Diwali Tour Packages To Kerala
Diwali is a time for celebration. The Festival of lights commemorates the victory of good over evil. For people from different faiths, like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and so on, the five days of celebration have religious and cultural significance. It is also the time to take a step back from the hectic life, take a deep breath, and enjoy the long-awaited vacation. A visit to a nice place will make you equal parts happy and rejuvenated.
If you have never traveled to south India, Diwali is the best time to do so. As it is wintertime, the climate here is pleasant. Hence, you can have a great time without the fear of sunburn. It is also the perfect time to visit the beaches in Kerala. The long stretch of seashore carpeted with golden sand and bordered with greenery assumes its full glory during this time. You will surely enjoy a swim in the sea, the music of incessant waves lashing on the shore, and the view of sunlight slowly seeping out of the sky during the sunset. You may also enjoy our Kerala tour packages that take you through all the attractions in the land, like the hill stations, historical places, jungles, and a houseboat ride through the backwaters.
If you feel like traveling through the northern part of India, you can do that during Diwali. Many places beckon tourists with their scenic beauty. The Dal Lake and Mughal gardens at Srinagar, the snow-covered peaks of Gulmarg, and the landscape resembling that of Europe in Yasmarg are some of the places where you can imbibe the beauty of Kashmir. Uttarakhand is also worth a visit for its stunning hill station of Mussoorie and the ancient holy towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh. If you enjoy the view of the majestic Himalayas, you can head to Himachal Pradesh. The tourist spots like Kullu and Manali and the trekking paths of Mcleod Ganj are sure to take your breath away.
For history lovers, a tour through the most important historical places in India is worth it. The stunning Taj Mahal, the centuries-old Red Fort, and the holy golden temple of Amritsar are not the only attractions in India. Many relatively lesser-known monuments await the history enthusiast in you. The awe-inspiring palaces in Rajasthan, 2000-year-old Ajanta, and Ellora caves, the temples at Mahabalipuram, and the remains of the Vijayanagara kingdom at Hampi are but a few places that you will find exciting. Funday Holidays help you by creating a customized list of places after understanding your preferences.
In the event that you get a long vacation for Diwali, you can consider visiting a foreign country. Leaving behind the familiar and getting to know a different culture and lifestyle is a great way to widen your worldview. It also gives you experiences that shape your character. Moreover, a journey to the unknown land is an adventure in itself and you can take a break from the drab life and feel more alive than ever. Maldives, Dubai, and so on are some of the countries you can visit without lightening your wallet. Thus Diwali will be a celebration that you will cherish for a long time.