Discover South India

South India is a land of diverse cultures, made up of the six states of Goa, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The region is as varied in geography and climate as it is in culture and cuisines with historical landmarks and natural scenic places of beauty.

The sheer beauty of Kerala is sure to sweep you off your feet. Often referred to as ‘Gods Own Country’. The countryside is known for its stunning plantations and sleepy fishing villages while the cities are havens of culture, ancient oases of architecture and traditions. The vast coastline ensures the presence of mesmerizing beaches, from popular tourist hotspots to hidden gems that are perfect for sunbathing and relaxation. If you are in love with Indian cuisines, Kerala is perhaps the best place to enjoy those coconut flavours and spices. Each dish forces you to lick your fingers as you go, for where’s the taste without diving into Indian food with both hands!

South India sets itself apart with fascinating sights and unparalleled scenery to ensure that every experience in the region is immensely satisfying. Tea plantations join hands with vast national parks; spice groves set the foundation for the sleepy backwaters, ancient customs take you beyond hidden villages, Chinese fishing nets, and local architecture strewed along the way.

We often tend to stick to Kerala and Goa while visiting South India, but the region offers so much more. Karnataka delivers the romance of traditional India with its tiger reserves, stunning scenery, and ancient ruins. Mega-cities let you live the good life while jungles full of tigers, elephants and monkeys let you bring the concept of game drives to India. Hampi and its ancient architecture is another must-see destination for most visitors. Moreover, whatever you do, don’t miss out on those enchanting sunsets

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Kerala

Discover the allure of Kerala through its enchanting tours. Nestled in the heart of India, Kerala beckons travellers seeking solace amidst the hustle and bustle of urban life. Here, nature reigns supreme, offering a sanctuary to weary souls, a haven where the mind finds solace, and the body is revitalized.

Spanning over 600 kilometres of palm-fringed coastline, Kerala boasts captivating beaches that rival the best in the country. Yet, amidst these coastal gems, the tranquil backwaters steal the spotlight. A labyrinth of scenic canals, they unveil nature's splendour in all its glory, often overshadowing even the most mesmerizing beaches.

Immerse yourself in the verdant landscapes that soothe the soul, while your gaze feasts upon exotic avian wonders and idyllic vistas. Glide through these enchanting backwaters aboard a traditional houseboat, passing quaint fishing villages that offer a glimpse into the rich tapestry of South Indian culture. But Kerala has more to offer than just scenic beauty.

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Tamil Nadu

Embark on a journey through Tamil Nadu, a land steeped in rich history and vibrant tradition. As the cradle of Dravidian culture, it stands as a testament to an ancient civilization relatively untouched by foreign invaders, where the echoes of the past reverberate through time.

Discover the heart of Tamil Nadu in Madurai, home to the iconic Meenakshi Temple, a majestic testament to centuries of devotion. Wander through the labyrinthine streets of this cultural and commercial hub, where history intertwines with modernity, and the Tamil language resonates in its purest form.

Venture further to Tanjore, once the illustrious capital of the Chola dynasty . Here, amidst a landscape adorned with 74 magnificent temples, stands the awe-inspiring Brahadeeswara Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Delve into the city's vibrant artistic heritage, renowned for its exquisite bronzes, luxurious silks, and famed Tanjore paintings.

Ascend to the misty heights of Ooty, affectionately known as "The Queen of the Blue Mountains." Nestled amidst the verdant Nilgiri ranges, this charming hill station captivates with its salubrious climate and breath taking vistas. Explore rolling hills cloaked in pine and eucalyptus forests, and meander through lush tea and coffee plantations, a testament to its colonial past.

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Karnataka

The storied lands of Karnataka, where history echoes through the ages, and the remnants of great dynasties beckon. From the days of Emperor Ashoka to the rise of illustrious rulers like the Kadambas, Hoysalas, Chalukyas, and Vijayanagar Emperors, Karnataka's legacy is etched in the magnificent stonework and the remnants of once-thriving cities nestled within lush tropical jungles

Explore a tapestry of wonders as you traverse Karnataka's diverse landscapes, from verdant forests to enchanting hill stations, from bustling cities to serene beaches. Discover timeless temples, marvel at spectacular waterfalls, and immerse yourself in the vibrant art and culture that permeates every corner of this captivating land.

Delve into the heart of Karnataka's heritage as you witness the grandeur of Hampi and Pattadakal, the intricate beauty of Belur,Halebid, and Somnathpur temples , and the ancient cave temples of Badami and Aihole

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Goa

Indulge in luxurious getaways to Goa, a haven that once stood as a jewel in Portugal's eastern empire. Retaining echoes of its colonial past, this verdant state boasts expansive beaches and a charming blend of Portuguese influence. Here, the traditions of Roman Catholicism remain steadfast, accompanied by the presence of wine on even the most modest tables. Delight in exquisite cuisine and immerse yourself in a lifestyle infused with the rhythms of song, dance, and merry beachside gatherings to the tunes of guitar and drums.

Tranquil and idyllic, Goa offers the perfect ambiance for leisurely holidays, attracting sun-seeking travellers with its renowned "travellers' scene" that has enchanted visitors for years.

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Telangana

Formerly a territory of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana officially gained statehood on June 2nd, 2014, becoming the 29th state of India. Its capital, Hyderabad, is a bustling metropolis, and it shares its borders with Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra. Telangana is replete with a multitude of tourist attractions, encompassing historical sites, majestic forts, and revered temples, alongside picturesque waterfalls and verdant forests. Notably, the iconic Charminar stands as a testament to the architectural brilliance of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, boasting four grand minarets that remain a cherished highlight of the region.

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