Kerala Family Tours
If you are searching for a place that will be equal parts enjoyable and inexpensive, you can choose Kerala. The landscape is a combination of beaches, low lands, midlands and high lands. Hence you can enjoy various activities, like swimming in the sea, safari through the forest and trekking through the mountain ranges imbibing the captivating sights. Moreover, the south Indian state has a rich culture and history. Traveling to Kerala is thus an opportunity to educate your children and have fun doing it. Funday Holidays, one of the best travel and tour agencies in Kerala, can provide you with tour packages that satisfy your needs. We also take care not to lighten your wallet in the process.
The beaches in Kerala are famous for their captivating ambiance. The blue sea incessantly lashing on the shore is as musical as the beach carpeted with golden sand is picturesque. You can enjoy the sunset from here. The sight of the crimson sun going down on the sea and the sunlight slowly seeping out of the sky will soothe your soul. Swimming, sunbathing, and beach volley are the most preferred activities in the region. You can play some games with your children on the beach and make them excited.
Backwaters are another attraction in Kerala. Many rivers, lakes, and interconnected canals adorn the Alappuzha district. Hence the place is aptly called The Venice of the East. Make sure to include a houseboat ride in your Kerala tour packages so that you can fully imbibe the beauty of backwaters. Cruising in the houseboats — unique boats with all the facilities including kitchen, bedroom, washroom, and sit-outs — enjoying the special Kerala meals is an inexplicable joy. The view of the turquoise blue lake, bordered with emerald green shores, is enchanting. Sitting in the boat with a cool breeze rustling your hair and enjoying the rejuvenating smell of fresh air will make you relaxed.
Kerala also has many historical places and monuments that proclaim its rich heritage. The megalithic stone dolmens of Marayoor, prehistoric cave paintings at Edakkal, and burial sites in Chowannur dating back to 6000BC are worth a visit. You will be amazed by the religious places like Kottukal cave temple, Thiruvanchikkulam shiva temple, Thazhathangadi mosque, St. Thomas church at Palayoor, all of which survived for more than 1000 years. Kerala has also preserved colonial-era buildings and churches. The centuries-old palaces in the land testify to the architectural brilliance and craftsmanship of the native sculptors. Thus a family tour to Kerala will be an opportunity to enlighten your children about the history and heritage of the land.
Because of the many thick forests covering the land, trekking and wildlife safari are the most sought-after activities in Kerala. The lush green forests are filled with rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. Hence the government of Kerala has declared these forests are protected regions. There are five national parks and eighteen wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala, out of which Parambikulam and Periyar are tiger reserves. When you are on a safari through the forest, you get an opportunity to experience tranquility and appreciate the beauty of wildlife. As many rare varieties of migratory and indigenous birds are found in the region, the place is a paradise for bird watchers. You can teach your children about different ecosystems and the need for conserving nature in these trips.
If you want to amuse your children, there are many amusement and water theme parks in Kerala. You can spend a whole day in Wonderla, rated one of the best amusement parks in India. The activities in the park include land rides and water rides. Roller coaster, Flash tower, Recoil, and so on get your adrenalin pumping. Children will enjoy the water adventures like Wave Pool and Rain Disco. When you see the grin of your kids, you will be happy that you decided to spend a day in the park on your Kerala family tour package.
Many are concerned about the weather in Kerala. The land has a moderately hot and humid climate. Except for the summer season, which falls between March to May, the weather is pleasant. However, October to January is deemed the best time to visit Kerala as it is the winter season. Nevertheless, you can visit hill stations like Munnar, Thekkady, and so on during the summer as the temperature in these areas are moderate even on the hottest days.
Thus the natural beauty, historical monuments, wildlife, and the charm of backwaters and beaches will make your Kerala Family tour exciting. It will be a time you will cherish forever.