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Places To Visit In South India

Places To Visit In South India
South India comprise five States- Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana.
It also includes three union territories Puducherry, Lakshwadeep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. South India shape is like an inverted triangle surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the West, the Bay of Bengal on east and the Vindhya and Satpura ranges on the north.
This region has a tropical climate and majorly depends on monsoons for rainfall.
South India is known for its unique culture, lifestyle and food. Here is our list of places to visit in South India (State Wise) that tourists should visit.

Kerala | Travel Guide

Kerala located between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats.
The state is interconnected by 44 rivers. It’s the long coastline with calm beaches and tranquil stretches of emerald backwaters. Also, grassy hills and exotic wildlife are just some of the wonders awaiting you as you cross over. You should definitely visit these places.


Varkala located 50 km northwest of Trivandrum the capital city of Kerala. A peaceful and quiet hamlet lies on the outskirts of Trivandrum district. The place has many sightseer options that include a lovely beach and a 2000-year-old Vishnu Temple.

Varkala Beach
Alappuzha-Also is known as “Venice of the East. An essential place in the maritime antiquity of Kerala. At present, this place well-known for its boat races, backwater holidays, beaches.  Alappuzha Beach is a well-liked picnic spot. While you are in this place, you should experience the one-night houseboat cruise. 
Alappuzha- The Awesome Backwaters


The Queen of the Hills is not a moniker that given out lightly, but Munnar claimed it seamlessly like a pureblood monarch. This hill station is today atop every global traveller’s bucket list, standing as the ultimate culmination of natural beauty.

Munnar- The marvellous view of tea estates


Karnataka is bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, Goa to the northwest, Maharashtra to the north. This is the 4th most famous tourist country in India. A bouquet of attractions can offer you. It extends from Belgaum in the north to Bangalore in the south. From beautiful landscapes to rich cultural heritage, tranquil beaches and fabulous food, Karnataka is genuinely a world in itself!
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, located along the Tungabhadra River. Hampi is also known as the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire and known for its rich history. The beauty of this place is the more you go around, the more it brings adventures, knowledge and takes you through an unplanned historical tour. Hampi is the perfect combination of a backpacker’s paradise, surrounded by the three hills Anjaneya, Malyavanta and Matanga hills.
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Andhra Pradesh

Situated in the south-east of the country, it is the seventh-largest state in India. Including an area of 160,205 km2 (61,855 sq mi). The state has 974 km long coastline. It’s home to Tirupati which is one of the world’s most-visited holy site. Andhra Pradesh is known as “The Rice Bowl of India.” From beaches to forests and from temples to caves, Andhra Pradesh has it all.
Popularly known as the East Coast Jewel. This port city and financial capital offer you beaches, Buddhist sites and wildlife. It’s Combine heritage and adventure in Visakhapatnam. Beaches, wildlife and nature, come together as one. Enjoy the excitement of water sports at Rushikonda and Ramakrishna Beach.


Located in the district of Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh,. The place is known to the whole world. It’s one of the most famous pilgrimage centres in the country


Telangana situated Indian Peninsula on the high Deccan Plateau. It is the 11th largest state and the 12th most populous state in India with a geographic area of 112,077 square kilometres. On June 2, 2014, the state separated and formed the 29th State with Hyderabad as its historic permanent capital. Its other capitals include Warangal, Nizamabad and Karimnagar. Maharashtra border Telangana into the north, Chhattisgarh to the east, Karnataka to the west and Andhra Pradesh to the east and south.


The place takes you back to the time of kings and queens with its beautiful ancient sites and extraordinary natural beauty. Warangal is considered the fifth largest city in this state. The legends have it that it was known as Oruguallu mainly due to the existence of a vast hillock which seemed to have been carved out entirely off one stone. Warangal will take you back to the era of kings and queens with beautiful historical sites. The natural beauties of Warangal are no less impressive, and Lake Parkhall and nature reserves are also worth a visit.


Hyderabad -The real melting pot of old and new Hyderabad, known as Nawab City, a city that exudes its charm of the old world and still co-exists with the rapidly growing onslaught of commercialization in perfect harmony. Submerged in history, Hyderabad is home to ancient mosques and bazaars that are lined in parallel along new elegant office buildings and shopping centers, and these are the contrasts – these insights into the city’s rich past with the inherent promises of an even better future – that’s precisely what Hyderabad does a town worth a visit.


Nagarjunasagar– A site of magnificent human-made marvel flanked by somewhat enchanting panoramic vistas of the lush green surrounding. Lying in the Nalgonda District of Andhra Pradesh, the most famous landmark of the town is world’s tallest masonry dam Nagarjunasagar dam built over Krishna River.

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is located in the southernmost part of the Indian subcontinent and bordered by the Union’s territory of Puducherry and the South Indian States of Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Towards north Tamil Nadu bordered by the Eastern Ghats, the Nilgiri Mountains, Meghamalai Hills and Kerala, in the east by the Bay of Bengal, the Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Strait in the southeast and the Indian Ocean in the south. List of places vacationist should visit:-


Approximately 705 km from State Capital, Chennai. It is a “rocky land” in the Indian Ocean, Tamil Nadu, located on the southern tip of the Indian subcontinent. Many call it KOODAL, which means situated at the confluence of the three oceanic bays of Bengal, the Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean. Kanyakumari is popular because it is the only place on Earth where one can witness the Sunrise and the Sunset from the ocean.


Mamallapuram-Also known as Mahabalipuram,  a town in Chengalpattu district in the southeastern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It was earlier a busy seaport, now a well-known beachside tourism centre with a group of Tamil masterpieces, recently being declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Rameswaram– Approximately 570 from Chennai. Small island and the main pilgrimage centre in the Gulf of Mannar. It is connected to the mainland by the Pamban Bridge. After returning from Ceylon after Ravana Yudhdham in Lanka, Srima offered a prayer of repentance to Lord Siva to get rid of the sins committed by Slaying Ravana. The number of wells is assumed to indicate 22 arrows in Rama’s quiver. The interior of the temple has remarkable long corridors, running between massive galleries on platforms above five feet.
Pamban Bridge

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