Swaying palms & golden sands, gentle waves caressing your feet, orange sun setting in the horizon, snake boat races, flashing oars, glistening oarsmen…unforgettable visual memories you take home from Panoramic Sea Resorts, Alleppey, Kerala. It is one of the most affordable Ayurveda Resorts which offers excellent Ayurvedic treatments. An affordable accommodation, multi-cuisine restaurant, swimming pool and other facilities will make your trip memorable. Experience the joy of being in the God's own country at Panoramic Sea Resorts, Allepey, Kerala.
HOW TO REACH ALLEPPEY
By Bus: The KSRTC Bus Stand, Alappuzha, Kerala, India is about 5 km away from the Panoramic Sea Resort and takes 15mins by bus. The nearest bus top for Panoramic Sea Resort is Pichu Ayar.
By Rail: Alappuzha Railway Station, Alappuzha, Kerala, India is 1 km away from the resort
By Air: Kochi Naval Airport, Ernakulam is 94 km from the resort (2hr15mins by NH 66).
ACCOMMODATION AT ALLEPPEY
Alleppey is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kerala, especially with those who want to take in the backwaters and the scenic beauty of the rice fields. Therefore, there are several hotels, beach resorts and even houseboats that are available here.
We recommend a stay at the Panoramic Sea Resort during your trip to Alleppey, this property is located by the calm blue waters of the Arabian Sea and offers some breath-taking views. The resort also has a traditional Ayurvedic massage centre where you can indulge in some traditional Kerala therapies.
BOAT HOUSES AT ALLEPPEY
A trip to Alleppey is incomplete without a stay at a boat house. There are several of these owned and operated by the Kerala Tourism Department as well as by private operators. These are anchored across specific spots across Alleppey and some of them also offer the day cruise option.
PLACES TO VISIT IN ALLEPPEY
Alleppey Beach is frequently referred to as Alappuzha Beach by the located. One of the most important feature of this popular beach is that is has a pier that is over 137 years old. This is one of the most picturesque beaches in the country as it has the sea on one side and on the other you can view the vast network of canals, which are a signature of Alleppey.
Various canals, lagoons, and waterways surround Kumarakom's small cluster of islands. These numerous water ways make up what is known as the Backwaters. Renting a houseboat and cruising through these waterways are one of the best ways to explore Kumarakom. You can also see a large vriety of flora and fauna across the backwaters.
A birdwatcher's haven, the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, covers an impressive expanse of 14 acres. A large variety of different birds can be found at the sanctuary at any given time. Numerous migratory birds even from places like Siberia visit the sanctuary. It is common to see golden-backed woodpeckers, night herons, kingfishers, paradise fly-catchers and egrets.
Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple