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Pondicherry

Tourism in Pondicherry Pondicherry is a Union territory of India that was once colonised by the French, giving it the name “The French Riveria of the East”. It is one of the best places to gain a first-hand taste of the colonial heritage as the city still boasts of its French culture in quaint yellow-coloured houses and an array of local cafes serving authentic French cuisine. Now known as Puducherry, the city is a small quiet town away from the hustle bustle

Chennai

Chennai Tourism Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu and a metropolitan city of India. It is a travellers paradise as it offers the pleasures of both land and sea through its magnificent churches, old heritage temples and vast beaches. The city is also famous for its culinary and shopping scene. Chennai’s history dates back to the time it was known as Madras in the 1600’s when English settlement was established in the country. Hence, a major part of it still witnesses

Goa

Tourism in Goa Known as the land of sun, sand and sea, Goa is one of the most happening tourist destinations in India and across the world.Sun-kissedbeaches, comfortable beach facing shacks, scrumptious seafood, vibrant nightlife, casinos, numerous party places make Goa a paradise for fun seekers. No wonder it is called the ‘Party Capital of India’. Neatly tucked into the Western coast of India, Goa is beautifully settled amidst seas and lush greeneries. Goa is also referred to as the ‘city of

Kochi

Tourism in Kochi Kochi, also knownas Cochin is the most popular tourist destination in South India. The city represents a perfect mix of modern India and old India. On your trip to Kochi, you will come across beautiful nature, diverse culture and rich history that this city holds. A holiday tour to Kochilets you experience the true essence of Kerala. Kochi is dotted with beautiful churches, backwater lakes, stunning coastline, rich flora and fauna and much more. The Arabian Sea on the

Munnar

Tourism in Munnar Munnar is one of the most beautiful destinations engulfed by hills covered with tea plantations. Munnar in the local language means three rivers. The scenic hill station is located at the confluence of these three rivers.  The endless area of tea plantations, mesmerising valleys and red coloured mud roads are views to indulge your wanderlust. For a nature lover this place is definitely a paradise. The clouds, roads and the greenery bestows an aura around this place which is

Thekkady

Tourism in Thekkady Thekkady brings to mind beautiful lush green valleys, rolling green hills and spice plantations. This serene paradise is a sight for sore eyes and its ravishing natural beauty is enchanting. According to Thekkady travel guide, this picturesque hill town is the perfect place for nature treks and mountain walks. You can never get enough of the alluring flora and fauna here. The Thekkady city guide describes this place as a haven for many species of birds and animals. The

Kumarakom

Tourism in Kumbakonam Kumbakonam is one of the holiest citiesin the country where you will find many ancient temples along with serene landscapes. The town is surrounded by Cauvery River and Arsalar River. The temple town has a great ancient history. The mythological stories relatedto the city captures the interest of tourists who have deep inclination towards history and religion. The city was ruled by many dynasties whose impressions can be seen in the temple’s architecture and many more things that

Alappuzha

Touted as the “Venice of the East” by global travellers, Alappuzha, earlier called Alleppey, is a district of immense natural beauty. Alappuzha literally translates as “the land that lies between the sea and its rivers”. It is caressed by the Arabian Sea on the west with a network of lakes, lagoons, and freshwater rivers crisscrossing it. Being a home to unique animal and bird life forms, Alappuzha has tremendous backwater tourism potential that is yet to be fully

Marari Beach

If you want to be transported back in time, back to about a hundred years ago, head to Marari beach. This beach is a part of Mararikulam, a local fishing village in coastal Kerala where life has not changed much in the last century, with fishing being the main occupation. The idyllic Marari Beach lies between Cochin and Alappuzha and is one of India’s best kept secrets. The name Marari is derived from the name of this village,

Cherai Beach

Tourism in Cherai Beach Flourished as one of the best beaches in Kerala, Cherai beach is a perfect blend of the sea and the backwater. Dotted with seashells of several hues and shapes, picturesque Cherai beach looks more beautiful with green groves and paddy fields. Fishing nets on the waterfronts, this enchanting beach is one amidst the must-see spots for tourists in India. Swimming and sunbathing are famous activities that make it a tempting option for someone to get away from the