According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, Kerala, God's own country, has experienced the world's highest growth in the tourism sector. Encouraged by this, as well as projections that tourism in Kerala will grow significantly in the coming years, we enter the backwater tourism market to provide quality and luxurious service. The goal is to investigate the vast potential of backwater tourism in the state by connecting Kerala's resourceful waterways. We provide vessels to meet all needs, from luxury vessels with A/C conference halls, disco decks, and powerful music systems to ordinary tourist boats and speed boats. Kerala tourism has always been an appealing destination for a variety of reasons, including its unique geographical features, which include the Arabian Sea in the west, the Western Ghats in the east, and a network of forty-four rivers.
Wonder of Kerala
Take the route to discover Kerala's gems for the first time. Set sail on a one-of-a-kind cruise vacation to Kochi, the Queen of the Arabian Sea. Kochi formerly known as Cochin, is Kerala's commercial capital and a cosmopolitan city that has brilliantly maintained the state's distinct cultural and historical identity. Kochi is well-known as a starting point for exploring God's own country, Kerala. Kochi has a trendy and fashionable side, with skyscrapers, malls, boutiques, cafes, and plush restaurants. And then there's the other side, which is steeped in history and exudes old-world charm. Kochi, a modern reflection of India's new identity, is an intriguing mix of hilly areas and backwaters that has drawn travelers and traders for over 600 years. The city's tourism identity has become synonymous with massive Chinese fishing nets. Some well-known monuments reflect its diversity. Kochi's diversity is reflected in a 450-year-old synagogue, mosques, churches, Portuguese and Dutch-styled buildings and houses, and an old building with British architecture.
Kerala, the most serenely beautiful state in South India, is completely different from the rest of the country. Travelers from all over the world are drawn to take a Kochi city tour by its stunning backdrops, vibrant house facades, and fascinating history. Take a tour to the lovely port city of Kochi to experience the calm surroundings and pleasant weather while surrounded by lush greenery and waving palms. Learn about the specifics of your trip and discover everything you can do.
Trips along the scenic Kochi backwaters are available on our deluxe mini-cruise vessel. These vessels can carry 100 passengers and travel at a speed of 7 knots. This vessel has been in service for 14 years, and customers can take individual ticket-based trips on any given day. This is the ideal venue for hosting events such as conferences, product launches, board meetings, parties, and a variety of other business and social gatherings, thanks to amenities such as an exquisite air-conditioned conference hall, a swanky DJ floor, and a mini restaurant.
Our Boat now has new features
Air-conditioned conference hall with 40 seats.
DJ Floor equipped with a powerful music system.
Breakfast, lunch, sunset, dinner, and late-night cruise packages are available.
Ideal for conferences, meetings, product launches, board meetings, and other similar events.
You will have the chance to see all of Kochi. You will start your expedition with a sightseeing when you arrive. You will get to see the most well-known city landmarks on this tour. You will start by covering the Jewish community of Fort Cochin. This location is a popular destination for shoppers and is crowded with visitors all year long. This location, which was once home to many Jews, is well-known for the antiques that belonged to them. If you love antiques, you can also purchase some unusual ones here. You would have access to see the well-known Mattancherry Palace. Discover the intriguing history of the location through the intricate decorations and artifacts. But the Palace has four distinct wings that surround the lovely courtyard in true Keralan fashion. The temple in the courtyard has displays and portraits of the Kochi kings. The following stop on your tour is St. Francis Church. Vasco Da Gama was interred in this church, which gives it historical significance. Later, a war memorial for the Kochi soldiers who died in World War I was erected in front of the church. We intend to pick you up from Kerala Harbour at 9:00 a.m. Take a day cruise through the unique Kerala Backwaters. You will cruise through a network of narrow canals and lagoons that help to create and maintain the ecological balance in this one-of-a-kind region. We will return you to the same location at 11:00 after you have enjoyed the black waters.