Paravur Lake Overview

Paravur town in the Kollam district bears a small lake that merges with the backwaters of Kerala. Attracting a number of travelers, this lake embellishes the Keralan backwaters with perfection and serenity. Another real fascination in the region of Paravur lake is the Priyadarshini watercraft club. This watercraft club uncovers immense boating choices in the realm where the Arabian Sea, river, and the Kappil backwater merge. Travelers can fancy shopping at the stretch of Paravur-Edava-Varkala street, running along the bank of Paravur Lake.

Paravur Lake is additionally exceptionally famous Paravur Lake is around 4 kilometers far from Paravur town. Paravur-Edava-Varkala Street goes through the banks of Paravur Lake.

Furthermore, the mangroves standing along both sides of the lake intensifies its beauty, making it more attractive. Additionally, to admire the wide-ranging view of the lake, climb on to the mountains situated on the north and east of the place. This lake is popular and significant as it connects as a part of the Trivandrum-Shornaur Canal System to the Edava and Ashdamudi Kayal.

Things to do
- Canoeing, Swimming.

- Paravur town, 13 km from Kollam.

- No entry fee.

- 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM.

Best time to visit
- September to December.

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