Kerala

Overview

Kerala

Kerala is located in the southern tip of Indian sub continental In Asia.

Entire West side of Kerala state  is Arabian sea , hence Kerala having a marvelous beaches around 600 km length. Kerala Beach Tour packages are famous in various beaches like Kovalam, Varakala, Alappuzha, Fort Cochin , Cherai Calicut Kannur etc.. Western Ghats in Eastern boarder of Kerala seperates from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Western Ghat is a mountain range, which is listed in UNESCO world heritage site and is one among 8 hot spots to visit in the world, and its peak is around 2700 Meters above from sea level. Major Hill stations and Wild Life sanctuaries are located here. Some of them are Eravikaulam National Park , Periyar Tiger reserve forest , Chinnar wild life sanctuary , Muthanga and Tholpetty sanctuaries in Wayanad are some of the famous one. Tour destinations in Kerala like Munnar , Periyar and Wayanad are located in Western Ghats and are world famous hill stations.

Back water is the another major attraction in Kerala , which is a water body connecting Rivers and Sea. Kerala is blessed with 44 Rivers in this small area so that greenery in Kerala is much more than that of any other state in India. Alappuzha and Kumarakom are world famous Back water destinations in Kerala where Kumarakam is famous for Backwater resorts while Alappuzha is  for Backwater House boat tourism. Tourists those who are coming for Kerala Holiday packages from Delhi , Kolkatta , Mumbai and Ahammadabad can reach through flights in Cochin or Trivandrum Airports . Travellers booking Kerala tour packages from Chennai , Banglore , Hyderabad and  Mumbai can reach through Bus or train to Cochin , Kerala. As Kochi (also known as Cochin or Ernakulam ) is the central portion of Kerala and having all the 4 modes travelling hub , Kochi became the base or starting point of all Kerala Tour packages.

Honey moon tour to Kerala will give a memorable experience to the couples due to its climate , nature , scenery in Kerala apart from the service of Kerala tourism people. Kerala is known as Gods Own Country Due to its diversity in types of destinations like Beaches, Hill stations, wild life sanctuaries, Back waters , city in a short distance . Birds Holiday providing you economy Kerala tour packages as well as Luxury Tour packages as per the guests demand .

 

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Willingdon Island, Kochi, Kerala, India

This man-made island was created in 1933 by sand dredged while deepening the backwaters for the Cochin Port, under the direction of Sir Robert Bristow. A while back the Airport, Sea port and the railway terminus (Cochin Harbour Terminus) were situated on this island. Today, it is the home of the Cochin Port and the headquarters of the Sourthern Naval Command. The airport continues to be the naval air station, while the main airport has been moved to Nedumbassery, 30kms north-east of Cochin. Most of the trains now terminate at Ernakulam Junction instead of Cochin Harbour Terminus.There are beautiful walkways and jetty’s on this island. My favorite is the “Embarkation Jetty”. It has a walkway and a jetty close by. A good place to enjoy a leisure walk over evening sun!

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Jewish Synagogue

The synagogue, built in 1568, is magnificently decorated by Chinese tiles and Belgian chandeliers. Giant scrolls of the Old Testament can be found here.This synagogue is located in the old part of Mattenchery Town in Kochi known as Jew Town.

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Mattupetty, Munnar, Kerala, India

The Mattupetty lake and dam , just a short distance from the farm, is a very beautiful picnic spot.Mattupetty situated 13 km from the Munnar.The sprawling Kundala tea plantations and the Kundala lake are other attractions in the vicinity. DTPC Idukki provides boating facilities on the Mattupetty Dam. Speed Launch and slow speed motor boats are available on hire.

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Pallivasal, Kerala, India

This is the venue of the first Hydro Electric Project in Kerala and a place of immence scenic beauty.  It is situated 8 km away from Munnar.

