Cochin Backwater Tour - Pick up from Cruise Terminal

: 4 Hrs, 7 Hrs
: Pick up from Cruise Terminal
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: Kochi Day Tours

Free for childrens up to 10 years

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Cochin Backwater Tour

Cochin  shore excursion and Day tours from Cochin

Cochin now known as Kochi is one of the most visited Kerala Backwater destinations. Cochin port is famous for its spices, exported to the west from ancient times to the present day. The Jewish Synagogue, Fort Cochin, The Mattancherry Palace built by the Dutch and St Francis Church are popular tourist attractions in Cochin, visited by tourists on Kerala Backwater tours. Kochi also called the “Queen of the Arabian Sea,”

Alappuzha, previously known as Alleppey, in Kerala is surrounded by waterways and canals and is therefore also called the “Venice of the East.” Alappuzha is famous for the beautiful backwaters surrounding it. Many Kerala Backwater cruises begin or end in Alappuzha. The backwaters with water birds and flowers and greenery along their banks are a beautiful and refreshing sight. See the serene attractions of Alappuzha on Kerala tours with Kerala Backwater.


This morning, drive to the village of Alleppey, surrounded by coconut plantations and famous for its narrow maze of canals and backwaters. A place of immense natural beauty, Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is referred to as the Venice of the East. After a brief comfort stop at a local resort, board motor launches for a leisurely boat ride past coconut thatched houses and old colonial warehouses, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Catch a glimpse into the lives of local families living along the banks of the canals as they go about their daily household chores. The well-known Vallamkali, Snake Boat Festival, originated here.

Following the cruise, we arrive at the Lake Palace Resort or Punnamada Resort for lunch for delicious Kerala delicacies or onboard

After lunch, depart for Fort Cochin with an overview of the Chinese Fishing nets before returning to the pier.


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