Kumarakom is one of the most scenic places in all of Kerala. It consists of a number of islands around the serene Vembanad Lake. The land around the town is full of verdant paddy spreads, coconut and mango groves. Kumarakom has an exhaustive list of places to visit. We are listing some of them below.
Vembanad Lake is Kerala's largest lake and runs from Kochi to Alleppey. Houseboats are offered by Riverland Holidays to traverse through the sweeping waters of this beautiful lake. Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls are a popular picnic spot for tourists, with almost a 100 feet high water drop point.
The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is home to many exotic local species and hosts migratory birds during their flights onwards. The Kumarakom Beach is another destination where tourists can relax and enjoy their holidays. The Bay Island Driftwood Museum is another attraction which entices the travellers with many natural and artificial sculptures made of driftwood from the shores of Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Apart from this, there is a local zoo on the Pathiramanal Island and a 1000-year-old Masjid, considered as a relic of onset of Islam in Kerala.