South India Tour
As a traveller, I adore the southern part of India and will hold it dear till the last day of my life. - P. Herera

Get a Free Travel Guide on South India

Your Privacy is important to us. Your personal information will only be used to provide you with your requested service.

When we start talking of lifetime destinations across the world, the southern part of India ranks among the top. With states like Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh and Union Territories of Lakshadweep and Pondicherry, the southern India has a wide range of attractions to offer, whether it’s about hills, beaches, wildlife, adventure sports, places of worship, heritage, culture or cuisine. There are world-famous hill stations like Munnar, Ooty and Kodaikanal and such famous pilgrimage destinations as Madurai, Rameshwaram, Tirupati, Kanchipuram etc. Beaches of Kerala and Lakshadweep are a hot favourite of travellers. There’s a lot more!

Worried about how to plan a trip? Simply send us your travel plan and you’ll soon be receiving a free itinerary suggestion from our travel advisers.

Cities in South India Attractions Things to Do About Us

Fishing Nets - Kochi Beach
Famous Cities
Wherever in southern India you choose to go, you’ll always have a lot to see, experience and remember. From the very classic to the very modern, the cities offer a rich cultural blend that you would love to savour. Each city in this part of India will have something new and different to offer the visitors. Try to spend atleast a couple of days at each destination to soak up the maximum charm.

Kochi Trivandrum Chennai Bangalore Hyderabad Madurai

Trivandrum
Kuthiramalika Puthenmalika Palace Museum Capital of the kaleidoscopic Indian state of Kerala, Trivandrum is a suitable place to offer you excursions in enchanting backwaters. It is believed to be the city of the holy serpent on which Lord Vishnu resides. Built on seven hills, Trivandrum is a major political, commercial and tourist hub. Either you could row a canoe to reach Kovalam beach, or visit Padmanabha Swamy temple with its renowned mural paintings and stone carvings and dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Kuthiramalika Palace Museum, Napier Museum, Sreekandeswasram temple and Flavor Food Festival are major attractions for visitors to Trivandrum.

Enquire Now for aTour and Download Free Travel Guide on South India



Kochi
Sunset on beachThe "Queen of the Arabian Sea", Cochin is one of the premier tourist destinations in Kerala. You are bound to feel gripped by the captivating beauty of this world-renowned port city, which also is an important business centre. Also known as Kochi, the city houses myriad tourist spots worth visiting at least once in your lifetime. The Dutch Palace at Mattancherry was originally built by Portuguese but it was the Dutch who had brought about the renovations to it. Fort Kochi, built by Portuguese, is a landmark in Cochin. St. Francis' Church, Jewish Synagogue and Santa Cruz Basilica are other attractions in the city of Cochin. The Chinese fishing nets at Cochin are a big draw for tourists as well.

Enquire Now for aTour and Download Free Travel Guide on South India


Chennai
Mahabalipuram Five Rathas ShrinesCapital city of the southern state of Tamil Nadu, Chennai offers numerous sights and sounds to savour for a visitor. Palaces and forts in the city stand as testimony to its glorious past. Erstwhile British trading post for years, Chennai boasts to have the second longest beach in the world - Marina Beach. Besides this world-famous beach, the city offers to sites inclusing British East India Company's St. George Forte, Santhome Cathedral, Kapaleeshwar Temple, Parthsarthy Temple, Guindy National Park, Snake Park of Chennai and National Art Gallery. Serene Garden of Remembrance in Theosophical Society attract a number of tourists and pilgrims alike.

Enquire Now for aTour and Download Free Travel Guide on South India


Bangalore
State Legislature Bangalore Karnataka The ‘Silicon Valley of India', the ‘Garden City of India', the 'City with the Best Climate'...Bangalore has earned numerous sobriquets like these. The capital city of Karnataka, Bangalore is dotted with gardens, parks and historical sites and attracts a large number of both business and leisure travelers. Vidhan Soudha, built in neo-Dravidian architectural style, is one of the must-see places to see in Banaglore. Cubbon Park and Lal Bagh are treat for nature lovers. For spiritually inclined tourists, it houses Bull temple, ISKCON temple, Shiva Temple, Venkataramanaswamy Temple, Gavi Gangadhareswara Temple and Someshwara Temple among others. The city is also known for its brilliant night life teeming with bars, pubs, discos and night clubs.

Enquire Now for aTour and Download Free Travel Guide on South India


Hyderabad
Qutab Shahi TombFondly called the 'City of Nawabs', Hyderabad presents a rare combination of tradition and trend to its visitors. Located in the heart of the city, Charminar is the main landmark of the city. You will be spellbound while admiring its perfectly carved galleries and arches. Never forget to buy the glass bangles from here. Nearby located mosque, Mecca Masjid is large enough to accommodate nearly ten thousand men at prayer. Falakuma palace, Husain Sagar Lake, Naubat Pahad, Salar Jung Museum are other worth visiting tourist spots in Hyderabad. The Nehru Zoological Park is also a big attraction for tourists arriving here.

Enquire Now for aTour and Download Free Travel Guide on South India


Madurai
Gopuram of Meenakshi TempleIncluded among the great temple towns of South India, Madurai is synonymous with the much celebrated Meenakshi Temple. Located on the banks of Vaigai River, Madurai has preserved a rich cultural heritage passed on from the great Tamil era, more than 2,500 years old. Erstwhile an important cultural and commercial centre way back in 550 AD, Madurai is the capital city for the great Pandya kings. Also famous as the "City of Nectar", Madurai is the oldest city in the state of Tamil Nadu. It was home to the ancient Tamil Sangam, the legendary literary conclave producing the first epic, Silappathikaram. If you are headed for Tamil Nadu, Madurai is truly a not-to-be-missed destination.

Enquire Now for aTour and Download Free Travel Guide on South India

Photo Gallery




Copyright © South India Tour