5 Ways to Experience the Best of Nature in South India With Family
Experiences - Jun 07, 2018

5 Ways To Experience The Best Of Nature In South India With Family

The southern part of India is made up of several states including Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh, as well as the union territories of Lakshadweep and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Each of these places has been bestowed with gorgeous natural landscapes that are perfect holiday destinations in India for those who love the outdoors. For those who want to explore South India and have a penchant for Mother Nature, here are some experiences that will make for a great family vacation!

1. Set out on a mangrove trail in Pichavaram

Sprawled across 3,000 acres is this second-largest mangrove jungle in the world that is located in Tamil Nadu. It is an amazing place to teach your kids about these unique plants and watch the gorgeous Bay of Bengal in all its glory. 200 species of birds, 15 varieties of trees, turtles, fish, and many more creatures that are underwater call this place home, and are sure to delight your kids.

2. Stay amidst tea plantations

Nestled in fragrant tea plantations, the gorgeous Club Mahindra Munnar resort is the abode of utter comfort and relaxation. Sip on fresh brews as you take in the natural beauty of its stunning views. Each of its spacious rooms offers modern amenities that will ensure you have a great stay with family. Make sure to binge on local delicacies at the in-house restaurant of Munnar resort! Plan a vacation with Club Mahindra today & have a pleasant and memorable stay at Munnar resort in Kerala with family.

3. Embark on an underwater adventure in Havelock Island

One of the most famous islands of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is Havelock Island. Come here if you are a family of beach lovers and adventure-seekers! You can head out on underwater walking tours and scuba diving escapades, along with lots of swimming jaunts with aquatic life here.

4. Have a spicy adventure in Thekkady

Learn all about the spices that make your meals so tantalizing at an aromatic spice plantation in Thekkady. Your kids will love to go about these complexes, identifying the various spices that they usually see on their plates! There are other fun adventures to be had here including visits to Periyar Tiger Reserve, bird watching, bamboo rafting in Periyar Lake, and cooking classes, making Thekkady one of the famous tourist places in Kerala.

5. Enjoy the lush Araku Valley in Andhra Pradesh

This valley is truly blessed with the best of nature’s bounty. Come here to visit unending rose gardens, cascading waterfalls, fruit orchards, coffee fields, and great grasslands, among many other sites. Make it a point to visit the Padmapuram Botanical Garden, the local tribal museum, the Borra Caves, and the Sangda Falls!

Wherever you go in the South of India, we guarantee that you will have a fun time amidst nature. All you need to do is pack your bags and head out (armed with mosquito repellant, of course)! Before that, make sure to log on to Club Mahindra’s website or mobile app to book your vacation!

Also, read through these Club Mahindra reviews & get a sneak peek of how Club Mahindra members are enjoying family vacation at popular holiday destinations of India with Club Mahindra resorts!

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