How has the resort and travel to and from the resort been impacted by recent floods?
Certainly the entire stretch of Malappuram, Wynad, Allapuya have been affected. It would be prudent to visit around Nov-Dec 2018 when it is back to a reasonable shape.
Hi there Jas B
Absolutely no idea.
We were there in February.
The whole complex is pretty much on one level and I don’t think it would take much of a rise in water level to flood the area.
I don’t know but it’s on the edge of a lake so could be some issues. You will have to contact the resort to find out as I wa there several months ago.
....would be nice IF there can build highway from Munnar to Kumrakom, rather than going thru the city takes 5 hrs. Govt. need to look into building HWY. Still Under-develop cities. Could do much better job in infrastructures.
We were very lucky, the day we arrived from MUNNAR to Kumrakom lake resort in afternoon, roads were washing out, heavy rain in MUNNAR, some rain in Kumrakom, we had 2hrs.backwater ride, one hr. it was pouring, amazing to see, than, had evening sunset cruise, no rain. They day we left for Kochin to Mumbai, No rain, than it was disaster....rain was pouring like anything. .... Airport were flooded later on in Kochin, while we were in Mumbai than, left to Los Angeles.
Hi Jas B
The rivers and lakes overflowed and naturally it occupies all available areas of land, that was a month back but if you come now, you wouldn’t know that Kerala had floods. Believe it I went personally to check the places and it was more than fine and the service KLR is superb both before and after this situation. So feel free to visit the place, the roads and the property are the same as it was except for the potholes on the roads of Kerala in general. Sorry!!! That was there before the floods I assure you.
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