A cosmopolitan city of islands and waterways, Cochin is famous for its precious spices and silks and was once a major trade port, as can be seen by the European influenced architecture.

Arguably one of the most picturesque places in Kerala, Cochin oozes history and tranquillity. Traders have been drawn to this port from all over the world for hundreds of years and left their mark, which can be seen throughout the city from the giant Chinese fishing nets and the crumbling Colonial architecture to the ancient mosques and 16th-century Jewish synagogues. Take an early morning stroll along the waterfront where the fishermen bring in their catch, wander around the historic port of Fort Cochin breathing in the spice-heavy air and enjoy a harbour cruise at sunset.

Marco Polo, the Dutch East India Company and the British all shaped its development and at Fort Cochin stands India’s oldest European church

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Malabar House
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Malabar House

India
Kerala and South India
Cochin

The Malabar House is in the heart of historic Fort Cochin, just a 3 minute walk from the Chinese fishing nets and attractions of the town including backwater cruises. With a history dating back to 1755, Malabar House became a heritage hotel in 1996. The Hotel has a traditional and contemporary design with some great art pieces as well as a warm and personal feel. There are 17 rooms and suites incl...

Brunton Boatyard
Hotel

Brunton Boatyard

India
Kerala and South India
Cochin

Designed and built in 1999 in the style of the early Dutch and Portuguese architecture of Fort Cochin, Brunton Boatyard blends very well into the Cochin skyline. It is situated at the harbour mouth overlooking the busy ship channel. There is never a dull moment with boats of every size! Rooms offer a magnificent view of the sea and the delta. These feature a four poster bed, high ceilings and en s...

Boutique Kerala with Relais Chateaux Hotels
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Boutique Kerala with Relais Chateaux Hotels

India
Kerala and South India
Cochin
+1 others
11 nights from £1,750 per person
Itinerary Highlights
  • Explore Cochin's highlights including the Dutch Palace with your guide
  • Enjoy cruising the backwaters of Kumarakom on your private houseboat
  • Have some relaxing time by the beaches of Kovalam
Highlights of Kerala
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Highlights of Kerala

India
Kerala and South India
Cochin
+1 others
13 nights from £2,499 per person
Itinerary Highlights
  • Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Cochin with your guide
  • Immerse yourself in the peace and tranquillity of Munnar
  • See some wildlife at Periyar National Park
  • Meander through the backwaters of Kumarakom onboard your private houseboat
Taj Mahal, Palaces and Backwaters
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Taj Mahal, Palaces and Backwaters

India
North India and Rajasthan
Agra
+5 others
14 nights from £1,935 per person
Itinerary Highlights
  • Enjoy the contrast of the old and new in Delhi on a guided tour
  • Take stunning sunset photos from the beautiful Taj Mahal in Agra
  • Witness a Kathakali dance performance in Fort Cochin
  • Cruise through the beautiful maze of the backwaters of Allepey

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