About Alappuzha

Kerala – Malabar Coast If you’ve watched a Kerala tourism ad and yearned to go there, explore Kerala’s stunning backwaters along the gorgeous Malabar Coast with your loved one is the thing to do. With a vast waterway network that makes it easy to navigate the backwaters in houseboats, Kerala is a popular tourist destination. Spend a day or two in a houseboat and enjoy the pristine natural beauty that the state has to offer. Add to that their unique take on food like nowhere else in the country. With lush green islands, some of which host spice villages – catch the sunset or sunrise over the vast lakes the backwaters open out into and take in the calm and serene beauty of nature with your partner in God’s Own Country. Don’t miss In Kerala Backwaters • Ashtamudi Lake, Kollam • Paravur • Munroe Island • Cruises – Thotapally, Alumkavadi, Kidangara, Mankotta Weather in Kerala • Summers – Feb to May – 28-40 Degree Celsius • Monsoon – June to Sept – 25-32 Degree Celsius • Winters – Nov to Jan/Feb – 10-20 Degree Celsius How to Get there • By Air- Nearest airports: Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi • By Rail- Nearest stations: Connected to 200 railway stations • By Road- Nearest national highways: NH17, NH47 and NH49