Kodimatha Boat Jetty

The Kodimatha Boat Jetty is one of popular means of transport for the tourists of Kottayam.
The Kottayam city in Kerala is famous for its enchanting backwaters, a viable means of water transport. There are a number of boat jetties in the city that are used by tourists and travelers for commuting from one place to another, Kodimatha Boat Jetty is one among them.

Daily ferry services operate from the Kodimatha boat Jetty in Kottayam and take the visitors through the backwaters of Kerala. Dolphin Tourist boat service offers daily trip to the important tourist places from the Kodimatha Boat Jetty. The boat jetty is built on the Kodoor River. A number of operators provide boats for different types of backwater tours from Kodimatha boat Jetty.

The trip from Kodimatha Boat Jetty is very fascinating and intriguing. Moving softly on the exquisite boats, tourists can enjoy the beauty of the palm trees and ancient buildings. From this boat jetty, tourists can reach various destinations like Kovalam, Kumarakom Alleppey and Nedumudi.

Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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