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Cochin Backwater Tour


Cochin Backwater Tour


Cochin Backwaters
Considered to be the ‘Queen of Arabia Sea’, Cochin is a beautiful place, which has Vembanad Lake in its surrounding areas. Cochin is rich with diverse cultures such as the Jewish, French, Portuguese, Dutch, English, as well as Chinese cultures. One can go and enjoy the ferry rides through the beautiful backwaters. Fun and comfort as well as the true essence of Cochin can be truly felt by being in the houseboats of Cochin. Cochin’s beauty gets ameliorated with some of the most interesting attractions at the backwaters. Some of them are mentioned below:

Willington Island
This is a splendid island located in the backwaters of Cochin. The name of the island was kept on the name of British viceroy of India, Lord Willington. One can find the headquarters of port trust, naval command, trading centres, etc. at this island.

Mattancherry Palace
The architecture of this palace is innately in the Hindu style. The palace was constructed by foreigners in the year 1555. The palace is worth visiting because of the beautiful architecture.

St. Francis Church
This church is much revered as Vasco Da Gama was buried here. The church was constructed in wood in the year 1503. Moreover, the church is one of the oldest European churches in India.

Bolghatty Island
The foundation of this island was laid by the Dutch in the year 1744. It was meant for British governors. In the contemporary time, this island is owned by Kerala Tourism Development Corporation.

Fort Kochi
Since the middle ages, Fort Kochi has been located at a fishing village and serving as a European trading centre.