Kollam is where the world famous network of waterways begins. It is from here that a 130 km long chain of interli
Kollam or Quilon, an old sea port town on the Arabian coast, stands on the Ashtamudi lake. The district of Kollam is a veritable Kerala in miniature, gifted with unique features such as sea, lakes, plains, mountains, rivers, streams, backwaters, forests, and vast green fields.
Thirty percent of this district is covered by the renowned Asthamudi Lake. The eight hour boat trip between Kollam and Allappuzha is the best way to explore the backwaters. The district also has some interesting historic remnants and a number of temples built in the traditional ornate architectural st
|Area||2579 sq kms|
|Best time to visit||August to March end|
|Temperature||22.4 – 36 Degree Celsius|