A tour to Kerala without a houseboat tour is incomplete

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During a tour to Kerala, one can plan it in such a manner that at least 2 nights should be spent in the houseboat on a starry full moon night. In this manner, you can witness the crimson sunset in one evening and the pearly moon on one night after dinner. The dinner served during a Kerala Houseboat Tour is prepared fresh by the chef assigned to you during the journey.

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A tour to Kerala without a houseboat tour is incomplete It’s been for many years communities residing along Kerala’s remote backwater have been using kettuvallam boats. Transporting rice from the paddy fields to market towns has been the primary use for these boats. Nevertheless on the present day these kettuvallam boats are one of the prominent sources of attraction for the tourist all over the world. Kettuvallam boat tours or Kerala Houseboat Tour is must on your tour to Kerala. These boats are generally constructed out of bamboo coir wood and rattan. The houseboats are usually 80 feet in length which have been refurbished into stylishly fashioned cottages. The extravagantly decorated houseboat could be also made available depending on your aspirations and budget. This type of houseboats would normally be of two floors with living rooms 4 bedrooms and balconies. Despite the seemingly good business prospects and probability of earning a good amount of money the Kerala Houseboat Tour operators aren’t very keen n environment friendly means of tour operation. During a tour to Kerala one can plan it in such a manner that at least 2 nights should be spent in the houseboat on a starry full moon night. In this manner you can witness the crimson sunset in one evening and the pearly moon on one night after dinner. The dinner served during a Kerala Houseboat Tour is prepared fresh by the chef assigned to you during the journey. Enjoy a sunrise with a cuppa in your hand.

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