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Where to Go on Holidays in India with Elderly Parents?

Plan a Holiday Trip with Your Elderly Parents with this detailed incredible travel guide blog.

It’s been less than a week since I went to Nainital and saw this really old couple, about 75 years of age, enjoying boating in the sparkling lake in monsoon… It was definitely a moment of a lifetime to capture! Sadly, the fact is that most of us do not include our elderly parents on family trips and everyone has their own reasons ranging from their old age, inability to travel to simply their lack of interest to explore something new. Well, honestly, your old parents need a vacation or two to escape their ill health and despondent state of mind.

It is rightly said, “Age is just a number.” One who is young at heart can live their grand life even when they are old. With the growing age, traveling should not come to halt. Traveling is actually one of the greatest joys one can have as “Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer”. As we live in a diverse country like India, you can never be out of choice for planning a trip with your aging parents.

There are places in India that any senior citizen can visit.  Let us look at the top 25 places to visit in India with your elderly parents.

  • Shirdi, Maharashtra
  • Madurai, Tamil nadu
  • Thekkady, Kerala
  • Munnar, Kerala
  • Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  • Haridwar, Uttarakhand
  • Darjeeling, West Bengal
  • Agra, Uttar Pradesh
  • Jaipur, Rajasthan
  • Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
  • Pushkar, Himachal Pradesh
  • Udaipur, Rajasthan
  • Goa
  • Coorg, Karnataka
  • Ooty, Tamil Nadu
  • Dwarka, Gujarat
  • Nainital, Uttarakhand
  • Amritsar, Punjab
  • Ahmedabad, Gujarat
  • Pondicherry, South India
  • Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu
  • Puri, Odisha

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Shirdi, Maharashtra

Shirdi Sai Baba

Spirituality is something that always clicks with aging people. That is why there can be no better place for holidaying with your elderly parents than Shirdi. Located in the state of Maharashtra, Shirdi is one place that no elderly parents would say no. A quiet little town with bustling pilgrims and spiritual ambiance, Shirdi is a perfect spiritual escape for you and your parents. Hotels in Shirdi are available in every budget, although you won’t find a 5 Star hotel here. One can settle for good 4-star accommodation options here and other than there are some comfy budget hotels here as well.

Top Things to Do with Parents in Shirdi

  • Taste heavenly prasad and delicious food at prasadalaya.
  • Visit heritage theme park dedicated to showcase the lives of Sai Baba and the people in his life.
  • Seek blessings at Shani Shignapur and Shirdi temple.
  • If your parents are willing you can explore the surroundings of Shirdi as well, Alandi, Shegaon, Trimbakeshwar, Sakori, Shani Shingnapur, Nashik and Ajanta & Ellora Caves are the places of interest near Shirdi.

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Madurai, Tamil Nadu


By the River Vaigai, Madurai stands humbly, offering indescribable peace and rejuvenation of the mind, body and soul. Madurai in Tamil Nadu is yet another destination that is ideal for holiday with elderly parents. This temple town will definitely attract the attention of your parents and chances are that your parents may ask you to bring them back here someday. Known for the majestic Meenakshi Temple, impressive architecture and holy environment, it is indeed a perfect holiday getaway. Besides Meenakshi Temple, you can take your parents to Alagar Kovil, Gandhi Museum, Koodal Azhagar Shrine, Thirupparankundram, Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal and Vandiyur Mariamman Teppakulam. There are fewer luxury hotels and more budget hotels here, so depending upon your budget and convenience you can pick your choice.

Top Things to Do in Madurai with Parents

  • Witness the blend of natural & man-made marvels at Vaigai Dam.
  • Seek Blessings at Meenakshi Temple, Saint Mary’s Cathedral
  • Shop fabric, scarves, jewelry, fashion accessories, handicrafts and art work at E Chitrai St, Chinnakadai Area, Madurai.
  • Learn history of textbooks at Thirumalai Nayak Palace.

