The Alappuzha beach, also known as the Alleppey Beach is famous for local getaways, its intrinsic beauty and a 150 years old pier which stretches into the sea. Relaxing under the palm groves and picnicking beside the beach are fantastic options available to those visiting the beach. Alleppey Beach is a host to many festivals like Sand Art festival and Alappuzha Beach Festival.
In addition to the pristine beauty of Alleppey Beach, some exciting activities and attractions are present in and around this destination. Vijaya Beach Park has amusement amenities which acts as a plus point for the people visiting the beach. It has become the synonym for amazement and amusement for visitors of all age groups. It also has an old lighthouse which is highly fascinating to its visitors. The Nehru Trophy Boat Race which takes place every year in August gives this beach another reason to become the most famous attraction in Kerela. A mixture of all of these bewitching things makes Alappuzha beach a wonderland.
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Activities to do at Alappuzha Beach
The gentle terrain of the Alappuzha Beach is the perfect destination to pursue all your beach dreams! From taking lazy strolls along the sandy shore to fun-filled activities, there is a lot that you can do here. Some of the most popular activities in the Alappuzha Beach include the following:
1. Water Activities
You can enjoy thrilling water sports on the backwaters. You have a choice between surfing, parasailing, boat races and motor boat riding, each of which is a refreshing way to explore the terrain. The water sports in the Emerald Backwaters is a replenishing experience and there are houseboats available here as well. The beach is famous for Snake Boat Races which take place during Onam.
2. Relaxing Activities
Explore your inner self with by indulging yourself into yoga and meditation at Ayurvedic and yoga centres near Alappuzha. These sessions are typically held early in the morning when you can witness the sunrise for yourself as well.
Mullakkal Street offers you with different souvenirs and stuffs like bags, dresses, rugs, spices among a host of other fascinating local articles. Once you've had your fill of the beach activities, do pay a visit to this destination for a quick shopping session.
4. Mouth-watering Food
KreamKorner outlets, situated at Cullan or Mullackal Roads, serves delicious North Indian, Tandoori as well as the famous dishes of Alleppey like Alleppey fish curry. Harbour Restaurant at Beach Road is apt for Indian, Chinese and European Cuisines. These are the most famous outlets here so do visit them.
Vijaya Beach Park
Within the distance of just 450 m from the main beach, Vijaya Park is a house of amusement specially meant for children. Equipped with all kind of rides, the park will keep the little ones occupied for hours. It also offers boating, cycling and toy train facilities. The opening timings for same are 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM. It charges INR 10 for a 10-minute ride. Other charges include Video permit: INR 25, Camera permit: INR 5. Located in the close vicinity of the Allepy Beach, Vijaya Beach Park is a pocket-friendly way to have a fun-filled weekend with your family.
300 m from the beach lies the oldest lighthouse of Kerela. The lighthouse was completed in the year 1862 under the rule of Rama Varma Maharaja of Travancore. This was one of the busiest ports of Kerala and served as an important trade centre. Today it stands still even after 150 years of its construction and serves as a fascinating attraction for its visitors. Interestingly, the lighthouse is still a manned station.
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