Kerala in India is regarded as ‘Gods Own Country” and by all means the name suits it perfectly as Kerala is a treasure trove of natural paradise. The port city of Kerala, Kochi is immensely beautiful and its natural beauty is not only restricted to its ports, being at the foothill of the UNESCO declared world heritage site, Kochi boasts of lush hills, undulating terrains, cascading waterfalls, spice and coffee gardens and rolls of greenery. The most popular trekking tours in Cochin are Munnar and Vagamon, some also venture out to Thattekad Bird Sanctuary to hike short trails usually leading to beautiful waterfalls. Every year, Kochi sees a lot of tourists visiting the city and indulges in typical sightseeing. In the recent years adventure lovers have treaded into the city who like exploring quite off the beaten path routes away from the urban crowd of the big city. Kochi is filled with scenic nature trails and hidden, unexplored pathways which has been unexplored and untouched for years and that is the reason why trekking in Kochi gives one absolute pleasure.
Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams namely, Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, the whole region is characterised by its lush acres of tea plantations, streams, rivers, hillocks and dense forests. Enjoy half day or full day treks and camping trips across various regions like Wayanad, Chinnar wildlife sanctuary, Marayoor valley and many more scenic areas, tourists can also avail packages from the numerous offbeat activities that is offered in Kochi. While serious trekkers would undertake only treks, there are options for people who like combining the joy of trekking in Cochin with camp stays and many more interesting activities.