Have you ever wished to be transported to a paradise where land, sea and sky come together in a union of elements? Of course, such a place lies on this earth. Visit the divine green state - Kerala - God's own country, and you will come across a number of wonders of nature. Kerala tourism is known for lovely beaches, hill stations, stunning greenery, wildlife, bird sanctuaries and rich culture.
The huge network of 44 rivers and their tributaries, canals, lakes and lagoons together form the enchanting backwaters in Kerala, which are included among the 1001 best attractions of the world. These are certainly the favourite of both domestic and foreign travellers. Drift on Kerala backwaters, and you can actually hear the soothing sound of water rippling alongside your houseboat (traditional Kettuvalloms). Once you enter this world of serenity and natural beauty, you will feel completely relaxed.
The houseboats not only take you to a journey various small islands but also let you explore the green countryside, swaying palm trees, emerald rice fields etc. These offer a unique way of living on waters. Cities like Kottayam, Alappuzha, Thottappalley, Kumarakom etc. are the best for a backwater tour.
Apart from other waterways, the famous Vembanand Lake and Punnamada Lake attract the maximum number of tourists every year. People gather here to see interesting Snake Boat Races, that add some extra charm to Kerala travel. One can see several magnificent churches and Hindu temples situated along side these backwaters. If this is not enough, you can also spot several wild animals and migratory birds near the waterways. The rich biodiversity in Kerala thrives along side the backwaters without disturbance.The cruises and the overnight stays in the houseboats are the best way to an unforgettable holiday.
Kerala backwaters are renowned for their breathtaking beauty. If you are planning a Kerala tour with family, friends or your partner, do not miss to experience the superb Kerala backwater cruises. During your Kerala trip, this is the best way to explore the entire divine greenery of the state along with the lifestyle, traditions and culture of the local people.