WHERE DREAMS MEET DESTINATIONS
Destination Kerala
 
     

Alappuzha        Ernakulam       Idukki       Kannur       Kasargod       Kollam       Kottayam       Kozhikode
Malappuram       Palakkad       Pathanamthitta       Thiruvananthapuram       Thrissur       Wayanad

 
   

Alappuzha (Alleppey)
Often referred to as the Venice of the east, this country side has an abundance of water in various forms, be it the backwaters, the lakes, the beaches, or the canals. The water locked district offers a variety of sights to its visitors, who blissfully enjoy their serene holiday away from bustles of work and daily chores.

Alappuzha Beach
A popular picnic spot along the Arabian Sea shoreline, the beach has been a exhilarating vision for tourists. The mesmerizing phases of the sun, a pier extending to the sea built more than a hundred years ago, and a well maintained beach park adjacent to the sands enhances the magnificence of the shore.

Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple
Built centuries ago by the local ruler of the land,, the temple that honours Lord Sree Krishna is often associated with a spiritual history which claims the appearance of the Lord as a sage in the kingdom of early times. The temple located 12 kilometers from Alleppey, attracts plenty of devotees throughout the year, and is particularly famous for the pal payasam offering.

Backwater Cruises
Alleppey, most often referred to as the hub of backwater tourism in the state provides you with the opportunity to unwind yourself from your daily tranquilities, and live your dream of a calm and serene floating world through traditionally built houseboats. You are offered a variety of options to choose durations, services levels, air-conditioning facilities, and food choices

Krishnapuram Palace
Noted for its architecture of traditionally built roofs, corridors and windows, the palace is now home to an archeological museum housing wooden sculptures, bronze items, mural paintings, ancient coins, and stone carvings

Kuttanad Region
Famous for its vast paddy fields, the Kuttanad region is one of the few places in the world where farming is carried out below sea level. The region houses a major roadway that would capture the captivating stills of the country side, while enjoying a breezy drive

Manarashala Sree Nagaraja Temple
A very ancient and internationally renowned pilgrimage center, devotees visit this temple to worship serpent gods. Nestled in a forest like setup, the path of the temple premises houses plenty of snake images.

Mararikulam
A beach village in Alleppey, Mararikulam is commercially promoted for its established tourism instinct. A number of beach resorts and homes are strategically built to provide you with a comfortable holiday relieving you of tensions and worries.

Nehru Trophy Boat Race
Conducted on the second Saturday of August every year, these snake boat races with over 90 rowers have been a significant feature since 1952.

Pathiramanal
Located between Alleppey and Kottayam, this island is known for its scenic beauty, and appeals to nature lovers for housing rare migratory birds.

Arthunkal Basilica
The first basilica in Alleppey, and the 7th one in Kerala, the church attracts plenty of devotees throughout the year, and is one of the significant international pilgrimage centers.

 
 
Alappuzha Beach
Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple
Krishnapuram Palace
Kuttanad
Manarashala Sree Nagaraja Temple
Nehru Trophy Boat Race
Arthunkal Basilica
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