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Vasundhara Sarovar Premiere, Vayalar, Allepey, Kerala

Getting There


By Air

Kerala with three international airports at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Calicut is well connected with important domestic and international airports. Kochi is considered as the 4th busiest international airport in India. International flights from Abu Dhabi, Bander Abbas, Colombo, Dammam, Doha, Dubai, Kuwait, Muscat, Riyadh, Sharjah, and Singapore will take you to Kochi. Other two airports at Thiruvananthapuram and Calicut can also be reached from the countries of Middle East and Singapore.
The nearest airport to the hotel is Nedumbassery International; Cochin is situated at a distance of 63 kms.

 

By Rail

The important cities and towns of Kerala like Kochi, Ernakulam, Kottayam are well connected by an intricate network of railroads. Many express and mail trains run between the important railheads of Kerala and the major cities nationwide.
The nearest railway station is Cherthala which is at a distance of 6 Kms and the nearest railway junctions are Ernakulum Junction and Ernakulum Town at a distance of 35 Kms whereas the Alleppey Junction is 28 kms away.

 

By Road

Kerala is directly connected by road with 2 states- Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Kerala is connected with other major cities of India through National Highways.

 

Vayalar, Allepey Local Information:
From mountain ranges to the coastal plains, sun soaked beaches to the serene backwaters, God's Own country, Kerala is literally a painter's paradise. Kerala is blessed with backwaters that are a network of waterways, lakes and natural canals. Vembanad Lake, situated at a distance of 16 kms from Kottyam is one of the largest backwaters in Kerala. It is also the lifeline for many marine species in Kerala. This lake which is spread over many parts of Kerala extends from Alappuzah (Alleppey) in the south to Azheekkode in the north. Kumarakom is often visited for its unique houseboats and boat races.

Stroll around the streets of Fort Cochin and you are sure to witness the marvelous splendor of the colonial era. This little region in Kochi boasts of the oldest churches, temples and museums. Spices like cardamom, cinnamon are also found in abundance in the markets. Another interesting sightseeing place is the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Established in 1950, this sanctuary is home to rare animal and bird species. Along with it, Periyar Lake and rich flora and fauna also form the main tourist attraction. Sightseeing tours also include Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. Kumarakom bird Sanctuary, set in the captivating backwaters houses many migratory birds while Wayanad wildlife sanctuary, the second largest sanctuary in Kerala is home to various animals like tigers, elephants, panthers, monkeys and many more.

Apart from the famous backwaters, beaches also form the main tourist attractions. Varkala Beach, popularly known as Papanasam beach stands out due to its cliffs which are found adjacent to the Arabian Sea. Papanasam which literally means 'wash away sins' is visited by tourists to get rid of all the sins one has committed in his lifetime. Another interesting place includes Thrissur, Known as the cultural capital of Kerala. Thrissur boasts of Kerala Sahitya Academy and Kerala Lalita Kala Academy. Along with it, temples also form the major tourist attraction.

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