Mini Cochin City Tour - Kochi One Day Sightseeing Tour
Cochin City Tour - Cochin Full Day Sightseeing Tour - Kochi Day Tour - TRIPENTICER
Package Overview: This package is a full day Cochin sightseeing tour, in and around Cochin covering all major tourist attractions. An air-conditioned car will be provided as mode of transportation to explore the most beautiful, historical and natural sightseeing of Kochi. Tripenticer offers Cochin full day sightseeing tour for tourists wanting a quick visit to the historical land of Kochi. It covers all the popular tourist destinations of Kochi such as Cochin Backwaters and Boating, Fort Cochin beach in Kochi, etc. Check out our ‘Cochi full day Sightseeing Tour package’ below to know more about the tourist attractions of Kochi and the rates. Plan a trip now with Tripenticer at affordable prices!
Cost Includes: Ac transportation + fuel + Drivers bathe + Sightseeing as prescribed in the itinerary
Timing: Pick up at 8:30 am and drop at 6.30 pm
Destination Covered: Cochin- Kerala folklore museum, Nettur Backwaters & boating, Fort Cochin beach and first European Township in India –Mattancherry, Jewish Synagogue, Dutch Palace and Museum, St Francis Xavier's Church, Fokanare museum, Marine Drive- Boating (optional).
Kerala Folklore museum
Kerala Folklore Museum is a cultural center, to promote and preserve the culture & heritage of South India. It is actually run by Mrs & Mr. George Thaliath, aims to preserve culture, heritage, and folk art education, etc. It needed 7 and a half years with 60 skilled traditional carpenters and with a huge cultural wealth of more than 4000 artifacts and architectural objects, accumulated over the past 20 years. More >>>
Fort Cochin Beach
Fort Kochi is the first European township in India.By walking through the streets of Fort Kochi, you can smell the past. Chinese fishing nets along the Vasco Da Gama Square, Santa Cruz Basilica retaining the specimens of a bygone era and still proud of those days. Fort Kochi is part of a handful of water-bound regions toward the southwest of the mainland Kochi Fort Cochin Beach, Boating. More >>>
Visit Chinese Fishing nets
Chinese fishing nets (Cheena Vala) are fishing nets that are fixed land installations for fishing, commonly known as lift nets, it is common in China & Indonesia in the past for fishing. In India, it is commonly seeing in Cochin and surrounding coastal areas. It is called Chinese arts as it came from China. Now it became a tourist attraction. More >>>
Paradeshi Synagogue is situated in the quarter of Old Cochin known as Jew Town, and is the only one of the seven synagogues in the area still in use. It is constructed in 1567. Situated near to the Mattancherry Palace temple on the land given to the Malabari Yehudenor " Yehuden Mappila" community by the Maha Raja of Kochi. More >>>
Santha Cruz Basilica- St Francis Xavier's Church
St. Francis CSI Church, in Fort Kochi, originally built in 1503, is the oldest European church in India and has great historical significance as a mute witness to the European colonial struggle in the subcontinent. It is well-known for its beautiful architecture and ambiance. On his third visit to India, the great Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama fell ill and died and St. Francis church was his burial place. More >>>>
Jew Street & Shopping
Jews town is an important Shopping area in Cochin. Antique shops. Antiques items like - carved wooden furniture and vessels, handicraft and garments, Spice shops are there. Mattancherry is the most famous
spice trade centre in Kerala.More>>>
Marine Drive - Cochin- Walkway & Boating
Marine Drive is a beautiful promenade in Kochi.It is a popular hangout for the local populace as well as the tourists. It is the Arabian sea entrance to downtown. you can make a leisure walk through the water side for 1 and a half km, the wind from the sea entrance and the sea view with cruise boats, Ships, etc. It is a shopping place too. Package finishes at 6.30 pm More >>>
Transportation by Ac Sedan
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