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Lock Heart Gap

It is 13 km away from Munnar.This is an ideal place for adventure tourism and trekking. The fresh mountain air, the mist-clad hills and panoramic view make it worthy of a visit.

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Rajamala

The natural habitat of the Niligiri tahr , Rajamala is 2695 Mts above sea level. Half the world's population of the rare mountain goat or tahr which is fast becoming extinct, is now found here.The Niligiri tahr in Rajamala are now to be found in small herds found in Eravikulam-Rajamala region. The total number of Niligiri Tahrs in Rajamala is estimated to be over 1300.It is 15 km away from Munnar.

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Eravikulam National Park , Kannan Devan Hills, Kerala, India

It is one of the favorite destination for tourists. This park is home to the endangered species called the Niligiri Tahr. Private vehicles are not allowed inside the sanctuary. Special vehicles that belongs to the park carries tourists inside the sanctuary. The park timing is from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30p.m. and it remains open seven days a week. The entry fee is  Rs.65 per person for Indian nationals. For foreign nationals the entry fee is Rs.245 per person. There is also extra charge for cameras. The park remains closed every year from the first week of February to the first week of April every year. Anamudi the highest peak in South India can be seen from Eravikulam national park.

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Lakkam Waterfalls

After Eravikulam National Park it is possible to see water cascading down rocks.The water falls are one of the best waterfalls close to munnar.The route to this waterfall itself passes through places of unmatched natural beauty and during the drive itself one can see the tea estates and scenic beauty around. There is an entry fee of Rs.10 per person and it is open from 10:00am to 7:00pm on all days.

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chinnakanal

There is a small waterfalls on the way to Chinnakkanal.  Anayirangal dam is also situated close to Chinnakkanal.

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Tea Museum

This is located in Munnar town itself. There are old photographs displaying the history of Munnar. A documentary about the history of tea plantations here is shown here.  There is also a model of tea factory and the various process involved in producing tea can be seen here. There is an entry fee of Rs.75 for adults and Rs.35 for children. Separate fee for Rs.20 for camera. The temperature in Munnar is approximately cool and pleasant. In winter temperature may come down to 5°C and summer the maximum temperature is 25°C. For people intending to visit all the major tourist spots here, it is highly recommended to spend at least two nights in Munnar.

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Periyar wild life sanctuary

Lying close to the plantations,in the rich jungles of periyar in Thekkady is one of the world's most fascinating natural wild life reserves-the periyar wild life sanctuary.Spread across the 777sq.km.,of wich 360 sq.km. is thick evergreen forest,the periyar wild life sanctuary was declared a tiger reserve in 1978.Noted for its geomorphology, diversity of wildlife and scenic beautty,the reserve attracts the visitors all over the world. The splendid artificial lake formed by the Mullaperiyar dam across the Periyar adds to the charm of the park.This is the only sanctuary in India where you can have the unique experiance of viewing wildlife at close quarters from the safety of a boat on the lake. The greatest attraction of Periyar,however,are the herds of wild elephants that come down to play in the lake.

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Kurisumala

A place for adventure tourisum and trekking.This will offer a panoramic view of Kumily town and Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Kumily

This plantation town, closely associated with Thekkady, is situated on the out skirts of the Periyar Sanctuary.  An important shopping centre ans spice trade centre, the main bus station and most of the medium range accommodation in the Periyar region are in Kumily.

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Murikkady

Washed in fresh spice-scented air, Murikkady is a panorama of cardamom, coffee and pepper plantations. It is 5 km from Thekkady.

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Pandikuzhi

This picturesque spectrum of exotic flora, fauna and gurgling streams is cradled between Chellarkovil and the Tamil Nadu border.  A popular picnic spot, Pandikuzhi offers great opportunities for trekking and is a photographer's delight.

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Mangala Devi Temple

This ancient temple is hidden in the dense woods at the top of a oeak 1337 m above sea level.  The temple is built in the traditional Kerala style of architecture.  Visitors are allowed here only on the Chithra Pournami festival day.   The peak commands a panoramic view of the eastern slopes of the Ghats and some hill villages of Tamil nadu.  Permission to visit the area can be abtained from the Wildlife Wadren, Thekkady.

