Allapuzha Houseboat is synonym to houseboats. Cruising in a houseboat in Allapuzha is a one of its kind experience, like nowhere in the world. Village life is best witnessed on your cruise across these languid waters. Women engaged in their daily chores, children amusing themselves at their never ending water games, fishermen spreading their nets from their small boats called ‘vanchi’, floating markets , rafting ducks in small and large number, Coconut trunks bent so low that their palms sways in the water, lush paddy fields, exotic birds and many more.

Allapuzha beach: Is one among the popular beaches of Kerala. It attracts large number of visitors for its beauty and cleanliness. There is an 150 year old pier which extends to sea.

Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple: The Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is believed to have been built during 15th – 17th AD.The Amabalapuzha Temple Festival was established during the fifteenth century A.D. The celebration in commemoration of the bringing of this idol of Lord Krishna is the origin of the Amabalapuzha Temple Festival, also known as the ChambakulamMoolam water festival.

Pathiramanal: A small island in Allapuzha is home to many migratory birds from different continents. The island is loved for its incredible scenic beauty.

Krishnapuram Palace: This 18th century palace in Kayamkulam is built by the Travancore kingdom in the architectural style of Kerala with gabled roof, narrow corridor and dormer windows.Maintained by the Archaeological department of Kerala is also a museum of the palace.

Mullakkal Temple: This 500 year old temple is open to all irrespective of caste, creed and ethnicity. The temple is built in old Kerala architectural style with beautiful temple pond and is adorned by plenty of trees and jasmine plants.