An alluring river cruise in Malabar region – an experience like never before

Posted on February 16, 2021 by

People planning a visit to Kerala shall now to able to experience a river cruise like never before. The Maland – Malabar River Cruise, being introduced by Kerala Tourism on February 15, 2021 features 11 types of boat rides. The cruise is presenting you with different thematic experiences and tours of Kerala’s offbeat locations that include the northern districts like Kasaragod and Kannur.
According to a report, the first river cruise service shall connect routes lying in between Parassinikkadavu and Pazhayangadi. Such an initiative shall aid in spreading knowledge about the culture, legend, and folk arts of the Malabar region. In the Kasaragod and Kannur region, there shall be 48 boat terminals and jetties along the seven rivers. In the meantime, the work on two of the terminals has already been accomplished.
In order to justify the principles of Responsible Tourism, local people shall be taken into consideration in the project, according to a statement given to a popular newspaper by Kadakampally Surendran, Kerala’s Tourism Minister. The inmates of the region that includes the farmers, cab drivers, auto-rickshaw pullers, handloom and handicraft workers, and fishermen shall be provided with a steady income.
If the news is taken into consideration, the state-of-the-art boat terminals at Pazhayangadi and Parassinikkadavu in the Kannur district are set at a price of INR 7.5 crore, and the boats will be operated by KTDC. Under the Swadesh Darshan, the Malanad – Malabar project shall get a world-class cruise package.
According to a report, the cruise project is being formulated along the rivers Perumba, Mayyazhi, Ancharakkandi, Valapattanam, Kuppam, Kavvayi, Thejaswini, Chandragiri, and Valiyaparamba backwaters. The Mayyazhi river cruise shall provide you with a deep insight into the ancient Kalarippayattu martial art while the Anjarakkandy package shall focus on the anti- British struggle of the Pazhassi Raja and the regional spices