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ChellarKovil

This sleepy little village with its breath taking view of the plains and cascading waterfalls is a feast for the eyes.  The village slopes down to the famous coconut groves of Cumbum in neighbouring Tamil Nadu.

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Vandiperiyar

The River Periyar flowing through the centre of this town nourishes its vast tea, coffee and pepper plantations.  A major trade centre, Vandiperiyar is also home to a number of tea factories.  The Government Agriculture farm and Flower Garden have a delightful array of roses, orchids and anthuria.

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Vandanmedu, Kerala, India

This is one of the world's largest auction centres for candamom.  A walk through the sprawling cardamom plantations of Vandanmedu is a heady experience. It is 25 km from Thekkady.

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St.Francis church

This is the oldest European church in India.It was build in the early 16th century.This was initially build by the portuguese.This was the place where Vasco da Gama was first buried.Later his remains were taken to portugal.Tourists who are interested in historical places come here.This church is situated in Fort Kochi.

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Marine Drive, Kochi, Kerala, India

Kochi, which is a city located in the coastal area is also located close to backwaters.  At marine drive in Kochi there are many boats that take visitors through the backwaters. By taking a cruise along the backwaters it is possible to see different parts of the city. Here it is also possible to see many ships at a close distance.

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Tripunithura Hill Palace

Hill palace is a place of historic importance. It is from this palace that Kochi Rajas carried out their administration. This Hill Palace is an ideal place for history lovers The palace has been converted into a museum displaying a fine collection of articles showing the wealth and splendour of the Rajas of Kochi, including the thone and the crown. The musuem also houses a large collection of archaeological findings. Hill Palace is located 16km east of Cochin in Tripunithura, a satellite town of Cochin.

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Cherai Beach

This lovely beach ideal for swimming is located on the north end of Vypin island, one of the many small islands just off the mainland. The beach is lined by gorgeous coconut groves and paddy fields. Vypeen can be reached by land or by boat.

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Chapra Falls

This waterfall is located very close to Athirapally falls. Although this waterfall is smaller in size the place is located in a scenic location. This waterfall can be reached by travelling further ahead after Athirapally. This waterfall can be seen from the road itself. No entry fee is required.

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Vazhachal

Moving 5km. further ahead it is possible to reach Vazhachal. Here we can see water rushing down rocks.  There is also a small park, where different species of trees can be seen.  The botanical names of these trees are mentioned on the trees. Entry ticket to Vazhachal is included with entry ticket to Athirapally.

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Thumpurmuzhi Garden

Thumpurmuzhi is an ideal stopover with its garden, scenic splendor and a classic waterfall. 

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Butterfly Park in Thumburmuzhi

Thumboormuzhy Butterflypark is growing to be one of the important eco-tourism attractions in Chalakudy- Athirapally Ecotourism.   A visit to Athirapally will be completed only with a visit to Thumboormuzhy. It is astonishing that Thumboormuzhy attracts more tourists than Athirapally. Tourists across the globe are visiting thumboormuzhy. Thumboormuzhy is natural habitat of various. species of butterfly’s .Of course, butterfly sighting is seasonal. The lifespan of some varieties of butterfly is only four days  and in some other case it is up to 40 days.

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Hanging Bridge in Thumburmuzhi

Hanging Bridge is across Chalakudy river connecting 2 sides in Thumboormuzhy. It offers a panoramic view of  Thumboormuzhy, it is really an experience you have to enjoy.

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Kauthuka park

A park with difference created by Mr Varky veliyath. It a unique one in its kind. It is a must see destinaion , in ones life. How far a man can go with nature , flora and founa. Here we study the peaceful co existence of humans with the nature in its true ambiguity.  It is wonderful place to visit.  

