The Peninsular Tour – Places to visit in South India

The majestic states in South India are full of wonders. Starting from beautifully constructed temples, to palaces and beaches, the whole of Peninsular India holds a lot in store when it comes to adventure, history, heritage, and culture. If you are a through and through traveler, a South India tour is a must for you. Start your day with their traditional aromatic sambar and idli and go on to exploring this fragment of the Indian subcontinent. While you are on your South India tour, covering the states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh is a must and never miss out on these tourist spots.

Marina beach, Chennai

Marina beach is loaded with action in the early morning hours and in the nighttimes. Strolling along the shorelines during dawn and dusk is a charming activity for all. At night this shoreline turns into a reasonable ground with various selling curios, ethnic gems, and nourishment things. he aquarium and the Ice House are the primary attractions on the Marina shoreline. The Chepauk Palace, Senate House, PWD office, Presidency College, and the Chennai University are important structures situated on the shoreline drive. The marina beach is often considered to be one of the most gorgeous beaches of India and thus visiting this place once on your India tour is a must.


Comprised of thick lush green forests, undulating slope inclines, wandering streams, falling cascades, and verdure valleys-Kodaikanal’s grand magnificence never neglects to entrance explorers. Frequently referred to as the ‘Princess of Hills’, Kodaikanal is one of the most prominent tourist spots in South India. The major valleys-the Parappar and Gundar encompass Kodaikanal from the two sides. From drifting in lakes to going for a stroll in the slopes to investigating caverns and notwithstanding offering petitions at religious spots-activities in Kodaikanal are practically interminable and is sure to take your South India tour a notch higher.


Wayanad, the green heaven is settled among the mountains of the Western Ghats, framing the fringe universe of the greener piece of Kerala. Perfect and unblemished, charming and mesmerizing, this land is loaded up with history and culture. Situated at a separation of 76 km. Wayanad slopes are adjoining to Mudumalai in Tamil Nadu and Bandipur in Karnataka, subsequently shaping a huge landmass for the untamed life to move about in their most common dwelling place.

Wayanad region is located at the southern tip of the Deccan level and its main brilliance is the grand Western Ghats with elevated edges and tough landscape mixed with thick backwoods, tangled wildernesses, and profound valleys. The spot additionally appreciates a vital area as the main vacationer focuses of South India like Ooty, Mysore, Bangalore, Coorg, and Kannur are arranged around this district.


The primary places of interest in Hampi can be segregated into two wide territories: the Hampi Bazaar territory and Kamalapuram. The fifteenth-century Virupaksha Temple is situated in the Hampi Bazaar zone. It is perhaps the most seasoned landmark of the town. The highest point of the temple ascends around 50 m and is devoted to Virupaksha, a form of Lord Shiva. Hemakuta Hill, south of the Virupaksha sanctuary, contains early demolishes, Jain sanctuaries and a solid figure of Lord Narasimha, a type of Lord Vishnu.

Hemakuta Hill offers an incredible perspective on Hampi Bazaar. Two kilometers east of Hampi Bazaar, the voyager can see the World Heritage Vittal sanctuary, worked in the sixteenth century. The carvings on this sanctuary give an understanding of the structural quality accomplished by the craftsmen of the Vijaynagar Empire. The external mainstays of this sanctuary are said to create music when tapped. They are otherwise called the melodic columns. Between Hampi Bazaar and Vittal sanctuary, one can see the betrayed Sule Bazaar and the Achutraya sanctuary. Solid statue of Lord Ganesh, Nandi, the Kodandarama sanctuary and the Krishna sanctuary are different spots to visit in the Hampi Bazaar territory.

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