Coastal tourism is in much demand shows very demand from tourists. Munambam, Cherai and Vypin have been in demand for past one month. There are various ecotourism exhibitions, seminars and summer camps conducted at Kerala before the onset of monsoon. The majority of tourists visit Kerala before the monsoons.
The tourists prefer coastal tourism as it is ideal for sun tanning and wave surfing. Kovalam Beach is a famous summer holiday destination. Suresh Pillai, secretary of Muziris Yachting Club said that the coastal tourism has great potential in summer. water sports camp is being held by Muziris Yachting Club and Scuba Cochin at Munambam beach. Munambam beach is located at 36km from the city.
The event will be conducted from April 26 to May 2. There are also provisions for kayaking, scuba diving, yachting and swimming. There is a fixed fee for the training. In the summer the demand for the water sports is more. Scuba diving and swimming for children is very demandiung. Unil 2011, Bekal, .Kovalam and Fort Kochi were the major tourist destinations. Now more coastal areas are being transformed to tourist destinations. According to Vypin block Panchayat, there is a great scope for some of the unused beach areas.
Number of activities have been increased to a great extend to attract tourists. Sports club, ecotourism melas and kite festivals are being organized by the tourism department and the private tour operators. For the past three years, tourism melas are being conducted by Nayarambalam Village Beach Ecotourism Development Society in Vypin. Rupees 46 Lakh was received by Pallathamkulangara which is located 30 km from Kochi. The fun was given by DTPC to develop Kuzhupilly beach. The beach has been identified and it could be a major tourist destination in the near feature.
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