Kerala is blessed with its wide stretches of backwaters. 44 rivers feed the fertile soil of the main land. Numerous lakes and lagoons add beauty as well as water safety.
Alleppey is the most visited tourist destination falls under the category of backwaters. It is connected with Kuttanad, the land below sealevel. Roam during day time and feel relaxed overnight in the houseboat. It is a wonderful experience.
Kumarakom stands sholder to sholder with Alleppey. It is a virging village with great stretches of backwaters.
The biggest fresh water lake in Kerala is at Sasthamcottah in Kollam district. Rowing boat facilities are there.