Muziris revives the lost legacy to conserve and showcase a culture of 3000 years or more for posterity. Once the doorway to India for varied cultures and races including Buddhists, Arabs, Chinese, Jews, Romans, Portuguese, Dutch and even the British, Muziris has stood witness to civilisations being born, wars being waged and history being written.
Discover the ancient port city of Muziris on this private tour and witness the beauty of the city that served as an ancient port city for the traders from Greece, Egypt, Rome, and other countries.
Cabs starting at Rs 1400/- including driver bata, tolls and parking.
The island of Gothruth on the banks of river Periyar is about 4.5 sq. km in area and has a history of over 600 years. The island has been a witness to stories about culture and tradition and speaks volumes about the life style of coastal people. More than 1600 families live in this island. Festivals are so common that Gothuruth is called the “Island of Festivals”.
The Paliam Palace was once used as the residence of the Paliath Achans, who were the prime ministers to the former Maharajas of the State of Kochi. During the 16th century, when the security of the Raja was under threat by the Portuguese, the then Paliath Achan ensured the safety of the Raja by escorting him to Chendamangalam.
Kottayil Kovilakam - on the banks of the confluence of three rivers is a small hill on top of which there is a Krishna Temple, a Syrian Church, a Mosque and a Jewish Synagogue depicting the cultural harmony of Kerala. Kottayil Kovilakam at Chendamangalam, which was the seat of Kshatriya chieftains of Villarvattom is situated near the ancient Kunnathuthali temple.
to explore the cultural Muziris places.