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Neendakara is a famous fishing harbour in Kollam district of Kerala, India. One of the very beautiful places in kollam especially during the golden hours. You can see the Ashtamudi Lake joining the sea from here. Neendakara Bridge is the bridge connecting Neendakara and sakthikulangara and you can get the amazing view of the harbor along with the sea from... 更多
Neendakara Port has historical Significance.Good old days it was a harbour port for small shipping vessels carrying passengers and cargo.The Mineral /Ore sands from Chavara Rare earth Factory used this facility for a long while. To day,it is a major harbour for mechanised fishing vessels-can see hundreds of them sailing out and in for fishing.Also is an auction centre for... 更多
The stink is just like any fishing harbour but is maintained quite well. Those unfamiliar with simialr places may feel unsafe initially but get used to the set up after some time. Good views of the sea is possible.
Neendakara may be Kelara's largest fishing harbor and when we pass through the area in the early hours, the area will be crowded with fishermen, merchants and people coming to buy fish. We can see a number of fishing boats in the back waters and in the sea too while crossing the Neendakara bridge. The area is famous for fishing... 更多
It is one of the biggest fishing harbour i have seen in kerala. The place is very busy during the early hours and you can see a lot of fishing boats around.
It is a great Fishing Harbor in Kerala. It is a fantastic sight that all fishing boats are going to fishing from here. I brought some fresh fishes from here also
It's good for excellent raw fish. It's a fishing harbour and we can purchase fresh sea food at reasonable rates. Dolphins are seen sometimes near the Neendakara Bridge.
It is Kollam district's intermediate fishing port. Neendakara is 30 km north varkala The Neendakara Port offers an excellent view of the surroundings, from where the visitors can even watch the delightful sight of Ashtamudi Lake, converging into arabian sea