Alleppey is also known as Alappuzha as well. It is one of Kerala's fourteen districts. The district of Alappuzha is endowed with an enormous number of backwaters. Kerala's backwater tourism owes a lot to this popular Kerala district.Apart from the backwaters, there are a variety of tourist attractions in the area. The backwaters of Alleppey consist of a network of rivers , canals, lagoons, lush paddy fields, beaches and so on. Tourists will rely on houseboats and motor boats Alleppey to enjoy the backwaters here. Boats are small country wooden boats specifically built to operate in backwaters, in particular in the canal network present here.
Alappuzha is a watery paradise with interconnecting canals, almost infinite paddy fields, and coconut trees that perennially sway. The best view of this landslip is from the outside, cruising across the backwaters from the Alleppey houseboats.
It is not just a matter of exquisite window views to ride in a houseboat in Alleppey. In itself, it is an enchanting experience. The cool air, the occasional migratory birds, and the seasonal rains make the boat trip a rare pleasure you will appreciate forever.For romantic outings, the Kerala backwaters offer a rousing atmosphere. It is a heaven for honeymooners.
They have the natural environment of a huge lake and the privacy of modern luxuries on a houseboat. Any of the unforgettable days of their lives can certainly be spent by those who cherish love and happiness on houseboats of Alleppey.All meals served would be traditional dishes from Kerala. We have the right ingredients for fish dishes and rice. For breakfast, bread, butter, jam, and eggs will be provided and Chappathis and chicken / vegetable curry will be provided on request for lunch and dinner.
As a mode of transport, fishing and agriculture, the Alleppey backwaters were historically used and have evolved as a tourism hotspot over time. In the popular Kerala houseboats, the main attraction of the Alleppey backwaters is the overnight ride.
Sunset viewing, bird watching, trips to the village, stargazing, seeing the daily lives of farmers and fishermen, as well as visiting the different regions specialising in the processing of such items such as toddy, coir, handicrafts-Alleppey is a handful of experiences to have.
Alleppey is rightly called the East Venice. Alleppey or Alappuzha is no less than a popular European city with its labyrinth of Brackish lagoons and interconnected lakes-neither in beauty nor in history and culture.
Alappuzha Beach, also known as Alleppey Beach, is popular for its local getaways, its intrinsic elegance, and a 150-year-old pier that reaches into the sea. For those visiting the beach, relaxing under the palm groves and picnicking by the beach are excellent choices. Alleppey Beach hosts many events, such as the Festival of Sand Art and the Alappuzha Beach Festival.In and around this destination, in addition to the pristine beauty of Alleppey Beach, some exciting activities and attractions are present.
Vijaya Beach Park has entertainment facilities that serve as a plus for people visiting the beach. The Nehru Trophy Boat Race that takes place in August every year gives this beach another excuse to become Kerala's most popular attraction.
Vembanad Lake is a lagoon in the South-Indian state of Kerala, in the district of Alleppey. The largest lake in the country and the largest lake in Kerala, accessible from Kottayam, Kuttanad and Kochi, is this huge lake / lagoon. In different regions of Kerala, Vembanad Lake is known by various names. It is referred to in Kochi as Kochi Lake, in Kuttanad as Punnamada Lake, and in Kottayam as Vembanad. It is also called Vembanad Kol or Vembanad Kayal by local locals.
Krishnapuram Palace is a palace and museum situated 47 km from Alappuzha, in Kayamkulam. Established during the reign of a Travancore king, Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma, this magnificent palace is well known for its mural paintings and architecture. Designed in Kerala 's traditional architectural style, the palace has a gabled roof, narrow corridors and dorm windows, and is close to Krishnapuram's Krishnaswam Temple.
This place is a big attraction since it houses one of the largest mural paintings that can be found in all of Kerala. This mural painting, known as the 'Gajendra Moksha', occupies an area of about 53 square feet and has a rich historical significance attached to it. It is also possible to find the double-edged sword Kayamkulam Vaal here. Currently preserved by the Archaeological Department of Kerala, the Krishnapuram Palace contains a number of exhibits that once belonged to the Palace and its former occupants.
In the Alappuzha district, Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. Designed in the traditional architectural design of the Kerala style, the temple is renowned for its delicious rice pudding made from sweet milk, popularly known as Pal Payasam. The temple, also called the 'Dwarka of the South,' is believed to have been constructed by the local King Chembakkassery Pooradam Thirunal Devanarayanan Thampuran between 15th and 17th AD.
The chief deity of the temple called Parthasarathi (another name for Lord Krishna) is carved out of black granite stone and holds in his left hand the holy conch (shankh) and in his right a whip.
The Bay Island Driftwood Museum is known for its creative modern art methods used to design different kinds of root and tree-trunk sculptures. Other driftwood sculptures are also on display here, consisting of twisted tree trunks, stumps, roots, etc. During her teaching days, she created this collection in the form of birds , rodents, reptiles , amphibians and fish. The interesting and expansive curation strategies helped to list the museum in the Limca Books of Records.
Chettikulangara Devi Temple is one of Kerala's most famous Hindu temples, mainly visited by followers if Sree Bhadarakali is the primary deity. In 3 separate ways, the Goddess is worshipped: Maha Saraswati, Maha Lakshmi and Maha Kali or Durga. It is regarded as a cultural-religious symbol. The temple is thought to be 1200 years old. There is not a great deal of evidence and explanations for its presence.
The temple grants its guests mental peace. It's got a special characteristic. The goddess appears to be Maha Saraswati in the morning, Maha Lakshmi at noon and Sree Durga or Maha Kaali at night. The temple is visited by devotees so that their wishes come true. Thottam Pattu, Sarpam Pattu, Payasam, Kadumpayasam, Thriimadura Nivedya, Kumkum Abhisheka and Pushparchana are able to perform various rituals. Every year, the temple hosts numerous festivals. Special poojas on Tuesdays and Fridays are offered. As an offering to Maha Bhadrakali, a lamp with 1001 lighting points is lit on the first day of each month.
Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja temple is nestled in a forest glade near Haripad, dedicated to the snake god-Nagaraja. It is considered that Nagaraja is a form of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. The temple is marked by more than thirty thousand paintings and snake drawings along the road and over the trees in the surrounding grove, flocked by pilgrims and devotees who believe in serpent worship.
It is known that the unusual temple has countless snakes all over the place at all times, on the stairs, in the hedges, on the creepers, etc. The majestic shrine is recognised internationally and is visited mainly by women seeking fertility. And when their prayers are heard, they come here to perform thanksgiving ceremonies and bring more paintings of snakes to adorn the place most of the time.
- Pickup from Theni and then proceed towards Alleppey.
- On the way finished a wholesome breakfast.
- To reached Alleppey.
- Check in to Alleppey house boat around 12.00 o’ PM.
- Welcome drink on Arrival.
- We can see the flourishing paddy fields, coconut lagoons & isolated islands, village schools, hospitals & different type’s birds, cultivation.
- Lunch with 2 Non veg. (kerala Special Fish fry).
- We can also enjoy the lifestyles of the villagers while walking through the paddy fields & visit Riverside temples, Toddy shop, chavara church.
- Evening around 4.00 o’clock you take small Tea or Coffee & snacks items.
- Overnight stay @ Alleppey House Boat.
- Enjoy a delectable breakfast and checkout from Alleppey House boat @ 09:00 AM.
- Then proceed to visit Alleppey major attractions such as Alleppey beach, Alleppey Lighthouse, Lighthouse Museum, St.Mary's Forane Church and Vijaya Beach Park.
- Then Proceed towards Theni.
- Finally drop at Theni with sweet memories of Alleppey.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *