Situated at the southernmost tip of the Indian peninsula, Kanyakumari is bounded by mountains and bordered by vibrant sea shores. If Kanyakumari is your next travel destination to uncheck then let me tell you, once you reach there you would see paddy fields and coconut trees all around the city. Other than this, the place has always been a main centre of religion, art and culture and this has made it a popular tourist destination. Not just this, but Kanyakumari is well-known among tourists because of its pristine beaches as well as its temples and churches. If you are looking for a holiday where you can just lie on a less-crowded beach under the warmth of sun on the white sand and sipping a cool drink, then book your tickets to Kanyakumari.
Located on the banks of the Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is a bunch of many small man-made islands. The village is also home to a renowned bird sanctuary called Vembanad Bird Sanctuary, which is spread over an area of 14 acres attracting a number of migratory birds; it is indeed an ornithologist’s paradise that mesmerize. For those who love boating and fishing you’ll get to experience it at the Taj Garden Retreat, anextensive old bungalow-turned-resort.
If you are looking for the best monsoon getaway where you can be yourself and chill amid the exotic lush greenery and craggy peaks, then Munnar, an idyllic hill station, is calling you. Being one of the major tea plantations of South India, the place is situated on the banks of three rivers, Mattupetty, Nallathanni and Periavaru. So if you are somebody who loves adventure then visiting Munnar during the monsoon season would give you achance to enjoy cycling amid the tea gardens and beautiful lakes. Also, don’t miss out on visiting The Eravikulam National Park, Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary which are the most important tourist attractions of Munnar.
Located 11 km away from Munnar, Devikulam is a wonderful picnic spot as well as honeymoon destination. The gorgeous hill station denotes nature in its pristine glory, with the velvet lawns and enormous range of exotic flora and fauna. This has made the striking hill station a must visit spot for the tourists. Other attractions in the hill station are Eravikulam National Park, Mangalam Devi Temple, Kurinjimala Sanctuary, Sita Devi Lake, which is the most visited place by tourists. Also, if you love fishing, you’ll get achance to enjoy trout fishing.
Have you ever fantasized of getting lost in the hypnotic beauty of the rolling hills and dense forest? If this is in your to-do list, then head towards Kodaikanal, as it will offer you all that have thought of. Thanks to the plenty of natural beauty that has let Kodaikanal rank on the list of the beautiful hill stations in the country. Whether it be lakes, the lush greenery or the splendid views of the Palani Hills, trust me you are going to love everything about Kodaikanal. You can trek to the Green Valley View or the Dolphin’s Nose to get yourself occupied in the serenity of the Berjarim and Kodai Lake. Kodaikanal ranks high on the list of hill stations in India thanks to the richness of natural beauty. Also, if you are a chocolate lover, then you are going to find some wholesale markets of chocolates where you can buy a variety of flavours at reasonable prices.
Being the second largest hill station in the wonderful Nilgiri Hills, Coonoor is a pleasant location where solace could enjoy a panoramic view of the Nilgiri Hills and Catherine Falls. The fascinating thing about the place is it offers incredible thoughts to the writers and poets, and thus Coonoor stands like a dream come true for such people due to its trimmed hills, rich greenery, colonial culture which will leave you calm and inspired. Believe me, visiting Coonoor you’ll totally lose yourself to nature and its eternal beauty. Also, visit the famed tourist attractions such as the Dolphin’s Nose, Droog Fort, Hidden Valley and Ketty etc.
Known as the ‘Queen of Hills’, Ooty is the finest place for those who are a mountain lover. Ootyconveys simplicity, and anyone visiting the place never gets disappointed as one can senseassociated with the local culture. While travelling to Ooty, you would come across the splendid sight of awe-inspiring Nilgiri Hills, tea gardens and the waterfalls. So if you are looking for a break from stressful city life, then Ooty is the place where you can escape to experience the heavenly nature. Also, the place is well-known as another honeymoon destination in India desired by couples. Take a trip in the Toy Train that would give you panoramic views of the gorgeous hill station.
Nestled in the hills of Western Ghats, Wayanad is one of the loveliest attractions in Kerala. Being a part of the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve, the popular town is famous for spice farms, exotic wildlife along with the historical caves, enchanting waterfalls, comfortable resorts and homestays making Wayanad a must visit place for the one who is looking for amity and explore the untouched beauty of Kerala.
If you are a nature lover and looking for a place filled with stunning attractive beauty then Coorg is where you need to plan your trip. Nestled amidst the magnificent mountains the place is a popular coffee production hill station in the western ghats with the view of beautiful green hills and streams cutting through them. Ever tried waterfall rappelling? If not, now is the time where you can relish an thrilling challenge by rappelling through the waterfalls and falling from a height to get a lifetime experience at Chelavara. Also if you happen to visit Coorg with family then visit the Golden Temple, Talakaveri Temple and watch sunrise and sunset at the Raja’s Seat.
Goa is a state positioned on the west coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan which is 131 km long. Goa tour packages are availed from all across the world cheers to its fabulous weather and a number of beaches. With exotic beaches, attractive landscapes, exciting activities, leisurely accommodations, peppy culture, dazzling nightlife, and lip-smacking cuisine, Goa is a perfect destination for all types of holidaymakers. Be it a honeymoon, a solo trip or a family vacation, Goa has something to offer for all types of trips
MANGALORE – Sultan’s Battery, Shreemanthi Bai Memorial Government Museum, Kadri Temple, St. Aloysius College Chapel, Rosary Cathedral, Mangaladevi Temple, Mangalore Houses are some of the attractions. Mangalore has been a trading centre for many countries and was ruled for a considerable time by a tribe, known as Alupas. Once upon a time Mangalore was the major port of Hyder Ali’s kingdom. Today it’s a bustling and hassle-free city where one can see everything from burkhas to blue jeans. The significant Catholic community dates back to the arrival of the Portuguese in 1526, while the large, mixed university population gives the city, an air of progressiveness. In the epic Ramayana, Lord Rama ruled over the region, while in the epic Mahabharata, Sahadeva, the youngest of the Pandavas and Arjuna, the hero of Mahabharata, governed the area.
HASSAN is a handy base for discovering Belur, Halebid and Shravanabelagola and home to the Master Control Facility of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It is called the temple-architectural capital of Karnataka and is also the location of the Hasanamba Temple.
MYSORE – One of the most visited monuments in India, the Ambavilas Palace is also known as Mysore Palace. It has all the trappings of royalty. The Jaganmohana Palace, the Jayalakshmi Vilas and the Lalitha Mahal are some of the other palaces in the city. Chamundeshwari Temple, atop the Chamundi Hills and St. Philomena’s Church are popular religious places in Mysore. Brindavan Garden – These tranquil ornamental gardens are laid out below the immense Krishnaraja Sagar Dam. Chamundi Hills – Standing up in a little hill, they command a stunning view of the city.
BANGALORE – This is claimed to be the cleanest city of the country. The city has two attractive parks called Lalbagh and Cubbon Park. These occupy the maximum land area of the city. The Radha Krishna temple is eye-catching and was built recently. The Vidhana Soudha is the State Legislative Assembly and a part of the Secretariat was constructed on the lines of neo Dravidian style