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Chalakkudy River

The Chalakudy River originates in the Anamalai hills in the Western Ghats in the state of Tamil Nadu. In spite of originating there, the Chalakudy River is more famous in Kerala. There are some researches that lead us to believe that the river of Chalakudy is not a river by itself, but a sub set or a tributary of the bigger and the major river Periyar that flows across the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

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Janardhana Swamy Temple

This is a famous temple in the vicinity, which is dedicated to the Lord Vishnu. It is 2000 years old temple and the festivals are celebrated here with great zest. It's one of the major centers for doing homages to the ancestors.

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The Sivagiri Mutt

The Sivagiri Mutt is located at the distance of 2.5 kms from Varkala, this ashram is dedicated to Sree Narayana Guru, who urged against inequity and was always in the favor of one religion, caste and one god for humanity.

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Papanasham Beach & Cliff

With white sandy beach, golden sunset, pristine waters and towering cliffs, the breathtaking Papanasham Beach is a popular haunt with tourist. It's also a major heritage center that has so many historical values. From the cliff, you can view the fresh water spring at the beach. Taking bath over here is very important as it is believed that it will clean away all your sins.

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Varkala Lighthouse

It is the distance of 15 km to the south of Varkala, this place has its own history with British ruling. This light house is maintained by the Kerala Tourism development corporation.

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Ayurvedic Spa and Yoga Center

There are  many Ayurvedic spa and yoga centers in and around Varkala. These centers provide ayurvedic massage also.  Some of the Ayurvedic program varies from one week to one month.

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Angengo Fort

It was constructed by Dutch east India company during the 18th century. This Fort used to protect the trading interests of Dutch. The name originated from Anjuthengu which means 5 coconut trees that was present on the land given to the Dutch.

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Kappil Lake

This  is an estuary about 6 km from Varkala town. Here it is possible to see the backwaters which are surrounded by coconut trees everywhere.

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Alleppey Beach

This beach is situated very close to Alleppey railway station and on the western part of Alleppey town.  Tourists who come to see the backwaters also spend some time at the beach. It is an ideal place for spending the evening and for watching sunset.

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Kuttanad

It is also known as the rice bowl of Kerala because of the extensive paddy fields in the area. Most of the area is below sea level.  Travelling in a houseboat it is possible to see these paddy fields with coconut trees in the boundary.  The paddy fields combined with coconut trees add to the scenic beauty of this place.

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Mararikulam Beach

This beach is situated 11km north of Alleppey. Many coconut trees close to beach add to the beauty of this place. There are also many beach side resorts at Mararikkulam which are ideal place for spending vacation. This beach is also suitable for resting in a hammock below coconut trees.

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Pathiramanal

This is an island which lies north of Alleppey. This island can be reached only in a boat. It is possible to reach this place from Muhamma, which lies north of Alleppey. This island is inhabited by a variety of plants and animals.

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Kovalam, Kerala, India

Kovalam is the most famous beach of Kerala. Kovalam is also one of the best beaches in India and is attracting travelers from all over the world. This natural bay is a safe sea-pool free from high waves and surges - ideal for swimming and surfing. Kovalam is an internationally known holiday destination. Kovalam is also famous for its ayurvedic and naturopathic treatment centers. Kovalam is 18 km from Trivandrum city.

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Neyyar Dam, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India

The picturesque location of the dam and the lake in the midst of the mountains and a mini wild life protection area has made Neyyar a popular tourist destination. Boating along the reservoir, lake garden, crocodile farm and safari park makes Neyyar different from other tourist spots in Kerala. Neyyar is 29 km from Thiruvananthapuram.

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Padmanabhaswamy Temple

The temple is located inside the East Fort. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, & a blend of the Kerala and Dravidian styles of architecture. It is known for its Mural Paintings and Stone Carvings. One among the 108 sacred Vishnu Temples in India, the presiding deity in here is Lord Vishnu reclining on anantha the serpent.

