Kasargod Backwaters

Kasargod Backwaters

One of the most picturesque places in Kerala, Kasargod backwaters, is the place to savor the lush green and serene surroundings while cruising on-board a Kettuvallam (houseboat). In complete contrast the popular Alappuzha backwaters, the backwaters in Kasargod are ideal for those who are looking for some peace, away from touristy hustle-bustle. The northernmost district of Kerala, Kasargod is often explored by newly-wedded couples and those tourists who wish to have a peaceful vacation. However, because of the experiences that it offers, this place is slowly become one of the most popular backwater destinations of the state.

Old shrines, tranquil beach stretches, lush landscape and untouched waterscapes of Kasargod are surely going to enchant you. The backwater stretch of Kasargod is quite romantic and pleasant. Get on-board a houseboat and have an experience that is second to none.

Kasargod backwater tours offer you a chance to explore verdant landscape where glistening river surround 4 small islands. The confluence of these river patches into the tranquil backwaters forms a mesmerizing sight. Also referred to as the ‘land of seven languages and cultures’, Kasargod boasts of backwaters that comprises of green stretches, serene waterways, local villages, unspoilt islands and coconut grooves. Valiyaparamba and Chandragiri are two well-known Kasargod backwater options that you can go for.

Tourist Backwaters Spots on Kasargod backwaters

Pick Chandragiri and Valiyaparamba cruise route options, according to your preference. Savor lip-smacking food, treat your eyes to the lovely views of canopy stretches and paddy fields, enjoy modern comforts and feel completely relaxed while you are sailing on the backwaters of Kasargod. Witness the locals and the toddy tappers going on with their daily chores, spot colorful birds and more.

Around 4 km from the town of Kasargod lies a Chandragiri town that is pretty popular for a huge fort, Chandragiri fort that was constructed in the 17th century. The top of the fort offers lovely views of the Arabian Sea and Chandragiri River. The Chandragiri backwater starts from Chandragiri Bridge.

Exploring Valiyaparamba is another option, surely one of Kerala’s most mesmerizing backwater stretches. Do not miss spotting lovely colorful migratory birds while near the tiny island.

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