You can board the SAAM’s Super luxury houseboat in Alleppey.
Discover signature class grandeur and comfort aboard the majestic 3 bedroom SAAM’s super luxury houseboat. The boat is lavishly done up with custom made furniture, air conditioned en-suite bedrooms, air conditioned dining area, an onboard kitchen and well trained crew members who will ensure that your stay is as comfortable as possible.
Commonly referred to as the Venice of the East, Alleppey is known for its large network of lakes, lagoons, channels and rivers. The backwaters also host the renowned Snakeboat Races of Kerala. Due to the fact that Alleppey is highly dependent on the backwaters, most produce from the local residents is directly dependent on the vast network of waterways as well as the ecosystem that the waterways support. Alleppey is famous for its marine produce such as fish and crab as well as its coir industry.
Kuttanad is known as the Rice Bowl of Kerala because of the presence of massive paddy fields. It lies in the heart of the backwaters and is known to be one of a select few places in the world where farming is done below sea level.
(From Alleppey- Motorboat: 90 min./ Speedboat: 30 min.) The enchanting island of Pathiramanal is a favourite haunt for hundreds of rare migratory birds from across the globe. The isle lies between Thaneermukkom and Kumarakom and is accessible only by boat.
Kumarakom is a village in Lake Vembanadu that’s composed of a cluster of small islands. It is popular with tourists due to the presence of several high-end island resorts. You can board the SAAM’s ultra luxurious houseboat at Kumarakom for a cruise through the most famous stretches of Kerala’s Backwaters.
Kochi is one of the finest natural harbours in the world, and is popularly spoken off as the Queen of Arabian Sea. The local ferries are a popular tourist attraction along with a riverboat cruise through the winding waterways. Some of the several quaint spots that you can stop by include the picturesque Bolgatty Island, Vypeen Island, Gundu and Vallarpadam.
You can board the SAAM’s Super luxury houseboat in Alleppey or Kumarakom. The SAAM’s Eco-boat cruise can be booked for a journey through the Nileshwaram Waterways which lie in the northernmost district of Kerala, Kasaragod. The Eco-cruise was created to be a green statement that reflects SAAM’s belief in taking environmental responsibility. The boat is environmentally friendly without skimping on creature comforts. Wide bay windows, earthy décor and year long mild climate make the Eco-cruise an essential part of a tour through the north of Kerala.
The boat is constructed solely of natural materials such as hardwood, bamboo and coir. The architecture and design of the boat speaks volumes about the glorious local culture. The no-frills and earthy charm is a connoisseur’s delight. So, any time you wish to explore North Kerala, make sure you stay a night on board the SAAM’s Eco-houseboat.