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Kuthiramalika Palace Museum

The palace was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma - the King of Travancore, who was a great poet, musician, social reformer and statesman. This rare specimen of workmanship in the traditional travancore style of architecture also has exquisite wood carvings. The palace museum displays paintings and various priceless collections of the royal family.

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The Napier Museum

Built in the 19th century, the indo - saracenic structure boasts a "natural" Airconditioning system and houses a rare collection of archaeological and historic artifacts, bronze idols, ancient ornaments, a temple chariot and ivory carvings. The use of plaxtic is banned in the museum premises.

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Poovar Island

Poovar, a small coastal village along the natural harbour at Vizhinjam.It was then an important center of trade for sandalwood, spices and timber. Poovar is one among the natural wonders where the Lake, River, Sea and Beach meet the land. A rare find in Kerala, the southern state of India.Poovar is a small fishing island located in the southern part of Trivandrum. Fringed with coconut trees on all sides, it is an ideal place for tourists who want to have an outing.

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Shanghumukham Beach

One of the most popular beaches, Shanghumukham Beach is known for its pristine waters and soulful sunsets. It runs next to the Trivandrum airport and a must visit for those seeking tranquility.

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Vembanad Lake, Kerala, India

Vembanad lake is the largest lake in Kerala.It is India's logest lake too as the vast expanse of water runs from Kochi in north to Alleppey in south.It is otherwise called Vembanad kayal.It invites migratory birds from all parts of the world. It is a confluence of three rivers. To explore Kumarakom, you could hire a houseboat and sail the stretch of water. The small islands around and the serene atmosphere will be heavenly. The lake is rich in marine creatures with over 150 different kinds of fish in the waters.

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Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls

Aruvikkuzhi waterfalls is located 18 km from Kottayam. The over 100 feet high water falls is a famous picnic spot. It falls in five steps and it is an ideal location to be photographed. Located amidst rubber plantations, the wooden landscape and the streams flowing down make the place one of the most picturesque waterfalls. If you love to trek, you can have a still greater time here. Yet another attraction here is the St. Mary’s Church, which is located at the top of Aruvikkuzhi waterfalls.

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Kumarakom Birds Sanctuary

The 14 acre bird sanctuary is the favorite spot for migratory birds from all parts of the world. It is situated on the banks of Vembanad lake.The bird sanctuary  houses a wide range of birds including chukoo,water duck,owl,kingfishers,woodpeckers and egret.The migratory birds that attract attrantion include Siberian cranes, teal, wood beetle and many more. It is a birdwatchers’ paradise and you could make best use of your visit to this place by hiring houseboats and motorboats.

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Kumarakom Beach

Your choice of destination to relax on your holiday is completely justified here. The sandy shores and the serene coastal lines make the place a perfect spot for a leisure walk. You could unwind and observe the beauty of the place that brings calm to your mind or go all out to enjoy the various sporting activities available here. You could go swimming, boating, wind surfing, skiing and parasailing. You could go on a houseboat cruise to explore the beach to enjoy its enthralling beauty. The resorts around here offer ayurvedic massages and spa treatments.

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Kumarakom Backwater

Kumarakom backwaters is a scenic place where you can enjoy the bliss of nature. It is home to a wide range of plants and animals. The best way to enjoy the beauty of Kumarakom backwaters is to go on a houseboat that takes you through various canals, lakes and river around here. The houseboats offer you the best possible facilities you need for a comfortable journey on water. Be a passive admirer by sailing along or indulge in various water sports such as skiing and wind sailing. You could get lucky if you attempt at fishing.

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Juma Masjid

Juma Masjid is an ancient mosque that is over 1000 years old. It is also called Thazhathangadi Mosque.It is said that the mosque was constructed by Malik Dinar’s son Habib Dinar. Malik Dinar was behind the introduction of Islam in Kerala.This is considered one of the oldest mosques in the country. The magnificent architecture and the exquisite wood carvings are stunning. The inner courtyard, windows and the bathing area are excellently built that they look royal.   

