Born in the year 1957 after the bifurcation of Kottayam and Quilon districts, Alappuzha is a mesmerizing town in Kerala. Due to its location in God's Own Country, Alappuzha is bestowed with the beauty of nature in abundance. Visiting Alappuzha will not be a wrong decision.
The alluring Alappuzha is elevated 3 feet above the sea level and unfolds across an area of 46 sq. km. It faces the Laccadive Sea and the district is ambushed with canals, lagoons, and rivers that tag it as the 'Venice of East'. Such tranquil locations define the climate of Alappuzha as a moderate. The summer season is warm & humid with an average temperature of 37°C. The winter season is best time to visit alappuzha, cool and pleasant as the mercury level stays constant between 9°C-15°C amid the season. Alappuzha receives a substantial amount of rainfall with 900 mm on an average.
Alappuzha houses numerous astounding attractions. The visitors swarm to the places like Alappuzha Beach, St. Andrew's Basilica, Chettikulangara Swami Temple, Chinnaswami Temple, Kuttanad etc. to make their trip unforgettable.