Backwater in Kerala

Backwater in Kerala

By Anamika Sharma

While watching the sun which makes date with the dawn, standing by the sea you can reconnect yourself with the backwaters of Kerala and feel the soothing power of the waves and the cool breeze. The backwaters of Kerala are one of the most amazing things with the peaceful land, lavish coastline along with the wonderful weather with a coconut in hand. Not only the backwaters capture  attention of the visitors but also the hill stations, the forts, wildlife or bird sanctuary and the spice plantations.

One must take the feel of almost everything of nature, be it land, water, clouds and mountains. All these things make you feel at the seventh sky or in the heaven. Here are the best places to visit when touring on the Kerala backwater:

1. Alleppey Backwaters

Alleppey Backwaters is The Venice of the East with its serene and scenic beauty. A large number of houseboats sail over here and thus provide an outstanding chance to get  experience of the charm of Kerala. During the harvesting season, there is a hosting of boat races. It is one of those places in the world where harvesting is done below the sea level. The best time to visit Alleppey Backwaters is between September and March. But monsoon deals are a bit expensive here.

2. Kuttanad Valley

There is so much to look in the Kuttanad Valley, Kerala Backwater Tours as it lies between the hill and the sea. To get busy throughout the trip, there is a presence of lush green paddy fields with the meandering canals. The tour here will help you to see and explore the landscape of Kerala. The best time to visit here is between September and March.

3. Kumarakom Backwaters

Kumarakom Island is located on the banks of very famous Vembanad Lake. It is a cluster of little isles which is very beautiful and is truly a tourist paradise. The cruising here is distinct as it boasts tourists distinct sort of leisure choices. The tour here shows you the multicolour birds and freshwater fishes. The best time to visit here is between September and March.