Kumarakom and the Backwaters, Kerala, India

Kumarakom is undoubtedly a standout among the most beautiful places in Kerala, God's own country. Kumarakom village is an assembly of 27 islets encompassed by waterways stretching from the Vembanad lake in Kottayam District. The principle mode of transportation here is through the water in little canoes, boats or extremely big Kettu Valloms / house boats. 

The back waters of Kerala intermixed with lagoons and lakes lie parallel to the Arabian Sea. Vembanad, the biggest lake around them blankets a zone of 200 sq km, and is flanked by the regions of Alappuzha /Alleppey , Kottayam, and Ernakulam. 

Appraised as one of the top 15 delightful spots on the planet by the National Geographic, Kumarakom, 

16 km from Kottayam town is an immaculate traveler end as it has a few captivating vistas as the alleviating backwaters intermixed with little islets and canals, thick mangrove woodlands, green paddy fields, coconut forests, several mixed bags of transitory birds, conventional country crafts and so on.

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