Backwaters -Kerala

Backwaters -Kerala

  • Group Size 98 Peoples
  • Languages
    English

Overview

The Kerala Backwaters are a stunning area in southern India that is well-known for its natural beauty, peace, and distinct environment. It is made up of a network of interconnecting canals, rivers, lakes, and lagoons. A traditional houseboat, or “kettuvallam,” that has been converted into floating lodging with contemporary conveniences is a great way for visitors to explore the area. The backwaters provide an insight into Kerala’s traditional way of life, complete with everyday routines like women washing clothing and fishermen hurling nets. Many different bird species may be seen prospering in the peaceful marsh settings of the backwaters, making them a haven for nature aficionados as well. There are also exotic species, like Indian marsh crocodiles, turtles, and otters. Villages around the backwaters provide opportunities to engage with local populations, discover traditional crafts, and enjoy real Kerala food made with fresh ingredients from the nearby fields and waterways for those looking for a more immersive experience. The Kerala Backwaters provide a mystical haven for leisure, exploration, and cultural immersion, enabling visitors to rediscover the timeless beauty of this captivating area and re-establish a connection with the natural world.

Highlights

  • Houseboat Cruises
  • Alleppey (Alappuzha)
  • Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
  • Village Life
  • Traditional Cuisine
  • Ayurvedic Treatments
  • Snake Boat Races
  • Sunset Cruises

Included/Excluded

  • Beautiful scenery: luscious foliage and serene rivers.
  • The houseboat experience is genuine, opulent, and tranquil.
  • Rich customs and thriving communities define the local culture.
  • Chef's delights: flavorful seasonings and fresh fish.
  • Relaxation opportunities: peaceful getaway, refreshing ambiance.
  • Urban chaos: pollution, traffic, and noise.
  • Activities that go quickly: rushing, full schedules.
  • Remote wilderness: seclusion, dearth of facilities.
  • severe weather, including storms and extremely high temperatures.
  • Cultural insensitivity includes disrespectful actions and breaking traditions.

Languages

  • English

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