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"A Pearl Upon the Waters"Celebrate Kerala's Backwater Life

An interplay of coconut groves and backwater canals, with old wooden Keralan homes transplanted, preserved and cherished.

Coconut Lagoon is located in a sheltered and enchanting cove in Kumarakom, this resort reflects the diversity and magnificence of Vemband Lake. A CGH Earth experience that respects the rich but delicate ecosphere and the vibrant culture of Kuttanad region. Where old agrarian homes are reconstituted to offer you an entry into a charming world following the gentle pulse of the backwaters.

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  • Reviewed 4 March 2020
trip advisorCoconut Lagoon defies description as it is just the most wonderful haven of peace. The staff are always smiling and wonderful, the food is delicious, the swimming pool perfect and the surroundings beautifully maintained. - Sara , Scotland
Experience Experiencing Coconut Lagoon

Curry Lunch

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We use the common ingredients of the Kerala kitchen to serve our guests the most authentic, home-cooked Kerala food on a banana leaf. Expect genuine fish curry with bones in it, tapioca with crushed bird’s eye chili and more.

Kerala Tharavad

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The distinctive architecture of Coconut Lagoon hides inspirational tales of craft and conservation. The villas of the resort are built from remnants of ancient Kerala homes called tharavads. Some of these mansions are over 150 years old and were carefully dismantled and transplanted here in sections from houses that had fallen into ruin.

Vembanad lake

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The Vembanad is one of India’s largest lakes and wetland eco systems that is home to many species of rare plant, bird and animal life. It is also a source of sustenance to the people who live on its banks.