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Cheap Flights to kochi

Planning is the key when it comes to travel whether for business or leisure. Hence, to make your travel experience more comfortable and economical, browse through Safar Mentor’s budget flight deals to Kochi. The Cochin International Airport is your gateway to the city that serves many major domestic and international airlines including Air India, Alliance Air, IndiGo, Go First, SpiceJet, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, and much more.

From historic monuments & museums to unspoiled beaches, and sacred old temples to cascading waterfalls and lakes, Kochi has something for every kind of traveler. And to explore all under the lowest prices, a countless number of travelers from many major Indian cities like Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, and Mumbai, choose from our extensive range of best deals and discounts on flight tickets to Kochi that fulfill your travel needs and comfort.

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01h 15m Nonstop
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Fast Fact About kochi

kochi IATA Code


Airport in kochi

Cochin International Airport

Airlines Serving

IndiGo, GoFirst, Vistara, Air India

Price Range

Rs 3,725 - Rs 7,531

Avg Temp.

24 ℃ to 33 ℃

Airlines Flying To kochi

About Kochi

Also known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi is the best all-season harbor destination to visit in Kerala. The city is historically recognized as the landing port of the Portuguese, Dutch, and English merchants that dates back a minimum of 600 years. This cosmopolitan town has upbeat shops, fine art galleries, restaurants, ancient palaces, old temples, and several historic sites. For a more thrilling travel experience, the town offers boating and a serene stay in a houseboat on the backwaters of Kerala. Also, nourish your body with an Ayurvedic Spa and loosen up that flexibility by joining a Yoga class at any Ayurvedic centers and resorts situated in the city.

Best Time to Visit Kochi

Low Season

The summer from April to June is harshly hot and the monsoon brings heavy rainfall with extreme humidity, hence the off-season for tourists in Kochi. However, several important festivals are celebrated during these months like Onam in August-September, The Passover Jewish Festival in March-April, and so on.

Peak Season

From October to February is the best time to visit Kochi. Apart from pleasant weather with winter breezes, get ready to witness the most colorful festival of Kochi- Cochin Carnival celebrated in December every year, attracting thousands of travelers from all around the world.

Things to Do in Kochi

  • Dive into the underwater wildlife when Scuba Diving in Chullickal town in Kochi.
  • One of the most popular adventurous water sports in Kochi is Water Skiing. Explore the chill waves and soak in the view of lush vistas at Cherai Beach.
  • Go on an energetic bicycle ride and explore the narrow streets and broad sideways by the beaches and capture the old parts of the city.
  • Try your hand at Kayaking at Fort Kochi. Spend a peaceful time with yourself floating on the waves.
  • Cherai Beach in Kochi is no short of activities when it comes to fun, and another such sport is Banana Boat Rides.
  • Experience the thrill and chills of the woods when Trekking on the outskirts of Pindimana Village, where it is believed that Tipu Sultan with his army dispersed in the floodwater.
  • Visit several historic and ancient sights including Paradesi Synagogue, Santa Cruz Basilica, Kathakali Center, Folklore Museum, and much more.

Best Places to Visit in Kochi

Situated on the Malabar Coast bordering the Laccadive Sea, Kochi or Cochin is one of the most picturesque destinations to visit in Kerala. The place holds great historic significance in trading dating back to the 14th century and hence offers numerous best tourist places to explore for historians and nature lovers. Whether a family holiday, a solo trip, or a romantic getaway, there are a plethora of things to do and see like Shiva Temple, Fort Kochi Beach, Athirapally Falls, Museum of Kerala History, Willingdon Island- one of India’s largest man-made islands, and more.

 Cherai Beach
Cherai Beach

Blessed with lush greenery, golden sand beaches, and coconut trees all around, Cherai Beach is the perfect destination to visit in Kochi for calm surroundings and indulging in fun activities. Located on the Vypin Islands, it is a perfect confluence point of the sea and backwaters and hence offers stunning sunset views. Capture the postcard-perfect scenery of green surroundings, various seashells, and fishing nets. In addition to fun and thrill, the beach offers several outdoor & water sports like speed-boating, canoeing, snorkeling, and water scooter rides.

