You Can Soon Explore Kerala In Luxury Caravans Equipped With Sofa-Cum-Bed, Kitchenette & More!

by Tania Tarafdar
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If staying in a houseboat in Kerala is on your bucket list, you will have one more box to tick off now. You will now be able to travel in a luxury Caravan and explore the off-beat spots in Kerala. The Kerala government has announced a caravan tourism policy that promises a safe, customised, and close-to-nature travel experience for visitors. You will be able to explore the wilderness of Kerala like never before.

The Government Will Roll Out Attractive Offers For Tourism Operators

Tourism Minister P.A. Mohamed Riyas said that the initiative will shift the focus from houseboat tourism. Unveiling the policy he said, “Like other successful tourism products of Kerala launched since the 1990s, caravan tourism will also be developed on PPP mode with private investors, tour operators, and local communities as key stakeholders”. Under this initiative, the government will offer attractive discounts to tourism operators. The project will roll out in two months. Kerala’s New Agriculture Tourism Network Will Let You Stay In 5000 Gorgeous Homestay Farms.

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The Caravans Will Be Equipped With Sofa-Cum-Bed, Kitchenette, Internet & More!

Caravan parks will be a major activities of this project. The caravans will be specially built for travel leisure, and stay. The caravans can be stationed in the designated parks where travellers can spend a night. The lush caravans will be equipped with sofa-cum-bed, kitchenette with fridge, dining table, toilet cubicle, micro oven partition, internet connectivity, charging system, and GPS. What’s more, the caravans will also be monitored in real-time to ensure the security of the guests.

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Caravan tourism will also promote eco-friendly practices and local products.

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