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India, the land of great diversity, promises an adventure of a lifetime to people. From the shores of Bay of Bengal in the East to the Gulf of Kutch in the West, and from the incredible Himalayan range in the North to the shimmering coastline of Indian Ocean in the South, India is home to a number of family-friendly holiday destinations presenting countless terrific experiences for all.


Jaipur, Rajasthan

The Pink City of India, Jaipur boasts a rich cultural heritage. A number of architectural marvels like forts, palaces and temples, perfectly manicured gardens, beautiful courtyards, and museums draw the attention of travellers. Enticing you with a visit to the City Palace, Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort and Hawa Mahal, the city offers more than just a peek into the incredible historical wealth of the country.

Munnar, Kerala

Pleasant climate and natural beauty make Munnar a lovely holiday destination in South India. This hill station in Western Ghats is an ideal place for honeymooners as well as families to relax and indulge in exciting activities. It is one of the world’s highest tea growing centres; you can wander around tea plantations and learn the process of tea extraction here. Wildlife sanctuaries, elephant rides and activities like boating, trekking and paragliding ensure thrilling times for the travellers. Some of the prominent tourist spots here include Punarjani Traditional Village, Tea Museum and St. Anthony’s Statue.

Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Once the summer capital of British India, Shimla remains one of the most popular retreats in India for family holidays. The natural beauty and colonial architecture of the town are a treat for the sore eyes. Families can do a lot of interesting things here including enjoying a toy train ride from Kalka to Shimla, shopping at the stores on the Mall Road, discovering the Johnnie’s Wax Museum etc. You can explore the landscape around the Jahkoo Hill with your kids and visit some major holiday spots such as The Ridge, Rashtrapati Niwas, Christ Church and Shimla Heritage.

Jim Corbett, Uttarakhand

The oldest national park in India, Jim Corbett is one of the most adventurous holiday destinations in India, drawing the attention of millions of wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world. This place presents a wonderful opportunity for travellers to enjoy the gifts of the nature. You would love to embark on jeep safaris and spot the rich wildlife of the region. While the park is most famous for offering the sightings of the Royal Bengal Tiger, you can spot several other animal species here as well.

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