Festivals and their celebrations add colour and joy to each and everyone’s life. With the Diverse culture and religions in India, the number of festivals and the celebrations can’t go down! It’s another festival season in India. To begin with, the famous Onam festival of Kerala. Then comes the Pooja and Diwali, which are celebrated all throughout India. Each of these festivals have their own significance. To make these celebrations a memorable one could plan a trip with all their loved ones; and to help in picking up the right place, Leisure Tours can help.
Source: Festival Special Kerala Tour | Celebrate with Leisure Tours
Navaratri and Diwali are two of the major festivals in India that are celebrated with great pomp. Navaratri is a 9-day festival in which the 9 forms of the Hindu deity Durga are worshiped each day. Dewali is celebrated in remembrance of the victory of good over evil. The festival is also known as the ‘Festival of lights’.
Source: Pooja – Diwali Kerala Holidays | Diwali Holiday Tour Packages
With many lush green valleys, charming hill stations, enchanting backwaters, etc. Kerala is abundantly rich in places which has to be explored. Kerala has 14 districts, each uniquely attractive it its own ways. Enjoy this brief trip to Kerala!
Source: Trip to kerala | Kerala Trip – A travel guide in kerala
Most people prefer staying indoors during the monsoon showers. But, it is the best time for many reasons – for getting an Ayurvedic treatment, for one. Also, there are many places one could visit and enjoy the rains- nature’s treat!
Source: Kerala monsoon tourism | Places to visit in kerala in june
Explore Kerala while staying within your budget. The Kerala budget tour package takes you trough a world of enjoyment. The major places covered are Cochin and Alleppey – “Venice of the East”.
Source: Kerala Budget Tour Packages | Cochin – Alleppey Tourism