1. Samudra Beach: Samudra Beach is one of the nicest spots which is a part of all the Kovalam Packages, despite the large crowds that swarm the beach. It is a haven for lovers and couples who wish for some privacy. The horizon offers spectacular sunset sights as well as shadows of ships making their way to work.
2. Aruvikkara Dam: The Aruvikkara Dam also comprises a picnic spot which is situated along the banks of the Karamana River. The entire area is covered with beautiful gardens and peaceful relaxing areas, making it an ideal place in the Kovalam Tour Packages to unwind after a long day of sightseeing. The dam also houses a well known Durga Devi temple, making for a pleasant journey from the city center.
3. Vellayani Lake: Vellayani Lake is a freshwater lake situated 9 kilometers from Thiruvananthapuram, surrounded by a dense foliage of flora and fauna. You may experience the true beauty of Kovalam by taking a boat ride or a peaceful and serene walk along the lake. Do not forget to listen to the fascinating folklore of the creation of the lake.
4. Hawah Beach: Hawah Beach is also known as Eve’s Beach, and its one of Kovalam’s nicest beaches, where you’ll love every second you spend. The coasts are beautiful and the shacks are excellent, making a visit to the beach a must do activity in the Kovalam Tour Packages. The best things to do here are go on a boat trip, swim, sunbathe and visit shacks for delicious food.
5. Valiyathura Pier: Since 1950, the Pier has been one of Kovalam’s most loved attractions. The Pier was originally built for freight transit and the installation of catamarans by fishermen, but it has since evolved into a must see destination. Despite being desolate for the most part of the day, the shoreline is teeming with unique Malavu fish. Apart from the captivating scenery, you may relax and watch the sunset or take a stroll along the shores of the nearby beach.
6. Lighthouse Beach: The Lighthouse beach, whose spiral stairs lead towards the top of the tower, is one of the main attractions in your Kovalam Tour Packages. The twilight beauty of the sunset and orange colours in the sky, with the cool breeze rustling through your senses, is all you may feel once you’ve mounted the steps. The place also offers the greatest viewpoints for admiring Kerala’s stunning coastline.
7. Karamana River: The Karamana river, Kerala’s pride, is a must see for anybody looking for a relaxing boat trip through lush greenery. The river is surrounded by beautiful scenery and a variety of fish that you may have never seen before. This site should undoubtedly be on your list of Kovalam tourist attractions. The river starts in the Western Ghats and winds its way through the lush greenery which will enchant you.
8. Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave Temple: Vizhinjam is a seaside hamlet near the gorgeous Kovalam Beach, and it is home to one of Kerala's oldest rock-cut caves. The one-celled shrine of Vinadhara Dakshinamurti is housed in the Vizhinjam Caves, which include rock-cut sculptures from the 8th century. The outer wall depicts an unfinished statue of Lord Shiva holding a bow and Parvathi on either side. Tripurantaka's icon, with a crossbow in two of his four hands, his left foot resting on Apasmara, and an artistically carved and highly elaborate crown on his head, is a lovely example of 8th-century art
9. Halcyon Castle: Sri Rama Varma Valiya Koil Thampuran erected Halcyon Castle, popularly known as Napier Museum, as a summer residence in 1932. In 1964, Sri Rama Varma sold this palace to the Kerala government. Ravi Pillai, an NRI businessman, now runs Halcyon Castle, which has been turned into a 5-star luxury hotel. Tourists may tour the palace and enjoy the amenities of this luxury hotel in Kovalam, including accommodations and gourmet dining. Spend a night at the castle, relaxing in the expansive courtyard and taking advantage of the first-class amenities. We're confident you won't be able to quit appreciating the heritage building's Kerala-style architecture.
10. Kovalam Art Gallery: Kovalam Art Gallery, also known as Sree Chithra Art Gallery, is a haven for individuals who enjoy paintings and artwork. The collection features valuable and significant paintings by well-known Kerala painters. There are other exhibits on old traditions, heritage culture, the Mughal era, the Rajput era, and some Chinese, Japanese, and Tibetan relics. Check out Raja Ravi Varma's, Svetlova, and Nicholas Roerich's exclusive works, as well as rare collections of Indian fresco paintings.
11. Neyyar Dam: Neyyar Dam, a gorgeous lake-cum-dam and a wonderful setting situated amidst the enchantment of beautiful Kerala, is a delectable feast of nature. It is essentially a gravity dam that was built in 1958 about 30 kilometres from Thiruvanathapuram's city centre. There is a beautiful lake that's usually quiet and uncrowded, making it an ideal picnic destination for city explorers. So, if you're visiting Kerala, you can either arrange a one-day vacation or stop by here to add an element of wonder and serenity to your tour!