South India


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Popularly known as God’s Own Country. Kerala is a colorful coastal state, located in the southern tip of India. It is a dream holiday destination of India, with backwaters and lagoons of Alleppey meandering through the picturesque landscape and the rich culture and heritage of the place is a true tourism delight. Thiruvananthapuram, the state capital of Kerala is the home of the magnificent temple called Sree Anantha Padmanabhaswami Temple, a major landmark of the city. The Sri Chitra Art Gallery in Thiruvananthapuram is a must visit for the art lovers. Kovalam just 16 km from the stat capital of Kerala – Thiruvananthapuram is recognized as the trendiest beach retreat across the country, where tourists can enjoy exotic Ayurvedic treatments to a number of marine activities. Another hotspot in Kerala is Varkala, where the pristine sea beach is truly astounding. Munnar is a scenic hill station of Kerala set amidst Kannan Devan Hills, admired with emerald green surroundings, forests, lakes and some of the highest tea estates across the globe. Tourists also make trips to Nilamvur in Kerela, famous for housing the Teak Museum, which is worth visiting. Religiously inclined tourists often visit the magnificent temple at the Mata Amritanandamayi Math in South Kerala. The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary located in the village of Kumarakom, spanning an area of 14 acres is also mention worthy.


Steeped with history, rich in culture and boasting an exquisite natural splendor, Goa is rightly described as the ‘Tourist Paradise’ or ‘Rome of East’. Goa is mainly known for its fascinating beaches, the most admired being Calangute, Baga, Colva, Candolim, Anjuna, Miramar, Vagator, Dona Paula and many more. Beside, sea beaches, Goa is also popular for housing a number of historical churches, which are some true architectural splendor. The churches, which are visited by most of the tourists heading to the place are St Cathedral Church, Basilica of Born Jesus, St. Francis of Assissi and St. Augustine Church. The Aguada Fort, built in 1612 by the Portugese represents the Goan history. The Mahalaxmi Temple located in Bandora village of Goa is another architectural treasure of the state. The Chapoli Dam endowed with exquisite charm is the eco-tourist spot of Goa. Some other places of tourist interest in Goa, include Budbudyanchi Tali, Cabo De Rama, Boca De Vaca Spring and Anjunem Dam.


Maharashtra, caressed by the Arabian Sea is splashed with myriad of fascinating hues, enthralling the tourists. The place is adorned with some mesmeric sea beaches, like Juhu Beach, Ganapatipule and many others, attracting hordes of tourists. The State of Maharashtra treasures the marvelous specimen of ancient Indian heritage – the caves of Ajanta and Ellora, built by the British in the 19th century. Again, the island of Elephanta is known for housing a great cave shrine, excavated in the 6th century. Tourists are also attracted to the two fascinating hill stations of Maharashtra, Lonavala and Khandala, offering some spectacular views. The Bassein Fort is one of the major sea forts of Maharashtra, built by Bahadur Shah-Sultan of Gujrat. Some other sea forts are Siddi fort of Murud Janjira and Jaidag near Ganpatipule. A trip to Maharashtra will never be complete without a visit to the Panchagani, flanked by five hills and nestled at an altitude of 1335 meter in the Satara district of the state, offering a mesmeric charm. The Gateway of India is a must visit for all tourists in Mumbai


Karnataka is a fascinating land, abounding in scenic beauty and tourist destinations. A major place of tourist haunt is Pattadakal, featuring ten magnificent temples, upholding early Chalukyan architecture. It has also been declared as a World Heritage Center. The district headquarter, Belgaum mainly attracts religious tourists, as it houses the famous Kapileshwara Temple, the Ananthashayana Temple and also a number of magnificent churches. Badami attracts tourists to savor the beauty of its marvelous four cave temples, all carved out of sand stone. Aihole, famously know as the ‘Cradle of Indian Architecture’ houses over hundred temples, the most revered being the Konthi Temple Complex. Bangalore, the capital of Kartnataka is the most congenial state in India and it is also reckoned as the IT hub of the country. Many tourists make trips to the city of Mysore in Kartnataka, brimming with an old-world charm. The main attractions of the place are the magnificent Mysore Palace, Chamundi Hills and Brindaban Gardens. Explore Bijapur and do not miss the Jumma Masjid and Gol Gumbaz. Mangalore, the district headquarter of Dakshina Kannada also boasts some outstanding places of interest, including Manjunath Temple, Kadri Hill and St. Aloysius College Chapel.


Andhra Pradesh is best known for the Tirupati temple, considered to be the richest temple In India. The Ramakrishna beach and Rushikonda beach of Vishakapatnam are favorite locations of sea worshippers. The exotic beauty of Araku Valley and Borra Caves is enthralling. The historic towns of Hyderabad, Warrangal and the Buddhist site of Nagarjunkonda are also very popular with the tourists.

Tamil Nadu attracts tourists with its enchanting temples and exotic beaches. Srirangam temple, Mahabalipuram, Chennimalai Murugan temple, Tiruchengode, Kanchipuram and some of the best known temples of Tamil Nadu. The serene beaches like Marina Beach, Covelong, Kanyakumari beach are true delight for the tourists. Tamil Nadu also boasts of some famous hill stations like Ooty, Kodaikanal, Yercaud and Kolli hills.

Puducherry or Pondicherry is another interesting tourist destination in Southern India. The most revered tourist destination of the place is the Sri Aurobindo ashrama, which is a great specimen of unity in diversity, promoting world peace in a very delicate way. The promenade facing Bay of Bengal and featuring the statue of Mahatma Gandhi and a War Memorial also arrest tourist attentions.

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