Champakulam is an agricultural village lying in the kuttanad region of Alappuzha district. Alappuzha or Aleppy is known as “Venice of East” and kuttanadu is famous for its vast paddy fields, which is called as “Rice bowl of Kerala”. The historical Moolam boat race is held yearly in this village. The broad paddy fields, coconut farms and waterfowls amidst the fields make our minds cool. It’s one of the best places to explore and feel the rural beauty and culture of Aleppy. St. Mary’s Forona church which is known as one among the first churches in India is situated in this village. The riding houseboats in Pambayar for tourists is one of the beautiful scenes here. We can see religious harmony from the religious feasts of different religions. The famous Alappuzha beach is 15 kms far from champakulam.