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Que faire à Kochi

Meilleures attractions à visiter à Kochi

1. Ayurveda Shirodhara Treatment - Kochi

Ayurveda Shirodhara Treatment

This is one of the most popular therapies used for the purpose of rejuvenation of the body. This type of massage is done with a hot medicinal mixture tied up in cloth pouches and is applied on the whole body. This treatment is recuperative and healthful. This therapy endows several benefits to a healthy person as well as to the ill. Njavara Kizhi improves complexion of the skin, increases Pitha, promote digestion and restores vigour.

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2. Chinese Fishing Nets - Kochi

Chinese Fishing Nets

The unofficial emblems of Kerala’s backwaters, and perhaps the most photographed, are the half dozen or so giant cantilevered Chinese fishing nets on Fort Kochi's northeastern shore. A legacy of traders from the AD 1400 court of Kublai Khan, these enormous, spiderlike contraptions require at least four people to operate their counterweights at high tide. Modern fishing techniques are making these labour-intensive methods less and less profitable, but they supply much of the fresh lake fish you'll see on display for sale. Smaller fishing nets are dotted around the shores of Lake Vembanad – some of the best are north of Cherai Beach on Vypeen Island.

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3. Cochin Backwater Day Tours - Kochi

Cochin Backwater Day Tours

Carnival Tours & Travels arrange different types of Cochin shore excursions like Cochin Day Tours , Fort Cochin Day Tour , City Tour , Cochin Backwater Tour , Backwaters of Alappuzha by Houseboat , Cochin Harbor Cruise ,Jewish Synagogue Tours , Cultural Programs etc for the passengers arriving by cruise ships at Cochin port. Subsequently, the town has a distinct European feel, due to the fact that it was once inhabited by the Portuguese, Dutch, and English. Their influence on the town's forts, palaces, museums, and old churches is still evident today. Which is why Kochi is known as the "Queen of the Arabian Sea.

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4. Dutch Cemetery - Kochi

Dutch Cemetery

The ancient Dutch Cemetery in Fort Kochi, the oldest European cemetery in India, is a tell-tale reminder of Dutch lives lost in their quest for trade and expansion. Every tombstone has a story of a historic past, of pride, of power. The Dutch, through the Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie or the VOC) stepped on the shores of this port city in the early 1660s. In 1663 they managed to capture the fort and port from the Portuguese who had been there from 1505 onwards.

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5. Eravikulam National Park - Kochi

Eravikulam National Park

It is an ideal place for seeing the biodiversity of high elevation shola-grassland ecosystem. Visitors are taken to Rajamalai in forest dept vehicles and given an opportunity to see all this. Private vehicles are not allowed here. The National Park is usually closed at the time of calving of Nilgiri Tahr which is usually during the early months of every year. There is a very informative interpretation centre at Rajamalai. Here one can observe the Nilgiri Tahr at close quarters.

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6. Mathikettan Shola National Park - Kochi

Mathikettan Shola National Park

Mathikettan Shola National Park is a beautiful place, located in the Idukki district of the state of Kerala. The park is located between other reserve forests like Eravikulam National Park and Pampadam Shola National Park. The park is a biodiversity hotspot and plays a vital role in safeguarding wildlife in the region. Watching birds and wildlife in their natural habitat is a popular attraction among trekkers in the national park. The name of the park has been derived from a Tamil term which literally refers to ‘mind confuser’.

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7. Nilgiri Mountain Railway - Kochi

Nilgiri Mountain Railway

There are many courses that will take you to Ooty. Every more lovely than the other. In any case, there is one trek that will be carved into your psyche once you take it. A ride to Ooty on the Nilgiri Queen – the legacy prepare that chugs up without come up short each day. From Kerala, you can go to Ooty from Nilambur by street. Scale through Natukani Pass, or from Gudalur, a decision of two courses. One past the spread of Pykara supply, where you can appreciate sailing and genuinely great sustenance. One past the spread of Pykara supply, where you can appreciate drifting and genuinely great sustenance. The other course along the Mysore street is more prevalent. A ride that will take you past the beguiling Masinagudi, and Muthumala National Park. In any case, nothing contrasts and this wonderful prepare ride.

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8. Santa Cruz Basilica - Kochi

Santa Cruz Basilica

Though Fort Kochi is full of monuments that throb with history and have an unmistakable old-world charm, the Santa Cruz Basilica, one of the eight basilicas in India, makes an indelible impression on visitors. During the Dutch conquest of Cochin in 1663, all Catholic monuments, except a few, were crushed. Santa Cruz Cathedral, which was the armoury of the Dutch, was unscathed. However, it was not so lucky during the British invasion in 1795. One of the decorative granite pillars of the destroyed church is preserved as a relic in the basilica.

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9. Spice Garden - Kochi

Spice Garden

Built on a verdant land unscathed by modernization, the Shalimar Spice Garden is a perfect blend of European and Indian living without diluting the rich heritage of Kerala. Shalimar is the perfect place to be, for you to get closer to nature. The pace of life here is so easy and peaceful that even the birds and the butterflies do not seem to be in a hurry. Shalimar provides the right environment and facilities to rejuvenate your mind and body.

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10. Spice Market - Kochi

Spice Market

Though Jew Town has lost much of its earlier glory, it has retained its status as an important centre of spice trade. The exotic odour of the finest ginger, cloves, cardamom, turmeric and pepper, also known as black gold, emanate from the spice warehouses lining the street and fills it. The bustling trade of spices is evidenced in the trucks going to and away from the warehouses, loads being taken in and out using pushcarts, and the sight of workers drying, sorting and packing spices.

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