Explore Kochi - Sightseeing
The city of Kochi, on the southwest coast of India, is an enchanting place that's had an eclectic influence. Known as the "Gateway to Kerala," Kochi's culture and architecture will take you back in time to when the Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese and British occupied the city.
Sightseeing Options
Kumarakom & Aleppey Houseboat Backwater Cruise

7th Feb 2020, 9 AM , From Kochi

Includes A/C shuttle from Kochi city at 9:30 AM to Allepey Boathouse. Stay, Backwater Cruise, Seafood lunch, tea & snacks. Return from shuttle from houseboat to Kochi city by 8PM.

Cost: Rs 2500

Kochi City Day Tour

7th Feb 2020, 9:30 AM , From Kochi

Inclide pickup from anywhere in Kochi city between 9 to 9:30 AM | All major destinations, Jew Street, Jew Synagogue, Fort Kochi, Chinese Fishing Nets, Marine-Drive, Mattanchery, Seafood lunch, tea & snacks. Drop anywhere in Kochi city.

Cost: Rs 2000

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A backwater cruise on a houseboat allows you to see the scenic man made islands and beautiful sights of coconut fringed backwaters and paddy fields. Thehouseboats are luxuriously equipped with all of the modern amenities you would need.


Jew Street will always tickle that nostalgic bone in you. The antique sellers love having a chat and keeping you informed about the origins of the items and their own shops. Jew Street, Kochi is the best place to experience the lifestyle and culture of the Jewish community.


The oldest synagogue of the commonwealth nations, the Jewish Synagogue in Kochi Kerala is also called the Paradesi Synagogue (the word 'Paradesi' means 'foreigner' in Indian languages). Jewish Synagogue in Kerala was built in the year 1568 by the Jewish community of Kerala called the Malabar Yehudan.


A charming seaside area, Fort Kochi is known for its Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture, and elaborate bamboo fishing nets at Fort Kochi Beach. St. Francis Church was the original burial site of explorer Vasco da Gama. Upscale eateries and chic cafes serve Keralan specialties, and quaint shops sell cotton clothing and handmade souvenirs.


The Mattancherry Palace, also known as Dutch Palace, is one of the finest examples of the Kerala style of architecture interspersed with colonial influences. This double storied palace has a lovely collection of murals

Chinese Fishing Nets

Chinese Fishing Nets at Fort Kochi are fixed land installations, used for fishing in a unique method. There are different fishing nets for operation which are based on the state of the tide.

Marine Drive Night & Fish Dinner

Marine Drive is the most happening place in the heart of Kochi. The picturesque area, built facing the backwaters, is the main hangout place for people inside and outside Kochi. Whoever visits for sightseeing in Cochin, never leaves the town without paying a visit to the Marine Drive.