Cochin( now referred to as Kochi) is located on the west coast of India in the naturally beautiful state of Kerala. The city which is part of Ernakulam district is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the west and the Western Ghats on the east and is often referred to as the “Queen of the Arabian Sea”.
From the Cochin Travel Guide
Prem was very helpful when my wife was ill he gave us some tablets which worked quickly. Basic room at a basic price.BBeware of mossies in this area. ... more
Run by a delightful, obliging couple. Spotlessly clean. They need to market themselves a little better and we suggested that they make a menu and stock some drinks as we found ourselves going "out" for things when we could have supported them. A definate highlight as far as accomodation. Lesley ... more
Food was really good French fries were amazing Stayed there on 23rd dec 2012 and it was very hot. We had taken 2 rooms, one was ok ventilation while the other one was more hot cause no proper ventilation.. Overall didn't enjoy it much cause was hot and big mosquitoes. They didn't provide any mosquito repellant or coil. ... more
What to See in Kerela (India)
Dear, Please check top ten places in Kerela to wandering there like The Backwaters Munnar Fort Cochin Munnar Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary Kollam Varkala Kumarakom Thrissur Kozhikode Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary ...
Advice for 3 weeks in India
Planning to travel to India in December for three weeks, finally after years of wishing. Hope to get a feel for the spiritual/religious atmosphere by seeing Varanasi and Bodhgaya toward the end. Tentative plan is 2 days Cochin, sleeper train to Goa 2 days Goa, then fly to Delhi 7 days in Delhi, Jaipur ...
“If you listen closely, you can hear the collective sigh breathed by travellers upon setting foot in laid-back Fort Cochin”… Lonely Planet’s opening line for Cochin and how true it is. The pace of life is so laid-back and relaxed, exactly what we needed after the intensity of the last 8 days. Fort Cochin ...
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