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Ezhumanthuruthu History:

Ezhumanthuruthu is one of the popular tourist destinations of Kerala. This place is popularly known for the island and the temple known as Kunnummel Kavudevi Temple. The island has a beautiful picturesque view. The island is about 8 km away from the town Kaduthurthy town in Kottayam. These are the twin-island comprises of a small island called Pulithuruthu and the main is the Ezhumanthuruthu island. One of these twin island especially the Pulithuruthu island is rounded with the Ayamkudy the waterlogged regions and mesmerising paddy fields. There is a great story behind the name of Ezhumanthuruthu according to the legends. The island is pleasant and calm with a serene atmosphere. The gentle breeze of the sea, the beachy weather the soothing sunset or sunrise is a perfect combo to have in. Also this place is perfect for picnics both with friends and families and can click great snaps capturing the spectacular beauty. Travelers come for playing Beach Ball, swimming, sun bathing and other beachy activities.

Ezhumanthuruthu Temple Timings:

Sunrise to Sunset

Best Time to Visit the Island:

September to January

Resorts near the Island:

Ilaveezhapoonchira Resorts
Mistywind Valley
GreenBerg Holiday Resorts
Vettom Resorts
Holiday Vagam,on
River Banks Mandapparambi Resort
Spice Garden Farm Resort

Other Attractions near Island:
Mankunnu Hillock
Ezhumanthuruthu Temple
Kodayathoormala Hillock
Thonippara Hillock
Thommankuthu Ilaveezhapoonchira Waterfalls
Malankara Dam

Best Stay near the Island Available:

Alanta Residency
Hotel Green Oasis
Joance Regency
Olive International
Finch Hotels

How to Reach Ezhumanthuruthu Kerala?

By Airport:
Cochin International Airport is the Nearest Airport which is 76 km away from the Island.

By Railway Station:
Kottayam Railway Station is the Nearest Railway Station which is 55 km away from the Island.

By Road:
Kottayam is well connected with other major cities; also many private vehicles ply to the Island

Reference: https://www.keralatourism.org/