Iconic Vizhinjam Lighthouse in Kerala Reopens After 2 Years

by Ishita Agarwal
Iconic Vizhinjam Lighthouse in Kerala Reopens After 2 Years

Finally, the Vizhinjam Lighthouse in Kerala reopens to tourists after being closed for two years because of the COVID-19 epidemic. Vizhinjam is one of the state’s oldest lighthouses, making it a popular tourist destination. There was a long line of visitors waiting outside the lighthouse when the gate reopened on May’s first day.

The Beauty Of Iconic Vizhinjam Lighthouse In Kerala

Individuals can enjoy some magnificent bird-eye views of Thiruvananthapuram’s picture-perfect coastline from the lighthouse’s observation deck. Now, the number of COVID-19 infections is decreasing significantly in Kerala. Therefore, tourist attractions worldwide are gradually reopening after being closed for an extended period of time due to the pandemic.

When you reach the top of the lighthouse, you’ll be able to view some breathtaking images unfolding in front of your eyes. In addition, it includes some mesmerizing views of the stunning Lighthouse Seaside at Kovalam, the Edakkallu rock formations, and Eve’s or Hawa Seaside, to name a few.

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About The Vizhinjam Lighthouse

This is one of the most visited lighthouses in Kerala, India, close to many beautiful beaches. The tower is 36 meters (118 feet) tall and is painted red and white in alternating stripes. The building, which is still in use, has halide bulbs and a great panoramic view of the area. Lighthouse Beach, which is right next to them, is full of resorts and restaurants.

As of right present, only a small number of individuals are allowed to enter the lighthouse. The entry timings are 10 a.m. to 12.45 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5.45 p.m, except on Mondays.

Picture Credits: Kerala Tourism

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