Kochi Sightseeing Tour

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Kochi, located in Kerala, India, offers a captivating blend of history, culture, and natural beauty.
FROM ₹ 1500.00
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  • Duration : 10 Hrs
  • Time : 09:00 am
  • Location : Kerala
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A Kochi tour typically includes visits to Fort Kochi, known for its colonial architecture and Chinese fishing nets. Explore, home to the historic Parades Synagogue and antique shops. Don't miss the Mattancherry Palace showcasing Kerala murals. Witness Kathakali dance performances and cruise the serene backwaters. The city's spice markets and diverse cuisine add to the rich experience of a Kochi tour. A Kochi sightseeing tour typically includes , St. Francis Church, and the vibrant Jew Town. Explore cultural landmarks, historical sites, and experience the unique blend of Portuguese, Dutch, and Indian influences in this picturesque city.


Duration Pick Up Point
6 hrs Hotel , Port , Residence
Duration: 6 hrs
Pick Up Point: Hotel , Port , Residence
Chinese Fishing Nets

Chinese fishing nets in Fort Kochi are iconic landmarks that showcase a blend of Chinese and Indian maritime traditions. These massive fishing nets are fixed installations, operated manually by a team of fishermen. They are believed to have been introduced by Chinese traders in the 14th century. The nets are made of wood and bamboo, and their unique design allows them to be lowered into the sea and raised again using a system of counterweights. Visitors often gather around these nets to witness the fascinating process of fishing and to enjoy the picturesque views of the Arabian Sea.

St. Francis Church

St. Francis Church is a historic landmark in Fort Kochi, Kerala, India. It is one of the oldest European churches in India, originally built by the Portuguese in 1503. The church underwent modifications over the centuries and is known for its simple architecture. Notably, it houses the tombstone of Vasco da Gama, the renowned Portuguese explorer. St. Francis Church is a significant cultural and historical site, attracting visitors for its rich heritage.

Indo Portugese Museum

The Indo-Portuguese Museum in Kochi, Kerala, showcases the historical relationship between India and Portugal through artifacts, exhibits, and art. It highlights the influence of Portuguese culture on the region, particularly in terms of art, religion, and trade during the colonial period. The museum is situated in the Fort Kochi area and is a notable attraction for those interested in the rich history of this coastal city.

Mattancherry Palace

Mattancherry Palace, also known as the Dutch Palace, is a historic palace located in the Mattancherry neighborhood of Kochi, Kerala, India. It was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century and later renovated by the Dutch in the 17th century, earning its alternate name. The palace features a blend of Kerala and colonial architectural styles. Inside, you can find murals depicting scenes from the Ramayana and other mythological stories, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of Kerala. The palace is also known for its traditional Kerala flooring, which is a type of mosaic made from a combination of burned coconut shells, lime, plant juices, and egg whites. The Mattancherry Palace stands as a significant cultural and historical attraction, offering visitors a glimpse into Kerala's past and artistic traditions.

Jewish Synagogue

The Jewish synagogue in Kochi, Kerala, India, is known as the Paradesi Synagogue or the Mattancherry Synagogue. It is one of the oldest active synagogues globally, dating back to the 16th century. The synagogue reflects a unique blend of Jewish and local Kerala architectural styles. Notable features include a clock tower, hand-painted Chinese tiles, and ancient scrolls. Visitors are drawn to its historical significance and the adjacent Jewish quarter, making it a cultural landmark in Kochi.

Jew Street

Jew Street, located in the Mattancherry neighborhood of Kochi, Kerala, India, is historically significant. It was once the center of the Jewish community in Kochi, home to the Paradesi Synagogue, which is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth of Nations. The street reflects a blend of Jewish, Indian, and colonial influences, making it a cultural and heritage site. It's also known for antique shops, spice markets, and diverse architecture.

Bolgatty Palace

olgatty Island is a beautiful island situated in Kochi, Kerala, India. It is known for the historic Bolgatty Palace, built by the Dutch in 1744. The palace has been converted into a heritage hotel, offering a unique stay experience. The island also features a golf course, marina, and lush greenery, making it a popular destination for tourists seeking a tranquil retreat in the midst of Kochi's bustling surroundings.

Greenix Museum with Kathakali Dance Performance

performance Arts museum located at Kalvathy Road, Fort Kochi, Greenix Museum is a cultural museum that depicts Kerala’s rich cultural history. The museum showcases various statues representing different art forms. An array of paintings representing traditional dance forms in various mudras and navarasams pertaining to Kathakali performances can also be seen here. The museum also has a miniature Kerala Village representing the pre 1930s period. Old artifacts, daily used articles, water wheel and various types of farmers’ village hats can be seen here. A significant area of the museum is dedicated to pottery making and handloom weaving. The museum also provides a platform for live performances for arts such as Kathakali, Theyyam, Mohiniyattam and Kalaripayattu.

Marine Drive

Marine Drive in Kochi, India, is a picturesque promenade along the backwaters. It offers stunning views of the Arabian Sea and is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. The walkway is dotted with benches and has a vibrant atmosphere, especially during sunset. It's a great place to unwind, enjoy the scenic beauty, and experience the local culture.

Hill palace thripunithura

The Hill Palace in Thripunithura, Kochi, is the largest archaeological museum in Kerala, India. It was built in 1865 and served as the official residence of the Kochi royal family. The palace complex includes 49 buildings, each showcasing exquisite traditional Kerala architecture. Today, it houses a museum with a vast collection of artifacts, including royal belongings, paintings, sculptures, and antiques, providing visitors with a glimpse into the rich history of the region.

Drop back to hotel


Please take care to go through the following inclusions on your Kochi Sightseeing Tour schedule.

  • Pickup and drop off from your location
  • Clean and air-conditioned vehicle
  • Professional live tour guide
  • Bottled Water

important Information

Here is a list of important information which you must cater to while you prepare for your Kochi Sightseeing Tour.

  • Hill palace closed Monday
  • Dutch pace [ Mattan Chery palace ] closed friday
  • Normally we provide one hour break for lunch during the city tour, you can have the lunch at your own expenses
  • Tour itinerary order will change subject to the availability of the attraction and Weather condition
  • Tour Duration, Pick up and Drop of time might vary according to the weather or Traffic Condition
  • Stroller and Wheelchair not available

Booking Policy

The following are the general conditions for the different booking policies of the Kochi Sightseeing Tour.

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Ticket Policy 

  • Rates are based on the pickup from the City  Hotels /Ports and residence located in kochi

Cancellation Policy 

  • Tour can be cancel without any charges  up to 24hrs before your trip.
  • No show - Full charges applicable     

Child Policy

  • Children under the age of 04 to 10 years considered a child.
  • Children under 0 to 03 years considered as an Infant.

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