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Southern Heritage

Suggested Tours :

South India Heritage India (14 Days)

The Southern Splendor (18 Days)

Chennai :

The gateway to the south and capital of Tamil Nadu represents a culture that’s unique to the region. Music dance and Drama are an integral part of every day life. Fort St. George, Kapilswara Temple, Santhhome Cathedral and Guindy National Park are must see things in Chennai.Marina beach that is the second largest in the world with a length of 11km in a single stretch is also in Chennai. Muttukkadu, Mammalapuram and Kanchipuram (A city of thousands temple) are near by places to see around Chennai.

Mysore :

Known as the ‘SANDAL CITY’, once the residence and capital of wodeyars is located at 770m above sea level and 140km from Banglore. The Mysore palace once the residence of the wodeyars, is one of the largest of its kind in India. Lalitha Mahal Palace now converted into hotel used to be the summer palace of the royal family.

14km from Mysore, Srirangapatnam was once the capital of the warrior kings Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan- the tiger of Mysore. Tipu’s summer palace, Daria Daulat, built in 1784 was his favorite retreat. It is now a museum and tells eloquently of his valour and his losing battle against British expansion.     Tour enquiry

Udhagamandalam :

Ooty called as the Queen of hill stations is located at the Nilgiris hills at 2240 meters above sea level. Ooty is on the southern ranges that seem tinted with a delicate shade of blue. The Lake, Botanical Gardens, Doddabetta Peak, Mukurti Peak, Pykara Dam, Wedlock Downs, Kalhatti and Elk Hill are the most beautiful places to see.

Kodaikanal :

Situated at an altitude of over 700 feet on the Palani hills of the Western Ghats, Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station of Tamil Nadu. Star shaped 24 hectare it is set amidst the sylvan serenity of wooden slopes. The Byrant Park lies near the lake and has 325 species of trees and shrubs. A horticultural show in May is an annual feature that attracts garden lovers. The Kuringi Andavar Temple in the town enshrines Lord Murugan within its sanctum. Green valley view offers some unforgettable spectacles of the hill resort and a beautiful view of the vaigai dum. The Shenbaganur Museum has a splendid collection of orchids. There are also picturesque trek routes in and out Kodai. One of the world’s oldest solar observatories built in 1899 is situated in Kodai.      Tour enquiry

Madurai :

More that 2500 years old ancient city, situated on the banks of the river .Meenakshi Temple, city’s main attraction is 2000 years old . There are four entrances to the temple with an area of six hectares. Each of its 12 Towers has the height of 45 to 50 meters. The temple museum has 985 richly carved pillars and each one surpasses the other in beauty. Vettangudi water bird santuary 55km from Madurai is a place where you can fined birds of different species namely cormorants, herons, egrets, spoonbill etc.

Banglore :

Banglore the ‘Garden City of India’ and capital of the state was founded in 1537 AD by a Vijaynagar chieftain Kempe Gowda. Bull temple (typical of the Dravidian style of architecture), Gangadhareswara cave temple, Banglore fort and Tipu’s palace are some of the most beautiful things to see in the city.

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