TamilNadu is one of the popular destinations in India, where you could watch the evidence of the distinctive ancient Dravidian culture. This fascinating part of south India trip includes unlimited to picturesque valleys, stunning beaches, tranquil hill stations, wildlife parks, gorgeous temples, and scenic mountains. Apart tourist people, it grabs the attention of pilgrims too. For pilgrims, which offers intricately built temples. Enjoy this hassle free destination with more attractive wonders. This naturally Blessed Indian Peninsula offers uncountable attractions. Let’s begin to wander around the TamilNadu’s most important wonders.
Chennai is the Capital City of TamilNadu, which is referred as the gateway to south India. This sprawling and busy city is famous with many traditions and culture wonders such as beach, temples, museums and galleries, old Portuguese style churches, and amusement parks. Across the city you can find more than 20 heritage structures such as railway stations, Museums, Book Shops, Cinema halls and many more. Chennai is one of the city in a list of must visit places in TamilNadu after Delhi and Mumbai. Here you could indulge your mindset in various activities such as shopping, sightseeing and more. Chennai is the right place to see the India’s diversity reflection. Enjoy this blend of the old and the new, the traditional and the modern in Chennai.
Mahabalipuram is a prominent sea port dating back to 7th century AD, which is famous for the ancient and cultural heritage. Around the clock this small town is bustling with tourist people except monsoon seasons. This amazing town fully sprinkled with the monuments that are carved out of Granite. These monuments are the real evidences of the brilliance of Dravidian style architecture. Another attraction is the beach that has a thriving backpacker scene. Tourist people really love this beaches and the resorts, which helps to remove the weary part from the life from the better relaxation.
Kanyakumari occupies the southernmost tip of the India, which is one of the ancient towns in TamilNadu. This town is important part during the Reign of the Chola, Chera and Pandya dynasty and it is famous for its distinctive culture. Locals like to gather here to watch out the sunrise and the sunset at the beach, which is one of the must do activity over the other. Kanyakumari town lays at the confluence of three water bodies such as the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. It serves as a best and important pilgrimage site in the south of India. So enjoy the Dravidian style of architectures via temples of Kanyakumari.
Have fun over there!