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Beguiling fishing nets silhouetted against the red gold skies, ancient monuments and a bustling harbour enchant you on your Tour toKochi. Kochi (previously known as Cochin) is an integral part of South India Tour that boasts of hundreds of islands. It is a vibrant city located on the Southwest of Indian Peninsula. Kochi is a part of Contemporary India that also blends with contemporary architecture like the Fort Kochi area and Mattancherry area. Kochi is proud of its world-class port and International Airport that connects important cities worldwide.

In the scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, heralded as ‘God’s own Country’, Kochi is considered as the “Gateway to Kerala”. Being the financial capital of Kerala, Kochi’s trade affair started way back in 1500 AD with the Jews, Arabs, the Dutch, Portuguese and Chinese.

Places to visit during Kochi Tour :

Mattancherry Palace : This palace is also known as the Dutch Palace, maintaining its medieval charm situated at Palace Road, Mattancherry, 10 kms from Ernakulam in South India. It was built by the Portuguese and gifted to the Raja of Kochi Veera Kerala Verma in 1555 AD. The rajas made some more renovations and its presently stands as a portrait gallery of the Kochi Rajas and also notable for some best mythological murals in India that are in the best traditions of Hindu Temple art. Hence it was made a vital part of great Kerala Tour.

Gundu Island : The city of Kochi is incomplete without Gundu Island. This 5 acres land was added and made it as part of Kochi in the year 1967 by Kerala Legislative Assembly. This part of Kochi is surrounded by coconut trees and can be reached from Vyppin Island by boat.

St. Francis Church : This church is one of the oldest churches built by the Europeans in India. A prominent landmark in Fort Kochi, it is a must visit for all the travellers during their Kerala Tour.

Chinese Fishing Net : People of Kochi mainly depend on fishing hence it has become a commercial activity. While your Kerala tour visiting the large Chinese Fishing Net is something you will not like to miss.

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Being one of the busiest cities in Kerala, hotels in Kochi remained packed up through out the year. The city offers range of accommodation facilities, right from economy to 5-star deluxe. Your tour to Kochi has to offer something for everyone. The intact hospitality is always there to cherish during your South India Tour.

Quick Facts about Kochi :

Climate : Kochi has a Tropical climate, with no harsh extremities. Surface temperatures varies between 20–35 °C

Language Spoken : Malayalam and English

Best Time to Visit : October to April

Nearest Airport : Kochi Airport

Railway Station : Ernakulam Junction and Ernakulam Town Railway Station (also called North and South Railway Station)

Modes of Local Transport : Bus, Taxis, Auto Rickshaws and Boats.
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