SOUTH INDIA TOURISM
South India Tourism take you to India tour and itineraries covering not only South India Tours but also other important tourist destinations in North India.South India is a region in the southern part of India. It includes the states Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamilnadu. It also houses the Union Territory Pondicherry(Puducherry) and Lakshadweep Island in the Arabian Sea. The Godavari, Krishna, Tungabhadra and Kaveri rivers are important non-perennial sources of water. Southern region speak one of the Dravidian languages: Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Tulu. The classical dances of India like “Bharat Natyam” and “Kathakali” have South Indian origin.
This part of India has enormous beaches, water falls, forests, lakes, backwaters, Wild Life Sanctuary etc. The famous cities in this region are Hyderabad and its twin city Secunderabad, Mysore, Bangalore (Bengaluru), Kochi (Cochin), Trivandrum (Thiruvananthpuram), Chennai (Madras), Kanyakumari (Nagercoil)etc. Some of the famous hill stations in this region are Kodaikanal, Ooty (Ootacamund), Munnar etc.
Araku- Located in the country’s Eastern Ghats, Araku Valley is a scenic, beautiful and enchanting hill station situated in the district of Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. Though this valley it is in Andhra Pradesh, it is quite close to the Orissa border. Surrounded by green hills and lush valleys in different shades of green, melodiously gurgling streams, it is famous for its vast estates of coffee plantation.In south india tourism content this location for touristor.
Ooty- Famously known as Udhagamandalam or the “Queen of hill stations” Ooty is the most popular hill station situated deep within the Nilgiris hills. Nilgiris when literally translated means “The Blue Mountains.” It is one of the most popular tourist resorts in South India and is frequented by holidayers and honeymooners.Outh india torism plan one or two day trip ooty. it is very beautiful and famous place in south of india.
There are many more places in south of india which is included in south india tourism. The places like: Madurai, Chennai, Banglore, Ooty, and many more places.
The Hot Season in South India has temperatures of between 25–32 °C (77-90 °F), with high levels of humidity and 101 mm of rainfall, and is the worst time to go. The climate in Southe India tourism experiences only slight seasonal variations. Temperatures and humidity remain relatively high all year round. Rainfall is common at any time of the year and the Monsoon Season has only marginally more precipitation than at any other time. Light weight clothes and an umbrella are required throughout the year. However, from March to June temperatures can soar above average, making the hot season unbearable and the hazy, dust-laden air can hamper views. Many people head to “hill stations” during the hot, which provide a welcome relief from the extreme heat of the lowlands. Carry a lightweight jumper as it can be chillingly cold inside air-conditioned buildings during hot weather.