Kumbalangi is a model fishing village and tourism spot located in the south-west of Kochi and it is surrounded by the backwaters of Vembanad lake. The major attraction of Kumbalangi is the fishing activities and the Chinese fishing nets cover the whole island. The land here is separated from the water by a wide array of mangroves and this provides a breeding ground for much small fish as well as prawns and oysters.


Kumbalangi offers you an inside peek into the rural life of the villagers and it is a must-see destination as it has been transformed to an eco-tourism village, making it a first of its kind in the country. Enjoy the engaging activities of the villagers as they prepare coconut milk punch, weave rugs, catch crabs and fish, and also process shellfish and coconut fibers. You can also witness some unique sights such as ola medical (making roof coverings using special coconut leaves) and making fishing nets.

You will have a delicious lunch with local specialties in an open-air area where you can suck in the cool air. Kumbalangi tour village would be incomplete without a Kolkali performance, a local traditional dance in which the dancers move in a circle. You will return back to the Port after a refreshing tour in Kumbalangi.


08:00 AM: Pick up from Hotel

09:30 AM: Visit to Kumbalangi Village

01:00 PM: Back to Hoel


The tranquil village of Kumbalangi is famous for village tourism. So as you can expect, this village offers tourists an ideal village life experience. During your day tour, you will enjoy backwaters cruises, get to meet villagers and visit farms. You will also enjoy beautiful sights of fishing, toddy tapping and coir-making. The Kerala style lunch and evening snacks with tea will make sure the experience feels complete.


Experience authentic village life in Kumbalangy, an island-village near Cochin Bask in the pleasant atmosphere of the village upon entering Kalenchery Island Enjoy a delicious local lunch with crunchy papadam, banana, and jackfruit chips Travel effortlessly with the round-trip hotel transfers for Cochin


Frequently Asked Questions About Things To Do In Kochi

Is it safe to travel to Kochi during COVID times?

You need to follow all the mandatory guidelines mentioned by the government such as maintaining social distance, wearing a mask at public places, washing or sanitizing hands after entry & exit, etc.

What are the things to do in Kochi?

Some of the popular things to do in Kochi are:
1. Visiting ancient churches like The Paradesi Synagogue
2. Exploring the Portuguese architecture
3. Tasting authentic Kerala cuisine
4. Enjoying a cruise tour

What is famous for shopping in Kochi?

Some of the best things to shop in Kochi:
1. Spices
2. Handicraft products
3. Kerala’s local snacks

Is Kochi a good place to visit?

Yes, Kochi is an amazing port city in Kerala. This place displays an amalgamation of the past and the present through its architecture. Kochi is worth visiting to understand the culture of Kerala.

What is Kochi famous for?

Kochi is famous for being a trading port in the history and modern city in the present. Kochi was a prime spice trading center from India during the 14th century. It is often addressed as the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’. Kochi is also one of the first European colonies in India. The traces of its past still remain in the form of the fort and other architectural symbols.

What is there to do at night in Kochi?

Here are some of the best things to do in Kochi at night:
1. Spend time at the Marine Drive
2. Eat at a Thattu Kada
3. Hang out at the popular bars and cafes like Chillax Cafe
4. Dance at the DJ night at Glow Discotheque

What is the best time to visit Kochi?

October to March is the best time to visit Kochi. Though the city remains hot and humid all year round, during these months the weather is pleasant.

How can I reach Kochi?

Here are the ways to reach Kochi:
By Air: The Cochin international airport is in Kochi is well connected from different parts of the country and world.
By Rail: Ernakulam Junction railway station is the nearest railway station to Kochi.


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