When you think of the great destinations, you smile widely and share with your friend from South India, don’t you isn’t? As we assumed for many years that South India is just for unique culture, tradition and heritage. But the facts that you don’t know about this captivating state, apart from the strong rooted culture, is loads of gorgeous wonders from amazing wildlife’s, jungles, beaches, nature, tigers, yoga, backwaters to varied festivals and adventure sports and activities that really make your jaws drop!
So before you travel across India, take a one-time visit alone to South India which will definitely change your perception about the place
South India known as the cradle of culture or cultural wealth is truly tough to beat. From the days of the Maharaja’s (Kings) to speedy development, this state sharesvarious archaeological, architectural and some most exotic and beautiful temples or wonders of the country.
From this cultural wealth let’s move on another one of the most fascinating reason to taste South India- the “Food”. From spicy aromatic Curries to delectable Sea Food, delicious Pickles to Dosa, Idli, Rice, Pongal, Sāmbhar, Vadai, Hyderabadi biryani and south Indian Coffee are just some of the cuisines which will be one of your fondest appetizing memories.
If you are in South India, whether you are shopaholic or not, get ready to pay excess baggage! As south India traditional attires, colours and design, from crisp cottons, to luxurious silks(kanchipuram sarees), hand woven or embroidered, to Western Brands / ethnic at minimal prices will overload all your senses.
Another wonderful reason to visit this land is hospitality, it’s said that south Indian people are calm, grounded, joyful,welcoming towards tourists and mostlytheir hospitality is even warmer than Indian summer.
If you want a huge range of choices in your holiday destination???? Then don’t worry, under the South Indian sky you will find it all: From adventure to scenic to romantic getaways,world famous religious, historical and heritage sites to wildlife safaris, this land is the one which fits all dreams destinations.
One of the experiences that should not be missed in South India is a variety of dance forms (Bharatanatyam, Kathakali and Kuchipudi), Carnatic Music andcolourful and vibrant harvest festivals (Onam and Pongal) and Dussehra celebration which popular throughout the world no doubt fill your life with joy.
No South Indian holiday will be complete without a tour to Kerala Backwater getaways .Whether it is to stay in the middle of dense greenery, serenity surround with the most personalized service or to sailing around the palm-fringed waterways, lakes, ponds and fresh water rivers (known as backwaters) through traditional thatched Kerala houseboats, South Indian topography will take you breath away.
If fun and frolic is not the main reason of your holiday, then don’t worry South India understand your concern and connects you with the ancient science of herbal medicine and healing (Ayurveda) or every imaginable form of yoga and more rekindle your spiritual side in most religious pilgrimage center.
Being a home offive major states (Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu), there is no insufficiency of hotels in this land; this state provides a complete range of hotels from luxury to cheap hotels,resorts to homestaywith every modern facility/services which no doubt makes your stay comfortable. For more public transport by bus, cab or hired car and driver is easily available and affordable.
And finally here the city name that must include in your itinerary:
Alleppey: Allepey which is famous for Kerala backwaters is just heaven during the monsoons. All that you do here is to take a houseboat cruise or enjoy the serenity and greenery of Kerala.
Hyderabad: Hyderabad, capital of Andhra Pradesh, known for its grand historic sites and appetizing biryaniis another must visit place when you are in South India.
So don’t waste any more time! Pack your bags and don’t look back. South India attractionis calling!
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