Explore the Tribal Heritage Museum in Thekkady with Family

Explore the Tribal Heritage Museum in Thekkady with Family

Thekkady is a verdant wildlife reserve located in the state of Kerala. Filled with rolling hills, sprawling plantations, and wild animals like tigers and elephants, this destination has much to offer to the nature lover. The Periyar Tiger Reserve, located in Thekkady, is home to tribes like the Mannans and Palians. There is a Tribal Heritage Program offered here that includes a two-hour visit to tribal hamlets as well as the Tribal Heritage Museum. It offers a peek into the lives of these communities. The best way to introduce your kids to the vibrant culture of the region is at the Tribal Heritage Museum, which is one of the top places to visit in Thekkady.

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Be prepared to spot birds like these.

On your trip to Thekkady, spare some time for this museum that is established by the government tourism authorities in the Mannan settlement. It takes visitors back to the original way of life of the community and also showcases several artifacts. It is an apt place to introduce your children to the history of the land’s tribal people. Apart from adventure activities and spotting wild animals, kids will also benefit from an experience ofcultural tourism. The Tribal Heritage Museum will ensure this happens as your kids marvel at the exhibits on display!

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The famous backwaters of Kerala is just few hours ago from Thekkady.

Some of the items on display in the museum include remains of indigenous plants, objects relating to traditional agricultural practices as well as marriages and deaths of the tribal people. Cultural events and rituals have also been included in the showcase. There are other things that reflect the day-to-day lives of the tribal folk. These include vessels, clothing, bamboo furniture, household articles, and even musical instruments! Just imagine the wonderful learning that awaits your kids at this museum. It is one of the most interesting tourist places in Kerala and should feature on every visitor’s Thekkady holiday plan.

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Elephant spotting is easy in Kerala. Pic by: Pixabay (For representation only)

Visitors can take full advantage of the natural and cultural heritage of the region by checking into Club Mahindra Thekkady resort with family. It provides the best base from which visitors can visit the amazing spots in this destination. Along with the fact that it’s located in a wildlife reserve, the resort boasts modern and comfortable amenities that will ensure your family vacation is a memorable one. More importantly, your kids will be well-rested so that they can enjoy all Thekkady has to offer! The property boasts a host of indoor activities and games. You may also go for nature walks, jungle treks, bamboo rafting, and boating while staying at the resort. This makes Club Mahindra one of the best resorts in Thekkady. Read more positive Club Mahindra reviews by our happy members about how they enjoyed their holidays with family.

All this and more is just a click away. Book fun family holidays by logging onto the Club Mahindra website or app today!

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Cormorant paradise!

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