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Thekkady, Kerala


Elderly people want to spend their time in peace; as a matter of fact, I guess most of us also require some alone time at some point or the other in life. Luckily, there are numerous destinations in India that cater to our need of spending some quiet and quality time AND Thekkady in Kerala is one such place. Proffering the opportunity to spend some magical moments amidst scenic nature, Thekkady is a perfect destination for those seeking some good time with their old parents or family members. Part of the Periyar National Park, Thekkady is bestowed with the beauty of lush green forests, unending chains of hills while the traces of diverse wildlife shall give those wrinkled eyes something to widen their size. It shall also add to countless beautiful memories they have treasured. There are a large number of hotels in Thekkady and they all range between luxury class and budget hotels; most of the hotels are within budget so you can expect a comfortable and leisurely stay here.

Top Things to Do in Thekkady with Parents

  • Boating in the Periyar Lake.
  • Visit the historic temple of Mangaladevi which is 15 kms from Thekkady.
  • Shop species include green pepper, nutmeg, star anise, cloves, coriander and fenugreek.
  • Explore the flora and fauna; birds, butterflies, animal species in the forests of Thekkady.
  • Visit the famous Periyar National Park.

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Munnar, Kerala

Munnar Hill Station Kerala

I believe you don’t need to convince anyone that Munnar is an ideal place for a holiday escape. The rhapsodic landscape and the pristine ambiance is more than enough to convince anyone to plan a holiday in Munnar, Kerala. A quiet little hill station with undulated hills is what is going to pursue your aging parents to take up this holiday with you. The accommodation options are brilliant here and you shall be spoilt for choices. Whereas on one hand luxury hotels and resorts proffer an out and out memorable stay, the budget hotels on the other hand by no means compromise with the comfort of the guests. Scenic views from the window of each hotel can definitely be called a luxury.

Top Things to Do in Munnar with Parents

  • Tree house stay at Plantation Resort.
  • Tea estate tours at Kolukkumalai.
  • Take an elephant safari at Carmelagiri Elephant Park.
  • Explore and learn the history of tea at the Tea Museum.

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Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Varanasi Ghat

The name of Varanasi conjures up images of Ganga Ghats that are often thronged by colorful Sadhus and other pilgrims, the slow-paced water of Ganga that is regularly sailed by wooden boats, the evening Ganga Aarti and the enchantment of Mantras… Varanasi is a ‘SHOW’ in all senses. The divine air is what makes it one of the best places to go on a holiday with elderly parents in India.

For many devotees, Varanasi is nothing short of a dream destination AND you may not realize it but it could be the same for your aging parents also. There are many hotels in Varanasi but the best hotel would be the one that offers a closer view of some or the other Ghats and of course offers good services.

Top Things to Do in Varanasi with Parents

  • Watch Evening Aarti at Dasaswamedh Ghat and Take them to temples like Durga temple, Vishwanath temple, Sankat Mochan temple, Tulsi Manas temple and the Bharat Mata temple.
  • Take a day tour at a famous Buddhist pilgrim spot Sarnath.
  • Savor crispy kachoris to spicy aloo Puri or local lip-smacking cuisines at Purna das Road, Gol Ganj, Kachori Gali, Mandir Gali.
  • Early morning boat ride from one ghat to another and Sunset Boat Ride in the Ganges to keep things simple yet interesting for them.

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Haridwar, Uttarakhand


Gift your parents a trip to the holy city of Haridwar. Haridwar is the best choice for a family getaway if you are in North India as it is easy to reach. Your parents will surely like the sacred vibe of the city, which is dotted with a number of temples and surrounded by a chain of hills. Moderate climate will also be an advantage here if you avoid the month of June. At Haridwar accommodation is good and you can easily book into a comfortable hotel without burning a hole in your pocket.

Top Things to Do in Haridwar with Parents

  • Take a dip in Brahmakund at Har-ki-Pauri Ghat.
  • Watch Ganga aarti at the Har-ki-Pauri Ghat in the evening.
  • Visit famous temples such as Chandi Devi temple, Daksheshwara Mahadev temple, Maya Devi temple, Vaishno Devi temple and Mansa Devi.
  • Bird watching at Neel Dhara Pakshi Vihar.

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Manali, Himachal Pradesh


Not sure, if your parents have made a trip to Manali while they were young, Manali can still be a great place to go with them at their graying age. Well, I agree upon the fact that weather and altitude can be a challenge, still Manali in Himachal Pradesh would be a great holiday option. The mysterious healing powers of the hills can be a boon for your parents; the fresh air and the unpolluted surrounding would lend them a couple of years and put the string back in their steps. Manali is replete with hotels, although accommodation is an expensive affair, you can still manage to get decent comfortable hotels in Manali. Avoid planning a trip during winters and monsoon; April to June is the best time to visit Manali.

