Alleppey, or Alappuzha is known as the Venice of the East. Located on the shores of the Arabian Sea close to the banks of Vembanad Lake, Alleppey is also known as the traditional business hub of Kerala and is popular for its backwater and houseboats. The serene charm of this town can easily be seen in its backwater cruises as they would take you to stunning locales in and around the place. However, the picturesque canals, beaches, scattered coconut trees, brackish lagoons, vast paddy fields are what make this destination must-visit place in Kerala. And the experiences it offers to travelers leave them with a yearning to visit Alleppey, again and again. 

Best Season To Visit Alleppey: November to February. 
  • Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
    Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary

    Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is a heaven for a birdwatcher. It is an orthithologists paradise and a favourite haunt for migratory birds from Siberia. Other birds like golden-backed woodpeckers, night herons, kingfishers, paradise fly-catchers and egrets can be spotted at this sanctuary.

  • Alleppey Beach
    Alleppey Beach

    Alleppey Beach is one of the most vibrant beaches of Kerala. Its beautiful garden on the shore gives an exclusive sight and absolute relaxation. Many beaches towards the west give a spectacular view of the Arabian Sea. This long stretch of sandy beach provides all the amenities to the visitors and becomes efficacious in drawing a large number of tourists.

  • Kumarakom

    Kumarakom s small knot of islands includes various canals, lagoons, and waterways. These numerous water ways style the Backwaters. Kumarakom provides boating, fishing and sight-seeing experiences that are truly exhilarating. To explore the lovely scenery in the region tourists love to rent a houseboat.

  • Mararikulam Beach
    Mararikulam Beach

    Mararikulam Beach is located on the south of Alappuzha .It houses a calm beach with an adjoining fishing village. One can benefit a number of Water sports and Ayurvedic treatments here.This beach is a dream come true the scerene beauty, white silence gives you an experience of heaven.

Thaff for Indian and Asian
Near District Court Bridge, Alappuzha

for Chinese and Asian
Near To South Police Station, Vellakinar Junction, Alappuzha, Kerala 688001

Royale Park Hotel for Indian and Chinese
YMCA Rd, Alappuzha

Chakara Restaurant
for Asian
Beach Rd,, Alappuzha

Dreamers Cafe and Restaurant for Indian, Chinese, Pizza, Asian
Alappy Beach Road | Alleppey beach, Alappuzha

The Harbour Restaurant for Indian
Beach Road, Alappuzha

Kream Korner Art Cafe for Asian, Indian and European
Mullackal South of Temple, Kream Korner, Alappuzha688012

Cafe Paradiso Espresso Coffee Bar
Near Foot Bridge | Hanuman Temple Road, Alappuzha
+(91)99464 81176

Sisir Palace
Boat Jetty | Thathampally, Alappuzha
+(91)477 2254100

Cassia Restaurant
Alappuzha Beach | Near Beach Bridge, Alappuzha
Mararikulam - 14 Kms.
Kumarakom - 33 Kms.
Cochin - 58 Kms.
Ernakulam - 59 Kms.
Pathanamthitta - 65 Kms.
Kollam - 86 Kms.
Varkala - 118 Kms.
Thekkady - 139 Kms.
Trivandrum - 149 Kms.
Munnar - 161 Kms.
Kovalam - 161 Kms.
Kollengode - 183 Kms.
Calicut - 230 Kms.
Madurai - 276 Kms.
  • Gopalakrishnan Kutty, Vadodara, Gujarat

    Thank you for arranging such a memorable tour. The hotel accommodations and the transporter provided were excellent except the budget hotel "Nest Resort" at Munnar but we can understand it was owing to tourist rush and heavy booking in hotels. Other than stay in three different places, we could enjoy the nature's beauty all around. The driver was excellent and he took us to all worth seeing places. We now understand why Kerala is called the "God's Own Country". Thank you once again for the wonderful arrangements and frequent follow up actions.

    We look forward for such future trips through Hello Holidays.

    With kind regards,

    (Mrs & Mrs.G.K.Kutty)

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