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Kerala Village Cruise

Village cruises complete the tour to southern Kerala. Kerala backwaters take you through the winding waterways of God's Own Country, unveiling the colourful culture and customs of remote Kerala. The coastline of Kerala is dotted with these delightful backwater destinations.Kerala is a 365-day tourist destination, thanks to its widespread channel of backwaters, golden beaches and breathtaking landscapes. The perfect way to enjoy the backwater world is through a number of Kerala backwater cruises that take you on a memorable trip on board traditional houseboats called "Kettuvallams". The waterways of Kerala play a main role in the economy of the state, links remote villages and islands with the main land. The water ways provide a cheap and economical mode of transport. It is incredibly different experience to cruise in the backwaters in country boats, absorbing the beauty of Kerala villages.

In Kerala the backwater tours are mainly concentrated in Alleppey and Kumarokom areas.

Alleppey (Alappuzha) is a District of immense natural beauty in Kerala. Today, Alappuzha has grown in importance as a Backwater Tourist Centre, attracting several thousands of foreign tourists each year.It is also famous for boat races, houseboat holidays, beaches, marine products and coir products. It ia also known as the Venice of The East. For a total Alappuzha experience traverse the canals on small vallams (Boats) or anchor in the middle of the backwater lakes on a Kettuvallam (rice boat converted to cozy house boats) - spend the night under the star lit sky, listening to the splash of water on to the boat. Alappuzha Backwater
Alappuzha Pathiramanal

This Island on the backwaters is a favorite haunt of hundreds of rare migratory birds from different parts of the world. The island lies between Thaneermukkom and Kumarakom, and is accessible only by boat.

This area in Kerala is very famous for its backwaters and you can have very beautiful scenes of paddy fields. This is one of the places in the world where farming is done below sea level.This is a popular location in the Kerala tour. //Read more//

The village of Kumarakom is a group of small islands in the Vembanad Lake, which forms part of the Kuttanad region. It is a good choice for bird watching, village tours and nature trails. Even if you do not have any fixed agenda for your holiday,Kumarakom would fit your bills perfectly as it offers a relaxing and tranquil holiday, away from the maddening pace and mayhem of the urban life, yet not cut off from the modern comforts.Alappuzha Backwater
Alappuzha Pathiramanal

Bird Sanctuary:-
 This 14 acres bird sanctuary, along with the very famous Vembanad lake (one of largest freshwater lake in Asia) on whose eastern bank it is situated, is the hall mark of Kumarakom. To make the most of your trip get up early in the morning and go on foot 1.5 km track inside the jungle, where you get to spot heron, darters, storks, teals and common egrets. Taking a boat ride can be another option, but then you are more likely to encounter waders like water fowls and ducks.

Bay Island Driftwood Museum:- To see the height of the flight of human imagination, pay a visit to Bay Island Driftwood museum at the market junction. It houses the chiseled driftwood gathered from the beaches of the Adman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal. A retired teacher Raji Punnoose, who is also the curator of this museum, has carved out excellent images from these driftwood pieces - needless to say 'best out of waste'.

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