Champakulam is a serene village located in Alappuzha district of Kerala, India. It is renowned for its ancient Champakulam Valia Palli, one of the oldest churches in Kerala, believed to have been established in AD 427. The church’s annual feast, known as “Champakulam Moolam Boat Race,” is a major event and attracts a large number of tourists.
Additionally, Champakulam is famous for its picturesque backwaters and houseboat cruises, similar to other parts of Alappuzha. The backwaters offer a tranquil environment with lush green landscapes, coconut groves, and traditional village life.
Tourists visiting Champakulam can enjoy boat rides, explore the serene beauty of the backwaters, and experience the local culture and hospitality. The village is a great place to unwind and experience the charm of rural Kerala.