The Chronicles of Kochi

Code: 1005

Trace the rise of Cochin from that of a cluster of fisher villages to today’s bustling port city

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Best Time to Visit: April | August | December | February | January | July | June | March | November | October | September
  • Dutch Palace
  • Chienese fishing nets
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  • indian naval maritime museum
  • Kerala Folklore Museum
    Kerala Folklore Museum
  • Pardesi Synangogue

A city that has seen generations of traders and conquerors. Come and enjoy a slice of this historical magnificence. As you go around the old part of the city, revisit the influences left by merchants from the Mediterranean, Arabia and the European empires – ancient warehouses, spices go-downs, narrow alleyways and old bungalows and residences.   

Indulge yourself in this unique experience curated to take you back to the chronicles of Kochi. Here’s our pick of the best must-see attractions in Kochi.hh

Offered in (Languages) English
Availability Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Water Tour Companion/ Historian Air-Conditioned Car

What We'll Do


Mattancherry Palace

Take in the aroma of a hundred spices as you walk down the streets in Mattancherry. The Palace here was built by the Portuguese and handed over to the erstwhile rulers. View the exhibits and artifacts on display.


St. Francis Church

Imagine a wooden church built by the first European missionaries who landed in the state. It’s now a white stone structure that once held the remains of the Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama. See the tomb stones and inscriptions left here by the Dutch, walk around the church to get a feel of the architecture and the place.


Chinese Fishing Nets

To witness this spectacular view, the best times are usually in the mornings and early evenings. Seeing the Chinese fishing nets in the sunset should be your first priority while you are in Kochi.


Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica

Your turn to dip into this historical well – steeped in history and heritage, this building is one of the most visited monuments in Kerala. View the relics and paintings, a few remaining testimonies of Portuguese influence in Kochi.


Jew Town

Walking down the streets of Jew Town is like traveling to an ancient city full of not just antique items, but also jewellery, crockery, wooden furniture, handicrafts, paintings and many more knick-knacks.

Special Notes

1. Wear comfortable shoes and dress according to the weather and be outfitted for a fair amount of walk.
2. Please allow up to 5-6 hours to complete this experience.
4. All days available, except Mondays.
5. We recommend you book at least two weeks in advance to ensure that dates are available. All bookings are subject to availability.
6. Don't forget to bring your camera.

Places We'll Go

Mattancherry Palace | St. Francis Church | Chinese Fishing Nets | Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica | Jew Town... & many more in between.

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