Monday, June 10, 2013

Kerala to Launch ‘Caravan Tourism’ To Tempt Tourists

Kerala seems to be in no mood to let go of its tag as India’s most revered holiday destination! Authorities in the South Indian state have decided to introduce the new concept of caravan tourism. It is hoped that this initiative will encourage more number of people to book air tickets on flights to the state of Kerala. A detailed project report is being prepared by relevant establishments.  

As per media reports, caravan-parks will be set up in different locations across the state - Thirunelli, Vagamon, Soochippara, Bekal and Ponmudi, and will tempt  keen vacationers to experience something new after getting hands around tickets aboard cheap India flights connecting Kerala. The caravans will have essential facilities like bedrooms and kitchen, and can be set up at places and spots where hotels can't be built for tourists who are securing tickets on flights to enjoy the picturesque beauty of even remote places in the province.

For the same, the government is considering ultra-light weight 32-feet travel trailers that are easy to tow by SUVs in India. Both self-drive and ‘with driver’ alternatives will be offered to tourists. Bicycles, rafting gear etc., will also be available in order to create interest among those who grab hold of tickets on flights to enjoy outdoor activities in the region. 

Kerala is a popular holiday destination in India. Every year, millions of foreigners seek air tickets aboard India flights to visit this state in southern part of the nation.

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