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Riverine Cruises offers Luxury Houseboat for your business and pleasure travel. Think about floating in your hotel suite where and when you want to and think about waking up to a new backwater view each morning. That's what you get when you steer your houseboat through each backwater district of Kerala in the most outstanding cruises in the Kerala Backwaters.
Beyond doubt an adventure of a lifetime for all of the family to enjoy on the backwaters, come visit our corner of paradise and see for yourself. We at Riverine Cruises look forward to welcoming you aboard our houseboat.
Kerala is probably the greenest place you will ever see. The coconut palms, the innumerable lakes and beaches will remain long lasting impressions to any visitor. The colorful festivals like ONAM & VISHU, various types
of dances like Kathakali, Kaikottikali, Mohiniyattom and Koodiyattam, martial arts like Kalaripayattu and wildlife sanctuaries are the other attractions.
Ayurveda the 3000 year old system of medicine (recognized by WHO as a system of alternative medicine), is becoming very popular all over the world. Kerala is a very attractive tourist place in Asia.
The emerald beauty of kerala with its sprawling golden beaches, verdant green valleys, the tropical flora and fauna, placid lakes and backwaters, has captured the heart of every tourist and has claimed for itself a very prominent position in the World Tourism Maps as “God’s Own country”. The historic city of Alleppey renowned for its coir industry is flanked by its majestic canals earning it the name “The Venice of the East”.
The many miles of calm water, historic fishing towns, spectacular scenery and excellent fishing makes Kerala Backwaters the ideal location for a houseboat vacation.
The houseboats of the present the gigantic, slow moving, remarkable vessel used for relaxation are the modified ‘kettuvalloms’ of the bygone. The kettuvallom meaning ‘boat with knots’ was so called because the complete boat was held together with coir knots only, without even a single nail for construction. The boat is made of planks of jack-wood attached jointly with coir. This is then coated with a caustic black resin made from boiled cashew kernels. A portion of the kettuvallom was roofed with bamboo and coir to serve as a restroom and kitchen for the crew. Food would be cooked on board.