The holy land of Alappuzha, which gets indulged in various colours of distinct festivals, is a major tourist destination. The entire world recognizes it for its coir factories and communist traditions. It is strongly communicated through waterways with various other parts of Kerala that also includes the famous tourist destination of Kumarakom. Snake boat races are the events where most of the crowd gathers in August. One of the most vital boat race here is the Nehru Trophy Boat Race, held in September, which is associated with the Onam festival and gets many eyes glued on to it.
People who are more like the nature enthusiasts should visit he Aroor bridge early morning to witness the most exciting sight of the Sunrise. A large network of inland canals has earned the district an honourable title of – ‘Venice of the East’.
People adore and worship the Buddha idol – Saradamandiram, located in Mavelikkara, where Buddha resides in a seated posture known as Padmasana. Revi Karunakaran Memorial Museum, which features innumerable arts and aircrafts, has been newly added to the list of tourist destinations here. Alappuzha is also bestowed with endless temples like Kandamangalam Rajarajeshwari Temple, which blesses every soul that enters the territory. The Christian feast of – ‘Arthunkal Perunnal’ celebrated at the Arthunkal Church is one of the grand annual fests celebrated with bliss here. Padanilam Sivarathri is a religious important Hindu event that pulls a lot of crowd towards it.
A district which has countless positive attributes and tourist spots should be visited in personal to capture some of the best memories of life! Check out various tour options in Alappuzha below.