Stay At This Resort In Kerala’s Backwaters With FLOATING Cottages For Only ₹3000

by Yashasvi Shaktawat

These floating cottages in Kerala are a paradise in God’s Own Country at Poovar Island Resort. Located in a tiny village Pozhiyoor in the Trivandrum district of Kerala, Poovar Island Resort is a paradise in God’s Own Country as we say it. Built on  25-acre land, the Poovar Island Resort is a stunning resort with the golden sand beach that opens into the backwaters of the Arabian Sea and features beautiful floating cottages.

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Cottages Equipped With Jacuzzis & Bath Tub

The property features a wide range of rooms and cottages with traditional architecture that has sloped thatched roofs, wooden stilts and ample of open spaces with a backdrop of lush-greenery around. Poovar Island Resort features 86 cottages where you get to enjoy facilities like jacuzzis, bathtubs or rain showers, balcony and more. Kerala To Get World’s Largest Elephant Care & Cure Facility With Elephant Museum & Cafe.

Built on stilts, the floating cottages are made of nature-friendly materials like coconut wood and Ramaccham, that is good for its medicinal properties. The resort has a total of 12 floating cottages and 4 Delux floating cottages on the water. Vagamon In Kerala Gets Green Checkposts To Curb Plastic Waste.

A Romantic Setting For Couples

Apart from rooms and cottages, the resort offers dining options as well, like their in-house Tiffin Restaurant dishes out multi-cuisine buffets and an a-la-carte menu and the floating restaurant that overlooks the backwaters making for a perfect romantic setting for you and your partner.

Address: Poovar Island Resort, K.P. VII/911, Pozhiyoor, Kerala 695513
Phone: 0471 221 2068
Tariff: starting from ₹6,000 per night
Book your stay here.

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