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South India or popularly known as the Dravidian Heartland, encompasses the Indian States of Andhra Pradesh, south-india, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Telengana and the Union territories of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshwadeep and Puducherry. South India is bounded by the Bay of Bengal in the east, the Arabian Sea in the West and the Indian Ocean in the south. The geography of the region is diverse with two mountain ranges – the Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats bordering the southern part of the peninsular Deccan Plateau. South India was ruled by several dynasties in ancient times like the Cholas, Cheras, Pandyas, Pallavas, and Chalukyas, and thereafter was colonized by Britain and other nations. South India is not only a region where one will find some ancient historical ruins and magnificent temples with intricate architecture, but it is also blessed with many beaches, waterfalls, forests, lakes, backwaters, wildlife sanctuaries, etc. Hampi, one of the greatest empires in Indian History has some extremely captivating ruins which date back to the 14th century, stretching over an area of 25 kms, comprising of more than 500 monuments. Cruising along the palm fringed canal known as the backwaters of south-india is a quintessential experience and the fairy tale setting of Varkala beach is enough to take your breath away with a long winding stretch of cliff and views over the Arabian sea. Kochi, known as “Gateway to south-india” is an enchanting city that’s had an eclectic influence since the Arabs, British, Dutch, Chinese and Portuguese have all left their mark in the city. The Meenakshi temple in Madurai which is more than 4000 years old has remained a major centre for Tamil culture and learning. You will also be fascinated by the former 18th century French colony Puducherry and be enlightened spiritually when you visit the famous Aurobindo Ashram. So whether you want to relax amidst the backwaters in south-india or rejuvenate yourself with Ayurvedic therapy in south-india, known as the world’s Ayurveda capital or go scuba diving in the tropical islands of Lakshwadeep or explore the diverse wildlife at Kabini or Periyar National Parks or re-connect at the Auroville in Puducherry, South India has a lot to offer to travelers with varied interests.
South India being famous for its ancient temples, beaches, wild life and back waters, this tour has been meticulously planned to give you the true South Indian experience. You will visit many sacred sites in Mahabalipuram, and Trichy which has the Rockfort Temple complex.
South India predominantly known for its wealth of ancient temples, is also blessed with the beauty of nature, comprising of hills, valleys, lakes, rivers, beaches and wild life. This tour not only familiarizes you with the important temples of Mamallapuram, Thanjavur, Trichy, and Madurai.
Karnataka is a state in South India where tourism centres around the ancient sculptured monuments, modern cities, hill ranges, forests and beaches. Hampi, the ancient city of palaces, once the capital of the Vijaynagar empire, has chiseled sculptures and engravings which shine as though still alive.
Karnataka, a state in South India, steeped in ancient and medieval history is not only blessed with beaches, hill stations, coffee plantations, forts, palaces, wild life sanctuaries but also comprises of a wealth of UNESCO World heritage monuments that have a lot of tales to narrate about the chivalry and heroism of the kings that ruled the region.
Andha Pradesh is a state that offers scenic locations, heritage sites, religious places, beaches and art and culture to explore and enjoy. The coastal tour takes you to some of the lesser known places in India alongwith some of the popular ones.