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South India
South India

South India, the land of divine natural beauty, is known for its cultures and traditions, rich wildlife, spice & tea
plantations, green valleys, lakes, beaches and backwaters !!

South India experiences a tropical location surrounded by the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal in the west, south and east respectively. The states of this part of India, including Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Lakhshadweep and Pondicherry, welcome you with full warmth to its peaceful surroundings. All these areas, being popular tourist destinations, provide ultimate satisfaction and unlimited comfort. Geographically, the whole region is a peninsula with mountain ranges like the Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats. The Narmada and Mahanadi rivers in the northern parts nourish Vindhya and Satpura ranges. Parts of extreme south are surrounded by palm and coconut groves. The three major river deltas of South India, the Kaveri, the Godavari and the Krishna, are known for their thick vegetation.

Tourists from all over the world visit South India to spend quality time with divine mother nature. Tourists can engage in such activities activities like:

  • Backwater cruising! Travelling from one island to another on motor boats & houseboats and exploring marine life is one of the most fascinating attractions.
  • Water sports including swimming, surfing, beach volleyball, canoeing and boat racing!
  • Visiting religious places & temples! The temples provide a peaceful atmosphere and an enchanting view of traditional south Indian architecture with marvellous paintings, shrines and nakkashis (carvings).
  • Staying amidst the spice-tea-coffee plantations! High green valleys are covered with the cultivations of tea, coffee and spices like pepper, cardamom etc. The air is filled with a wonderful aroma of these products and the regions enjoy light rainfall and humidity.
  • Experiencing thrilling Jungle Safaris! Visiting the habitats of elephants, sambars, tigers, gaurs, lion tailed macaques, nilgiri tahr, nilgiri langurs, migratory birds, reptiles and aquatic species, is one of the most adventurous activities during a trip to south India.
  • Visiting historical monuments, palaces and forts! All the south Indian states have strong impressions of several dynasties like the Cholas, Pandyas, Cheras, Hoysalas and Vijayanagar. Each dynasty had a different architecture style, and this can be seen on the walls of forts, their paintings, murals (wall paintings), antiques and structure.
  • Enjoying festivals! South Indian festivals are popular for their enthusiastic celebrations. Onam with is  associated with flowers and snake boat races. Thrissur Pooram, more popularly known as the Elephant Festival, is the most colourful temple festival which is characterized by a huge parade of caparisoned (decorated with gold, flowers etc.) elephants. Pongal (Tamil Nadu), Ugadi (Karnataka), Hampi, Kerala boat festival and Tea and Tourism festival (Ooty) are some other major festivals that are celebrated with full vigor.
  • Rejuvenating body, mind and soul through Ayurveda! Ayurvedic therapies and Yoga exercises are very popular in south India. These are capable of healing any sort of disorder or disease, and, therefore attract tourists in great numbers.

Traditional Art Forms

South India is world famous for its traditional music, dance and art forms. Dance forms like Bharatnatayam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali, Theyyam, Ottamthullal, Oppama, Kerela Natanam and Mohiniaatam are the identity of South India. South Indian or Carnatic music one of the most finely organized traditional rhythmic music styles in the world. Children are
encouraged from an early stage to learn dance and music in South India.


South India, the land of coconuts and rice, is popular for rice items including dosas, idli-sambar and uttapam. In several parts, the specialty is sea food based, and includes fish, prawns and crabs. South India is famous for its tea and coffee.

Visit the treasured land of art, culture, architecture and resources to witness the surprisingly distinct natural beauty.
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