South India Tour Packages

South India Tour Packages

Market Price
Rs. 24,999
Rs. 20,999


South India Tour Packages Inclusions:

Accommodation on twin sharing basis in well appointed deluxe room.

Daily buffet / fixed menu breakfast & Lunch / Dinner in standard meal venues.

Transfer from Cochin Airport / Railway Station to various destination as per the itinerary in a a/c car.

Sightseeing as per Itinerary

Driver allowance & All applicable hotel taxes

South India Tourism

A South India Tourist Places and tour includes trips to the backwaters, beaches, temples along with Ayurveda treatment and varied wildlife. The rich culture, history and tradition adds to the mystery and magic of South India. A trip to Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Lakshadweep, or Andaman& Nicobar Islands provides you with fond memories. Nature lovers, adventure lover and wanderlust would surely like to visit South India because of its diversity. Temples in South India : Dotted with temples, South India attracts people with religious interest. A couple of towns and cities in South India are referred to as temple towns as well such as Madurai, Rameshwaram and Mahabalipuram. The high quality of architectural work showcased in the walls and ceilings of the temples are contribution of Cholas, Pandyas and Pallava dynasties. The most attractive temples to visit in South India are Badami Cave Temples, Guruvayoor Temple, Lepakshi Temple, Lingaraja Temple, Meenakshi Temple, Tirupati Tirumala Balaji, Sabarimala Temple and Jagannath Temple.

Backwaters of South India: The main reason for international and Indian tourists to visit South India is the backwaters of Kerala that are created by the interlocking of lakes and water bodies. To enjoy life in water and to stay in the houseboats, the locations that you must visit are Kollam, Alappuzha, Kumarakom, Trivandrum and Kochi. The houseboats move from time to time, showing you the diverse scenic views of Kerala. All amenities will be provided in the houseboats to make your stay a memorable one. Here you can also try several water sports like jet skiing, kayaking, paragliding, parasailing, scuba diving, snorkeling and water skiing. Enjoy local delicacies like dosa, idli, thoran, pachadi, chips (banana/ tapioca/jackfruit) and rasam.


Beaches in South India: The deep blue ocean, the palm fringes, and the fresh coconut water along the beaches in South India will give you the experience of a unique holiday. The top beaches to visit in South India are Kovalam beach, Varkala beach, Kappad beach and Marari beach, Karwar Beach, Maple Beach, Marina Beach, Rameshwaram Beach, and Mahe Beach. Sanctuaries in South India: The southern part of India has many sanctuaries, which are home to different animals like, Indian Pangolins, langurs, tigers, chitals, Grizzled Indian Squirrels, dholes, sloth bears, leopard cats, Stripe-necked Mongooses, gaurs and Lion-tailed Macaques. The sanctuaries in the South India, which are regularly visited by tourists, are:

Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary
Mundanthurai Sanctuary
Srivilliputhur Giant Squirrel Sanctuary
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
Nagarahole National Park
Indira Gandhi Sanctuary

Fairs and festivals of South India: Ritualistic lifestyle, tradition, culture are the prime influences in the life of South Indian people. There are several fairs and festivals here, which are full of color, vibrancy, dance, music and excitement. The New Year celebration is known as Ugadi and it is a very auspicious day. The festival that infuses new life is the Hampi Festival. The festivals in South India which attracts people from all over the world are Pongal, Natyangali dance festival, Karthighai Deepam and Jallikatu bull fight.


Mahabalipuram -- Mahabalipuram is a sleepy coastal town 60 kms south of Chennai. This tiny sea side village set in a boulder strewn landscape is a site of many ancient sculptural marvels. It was the port city of the Pallavas who had mastered the art of construction without using bricks or mortar, carving out exquisite sculptures from rocks. The best examples of the ir art here are the five monolith chariots, the pride of Mahabalipuram. The various panels on the walls depict scenes from Hindu mythology and fables from the Panchtantra. The Mahabalipuram ruins, date to the seventh century and consist of a cave temple, shore temple, monolithic rathas (rock-carved temple chariots) and bas-reliefs (among the world's finest.). It is the ideal place to purchase intricately shaped and skilfully carved statues.Mahabalipuram , is one of the Indian towns that was devastated by the recent Tsunami waves in December 2004, but in true Indian style, the city's inhabitants showed tremendous grit and courage and had the city back to normal very quickly.


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