Kochi or Cochin is known to be a commercial port city in South India that has been playing a huge role in India's trade dating back to 600 years. This cosmopolitan city in Kerala has had an influence of the Arabs, Dutch, Phoenicians, Portuguese, Chinese and the British city. Other than that, the city has also been inhabited by the Indian rule of the Chera Dynasty. Immerse in the archipelago of islands in this place with numerous sightseeing spots awaiting your experience, by booking a customised Kochi Tour Package with Swan Tours.
|Best Kochi Tour Itinerary||No. of Days||Price*|
|Sacred Kochi Packages||02 Nights / 03 Days||Rs. 14, 250|
|Mystical Cochin Tour Package||03 Nights / 04 Days||Rs. 16, 199|
|Best of Cochin Tour||03 Nights / 04 Days||Rs. 16, 990|
|Cochin Package for 05 Nights /06 Days||04 Nights / 05 Days||Rs. 18, 799|
|Kochi (Cochin) Tour Package from Delhi||04 Nights / 05 Days||Rs. 19, 199|
Location: Southwest of India's coastal Kerala state
Known as: "Queen of Arabian Sea"
Population: 21.2 lakhs
Languages spoke: Malayalam and English
Capital: High Court of Kerala (Judicial Capital)
The temperature in Kochi is favorable for the welcoming of tourists throughout the year which is a green card for the visitors to plan a vacation to Kochi whenever their mood yearns. But according to the travel specialists, it is said that the best time to visit Kochi is from the months of October to March which is the wintertime.
If you want to board a flight to reach Kochi, then you must land at the Cochin International Airport, and also connected to all the major airports in India.
If you choose to board a train to reach the place, then the busiest yet the popular railway station is the Ernakulam Junction South that is connected to all the major cities in the country.
Mattancherry Palace: Known as the Dutch Palace, Mattancherry Palace is a major tourist attraction in Kochi, Kerala for all the art and portraits of Hindu temple exhibiting the heritage of Kochi Kings.
Jewish synagogue: Located at a distance of 30 km from the city center, Jewish synagogue is one among the 7 synagogue which is in execution contemporarily. If you visit the place, you get to realize the heritage of 1568!
The Willingdon Island: If you are fond of paying visits to islands, then do not miss The Willingdon Island which is one of the largest man-made islands in India, holding connectivity with the Kochi port and other International ports.
Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary: Proceed to the Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary where you get to spot rich mangrove vegetation and a shallow lake where several species of bord migrate every year.
Marine Drive, Kochi: Get your steps at one of the best places in Kochi that is the Marine Drive where you can spend quality time in the midst of the backwaters, amazing views, and the wonderful climate.
Hill Palace: Hill Palace is the largest archaeological museum in the place which was built in the year 1865, near Tripunithura. It has a room for deer park, a pre-historic park, archaeological museum, heritage museum, and a children's park.
Jew Town: This town saw the inhabitation of the Jews in around 700 BC which is one of the oldest parts of the Cochin city. This place is mostly visited by tourists because of the architecture of the synagogues!
Shopping: MG road in Kochi is a classic shopping hub which showcases a wide range of products like handicrafts made out from wood, shells, coir, ivory, sandalwood, along with a plethora of eatables like spices, jewelry and clothes.
Food: The most sumptuous cuisine of Kochi contains, Appam, stew, Thoran, Banana Chips, Kaalan, Paachadi and Pootu that are regarded as typical Keralan foods. The best places that you can visit to cherish these dishes are Oceanos Restaurant, Ginger House, and Kashi Art Cafe.
Onam Feast: When you are in Kochi, you must pay a visit to the Thrikkakara Vamana Moorthy Temple for the popular Onam Feast that goes on for a tenure of 10 days.
Kochi Muziris Biennale: Gain access to the best display of art exhibited around several places like halls, public parks, galleries and so on, held every year during the winters.
Q. Which is the best time to plan a vacation to Kochi?
Ans: The best time to travel to Kochi is during the winter months from December to March because the weather remains soulful during this time, suitable for explorations.
Q. Which are the most spoken languages in Kochi?
Ans: The most spoken languages in Kochi are Malayalam and English, serving as the common mode of communication.
Q. How many days are sufficient for Kochi Tour?
Ans: A total of 4 nights and 5 days are suitable for a tour to Kochi that covers all the sightseeing, shopping, and traveling activities altogether.
Q. How does a Kochi Tour Package help?
Ans: From booking the tickets, the inclusion of things to do, accommodation, food, and everything necessary gets included in a Kochi Tour Package.