Kollam Tourist Destinations
Get details about Kollam tourist destinations, how to reach, seasons and timings and main tourist attractions in Kollam district.
Kollam, formerly known as Quilon, is the prominent district of Kerala state. In the terms of area, it is the seventh-largest district in the state and is densely populated. This district is bordered by the Laccadive Sea in the west, Tirunelveli (Tamil Nadu) in the east, Alappuzha in the north, and Thiruvananthapuram in the south. Kollam’s temperature is steady throughout the year. Kollam tourism is gifted with unique representative features such as the lake, sea, plains, mountains, rivers, streams, backwaters, forest, and vast green fields. This district is also known as the Gods own capital. The main Kollam tourist destination is Sasthamkotta Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Kerala. It is endowed with the long coastline, a major Arabian seaport, and an inland lake. Besides this, this district is also the capital of Kerala cashew’s industry.