Alappuzha (Malyalam) /Alleppey

  • Alappuzha

    Alappuzha (Malyalam) /AlleppeyReferred to as the Venice of the East, Alleppey’s vast network of lakes, lagoons and rivers is known to be immensely beautiful. It also happens to be the venue for the world-renowned snake boat races and is famous for its coir industry and marine produce.

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  • Kuttanad

    KuttanadKnown as the Rice Bowl of Kerala because of its wealth of paddy crops, Kuttanad lies at the very heart of Kerala’s backwaters. It’s one of the few places in the world where farming is done below sea level.

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  • Pathiramanal

    Pathiramanal(From Alleppey: Motorboat- 90 min./ Speedboat- 30min.) The enchanting island of Pathiramanal (Sands of Midnight) is a preferred destination for hundreds of rare migratory birds from different parts of the world. The island lies between Thaneermukkom and Kumarakom and is accessible only by boat.

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  • Kumarakom

    KumarakomNestled among lush paddy fields, highlands and rubber plantations, Kumarakom is one of Kerala’s most popular backwater stretches. Ideal for a picnics, Kumarakom also provides you with activities such as boating, fishing and sightseeing. The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is another popular attraction and is paradise for bird watchers.

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  • Kochi

    KochiKochi is one of the finest natural harbours in the world and is known commonly as the Queen of the Arabian Sea. Going about in the local ferries and stepping on board a houseboat for a cruise through the winding waterways are just two of the many attractions that should be on your to-do list. The cruise will take you through several quaint spots including Bolgatty and Vypeen Islands, Gundu and Vallarpadam.

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  • Kozhikode

    KozhikodeUnexplored and unspoilt, the backwaters of Kozhikode offer delightful holiday options: Elathur, the Canoli Canal and the Kallai River are favourite places for boatin whereas Kadalundi is is famous for its beautiful bird sanctuary. Korapuzha is the venue of the Korapuzha Jalotsavam (water fiesta) and is definitely worth experiencing.

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  • Valiyaparamba

    Valiyaparamba30 km from Bekart Fort in Kasaragod lies Valiyaparamba Island. This is perhaps the most scenic backwater stretch in Kerala. Fed by four rivers and dotted with numerous little islands, you can explore the backwaters in a houseboat from Kottappuram in Nileshwaram to Kannur. The island itself is famed for its flora and fauna.

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  • Kottappuram

    KottappuramKottappuram is known for its coir industry and placid waters. The name Kottapurram literally translates to ‘place around a fort’ and it got its name due to the presence of Cranganore Fort, built by the Portuguese in the early parts of the 16th century.

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Wildlife Sanctuaries

  • Periyar Tiger Reserve

    Periyar Tiger Reserve(4 km from Thekkady in Idukki) Snuggled in the Western Ghats lies one of the world’s richest bio-diversity spots; the fascinating natural wildlife sanctuary of Thekkady and within its compound lies the protected Periyar Tiger Reserve famous for being home to the royal Bengal Tiger.

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  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

    Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary(17 km from east of Sulthan Bathery) The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is close to 345 sq. Km. in size and is composed of two parts- Muthanga in the south and Tholpetty in the north. Muthanga is located 18km west of Sulthan Bathery while Tholpetty lies 15km from Mananthavady. The wildlife sanctuary is famous due to the abundance of rare flora and fauna.

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Hill Stations

  • Munnar

    Munnar(60 km from Idukki) Situated at the confluence of three mountain streams, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India and is 1600m above sea level. Sprawling tea plantations, picturesque towns, winding lanes and several resorts have made Munnar a popular hill station. Mattupetty lies in the vicinity and is worth a visit. It is famous for its highly specialised dairy farm, the Mattupetty Lake and the Mattupetty Dam. The sprawling Kundala tea plantations and Lake Kundala are other attractions in the vicinity.

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Beaches of Kerala

  • Kovalam

    Kovalam(16 km from Trivandrum) Internationally renowned, this seaside destination comprises of three adjacent crescent-shaped beaches of which the southernmost, known as the Lighthouse Beach, is the most popular. Kovalam offers a variety of activities including snorkelling, catamaran rides and cycle rides on the beach but is especially known for its glorious views of the sun setting over the Arabian Sea.

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  • Alappuzha Beach

    Alappuzha Beach(3 ½ km from the city) In addition to the famous Alleppey beach, one can also visit the 137-year-old pier which extends into the sea and the old lighthouse.

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  • Fort Kochi Beach

    Fort Kochi Beach(21 km form Ernakulam) Overlooking the Arabian Sea with its ancient Chinese fishing nets dotting the foreground, Fort Kochi Beach offers some spectacular sunsets.Don’t forget ti grab a bite from the waterfront stalls serving delicious preparations of freshly caught seafood!

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  • Bekal Fort Beach

    Bekal Fort Beach(1 km from Bekal Fort in Kasaragod) Also known as Pallikere Beach, this scenic seaside beach offers a spectacular view of the historic fort and has ample facilities for recreation and relaxation.

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