Kollam - Alumkadavu



Among the houseboat tours from Kollam, the Kollam - Alumkadavu is one of the most popular ones. Alumkadavu is blessed with enchanting natural beauty. Sailing in the houseboat across the Kollam - Alumkadavu national water way can be the best experience of a Kollam tour. The backwater tours of Alumkadavu are also affordable. At present only Rs.100/- is charged for a halfway journey from Kollam to Alumkadavu. There are specific times in the day when these boat tours operate. Special concessions for students are also provided by the tour operating companies.

A journey of only 26 Kilometers from Kollam city enables one to reach the wonderful Alumkadavu. The crystalline backwater lake is surrounded by expansive stretches of coconut and palm trees. Alumkadavu falls in the way of the Kollam-Alappuzha route. It is known for the traditional houseboats or Kettuvallam making center. Most of these Kettuvallams have been transformed into modern houseboats.

Alumkadavu in Kollam has a lovely resort that provides luxurious facilities to its guests. The floating conference hall is the pride of the place. There are innumerable exciting facilities that are provided at the resort in Alumkadavu, Kollam. Some of these include:
  • Trip to Matha Amritanandamayi Asramam
  • Backwater Cruise
  • Ayurvedic Spa
  • Fishing
  • Canal Tour
  • Wonderful Accommodation
There are also special resort packages that are offered to the tourists and visitors. Alumkadavu at Kollam not only attracts local tourists but also visitors from abroad on a large scale.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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