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When it comes to getting around in Cochin, the first thing you need to know is that the names Cochin and Ernakulam are used interchangeably.
Planning for backwater holidays? Here is how to reach Cochin.
True, there are several tourist attractions in town, but a few of the places to visit in Cochin surroundings worth a look too.
It is easy to get confused about the backwaters in Cochin and holidaying there.
Are you searching for the best tourist attractions in Cochin? Here they are.
Few shrines have the antiquity or religious significance of Kottiyoor temple in Kannur.
Some of the best beaches in Kerala are well known, while a few are true hidden gems.
Eco point, the sightseeing spot near Munnar, is good for boating as well.
Mattuppetty dam is a popular sightseeing location about half an hour drive from Munnar.
Sunrise Valley is one of the most scenic spots in Wyanad.
Phantom Rock is a natural attraction located about 2 kms from Ambalavayal town in Wayanad.
Cheeyappara waterfall is a road side attraction that will captivate you while travelling along Cochin – Munnar highway.
Valara waterfall is only a stone’s throw away from Cochin – Munnar highway.
Almost all the waterfalls in Kannur are located in the forests of the east.
Nilambur tourism is on a swell, thanks to great geography and the potential to cover several tourist places in one go.