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Kerala, popularly known and believed as God's Own Country, is an ideal destination for business traveler as well as holidaymaker. One of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia , Kerala is India's only tropical paradise. The state is blessed with myriad features like dense tropical forests, beautiful beaches, cliffs, rocky coasts, an intricate maze of backwaters, still bays and astounding 44 radiant rivers. One such mesmerizing place in Kerala is Kochi , the most Cosmopolitan City of the state.

About Kochi

For you to explore the land of Kochi with ease, Indian Holiday provides you information about how to reach Kochi. Kochi, earlier known as Cochin, is renowned as the Queen of Arabian Sea. Kochi is nestled on the coast of the Arabian Sea in central Kerala. The most cosmopolitan city of the state, Kochi is the Commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. Kochi is a charming mélange of many exotic cultures like the Portuguese, Jewish, English, French, Dutch and Chinese. To be at this city on your Kerala tour, you have to know how to reach Kochi.

Kochi Tour Packages help you witness the fine blend of tradition and modernity existing in Kochi. Kochi, earlier known as Cochin, is renowned as the Queen of Arabian Sea. Kochi is situated on the coast of the Arabian Sea in central Kerala. The most cosmopolitan city of the state, Kochi is the Commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. Kochi is a charming mélange of many exotic cultures like the Portuguese, Jewish, English, French, Dutch and Chinese. Kochi Tour Packages helps you to get mesmerized by the unique charm of Kochi on your Kerala tour.

Kochi Tour Packages helps you see the popular tourist attractions of Kochi to witness the beauty of the city on your Kochi Tour. Some of the popular tourist attractions of Kochi are the St. Francis Church (India's oldest European Church),Cheeyappara Waterfalls, Bolghatty Palace, Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace), Paradesi Synagogue (Oldest synagogue in the commonwealth), the huge Chinese Fishing Nets, and the Cochin Carnival held in the last week of every year.