South India Cities
Agatti Island, also pronounced as Agathy, is located at a distance of about 459 km from Kochi. It is a 5.6 Km long island which is spread over an area of 3.84 sq. Km.
Alleppey is a land of smiling sun washed by the silvery waves of emerald blue Arabian sea in South India Cities. Mesmerized by the magic of this beautiful expanse, tourists will always cherish the golden memories of the place.
Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka, is a land of amalgamation of various races and cultures. Known as the Silicon Valley of India,
Former capital city of Chalukyan empire, Badami is well known for its ancient caves and temples. Picturesquely situated between two rocky hills.
Bangaram island is uninhabited and a virtual tropical haven. The teardrop shaped island of the Lakshadweep Islands presents a awesome spectacle of glinting coral reefs, turquoise blue lagoons, silvery beaches.
Belur also known as the Dakshin Banaras or Southern Banaras is situated on the banks of Yagachi river in the state of Karnataka.
A treasure - trove of some of the finest example of the Mughal architecture, Bijapur is often referred to as the Agra of the South.
This fascinating state is famous for its cutworks in the temples, coconut fringes, and silk saris. The gateway to the sunny south, the city is a saddle of ancient civilization with a rich legacy of fine arts, sculptures and architecture.
The word Chidambaram is derived from the word 'Chit Ambaram' which literally means the sky permeated by an atmosphere of intelligence and wisdom
Kochi, formerly known as Cochin was the first of the European colonies in India, initially of Portugal and later occupied by the Dutch and then the British.
Coimbatore is situated on the banks of river Noyyal and is one of the largest cities in Tamil Nadu. The city has got picturesque natural beauty which has made it a most sought after tourist destination in Tamil Nadu.
Darasuram is an ancient town about 380 kms south of Chennai in Tamil Nadu and also boasts a silk weaving centre.
The ancient town of Gangai Konda Cholapuram in Tamil Nadu is an hour's drive from Chidambram. It was the capital of the Cholas till their fall in the 13th century
Halabid in Karnataka, South India is one of the glorious towns of the former Hoysala Empire. 16 km from Belur
Hampi, the erstwhile Capital of Vijayanagara Empire, transports its visitors to the bygone age of the 14th Century
The serenity and picturesque beauty of the town Hassan is not the only reason why it is a most popular tourist destination. Located at a distance of 200 Km from Bangalore, this town is known for its ancient temples and other tourist spots.
Kanya Kumari is one of the most sought after tourist and pilgrimage destinations in India. The city got its name after the Virgin Goddess Kanya Kumari, one of the names of goddess Parvati.
Karaikudai is one of the popular tourist destinations in Chettinad of South India Cities. Chettinad literally means Land Of Chetti. A large number of tourists come to Karaikudai to visit the famed Athmanathaswamy Temple.
Intriguingly enigmatic, the picturesque city of Mahabalipuram is world renowned for its shore temples. The long stretch of unspoiled beaches and rock-cut art of this historic city attracts one and all.
Sweet smell from sandalwood carvings and bright silks wave in the breeze in the city of Mysore. Mysore is just as famous for its silk and sandalwood
A mystic city with streets carrying French name, has survived by and through change and is an irrefutable prodigious tourist destination.
Rameshwaram is the most crucial part of any Hindu religious tour or any other temple tours in India. It is called "Vanarasi" of South India and is part of Char Dham Yatra.
Thanjavur was formerly known as Tanjore. The name of the place is derived from the name of legendry Asura "Tanjan" who was killed by Lord Vishnu and Anandawali Amman.
At a distance of 260 miles from Thiruvananthapuram is located one of the most important tourist destinations of India - Thekkady. This place is rich in flora and fauna and is well known for its wildlife preservation.
Tiruchillappalli city is also known as Trichy, Tiruchirapalli and Tiruchy. This city has witnessed many reigns and rulers which include Cholas, Pandyas, Pallavas, Sultanates, Vijayanagar Empire, Nayak Dynasty, Carnatic state and the British.
Formerly known as Trivandrum, Thiruvanathapuram is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South India. The city is mostly known for its ancient temples which have great religious importance and for the spectacular beaches it has.