Tours from Alappuzha



Tours from Alappuzha entertain the visitors and keep them engaged to various adventurous activities or exploring the heritage sites of the place. The backwaters in Alappuzha is the jewel among the attractions of Kerela. Many tours in Alappuzha are conducted covering the temples and other tourist destinations.

Approximately 44 rivers and nearly 1,000 kilometers of inland waterways create an incredible network of backwaters. There is a wide range of boat cruises in the backwater tours of Alappuzha. The minimum rates for the cruises are low enough for every tourist to take a ride. For the tourists who would opt for more lavish rides can look for the luxury houseboat operators.

Another facet of Alappuzha attracts merchants from all over the world. The coir factory was started by an English sea captain ages ago, since then this industry have not only shown heavy production but also have transformed into a tourists destination. Tours to the coir industries help the visitors to learn about the process of coir making. Some more places near Alappuzha comprise the heritage tours of Alappuzha like the Punnamada Kayal, The Krishnapuram Temple, Ambalapuzha Temple, Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple, Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple, Kottamkulangara Mahavishnu Temple and Devi Temple. Alappuzha tours are not only enjoyable but also economical.

Trip to Alappuzha shall remain incomplete if the tourists miss out the prime places of conducting tours from Alappuzha. During the Onam festival, many festive tours are carried out in Alappuzha.



Last Updated on 05 May 2011





     


     

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