Location & Neighbouring Attractions

Muvattupuzha is the meeting point of the three rivers Thodupuzha, Kali & Kothamangalam and was once an important spice trade route by water and road from the highlands to the port of Cochin. Agriculture is the main livelihood of the locals and the area is well known for pineapple production as well as banana, coconut and pepper.
We are just 45minutes from Kochi International Airport on the road to Munnar well known for its majestic Tea and Spice Plantations.

Distance from attractions

  • LuLu Mall

    40Km, 1hr without traffic
  • Cochin International Airport

    32Km, 1hr
  • Sailing Club House

    45Km, 1hr 30min
  • Wonderla Amusement Park

    25Km, 45min
  • Kumarakom

    60Km, 1hr 45 min
  • Kodanad Elephant Training Centre

    30Km, 1hr
  • Athirapally And Vazhachal Waterfalls

    65Km, 1hr 50min
  • Munnar

    90Km, 2hr 30min
  • Fort Kochi

    45Km, 1hr 45min
  • Houseboats Alappuzha

    85Km, 2hr 15min
  • Grand Hotel

    40Km 1hr without traffic
  • Cherai Beach

    65Km, 1hr 45min
  • Thekkady

    120Km, 3hr

LuLu Mall

LuLu mall is the second largest shopping mall in India. Spanning 17 acres it contains more than 200 retail outlets including a great cinema, ice skating rink, bowling alley and supermarket.

Cochin International Airport

Cochin International Airport  is the first green field airport  in the country built with public-private partnership . The astonishing public participation, relentless support from NRIs and an effective leadership have made CIAL, the company that built and operates the airport, an international brand.

Sailing Club House

Treat yourself to the grandstand view of Lake Vembanad, one of the largest lakes in the country. This makes it one of the best locations to let your hair down and raise the sails. Make a tryst with that special someone or have a private banquet for your group on this secluded retreat.

Wonderla Amusement Park

Wonderla, Kochi, is a picture-perfect spot with exhilarating rides and games. Nestled in picturesque greenery at Pallikkara, Wonderla is an eco-friendly amusement park offering safe, well-supervised entertainment for the visitors.

Wonderla has 22 water based attractions and 34 land based attractions.


The village of Kumarakom is a cluster of little islands on the Vembanad Lake. The bird sanctuary here, which is spread across 14 acres, is the highlight and a favourite haunt of migratory birds and an ornithologist’s paradise. Egrets, darters, herons, teals, waterfowls, cuckoo, wild duck and migratory birds like the Siberian Stork visit here in flocks and are a fascinate the visitors.

Kodanad Elephant Training Centre

These orphaned elephants look genuinely happy and well cared for. Join the elephants for their morning stroll. You walk alongside the elephants down to the river where they happily flop into the water and are carefully scrubbed and bathed. It can be a fantastic experience and the elephants look truly content.

Athirapally And Vazhachal Waterfalls

These two picturesque and majestic waterfalls are located just 5km apart on the edge of the Sholayar forest ranges. The Athirapally falls join the Chalakudy river after plummeting down 80 ft. The cool spray that covers a large area near the falls makes Athirapally a scenic location. The picturesque Vazhachal waterfall is close to dense green forests and is a part of the Chalakudy river.


Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. 1,600 m above sea level, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Among the exotic flora found in the forests and grasslands here is the Neelakurinji. This flower which bathes the hills in blue once in every twelve years, will bloom next in 2018. Munnar is an ideal spot for trekking.

Fort Kochi

Lonely Planet aptly describes Fort Kochi, now home of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, as a town that has been drawing traders and explorers to its shores for over 600 years. Nowhere else in India could you find such an intriguing mix: giant fishing nets from China, a 400-year-old synagogue, ancient mosques, Portuguese houses and the crumbling remains of the British Raj. The result is an unlikely blend of medieval Portugal, Holland and an English village grafted onto the tropical Malabar Coast.

Houseboats Alappuzha

Have you ever gone cruising in a houseboat on the backwaters of Kerala? If you haven’t, make sure you do. This one is really a wonderful and unforgettable experience! Present day houseboats are huge, slow moving exotic barges used for leisure trips, and are in fact reworked version of kettuvallams of olden times. The original kettuvallams were used to carry tons of rice and spices.

Grand Hotel

Dine at the Grand Hotel Kochi and get the real taste of Kerala as you try the wide variety of seafood and fresh water marine food marinated and cooked to perfection. This restaurant is consistently good quality and there is a dimly lit bar downstairs for a pre-dinner beer or wine!

Cherai Beach

The 18 kilometer long Cherai Beach is the golden beach of Kerala and is rightly called “The Princess of the Arabian sea”. Feel the warmth of the golden rays of the sunset. Enjoy some freshly caught seafood prepared by the fisherman’s family. The beach is shallow, calm and is ideal for swimming & sunbathing. Dolphins are seen here occasionally.


The Periyar forests of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India. Spread across the entire district are picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for treks and mountain walks.