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Best time is to visit in the month of January to March. Ideal time should be around in the mornings, usually the night is more calmer. One con though, the place gets closed by 11p.m

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There is Shankumugham beach which is the best beach here and Old Coffee house there is really good for all day food. Also, visit Sree Padmanaswamu temple and Napier Musuem.

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My favourite part about Kovalam was the banana boat ride on Kovalam beach. Unlike the rafts that are passed off as banana boats on the beaches of the rest of the country, the banana boats here are very shallow, wooden boats. These boat rides are sure to give you an adrenaline rush like never before. Other than that, what I loved about that area was the abundance of backwaters. You can hire a houseboat for the night or for a few hours and spend time in the backwaters. I had hired a houseboat for the night. The guy rowing the boat was a delight. He made a stop at a place where we could get ayurvedic massages and cooked us a nice local dinner.

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- Swimming in the ocean here can be dangerous. It is strictly advisable to keep to the marked areas. You also have to be careful of the jellyfish. The small orange jellyfish are dangerous, the purple ones are harmless.

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Kovalam is a beach town that is internationally known for its three connected beaches - Hawa beach, Palm backed beach and the Samudra beach. All these three beaches together form Kovalam beach. The leisure options are plenty such as sunbathing, sea swimming, health resorts along with various health, yoga and ayurvedic centers.

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Is Kovalam a nice getaway from Tiruvananthpuram? What modes of transport can I take?

Yes, kovalam is good place. There is public transport. AC low floor buses are there . otherwise you can also take taxi.

10 months ago by Divya Santosh


From East fort area you can take an AC bus (Fare : INR 32/-) or a non AC bus (Fare : INR 16/-) and it takes around 30 minutes to reach kovalam bustand. Walk down two minutes to reach the beach from there. And from Trivandrum Railway Station East fort is just a 5 min walk.

10 months ago by Arka Das