No wonder Kerala is the diamond of the crown called south India, but there are some other places in South India which are equally mesmerizing. Places like Chennai, Hydrabad, Mahabalipuram, Puducherry, Kanyakumari, Trichy and Bangalore represent the rich culture of South India. The temples of Tamil Nadu in South India are worth exploring not only for their religious significance but also because of their architecture leaving an indelible mark on visitor's mind. South India Tourism means that you are exposed to the best vacations of your lifetime. South India offers Lush green tranquility seems to the wonderful creation of Mother Nature to discover the journey of your soul. Kerala in South India is also one of the most favourable and popular destination among tourists and also known as the God's own country. Existing Ayurveda and yoga resorts in South India not only elopes you from urban treatment but also offer holistic refreshments. Lapped by Arabian Sea, India Ocean and Bay of Bengal the southern tip of the country never fails to add new feathers in your tourist cap when you stumble upon exotic beaches of Goa and Kerala. Best time to visit south india is during winter months ( December to February).
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of South India: 110005 Language : Talagu,kannad,Tamil Weather: Summer 23 To 32°C to °C Winter 15 To 25°C to °C
Beautiful,scenic and historic.
The state has to improve on hygiene and roads.
Saramaniam 5 ★
Great Experience overall
Ramakrishna from Chennai, India5 ★
Bike riders and cyclists paradise.
Ashok Oswal from Boisar Dist Thane, India5 ★
Arunamoy from Hyderabad, India5 ★
We had an awesome experience. Thanks to our travel coordinator. There were few hiccups for sure but overall it was a nice trip. In future, I would definitely engage the same tour operator.
Deon Govender from Sasolburg, South Africa5 ★
My first visit to India was awesome. I landed in Mumbai, spent 2 nights between Mumbai and Kolaba. Then a week in Goa and another week in Chennai. Goa is one of the biggest tourist attractions of India. The scenery is beautiful with beaches and coconut & palm trees filling the area. The people are very friendly and you make friends with the locals and tourists equally.
Chennai was a real eye-opener for me as a Hindu. The temples, churches and mosques I visited showed me what a diverse, beauti