Experience the real village life of Arundhathi Roy’s novel ‘The God of Small Things’
Start your local immersion with a ride on a Traditional canoe cruise through the narrow, winding canals and catch the scenic daily life of the bordering houses.
Walk in the heart of this typical Kuttanad village, Aymanam - home of Arundhathi Roy’s novel ‘The God of Small Things’, surrounded by paddy fields and identify the snakes abodes, sacred to earliest habitants.
The exotic beauty of the place as described in the novel is not merely the product of a highly imaginative mind. With Lake Vembanad bordering its western side and the River Meenachil flowing through it, the village has been abundantly blessed with Nature’s bounty. Rice fields cover two-thirds of the village.
Be invited to a Kathakali master house who will introduce you to this traditional theatre form, which adapts styles of ancient Sanskrit with visual presentations of human expressions. There, take an opportunity to share a Homely made family lunch with delicious blend of curries fish or meat with rice.
DAY EXCURSION INCLUDES
- English speaking guide for the whole tour
- Typical Lunch included at the Kathakali Master house
DAY EXCURSION EXCLUDES
- Transportation by car