Family Destination

‘Travelling is good’ why you ask? Well, for starters, you get an utmost pleasure and confidence in interacting with new people, it broadens your mind and you see your surroundings in a whole new way. However, these are just part of one dimension; another can as well educate yourself. How and Where? Let us guide you. Travel and Education are two wonderful aspects that both blend well together, especially if you enjoy walking amidst yesterdays. And one such place we call a perfect educational destination is India, which is a vibrant country that speaks many language, and offers a platform for students to learn and explore a medley of cultures, customs and people. So, why not make the most of it and plan a journey with your classmates learning about country’s time-worn stories in their ancient sites around the many historical destinations. You can delve into its ruins, admire the architectural art work and its shrines. In fact, wherever you place your feet in India, it has something significant to offer.

Top Family Destinations in India


There is something about Rajasthan that makes it look more Indian than any other state in the country. This kind of unparalleled ethnicity makes Rajasthan a desirable holiday spot. From luxurious palaces you can stay in to humongous forts that take you back in time, Rajasthan has everything it takes for a splendid family holiday. Add to that a desert safari and the spectacular sunset and your trip is complete with activities full of beauty, adventure and luxury.


Goa has earned the reputation of India’s biggest party destination. However, it can be a fantastic getaway for your family and a great way for them to experience a different kind of culture as compared to that of your hometown. And then there are the marvelous beaches like Palolem and Mandrem which are amazing places to visit for their scenic beauty and holiday ambiance. From the local life to the food, everything about Goa is worth witnessing at least once in your lifetime. If you do not care for beaches, Goa also has some magnificent churches and temples you can visit with your family. Best time to visit: November to February

Jim Corbett National Park

Forests and wildlife are the most precious things on this planet. It is important that our family and kids witness their raw, natural beauty and understand their significance. The Jim Corbett National Park is a wonderful place to achieve this motive. Not only is it breathtakingly beautiful and provides a fantastic ambiance for a family trip, it also has a wide variety of wildlife for your kids to spot during a safari. You will definitely come back with some very exciting stories!


One of India’s biggest tourist attractions known for its unparalleled natural beauty and serene backwaters, Kerala is truly God’s own country. The greenery and ambiance of places like Munnar and Alleppey make Kerala the finest state in the country to visit with your family and kids. They can take a walk in tea plantations, enjoy the thrilling boat races, or just spend a quiet evening in a houseboat themselves.


If you do not like the usual greenery and beaches, hills and lakes, then you should try out Kutch in Gujarat to understand the meaning of barren and rugged beauty. The vast stretch of the Rann of Kutch will amaze your family and kids and a tent stay here with some cultural singing and dancing will keep them entertained. The spectacular sunset and the unbelievable night sky full of stars will be an unforgettable experience for them!


Made popular all across the globe by its Darjeeling tea, this popular hill station in east India is one of the most pleasant tourist attractions you will visit. Be it the amazing views of the Kangchendzonga or the vibrant street life, Darjeeling is just perfect for a family vacation. The ropeway ride will treat you to views you couldn’t have imagined while the toy train ride is something the kids will enjoy to the fullest.

Andaman and Nicobar islands

An exotic holiday destination in our very own country, Andaman and Nicobar Islands will give your family the feeling of a foreign location. The white sand beaches, turquoise waters and blue lagoons together form landscapes that are unmatched by any other destination in India. You can go snorkeling and scuba-diving or just relax by the beach enjoying the view.

Jaipur, Rajasthan

The best idea to learn something is by physically being there and what place could be more beautiful then Jaipur, the perfect place to explore wonderful forts and palaces. During your educational tour in Jaipur, you can go visit magnificent attractions like the Jantar Mantar, an astronomical instruments and central museum as well as wax museum. In Jaipur, you can explore and learn about the rajputana architecture by visiting the popular City Palace, which till today is a resident place for the royal family. Hawa Mahal too holds interesting story, from the streets, the building appears to look like honeycomb with millions of small widows. Nonetheless, Jaipur maintains its royal past for the future that are revisited by travellers from across the globe every year. Amber fort, Nahargarh fort are the two star attractions in Jaipur that revolves around history and it must be visited.


If you live in a hot, urban city then chances are that your kids jump with excitement at the very mention of snow! Gulmarg is one of the best places in India to witness snow. In fact, it is India’s biggest skiing destination and has some amazing resorts that are perfect for a family stay. Even if you do not like adventure, just the beautiful views of mountains and ski slopes are so mesmerizing that your family will never forget the experience.


How can you be in India and not visit the mighty Taj Mahal? One of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal is truly a monument you must see with your own eyes for its beauty to be believed. Once done with the Taj, you can visit other historic places in Agra like the Agra fort, the Mehtab Bagh and surrounding areas like Akbar’s tomb and Fatehpur Sikri. By the end of the trip, your kids will be proud to be born in India.