The Santa Cruz Basilica, was constructed by the Portuguese in 1505 and is one of the eight Basilicas in India.
One of the most visited beaches in the Kochi, Cherai Beach is an immaculate and serene location stretching up to a length of 10 km.
Marine Drive is one of the most popular hangout places in Kochi. It’s also one of the best places to visit in Kochi at night.
Also known as the Dutch Palace, Mattancherry Palace was constructed in 1545 by the Portuguese as a present to King Veera Kerala Verma of the Kochi dynasty.
The Veeranpuzha Beach is a typical Malabar coastline with quaint waters, fishermen settlements and sandy shores.
One of the largest training centres in Kerala, the Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary is an ideal place for a family retreat.
A museum with a difference, the Kerala Folklore Museum is a place where you can see everything from antiques and sculptures to tribal art and folklore installations.
If you want to get a closer look at the lifestyle of the kings and queens, this is the perfect place to visit.