South India

Standing at a stark contrast from the quaint North, the southern vestiges of India narrow down into a sharp peninsula that plunges down the heart of India Ocean like a two-sided blade. With endless strips of maritime coasts to explore and exotic backwaters shaded by palm trees at your wake, South India offers you a highly diversified palate for your travel tastes. Go ahead to get a taste of the iconic coconut-laden cuisines and Portuguese-inspired dishes that will leave you wanting for more. Discover the richness behind skillfully sculpted stone walls & ancient caves that await your wonder. South India is a multi-sensory treat in every possible way imaginable.

Places to Visit

The land of carnivals, India's smallest state houses exotic beaches, churches, waterfalls, museums, eateries that serve Portuguese inspired dishes and more. Here, the nights are always lit up with music festivals and New Year cruise fests that are bound to be a memory worth cherishing for a lifetime.
Situated in the state of Karnataka, Jog Falls is India’s second highest waterfall with an elevation of 1,522 feet. This waterfall is seasonal and it is best if visited during the rainy season when water gushes down in full force.
One of the first amusement parks to be established in India, this destination in the Gorai Island of Mumbai offers you a versatile outing experience ideal for all age groups. With wet & dry parks equipped with rides, bowling & skating rinks, dining and shopping avenues, this place cannot be given a miss.
This strip of beach in Mumbai is a classic. A trip to Mumbai is incomplete without a walk to this sandy beach by the vendors who sell you corn and fried delicacies. With an enthralling view of the Arabian Sea and the salty breeze hitting your face, this place is ideal for candid photographic captures.
Situated in the state of Kerala, this scenic park is enclosed by the mountains and spice plantations of the Western Ghats. It is home to exotic tigers, elephants, leopards, deer, macaques and more.
These caves depict traditional and classic Indian form of artistry. Carved in rocks, this site is the oldest World Heritage Site featured by the UNESCO. The paintings inside the caves are good as old as 2nd Century BC and 6th Century AD. They are maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.
Hampi is a UNESCO declared World Heritage Site that welcomes you with scattered remains of a bygone era. Hampi is home to some of the most exotic temples and statues that are a rich display of the South Indian culture in every alley around the corner.
With azure waves and plenty of water sports to chase the thrill, explore the corals in the Havelock as you go boating in transparent boats and book yourself an exciting meet with the exotic creatures of the sea.

Getting to South India

By Air

All of the South Indian cities & states like Goa, Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai are extremely well connected to the rest of the Indian mainland through a network of International airports like Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, Chennai International Airport, Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore, and so on.

By Train

South India is connected to each other through an extensive network of railways run by the government who run rail journeys from one state to another, one city to another on a daily, even hourly basis to extremely popular cities and landmarks frequented by the tourists.

By Road

The entirety of South India is well connected by road, and the state governments, as well as private organizations, run luxury, air-conditioned as well as local coaches from one city to another almost daily at fairly average rates.

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