Amazing Cochin Youth Package in Kerala
Cochin, popularly known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, is one of the supreme natural harbors in the world. Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway…
Cochin, popularly known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, is one of the supreme natural harbors in the world. Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway of South India and an entryway to the enchanting backwaters of Kerala. Kochi is one of the fastest growing cities in India and is the business capital of the state. The city is comprised of a group of islands scattered along the Lake of Vembanad. Kochi has a collection of vivid and varied colors, which attracts lots of tourist from far and wide to its shores. The ferry rides across the vast expanses of Kochi backwaters an important tourist attraction. The enchanting coconut palms and Chinese nets leaning against the backdrop of the setting sun, the backwaters make a breathtaking vision. The magnificent houseboats that glide across the water are yet another spectacular sight that not many cities in India can boast. Backwaters of Cochin indeed occupy a top slot in the tourist map of this beautiful city. Cochin is the ideal destination to explore the charm of the former era, savor the tempting seafood delicacies, to explore the culture heritage and art forms or just to break free from the daily grinds. There are many popular tourist attractions in and around the city attracting tremendous tourists every year. The Bolgatty Island is an exciting destination of Cochin, where the antique Bolghatty palace, built by the Dutch in 1744 stands. The Willington Island, the manmade island of the city, is another attraction of Cochin for its great natural beauty. The island was made by filling the dredged soil around a tiny natural island that existed previously.
Alleppey backwaters are spotted with numerous houseboats (Kettu vallams) which are provided with all modern amenities for the tourists by offering days and nights in the midst of the vast expanses of backwaters with exclusive cuisines. The rice bowl of Kerala, Kuttanad is located in the beautiful Alappuzha district. The 75 km-stretch of land is coolly sandwiched between the sea and backwater. Alleppey is the pivotal point of tourists into Kerala famed for backwaters and the state’s lush rice bowl, Kuttanadu, between Kottayam to the east and Quilon to the south. The destination provides the most entrancing scenery of palm-lined back waters, quiet water-bound villages and little boats. Alappuzha seashore is an admired leisure spot of the district. Alappuzha is a port town built according to plan by Divan Rajakeshavadas in 1785, was a busy centre of commerce in the 19th and the first half of 20th century. The port was eminent in the history and is naturally visited by many ships from different parts of the world. Reminding the past heyday still stands a pier which is about 140 years old. Gradual decline in marketable activity and final winding up the port operation had left the seashore in neglect for many years.
DepartureCochin Airport or Railway station
Departure TimePlease arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat, light jacket.
Include5 Star AccommodationPersonal GuideAirport TransfersBreakfast
Not IncludedDeparture TaxesEntry Fees
Day 1: Departure
Day 3: Return
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