South India Tours and Tourist Spots

Tourist Spots in India - The regions that make up South India are Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep.

The destinations in South india tourist spots are visited by millions of tourists every year as the region has some of the tourism hot spots which are very popular among the travellers.

In Tamil Nadu the capital Chennai and Ooty are major attractions. The india tourist spots, the land of amazing wonders, has a large number of fascinating cities including some most scintillating metropolises of the world.

The colorful cities of India are known for their fascinating cultural and natural charm with many of them having some really amazing tourist attractions.

India has a number of historic cities including Delhi, Agra, Kolkata, Jaipur, Cochin, Chennai to name a few, which are famous for their wonderful monuments.

Some of the temple cities of India including Varanasi, Puri, Khajuraho, Mahabalipuram and Madurai are world-famous for their beautiful temples.

Among modern metropolises Mumbai, Bangalore,
Hyderabad, Delhi and Chennai are worth visiting on your India Tour.

In fact, almost all tourist cities of India are full of surprises and have to offer something unique and enjoyable to their visitors.

Tourist Spots in India offers an exciting range of tour packages for the tourist cities of India. Visit and explore the enchanting tourist cities of India on tours of India and marvel at the mixture of history and modernity.

See the fascinating historic monuments next to skyscrapers and traditional markets alongside gleaming shopping malls, which would indeed be a unique experience for you.

Tourist Spots in India invites you to discover the captivating tourist cities of India. We offer tour packages for almost all famous tourist cities of India, located in every corner of the country.

South India Tourist Places

Bangalore
Chennai
Goa
Hyderabad
Kochi
Mysore
Thekkady
Thrivandrum


Wildlife Experience

Bandipur National Park
Nagarhole National Park
Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
Corbett National Park


Beach Vacations in South India Tours

Kerala Beaches
Goa Beach Tours
Goa Beaches
Tamilnadu Beaches
Karnataka Beaches

South India Temples

Mahabalipuram:
It is one of the most important stopovers in the itinerary of any south India temple tour of India. It was a major center for Pallava culture and arts. Here, you will come across four kinds of rock architecture, including open air bas - relief, structured temples, man-made caves and monolithic structures. The Shore Temple is a leading attraction here and is characterized by intricate carvings and amazing rock cut designs. Arjuna’s Penance is another marvel and is actually an open air bas relief featuring figures of Gods, sages, semi-divine beings, huge elephants and a few other animals. You will also come across the famous monolithic Rathas (chariots) and shrines that still reflect the religious flavor of the place.

Kanchipuram:
The temples of Kanchipuram occupy an indispensable place among the various other south India temples and are especially important for the tourists on pilgrimage. The ancient Dravidian architectural heritage is well-preserved in these architectural wonders that are simply masterpieces. The temples house the fascinating images of the Hindu gods and goddesses that still enrich the charm of these temples substantially. The noteworthy temples of Kanchipuram are Kamakshi Amman Temple, Kailashanathar Temple, Kumara Kottam, Varadaraja Temple and Ulahalanda Perumal Temple.

Rameshwaram:
On your tour of south India, you just cannot afford to miss out the temple town of Rameshwaram.. The main temple here is located on the Rameshwaram Island and is called Sri Ramanathaswamy temple, which is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas (abode of Lord Shiva) of India, is one of the most important temples of South India. The island is shaped like a conch shell that Lord Vishnu bears in one of his hands. There are teerthas (pilgrimage spots) and shrines inside the temple that accentuate the aesthetic value of the temple. Rameshwaram is as important for Hindus as Banaras in north India.