    Mattancherry Palace
Mattancherry Palace

Built by the Portuguese around the mid-16th century, this is the most iconic attraction to see in Kochi. Also known as Dutch Palace, the architecture of the palace resembles the typical traditional art and style of Kerala houses and attracts a number of visitors from all around the world every day. The palace, like every house in Kerala, has a courtyard and a couple of Hindu temples dedicated to Goddess Bhagavati, Lord Shiva, and Lord Krishna. The palace also houses ancient tools belonging to the royals of Kochi.

    Hill Palace
Hill Palace

Hill Palace Museum is the largest archaeological museum in Kochi that has been a great tourist attraction to visit in the city. Built-in traditional Kerala-style architecture, the palace now houses a museum, a deer park, a medicinal garden, a pre-historic park, and a kid’s park. The palace once used to be the home of the Maharaja of Kochi and now displays ornaments, weapons, ancient manuscripts, and other things belonging to the royal family. The palace is also a popular backdrop for many regional movies and offers perfect photographic surroundings.

  Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary
Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary

Located in the heart of Kochi city, Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary is a popular place among wildlife lovers and photographers. Home to many rare and endangered wildlife and flora species, the sanctuary is home to hundreds of thousands of Mangrove and teak trees and various species of migratory and homey birds, including Eurasian Otter, Indian Flying Fox, flying squirrels, painted bat, and much more. Apart from rich plantations and wildlife, you may witness species of aquatic animals as well including Malabar swamp eel, striped panchax, orange chromide, and so on.

Folklore Museum
Folklore Museum

If you’re into art and history, then Folklore Museum is an ideal place for you to visit on your day trip to Kochi. The museum is solely dedicated to the ancient and traditional Folk Art, Tribal art, education, history, martial arts, culture, and heritage of South India. The complex is divided into three floors: Ground Floor for storing artifacts from Malabar, First Floor preserves the collection from the epoch of Portuguese in Kochi, and the Second Floor houses an art collection from Travancore.

Ernakulam Mahadev Temple
Ernakulam Mahadev Temple

Another major pilgrimage attraction in South India is Ernakulam Mahadev Temple lying in the heart of Kochi city. It is one of the oldest Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, which is typically made in Kerala-style architecture out of woods, stones, and metals on the exterior and beautiful carvings and wall paintings on the interior. The best time to visit the temple is during the Uthsavam of Shiva, a grand temple festival celebrated annually from January-February. Along with the various folk performance, the Pakalpooram and Arattu are the major attractions of the festival.

Airport Serving in Kochi

Kochi Airports Cochin International Airport

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Frequently Asked Questions about Kochi

Q.What are the major airlines operating in Kochi?
IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Air India airlines operate a maximum number of flights to and from Kochi with around 1190 flights flying weekly serving about 33 airlines from many major domestic and international destinations.
Q.How long is the average flight time to Kochi?
The average flight time to Kochi is approximately 1 hour and 03 minutes to 3 hours and 15 minutes if booking an up to one-stop flight from main cities like Delhi and Mumbai.
Q.What are the cheapest months to book a flight to Kochi?
According to the reports, the months of the summer and monsoon season from April to May and July and September are the cheapest months to fly to Kochi, since the weather remains hot and humid with heat and heavy rainfall respectively.
Q.What is the best time to visit Kochi?
The months of October to March are considered to be the best time to visit Kochi and witness the rich greenery and picturesque vast vistas all around. It is also the time when the place celebrates several major festivals in Kochi including Aluva Sivarathri in February-march, Chandanakkudam in January, and so on.
Q.How can I check my flight status to Kochi?
First, get a confirmed flight booking to Kochi with your preferred airlines, it is easier to keep track of your flight. Just log into the airline’s website, fill in the details under the Flight Status page, and get all the real-time information about the flight.
Q.How can I find the best flight deal to Kochi?
For the best minimum travel deals and discounts, book your flight tickets to Kochi in advance, at least 21 to 45 days before your planned departure date with flexible dates. For more information, call our travel professionals at Safar Mentor and grab the lowest fare air offers today!