Backwater Tourism Destinations Kerala
It's an intricate network of innumerable lagoons, lakes, canals, estuaries and the deltas of forty-four rivers that drain into the Arabian Sea. Over 900 km of this labyrinthine waterworld is navigable.
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The largest backwater stretch in Kerala is the Vembanad lake which flows through three districts and opens out into the sea at the Kochi port.
Cruising along the backwaters of Kerala is an ideal way to discover the real Kerala. The placid backwaters that stretch for over fifteen hundred kilometers are covered with swinging palm trees.
Welcome to the Backwater Tourism in India. The delightful south; almost untouched by invasions throughout its history, the Indian heritage is more intact here than in other regions of the country. This is a land of temples, a land of the devout where new wonders await - the profusion of orange flowers, the shade of the banyan tree, and the soft beat of distant drums as yet another festival starts... A Myriad of Temples.
Alappuzha is an alluring town with its lovely lakes, lagoons and fresh water rivers.Referred to as the ‘ Venice of the East’, this town is laced with a network of canals and is famous for its boat races, houseboats, beaches, marine products and coir industry. Alappuzha is home to some diverse animal and bird life too. The rich crop of bananas, yams and cassava is yet another feature of Alappuzha.
Closeby are the backwaters of Kottayam. Amidst paddy fields, rubber plantations and the highlands is the charming town of Kottayam . Kottayam is popularly known as the land of lakes and latex. The entire population of Kottayam is literate and that makes it the land of letters too. Besides, Kottayam has a rich cultivation of cash crops.
The town Kollam on the Ashtamudi Lake is renowned for being the gateway to the beautiful backwaters of Kerala.The tourists have the option of going for a backwater tour or cruise that commences from Kollam. The backwater tour from Kollam to Alappuzha happens to be the longest cruise in Kerala.This town Kollam is famous for its cashew crop.
Duration : 07
Nights/08 Days Backwater Tourism Destinations Kerala
Destinations Covered : Cochin - Periyar - Kumarakom - Mararikulam - Cochin
Day 01 : Cochin
Arrive Cochin and transfer to the hotel in Backwater Tourism in Kerala.
Day 02 : Cochin
Morning city tour of Cochin. Afternoon at leisure. Evening enjoy a Kathakali dance performance in Backwater Tourism Destinations Kerala.
Day 03 : Cochin - Periyar By Car /Coach
Morning drive to Periyar and on arrival, check in at the hotel. Late afternoon enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Periyar to view wildlife in Backwater Tourism Destinations Kerala.
Day 04 : Periyar - Kumarakom By Car /Coach
Morning drive to Kumarakom and on arrival check-in at the hotel. Late afternoon sunset boat cruise on Lake Vembanad.
Day 05 : Kumarakom - Houseboat
Late morning board the Kettuvalam (houseboat) and spend the day cruising through the backwaters. Overnight on board the houseboat in Tourism Destinations in Kerala
Day 06 : Houseboat, Mararikulam
Morning disembark the houseboat and drive to Mararikulam. On arrival, check in at the resort. Afternoon at leisure in Backwater Tourism Destinations in Kerala
Day 07 : Mararikulam
Full day at leisure to relax at the beach resort or enjoy an Ayurvedic massage at the resort in Tourism Destinations in Kerala.
Day 08 : Mararikulam - Cochin By Car /Coach & Departure Cochin
In time transfer to the Cochin airport for onward flight in Backwater Tourism in Kerala.