Top Things to Do in Manali with Parents

  • Seek blessings of Lord Shiva at Gauri Shankar Temple.
  • Take a holy dip of sulfur water bath at Manikaran Gurudwara.
  • Practice yoga in the midst of the Himalayas at Shri Hari Yoga Ashram.
  • Admire the Buddhist Architecture and attain some peace at Manali Gompa.
  • At Manali, nature walks are absolutely a must; you can take them to Mall Road here and to the famous Hadimba Temple.

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Darjeeling, West Bengal

Darjeeling Hill Station West Bengal

Whatever goes for Manali in terms of beauty and the power of nature applies to Darjeeling as well. This beautiful hill station of West Bengal is yet another ideal destination for a holiday with elderly parents. The jade green rolling hills and the view of the Mt. Kanchenjunga is what keeps Darjeeling alive in the memories of those who have visited here. Being a hill station, Darjeeling is a laid-back destination with a slow pace of life that actually matches our old parents’ lifestyle.

Darjeeling also has a large number of hotels that range from luxury to budget, so one can freely choose the type of hotel that suits one the best.

Top Things to Do in Darjeeling with Parents

  • Watch sunrise at Tiger Hills.
  • Explore the war memorial at Batasia Loop.
  • Stay close to nature at Darjeeling Blossom Ecotourism.
  • Explore the tea gardens at Dooars.
  • Also make sure you take them on a toy train ride to give them a pinch of thrilling experience.
  • They also would like to walk around the city and visit places like Tiger Hill, Ghoom monastery and Senchal Lake. All these places can easily be reached by a vehicle.

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Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Agra - Taj Mahal

I would love to take my parents to Agra and get a beautiful picture done in front of the impeccable Taj Mahal. I guess going to Agra on a holiday with elderly parents is a wonderful plan! Just about everyone in the world wants to see the Taj Mahal and what greater feeling it would be than to see it with people whom you love the most! Now only 2.5hrs to 3hrs away from Delhi, THANKS to Yamuna Expressway, Agra can be a great getaway with your parents.

At Agra, accommodation is easy and most of the 3 stars can be booked at reasonable prices. There are a number of luxury hotels also to choose from if budget is not a concern.

Things to do in Agra with Parents

  • Hotel Amar Vilas – Devour Dinner with A Marvelous View
  • Kalakriti Dance Drama Show – Witness the Tale of Love
  • Watch the Magic of Lights & Sounds at Agra Fort
  • Dig up and learn some history at the Taj Museum.
  • Other than the majestic Taj, you can visit Sikandra and if your parents take interest then Fatehpur Sikri can also be included in the list.

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Jaipur, Rajasthan

Jaipur Rajasthan

Yes, it’s going to be a little difficult to take your parents to a city as bustling as Jaipur, but trust me it is worth the effort. The majestic structures, cultural extravaganza and delightful hospitality…You shall get it here in Jaipur, Rajasthan. For your aged parents, Jaipur would be a great place to witness the colorful culture.

I am sure this new experience shall be welcomed with a warm heart by them. In Jaipur, hotels are available in plenty, ranging from luxury to budget; you have the choice of booking at the one that best suits you. Avoid planning a trip in summer; the best time to visit Jaipur would be the months between November and February when the weather is cooler and more pleasant.

Top Things to Do in Jaipur with Parents

  • Witness the Mix of Indian and European Architecture at Nahargarh Fort.
  • Stay in the lap of nature at Tree House Resort.
  • Attend the light and sound show at Amer Fort.
  • Watch Folk Dances at Chokhi Dhani.
  • Also take your parents to watch a folk dance and puppet show.

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Hampi, Karnataka


Some places are worth exploring, no matter what age you are! If you thought that the majestic structure, natural beauty and temples are the only things that can woo you and your graying parents, well you need to rethink! Hampi in Karnataka cuts you off from the mundane travel destinations and proffers an invigorating place to explore.

Unlike many tourist destinations in India, Hampi offers the bewitching view of architectural ruins that lay well majestically till today. It is believed that one must in his lifetime visit an unusual place and Hampi can exactly be that place.

