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Kochi is unquestionably an amazing resting place for unwinding in its opulent surroundings. From the backwaters to the beaches to the hill stations, a tour of Kochi will leave you speechless; this south state glows with a jade green radiance and towering palm trees. Because of its abundant flora and fauna, this picturesque location in Kochi is best described as abundant and lovely, and you may also visit other attractive spots in the state.

Kochi is undoubtedly the best place to start discovering Kerala's diversity and beauty. The World Travel & Tourism Council has recognized Kochi as one of the top three tourist destinations because of the gorgeous places to visit.

Kochi is a captivating city with a plethora of scenic beauty and stunning terrain. Kochi, which is surrounded by magnificent backwaters, is a popular tourist destination in Kerala and is recognized as the state's most cosmopolitan metropolis. Kochi is a fascinating city with an exciting blend of culture and architecture influenced by Arabs, British, Chinese, and Portuguese.

Full Day Tours in Kochi

Kochi, the beautiful city of God's own country, Kerala, is a tourist wonder in itself.

Kochi Boat House is one of Kerala's most popular tourist attractions. If you want to explore this wonderful combination of natural and man-made tourist attractions, you'll need to be well-versed on houseboat excursions.

Houseboat tours are a backwater adventure that allows you to travel by houseboat across rivers. Elongated wood planks are used to construct houseboats, which are held together by coconut fibers. These boats are made of environmentally beneficial materials such as palm wood, jackfruit tree wood, bamboo poles, bamboo matting, and black resins produced from cashew nut shells, among others. If you pick a day stay package, you may enjoy a relaxed Kochi boat house cruise for a few hours, whilst a night stay plan allows you to spend the entire night on the houseboat. The size of the houseboats vary, ranging from a single room to a double-story houseboat. Kochi offers a variety of houseboats to its guests.

Apart from the houseboat, you can embark on a one-day excursion to Munnar, or if you want to explore the city, you can opt for a city tour.

Kochi Backwater Day Tour
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46.36 USD / Person
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Kochi Private Tour: Kerala Backwater Houseboat Day Cruise
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54.90 USD / Person
Rating 15 Reviews
Kochi Shore Excursion: Private Day Tour of Heritage and Backwaters
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30.50 USD / Person
Rating 17 Reviews
Private Day Trip to Munnar from Kochi (Cochin)
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35.38 USD / Person
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Half Day Tours in Kochi

Kochi has a lot to offer with its backwaters flanked with coconut trees and bright sky, as well as vestiges of European heritage embedded in the city's surroundings.

Begin your tour of the city by learning about the past. Visit the two-story Dutch Palace in Mattancherry, which overlooks the scenic Kochi backwaters. Chinese porcelain goods, antiques, and Hebrew texts may be found near the conspicuous building of the 15th-century Jewish Synagogue. Continue your relaxing day with a visit to Fort Kochi Beach. Spend some time with the local fishermen who use a unique Chinese Nets system. At roughly 2 p.m., your tour will come to a close with lifetime memories.

If you wish to experience local cuisine along with the culture of Kerala, take a culinary workshop.

Half Day Culinary workshop and eat with a family
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47.58 USD / Person
Rating 21 Reviews

Top Attraction in Kochi

Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple

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Folklore Museum

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Newly Added Kochi Experience

Private Day Trip to Munnar from Kochi (Cochin)
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35.38 USD / Person
Rating 15 Reviews
Kochi Backwater Day Tour
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46.36 USD / Person
Rating 21 Reviews
Kochi Shore Excursion: Private Day Tour of Heritage and Backwaters
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30.50 USD / Person
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Kochi Private Tour: Kerala Backwater Houseboat Day Cruise
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54.90 USD / Person
Rating 20 Reviews

Popular Tours Beyond Kochi

Half Day Culinary workshop and eat with a family
Half Day Tours, kochi
47.58 USD / Person
Rating 20 Reviews
Kochi Backwater Day Tour
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46.36 USD / Person
Rating 13 Reviews
Kochi Private Tour: Kerala Backwater Houseboat Day Cruise
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54.90 USD / Person
Rating 19 Reviews
Kochi Shore Excursion: Private Day Tour of Heritage and Backwaters
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30.50 USD / Person
Rating 22 Reviews

Travel Guide in Kochi

Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple

This is the most popular and renowned Hindu temple in the region....

Folklore Museum

Folk art, tribal art, traditional art, anthropology, architecture...

Andhakaranazhi Beach

This beach, which attracts a large number of tourists, is located...

Santa Cruz Bascilica

This is considered one of Kerala's eight basilicas. It is als...

More About Kochi Tourism

In Kochi, you may visit privately held museums, architecture, European-built churches, and tiny historical settlements. If you're in Kochi, go visit the Kerala Folklore Theatre to get a taste of the treasure troves that Kochi emanates via its many art and dance styles.

Visiting Kochi without watching magnificent Kathakali is a sin; this exquisite dance style, in which dancers are dressed in colourful costumes and use just their faces and postures to tell an exquisite tale of the area, is a sin. Nonetheless, you may spend a relaxing day on Kochi's beaches or participate in some adventurous activities there. The beaches of Kochi are the place to go if you're searching for a relaxing vacation in India where you can unwind and rest, and they're probably the major reason to visit Kochi. Indeed, you may include exploring the richness of traditional Kerala culture on your list of tourist attractions.

Sail on the backwaters, taste delicious meals and participate in traditional shopping. Going to Kochi is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Amazing delights, calming massages, seaside picnics, and temple treasure troves can all be found only in Kochi. Mattancherry Palace, Paradesi Synagogue, St. Francis Church, Ernakulam Shiva Temple, Indo-Portuguese Museum, and Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple are just a few of Kochi's main tourist attractions.