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Pathiramanal Island

Pathiramanal is the one of the island in vembanad lake.Pathiramanal means the "Sand of night".The 10 acre houses an aquarium and a zoo.Some of the exotic types of migratory birds can be seen here. Since this island can be accessed only by boat, you could stop on your cruise on the backwaters to stretch yourself on the green island.   

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Bay Island Driftwood Museum

One of its kind museum in India, Bay Island Driftwood Museum is propelled by a unique idea. It showcases the carvings and intricate woodwork on driftwood or any other wood recovered from water. Originally initiated by a school teacher, Raji Punnose, this form of art attracts admirers from all over the world. The authentic woodwork is awe-worthy to even those who don’t understand the intricacies behind the art.

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Lighthouse Beach

The shining star of Kovalam,the light house beach is a magnificent mix of gleaming sand,rocking waves,swaying palm  fringes and blue aquamarine water. The most frequently visited beach in Kovalam,the light house beach got its name from the old vizhinjam light house,which stands tall on a rocky headland.Long walks by the costline,sun bathing,surfing,beach volleyball and swimming are some of the activities that can be enjoyed at the beach.

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Hawah Beach

Hawah beach has an interesting story behind its name.sometime back,this beach was frequented by topless European women lokking to get a perfect tan and thus originated by the name Hawah beach.However,at present,topless bathing is banned here,as it is on beaches elsewhere in India.

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Karamana River

The place is ideal for boating.Many different type of boats are available here.It is easy for tourists from Kovalam to visit this place as it is only 12 km from Kovalam.The natural beauty around the river will be worth seeing.

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Aruvikkara Dam, Kerala, India

This dam across the Aramana river,is a frequently visited by people coming to Kovalam.An ancient Bhagwathy Temple is also situated in this area.There is an entrance fee of Rs.5 per person for Indian nationals and Rs.20 per person for foreign nationals.

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Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium

In this aquarium many varieties of rare fish and marine species.This aquarium is 2 kms from Kovalam.The entry timing is from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm.

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Vellayani Lake

This lake is about 7 km from Kovalam.The view around this lake is delightful especially at night.This is one of the few fresh water lakes near Kovalam.This place freqently visited by tourists coming to Kovalam.

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Kanyakumari

This is southearn most trip of India.This is also the place where the three seas surround India meet.Although this place is about 90 km from Kovalam many tourists who come to Kovalam visit Kanyakumari.This is also the only place in India we can get an impressive view of sunrise and sunset froom the same shore.

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St.Francis Church

This is the oldest European church in India. It was built in the early 16th century.  This was initially built by the Portuguese. This was the place where Vasco da Gama was first buried. Later his remains were taken to Portugal.  Tourists who are interested in historical places come here. This church is situated in Fort Kochi.

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Marine Drive, Kochi, Kerala, India

Kochi, which is a city located in the coastal area is also located close to backwaters.  At marine drive in Kochi there are many boats that take visitors through the backwaters. By taking a cruise along the backwaters it is possible to see different parts of the city. Here it is also possible to see many ships at a close distance.

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Jewish Syngogue

Jewish Synagogue : This is located in Mattanchery in Kochi. This synagogue was built in the latter half of 16th century on land given by the rulers of Kochi to Jewish traders. The surrounding area known as Jew town is a place for shopping for many antique items.  The synagogue remains open to visitors on all week days except Fridays and Saturdays and other holidays.

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Fort Kochi Beach

This Beach is located in Fort Kochi. The best time to visit the beach is during the evening where we can see the sunset. Sitting in the beach it is also possible to see many ships moving to and from Kochi port.  Maximum number of tourists visits this place during the new-year celebrations. During this period Cochin Carnival is held here every year attracting big crowds. 

