Backwater Tours Kerala



The magnificent Kerala Backwaters are blessed with the creator's nicest of gifts. One visit to the backwaters of Kerala and you will readily realize why Kerala is known as 'gods own country'. With the presence of exotic locations and loads of activities, the Backwater Tours Kerala is simply unparallel.

The backwaters of Kerala are bestowed with lush green surroundings that instantly rejuvenate a tired soul. One can smell the fragrance of wet soil, so alien in our urban world. The stretches of palm trees swaying in the wind, seem like they are beckoning you. The boundary-less rice fields and the presence of never before seen birds will please even the unhappy person in the world.

The most popular Backwater Tours Kerala is:

  • Kumarakom Backwaters
  • Alleppey Backwaters
  • Kochi Backwaters
  • Kollam Backwaters
  • Trivandrum Backwaters
Situated almost 15 Kilometers away from Kottayam, Kumarakom is located on the shores of the Lake Vembanad. Surrounding the lake, the cluster of islands forms the venue for the Kumarakom Backwaters. Cruising through the canals, leaving behind the lush green palm stretches is an exceptional experience. Bird watchers will have a gala time in the nearby bird sanctuary.

Kollam is known as the gateway of the Kerala backwaters. Besides sailing in the backwaters of the region, one can also visit the well maintained Mata Amritanandamayi Ahram. The boat club, children's traffic park and the old government guest house are other nearby attractions. Other backwaters are also special with their own unique characteristics and worth a thousand visits.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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