Pathiramanal Island is little and amazingly delightful island in Vembanad Lake on the fringe of Kottayam - Alapuzha areas. It is otherwise called Anantha Padmanabhan Thopu. It is one of the well known spots to visit as a component of voyage trip in Kerala Backwaters.
Spread crosswise over 10 sections of land, the island is an effectively reachable area in the Kumarakom - Muhamma water course. Encompassed by the Vembanad Lake, the island shapes a perfect place for a break in the excursion on a backwater voyage from Kumarakom/Alleppey.
The island is a paradise for several uncommon feathered creatures, including 91 neighborhood types of fowls and 50 transitory winged creatures. One can see Pintail Ducks, Common Teal, Night Heron, Cormorant, Darter, Indian Shag, Purple Heron, Cattle Egret, Indian Pond Heron, Little Egret, Bronze-winged Jacanas, Stork-charged Kingfisher, Watercock, Whistling Duck, Cotton Pygmy-Goose, Little Cormorant and Whiskered Tern.