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Welcome to Kerala, the God’s own Country. Kerala is a land rich in ecological wonders, cultural wonders, and inhabited by some of the most friendly and hospitality people in the world. But Kerala is much more than simply a site-seeing adventure - it is also potentially a place that rejuvenates you from your busy life schedules whether by way of a ayurvedic massage or a cool trip on a houseboat.

We provide dedicated services to all the travelers who seek a cool and leisure holiday in Kerala. We have Houseboats from One bedroom to Four Bedroom both A/c and Non A/c. All the houseboats are equipped with modern kitchen with specially sea foods. There will be open deck and living area other than spacious bedroom with attached European toilets. Our expertise in handling the guests for the last 10 years will help us to deliver services in international standards. No compromise is given to quality of service since our aim is always to retain our guests for future references.

We can advise on the best way to travel to Kerala - we can even book the flights for your holiday. We also know the cheap package flights, which sometimes offer just as good a service. Our own cab service takes you to each and every corner of God’s own country, Kerala. The best hotels and resorts – are awaiting you at Backwaters, Hill stations, Beaches and Wildlife Sanctuaries. Come enjoy your stay as our guests in Kerala.
 
     
  KERALA BACKWATERS  
 

The backwaters of Kerala are unique to Kerala and are found nowhere else in the world The Kerala Backwaters are a network of lakes, canals and estuaries and the deltas of 44 rivers that all drain into the Arabian sea. The largest backwater stretch in Kerala is the Vembanad Lake at Kumarakom.

The most exciting experience on the backwaters of Kerala for visitors is the Kettuvallam (or traditional rice boat). In a land as water bound as Kerala it wouldn't be an unusual sight, but for a visitor to God's Own Country a houseboat gliding along the vast green expanse of the backwaters is a unique, tranquil spectacle.

The backwater cruise through the narrow canals that criss-cross a typical Kerala Village, rich with green paddy fields and verdant coconut trees and is a thrilling experience. The boat cruise takes you to small islets tucked away amidst those waters where you get glimpses of village at the best of its serenity and innocence Watch the village folk make the golden fiber called coir from coconut husk and transform it into various coir products. Rustling coconut groves abound. So stop over to drink calm fresh coconut water and watch the toddy-tapper at work. You can see birds like kingfishers, pheasants, cormorants, drogues, wood pecker, Bee-eater, kites etc.

Showcasing a unique heritage The Kettuvallams (houseboats) of Kerala are giant country crafts, measuring up to 110 feet in length. It took great skill and meticulous effort to construct these giants by tying huge planks of jack wood together, without the use of a single nail. Today, these goods carriers have been adapted to make the luxurious furnished houseboat. A Kettuvallam usually has one or two bath attached bedrooms, an open lounge, deck, kitchenette and a crew comprising oarsmen, a cook and guide.

The lagoons acted as link between interior landmasses and the sea, taking the role of highways. There is a different Kerala along these backwaters, throbbing with its unique; culture. The routes along these backwaters are always breath-taking green, the skyline vanishing with a line of coconut trees on the banks. Life around cultural festivals, the shrines, churches and mosques, the commercial life, the farmlands and sea, all different scenes but memorized together to make a unique whole

 
  HOUSE BOATS  
 
The houseboats of Kerala are unique to this area of India and were the historic method for transporting rice and other trade through the aqueous centre of Kerala to the ports on the coast at Kollam, Aleppey and Cochin. In the last twenty years, the boats have been converted to take visitors through the small canals and villages that still inhabit this road-less and car-less world. From your daybed in the bows of the boat you can watch the traditional life of backwater and can enjoy the morning, Kerala continues to be as it has done for centuries: women washing from the ghats before their houses, farmers navigating hundreds of ducks, paddy fields being flooded and washed or the night fishermen fishing by their lights.
 
 
Typical facilities include :-
 
 
Double rooms in a two room- apartment houseboat
Sitting room, and small Sundeck
Attached bathroom with European Toilets
Common living area
 
 

Most houseboats are single or double roomed and sleep 2 to 4, though the most romantic sleeping space is under mosquito nets on the small sundeck waking with the dawn and the distant call of the temples and churches that dot the backwaters. All your food is cooked for you by the crew and combines local fish such blackspot, tiger prawns and scampi as well as curried dishes, daal and rice. The rhythm on the boat is slow like the pace of life on the backwaters as you navigate through the narrow waterways watching Indian village life in a constant moving panorama before you.
 
     
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