Kumarakom is one of the most popular backwaters in Kerala which is known for its shimmering and calm water. This dazzling backwaters is captivating to visit, with the azure backwaters on the surface of Vembanad Lake reflecting the blue sky.
Kumarakom Backwaters is ranked as one of the top 50 tourist attractions of a lifetime through the National Geographic Traveler Kumarakom backwaters. These fabulous backwater is surrounded by lush golden ripe paddy fields, lush green petals of palm trees with the bizarre fishing centre lining the canal banks. Kumarakom, a popular tourist destination amidst the insightful travelers and nature lovers.
... Kumarakom village in Kerala can be reached through ferry ride from the districts of Alappuzha, Ernakulam and Kottayam. The Vembanad Lake bisecting Kumarakom town makes it the prime source of irrigation for the Kuttanad paddy fields. It is also popular for its shores being a hub to one of the largest water-fowl populations.
Traveling on the Kumarakom backwaters is one of the best ways to explore the drowned beauty wrapped in this area. While traveling witness a close view of the panoramic backwaters stretches of Kerala. Enjoy the scenic beauty of lush paddy atmosphere and bizarre village life from close while you sail through the canals and rivers empty into the large stretch of water of the Vembanad Lake.
Q. What Kumarakom Backwater is famous for?
Ans. Kumarakom Backwater is famous for its natural and serene beauty.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Kumarakom Backwater?
Ans. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Illikkal Kallu, Vaikom Mahadeva Temple, Elaveezhapoonchira, Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple, Vembanad Lake, and Marmala Waterfall.
Q. How to Reach Kumarakom Backwater?