Kollam Alleppey Tourist Boat
Motorboat services are available for group tourists. Small as well as big motorboats, with upper deck, lower deck seating capacity, well furnished cabins and toilet facilities are there at your service. Tourist groups ranging from groups of ten to sixty can have an amazing experience while they criss-cross through the backwaters of Kerala.
Daily Motor Boat Trips
On all days, we offer you some of the best and unforgettable backwater trips. Go for the most popular and leisurely eight hour backwater cruise from Quilon to Alleppey / Alleppey to Quilon. Watch the romantic backwaters, gently whispering palms, ripples of serenity, and much more...
On the way we have two stops. The first stop for Lunch break at 1-00 PM and the second stop for a Tea break at 4-00 PM. If anyone wishes to go to the Ashram of Matha Amirtha Aananda Mayi, they can get down there and can continue the rest of the journey at any direction at a later date as per their convenience with the same ticket.
If anyone wish to come back Quilon / Alleppey, they can change the Boat at Kayamkulam lake after lunch. If anyone is interested to swim in the lake, we would stop the boat and he or she can enjoy swimming.Way side Attractions
You can see the village life at close quarters, unaffected by chaos and bustles of the outside world. A cruise passes through water bound villages, zigzag canals and beautiful waterways. It is a real feast for your eyes...
This journey programme starts with a 45 minutes journey by Car/Coach to MUNROE ISLAND and 3-hour village backwater cruise on a typical country craft through the narrow canals.En route Covered
Munroe Island : This beautiful small village is surrounded by Ashtamudi lake and Kallada river. Blessed with a number of criss-cross canals and zigzag water channels, this Island plays a host to so many migratory birds from various countries around the world. You can watch birds such as King fisher, Woodpecker, Egret, Bee-eater, Crow pheasant, and Paddy Birds. There is yet another rare chance to see the traditional Indian spice plants such as Pepper, Nutmeg and Cloves.
Coir making is a home industry to almost all the village living people. It is very interesting to watch the coir making by the village ladies with the help of weaving Wheels. They make the coir ropes by hand. In addition to this, on the way, you can see the process of extracting coconut oil from the "copra" [dried coconut]. Among the routine traditional engagements, duck, poultry farm and prawn breeding are common in all houses.
Fare Rs.300.00 per Person including carfare and village cruise.
Special tariff available for group booking.
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