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Kerala Tour Packages

There are dime a dozen Kerala tour packages, but to pick the one that truly suits your interest whether it is nature, history, art, culture, cuisine or leisure, requires discretion. We help you shortlist Kerala holiday packages that are a bang for your bucks.

There is no exaggeration in Kerala’s status as ‘God’s own country’, for how else does one explain its gorgeous 600-kilometre stretch of undisturbed coastline skirting the Arabian Sea, the palm-fringed beaches, a network of languid backwaters home to a vibrant rural life, the misty tea-covered Western Ghats, wildlife reserves teeming with endemic flora and fauna and spice plantations running rampant on its valleys and hill slopes.

One of the country’s cleanest states, and perhaps the friendliest too, it is an absolute delight travelling around, visiting the historical temples and museums in Trivandrum, getting a slice of the maritime history in Cochin (Kochi) or taking a boat ride to islands like Mattancherry to trace its Jewish roots.

Add to it a culture that is defined by colourful folk art and dance forms, a cuisine that is subtle yet generous in its use of spices, and a passion for Ayurveda that promises to soothe frazzled nerves. Simply slacken your stride and let all its sights and smell envelop you.

Also find Popular Kerala Theme Packages like Kerala Tourism, Kerala Honeymoon Packages and Kerala Adventure Packages.

In your quest for Kerala packages, make sure your itinerary incorporates these places.

Alleppey: Kerala’s getaway into the backwaters, Alleppey or Alappuzha is an intricate network of waterways that is choc-a-block with a thousand houseboats either anchored or motoring down a mesh of canals. A major hub for the state’s coir industry, the Alleppey backwaters stretch to its south, north and east and bring you face to face with some glorious rural scenery that you’re going to remember for time to come.

You could opt for the heavy rice barges or the houseboat and let it take you down the Kollam route in its languid pace. The green waterways with a heavy fringe of coconut trees shelter a backwater life that is at once picturesque and heart-rending. Stand on your deck and watch little kids leave for their school in punted canoes or wooden boats, toddy shops busying up for the day, village women stooping over their paddy crop, the elderly folk sitting in a huddle and reminiscing, until a flock of thousand ducks decides to cut across and bring everything to a grinding halt.

It is only when the villages taper off revealing a great blue sea burbling in the distance with the Chinese fishing nets forming the only tangible barrier between you, the fragility of life in the backwaters dawns upon you. Book your Alleppey tour package at best price with Yatra.com.

Wayanad: A Kerala trip mandates a visit to Wayanad, its wild northern region that shares borders with Karnakata and Tamil Nadu. An important elephant corridor, Wayanad surrounded by the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve which is a part of the Western Ghats creates a breathtaking mountain scenery.

As you explore further, a canvas opens up before you of blazing green paddy fields, betel nut groves, bamboo jungles, fields of ginger shrubs, and plantations of coffee, cardamom, rubber and eucalyptus. Wayanad’s seclusion compared to the rest of Kerala, the presence of some quaint coffee and spice plantation stays, and the British-made serpentine highways that wind up its hillside, make it a perfect retreat and a refreshing break from the tourist-heavy backwaters and the beaches.

Dissected by the Kabini River and home to one of the country’s largest dams, the Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad’s fecund land has been a proven goldmine for a variety of cash crops since the colonial era. Find the information and exculsive range of Wayanad Tour Packages which will help you in planning a better trip.

Fort Kochi: Among places to visit in Kerala, you must head out to Fort Kochi. For more than 600 years, travellers, traders and explorers have found their way to this port city, a glittering gem of South India. This has led to an intermixing of cultures manifest in its Chinese fishing nets, antique mosques, a 450-year-old Jewish synagogue, traditional homes from the Portuguese and Dutch era, as well as the fast-fading relics from the British rule.

A browse around this multi-cultural city on the Malabar coast punctuated by a unique blend of medieval Holland, Portugal and English villages, will open you up to some quaint and arty boutiques, curio shops, cafes, and a bevy of atmospheric heritage hotels and homestays. This city still practices its age-old art forms and remains the best place in whole of Kerala to witness a Kathakali or Kalaripayattu performance.

There are several things to do in Kerala, and unmissable among them are a trip to the historical sites like the Mattancherry island, Fort Kochi that bring out the city’s colourful colonial past.

Varkala: Varkala has off late gained immense popularity with Russian tourists who stay at a bed and breakfast or one of the Ayurvedic resorts on its 15-metre-high laterite cliffs heavy with coconut groves skirting a choppy Arabian Sea. This unique setting of Varkala, about 50 kilometre northwest of Trivandrum, makes it a haven for backpackers and seekers of a quiet retreat.

