Sun, sand and seafood. You can’t have it better. Get the coolest holiday ever in one of most beautiful locales in the world, Kerala. Located on the picturesque beaches of Alleppey, the resort is housed in a traditional heritage home with tiled roof and snug rooms. It is just place where time stands still and the only sound you hear is the murmur of the sea. While away time getting a good tan, catch up on some reading or simply snooze away on a hammock. What’s more, the Ayurvedic wellness package tones you up shipshape with nice massages….and you can go on one of the most romantic cruises ever over the shimmering backwaters in comfy houseboats. We bring you the best of Kerala on a platter. Come and enjoy.

Alleppey’s allure is the backwaters. Begin with a cruise, and then stroll back into the town past the canals covered with mauve hyacinths. A backwater cruise on the Punnamada Kayal takes you along canals past scenic islands offering sublime views of coconut and paddy fields, Chinese fishing nets and toddy tappers at work. Alleppey or Alappuzha’s beauty is not merely in its backwaters, but in the man-made islands that you will find amidst the waters.

House boating gives you the pleasure of drifting through quiet canals lined with coconut palms, eating deliciously authentic Kerala food, and sleeping on the water under a galaxy of stars.

Covered to the west by the Arabian sea, the Alleppey beach boast of beautiful lakes, lagoons and several water crisscrosses. The immensely appealing Alleppey beach is also referred to as the Venice of the East. The beach houses the famous, ancient pier that is about 140 years old and the age- old lighthouse that was built by Captain Hugh Crawford in 1862 lies almost in ruins.

Aleppey is famous for its places of worship. Some of the major among them are Mullackal Rajarajeswari Temple, Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple, Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple, Chettikulangara Bhagavathy Temple, Kottamkulangara MahaVishnu & Devi Temple, St Andrew’s Basilica (Arthunkal), St. Mary Forane Church, St Sebastian’s Church and Cutchi Memon Noorani Masjid.


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