GREAT FOR

    Experiencing parts of Kerala that can’t be seen on foot or even in a car. A feeling that will humble you and possibly make you see beauty in the most unexpected of places. We recommend this experience to one and all!

What we love

  • Glide over these exotic waters, which afford you glimpses of typical Kerala life.
  • The finesse, peace and warmth with which the crew serves is unbelievable. All this while navigating the boat, whipping up your fancy meal, and educating you about Kerala! Note: These people haven’t undergone any hotel management courses. This is the real deal.
  • Watch the birds and get some great snaps of them. The exotic ones will be perched atop long bamboo sticks in the water; the hungry ones will be diving into the water to catch their prey; those feeling thirsty will be fluttering around, while the wet ones will be basking in the sun drying out.
  • On board, you can catch your own fish, crab or prawns and watch the crew slowly marinate them in chillies, ginger and lime. Mmm, we can smell it already…

What to know

  • The robust houseboats are made using local materials. There’s no fuss or luxury, but buckets of charm. Be prepared for basic, yet clean and comfortable accommodation.
  • The houseboat docks when the sun has gone down. Wherever you are, sit back and relax with good food and drink, and soak up the magical atmosphere.
  • You must carry a hat, sunglasses and a tube of mosquito repellent.

Bedroom

  • Airconditioning
  • Balcony/ sit out area
  • Television
  • Hot water
  • Complimentary water
  • Room Service
  • Internet

Connectivity

  • Wifi
  • Credit card accepted

Spaces

  • Living and lounge area
  • Beach/sea/water front

Entertainment

  • Massage & spa

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access
  • Child friendly
  • Suitable for events
  • Pets allowed

Housekeeping

  • Towels/ toiletries

Food

  • Bar
  • Chef can prepare whatever you want!

Staff

  • Manager
  • Housekeeper
  • Chef/ cook
  • Security personnel

Safety

  • Power back up
Below rates are indicative. Send booking request for lowest rates Show rates in Indian Rupee
Room Type Currency 11 January to 30
April '17
1 May to 30
September '17
1 October to 20
December '17
21 December to 10
January '18
11 January to 30
April '18
1 Bedroom Houseboat INR 22,000 16,000 26,500 35,200 26,500
2 Bedroom Houseboat INR 36,000 22,000 43,500 49,000 43,500

Rate Includes

  • Tariff of the full houseboat with a houseboat driver, navigator and cook
  • Breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, tea and coffee for all
  • All applicable taxes

Special rates available for stays of 3 nights and more. Pleas get in touch with us on team@myoki.in for this.

Additional Details

Cancellation Policy:

  • Cancellations made between 15 days to 7 days prior to the arrival date will incur a cancellation charge of 50% of the whole duration of the stay
  • No refunds will be provided for cancellations made less than 7 days prior to arrival

Peak period cancellation:

  • Cancellation of a reservation between 21 days to 15 days prior to arrival will incur a charge of 50% of the whole duration of the stay
  • Cancellation of a reservation less than 15 days prior to arrival will incur a cancellation charge for the entire length of stay
  • Cancellation policy will differ for groups (more than 10 people)

Check in and check out time: 1300 hours and 1000 hours

Awesome Things to do nearby

1

A Village Walk

While taking a walk in the village, observe the daily activity being carried out on the beautiful waterways - fisherman patiently waiting for the fish to get attracted to the little bait, women washing utensils to prepare the next meal and children splashing around. Meet villagers who welcome you whole heartedly not just into their homes but their way of life too.

Glimpse of the village
Glimpse of the village
2

Chinese Fishing Nets

​Chinese fishing nets also called Cheena vala are fishing nets that are fixed land installations for an unusual form of fishing - shore operated lift nets. It was earlier thought thet nets might have been introduced by the chinese explorer Zheng He. Recent research however shows that these were introduced by Portuguese Casado settlers from Macau!

3

Meeting the real locals

Sing with the birds, run with the butterflies, hear the sound of insects, soothe those tired eyes with the greens or just inhale pure oxygen.

Allow these little creatures and wonders of nature to be your host and we promise, you’ll be surprised. For the best experience, do find out when they like to entertain guests.

Butterflies in the garden
Photograph by Manoj P
Butterflies in the garden Photograph by Manoj P