Around this region, regular yoga classes, extensive Ayurvedic therapies, a nutritious diet incorporation the Sattvik elements, are a norm. Varakala’s seaside charm is unlike any other you will experience in Kerala, and comparable only to the likes of the extreme northern or southern beaches of Goa. Choose to stay somewhere on the North Cliff and experience the drama of a raging sea ebbing and flowing down below.

As you thread your way through its winding muddy trail you will cross pretty curio shops selling silver jewellery, trendy beach and casual wear and a whole wealth of cafes and seafood bistros. Don’t be surprised to find cafes stacking books in Russian. A typical day in Varkala can be about lazing around in your hotel and hearing the sea from your window, attending a yoga class, reading up at a library, taking a walk, stopping by at a cafe in the evening to reserve your fresh seafood catch and turning up later to see it turned into a gorgeous grilled fish main course, waiting to be tucked in.

A typical wooden alfresco setup ensures you are at eye level with a breathtaking sunset. The local tailors at this little seaside resort are extremely prompt and adept; they can turn a piece of fabric of your choosing into a trouser, skirt or dress in a matter of few hours. Don’t leave without experiencing a traditional Shirodhara therapy at an Ayurveda clinic that dots the place.

Just a couple of days here and you will begin to see familiar faces in the cafe and even the shopkeepers will begin to know you by your name. Book your Varkala tour package at best price with Yatra.com.

Munnar: At Munnar, experience the feeling of being above the clouds looking at the panorama of a misty valley carpeted by perfectly manicured tea gardens rising and falling into the distance. The chiseled contours of the rolling, emerald-green tea estates define the lower Western Ghats scenery.

As you drive around Munnar, you will realise that the setting is not just astounding, it can be quite disconcerting too. A tea garden flashing a vibrant green only a moment ago can disappear under a veil of clouds at the blink of an eye. Despite its share of traffic snarls, it is rather easy to escape off the road and embrace a sea of green, and of course peace and quiet.

From watching the tea plantation workers go about their day, rounding up the waterfalls, the echo point, to stopping by at a roadside tea stall to enjoy a hot cuppa to go with a crispy fritter and chatting up the locals, Munnar offers you the best of atmospherics and hospitality. To get a sense of the local culture and to chance upon undiscovered acres of greens, set out on foot.

But before leaving Munnar make sure you get a sighting of the endemic Nilgiri Tahr, the mountain goat, at the Rajmala Wildlife Sanctuary, about 15 kilometre from the town’s main administrative hub. With wisps of cloud floating around you, this will be your starting point into the Nilgiri wilderness that is abound with tigers, elephants, deer and panther.

Book your Munnar tour package at best price with Yatra.com.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary: Among South India’s premiere wildlife reserves, the Periyar Tiger Reserve spread out over 777-square-kiilometre comprising a 26-square-kilometre man-made lake, made by the British, is a top draw for both domestic and international travellers. Home to about 2000-odd elephants, aside from bison, sambars, langurs, the elusive tiger and a wealth of bird life from cormorants, hornbills, the Nilgiri wood pigeon, darters to laughing thrushes, you can explore the depths of the Periyar jungle either through a trek along its hillside or a scenic boat cruise.

While the latter is a great way to take in the landscape and its lush expanse, it is only when you take off into the wilderness on foot with a local villager as your guide can you get a closer look at its flora and fauna. Post your jungle jaunt, head into the nearby town of Kumily, about 4 kilometre south of Thekkady, for a hearty Kerala-style thali for lunch.

You can cap it off by shopping at the local market for authentic spices like cardamon, saffron, cinnamon, star anise, clove, black pepper aside from an assortment of tea. Kumily has a boat jetty, KTDC hotels and a bunch of other hotels and restaurants. For a more rewarding wildlife experience, the months between December and April are ideal.

Best time to visit Kerala
While Kerala has three distinct seasons, summer, monsoon and winter, tourists flock to Kerala round the year.

High season: Peak season in Kerala is between September and March post monsoon when the humidity and the heat make way for a more pleasant weather with temperature hovering between 23 and 32 degree Celsius. The period between November and January is the winter season when the skies are clear, the sunshine is clear and bright and there is a gentle nip in the air around sunset.

This is the best time to travel in a houseboat or go to backwater destinations like Alleppey and Kumarakom. Also, a time when you must explore the misty tea estates of Munnar or take a jetty ride to the Mattancherry Palace in Cochin.

