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Krishnapuram Palace:

This 18th century palace built during the reign of the Travancore monarch, Marthanda Varma is a heritage building with intricately carved wooden walls, gabled roofs and dormar windows. It is now a museum with many antique sculptures, paintings and bronze objects. Situated 47 kms from Alappuzha on the way to Kollam, you can stop here in between a boat trip.



Here’s is a small green island perched in the Vembanad Lake. This uninhabited island is a favourite bird watching spot in Alapuzha. Pathiramanal is home to many rare species of migratory birds and is accessible only by boat, both from Kumarakom and Alapuzha.



The village of Karumadi, 13 kms from Alapuzha is famous for its Karumadi Kuttan, a huge black granite figure of Buddha built during the 9th or 10th century. There are several interesting traditions in connection to this statue which attracts tourists and archaeologists here.



Kuttanad area is full of lush paddy fields whose fringes are lined with coconut trees. It is a perfect place to enjoy pristine purity. Rowing in a village canoe (kothumbuvallom) through the serpentine canals here, you will be treated with vignettes of daily lives of rustic people who occupy the narrow strips of lands between the canals.


Alappuzha Beach:

Alapuzha beach is one of the most popular picnic spots for Keralites as well as tourists. There is an old lighthouse which is a great fascination to visitors. The pier at Alapuzha beach that extends to the sea is only one of it’s kind in the state and dates back to more than 100 years. Entertainment facilities at Vijaya beach park adds to its attraction with children’s area and boating facilities.


Chavara Bhavan:

Chavara Bhavan, the ancestral home of blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara, is a popular Christian shrine with visitors round the year. At a distance of 6 kms from Alappuzha, it is accessible only by boat. A 250 year old historically important beacon of light is preserved here in its original form.


Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple:

This serpent shrine is situated 32 kms south of Alappuzha. Non-Hindus are not allowed inside the temple still the surroundings and the legends associated with it are very interesting. The temple is situated in a lush green and pictorial surrounding with giant trees around. According to legends, the first priestess of the templegave birth to a five-headed snake, which is believed to be there still in their ancestral house to protect the family.