Are you confused about which places to visit on a south Indian tour? Well, as it is, the four southern states of India i.e. Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu offers a variety of beautiful tourism destinations where you can explore backwaters, temples, hill stations, forests and beaches. On top of all these, if there are a number of affordable south Indian tour packages available in the market, you are bound to get confused!
Visiting the peninsular part of India gives you a number of opportunities to see its gorgeous nature and varied cultures from a close quarter. Talking about culture, if you set out on a South India temple tour to the wonderful stone temples of Mahabalipuram, Chardham yatra tour package 2020-2021 Kanchipuram, Kanyakumari, Rameshwaram and Madurai in Tamil Nadu you will surely get awed by their reflection of rich south Indian history. These historical architectures depict some the best epics and nuances of Hindu tradition. Another famous temple worth visiting during south Indian tour are Tirupati temple (Andhra Pradesh). Hassan, Hampi and Mysore are popular destinations in Karnataka thronged by hundreds of tourists from across the world.
Other brilliant architectural specimens of South India are the Golconda Fort and the Charminar (both in Hyderabad), Lal Bagh Botanical Garden, High Court Complex, Shish Mahal, Cubbon Park and Vidhan Soudha (all in Bangalore), where you must visit during your South tour. All these destinations are unique in their own way and have strong connection to India’s glorious history.
In case you have limited time and want to explore the best in south India then it is better that you purchase a backwater tour package and visit the Alleppey backwaters in Kerala. You will surely love to stay in one of the traditional houseboats and take a cruise along these backwaters. It is indeed a once in a lifetime experience.
Simply rejuvenate your soul in the extensive greenery of the exotic Kovalam Beach during a Kerala tour and the famous Marina Beach while visiting Karnataka. Some of the other tourist places in the state of Kerala are the Kochi fort, the Wayanad Sanctuary, the city of Trivandrum and the Periyar wildlife sanctuary. Beside these, if you take a tour of the beautiful hill stations of Kodaikanal and Ooty (both in Tamil Nadu), Munnar (Kerala) and Coorg (Karnataka) you will feel like having spent your money well for a south Indian tour.
So the more you travel in south India the more you will realise that there is so much to see and do on a South India tour. Not only this, such is the calming effect of a South India tour that be sure to return home rejuvenated.