A budget-friendly boat ride to Pathiramanal

Pathiramanal boat ride
A boat ride is available to check out the beautiful island of Pathiramanal. Photo: Manorama Online

Are you ready to take a trip to enjoy the beauty of Vembanad Lake and the greenery of Pathiramanal? There is a boat trip organised by the State Water Transport Department and it is a two-way visit facility to visit Pathiramanal for just Rs 80. Existing travel services from Kumarakom and Muhamma are also there to cater to the needs of tourists. Tickets can be picked up from the boat itself.

Why should you see Pathiramanal?

Pathiramanal island on Vembanad lake is a popular destination among nature lovers, as it offers a glimpse of beautiful migratory birds and local species as well.

If you are planning to take a private boat, it might cost you more. With the new service, you can watch the birds, enjoy the beauty of the island and also enjoy the Vembanad lake. The project is the brainchild of Shaji V. Nair, Director, Department of Water Transport and Station Master, Shahnawaz Khan.

Muhamma to Pathiramanal 

Morning 10:30 am and 11:45 am

A service boat from Muhamma to Maniyaparambil will be available at 10.30 am and 11.45 am. After unloading the tourists at Pathiramanal, the boat will go to Maniyaparambil with regular passengers.

The return service will reach Pathiramanal in an hour. Tourists can board this boat and return to Muhamma. One way fare is 40 rupees.

Kumarakom to Pathiramanal 

Morning 11 am

The Kumarakom-Muhamma service will be diverted via Pathiramanal at 11 am. After unloading the tourists at Pathiramanal, the boat will go to Muhamma. On the return journey from Muhamma, the boat will reach Pathiramanal and pick up the tourists and reach Kumarakom. The charge is Rs 40.

For information: Muhammed, Station Master: 9400050331 (Call from 10 am to 5 pm). 





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