Coconut palms and seafood, Dutch churches and Jewish synagogues, spices and culture, Kochi is so much more than just another city here in Gods Own Country. Right from the time of the great flood of 1340 AD, when the Periyar river destroyed the great trading port at Kodungallur to create a natural harbour a few kilometres away, there's been no looking back for Kochi. Each owner from the Portuguese and Dutch to the British has left his unique mark on the land here, spectacular post-colonial legacy evident in Fort Kochi and Mattancherry. From fleeing Jews to Arab traders and Christian missionaries, Kochi has been home to a varied population and continues to lure travellers today as well. Chinese fishing nets, heritage homestays and backwater canoe rides have somehow kept pace with development in the mainland, Ernakulam. Spice trading remains a major contributor to Kochi's economy, a quick walk through Fort Kochi's spice market with its intoxicating aroma is proof enough. Sultry warm weather, with an average of 132 days of rainfall throughout the year, expect to get drenched at least once during your stay here. An amalgamation of the best of the old and the new, Kochi is truly the heart of Kerala.
Check in: 18 Mar Check Out: 23 Mar
- All Transport as per itinerary
- Accommodation for all 4 the nights on twin/double sharing basis
- Breakfast complimentary at all places.
- All applicable taxes
- Activities Munnar Tea Trail , Day cruise in Houseboat,Visit to backwater Village is included in Package
|Date/Location||Suggested Activities||Suggested Accom|
|Day 1 Munnar||Pick up from Kochi||Bracknell Forest|
|Day 2 Munnar||Munnar Tea Trail||Bracknell Forest|
|Day 3 Alleppey||Day Cruise in a Houseboat in Alleppey||Lemon Tree Vembanad Lake Resort|
|Day 4 Alleppey||Ayurvedic Massage||Lemon Tree Vembanad Lake Resort|
|Day 5 Kochi||Drive to Kochi-Kumbalangi Village Tour with Sunset Cruise||Fort House Hotel|
|Day 6 Kochi||Drop to Kochi||Checkout|