Oachira is one of the most emerging and culturally significant towns in Alappuzha district of Kerala. Oachira is home to a whole lot of worshipping places. It is one of the most prominent centres of pilgrimage in Kerala. Pleasing weather and atmosphere. The place is in fact a perfect blend of culture and modernity. Oachira offers access to almost all modern amenities. With Royale Regency, the hospitality spectrum of Oachira achieves never before glorious heights. Oachira offers you a warm and luxurious stay at Royale Regency.
Kollam beach is an exotic location in Kerala. The beach offers a full range of lives and activities and some of the most beautiful scenery unimaginable. A charming old port city on the banks of the quaint Ashtamudi Lake, Kollam is also known as the cashew centre. Kollam beach is an ideal spot worth visiting. The serene Arabian Sea stretches a long way and the tourists can enjoy in the cool breeze pervading the place. Apart from the immaculate beach, there are several other interesting places worth a visit in Kollam.
The Amritanandamayi Ashram located in Amrithapuri near Vallikavu is one of the most frequented pilgrimage destinations in Kerala, South India. Once a tiny ashram, Amritapuri has now progressed into a sanctuary of sorts for thousands of followers. The holy presence of Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, the stunning locales and peaceful environment in combination with regular meditation works wonders for tired souls.
Sasthamkotta is a serene village and is known for the fresh water lake located here.The Sasthamkotta lake is the largest freshwater lake in Kerala. The lake surrounded by hills on three sides is the largest of its kind in the state. The lake is special in the sense that water in the lake does not contain common salt or other minerals and metals. Throughout the year, the freshwater of this lake provides clean drinking water for around 10 million people. For tourists, it is not just the scenic beauty and tranquility of the lake that is attractive; rather there is something else as well. An ancient Sastha temple stands on its shore which is major draw for pilgrims to Kerala
Backwater cruises and boat rides through the winding canals are the best ways to get a feel of Kerala. Kayamkulam is a small village near Oachira famous for its backwaters and the lake. Kayamkulam kayal is a backwater destination on the waterway connecting Kollam to Alappuzha The wide opening of the lake into the Arabian Sea offers spectacular sunset view through the web of Chinese fishing nets to the tourists cruising in the houseboats.
Ashtamudi Lake is another important lake in Kerala, which lies in Kollam district. It is called Ashtamudi because it has eight ‘mudis'(channels). In form and nature this lake has its peculiarities. It has a length of 16 Kms. Kalladayar is an important river that flows into this lake. Through the Neendakara estuary Ashtamudi Lake finds its way into the sea.