Veli Tourist Village
A delightful waterfront park developed the tourism Department, Veli is an ideal picnic spot where the lake merges with sea. The wading pool, gardens, exquisite sculptures, a floating bridge and a wide range of aqua sports facilities. The night life around the area is also lively.
(Mata Amritanandamayi Math)
Mata Amritanandamayi Math is situated at Amritapuri in Vallickavu, a small fishing village about 35 kms from Quilon (Kollam), South Kerala. Thousands of people around the world come to experience Mata Amritanandamayi’s or Amma’s unique 'darshan', in which she holds each devotee in her arms like a mother embracing a child.

To get to Amrithapuri, you can take a boat ride from Vallickavu across the backwaters. Alternatively you could take the slightly longer beach road from Karunagapally (10 km south) and cross the backwaters through a bridge which brings you directly to the ashram.
Kanyakumari, the Land's end, and the confluence of the three water bodies, is 20 km to the south of Nagercoil, with tourist attractions of its own which include the Vivekanda Rock Memorial, 133 ft high statue of Tamil poet-saint Tiruvalluvar - both on the mid-sea on rocky islands; the place is also famous for its distinctly beautiful (reddish) sunrise and sunset.

Located at the southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula, it is also called Cape Comorin.
Kerala Backwaters
The coastal regions of Kerala have a network of waterways, inlets from the sea, estuaries of over forty rivers, lakes and natural canals connecting coastal towns, which stretches to over 900 kms.

The backwaters of Kerala have a unique ecosystem - freshwater from the rivers meets the seawater from the Arabian Sea in the backwaters in Kerala. ‘Kettuvallom’ or the traditional houseboat of Kerala can be hired for a cruise down the tranquil blue waterscapes to enjoy the scenic beauty of the backwaters. The backwaters are also a popular haunt for activities such as: angling, bird watching and boating.
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