Vembanad Lake with lush green coconut periphery bordered by the backwaters is a delight for the eyes of the tourists. Vembanad Lake with 96 km length and 14 km width, is known as the longest lake in India and largest water basin in Kerala.
... Tourists from all across the globe come here for a snake boat ride which attracts them in the panoramic beauty of the serene backwaters. This backwater of Kumarakom turns into the jaw dropping spot during the Onam festival. During the festival of Onam, the backwater witnesses thousands of local people who assembles to celebrate their favourite Chundan Vallams. More than just a race this grand affair attracts the domestic as well as international tourists to cheer up the people who participated in the race.
Kayaks and houseboats are two of the best things you can try in Vembanad Lake. This Lake is popularly known for its calmness, peace and the marine wonders that breed in this lake. House boat ride in Vembanad Lake will offer tourists a visit to the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary and other tiny islands where you can see hyacinths, rice paddy plantation, traditional method of fishing, and sightseeing that are truly breathtaking. Tourists can also witness captivating yet dazzling aerial species that are flourishing in the balmy season.
Q. What Vembanad Lake is famous for?
Ans. Vembanad Lake is famous for its plantation, calmness and peace, and celebration of Chundan Vallams.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Vembanad Lake?
Ans. Alappuzha Beach, Willingdon Island, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Vembanad Lake, and Kootuveli Temple., Willingdon Island, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Vembanad Lake, and Kootuveli Temple.
Q. How to Reach Vembanad Lake?