Custom-Built Caravan Launched In Kerala To Take Tourists To Unexplored Destinations

by Suchismita Pal
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In order to give a boost to ‘Keravan Kerala’, BharatBenz has introduced a brand new, first-of-a-kind customised caravan coach in the state that will offer a comfortable stay and a seamless ride. According to the Tourism Department,  Tourism Minister P A Mohamed Riyas and Transport Minister Antony Raju jointly inaugurated the vehicle in a city event. According to an Outlook India report, Riyas has stated, “Caravan Tourism is going to provide the much-needed energy to the relentless efforts of Kerala Tourism to explore the unexplored destinations. This initiative will set a new trend in experiential tourism in the state.”

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The New Caravan Looks Luxurious With Recliner Seats, Bunk Beds And More

The swanky caravan launched by BharatBenz has a luxurious lounge equipped with recliner seats, a kitchen and a television. It has double bunk beds and a restroom with a cutting-edge shower fitting. For cooking purposes, the caravan has appliances like an induction cooktop, microwave and refrigerator. The caravan will be available in two configurations and can be customised to accommodate two to four travellers. 5 Budget-Friendly Caravans To Rent In India For A Safe Road Trip

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Caravan Parks To Promote The Rich Heritage Of Kerala

Kerala’s Tourism Ministry is working on promoting caravan tourism in the state. The initiative will not only provide a thrilling experience to the tourists but will also assist in generating employment opportunities. Caravan parks will come up, which will also act as cultural hubs, allowing the locals to promote and sell their heritage products. Also, the caravans will have a special logo that will allow them to avoid extra on-road checks and pass freely through green channels.

 

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