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  • Lulu Mall Kochi

    Lulu Mall

    It is the largest shopping mall in Kochi in terms of total area.

  • Marine Drive

    Marine Drive

    A picturesque promenade in Kochi. Popular for evening strolls.

  • St. Francis Church

    St. Francis Church

    One of the oldest churches in India. It’s a landmark where the body of late legendary explorer Vasco da Gama was buried.

  • Jewish-Synagogue

    Jew Synagogue

    The Paradesi synagogue is the oldest in the Commonwealth built by the Jewish community of Cochin.

  • Chinese Fishing Nets

    Chinese Fishing Nets

    Chinese fishing nets colloquially known as Cheena vala is common sight in the backwaters of Kerala especially around Fort Kochi.

  • Fort Kochi Beach

    Fort Kochi Beach

    It’s a serene beach that offers a scenic view and natural beauty to its visitors.

Day 3: Kochi Sightseeing

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Lulu Mall

Lulu Mall Kochi

It is the largest shopping mall in Kochi in terms of total area.

Marine Drive

Marine Drive

A picturesque promenade in Kochi. Popular for evening strolls.

St. Francis Church

St. Francis Church

One of the oldest churches in India. It’s a landmark where the body of late legendary explorer Vasco da Gama was buried.

Jew Synagogue

Jewish-Synagogue

The Paradesi synagogue is the oldest in the Commonwealth built by the Jewish community of Cochin.

Chinese Fishing Nets

Chinese Fishing Nets

Chinese fishing nets colloquially known as Cheena vala is common sight in the backwaters of Kerala especially around Fort Kochi.

Fort Kochi Beach

Fort Kochi Beach

It’s a serene beach that offers a scenic view and natural beauty to its visitors.

 

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Day 1

Periyar Tiger Reserve

Entry Board of Periyar Tiger Reserve
Photo Credits: Preetha

Are you a wildlife enthusiast? Here’s a golden chance to see exotic animals roaming free! The Periyar Tiger Reserve in Thekkady is one of the 27 tiger reserves in India. The forests of Periyar has the presence of many endangered species of animals including White Tigers, Elephants, Bisons, Wild Boars, Deer, migratory birds and more. 

The reserve spreads across the dense forest, picturesque plantations and hill towns. You can explore the wilderness of the Tiger Reserve by boating, trekking or Bamboo Rafting. It is one of the oldest tiger reserves in the country.

Opening Hours: 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM ; Time Required: 2-3 hours

Entry Fees: 25/- per indian , 300 per foreign tourists , 100/- per still cameras & 250/- per vedio cameras , 50/- per person for vehicle entry; Holidays: open 365 days

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