Do you know about the eye-catching beauty of Cochin

Popularly known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, this city is one of the finest natural harbors in the world and has been the center of the global spice trade for centuries. Loosely refers to a group of islands that include Old Cochin (now known as West Cochin), Willington Island, Fort Cochin, and Mattancherry.

Andhakaranazhi Beach

This beach attracts many tourists and is located in a beach village located at a distance of 4 km from Pattanakkad. The tall lighthouse in white and red attracts attention because it helps to go to the navy at night. Anthakaranasi beach is a frequent shooting site for Malayalam films, which attracts a lot of attention from the locals.

Although severely affected by the 2004 tsunami, a new bridge and aerial walkway have been built to the sea wall for a spectacular view of a spectacular sunset to delight for a lifetime.

Veeranpuzha Lake and Backwaters

Veeranpusha is one of the must visit places in Kochi, located in the northern extension of Vembanad Lake, which is a very attractive lake with a series of salt water lakes and lakes located parallel to the Malabar Coast. Popularly known as Vembanad Lake, it is surrounded by lush green paddy fields and flows towards the gentle breeze.

The area is an amalgamation of modern life, integrating life in the backyard. Angling is a popular weekend activity enjoyed by the locals, which is famous for cultivating Bokali paddy which is a special feature of Kerala.

Willingdon Island

Willington Island is one of the largest man-made islands in India, named after Lord Willington, the British Viceroy of India. This beautiful island provides various links between the port of Cochin and other national and international ports. Also, the island is home to some of the district’s most iconic hotels and commercial and industrial buildings. It is located between Ernakulam Jetty and Cochin Port and the ferry costs are INR 6.

There is a bridge that connects the mainland of Kochi with Wellington Island. The man-made island also serves as the headquarters of the Indian Southern Naval Command. Created by Sir Robert Bristow, a visionary port engineer, the island is notable for being the port of Cochin, home to the Indian Navy’s Cochin Naval Base and the Central Institute of Fisheries Technology. In addition to business purposes, the island has a museum and natural habitats.

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