It will be an equally thrilling experience for you and your old parents to have visited together. Hampi is just off the coastal strip and is far away from hustles and bustles and I believe that should be a factor that may make it a pleasant holiday destination for your family.

There are many good hotels in Hampi, Bellary and Hospet that offer good services and a comfortable stay and you can choose from the ones that you think cater to your needs the most.

Top Things to Do in Hampi with Parents

  • Visit Riverside Ruins carved sculpture of Lord Vishnu in a reclining position.
  • Witness sunrise and sunset over the lovely landscape of this historical Hampi town from Matanga Hill.
  • Relax and enjoy the cool breeze at Sanapur Lake.
  • Visit major attractions such as Achyuta Raya Temple, Hazara Rama Temple, Krishna Temple and Lakshmi Narasimha Temple.

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Shimla, Himachal Pradesh


Shimla is an unbeatable summer destination for people belonging to any age. Reasons can be many like good commutation service, good roads, scenic landscape and salubrious climate… Shimla offers total rejuvenation. The best thing about Shimla is that you will see less traffic; cars are restricted from entering the Mall Road and Ridge area, which keeps the area free from unwanted noise. There is a wide range of hotels in Shimla, most of which are situated on the mall road.

 Top Things to Do in Shimla with Parents

  • Enjoy Toy train ride passing through the green hills.
  • Walk through the history at the Military Museum at Annandale.
  • Golfing at Naldehra.
  • Grab a cup of coffee/tea at Cafe Shimla Times.
  • You can spend hours sitting on the bench at the ridge opposite the St. John’s Church or wandering on the mall road.
  • You can also take your parents to Jakhoo Temple as vehicles are available till there.

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Pushkar, Himachal Pradesh

Pushkar Lake Rajasthan

A laid-back destination, Pushkar adds new meaning to Indian tourism. In the name of tourist attractions, Pushkar has a few temples and a lake. But more than that this place has something magical to boast about! You ask me why it is a perfect place to go on a vacation with your parents, that too aging parent.

Well, I say, Pushkar has everything that is needed for your parents to change their state of mind… Pushkar sometimes makes you forget that you are in India as you encounter foreign tourists at each nook and corner here. Hotels in Pushkar are available at a very low price and if budget is not a concern for you then you can avail a pleasant staying place here.

Top Things to do in Pushkar with Parents

  • Attend evening Aarti at Varaha Ghat
  • Take a holy dip in Pushkar Lake. Sitting by the lake will bring a sense of strange accomplishment.
  • Ride in a hot air balloon in the skies
  • Staying overnight in a desert
  • Visiting the oldest Brahma Temple is also nothing less than an achievement for a lifetime.

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Udaipur, Rajasthan

Udaipur Rajasthan

Inarguably gorgeous! Udaipur is ideal for any type of holiday in India. Since, you are planning to go on a vacation with your old parents; Udaipur in Rajasthan can be a perfect holiday idea. Here the architectural marvels set brilliantly with the scenic lake, most of the city is aligned on the edge of the lake and offers a great view of the Lake Palace.

Your parents will love the old-world charm and the tour to City Palace that Udaipur has been able to preserve till today. Hotels in Udaipur are a little overpriced; however, bargaining and a little research can win you a stay at some great accommodation options.

Top Things to Do in Udaipur with Parents

  • In order to save your parents from the bustles of the city take them on a boat ride over the sparkling lake and on the countryside places that offer great tranquility amidst quaint charm.
  • Enjoy a sunset boat cruise in Lake Pichola.
  • A lip-smacking dinner at Sheesh Mahal.
  • Get an insight into the local life at Shilpgram.
  • Revisiting the history at Haldighati.

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Goa Beach

Whoever said Goa is for young people, he is absolutely wrong! Undoubtedly it is a holiday destination for all! ALL those are young at heart! AND no matter what they say, Goa’s natural beauty surpasses every other thing in the state and the charm of its sanctified churches cannot go unnoticed.

As lively as Goa is considered, it speaks well of peace, harmony and an inexpressible joy. Goa is a perfect holiday place for elderly parents. Avoid crowded beaches and loud restaurants, instead take them to one of those cultural events or maybe for a boat ride or a cruise here. Accommodation in Goa is available at affordable rates and just in case budget is not an issue for you, then you can avail some exhilarating place to stay.

