Muhamma Tourism & Travel Guide

8 Days
Kerala : The first sight

Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary : Agasthyamalai PeakPonmudiPonmudi Golden HillVarkala: Fishing with a s...

Salim Islam
3 Days
Two girls on a budget trip to kochi & Alleppy !

It was a fine Friday evening, we colleagues gathered in cafeteria to grab some coffee and snacks ...

Debasmita Rath
Created Using A 200-Year-Old Design, This Traditional Resort In Kerala Is As Close As You Can Get To

If you are looking for an idyllic getaway, and are craving for some lush green tropical environme...

Krupa Shah
Head To Vembanad Lake To Escape The Chaos Of Your City Life

Known for its captivating beauty and calm waters, Vembanad Lake is gradually making its way to th...

Tanishka Goel
Three Days In Kerala- A Long Weekend Escape

Kerala brings to mind thoughts of sultry weather, lazy boat rides, coconut groves and lip-smackin...

Adyasha Dash (The Wandering Mind)
5 Days
My Backpacking Diary – Chapter 2(Backwaters and Beaches-West Kerala)

I always wanted to backpack across Kerela ever since i visited amritapuri during college. Th...

Rohan Mudaliar

Eravikulam National Park
Best time to visit - April,May,June,September,October,November
This national park is the breathtaking home of a plethora of precious flora and fauna, and lies along the Western Ghats....
Best time to visit - May,June,September,October,November
This renowned hill station once housed the Madras Presidency during the British Rule and possesses many remnants in the ...
Best time to visit - January,February,March,September,October,November,December
A major city and commercial hub in Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore offers not much in terms of touristic attractions unless you'r...
Best time to visit - April,May,June,August,September
Translating to 'the gift of the forest' in the native language of Tamil Nadu and originally home to the Palaiyar tribal ...
Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
Need a dose of vitamin sea? This city in the North Malabar region of Kerala can surely take care of that, with its seren...

About Muhamma

Houseboats were a strict no-no for us. We planned on hiring a canoe to ply through the channels but we discovered that to have a feel of the backwaters one doesn't need to have a private ride. The government boat jetty was just 100 metres from Thadavadu and we boarded the passenger ferry to Muhamma. The ride was INR 10/person and it took us on a 40 minute long ride through the small canals and then through the widest length of the Vembanad lake to the Muhamma jetty. A feeling like this can only be experienced; the wide glassless windows, the wooden seats, the flavour of travelling with the locals in a rusty boat with the sight of fisherman on the lake casting their nets while the sun set over the tree-line on the edge of the lake. We strolled for a bit in Muhamma and caught the last ferry back to Kumarakom and we experienced the waters again, but this time, in complete darkness.

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