Painting Holidays Kerala
Painting holiday in India
With its mountainous peaks, sedate backwaters, timeless tea plantations and exotic wildlife, Kerala is a magical pocket of southwest India that will captivate you from the moment you arrive.
This sensational 10-day painting holiday for beginners is crafted to offer you a true taste of India, away from the tourist traps of the north, so you have plenty of time to slow down and record all that Kerala has to offer with your pencil or brush.
Frui’s enthusiastic, down-to-earth and accomplished tuition makes this so much more than simply a painting holiday. Suitable for complete novices, everyone on this holiday will be of an equal standard, so there’s no need to worry about your ability. Our tutors will also happily adapt the course to your individual needs, as it’s important to us that you feel comfortable, confident and passionate about your painting. One thing’s for sure, after 10 days your drawing and painting skills will improve considerably.
During this painting holiday we will find ourselves way off the tourist trail and have the opportunity to meet local Keralites in their homes and workplaces, who will gladly offer us a unique insight into life in Kerala. Unlike many Eastern countries, here locals are happy to take time out of their day to pose for sketches and paintings, in fact, they positively welcome it!
But that’s not all, as we will also enjoy the mouth watering local cuisine, warm hospitality and exotic charms of this region, commonly referred to as ‘The Spice Garden of India’.
And, as always with Frui, our attentive guides and tutors will organise everything for you and cater for your every need. Everything from shopping trips, personal guides, excursions, restaurants, accommodation and transfers - it's like having your very own butler with you on holiday! You won't need to worry about a thing, allowing you to focus on having fun, relaxing and being creative.
15 – 24 Nov 2018 Book Now
“I go home feeling empowered and like I have genuinely learnt something.”