A backwater is a portion of a river where there is no current or movement. Waves and shore currents create low barrier islands across the mouths of rivers flowing down from the Western Ghats range, forming the backwaters. Kerala's geography is so diverse that there are maze-like rivers that stretch almost the entire length of the state. The Arabian Sea's lowest tide, which contains a high concentration of salt, reaches these channels, forming a backwater.
Kerala’s popularity as a tourist destination can be attributed to various factors – a wonderful tropical climate, Ayurveda, wildlife, forts, and most of all, backwaters. Flanked by palm trees whose reflections form a perfect image on the clear waters, they present a spectacular sight. Kerala Backwaters provide you the best scenic moment to live and enjoy with your loved ones.
You should schedule your trip around what you want to see and do (here are some suggested attractions and things to do in Kerala). However, since the climate is tropical and receives rainfall from two monsoons, it's important to consider the weather. We are the leading Kerala Tour Packages provider in India. Feel free to touch us.