All India Tours
North India Travel Guide East India Travel GuideSouth India Travel Guide
Rajasthan Heritage TourRajasthan Cultural Tour Rajasthan Desert Tour
DalhousieSrinagarNainital
Beaches in Kerala Beaches in Goa Beaches in Mumbai
Bandhavgarh Wildlife Tour Corbett Wildlife Tour Ranthambore Wildlife Tour
Golf Special Tour Royal Golf Holidays Taj Mahal & Golf Tour
Luxury Cars RentalBudget Cars RentalCoach Rental
beaches tour in india
India Travel Guide » South India Travel Guide


South India Travel Guide

Alleppey Travel Guide

Alappuzha ( Alleppey ) is famous for its boat races, houseboats, coir products, fish and lakes. Alappuzha remains prominent on the tourist trial of Kerela as one of the major centers for backwater boat trips.

An enchanting backwater destination, Alleppey offers visitors many other leisure options. Boating and fishing facilities are available at Alappuzha. Holiday packages on the houseboats, traditional Kettuvalloms, are an out-of-this-world experience at Alleppey.


Chennai Travel Guide

Chennai is a city where the traditional and the modern blend in life everywhere. From traditional vegetarian fair to fast foods, from nine-yard sarees to the latest in fashion, from ancient temple architecture to modern high-rise - with Indo-Saracenic and Victorian as stops along the way - from classical music and dance to discos throbbing to heady beats, Chennai has them all and many more vivid contrasts that are a pleasant surprise.

And perhaps the most striking of them all is that here is a modern metropolis with beaches, parks and even sanctuaries in the heart of the City. Chennai offers a wealth of nature and a rich historic past to visitors in the ambience of a city with every modern facility.


Cochin Travel Guide

Cochin is generally called queen of Arabia sea Cochin, the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala, has one of the finest natural harbours in the world. Ancient mariners from Arabia, China, Holland, Britain and Portugal have all left their mark on this beautiful island city.

One of the finest natural harbours on the Arabian Sea coast, Cochin, earlier known as Cochin has been a port of call for foreign traders from early times. Its cosmopolitan character is reflected in the buildings and structures representing different regions of the world. A city of peninsulas and islands, today it is Kerala's commercial hub.


KanyaKumari Travel Guide

KanyaKumari is famous for its spectacular sunrises and sunsets, especially on full moon days, The beach itself is a beautiful sight with lmuklti-colouted sand. There is a lightoused form where one can get a panoramic view. The Government museum offers a good collection of sculptural art crafts of Tamil Nadu. At the southern most tip of India, where the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal meet, liles KanyaKumari, an important pilgrim centre.


Madurai Travel Guide

Madurai's origin and name emerge from a misty and lovely legend. In a forest near a lotus pond, Indra, King of Gods, Worshipped Lord Siva as a Swayambu Lingam.

At this hallowed spot, the Pandyan monarch Kulasekhara built a great temple and clearing the forest, he created a lotus- shaped city around the temple.

On the day the city was to be named, Lord Siva appeared at the ceremony. As he blessed the land and its people, divine nectar (Mathuram) was showered on the city from his matted locks.


Periyar Travel Guide

Periyar is the best-known wildlife sanctuary in south India. Though billed as a tiger reserve, Periyar is really famous for its wild elephants, 100-year-old artificial lake and its setting in the beautiful thickly forested Western ghats. This is not your best shot at spotting the Bengal Tiger considering there are less than 40 of them that inhabit an area of 777sq.km but there’s plenty of other game like the Nilgiri langoor, Nilgiri tahr, bison, deer, antelope and about 700 elephants to make the trip worthwhile.

The Asian elephant is diminutive compared to its larger African cousin but the thrill of spotting a herd of them lumbering through the dense shola (forest) or wading into a lake is going to be no less than seeing the African elephant in the Masai Mara grasslands. There are more than 700 of these large grey animals that have for a long time been a symbol of Indian exotica. Over a 100 species of butterfly and at least 240 species of birds inhabit the area.





South India Travel Guide
Alleppey Travel Guide Chennai Travel Guide Cochin Travel Guide
KanyaKumari Travel Guide Madurai Travel Guide Periyar Travel Guide


North India Travel Guide
East India Travel Guide
South India Travel Guide West India Travel Guide





*Name *Country
*Email  Phone
*Address *Travel Duration
*Arrival Date Departure Date
*No. of People   *Validation Code
1619ad
 Hotel Required  Car/Coach
* Services Required