Hidden South India – Explore Off-The-Beaten Paths


The grown-up Kerala offers unparalleled natural beauty; Beautiful Goa beaches abound with adventures of a lifetime and visits to the magnificent temples of Tamil Nadu give you endless spiritism and breathtaking arts and cultures. However, beyond these obvious gems for South India tourism, hiding treasures that over-explores them is an unforgettable experience. Plan a visit to the unpaved trails in South India and you will satisfy your core with pleasure.

Chennai: To the south is the passage, Chennai is a place that pamper you with spectacular scenery and a healing ambience of serenity and romance. The picturesque grounds and beaches are great for those who simply want beautiful photos. However, there is much more to collect than just great pictures. The history of this gorgeous city is quite interestingly displayed in temples and historical monuments in / around Chennai. Continue to Mahabalipuram and explore the world’s temples and landmarks pertaining to the great Hindu deities. In addition, the great points of Indo-Saracen architecture, the world-class Chennai hotels and the seductive traditions and cultures are other features of the Chennai tour.

Kanchipuram: One of the oldest cities in India, Kanchipuram is known as "the city of a thousand temples". The wonderful past of this city can enchant anyone. Kanchipuram was ruled by several prominent dynasties, including the Cholas, the Pallavas and the Vijaynagar empire. Numerous monuments and temples that erected these dynasties adorn the city.

The city is known for its high quality silk and silk products, especially sari and fabrics. The vibrant markets in Kanchipuram offer a variety of hand-woven silk fabrics and saris prepared by skilled weavers. Locus culture and cuisines are also interesting for tasting in Kanchipuram. Some popular attractions for travelers are Vedantangal Bird Sanctuary, Muttukkadu, Mammalappuram, Covelong Beach, Sri Ekambareswara Temple, Sri Kailasanathar Temple and Perrial Sri Vardaraja Temple.

Kodaikanal: This is the most beautiful hill station in Tamil Nadu. Located at an altitude of about 7,200 meters in the famous Palani hills, Kodiakonal boasts a stunning sight combined with better weather all year long. What Kodaikanal literally means in the local language is a & # 39; gift. And indeed, this place is a gift from Mother Nature of the sky beautifully surrounded by dense forest that contains enchanting flora and fauna, beautiful green hills and cascading waterfalls. In addition to the gorgeous natural beauty, this place offers visitors a number of exciting activities such as cycling, horseback riding, boating and hiking. The splendid Kodaikanal hotels give tourists a wonderful stay in the lap of nature and luxury.

Alleppey: Fondly has been dubbed the "Venice of the East," thanks to its marvelous merging of land and water. Beautiful lagoons, glittering lakes and canals are premium attractions for travelers. However, the scenery of touching coconut palm trees, relaxed traditions and culture, and enchanting home boat rides leave visitors enchanted in the end. With an excellent port along the Malabar coast, Alleppey was once the busiest port in South India. This beautiful city established on a narrow mainland, Alleppey cast a magic spell with unsurpassed natural beauty and cool climates. Sparkling lagoons, palm-lined gloves, sandy beaches, boarding and boat racing are the main attractions in Alleppey.