South India weaves its own special brand of charm on travelers who wander down the coast of India to its Southern tip. Blessed with warm sunshine, lush greenery and cushioned by three loving oceans.
Overflowing with a plethora of picture-perfect sites and highlights, the exotic traditions, simple tribes and delectable cuisine whet your wanderlust leaving you begging for more. An exciting landscape dotted with ancient temples and enchanting resorts
All roads in Mysore lead to the Mysore Palace, and rightfully so. An ode to magnificence, the Mysore Palace is a marvel of ornate ceilings, jeweled corridors, open mandaps’, stained glass windows, vivid paintings and Wadiyar memorabilia - including the jeweled throne. They make it all big and grand at Mysore or so it appears. St. Philomena’s Church is awe-inspiring with its Neo-gothic style, built along the lines of the Cologne Cathedral in Germany.
The Bandipur Sanctuary is home to the spotted deer, the sambar deer, pythons, sloth bears, porcupines, monkeys and over 230 species of birds. That’s a lot of spotting to do - just might help you see the good things in life again.
Ooty with smaller hill stations of Coonoor - 19 kms and Kothagiri 31 kms from Ooty are the other hill stations of this district. Nilgiri is India's first biosphere. It has been declared as one of the 14 'hotspots' of the world because of its unique bio-diversity. Nilgiri presents a truly breath taking kaleidoscope of visual treats and soul stirring experience.
Kodaikanal is believed to be one of the best hill resorts in India and a perfect place to spend summer vacations. Also called “Princess of Hill Stations”, the hill town has tranquil lakes and pleasing climate 365 days a year. Among its major attractions come Kodai Lake, Berijam Lake, Telescope House and many more.