Picture this: Standing by the shores of the sea while watching a flying helicopter carry a jeep across. This makes for quite an unusual sight to watch in many other locations, but not in Kochi. In fact, you will probably see this spectacle with the huge naval cargo and warships as the backdrop in Kochi. The shores and sea are dotted with numerous fishermen boars that keep bobbing atop the waves. While the seabirds continue to scavenge for their food, it is time for you to head toward the distinct fragrance of cardamom, cinnamon, and vanilla pods. Explore Kochi like never before by following these three types of paths.
Kochi is the central hub of culture, tradition, art, and religion. One will find all the major religions of India and people from different sections of the society living in harmony with each other. Explore the spiritual path of Kochi by starting the trip at the Hewish Synagogue called the Mattancherry Synagogue or the Paradesi Synagogue. Quite a charming place, this religious hub is a symbol of the city’s multiplicity and was built in 1568. ‘Paradesi’ refers to the foreigners or in this case the Jews from Arab and European countries, who would visit Kochi for trading purpose.