Kochi Holiday Travel Information

Born in the aftermath of a flood, and cultured in the crucible of colonialism, Kochi's journey through the tumultuous ebb and flow of the region's history has made it the thriving city it is today: home to ~2 million people from every culture and walk-of-life. The mish-mosh of cultural influences …

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We help you find the best Kochi hotels. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular accommodations in Kochi, according to other travellers like you.

Things to see and do in Kochi

Peter Fristedt | FlickrThe Backwaters
The Backwaters
mckaysavage | FlickrChinese Fishing Nets
Chinese Fishing Nets
Gopal | Trip by SkyscannerLuLu Mall
LuLu Mall
Evan Roth-Howe | Trip by SkyscannerKerala Kathakali Centre
Kerala Kathakali Centre
. Troy | Trip by SkyscannerJew Town
Jew Town
fraboof | FlickrMattancherry Palace
Mattancherry Palace
Sue King | Trip by SkyscannerKerala Folklore Museum
Kerala Folklore Museum
Sandy N Vyjay | Trip by SkyscannerCherai Beach
Cherai Beach
Sandy N Vyjay | Trip by SkyscannerEzhattumugham Prakriti Gramam
Ezhattumugham Prakriti Gramam
Sandy N Vyjay | Trip by SkyscannerSanta Cruz Cathedral Basilica
Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica

Reviews of Kochi

Renjit   Kalarikkal
Renjit Kalarikkal

Kochi is a special place There are many tourism places over there I really lovel kochi

Cat Baer
Cat Baer

Completely solar powered! Beautiful and green, lots of small shops for food and books.

KeaneSan Francisco

I really liked the aesthetic of Kochi. The green mixed with the buildings was a beautiful sight, even when it came to houses overtaken by nature. The fishing area was interesting, although very messy.

Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco

During your time in Kerala you'll want to spend a few days exploring Kochi, including the waterfront, the churches, the markets, and the food scene. Much calmer than many other Indian cities but still plenty of excitement and activity.

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