Top Tourist Destinations in South India

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Trip to South India are very popular. With traveler states that include Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Kochi (Cochin), tourists can decide to explore destinations like Mysore, Coorg, Pondicherry, Kodaikanal, Ooty and Madurai. South India has the best of beaches, hills and tea estates. For more information so please visit us: -

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2. More info :- Karnataka in the Western coast line of South India is capable of arousing as well as tantalizing senses with its famous attractions like Carnatic music, long endless beaches and an unparalleled cultural heritage. Aromatic coffee, areca nut and sandalwood plantations are some more of its indispensable attractions. Karnatak tourism of India promotes various heritage tours of Karnataka that highlights the popular Hampi town, the historical Badami caves and many Hindu temples that have served as important factors in alluring tourists since ages.... More Info 3. More info :- There are only few other states that are more culturally rich and historically important states than Andhra Pradesh. Situated on the south eastern part of India, Andhra Pradesh shares its borders with states like Orissa, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Destinations in Andhra Pradesh 1. Amaravati: Amaravati is one of the most sacred pilgrim centre for Buddhists in South India. 2. Bapatla: Historical temple town with the popular Suryalanka Beach on the Bay of Bengal 3. Horsley Hills: Horsley Hills is one of Andhra's three hill stations and is named after the Collector of Cuddapah district, W.D. Horsley, who chose this hill station as his summer residence. 4. Hyderabad: Hyderabad, the capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh, has a history dating back 400+ years and was home to the Deccan Nawabs. Hyderabad is also hope to one of the fastest growing IT hubs in India. 5. Lepakshi: Site of the the famous Veerabhadra Temple (built during the reign of the Vijayanagar Empire of the Hampi fame). 6. Puttaparthi: Puttaparthi is the home of the spiritual guru, Sri Sathya Sai Baba, believed to be the reincarnation of the Shirdi Sai Baba, a saint who lived in the beginning of the 20th century. Puttaparthi draws a large number of tourists and devotees all year around. 7. Tirupati: Tirupati is one of the most sacred pilgrimage destinations in South India and home to the Tirumala Tirupati Sri Venkateswara Temple. 8. Vijayawada: Vijayawada, the 3rd largest city in Andhra Pradesh, literally translates to "The Place of Victory" and located on the banks of Krishna River. 9. Vishakapatnam: The "Jewel of the East Coast", Viskhapatnam with its long stretch of shoreline and beaches, is picturesquely located among the hills of the Eastern Ghats. 4. More info :- If you thought you had seen it all, come to Tamil Nadu. Nestled in the Indian peninsula between the Bay of Bengal in the east and the Indian Ocean in the south lies the southernmost state of Tamil Nadu. With a rich and varied geography and climate, here silvery coastal plains co-exist with lush tropical rain forests, serene river valleys enchant every visitor hand in hand with picturesque hill stations.. More Info 5. More info :- Kerala is situated on the south-west end of India and it enjoys distinctive geographical features which makes it the most sought-after and favorite tourist destinations for the foreigners in Asia. Also known as Gods Own Country, this city has been selected by the National Geographic Traveler as one of the thirteen paradises on the earth. Kerala is very well connected by rail, road and airways with the rest of the country. More Info 6. More info :- Kerala is popularly recognized and believed as God's Own Country, is a perfect destination for holidaymaker. The state is blessed with myriad features like dense tropical forests, beautiful beaches, cliffs, rocky coasts, an intricate maze of backwaters, still bays and astounding 44 radiant rivers. One such interesting place in Kerala is Kochi, the most Cosmopolitan City of the state. Famous as Queen of Arabian Sea, Kochi is located on the coast of the Arabian Sea in central Kerala. Kochi can be regarded as the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. Kochi is full of heritage as well as cultural centers where tourists can also enjoy beaches and indulge in water sports. More Info 7. Travelogy India Pvt. Ltd. Office No. 322, 3rd Floor, Angel Mega Mall, CK-1 Kaushambi, Ghaziabad Delhi-NCR 201010 Mobile No. 9910071704 Phone No. - 0120-4113120, 4114604 Email: Web: Approved by Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO) Approved by American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) More info :- 8. Thank you !!! More info :-