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Allapuzha or Alleppey ( Backwater of Kerala )

About Allapuzha or Alleppey

Alleppey is called the Venice of the east as it is being surrounded by backwaters, canal and beach. Kerala's network of navigable backwaters stretches to over 900km and the major part of this is in Alleeppy. These backwaters with water birds, flowers and greenery along their banks and the local villages on the banks of the water canals make a fascinating view. A leisurely cruise on air-conditioned houseboat along the canals here is a memorable experience and the best way to explore the villages and rural life of Kerala. Houseboats forms one of the most attractive and unique accommodation options in Alleppey. During this houseboat cruise savor mouthwatering delicacies prepared in front of you by your Kitchen crew. Enjoy freshly caught fresh water fish cooked to your taste on board.

Alleppey is an important destination for tourists from all over the world for its unique natural beauty.

Places of Tourist Interest :

Backwater Cruise
Nature beauty of Alleppey backwaters can be explored through backwater cruise on a houseboat. There are many interesting routes to cruise on the Backwaters of Kerala, each route has its own uniqueness. Among them some are here which are more interesting :

Alleppey to Alleppey is one night cruise which takes you through the beautiful Punnamada Lake.

Alleppey to Kumarakom, also one night cruise which offers you a magnificient night. Water birds – both residents and migratory adorn the canals and water ways.

Alleppey to Kottayam is one of the most unique backwaters cruises. Here you can visit the toddy tappers at work and farming done at below sea level.

Alleppey to Thottappally – a cruise covering historical temples and churches.

Alleppey to Kidangara a cruise through the exotic backwaters to the Vembanad Lake and the fascinating Pathiramanal Island .

Alleppey to Mankotta – cruise is through the Punnamada Lake and provides you the opportunity of visiting the coir making villages and other historically important sights.

Alleppey to Alumkadavu – here you Can get both a one night cruise as well as a two night cruise. This cruise takes you to the place of origin of the house boats you are traveling .

This place at Alappuzha is one of few places in the world where farming is done below sea level. Kuttanad is a land of lush paddy fields and is called the 'Rice Bowl' of Kerela. Kuttanad stretches for 75 Km sandwiched between the sea and the hills.

Chettikulangara Bhagwathy Temple
Worshipping in this temple is believed to have miraculous powers to cure diseases and grant wishes to the devotees.

Champakulam Church
One of the oldest churches in Kerala, the St. Mary's Church is believed to be one of the seven established by St. Thomas.

Accessibility : 

Alleppey is well connected by road, air and waterways. Nearest airport to Alleppey is Cochin approx. 75 kms. Away from Alleppey and other airport is at its south i.e at Trivandrum which is approx. 160 kms. Away from Alleppey.

Alleppey is also connected by road with the other major cities like Cochin, Trivandrum, Quilon, Bangalore, Ooty.

Alappuzha is linked by boat service through the backwaters to Quilon, Changanassery, Kottayam, Cochin, Kumarakom, Kovalam and Chengannur.

Accommodation : 

In Alleppey houseboat is the main attraction for accommodation. But if the tourist wants to stay at hotels this is available. There in Alleppey this is possible to get the hotel accommodation for the budget price and also for the dlx. Accommodation.

Fairs & Festivals : 

Alleppey is basically for its boat races in between July and September and among it the most famous one is Nehru Trophy Snake Boat Race held every year around the time of the Onam festival. Nehru Trophy Boat Race which began in 1952 on the occasion of the visit of India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru to Alappuzha. It is now a major event held on the second saturday of August every year and features the gigantic snake-boats of Kerala, the Chundans-once the battleships of the Malayalee King of Yore.

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