Top Things to Do in Goa with Parents

  • Take a walk at Spice Plantations.
  • Go crab catching at Goa’s Backwaters.
  • Go and enjoy a romantic sunset cruise at Mandovi River.
  • Indulge in shopping at Anjuna Flea Market.
  • Witness endangered animals at Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • You can take them on an Old Goa tour or to some quiet/isolated beaches in Goa like Varca, Cavelossim & Morbor, Patnem and Agonda, where they can relive their youthful days and make sure they witness the outstanding sunsets here.

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Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Kodaikanal Hill Station

Green and beautiful, Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu offers rejuvenation and peace of mind. Outstretched with natural beauty, the fragrant wooded hills and the glittering lake, this hill station of South India is a distinctive holiday getaway for any family. The view of the landscape is spectacular here and besides sightseeing places like Bryant’s Park, the Lake, Coakers Walk, Kurinji Andavar Temple and Green Valley view, your aged parents will certainly love the idea of sipping coffee, while they sit near the window of their hotel room and look outside! At Kodai you can avail hotels at reasonable prices, there are many luxury resorts that offer appreciable services.

Top Things to Do in Kodaikanal with Parents

  • Have an adventure night with Night Safari.
  • Enjoy a misty boat ride in Kodaikanal Lake.
  • Take a stroll in the lap of the nature in Coaker’s Walk.
  • Go Birdwatching on Berijam Lake.
  • Rejuvenate and relax with yoga at Karuna Farm.

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Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg Hill Station

I personally prefer Coorg with a family holiday specially if I have senior parents to take on a holiday with me and the reason is simple TRANQUILITY. As much as our generation likes to retire for a day or two to a cozy and serene destination, so do our aging parents and Coorg can be the apt place for it.

Being a hill station, Coorg or Kodagu in Karnataka is blessed with immense natural beauty and a soothing climate, which can actually act as a natural healer for our parents. Simply amble down the streets or go sightseeing, the beauty of Coorg seems to give you a good run everywhere. Accommodation in Coorg is quite easily available and ranges from luxury to budget friendly hotels.

Top Things to Do in Coorg with Parents

  • Enjoy the breathtaking sunset view from Raja’s seat.
  • Capture pictures at Abbey Falls.
  • Bylakuppe near Kushalnagar is one of the largest Tibetan settlements in south India.

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Ooty, Tamil Nadu


Snooty Ooty’ is after all not that snooty in any sense! Welcoming a large mass of travelers every year, Ooty in Tamil Nadu can prove to be a great destination to go on a holiday with elderly parents. Yes, we must admit that during the peak season in summer, Ooty does get crowded but once you reach the suburbs of the city, unmatched peace is what you shall experience. Also, if we look at the bright side, Ooty offers the best of both worlds…adequate peace and sufficient excitement. Like other hill stations in India, there are many accommodation options in Ooty and at reasonable prices you can book yourself a decent hotel.

Top Things to do in Ooty with Parents

  • Botanical Garden for a 20-million-year-old fossilized tree.
  • Lake Garden by the fiberglass dome.
  • High altitude deer parks of India.
  • Ooty Lake, Doddabetta, Glenmorgan and Kalhatty Waterfalls are some of the places of interest in Ooty that you can take your parents to see.

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Dwarka, Gujarat

Dwarkadhish Temple

If your parents like to experience spirituality (which of course most parents like to do in their old age) then you can plan a holiday in Dwarka, Gujarat. Known as one of the oldest settlements in India, Dwarka is reckoned to have been built by Lord Krishna.

Being an important destination of the sacred journey called Char Dham, this holy city would be an ideal place to visit with your aging parents. Dwarkadheesh Temple, Beyt Dwarka and Okha are the major attractions in Dwarka. The spiritual air over the city keeps it peaceful despite it being bustling with devotees all year long. Let your old parents be filled with gratitude and experience unmatched spirituality. With a large number of 3 star and budget hotels, accommodation in Dwarka comes cheap, so at reasonable prices you can get a good hotel.

Top Things to Do in Dwarka with Parents

  • Watch the flag of the temples change five times a day at Shree Dwarkadhish Temple.
  • Camel riding on the banks of the Gomti River.
  • Watching the sunset and enjoying the view of the city from the Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple.
  • Take an evening stroll on the shores of Dwarka beach.

