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South India Destinations

The Southern India is blessed with the best of everything that makes it a dreamer’s paradise. From beautiful hill stations to magnificent temples, wild green forests and perfect beaches, South India offers you the best of all that the nature has to offer. Along with the natural wonder, the region is well known for its vibrant customs, appetizing delicacies, and various other man-made wonders. The intricate and detailed architectural marvels of the region are unparalleled and cannot be found anywhere else. So, whether you want to rejuvenate your soul or binge yourself into a delicious period of cuisine trial, South India will not fail to surprise you.

Travelling to the Southern part of India is like daydreaming through a scenic site. The images of beautiful beaches with glistening sand, tall palm trees swaying in the wind, huge waves, and the breathtaking sunset is self explanatory as to why the South India should be on your to go list of travel. The implausible touristic sites make the Deccan India a place of attraction.

Tamil Nadu
The state is home to countless striking places, and magnificent would be an understatement to describe this nature’s wonder. The state is jeweled with beautiful temples, tranquil beaches, and impressive forts, and more, which also means that there are multiple reasons for you to pack your bags and head for a tour. If we have to pick one state to describe the majesty of South India, it would be Tamil Nadu.

Pondicherry
The Union Territory of Pondicherry comprises of four coastal regions namely Pondicherry, Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam. Pondicherry is famous for preserving the remnants of French heritage with Indian culture. From beaches to historical monuments to temples and churches, Pondicherry makes for a perfect destination among the tourists. The city brings an authentic Indian charm through its culture and people.

Kerala
Wedged between the Western Ghats on the East and the Arabian Sea on the west, Kerala is a destination of a lifetime. The timeless beauty of the palm fringed beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, the majesty of the undulating hills of Munnar and Vagamon, the serenity of the pristine backwaters of Kumarakom & Kuttanad and the enchanting woods and forests of Thekkady and Silent Valley will have you bowled over. Such a small terrain can hold diverse geographical features and cultures, is a wonder in itself.

Karnataka
Karnataka spells allure and sedation when it comes to tourist places. The historical and quintessential state of Karnataka occupies a focal place in India. The geographical location of this place boasts of diverse options from touristic point of view. Locked between Kannad Coast, Western Ghats, and Deccan Plateau, the state boasts of forests, hills, temples, caves beaches, riversides, lakes, coffee estates, waterfalls, ruins, and many more interesting tourist spots.

Andhra Pradesh
The fifth largest state of India, Andhra Pradesh is situated on the Deccan plateau. Andhra Pradesh is known for its glorious past. The ancient temples, monuments, forts, palaces, old markets are the testimony to its rich history, culture and architecture. There are many sacred pilgrimage shrines in Andhra Pradesh of which Tirumala and Puttaparthi are visited by millions of devotees from all across the world.



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