On the shore of the enormous Ashtamudi Lake, Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, was founded in the ninth century AD. Alappuzha is a region of incredible natural beauty, bordered on the west by the Arabian Sea and traversed by a large network of lakes, lagoons, and freshwater rivers.
This Backwater Country, which tourists from all over the world refer to as the “Venice of the East,” is also home to a wide variety of animals and birds. It has long been respected as holding a special place in Kerala’s maritime heritage because of its proximity to the water. As the top provider of coir in the globe, Alleppey has achieved fame in the business world.