Blog Posts - Fort Kochi



Fort Kochi : A Night Photowalk

Its been a long while I have taken you for a photowalk. So here comes a night walk through the walkways of Fort Cochin with its iconic fishing net as backdrop to introduce you to some Fort Kochi ‘night life’. I love to chase light. So whe...
by PhoTrablogger on Mar 16, 2016

Kochi – The Queen of Arabian Sea

If a city in India is worthy of being called as a true hub for expats, Kochi the southern lagoon is hosting the visitors from last 600 years. Be it Chinese, Dutch, British or Portuguese, Kochi – the Queen of Arabian Sea has been the preferred c...
by bookahotel weblog on Aug 29, 2015

Kochi Muziris Biennale

Read the original post on desi Traveler - India Travel Blog. Family- Nature- Photography Kochi Muziris Biennale A day walking in Fort Kochi for Kochi Muziris Biennale Recently in a twitter chat a question was asked : Which city (that you’ve vi...
by Desi Traveler on Feb 18, 2015

Neemrana in Fort Kochi – A Tale of Two Hotels

During my visit to Fort Kochi last month, I stayed in 16th and 17th century bungalows that also hosted the likes of Vasco da Gama, governers of Portugese and Dutch administration, a French Admiral and a British Major. About a month ago, universe...
by India Travel Blog on Nov 1, 2014

Fishermen of Fort Kochi, Kerala

Fort Kochi’s sea-face is more known for its Chinese Fishing Nets. But there is plenty of activity that goes on regularly around these nets. On the beach next to it, you usually sea fishermen throwing nets, standing on the shore. And near the th...
by India Travel Blog on Mar 21, 2014

Fort Kochi Beach

People don’t say that Kerala is one of the favourite places to be at for nothing. Not only is it one of the coolest holiday destinations but it is also culturally rich. It is the land where people celebrate many festivals with pomp and ceremony reg...
by India Travel Blog on Feb 16, 2014

India, the Most Desired Tourism Country

India, a land of various attributes, and therefore the better part is that every of 1 of them plays an important role in its culture, its beauty and ton of alternative things. Republic of India is legendary for heaps however here square measure few o...

Mountains or Sea?

For a long time I thought I liked both the mountains and sea equally. Then came an opportunity when I could have gone to either and I picked up the mountains. After the Everest Base Camp Trek there was no doubt, I am much more of a mountain person th...
by Travel Tales from India on Nov 29, 2013

Sky Watch Friday- Sunset at Fort Kochi, Kerala

In spite of having traveled so much this year it seems I am running out of sky pictures! The good bit is that I am heading out again tomorrow, just me and my daughter. Till I click new ones, here is a sunset from Fort Kochi. Sunset at Kochi, Kerala,...
by Travel Tales from India on Oct 10, 2013

Beaches of Kerala

Best Beaches of Kerala One of the very overlooked beaches in India are those within their state of Kerala. Many individuals overlook these beaches due to the backwater tributaries located  Full Article »...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 7, 2013

10 Things to Do around Fort Kochi, Kerala

It is difficult to believe that all I spent were measly 4 days in Kochi and the backwaters. I had so much fun in those four days, it feels like I was there at least for 10 days! So here are 10 things I thought were a lot of fun to do in Kochi and [..
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 26, 2013

Kerala backwaters

One of the major tourist attractions of India is the Kerala backwaters. The backwaters continue to about 1500 kms. They are a string of links of canals and lagoons which are natural and manmade. The large network of waterways is interconnected with s...
by India Travel Blog on Aug 19, 2013

The Story of 4 Weekends

I will tell a story today. It is of 4 weekends and if it makes you a little jealous, do read it out till the end. I will start from weekend no 4. I was traveling in Kerala (on invitation from Travspire) on that weekend. I did kayaking, enjoyed the...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 12, 2013

Lazy Sunday Photo- CTD Temple Pond, Fort Kochi, Kerala

I had limited time in Fort Kochi. I initially tried to walked around the city but gave up soon. I then hired an auto and the driver, Sabu Babu took me around. CTD Temple Pond, Fort Kochi, Kerala  He took me to Cochin Thirumala Devaswom Temple also k...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 3, 2013

Sky Watch Friday- Chinese Fishing Nets at Fort Kochi, Kerala

I recently visited Fort Kochi on Travspire’s invitation and what a trip it was! I had only two evenings at Fort Kochi and the first of it was devoted to watching a Kathakali dance performance. So I had only one evening for the Chinese Fishing N...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 1, 2013

Sky Watch Friday- Chinese Fishing Nets at Fort Kochi, Kerala

I recently visited Fort Kochi on Travspire’s invitation and what a trip it was! I had only two evenings at Fort Kochi and the first of it was devoted to watching a Kathakali dance performance. So I had only one evening for the Chinese Fishing N...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 1, 2013

Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, Fort Kochi, Kerala

At Fort Kochi you can sense history, it is around around you in the air. You find things Jew, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese and British all within short distance of each-other right here in India. I visited Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica on a overcast ev...
by Travel Tales from India on Jul 28, 2013

Best of Kerala Beaches

India is one of the most neglected in the beaches are to be found in the state of Kerala. Many people overlook the backwater of these shores for the sake of the tax is set according to its own 900 along the coast of the sea coast, downtown, infatuate...
by India Travel Blog on Jun 25, 2013

Fort Kochi, a melting pot of spices and culture

“Can I take you to the spice market”?, a voice uttered from a rickshaw stand the moment I got down from the bus at “Fort Kochi”; I had to gobble up my laugh and shook my head as a sign of saying no and I walked past only thinking  that the p...
by Rediscovering India on Feb 5, 2013

Sun, sand and the muck

The HinduShacks made of plastic sheets have mushroomed all along the Fort Kochi beach and the Vasco Da Gama Square. Here, a shack curtains heritage structures in the locale. Prime tourist spot Fort Kochi suffers from commercialisationFort Kochi,...
by Kerala Travel News on Jan 21, 2013


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