Alappuzha, often known as the Venice of the East, has long played a significant role in Kerala's maritime history. The coir industry, beaches, backwater vacations, boat racing, and marine products have made it famous today. Popular places for picnics include Alappuzha Beach. The pier that juts out into the sea here is older than 137 years. The Vijaya Beach Park's entertainment options increase the beach's appeal. Additionally, a historic lighthouse that is close by fascinates everyone who visits.
The houseboat ride in Alappuzha is another wonderful experience. The houseboats in Alappuzha's backwaters are actually updated versions of the Kettuvallams from earlier eras. A boat is referred to as a "vallom" in the Malayalam word "kettuvallam," which also refers to habitational constructions. Tonnes of rice and spices were once transported using kettuvallams, boats with thatched roofs that cover wooden hulls.
Modern houseboats include all the amenities of a nice hotel room, including fitted bedrooms, contemporary bathrooms, inviting living spaces, a kitchen, and even a balcony for fishing. While staying on a houseboat, guests may take in an uninterrupted view of backwater life.
Houseboats: Houseboats are available at Alleppy and Kumarakom Back Water Resorts through our associates.
Mobile: +91 98675 95243 / +91 96536 77481
Nearest railway station: Alappuzha
Nearest airport: Cochin International Airport, about 85 km from Alappuzha town.
Type of House Boats:
Deluxe Houseboat - AC runs in the Houseboat Bed Rooms between 10.00 pm to 7 am.
Premium Houseboat: AC runs 24 Hours basis.
Cochin Munnar Thekkady Kumarakom Houseboat Alappuzha