Kochi Corporate Tour
Flaunting the sprawling sandy shores and comfortable warm waters, Kochi speaks about the beauty in a magnificent way! Being visited by scores of tourists every year, this place stays as one of the favourite spots among nature lovers, couples and leisurely travellers.
When to visit
The beautiful city Kochi in Kerala can be reached any time of the year. However, it is advised to stay away from the sweltering summer. The post-monsoon i.e. the period between October and February is the most excellent time to visit Kochi. Here, hotels are in plenty to offer you comfortable stay in standard price rates.
Places to visit:
Kochi is skirted by water bodies, which amplifies the charm of this coastal city. The destination has some fabulous temples and churches along with picturesque view of Arabian Sea. The list of major attraction spots of Kochi are:
Chinese Fishing Nets
This 14th century’s creation is still one of the prime attractions of Kochi. The local fishermen will display its use. Well, for that you have to pay them a bit.
St. Francis Church
The city is full of churches and St. Francis Church is the most notable among them. The church was constructed in 1503 and in 1524 Vasco De Gama’s funeral was done here.
Don’t miss the charming boat ride to the Vypeen Island. Here, you will find the longest beach of Kochi, the Cherai beach.
It is a photogenic and aromatic town in Kochi, famous for being the spice trade centre.
The place is full of historic remembrance of Portuguese. The Mattancherry Dutch Palace (est. 1555) is a must see spot.
Ernakulam Shiva Temple
The Ernakulam Shiva Temple is one the prime temples in the heart of Kochi. The architecture of this temple completely differs from traditional temples.
Kerala Folklore Theater and Museum
The place displays the rich culture and heritage of Kerala.
Kochi Group Tour Package
Activities in Kochi
Back water trip
Kerala is famous for back water! Don’t’ miss the scope to explore the unparallel watery beauty on the outskirts of this city.
A day trip on tuk tuk
Rather than booking a cab to see the city, book a tuk tuk. Explore the major churches, temples, and museum and of course Mattanchery spice market, Jew town and Princess Street.
Kathakali dance performance
Kathakali dance form describes the epic and rich art form of India.
How to reach
Road, air and train routes connect Kochi quite swiftly with the rest of India.
Cochin International Airport is just 28 Km from the main city. The International standard airbase manages flights from domestic and international terminals.
Ernakulam Junction and Ernakulam Town are the major Indian Railway halts to reach Kochi. Edapally Railway Station is also a halt station close to Kochi city, but few passenger trains stops here.
Bus services to Kochi from other southern cities are exceptionally good. NH 544, NH 66, NH 85, etc. along with State Highways can be used if you are driving to Kochi. The tour operators also assist in transport from major cities and arrange for package trips around the destination.
The State Water Transport Department operates boats to connect water transportation within the city. Also, passenger ships are operated between Lakshadweep and Colombo.