You come across small islands here locals are engaged in fishing activities on country boats, children being ferried to schools and the majestic rice barrages all while gliding over the canals. The sight of large flocks of ducks being shepherded to newly harvested paddy fields is also something to marvel over. You can also drop in at the villages on the riverbanks and check out the procedures of coir making. It’s also you chance to try out ethnic cuisine from local eateries. Make sure you try out the locally made steamed tapioca with spicy fish curry and coconut toddy, extracted from the coconut trees. Boats for the cruise can be hired from the jetty close to the KSRTC bus station. Visit Alleppey in your budget book ourAlleppey budget tour package

Kuttanad is a must visit place if you are ever cruising through the backwaters of Kerala. Widely regarded as the rice bowl of Kerala and is a major granary in the state. It’s a place where vast stretches of verdant paddy fields are interlaced with the enchanting backwaters to create some truly unforgettable sights. The agrarian community strikes a chord of harmony with its physical setting. Noted for its farming, done about 4 to 10 feet below sea-level the land possesses a socio- cultural fabric of its own. Four major rivers of Kerala, Pampa, Meenachil, Achankovil and Manimala flow through this region.

The most popular route to take to explore the place is the Alappuzha- Changanasserry road which goes through the heart of Kuttanad and gives you plenty of opportunities to watch the day to day life here. During the harvest season, the vast expanse of paddy fields are always busy with farmers in different farming activities, done traditionally. Kuttanad is rich in avian population and you can easily find flocks of parrots hovering in the paddy fields. As you explore the villages, take a walk through the numerous canals that crisscross the place, lined by tall coconut trees that sway in the breeze. During the day you can see vendors on boats selling vegetables, grocery and fish to the households on the banks of the canals. Catch a glimpse of the ducks quacking together in large numbers and being shepherded by men in small boats. Plan a luxury trip to Alleppey with our Alleppey luxury tour packages


The beautiful village of Kumrakam is actually a tiny cluster of little islands on the Vembanad Lake. The place, which constitutes a part of the Kuttanad region has a bird sanctuary spread across 14 acres. The sanctuary is a favorite haunt of migratory birds and is an ornithologist’s paradise. You can see Egrets, darters, herons, teals, waterfowls, cuckoo, wild duck and other migratory birds like the Siberian Stork which is fascination for people who visit the place. An enchanting backwater destination, Kumarakom offers its visitors varied leisure Options. Boating Like row boating ,peddle boating ,canoeing through narrow canals and fishing facilities are available. Visit kumarakom backwater with our Kumarakom Luxury Tour Packages

There are plenty of scenic resorts, with independent cottages bu/a>ilt on stilts, set amidst coconut groves and a scenic views of the great backwaters. Holiday packages like houseboats, traditional rice barges offer a great cruise experience for visitors. A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, brilliant mangrove forests, coconut palms that line the embankments, flocks of migratory birds that skim the water, this is the kind of experience you have to brace yourself for. Every year, this place sees more than millions of tourists come here, and is an important tourist backwater hub on the eastern banks of the lake. When compared to the other adjacent villages, the lake has its maximum length near Kumrarakom and with a network of calm canals running through it, it is truly a masterpiece and enjoys a unique position in the map of the state. Kumarakam is a best destiny for honeymooners in kerala. Plan your Kerala honeymoon with our kumarakom honeymoon Tour packages


The famed picnic village of Kollam is located in the sprawling 200 year old campus where Lord Munroe once stated. This tourist village located along the backwater front is the main center for recreational activities in the district of Kollam. It had a boat club, a children’s traffic park in additional to an adventure club and a good hotel. The Paramparya Museum in the same premises has paintings from different parts of the country like Warli, Kalamkari and Madhubani on display along with Kerala mural art. The village is located one km from the city of Kollam.

Alumkadavu is the place where the first houseboats in the country where built. Located north of the district of Kollam, the waft of coir and woods always seem to permeate the air. Perhaps one of the reasons could be the fact that is a major center for the construction of traditional rice barges, called kettuvalloms in the vernacular, which are later modified into houseboats for tourists. The houseboats eventually take shape in the hands of skilled artisans in the village who make sure that locally available eco-friendly materials like wood, bamboo poles and coconut fiber is used in its production.