Friday, 25 November 2016


Kerala is a perfect destination for good holidays because there are plenty of activities for all types of peoples. The god’s own country blessed with hill stations, backwaters, beaches, heritage centers, forest and endemic forest with abundant collection of flora and fauna. Kerala climate is an important thing which provides pleasant trips for every season. The best time to visit Kerala is from august to march when you can indulge in all your favorite activities.

Kerala’s biodiversity attraction makes it is an ideal place for all nature lovers. The palm fringed beaches, emerald green water and lush paddy fields provide a heart throb experience. Alleppey is well known in houseboat cruising that take you to stunning locales in an around the place. The Houseboats in Alleppey are one of the stunning attractions of Kerala tourism; it offers a true Kerala experience with Kerala backwater. Luxury houseboats offer a fleet of premium facilities with all comfortable features. Alleppey is a traditional hub that is blended with lots of cultural activities. The best Kerala tour packages includes in the major attraction of Alleppey that are kuttanad paddy field, Nehru trophy boat race, Vembanattu Lake and Marari beach, Alleppey beach, Pathiramanal Island, krishnapuram palace and Ambalappuzha Krishna temple.
The Kerala houseboat cruising is a virgin territory it can be experience the real charm and traditional Kerala hospitality at its very best. Homestay in Alleppey dotted with numerous attractions. It offers an outdoor swimming pool and sits with balcony overlooking Alleppey Lake, fitness center, spa and Ayurvedic treatment for whole body rejuvenating treatment. All rooms are exquisitely refurnished and facilities are world class, a well architectural touch defines the contour as guests enjoy the splendid atmosphere. Hotels in Alleppey welcome its guest with incredible hospitality allows them as independent as they required. They provide the multi cuisine dishes like Indian, Chinese, continental and traditional Kerala foods. 

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