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Beautiful beaches, architectural wonders and rich green backwaters make the Southern part of India a leader in the tourism industry. A tour to South India is deeply enriching for all the backpackers!
With two islands of Andaman and Nicobar in Bay of Bengal and Lakshadweep in Arabian Sea, the Southern India offers wide ranging options to travelers. The best tourist places in South India include Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Telangana, Pondicherry, and others...
Get a great tour and a detailed guide to this part of India by contacting a good travel agency. Your trip to South India is incomplete without seeing its natural wonders such as Bandipur, Periyar and Mudumalai National Parks and bewitching beaches like Mangalore, Kovalam and Gokarna. South India is also known for its religious relevance. The busiest pilgrimage places in the region include Hampi, Tirupati, Mamallapuram and Thanjavur.
Various travel agencies are of the view that you have not truly indulged in South region of India unless you have relished on the famous cuisines including Bhat, Sevai, Vada, Uttapam, Dosa and Idli. The best time to visit South India is between December and February as it is the peak season where the temperature is between 22 degree to 30 degree Celsius and climate is less humid. It is also regarded that from the month of May to October, South India is a good time to visit as there are monsoons in the region.
Major things to enjoy in South India include:
- Taking a wild safari at Bandipur and Mudumalai National Parks. These parks can be visited on the way to Ooty where you can get a glimpse of peacocks, mongoose, beer, elephants, and boars residing in their habitats.
- Cruise the Kerala backwaters where you can spend your day peacefully. Even budget houseboats are available easily.
- Get a glimpse of France at Pondicherry as the place was once upon a time a French colony. A spiritual and relaxing visit to the Auroville will add to your southern experience.
For visiting the best tourist places in South India, you must not forget to pack your hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and trekking shoes. For visit in summer, cotton clothes are necessary, in the monsoon, umbrellas or raincoats are necessary and beach wears can also be carried if you have planned to get through any of the south beaches. Some temples do not permit entry unless you are wearing traditional clothes, so carry some ethnic clothes with you.
Lush and lazy coastlines, and numerous historical and architectural wonders make Southern India an extraordinary blend of traditional and modern.