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Nainital, Uttarakhand

Nainital Lake Night View

I just couldn’t ignore Nainital for this is the destination that gave me the holiday idea with elder parents. This beautiful little lake town is nothing but a gateway to a great vacation. Situated in the lap of Uttarakhand, Nainital can be one of the best places to go on a holiday with family and old parents. Like many hill stations, Nainital also remains crowded during the peak season but offers just about enough peace that you actually require. Your parents shall never forget the thrill of boating on the Naini Lake; you can even make them sit on the lakeside from where the view is just magical! There are a couple of beautiful places like Bhimtal, Sattal and Naukuchiatal near Nainital that are also worth visiting. Hotels in Nainital get costlier during peak season, so it is ideal to book in advance and look for a deal.

Top Things to Do in Nainital with Parents

  • A boat ride in Naini lake.
  • Visit Govind Ballabh Pant Zoo for Siberian tiger, wolves, hill fox and other animals.
  • Enjoy a stay in the jungle at the wildlife resort within the park’s premises and you might even get to see a tiger.
  • Enjoy the panoramic Tiffin top also known as Dorothy’s Seat view is a perfect picnic spot amidst the calm and serene environment.
  • Stop by and have fresh bhuttas, maggi or tea on the way.

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Amritsar, Punjab

Amritsar Golden Temple

Amritsar is one of the most famous historical cities in the world. The stunning Golden Temple that is located right in the heart of the city attracts lakhs of visitors every year. It is one of the most important pilgrimage places for people who follow Sikhism and Hinduism. Hence, makes it an ideal place to visit with elderly parents.

Be it historically important places such as Jallianwala Bagh and Wagah Border; Gobindgarh Fort or religiously significant Durgiana Temple and Golden Temple. Amritsar has a lot to offer and don’t forget to indulge yourself in Punjabi cuisine at the street stalls of Amritsar.

Top Things to Do in Amritsar with Parents

  • ‘Langar Seva’ in the kitchen of Golden Temple.
  • Try delicious street food at Makhan Fish and Chicken Corner Amritsar Since 1962, Bade Bhai Ka Brothers Dhaba, Bhai Kulwant Singh Kulchian Wale.
  • Take colorful and beautiful phulkari dupattas and a pair of gorgeous Punjabi juttis as souvenirs from Hall Bazaar, Guru Bazaar, Katra Jaimal Singh Bazaar, Lahori Gate Market, Rani Ka Bagh, and Shastri Market.

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Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Sabarmati Ashram Ahmedabad Gujarat

Ahmedabad, also popular as Amdavad, is situated on the banks of Sabarmati River. Known for its world-famous cotton textiles, a wide variety of mouth-watering snacks, diamond cutting, and much more. People who visit Ahmedabad not only enjoy the aura of this place but also feel its rich culture.

One can visit the famous Sabarmati Ashram located in the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat. This was one of the many places where Mahatma Gandhi lived at Sabarmati and Sevagram when he was not traveling across India or in prison. You can visit the famous Adalaj Stepwell, Kankaria Lake, Bhadra Fort with elderly parents and make memories of life with your parents.

Top Things to Do in Ahmedabad with Parents

  • Drive a vintage car at Auto World Vintage Car Museum.
  • A lavish authentic Gujarati dinner at Chokhi Dhani.
  • A walk at Sabarmati Riverfront.

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Pondicherry, South India

Pondicherry - Rock Beach

Pondicherry is a small town in the southern state of India; Tamil Nadu. It is a beautiful town with a French legacy that is preserved in its French Quarter, with tree-lined streets, mustard-colored colonial villas and chic boutiques. Pondicherry gives a vibe of the south France town of Corsica.

Elderly people who want to rejuvenate and relax choose Pondicherry for their holiday. Old people can take a stroll on the coastline of Rock Beach is another beautiful attraction in the city. A visit to the Aurobindo Ashram will attain their zen and peace in old age.

Top Things to Do in Pondicherry with Parents

  • Watch Sun going down at Rock Beach.
  • Relax and rejuvenate at Shri Aurobindo Ashram.
  • A candlelight dinner at a colonial French cafe.

