Alappey / Alappuzha is known mostly for it’s backwaters and its network of canals and lagoons The place is profound with beauty that no place can give.  Alappey is famous for house boats cruises along the scenic backwaters of Kerala.  It is also called as the Venice of East.

Things to Do in Alappey

Explore the Backwaters

The backwaters here connect almost all the regions and the common way of travelling is by boats as there are many remote islands too.  Exploring the backwaters is something you shouldn’t be missing on this trip as this beautiful destination is located on the Laccadive sea in the southern Indian state of Kerala.

Kishnapuram Palace

The Palace was built around the 18th century and the architectural beauty of the place cannot be explained with  words,Its one of the beauties that one must see for themselves as the old age architectural ideas and creativities are especially shown in the Palace.

Kuttanad Stay

The place is filled with greenery and admist covered with water aleppy has its own greenic beauty too that can be see around kuttanad. There are various agricultural fields around here like paddy rice etc.

Sunset at Pozhiyoram

This place is located away from the city. The only sound you can here is  that of the tides that gives off such a pleasant vibe. The main beauty of this place is there sunset that can’t be experienced from any other place the place is located nearby a local fisherman’s village and the tourist could see their lifestyles.

Shopping at Floating Triveni

The floating village is the place that most tourist wanna visit because of its floating markets. The markets are maintained on boats and we can buy everything need for a home from there itself.

Coir Museum

The international coir museum is situated in Alapuzha and the Palace is known to tell about the history of coir making and the present.

Marari Beach

The place is located at mararikulam, The attractions is that the beach has Fisher folk village nearby and their life can be experienced from the  outside.

Karumadikuttan Shrine

The place is known for a 3feet statue of Lord Buddha. The place is for worshiping Buddha and a reminder that Buddhism flourished in kerala between the 3rd century BC till 13th century AD.

Pathiramanal Island

Pathiramanal means midnight sand. This beautiful island is located in Muhamma, a small village in Alappuzha. Lakes on both sides makes it scenic. Pathiramanal is home to a wide range of migratory birds from all over the world.

Elephant Training Camp

Kids love elephants and they’re really magnificent creatures, This is the place that one must sure visit to know more about elephants and how they’re being tamed.