The Kerala houseboat cruise takes you to another world, with nature at its best, coming to Kerala and not experiencing the grandeur of these luxury floating castles will be sheer waste. The best place to be explored in these luxurious houseboats has always been the mystic Kumarakom. Kumarakom houseboats have attracted plenty of tourists from across the world. Kumarakom flaunts a beautiful landscape with serene backwaters dotted with lush paddy fields, coconut palms, rich flora and fauna along with the life on the bank of these backwaters. Spread across a huge area, Kumarakom, infact remains of the most sought after place for enjoying a cool houseboat cruise. You can select from a category of these houseboats, depending upon your budget and requirements. Refurbished to meet your needs, these luxury vessels are designed with all the amenities one will look for in his/her holidays. From single bedroom to triple room, from AC to non-AC houseboats are available for the guests. So enjoy a pleasant cruise in a stylish houseboat and explore the secluded beauty of these backwaters
Kumarakom Houseboats “Cruise Details “ Day: 01 pick from Cochin airport drive to Kumarakom, visit Kumarkom Bird Sanctuary, check in the houseboat at 12:00 Pm with welcome drink with Tender coconut, Jasmine Garlands & Fruit basket. Houseboat cruise through Kumarakom lake, vembanadu Lake, Enjoy the traditional Kerala Lunch break. Houseboat cruise through C- Block, R- Block, H block & over night stay in Kumarakom Day: 02 After breakfast through C – Block,Pathiramannal Isand , reach Kumarakom at 09:00 Am after driver to Cochin Airport with everlasting memories of Kumarkom.
Day Cruise in Houseboat (Family Trip) In the busy life we don’t have great time to sit with our family members. Here we offer a Day Cruise in the houseboat with traditional Kerala Cuisine. Check in to houseboat at 11: 00 Am with welcome drink (Kappa & Fish Curry -11:30 pm). Enjoy Kerala Lunch, 06 hrs Journey through the backwaters of Alleppey will give the natural beauty of Kerala and core village life.
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I just spent two weeks in Bali, and I loved every minute of it. While staying at a hotel in Nusa Dua, someone in the marketing department highly recommended a small musuem. I went there and really enjoyed it. I wrote a post on it in my blog: Museum Pasifika.
Sure Buzzy - its an 14 villa eco-boutique resort on a hillside overlooking the Bali sea. You can find it on damai.com. We have a great restaurant. When are you planning on coming to Bali?
It's in the north part of the island, near Bali's old capital Singaraja (Denpasar was only made capital in 1947). We are in the mountain village of Kayuputih, near a tourism area/string of fishing villages called Lovina.
Its definitely the quieter and more undiscovered part of the island.Theres a fair bit of things to see up here, and for the most part they still have to make it into the guide books.
A few years back, locals up here still thought it was a small event to sight a tourist, and while they might not think that to quite the same extent today, still the vast majority of Balinese up here just goes about their daily business which is by and large unrelated to tourism. Singaraja, for instance, is a nice town of 400.000 people, without a single business aimed at tourists.
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