Boat House Bekal tourism house boat is situated in Tejaswini River Basically known as Nileshwar River. The starting point of the house boat is Kottapuram, Achamthuruthi, Kadinhimoola and Purathekai this all points are situated nearby only and easy to access the location from Nileshwar town and Railway station. Boat House Bekal Tourism Houseboat is providing […]
Nileshwar House Boat Service @ Tejaswini River is most acceptable and entertain experience giving to everyone of the visitor through happy houseboat service, they are sharing wonderful photos taken while the houseboat package. Few images are listed here with visitor permission.
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Bekal Fort (Malayalam: ബേക്കല് കോട്ട), is the largest fort in Kerala, situated at Kasaragod district, North Kerala and it is 67 km from Mangalore spreading over 40 acres (160,000 m2). Some important features of this fort are the water-tank with its flight of steps, the tunnel opening towards the south, the magazine for keeping ammunition […]
Monsoon houseboat We are conducting trip on 26th July 16, from 11 am To 5 PM , lot’s of entertainment programs with houseboat traveling Any One Can Join this Event Only Rs:1500/Person Limited Seats only. For Booking Call Now : 9526200400 Program Schedule 10 and to 10.45 Registration 11 Am Trip starting From Kadinhimoola to Valiya […]
New houseboat inaugurated with Muthappan theyyam at Kottappuram Nileshwar in Kasaragod District. Lunch provided to all participants for this event. This houseboat is one bedroom with spacious Meeting hall and kitchen, this houseboat specially made for group meeting and events, the capacity of this houseboat is 80 people on one event . The Nileshwar houseboat […]
Bekal Houseboat Tourism- The 300-year-old Bekal Fort, shaped like a giant key-hole, is one of the largest and best-preserved forts in Kerala. Surrounded by a splendid beach, the historic Bekal Fort offers a superb view of the Arabian Sea from its tall observation towers, where a few centuries ago huge cannons used to be placed. […]