Kerala is famous for the backwaters lining its remote villages with paddy fields, coconut and palm trees that add to its lushness. Kayaking through these backwaters, exploring these remote villages still pure and serene and spending moments with the locals living here will give one the experience of enjoying the breathtaking scenery of Kerala.
- Kayaking in the backwaters of Alleppey
- Homestay and heritage backwater retreats
- Healthy local food
- Back-water life and paddy fields.
|Group Size||Min 2 > Max 4|
Day 1: Nedumudy
Today you will meet up with our Kayaking guide at Pallathuruthy. After being briefed by our kayaking guide about the kayaks and safety procedures, we will commence paddling through the backwaters, traversing the inlets, and breathing in the tranquility and calm of the rustic backwaters. While kayaking through these canals, you can see the lively activities of the village people, farmers working on their farms, water birds and obviously, some smiling faces. The close interaction with the locals living in the area and their daily lives will fascinate you. We will continue kayaking towards a heritage home located on an island nestled amidst the beautiful backwaters.
Kayaking Distance : ~ 10 Kms // Hotel : Emerald isle Homestay // Meals : – / L / D
Day 2: Muhamma
Today, after having breakfast at the ancestral home, you will Kayak towards another ancestral home situated on the backwaters. As you kayak through the palm-fringed backwaters, you will be fascinated by the beauty and serenity of the backwaters and realize why it has become world famous and attractive to millions of tourists visiting this area. Enroute, you will have a picnic lunch and after lunch, you can either continue kayaking on get onto the motor boat or enjoy the cruise till you arrive at your destination. Spend your rest of time relaxing at the backwater homestay.
Kayaking Distance : ~ 10 Kms // Hotel : Kovilakom // Meals : B / L / D
Day 3: Depart to Alleppey
Depart from Muhamma to your next destination after breakfast.