•Experience the most amazing sunset in the comfort and luxury of the resort.
•Soak in the glimpses of the backwaters, where people are commuting for their day-to-day activities.
• Experience the organic farming and fish cultivation. Go for a nearby village walk to get acquainted with the daily life of the villagers.
• In the afternoon at the small store, you can learn how to dress in a saree for women and in a dhoti for men. It is great fun, and nice for clicking photos as well.
•There are numerous nooks and corner to just hang out and do absolutely nothing. One may just stare at the passing view.
•Yoga sessions are held in the pristine surroundings in the morning. The practice is conducted under the guidance of a Yoga teacher.
•Cooking classes are held by the experts to get you familiar with the authentic South Indian specialties- vegetarian as well as sea food.
• One of the best ways to enjoy the lake is to take the sunset cruise, an hour-long idyll with flute accompaniment. It is arranged within the resort, and makes you come face to face with the glorious setting Sun.
• Water lovers might also enjoy taking an oar, or a punt boat out onto the lake with one of the local fishermen, both for the company and a steadying hand on the tiller. Within minutes, you're in a watery universe.
•A bird watching tour is also organized within the property for the bird lovers.
*Some of the activities are subjected to the weather conditions and group size.
This 'land of spices' has many exquisite foods to showcase, but there are a few ingredients that are found common in most foods - coconut, chopped, grated or shaved, coconut milk or paste used in gravies or as oil for cooking. Chilies, curry leaf, mustard seeds and tamarind also dominate the dishes.