South of India - cities and resorts of South India

South of India

South of India

Planning to go on vacation to the South of India? They will be waiting for you here:
- rivers and rainforests of Kerala;
- endless beaches of Pondicherry and Karnataka;
- interesting architecture, temples, traditional Indian dances in Tamil Nadu.

Kerala state

People rush to Kerala for a beach holiday, Ayurvedic treatment, and tasting exotic dishes.
Those who are interested in beaches should take a closer look at Alappuzha: here you can not only soak up the sandy beaches, but also relax, enjoying the picturesque area - lakes, lagoons, palm thickets.
If you are an active tourist, head to Kovalam Bay - there are conditions for surfing, kayaking, water skiing.
If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful place, then you can find it by going to Bekal beach.
As for entertainment and excursions, in Kerala you will find trips to spice plantations, visits to attractions (Mattancheri Palace, Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Padmanabhapuram Palace), nature reserves and the jungle, swimming in the backwaters and lagoons on "houseboats".

State of Karnataka

Holidays in Karnataka will be appreciated by nature lovers (excursions to nature reserves and national parks are organized) and the rich cultural and historical heritage of the state (it is represented by palaces, temples, caves, ancient cities).
Shopaholics will also like Karnataka: there are shops, malls and Indian markets where you can buy sarees and colorful textiles in ethnic style..
Informative tourists will have a chance to visit the ancient village of Hampi, see the Virupaksha temple (15th century), the Lotus Palace, the Rama temple; admire the Jog Falls waterfall (you can go down to it and swim); visit the Tiger Reserve (in addition to tigers, porcupines, roe deer, lions live here), where a safari tour can be organized for you; visit the village of Shravanabelagola (there is an 18-meter monument to Gomateshwar).

Andhra Pradesh State

Andhra Pradesh invites its guests to admire pristine hilly landscapes, relax on secluded beaches, visit the Tirumala Venkateshwar temple, rice fields and cotton plantations, see Chandragiri fort, Belum and Bora caves, famous for stalactites and stalagmites, which are more than a million years old..
Beach lovers should know that there are many good beaches here, but they are not as well equipped as in Europe. But, despite this, it is worth taking a closer look at the beaches of Ramakrishna, Lawsons Bay, Burava, Kallepalli.
South India is a comfortable and hospitable place for pilgrims and tourists pursuing various goals on vacation (there are ancient monuments, mountain villages, beaches, nature reserves, fairs and festivals).

Pictures of the South of India

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