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Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu

Rameshwaram Jyotirlinga Temple

Located in Tamil Nadu, Rameswaram is one of the sacred places for Hindus. It is a direct link to the holy scripture of Ramayana makes it a popular destination to visit the elderly parents.

Rameswaram is the place where the “Vanar Sena” of Lord Rama built a bridge of floating stones to reach Sri Lanka which is known as Adam’s Bridge and Ram Setu.

Ramanathaswamy Temple in Rameswaram is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Elderly people can also visit Dhanushkodi, Agnitheertham, five-faced Hanuman temple, Kothandaramaswamy Temple and Nambu Nayaki Amman Temple.

Top Things to Do in Rameswaram with Parents

  • Holy dip in the sea at Agni Theertham.
  • Picnic at tranquil Ariyaman Beach.
  • Visit India’s first sea bridge Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge. or Pamban Bridge.

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Puri, Odisha

Puri Jagnanath Temple

Located in the eastern state of India, Odisha Puri is another holy destination that should be visited with elderly parents. Puri is famous for the world-famous Jagannath Temple & Longest Golden Beach. Here, Lord Jagannath, Devi Subhadra and elder brother Balabhadra are being worshiped in Puri (The Purusottama Kshetra).

The city is home to numerous Hindu shrines like Gundicha Temple, Astachandi Temple, Panchatirtha Temple, Loknath Temple, Daria Mahavir Temple and more, but the Jagannath Puri Temple is the major attraction of the pilgrimage scene of Puri. The temple is known to host one of the world’s largest religious processions in the form of Rath Yatra. If you need a day in the lap of nature, then you must visit Chilka Lake, a beautiful spot to watch the turtles.

Top Things to do in Puri with Parents

  • Visit Raghuraj Pur Artist village
  • Enjoy and relax sunset at Puri Beach with the gushing water waves
  • Visit the UNESCO heritage site Sun temple.

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I am glad that you have decided to take your parents on a trip and I genuinely believe that traveling has a mysterious power to seek out things in our lives, if not permanently then at least temporarily. It, on the other hand, also strengthens your bond with the one you are traveling with; thus, it is important that you let this enigmatic power work into your lives and feel the difference! Go on a holiday with your elderly parents on one of these recommended destinations and let the power of travel bring good changes! BON VOYAGE!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the top tourist destinations to visit with elderly parents in North India?

  • Delhi
  • Agra
  • Amritsar
  • Manali
  • Rishikesh
  • Haridwar
  • Jaipur
  • Pushkar
  • Mussoorie
  • Jodhpur
  • Vaishno Devi, Jammu Kashmir
  • Kedarnath
  • Amarnath
  • Chandigarh
  • Shimla
  • Ranikhet
  • Binsar
  • Nainital
  • Mukteshwar

What are the best places to visit with elderly parents in South India?

  • Munnar
  • Bangalore
  • Sakleshpur
  • Chikmagalur
  • Gokarna
  • Hampi
  • Mysore
  • Mangalore
  • Wayanad
  • Cochin
  • Coorg
  • Alleppey
  • Kovalam
  • Thekkady
  • Ooty
  • Pondicherry
  • Coimbatore
  • Chennai
  • Kodaikanal
  • Coonoor
  • Hyderabad
  • Tirupati

Which are the top places to visit with elderly parents in West India?

  • Gujarat
  • Goa
  • Diu
  • Mumbai
  • Matheran
  • Malshej Ghat
  • Tarkarli
  • Manori
  • Deeg
  • Alwar
  • Kamshet
  • Shirdi
  • Pine
  • Saputara
  • Daman
  • Mahabaleshwar
  • Panchgani

Which are the best places to visit with elderly parents in East India?

  • Assam
  • Gangtok
  • Darjeeling
  • Kolkata
  • Tawang
  • Shillong
  • Konark
  • Gopalpur
  • Sivasagar
  • Meghalaya
  • Aizawl
  • Puri
  • Jorhat

Published: 11 Mar, 2022

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Nidhi Singh

From the Lake District, Nainital, Nidhi Singh is a travel writer whose love for mountains can be seen in her write ups. Talk about solo travelling, indulging in adventure activities, binging on good food, planning budget trips or the Aurora Borealis and you will get all her attention. It is the wanderlust that keeps her going and if at all she could get one wish granted she would love to live a life less ordinary. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram.