About Kochi

Kochi City

On India's southeast coast in the state of Kerala, Kochi, also known as Cochin, is referred to as the "Queen of the Arabian Sea". It serves as the financial, industrial, and commercial hub of Kerala. It is also known as the Gateway to Kerala, and with its breath-taking scenery, it is the ideal tourist destination. It is the “Crowning jewel of the state’s tourism landscape”.

Cochin Port is a cruise port and has witnessed an encouraging growth with the arrival of luxury cruise liners to its shores. The peaceful city is also one of the leading commercial centres of southern India. It is the top supplier of aromatic spices to global markets, so if you’re looking for spices for your curries this is the place to buy them. Moreover, voyagers also coveted fine sandalwood, perfumes and gold that came from this market-town. Kochi kingdom dates back to the 12th century. It is believed that Chinese and Arab traders were the first visitors to Kochi who paved the way for Portuguese and Dutch visitors, followed by the British Raj in this region. This place has been a safe haven for travel enthusiasts for several decades.



Kochi is conveniently connected to the airports of all major cities of India and to some international destinations.


Ernakulam is the nearest railhead, connected with all major cities in India


Kochi is well connected by buses and good motorable roads and highways to different cities across India