Kerala – God’s own country. With numerous beaches, tea gardens, wildlife, waterfalls, and lakes; Kerala boasts of a pristine beauty that is hard to match. This verdant state down south has enamored both foreign & Indian travelers. Networked by 44 rivers, Kerala nestles some of the most pristine and alluring lakes in India. Spread across various towns and cities, these lakes enhance the beauty of Kerala.
The biggest lake in Kerala covers around 2114 square area and is known as Vembanad Kayal. Pookode Lake is the smallest lake of Kerala and its scenic beauty leaves every spectator in awe of it is also a fresh water lake. Chembra, the heart shaped Lake of Kerala. This lake forms a part of the famous Wayanad hill ranges of Western Ghats. Some other lakes are Periyar Lake, Ashtamudi Lake, Paravur Lake, Sasthamkotta Lake, Vellayani Lake, Akkulam Lake, Vadakkechira, Kayamkulam Kayal, Veeranpuzha Lake, Vynthala Oxbow Lake, Anayirangal Lake. There are many lakes that allow visitors to enjoy boating in the serene waters. Some of these lakes are Pookode Lake, Ashtamudi Lake, and many more.