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Kerala Places to see KERALA RIVERS AND LAKES


Kerela is famous for the presence of numerous water bodies like rivers, lakes, and backwaters. The state is popular among tourists for its placid lakes that are flanked by picturesque backdrop of mountains and forests. Lakes in Kerela form an important part of inland navigation system and being blessed with 34 lakes, it has earned the distinction of being one of the most sought after tourist destinations of India.

Vembanadu is the largest lake of the state and is stretched over an area of more than 12000 hectares. Laden with panoramic beauty and algae rich waters, the place is a major tourist attraction. Surrounded by the districts of Ernakulam, Kottayam, and Alappuzha, this lake is known for a saltwater barrier that separates this lake into backwater and freshwater parts. A number of fascinating islands like Paallipuram and Pathiramal are present on the route.    

Sasthamkotta Lake, the largest freshwater body among lakes in Kerela is another picturesque place that is worth visiting. You can also visit an ancient temple which is situated on its banks. Boating services are available that will carry you to the temple. Among the other popular lakes of the state, Ashtamudi is famous for the lush green surroundings and serene atmosphere. A major attraction of Kollam, this lake is blessed with a huge catchment area. The main source of water supply b to this lake is River Kallada. Abounding in several varieties of fish and other habitats, lake will attract you by its lovely sceneries.

If you are looking for spending some leisure time over the backwaters of Kerela, then Punnamada Lake is a great option for you. A venue for Nehru trophy, the place helds snake boat races every year. You can be the apart of the famous Onam festival which is celebrated in July, August, and September. Boating on the waters of this lake can be rejuvenating experiences of your life. 

Among the other lakes in Kerela that paint breathtaking imageries, Pookode Lake is a leading name. Bedecked with myriad species of water birds, green vegetation, and natural beauty, this lake will thrill your sense. Boating on its waters will take you to the nearby tourist attractions including Soochipara waterfalls

Being a tourist, you can spend your day doing boating at Akkulum Lake of Thiruvanathapuram. It is the perfect picnic spot where one can relax on the banks or enjoy the placid waters of the lake. Another lake that is famous for its backwaters is Paravur Lake. Though small in size, it is a part of a network of other canals and lakes.

Vembanad is among the lakes in Kerela that are famous as bodies of fresh water. You can have an exhilarating time doing fishing, boating and sightseeing. A nearby tourist village arranges cruises for the sake of tourist. Lovely houseboats that are built on lake waters offer you an everlasting experience.  Snake boat races are also organized during the famous Onam festival. Veeranpuzha lake of Cochin is apart of Vembanad Lake and the lack of freshwaters makes it a solitary place.

Lakes in Kerela are famous for their breathtaking beauty and magnanimous sights that will cast a spell on you once you visit them.

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