South India: A Date with Nature
India is a place that evokes fantasies of turbulent colors, flamboyant cultures, and surreal landscapes. And, South India turns this intensity up a notch with its temples, its architecture and its rich cultural heritage. Buy South India tour packages to explore best known tourism destinations like Mysore, Hassan, Coorg, Kabini, Hampi, Pondhicherry, Madurai, Mahabalipuram and Chennai. The tour packages cover all important destinations in Southern India, which have an exuberance of ornate temples, world heritage sites and ancient native arts. The misty hill towns, golden sandy coastlines, national safari parks, and universal peace town are few places to name that South India is famous for.
Below mentioned are few places of South India that you must explore:
Bheemeshwari is a small town near Bangalore city, which known for its fishing camps and wildlife sanctuary. Also, having facilities of trekking and boat ride under beautiful sceneries and surroundings, it is a simple tourist spot with awe inspiring natural beauty. Taking about food, you will find typical Kannada cuisine like Vada, Sambhar, Jolada Roti, Idli, Kesari Bath, Dosa and Bisi Bele Bath over here. The seclusion of Bheemeshwari is in contrast with the hustle bustle of the city. Additionally, the flora of this place creates picturesque views and exotic wildlife includes Leopard, Jackal and Deer.
2. Athirappilly Falls:
Athirappilly Falls is located at a distance of 174 km from Coimbatore, 73 km from Kochi, 100 km from Munnar and 122 km from Kottayam; these are one of the best waterfalls in India and counted among the most famous tourist places in Kerala. Nicknamed the ‘Niagra Falls of India’, the Narrow winding roads, small villages and greenery make a pleasant site on the way. This waterfall drops from a height of 80 feet and offers a great scenic beauty during monsoon season.
3. Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary:
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most scenic places that are situated in the valley between the Anamalai ranges and the Nelliampathy ranges near the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. It is a marvelous tribute to untouched nature and pride of Palakkad district. This place is best saved ecological piece of Anamalai and enriched with a peninsular flora and fauna. The sanctuary spreads across 277 sq km and has three artificial reservoirs. Home to the oldest and tallest teak trees, it has variety of trees like teak, sandalwood and rosewood.
4. Mountainous, misty, cool- Coorg:
Coorg is the place, which needs to be visited by all nature lovers as it is located in the midst mountains with an everlasting misty landscape. Known among one of the best prosperous hill station in Karnataka, it is widely known for being the “Scotland of the South”. It is known for its breathtakingly exotic scenery and lush greenery, which makes this place worth visiting.