Tourist Attraction in Tamilnadu

Tour to Tamilnadu

Why Visit Tamilnadu:

Abundant in natural resources and cradling some of the most ancient dynastic cultures and architectural marvels of southern India,Tamilnadu, or the village/land of the Tamils is an ideal holiday destination for a rewarding experience. The picturesque scenic beauty, idyllic location and of unparalleled, authentic flora and fauna make a tour to Tamilnadu a wonderful sojourn where you can indulge in reconnecting with yourself or spending quality time with your family and friends.

Tourist attractions in Tamilnadu:

The capital city Chennai, located on the east Coromandel coast, is a cultural hub and one must take time to explore its refreshing beaches (Marina, Covelong, Besant nagar), parks, temples and cultural centers. The UNESCO World heritage sites at Mahabalipuram must be next on one’s list for a brilliant glimpse of some wonderful granite marvels in Dravidian architecture. It is easy to rent a bike to go around this city. Kanyakumari must also make it to one’s itinery. The confluence of the Indian ocean, Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal is a visual delight and the sandy beaches and temples must not be missed. Madurai offers a wonderful spiritual experience as well. The Meenakshi Ammam Temple located here is a major ancient temple that tourists flock to. It is much revered among the Tamil people. Kanchipuram is popular for its silk industry and fabric fanatics may add this to their lists. With its enchanting natural beauty, Kodaikanal, also called the Princess of Hill stations and Ooty have lakes, hills and waterfalls to enthral one’s senses, offering a perfect close to your trip.

Climate, Culture and Cuisine:

The state is blessed with a tropical climate and that makes it popular among tourists fleeing the harsh winters of their countries. It is advised that you don’t book your tickets for a visit during monsoon as that is not the best time to be here. A spread of classic south Indian delicacies: sambar, idly, rasam, rava dosa and vadas are a must.

How to reach Tamilnadu:

The Chennai airport is well connected with Indian as well as a few international cities. Interstate buses as well as private coaches do well at connecting Tamilnadu to bordering states. The rail network connectivity is also good.