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Alleppey Backwaters

A true paradise when it comes to picture perfect landscape, Alleppey (now Alappuzha) is home to natural beauty. Referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’, Alleppey in Kerala is visited by thousands of travelers every year. Alleppey is a destination for every kind of traveler, be it nature lover, wildlife enthusiast, photographer or a wanderer. There is no better way to enjoy a long and peaceful holiday than cruising along the palm fringed waterways of Alleppey.

Backwaters of Alleppey are an experience to cherish. Passing through those paddy fields, coconut groves, Chinese fishing nets, villages and temples is truly an enchanting experience. The cool wind keeps caressing your face further adds to the charm. As you journey through the serene backwaters of Alleppey in a beautiful houseboat, you get to enjoy the sight of the unexplored regions of Kerala. The entire backwater cruising experience is something you can’t forget that easily.

Alleppey Backwater Routes
While the clear blue skies cover you with a fresh soothing layer, flocks of ducks swim around to make you feel like you are in heaven. The hub of Kerala Backwaters, Alleppey has numerous backwater routes to offer. There is something unique about every route, which will captivate you more than the other.

One of the most beautiful backwater routes here is from Alapphuzha to Kumarakom. This one night cruise will let you enjoy a magical night under the beautiful starry sky. Fascinating visuals of men and women fishing, coconut trees swaying with the wind, water birds passing by the canals, will take you away from all the city chaos.

Alappuzha to Kottayam is another great backwater cruise. The serenity of the route is completely matchless.

Alappuzha to Alumkadavu cruising takes you to Alumkadavu, the place where the Kettuvallams (houseboats) originated.

Alappuzha to Thottappally will take you on a journey of historical places. The cruise takes you to important places like Champakkulam Church and Ambalphuzha temple.

Alappuzha to Mankotta journeys through Punnamada Lake. This offers an opportunity to have a look at those coir making villages and many more historically important sights.

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