Off season: Any time between April and May is the low season in Kerala. The heat and humidity are very high in these prominent summer months and you will see fewer crowds wherever you go. The beaches are desolate, the monuments are empty, the shacks have winded up and the hotels are running empty.

The hilly areas of Wayanad and Munnar are popular choices in this season for their cooler climate and invigorating mountain breeze. In the plains, this is a good time to get hotel discounts.

Ayurveda season: The monsoon months of June, July and August when it pours in Kerala and the seas turn tumultuous, are the best to pamper yourself with a rejuvenating Ayurvedic therapy at one of Kerala’s Ayurveda resorts or clinics. The end of the dry spell, the boisterous winds and the subsequent lowering of temperatures make it favourable to experience an intense Ayurvedic massage and follow the prescribed diet chart.

How to reach Kerala

By air: Kerala is well-connected with the rest of the country by air. Kerala has two international airports in Cochin and Trivandrum. There are flights operated by prominent international and national airlines with flights to either of the cities. Etihad, Emirates Airlines, SriLankan, Qatar Airways, Malaysia Airlines aside from Air India, AirAsia, GoAir and Vistara each have flights from Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Doha, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Kuwait to Kerala.

By rail: Some significant railway stations in Kerala include Shoranur Junction Railway Station, Kollam Junction Railway Station, Kannur Railway Station, Ernakulam Junction Railway Station and Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station.

By road: From the neighbouring states like Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, there are many state-run buses made up of a fleet of Volvo AC seater, sleeper and multi-axle buses to Kerala.

Popular Kerala Holiday Packages

Kerala Package Price
(Per person on twin sharing)
Nights Inclusions
Beautiful Munnar to Alleppey Backwaters - Standard Rs 12,700 4 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Bewitching Flora & Fauna of Kerela - Standard Rs 9,499 3 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Verdant Munnar and Thekkady Adventure Deluxe Rs 23,725 4 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Incredible Kerala Standard Rs 18,599 7 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Nature's Bounty and Leisure in Kerala-Standard Rs 23,000 7 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
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  • Mini Kerala

    Customizable Tour | 4 Nights

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1)

    Mini Kerala

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1)
    From pristine beaches to famed wildlife reserves, Kerala offers its travellers an experience that will completely rejuvenate their mind, body and soul. While Munnar offers abundant scenic beauty, spice plantations in Thekkady lend a heady aroma of different spices. With palm-fringed backwaters and houseboat cruise, Alleppey never fails to delight anyone. All in all, Kerala marks a perfect place to relax and de-stress amidst tranquil environs. Don't miss the visual extravaganza of the Neelakurinji flowers that bloom only once in twelve years. The hillsides of Munnar are bathed in a misty blue with the blossoming of these flowers and people flock from far and near to see this rare and beautiful phenomenon of nature. This stunning spectacle can only be seen between July 2018 to October 2018, so make sure you don't miss this visual treat of nature!
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.798

    Rs.12,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.389
  • Kerala - A Lovers Paradise

    Customizable Tour | 5 Nights

    Cochin (1) Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1)

    Kerala - A Lovers Paradise

    Cochin (1) Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1)
    Keralas invigorating natural beauty and refreshing air has been working like magic on tourists since many years. This tour package offers you a visit to some of Keralas most renowned destinations. The colonial beauty of Cochin, the green hills of Munnar, the exotic wildlife of Thekkady and the emerald backwaters of Alleppey, all of these together give you an experience of a lifetime. You also get a chance to buy some flavourful spices and tealeaves from the markets here and taste some unique local food during the tour.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    Rs.15,000
    Rs.13,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.390
  • Exotic Kerala with Flights-Standard

    Customizable Tour | 4 Nights

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1)

    Exotic Kerala with Flights-Standard

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1)
    From pristine beaches to famed wildlife reserves, Kerala offers its travellers an experience that will completely rejuvenate their mind, body and soul. While Munnar offers abundant scenic beauty, spice plantations in Thekkady lend a heady aroma of different spices. With palm-fringed backwaters and houseboat cruise, Alleppey never fails to delight anyone. All in all, Kerala marks a perfect place to relax and de-stress amidst tranquil environs.
    • Meals

    • Flights

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.1,474

    Rs.23,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.719
  • Magnificent Kerala

    Customizable Tour | 4 Nights

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1)

