A memorable family visit to Incredible India this summer will give you plenty of reasons to re-visit this extraordinary country. Exotic destinations, ethereal sights, splendid scenic views, exciting activities for kids and adults alike, India is on pretty much every traveler's bucket list. And below you'll see why! We've handpicked four cities and curated a list of fun-filled activities as well as the not-to-miss sites to see while visiting these gems of India.
A tour of the Pink city – Jaipur
A city that has lured visitors with its stunning remnants of the bygone era is Jaipur. This city is home to breathtaking palaces, forts, and gardens, museums that remind of the past royal heritage and temples nestled in peaceful surroundings. Capture fond family memories by taking beautiful pictures with the magnificent City Palace, the fascinating Palace of the Winds - Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Nahargarh and Jaigarh Fort, Monkey Temple as a backdrop. And after all that culture, the Radisson Blu Jaipur is conveniently situated near the World Trade Park where you can take the kids out for shopping.
Summer Splash – A visit to the city of beaches
Cool off from the hot weather by spending some family time at the beach. Alibaug is an island town of historical forts, a web of beaches, untouched aquatic life and lush green gardens. Bond with your family over local delicacies, serene surroundings and adventurous water sports like paragliding, banana ride and water scooter. Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Alibaug provides a stress-free retreat with manicured landscapes and gorgeous private gardens.
Guwahati – a gateway to Northeast India
How about an excursion in the wild with your family? Listen to the chirping of endangered species of birds in Guwahati, a city energized by the sound of the gushing Brahmaputra which is the ninth largest river in the world. Spend a week in this beautiful place studded with ancient temples against the backdrop of mountains and then you can tread through the six sisters of the region. A long drive with the family to the state of Arunachal via the longest bridge of India – Sadia is an exciting choice for the kiddies. And a stay at Radisson Blu Hotel Guwahati, which is surrounded by lush greenery and scenic hills, makes your time in the area even more pleasant.
Experience a rich cultural heritage in Mamallapuram
Explore the beauties of ‘God’s own country’ – Kerela. Located on the Bay of Bengal coast and closely bordered by the mountain range of the Western Ghats is Mamallapuram - the temple city. From Kottakkunnu - the hilly garden, Keralamkundu waterfall, Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary to the green skirted waterway in Ponnani - one of the best backwater lakes with a hanging bridge built across the lake, this place is extraordinary creation of nature in its resplendent glory. Radisson Blu Resort Temple Bay Mamallapuram features chalets, villas, bungalows and suites, most offering unparalleled views of the Bay of Bengal.