Coir Village is an exclusive resort situated at Thrikunnapuzha, a small island lying along the backwaters of Kerala. A ideal haven to escape from the stress and strain of the day to day life, Coir Village lies equidistant both from the adjacent towns of Alleppey and Quilon.
Nature finds her ultimate expression in this beautiful lagoon, surrounded by soft whispering lakes and greenery, the natural ingredients for a perfect holiday.
Accessible through land and water, the four hour long cruise to Coir Village along the enchanting backwaters (either from the adjacent towns of Alleppey or Kollam) itself opens up the natural vistas of Kerala's backwater life.
The dazzling beauty of the paddy fields and the shores on either side studded with coconut trees and rich vegetation with excite your sense of beauty. Set in a tantalizing enrichment full of palm trees and blue water, this tiny beautiful island is locally untouched by the ravages of tourism.
The independent and well appointed luxurious A/c and non A/c cottages equipped with all the modern amenities assure highest quality of accommodation at Coir Village - one of the finest resorts in Kerala.
With attached bath, cable TV, round-the-clock room service and a host of other facilities, these cottages offer a home away from home experience.
Thick vegetation dominated by the palm trees surrounding the cottages add to the greenery and beauty of this little paradise, where one is close to nature as best it can be.
At Coir Village, Ayurveda is practiced true to its spirit and substance by a team of well experience doctors and masseurs. The resort offers a host of Ayurvedic treatments and packages at the Ayurvedic center attached to the resort in a tranquil and rejuvenating ambience conducive for rejuvenation and healing.
Variety of therapies including Ayurvedic bath are at your disposal to soothe and recharge your physical, mental and spiritual forces.
Excite your taste buds at the traditional restaurant 'Oottupura' with a capacity to host 50 guests. Built close to the resort with thatched roof and cane furniture, you get to taste the ethnic culinary delights of Kerala.
The cuisine includes a variety of delicious vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes prepared by well experienced chefs. Another specialty of this restaurant is the custom of serving the dishes to the guest in the tradition plantain leaves.
Variety of other attractions are in stock for the tourists who visit Coir Village. Day out programs take you to the soul of village life in Kerala. Walk around the traditional homes of Kerala, distinctive with unique vernacular and eco friendly architecture, which has stood the test of time.
Be a visitor to the morning or evening rituals at village temple and experience the touch of divine. Or better simple take a walk by the side of village canals and get lost in country charm; the options are many.
A ride on the Bullock Cart, the ancient official transporting vehicle of Kerala, is sure to instigate your excitements. Feel the pulse of the country side life of Kerala at the near by local market, where you get to know about the produces of this tiny island.
Moreover a travel across this coir village will familiarize you with the traditional and eco-friendly coir industry. Coir weaving, a major occupation of the woman folk of this island has become a noted industry in the recent past. The variety of coir products woven manually from the coconut husk fiber, are highly in demand in almost all International markets.
You can also indulge yourself in the sprouting beauty of the Thrikunnapuzha beach, which is just 2 Kms away from Coir Village.
A ride in the Houseboat is the best way to explore the backwater life of Kerala. Palm fringed narrow canals winding through the vast expanse of paddy fields and the neat tiny hamlets lined up along either sides of the canals are panoramic sights one can never forget.