People Also Ask About Kochi

  1. How to reach Kochi?

    • Air: The easiest way to reach Cochin is by air. Cochin International Airport is well connected with all major cities and is only about 29 kilometres from the main city centre. You can take a prepaid taxi, bus, or rickshaw from the airport to the city.
    • Road: You can travel to Cochin by bus from surrounding cities like Bangalore or Mumbai in just 24-30 hours. Cochin is well connected by roadways to all major cities in the country, especially the surrounding ones.
    • Trains: Frequent trains run between Mumbai and Cochin, Madras and Cochin, and Bangalore and Cochin. For those traveling from farther states, there are trains connecting all major cities like Hyderabad, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Delhi, etc to Cochin.
  2. What is the best time to visit Kochi?

    • October to March: This is the best time to visit the city. Temperatures hover around an average of 30 degrees which makes travelling through the city pleasant. Most tourists flock to Cochin during this time, so you can expect larger crowds at tourist spots and hotel rates on the higher side.
    • April to September: On the other hand, if you’re looking for a quiet vacation, then April to September would be an ideal time to go. Temperatures are pretty high during this time ranging between 35 to 40 degrees. This is a great time for solo travellers or couples as the city is not crowded and you can secure great deals on hotel tariffs.
  3. How to commute in the city?

    • Prepaid taxis like Uber or Ola are the cheapest option for long distances like traveling from Cochin city to Munnar.
    • Auto rickshaws are the best option to travel short to mediums distances around Cochin city. They, however, don’t run by meter so be sure to bargain the conveyance charge mentioned by the drivers before getting into the vehicle.
    • Ferry: There is also a good ferry service in Cochin due to its vast coastline, so those looking to travel by sea can book one of the boat services from Fort Kochi to Vypin or towards the interiors of Ernakulam at a very nominal price.
  4. Where can I enjoy water sports activities in Kochin?

    The only international marina in India, the Kochi International Marina, houses an exciting array of watersports like Kayaking, Jet ski rides, Sofa rides, and Banana rides. If you are living in a houseboat, then your package may be inclusive of water activities as well.

  5. What are some of the famous beaches in Kochi?

    Cherai and Fort Kochi are the most famous beaches in the city. Unlike Mumbai or Goa, Cochin’s beaches are known for their cleanliness and serenity.

    • Cherai beach is only 35 kilometers away from Cochin and is ideal for swimming or sunbathing due to its shallow waters,
    • Fort Kochi is right around the corner of Cochin city and is meant for a more relaxing getaway.

    Both beaches should be on your ‘‘must-visit places’ list when traveling through South India.

  6. What are the things to do in Kochi?

    Sightseeing:

    Kochi is one of the most beautiful cities in Kerala. Decked with historical landmarks, alluring shorelines, religious spots, and much more, it definitely makes it an ideal sightseeing destination in God’s Own Country.

    Cultural Tours:

    This charming port city is also a wonderful destination to witness and enjoy the colourful cultures and traditions in Kerala. Visitors to Kochi can revel in regular Kathakali dance performances along with several other shows while maneuvering around the city.

    Enjoy Backwater Homestay:

    For those visitors who want to delve deep into the history and hospitality of Kochi, they must go for backwater homestays! Located on the outer fringes of the city limits; mostly in and around Alappuzha, these homestays are the doorways to Kerala’s rustic cultures and traditions.

    Visit Chinese Fishing Nets:

    Mostly located towards the northern side of Fort Kochi, the Chinese Fishing Nets have become synonymous with the enchanting beauty of Kochi’s shorelines. On a visit to this promising port city, visitors must visit these traditional fishing nets to have a glimpse of Kerala’s golden past.

  7. What is the culture in Kochi?

    Kochi has a mix of both traditional and cosmopolitan culture, being the capital city of the state of Kerala. It has a widely diverse crowd including people from all over the country, and it also has a large Jewish community - the Malabar Yehuden, who form an important part of Kochi’s business circles. Kochi also has a strong foothold in both Jacobite Syrian Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism, with many churches devoted to their spread across the city. The city was a hub of cultural intellectualism in yesteryears, home to many famous writers of Malayalam literature as well as social activists like Sahodaran Ayyappan.

  8. What is the local food in Kochi?

    Kochi's cuisine, though has little that stands out, manages to foster the primary elements of a typical Keralan cuisine, and does so in the most splendid way possible. Essentials such as Appam and Stew and delicacies such as Fish Molly, Fish Peera, and more are found here.
    Some of the dishes that one must try in Kochi are Thoran, Banana Chips, Kaalan, Paachadi, and Pootu, which is made from bananas and rice flour. Also, seafood is widespread and exquisite, like in most areas of the state.

  9. What are the places near Kochi?

    The top places near to Kochi are Alleppey which is 60 km from Kochi, Munnar which is located 86 km from Kochi, Kumarakom which is located 44 km from Kochi, Ernakulam which is located 2 km from Kochi, Vagamon which is located 75 km from Kochi

  10. What are the famous festivals to experience when in Kochi?

    Onam and the Cochin Carnival are two Kerala-specific festivities that are both 10-day extravaganzas featuring feasts, fireworks, and games for residents and tourists alike. The Onam Event, Kerala's largest festival, has mythical roots in Kochi. During Onam, most government and educational institutions, as well as state apparatus, are closed for most of the week. It's also the greatest shopping event of the year, with massive people flocking to MG Road and the rest of Kochi's stores and marketplaces. When you add in parades, snake boat races, and other sports and festivities, it's safe to say that Onam in Kochi is a totally distinct experience.