Top Family-Friendly Vacation Spots in India You Should Visit

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India is a beautiful country to visit with your family. Every aspect of this place is spectacular, the sceneries, foo, culture, architecture, and even the people. This country has many places to visit every season. Additionally, the best part of travelling is you do not have to do it alone, so bring your family along and have fun exploring the country. Plus, it is more fun to travel and try new things together.

So, here is a list of notable vacation destinations we think you should consider visiting.

Andaman

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The Coral Reef at the Andaman Islands – Wikimedia

Andaman, previously known as Kaalapani, is a top-rated holiday destination and is often chosen by tourists visiting India. The beaches you will see in Andaman are often claimed to be one of the best beaches in Asia. With the beautiful white sand and the bright blue sea water, you and your family will have views from day to night.

In Andaman, you will be able to do water-related activities such as scuba diving, kayaking, and snorkelling. In addition, Andaman boasts a beautiful collection of coral reefs where you can swim among tropical fish and colourful corals. Not only that, but Andaman even has luscious green rainforests and an active volcano that will make your pictures on your Xiaomi phone even better.

Jim Corbett National Park

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If you and your family like adventurous activities and being surrounded by nature, you should head over to Jim Corbett National Park. The Jim Corbett National Park is India’s oldest national park and is located amidst the foothills of the Himalayas. 

There, you can stay at a popular wildlife resort where you will be able to see wild animals roaming about. In addition, you will get the chance to schedule a fascinating tour to see the tigers at Corbett Tiger Reserve. Besides, you can even book a safari tour where the tour operator will take you to common animal sightings.

While visiting this national park, it is also recommended to visit Naini Lake for a peaceful boat ride. Continue your trip by visiting the Govind Ballabh Pant Zoo, which houses even more creatures. There is also the chance of going up to Tiffin top, where you can take a panoramic view of the Himalayas.

Ooty

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Ooty is in Tamil Nadu and is one of the most popular hill stations. It offers you and your family dazzling visual pleasures as well as soul-stirring experiences. This is a good place for your family’s travelling album as the places boasts beautiful places that you can capture with a Polaroid camera

This charming vacation place is also speckled with wooden cottages and tall oak trees. Ooty features a gorgeous botanical garden that houses a 20-million-year-old fossilised tree. The place is well kept, evident in the well-maintained lawns and rare flora species around the space

A waterfall is also around the area where you can walk around and enjoy the beautiful garden. In addition, there is a lake garden right by a fibreglass dome, making a beautiful backdrop for your social media photos.

Agra

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Next on the list, you and your family should plan a visit to Agra. This city is the home of the famous Taj Mahal, which is a UNESCO registered heritage site. Besides that, other equally amazing architecture like the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri are also located in this city.

Moreover, if you stay long enough in Agra, you can watch the light and sound show held at the Agra Port. Not only that, but there is also a Persian-style garden called Mehtab Bagh that you can stroll around with your family to relax.

In addition, you can enjoy your lunch from a wide variety of dishes while marvelling at the sights of Agra. Other than delicious food, there are many shops around for you to get some souvenirs to bring home.

Puri

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Puri is another great destination for families to visit. This beautiful city is mostly untouched and much calmer than most tourist destinations until Jagannath Yatra, which is one of the many festivals that are celebrated in India.

Puri is a calm and breezy city even in the summer, making it ideal for beach vacations. Moreover, the Chilka Lake, a large saltwater lagoon where migratory birds can be viewed, is also located in this city. Aside from the tourist attractions, this city is an excellent spot for you and your family to engage with the spiritual selves.

Kerala

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Kerala is one of the most popular destinations in India for families. It is known for its coconut trees, lush natural environment, and diverse flora and wildlife. Beaches and lovely vistas are also available at this holiday destination.

Munnar, Kerala’s picturesque hill station, is worth visiting while you are there. The Alleppey backwaters and the Kovalam Beach can be found in this Indian state. Because of its shallow sea and mild tidal waves, the beach is particularly popular with western tourists.

Furthermore, if you and your family love animals, do not miss the experience of giving a bath to the elephants in Kerala. Finally, end your trip by tasting a range of tea flavours and even observing the tea-making process first-hand on a tea plantation. Sounds interesting, right?

India is a lovely country for you and your family to venture to for a short vacation. However, it is important to do a little research before deciding on the vacation destination. This is because there are various destination options to choose from; peaceful beaches and bustling cities. This further proves that India is a wonderful place to visit you and your family.

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