Punnathoor kotta, the elephant camp of the Guruvayoor temple, has the maximum number of domesticated elephants in the State. The 500-year-old Punnathoor Kotta (Punnathoor Palace), about two kilometers away from the Guruvayur temple, where these elephants are taken care, also evolved into a major tourist spot, drawing even international attention. In this sanctuary, elephants prepared and trained for the various rituals and festivals linked with the temple. 

Offering elephants to the deity was also a common practice. The number is currently 62. Punnathoorkotta, during the annual "sukha chikitsa"(restorative treatment) given to the elephants during the rainy Malayalam month of `Karkadakam'. The flow of tourists to the Punnathoor Kotta increases during the sukhachikitsa season, and a relaxed view of the play and mirth of these jumbos and the various dimensions to the man-elephant interactions are on show for them now.. In Punnathur Kotta elephant venerations including Gajapooja (elephant worship) and Anayoottu (Elephant feeding) celebrated with much fervor and gaiety. There is also an ancient temple where Lord Siva and Bhagavathy are main idols.

Once you land in Kerala, you are our guest. We make arrangements for your pick-up. If you have selected rooms for freshening up, you will also get a complimentary breakfast. Then in our office, you will be given a brief idea about the itinerary. You can then proceed with your trip with a fresh mind.

Houseboat is an authentic product of Kerala. The basic houseboat starts with Deluxe, Luxury and Premium. Deluxe houseboats will have very basic amenities. For a better experience, you can ask the executive to give you a premium or luxury houseboat especially during the summer season.

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Kerala is considered an all-time destination with June to August being monsoon season and post monsoon is equally good.