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Tripunithura Hill Palace

Tripunithura Hill Palace is a place of historic importance. It is from this palace that Kochi Rajas carried out their administration. This Hill Palace is an ideal place for history lovers The palace has been converted into a museum displaying a fine collection of articles showing the wealth and splendour of the Rajas of Kochi, including the thone and the crown. The musuem also houses a large collection of archaeological findings. Hill Palace is located 16km east of Cochin in Tripunithura, a satellite town of Cochin.

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Cherai Beach

This lovely beach ideal for swimming is located on the north end of Vypin island, one of the many small islands just off the mainland. The beach is lined by gorgeous coconut groves and paddy fields. Vypeen can be reached by land or by boat.

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Alappuzha Beach

This beach is situated very close to Alleppey railway station and on the western part of Alleppey town.  Tourists who come to see the backwaters also spend some time at the beach. It is an ideal place for spending the evening and for watching sunset.

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Kuttanad

It is also known as the rice bowl of Kerala because of the extensive paddy fields in the area. Most of the area is below sea level.  Travelling in a houseboat it is possible to see these paddy fields with coconut trees in the boundary.  The paddy fields combined with coconut trees add to the scenic beauty of this place.  

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Mararikkulam Beach

This beach is situated 11km north of Alleppey. Many coconut trees close to beach add to the beauty of this place. There are also many beach side resorts at Mararikkulam which are ideal place for spending vacation. This beach is also suitable for resting in a hammock below coconut trees.    

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Pathiramanal

This is an island which lies north of Alleppey. This island can be reached only in a boat. It is possible to reach this place from Muhamma, which lies north of Alleppey. This island is inhabited by a variety of plants and animals.  

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Paddy Fields

Presenting the rice-producing heart of Cherai, the green paddy fields are cultivated elow the sea level to make a ewitching pastoral surrounding. You can explore the exotic flora and fauna in and around the paddy fields, where you feel very nice eing around utterflies and enticing species of fish and irds as well.

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The Backwaters

With their striking eauty and charm, the heart of Cherai rests where the lakes, lagoons and canals comine together. The glittering calm waters of Periyar, with fascinating coconut trees, make a cherished harmony of nature. See your daily life unfolding on the coast of the canals and get a glance of coir making art. A calm diversion can also made through the scenic ackwaters, refreshing you with a cool reeze. Viewing the Kollam Kottappuram National Water Way while travelling from Kochi to Cherai is a thrilling experience.

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Cherai Gowreeshwara Temple

It's one of the popular Hindu pilgrimage center in Cheria, where the iggest festival of Eranakulam district is celerated with great joy. Major attraction of this festival is the Elephant March that draws many visitors from different parts of the world.

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Pallipuram Church

uilt y the Portuguese in the year 1507, this church houses a wonderful image of Ave Mary placed aove the altar. The cultural life of Cherai would e incomplete without the festival at this church, which is celerated every year for 15 days.

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Pallipuram fort

It's one of the oldest European monuments in India that has three-story hexagonal structure and was repaired etween 1596 and 1605 with a frontage added in Manuelino style.

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Azheekkal Sree Varaha Temple

Located in Cherai in the Ernakulam district, this temple is known as the first GS Temple in Kerala.  This temple includes all the seven gods of the Gowda Saraswat rahmins of Kerala. It is very popular for its eautiful wood carving, the ceiling of the eastern Gopuram, the Silver Pallake, and the tank of the temple.  All these are different in their eauty and esthetic excellence. 

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Munabam reak Water Point & each

Located at the northern end of Cherai each, it's a eautiful place where Periyar river meets the Araian Sea. It's an ideal place to sit and relish the scenic eauty. The striking sunset forms the classic scenery and offers wonderful inspiration to tourists.

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Munamam Fising Harour

This is another major attraction that captivates millions of tourists every year to uy fresh seafood directly from fishers at Fisherman's Wharf.

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