Enjoy The Variety With Accessible Holidays In Mararikulam And Mysoreby Anushka Rajapurkar VJ & Actress
The Marari beach is located around 11 km from Alappuzha town in Kerala and is the perfect idyllic beach for people who want to avoid crowds. The crowds mostly head for nearby Aleppey beach instead. Apart from the serenity and peace of the beaches, there are a lot of other attractions which you can enjoy while you relax your mind, body and soul on the beaches. In the month of August you can witness the famous snake boat races and adventure enthusiasts can opt for sea surfing, parasailing, water skiing and deep sea fishing. Although disabled people may not be able to enjoy all of these adventure sports, but some can be modified to suit them.
You can also indulge in some sightseeing while you are on accessible holidays in Mararikulam. Among the popular tourist attractions is the Mararikulam temple dedicated to the Lord Siva and his consort Parvati. This temple is quite unique in its architecture and grandeur. Then for the Christians there is the Kokkamangalam Apostle St. Thomas Pilgrim Center which is a famous pilgrim center created by St. Thomas. Arthunkal is a major pilgrim center for Hindus and while y0ou visit the temple you can also enjoy the beautiful beach. Near Marari is Mattancherry which houses the famous Dutch Palace built by the Portuguese in the year 1555. This palace is known for its ornate decorations preserved artifacts and wooden ceiling. The paintings in the palace depict the parts of the Hindu epic Ramayana.
If you have had enough of the serenity of Mararikulam then you can take in the vibrancy of Mysore which is located in the state of Karnataka. The most popular tourist attraction here is the Mysore palace which was built in the year 1912 for the 24th ruler of the Wodeyar dynasty and is one of the largest palaces in India. Somnathpur is a place founded by Somnath who was the commander of the Hoysala army and he also got a temple built here dedicated to lord Siva. This is a popular picnic spot. The Mysore zoological garden was established in 1892 by the Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar for the royal family and was handed over to state government on attaining freedom. Brindavan gardens are also a gift of the royal family of the Wodeyar dynasty to the city of Mysore. Mysore silk is famous for its fine texture and beauty and so are the sandalwood handicrafts, artifacts and incense sticks. The Folklore museum houses many articles which represent the local art and culture.
The best part is that now you can enjoy the beauty and artistic appeal of Mararikulam and Mysore even if you are disabled due to accessible holidays in Mysore and Mararikulam. These holidays for disabled people are planned and organized by some specialist travel agencies which have realized the need for such holidays because almost 20 percent of our population is disabled. The best part is that in these packages are included guides who can communicate with hearing and speech impaired people and can take care of people who are wheelchair bound or vision impaired. At the same time there are few hotels in these tourist places which are disabled friendly and allow you to enjoy the beauty of Mararikulam and Mysore.
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