Hidden India South – Explore Off-The-Beaten Roads

The widespread Kerala offers unmatched natural beauty; Goa’s splendid beaches feature life’s adventures and visits to gorgeous temples of Tamil Nadu allow you to experience unmatched spiritualism and breathtaking arts and cultures. However, beyond these notable pearls of South Indian tourism, there are some very hidden treasures that exploring them is an unforgettable experience. Plan a visit to the off-beaten paths in South India, and you get your travel appetite substantially satisfied.

Chennai: The south gate, Chennai is a place that pampers you with bright landscapes and healing environments of serenity and romance. Picturesque landscapes and beaches are great for those who just want great pictures. However, there is much more to collect than just great photos. The history of this wonderful city is quite interesting described by the temples and historical monuments in / around Chennai. Go to Mahabalipuram and explore well-known global temples and monuments pertaining to the great Hindu deities. Moreover, the highlights of Indo-Saracenic architecture, world class Chennai hotels and attractive traditions and cultures are highlights of a Chennai tour.

Kanchipuram: One of the oldest cities in India, Kanchipuram is famous as the "City of Thousands of Temples". The splendid past of this city can amaze anyone. Kanchipuram was ruled by several respected dynasties including the Cholas, Pallavas and the empire of Vijaynagar. Numerous monuments and temples built by these dynasties adorn the city.

The city is famous for its high quality of silk and silk-made products, especially saris and fabrics. The vibrant markets in Kanchipuram offer a variety of hand-woven silk fabrics and saris made by skilled weavers. Local cultures and cuisines are also interesting to taste in Kanchipuram. Some popular attractions for travelers are Vedantangal Birds Sanctuary, Muttukkadu, Mammalappuram, Covelong Beach, Sri Ekambareswara Temple, Sri Kailasanathar Temple and Sum Vardaraja Perumal Temple.

Kodaikanal: This is the most beautiful hill station in Tamil Nadu. Situated at an altitude of about 7,220 meters in the famous Palani Hills, Kodiakonal boasts breathtaking landscapes accompanied by delicious year-round weather. What Kodaikanal literally means in the local language is & # 39; gifts & # 39 ;. And indeed, this place is a gift from Mother Nature being heavenly peach surrounded by dense forests featuring stunning flora and fauna, peach green hills and catchment waterfalls. In addition to the wonderful natural beauty, this place offers visitors a range of exciting activities such as cycling, horse riding, boating and traveling. Splendid Kodaikanal hotels offer tourists an exceptional stay in the lap of nature and luxury.

Alappuzha: The fund is called the "Venice of the East" because of its wonderful merging of land and water. Excellent lagoons, scintillating lakes and canals are premium attractions for travelers. However, the touching landscapes of the heart of the coconut nut palm tree, the sharp traditions and cultures, and the odd home boat ride leave visitors fascinated at the end. With an excellent port along the Malabar Coast, Alleppey was once the busiest port in South India. This beautiful city set in a narrow gorge of land, Alleppey cast a magic spell with unsurpassed natural beauty and cold climatic conditions. Sparkling lagoons, pallet backdrops, sandy beaches, home boat stays and boat races are the main attractions in Alleppey.