Kerala is well connected to Europe by some of the best international airlines, with Cochin (Kochi) as the main gateway.

From time immemorial, the Arabs, British, Chinese, Dutch, and Portuguese have left indelible marks on the history and development of Cochin. This little town is the center of Indian spice trade for over 600 years and the aromas still fill the air as you walk through the traditional markets. Home to the Jews since the times of King Solomon with one of the oldest synagogues in the world, a tour of Cochin is an interesting blend of Dutch, Chinese and Jewish sights.

From Cochin you will move on to the backwater resort area of Kumarakom, a serene, emerald green peninsula set in the backdrop of Vembanad Lake, which is dotted with numerous traditional rice boats, rafts and canoes. This backwater spot is abundant with flora and fauna, being especially rich in marine life.
From here we cruise the backwaters in traditional styled house boats, stopping by local fishing communities or visiting local schools. Also take the time to visit the famed Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, an ornithologist's paradise.

The arts and crafts of this vibrant region are entwined in a program filled with fun tuk-tuk rides, leisurely boat trips, and journeys of explorations.
Kerala is a gourmand’s delight with seafood being aplenty.
The festivities of temple events are world famous for their pageantry.
Add in a mind-blowing energetic experience where your guests take part in the world’s largest team sport, the Snake Boat race and the trip will give memories to last a lifetime.

Experience “God’s own Country” in the award winning Creative way.

For more information, please contact Mr Rajeev Kohli at india@euromic.com