Probably the largest resort landscape in Kerala that flows into an estuary will offer the best leisure experience ever is not a bad idea for an excuse. But, it’s not that great either. Is it? 16 acres of beautiful land on an island that flows into a coconut grove before flowing into a lake, a river, an estuary, a beach and the Arabian Sea sounds good but lacks real conviction. The rare migratory birds fishing, the wild fishes breeding, the freshness blowing in the wind and the mangroves holding ground can’t deliver enough punch either. But isn’t winning a holiday package free this summer a great one to bet on? Yes? Then, it’s time to make a call and pack your bags. Because all you need now is your time.
Why do some believe that in 950 BC King Solomon connected with Poovar for timber, sandalwood and ivory? Why do migrant birds use the island as a transit point on their flight from Canada, Middle-East, Africa, Australia and Europe? Why did nature bring together a river, a lake, an estuary, a beach and the Arabian Sea to meet at one point? How did these waters become home to rare species of fish and marine life? How can ‘the un-built’ also become part of the largest resort architecture landscape, facing an estuary in Kerala, in 16 acres? Where else can children see the answers for themselves for all these questions?
01. THREE SWIMMING POOLS 02. KIDS' WADING POOL 03. SIX GARDENS 04. MULTI CUISINE RESTAURANT
05. BEER AND WINE BAR 06. DECKSIDE DINING 07. Children’s play area 08. BACK WATER CRUISE
09. BACK WATER CRUISE 10. BOARD ROOM/CONFERENCE HALL 11. INDOOR GAMES - TT, CARROM, CHESS 12. BASKET BALL, CRICKET, VOLLEYBALL,
- Ripples - Lake side multi-cuisine restaurant
- Sea-food barbeque
- Deck dining
- Sura Bar
- Watch tower dining