Alappuzha Vacation



Alappuzha has always been famous for its backwaters, soft sandy beaches and also for its boat races. Alappuzha vacation allows the visitors to experience the natural beauty and diverse species of bird and animal life. Millions of tourists from across the world frequent Alappuzha.

Alappuzha is often termed as the Venice of east. The climate of Alappuzha has a maritime influence. Alappuzha is situated near the Arabian Sea in the west, there are innumerable number of lakes, fresh water rivers and lagoons. It is also the hub of marine products and coir industry.

Alappuzha Travel



Alappuzha travel comprises of backwater trips, restaurants, shopping and so on. Alappuzha is known for its backwaters and the houseboats make the backwater trips more enjoying and memorable. The backwater trips take the visitors to places like Kuttanad. The place is popular for its lush green paddy fields, countless waterways and a wide range of animal life.

Alappuzha restaurants serve some of the best Kerelean dishes along with other Indian dishes. Som eof the restaurants are Vimala restaurant, Athulya restaurant, Premier restaurant and Cafe Venice. Shopping is an important part of leisure travel. There are innumerable Alappuzha shops dealing in varied merchandise.

Travel to Alappuzha can be exciting and refreshing amidst the backwaters and the sheer natural beauty. Alappuzha vacation also introduces the visitors to the rich maritime history of Kerala.



Last Updated on 05 May 2011





     


     

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