The fact is South India, similar to that of North India, does boast of having numerous places of tourist interests. This incredible region is well known for its backwaters, beaches, hill stations, palaces, ancient temples, modern cities, flora & fauna, colourful festivals and fairs and delicious South Indian cuisines that are world famous. Thousands of tourists visit South India throughout the year from all parts of the world. These tourists are more interested to explore the different facets of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. These South Indian states are popular for its interwoven beautiful and rich culture and nature. This tends to enthral the tourists, who are more eager to catch the glimpse of the place very closely during their travel to South India.
Few popular tourist attractions to visit
- Wildlife: The Western Ghats boasts of having big mountain ranges and are blessed with numerous wildlife sanctuaries. These are rich in flora and fauna, as well as avifauna collections. Besides the exotic collections, the wildlife reserves are said to be popular among the tourist for its majestic landscapes. Few of the wildlife reserves that are visited by tourists in huge numbers are Coorg, Periyar, Bandipur, Eravikulam, Biligirirangan Hills, Nagarhole, Mudhumala, Kabini and Wayanad.
- Pilgrimage: Those religious at heart are sure to be fascinated with the numerous small and big temples that are located all over South India. As a matter of fact, there are few popular temples here that were constructed during the days of the rajas and maharajas. The South Indian temples are aesthetically designed and lavishly constructed, do make prominent Indian pilgrimage destinations. Devotees in millions from all corners of the world come here to attend religious functions, festivals and events and to seek the blessings of their favourite almighty. Besides having religious importance, the ancient temples here are also popular for its intrinsic designs, construction and decoration. The temples are stated not only to be the symbols of the rich architectural brilliance, but also tends to represent the erstwhile traditional Dravidian culture. Few of the must visit popular pilgrimage centres here are Madurai, Tirupati, Rameshwaram, Kanchipuram, Gokarna, Hampi, Kanyakumari, Tanjavur, Ramanathaswamy Temple, Guruvayuar and much more. There are endless temples here that are still being visited by devotees in scores.
- Kerala Backwater cruise: Kerala is a South Indian state that is well known for its various beautiful attractions of which the backwater lakes all over the state is one. Kerala’s backwater is considered to be a water path of about 900 km long that is formed by several network canals, lake, inlets and rivers. One can enjoy cruise in the backwaters in the traditional ‘Kettuvalams” or houseboats. The backwater cruise does offer the tourists with the opportunity to explore the real enigmatic beauty of the place and to enjoy the countryside, rice fields, historical monuments and swaying palm trees, all along its banks.
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