Poovar is 18 km south of Kovalam. Poovar is located at the Neyyar estuary. It is a typical Kerala virgin countryside with a lovely beach nudging the palm-fringed Poovar river. You can witness a rare natural phenomenon in Poovar that of lake, river, sea and beach meeting the land. The charm of serene backwaters and long stretch of golden sand beach will be difficult to resist for a real nature enthusiast.
Hotel C7 is a three star rated Hospitality Complex set besides the Nallathanni River (which means \'good waters\' in the local dialect) on the outskirts of Munnar Town. Designed to provide all facilities and comforts to its guests. Hotel C7 is all set to impart the best of hospitality amidst the panoramic views and enthralling atmosphere. A lot has gone into consideration while designing the Hotel C7 rooms. The rooms are designed to reflect the expectations of the guests. Spaciousness and elegance is lavishly bestowed in all rooms.
Overlooking the serene surroundings, the complex is a fine blend of the old, the new, and the surrounding nature. There are 31 guest rooms that are unique in their designs. The interiors are luxuriously furnished so as to set mind and body at ease. \'Castleford\' the in-house multi-cuisine restaurant caters around the clock and serve a choice of delicious multi cuisine.
Theyyam (Teyyam, Theyyattam or Thira) is a popular ritual form of worship of North Malabar in Kerala, India, predominant in the Kolathunadu area (consisting of present-day Kasargod, Kannur Districts, Mananthavady Taluk of Wayanad and Vadakara and Koyilandy Taluks of Kozhikode of Kerala) as a living cult with several thousand-year-old traditions, rituals and customs. The performers of Theyyam belong to the lower class community, and have an important position in Theyyam. People of these districts consider Theyyam itself as a God and they seek blessings from this Theyyam. A similar custom is followed in the Tulu Nadu region of neighbouring Karnataka known as Bhuta Kola.