Exploring South India : 5 Places To Travel Next
With ethereal green nature, beautiful valleys and mountains, and jaw-dropping sceneries, what is something that South India doesn’t have? South India is one of those destinations every traveler has on its bucket list. South India offers natural beauty at its best and serves you the dream holiday you have been curbing for! Here are 5 places to backpack to in South India!
Crescent-shaped beaches are a major attraction to this Coastal town. Kovalam has this pristine beach which is perfect for a morning walk and beautiful scenery served by the palm trees surrounding Pristine Beach. Another popular beach would be Samudra beach which welcomes couples. Isolation from city life is what makes Kovalam really popular.
If you are one of those people who have an interest in exploring the culture of ancient India, Madurai can do that for you. Madurai is known as the temple town and the temples in Madurai have breathtaking architecture which leaves everyone in awe. Meenakshi Amman Temple is the major sight of Madurai.
With a history of French invasion, Pondicherry has a French touch to its architecture. Paradise Island has one of the most breathtaking coastlines and a splendid view with a calm setting. The major attraction of Pondicherry is Matramandir. Pondicherry offers authentic French cuisines and cafes lined up if you are a fan of French food.
Char Minar, Hussain Sagar Lake, Golkonda Fort etc. Hyderabad has much more to offer. With a rich historical heritage and culture, Hyderabad also has a variety of architecture such as the Indo-Islamic architecture of Char Minar, and of course, how can we forget Hyderabadi biryani, satisfy your taste pleasures with it.
The home to many royal palaces, Mysore is located 150 Km from the Bangalore, Mysore palace is the major attraction to tourists from all over the globe to see royal architecture.
Mysore Palace holds an evening show on all weekdays except Sundays which is a beautiful event to attend.
South India will steal your heart and the journey will remain in your memory forever finding its existence, so what could be more of a reason to explore South India? Start backpacking and explore South India.