The Gokulam Park, Kochi

Getting there

Airport: 28kms (17 miles)
Railway Station: 0.2kms (0.12 miles)
Hospital: 0kms (Opp.to the Property)
Kochi Marine Drive: 2kms (1.24 miles)
Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium: 1kms (0.62miles)

By Air
Indian Airlines and Jet Airways connect Kochi with regular flights to Mumbai, Delhi, Goa, Chennai, Trivandrum, Hyderabad and Bangalore. Kochi now also has an International Airport.

By Rail
Kochi has three important railheads, namely, Harbour Terminus on Willingdon Island, Ernakulam town and Ernakulam Junction. Ernakulam Junction is well connected to all cities in India. There are frequent rail services between Harbor Terminus to Junction.

By Road
Kochi is very well serviced by a network of National and State Highways connecting it to all major centers of southern India. It is 230 km from Trivandrum, 295 km from Ooty and 200 km from Periyar.

Kochi Local Information:
A typical Kerala town, Cochin is particularly pretty and serene. Not only blessed by nature, the town is blessed with the best of infrastructure too. It was this natural attractiveness of the town that attracted foreigners to the land from far and wide. It is this influence of foreign lands that can still be seen in the culture and architecture of the region. A natural harbor, the town is pretty with lagoons, canals and fishing villages. The beauty of the backwaters is especially enchanting and are rewarding anytime. Believed to be the oldest European settlement in India, Cochin still retains the old world charm and attracts tourists with its colonial feel. European influence can best be witnessed at Mattancherry Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, Jew Town, Fort Kochi Area and St. Francis Church. One needs some quiet days in hand to fully enjoy the beauty of Kochi. Food is another thing one can look forward too. Seafood is always a special fare here. For shopping lovers Kochi streets are ever full of surprises.