    Magnificent Kerala

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1)
    With its beautiful beaches, backwaters, tea and coffee plantations, mountain ranges and wildlife sanctuaries, Kerala is indeed a magnificent destination for holidaying. Embark on this 5-day tour to explore the mesmerizing beauty of 'God's own country'. Visit the lush green hill station of Munnar and feel at joy as you enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Eravikulam National Park, Anamudi Peak, Top Station, Echo Point, Mattupetty Dam and Photo Point. Partake in Kerala's cultural activities and visit the famous tiger reserve at Thekkady. Enjoy the serenity and simplicity around as you explore the beaches and backwaters at Alleppey.
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    Rs.9,700
    Rs.9,200

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.276
  • Nature's Bounty and Leisure in Kerala-Standard

    Customizable Tour | 7 Nights

    Kochi (1) Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1) Kumarakom (2)

    Nature's Bounty and Leisure in Kerala-Standard

    Kochi (1) Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1) Kumarakom (2)
    See Kerala at its finest! From misty tea gardens in Munnar to dense forests and wildlife in Thekkady, from a night spent floating on the calm backwaters in Alleppey to a swim in the waters around Kumarakom, this holiday package brings you the best that Kerala has to offer. Every facet of this coastal state is full of surprises and unique experiences, which enthral visitors every time.
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.1,413

    Rs.23,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.690
  • Dream Holiday Kerala

    Customizable Tour | 4 Nights

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1)

    Dream Holiday Kerala

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1)
    Kerala, known as God's Own Country is filled with rolling tea plantations, spectacular waterfalls, scenic backwaters and wildlife sanctuaries. On this Kerala trip, witness the best of Kerala as you explore the beautiful destinations of Munnar, Thekkady, and Alleppey. Get a chance to go on tea plantation tours, explore the backwaters, have fun at the Alappuzha Beach, or say hello to wild species at Periyar National Park. Your 5 day holiday in Kerala is filled with beauty and delight. So, pack your bags; Kerala awaits you!
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    Rs.10,750

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.322
  • Nature's Bounty and Leisure in Kerala-Deluxe

    Customizable Tour | 7 Nights

    Kochi (1) Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1) Kumarakom (2)

    Nature's Bounty and Leisure in Kerala-Deluxe

    Kochi (1) Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alleppey (1) Kumarakom (2)
    See Kerala at its finest! From misty tea gardens in Munnar to dense forests and wildlife in Thekkady, from a night spent floating on the calm backwaters in Alleppey to a swim in the waters around Kumarakom, this holiday package brings you the best that Kerala has to offer. Every facet of this coastal state is full of surprises and unique experiences, which enthral visitors every time.
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.1,474

    Rs.24,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.720
  • Amazing Kerala Tour Backwaters, Safari &  Hills

    Customizable Tour | 5 Nights

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1) Kochi (1)

    Amazing Kerala Tour Backwaters, Safari & Hills

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1) Kochi (1)
    Nature at its best! Thick luscious foliage, relaxed backwaters, blissful temples and synagogues, coral beaches and serene lakes are apt to describe Kerala. Visit Kerala to explore nature's benevolence. Grab Kerala tours for an enriching experience. ramble Tour and Travels' Kerala Tour Packages also cater to Honeymoon, Ladies' Special and Chota Break needs of customers. Our caring Tour Leaders will take care of your every need during your Kerala tours. Sumptuous Veg, Non-Veg and Jain Meals are served on all our tours. We delight you further with our Carry Zero Money Tours. So why wait, Book your Kerala Tour now!
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    Rs.26,500
    Rs.25,838

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.775
  • Scenic Wayanad with Banasura Sagar Dam Ex Bangalore-Standard

    Customizable Tour | 2 Nights

    Wayanad (2)

    Scenic Wayanad with Banasura Sagar Dam Ex Bangalore-Standard

    Wayanad (2)
    Roaring waterfalls, pretty lakes and green-covered mountains mark Wayanad, a hilly district in the state of Kerala. Yatra, with its Scenic Wayanad with Banasura Sagar Dam package takes you to the best spots in this district. You visit the picturesque Pookode Lake and view the scenic vistas of Meenmutty Falls. The Banasura Sagar Dam - reckoned to be India’s largest earth dam, will completely enchant you. Our skilled tour managers ensure all your travel requirements are taken care of and you have a memorable vacation.
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.742

    Rs.12,087

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.362
  • Kerala - Gods's Own Country

    Customizable Tour | 6 Nights

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1) Kovalam (2)

