Kerala Tour Kumarakom

Kumarakom, Kerala – Paradise on Earth!

A labyrinth of backwaters with shimmering water, the brilliant green of mangrove forests, coconut palms lining the embankments, blue skies, flocks of migratory birds skimming the water – that is Kumarakom, a veritable dreamland!

Every year, more than seven million tourists visit Kerala, a place that the National Geographic Magazine has described as one of the must-see places in a lifetime.  Kumarakom is an important stopover for a majority of these tourists. This famous tourist backwater hub is a cluster of islands on the eastern banks of Lake Vembanad.

Compared to adjacent villages, the lake has its maximum length and breadth near Kumarakom – about eight km. With the huge lake on one side and with a network of calm canals running through it, Kumarakom, a masterpiece created by man and Nature together, enjoys a unique position on the map of Kerala.

In and around Kumarakom – Some Must-Sees and Must-Dos

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Pathiramanal
Flora, Fauna and Flavours of Kumarakom
Houseboat – Sailing on a Dream
Boat Races in Kumarakom
Bay Island Driftwood Museum
Antique Shops at Kumarakom
Churches in Kumarakom
Portrait of Parumala Thirumeni
Temples and Festivals in Kumarakom
Sarpakavu (Grove of Snakes)
Schools in Kumarakom
Traditional Houses in Kumarakom
A Day at Waterscapes
Regional Agriculture Research Station, Kumarakom