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Everyone Must Visit Kerala Backwaters Atleast Once in A Lifetime
March 31, 2016 Kerala

After experiencing Kerala Backwater myself, I am fully convinced that EVERYONE MUST VISIT KERALA BACKWATERS ATLEAST ONCE IN A LIFETIME. Unique as it is, Kerala Backwaters is a network of 1500km of canals both man-made and natural, 38 rivers and 5 big lakes. The backwaters are one of the largest fresh-water sources and rich in marine biodiversity.

EVERYONE MUST VISIT KERALA BACKWATERS ATLEAST ONCE IN A LIFETIME

Everyone must visit Kerala Backwaters atleast once in a lifetime because of its scenic views! Cropped with coconut trees on one side and paddy fields on the other side, the Kerala Backwaters gives you the perfect postcard pictures. Apart from the Kettuvalam boats cruising along the coastal Kerala Backwaters and the colours of the water, everything seems to glide in green hues. 

Everyone must visit Kerala Backwaters atleast once in a lifetime because it gives the peace of mind away from hustle bustle of the city life.

Everyone Must Visit KErala backwaters once in a lifetime

Spoiled with splendour landscapes from rivers to paddy fields.

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Everyone must visit Kerala Backwaters atleast once in a lifetime because the local life portrayed along the backwaters. The backwaters are thriving with daily chores. 

DSC_8074This is how a boat is painted at the backwaters.

Kerala backwatersAn elderly lady fished by the river.

DSC_8367The main transportation at the backwaters is boat.

Everyone must visit Kerala Backwaters atleast once in a lifetime because it is a bird sanctuary. 

DSC_8064Hello there, kingsfisher.

DSC_8170Possibly the best view all over the backwaters. From a bird’s eyes view.

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DSC_8356Truly is a bird sanctuary. Amazing how tourism boom in Kerala Backwaters does not scare away the birds.

Everyone must visit Kerala Backwaters atleast once in a lifetime because of the beautiful sunsets.

Kerala sunset

Everyone Must Visit Kerala backwaters atleast once in a lifetime

Everyone must visit Kerala Backwaters atleast once in a lifetime because the cruise services deserve world class award. Read about my Kerala Backwater Cruise with Rainbow Cruises HERE.

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Not to forget the surreal morning view in Allepey.

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And the friendly locals in the backwaters.

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Last but not least, everyone must visit Kerala Backwaters to truly understand what is responsible tourism.

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This trip is made possible by #keralablogexpress from 15-29 February 2016. Silk Air flies from Singapore to Thiruvananthapuram 4 times weekly; from Singapore to Kochi 9 times  weekly. For further info : www.silkair.com

"1" Comment
  1. Very informative post. Snaps are amazing. I found everything at one place. I was very worried when the flood took place here this year but now happy to know that restoration process is going on very fast. I am planning to visit this beautiful state again most probably by next year. I had visited Kerala in the year 2009. I always miss Munnar, Kovalam and Kumarkum as these are my favorite place in the state of Kerala. A valuable read. Thanks for sharing.

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