    Kerala - Gods's Own Country

    Munnar (2) Thekkady (1) Alappuzha (1) Kovalam (2)
    If you can feel the city slowly growing you a little cuckoo and you wish to escape the madness, of deadlines, then take this beautiful trip to to the God's Own Country that beckons you! Kerala is dotted with a beautiful and unique landscape. From verdant tea gardens to beaches and houseboats, this beautiful state has something for everyone. On this getaway, you get to breathe in the aroma of the tea plantations, take the Elephant Safari and enjoy the backwaters of Allepey! Also, taste the lip-smacking cuisine of Kerala! This short and sweet vacation is sure to set renew your worn-out soul and imbue your being with immense vitality! So book away!
    • Meals

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    Rs.22,500
    Rs.18,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.540

FAQs on travelling to Kerala

Q. What major international airlines operate to Kerala?
A. Among European carriers there is Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Finn Air, Air France, Al Italia, Virgin Atlantic, Swiss Air, Austrian Airlines and Swiss Air. American carriers include Delta Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines. The Asian carriers include Emirates, SriLankan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Malaysian Airlines, Gulf Air, and Qatar Airways.


Q. What is the best season to visit Kerala?
A. October to March is the best time to visit Kerala. At this time Kerala experiences a mild winter which means there is none of the humidity of the monsoons and no sweltering heat of the summer months. The daytime is bright and sunny, the skies are clear and mellow wind wafts in from the sea around sundown. This is the best time to drift on a houseboat in the backwaters of Kumakarom or Alleppey, soak up the sun on the Kovalam beach, take a jetty ride to the Jewish synagogue in Cochin, set out on a jungle safari in the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary or simply cool your heels off in Munnar. No better time to enjoy Kerala’s vivid scenery.


Q. Is alcohol served aboard houseboats?
A. Houseboats typically do not come with stocked bars as serving alcohol anywhere in Kerala requires a special liquor licence. But houseboats let you bring in your own alcohol; sometimes they even pick up beer locally and serve it to you. There is no law against enjoying your own alcohol on a houseboat.


Q. Is Uber available in Kerala?
A. Only three cities in Kerala have Uber; namely Trivandrum, Cochin and Thrissur. A typical intercity Uber trip is between Cochin to any part of Kerala. In such an arrangement, you need to pay the return kilometre rate like in a regular taxi. You can also book an Uber ride from Alleppey and Kottayam provided it is headed to Cochin alone.


Q. Is it safe to stay in a houseboat?
A. There are houseboats meant for a day trip and there are overnight houseboats. The latter can further be categorised into Deluxe, Premium and Luxury categories. Make sure you are booking a houseboat stay with a reputed provider or the houseboats belong to a prominent hotel chain. There will be a full crew attending to you and you won’t have any discomfort, save for the minor insects that creep up on-board. Make sure you have researched your provider well before zeroing on an overnight stay.


Q. Is it okay to visit Kerala in the monsoon?
A. July to September is the rainy season in Kerala when the state draws its shutters and goes indoors. The beaches are empty, the attractions are abandoned in this season, even the local shacks shut shop. If you at all have to visit in monsoon to see the backwaters in their rain-soaked glory, visit late September when the heavy rains have subsided.


Q. What are the top places to shop for silk sarees in Kerala?
A. Parthas Textiles outlet in Trivandrum, Pulimoottil Silks in Thrissur, Ethnic Weaves in Trivandrum, Seematti in Kottayam, Kalyan Sarees in Kannur, Kalyan Kendra in Kozhikode, Jayalakshmi Silks in Kochi, are among the popular hubs to buy a gorgeous Kerala silk saree.


Q. What is a good place in Kerala for leisure and Ayurveda?
A. Varkala is the best choice as it ticks both the categories. It is a laid-back getaway with cliffs fronting a turbulent sea, a lineup of coconut groves, regular yoga session planned by the hotels and resorts, cafes serving the fresh catch of the day, afforded by the setting are several Ayurveda clinics and resorts that specialise in Ayurvedic therapies complete with their resident doctors and nutritionists.


Q. What is a great honeymooning destination in Kerala?
A. The backwaters of Kumarakom offer the perfect retreat to honeymooning couples. Add to it the presence of the mighty Vembanad Lake that makes the sunsets here more colourful and the scenery more dramatic. Munnar too is a cosy getaway for honeymooners, but nothing like the backwaters to enjoy a few days of serene country scenery with the soft gurgle of waters always in the background.


Q. Where does the Nehru Trophy Boat Race take place in Kerala?
A. The fabled Nehru Trophy Boat Race or the snake boat race takes place on the Punnamada Lake near Alleppey. It happens annually in August on its second Saturday. The sight of watching more than 100 rowers navigate on their punted canoes through this approximately 2 kilometre stretch competing with each other as they make it to the finishing line, is a sight to behold.

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