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Aquatourism

Aquaculture and tourism are both important industries in Kerala. In recent years the diversification of tourism into more sustainable form of tourism is emerging. Experience-based tourism with focus on scenic, cultural and environmental assets, local traditions and produce attracts more affluent and discerning types of tourists. “sustainable” forms of aquaculture are practised, these can provide good-quality seafood to tourists, improving the area's attraction and additional revenue generation for lock folks. Aqua tourism is a golden opportunity to enjoy the picturesque beauty of nature and the tranquility of backwaters. Tourists can take rest under shade of coconut palm leaves and can realx in huts and benches constructed on bunds of fish ponds. They can also taste fried and roasted fresh fish like Karimeen etc. caught from our Farm, at reasonable rate. The Chinese nets are the usual site seen Fort Kochi and other parts of Kerala which in one of the tourist attractions. Farmstays (essentially a homestay on a farm) are blossoming across the country. They provide an authentic and interactive experience of rural life, in the delightfully fresh country air.