Estuary Island is world class resort located at Poovar, near Trivandrum in the state of Kerala, India. The uniqueness starts from the natural setting – where a lake, river, sea and beach meet. True to the name in spirit and substance, its a four some island experience, one would cherish in all aspects. Estuary is one among the natural wonders where the Lake, River, Sea and Beach meet the land, is situated adjacent to the Poovar Island; a rare find in Kerala, the southern state of India. Enveloped by the most serene backwaters and opening out to the Sea and a dream golden beach
Isola Di Cocco
The Isola Di Cocco (“The Island of Coconuts”), a unique heritage resort cosseted by a coconut grove, residing on the banks of the river Poovar, at the juncture where the tranquil river embraces the roaring Arabian sea! Isola Di Cocco is tucked away in the southwestern tip of India in the State of Kerala – the internationally renowned tourist destination (projected as one of the 50 best “must see destinations” in the world by the National Geographic Traveller Magazine)
Unwind and relax as Taj’s natural therapy works magic in the healing ambiance of specially designed light, aroma & music. Taj provides unique Signature Treatments, Indian Therapies, Scrubs & Wraps and much more. The exclusive couple therapy room could transcend you and your partner through an experience of time tested therapies. For more information, visit the Jiva Spa.
A short drive from Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) International Airport unfolds The Leela Kempinski Kovalam Beach, Kerala. With 182 rooms and suites dotted over many verdant acres, Kerala?s largest beachside resort is cradled between two sweeping beaches. Perched on a rock-face, this 5 star deluxe resort offers the most panoramic views of the famed Kovalam shoreline. Along with spoiling you with a host of impeccable dining and entertainment options
Of the many serene beaches that dot the 600 km coastline of Kerala, Kovalam has remained an all-time favourite across the world. Thanks to three crescent beaches. An imposing lighthouse adds to the charm of Kovalam. Located in the middle of three palm-fringed coves in the world-renowned Kovalam beach, this beautiful beach-front property combines refined simplicity and careful attention to detail. Its wide gamut of complimentary amenities
Located on one of India’s most popular beaches, Kovalam, the property is spread across 10 acres of land, offering a breathtaking view of the backwater, lush landscapes, coconut palms, and unspoiled beaches. With its exotic tropical beauty and relaxing hospitality, this getaway is the perfect place to enjoy relaxation and rejuvenation of the mind, body, and soul. Taj Green Cove Resort is located just 12 km from Trivandrum airport and 14 km from the station.
The Travancore Heritage is a sea side resort in 15 acres of lush green coconut garden and landscaped environs located at Chowara – south of Kovalam, near Trivandrum, Kerala. The resort stands on a high cliff overlooking the Arabian Sea and a long wide beach of powdery white sand. The Travancore Heritage is conceived and developed as a Heritage Property to bring to life the age-old traditional architectural splendor of the region with its typical timber houses and ‘Nalukettus’ with tiled roofing, which allow for living in communion with all the elements of Nature.
UDS located at the famed beaches of Kovalam, just 15 meters from the sea, is an exclusive 4 Star leisure beach hotel – a destination by itself. The setting, facilities, people, spa, cuisine and its whole philosophy – is dedicated to your personal wellness in a luxurious environment. Just by being at UDS, your stresses start to flutter away; the landscaping has its own serenity, a harmony of a defined architecture, spacious lawns, blue water pools and soaring coconut grooves all set in four tranquil acres by the sea. Kovalam, located close to Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala, India is an internationally renowned beach with three adjacent crescent beaches. It has been a favourite haunt of tourists, especially Europeans, since the 1930s.