The South of India has its own character and deserves visit purely within the region . Because there is such diversity here that we split the package into two after visiting Madurai for distinctly different endings . The rock-cut temples of Mahabalipuram, the great Rock Fort in Trichy, Meenaskshi Temple in Madurai are only a few examples of what south India stores for you.
Sunny coast line dravidian architecture and culture ,towering temples,old churches, gardens,palaces ,palm fringed beaches ,alluring backwaters and lush tropical scenery are just some of the attraction of the paradise that is the south of India .Home to the ancient Dravidians ,who were the original inhabitants of the sub continent,southern india was never subjected to the domination of the invaders who ruled the north leaving the south with truly hindu flavour.The tour includes a boat ride in the back waters and an invigorating ayurvadic message.
Yercaud Situated 1,515 metres high in the Shevaroy Hills, in the state of Tamil Nadu, Yercaud is quiet little hill station on the Eastern ghats is the only one of its kind in northern Tamil Nadu. While the rest of this region is generally dry, Yercaud presents a welcome contrast with its cool climate where temperature never rises above 30 º C and dip below 13 º C .Read More
Situated in the southern part of India, the province of Karnataka spreads over the Deccan Plateau. At 300B.C., it had formed the southern tip of Mauryan empire. Its boundaries enlarged or receded swaying to the drum beats of history & today it accounts for a sixteenth area of India & has a population of about 45 million.Read More
Ooty nestles in an amphitheatre created by four majestic hills—Doddabetta, Snowdon, Elk Hill and Club Hill. These hills are part of the Nilgiri ranges that are really the meeting point for the Western and the Eastern Ghats. But why the ‘blue’ mountains—one would naturally wonder at the name. Do rest assured, when the lavender-blue flowers of the famous Strobilanthes cover the hills in floral profusion...Read More
Port Blair is an important town of the Andaman Islands with respect to its size and tourist destinations. Thus it is also the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands union territory of India. Lying on the east coast of South Andaman Island, Port Blair is also the main entry point to the islands. The town is a port, with ferries sailing to mainland India.Read More
Nestled in the Cardamom Hill range to the south of the Western Ghats, Periyar is one of the most talked about wildlife sanctuaries in South India. This hilly tiger reserve embraces the Periyar river, which was originally dammed in 1867 for irrigation purposes.Read More
Mysore is one of the major cities of Karnataka, emerging as a thriving market for exotic sandalwood and incense products, the Mysore silk-sarees and stone-carved sculptures. Also known as the fragrant city of Karnataka, Mysore mesmerizes the tourists with its charm and rich cultural heritage.Read More