Kerala is an enchanting kaleidoscope full of breathtaking surprises. It is an epitome of secularism and a masterpiece of unity in diversity. Kerala, the land of lagoons and beaches invites you to discover the meaning of enchantment and is a made-to-order vacation paradise. It is studded with lively palm-fringed white sandy beaches, limitless stretches of lush vegetation and mist shrouded mountains. It still lives at the leisurely pace of ageless craft plying in canals and backwaters.
Often referred as the’ Venice of the East’ , Alappuzha has emerged as a major tourist destination due to the amazing backwaters. Alleppey is also famous for its boat races, houseboats, beaches, marine products and coir industry makes the place worth visiting.
2. Ashtamudi Lake.
The scenic lake amidst red cliffs and swaying palms, stretches northwards from Kollam town covering an area of 51.8 kms. The lake is named ‘Ashtamudi’ as it branches off into eight (8) creeks. It provides extensive facilities for retting coconut husks, which makes the district hub of coir industry. The Chinese fishing nets add to the spectacular scenic beauty of the lake.
Located at the south of Trivandrum , it is regarded as one of the finest beach resort in the world fringed by serene backwaters, natural springs and beaches which look beautiful during monsoon. The beach is ideal for surfing and water skiing.The excellent sandy beach and sun- bathing ghats are major attractions.
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