India is one of the most interesting & live part of India Where
you can witness a variation of colors, culture, religious values,
the famous backwaters & beaches.
now called Chennai, the first city of Tamil Nadu, is comparatively
a new city. The erstwhile villages of Mylapore, Triplicane, Ezhambur
(Egmore), etc., all now a part of Chennai, have a recorded historical
past centuries older than Chennai. Chennai is ever growing, changing
and pulsating with new activities. The city of today, one of the
great metropolitan cities in India, and the fourth largest city
Chennai you can visit Mahabalipuram & the city of a Thousand
Temples Ancient Kancheepuram, is one of the most sacred pilgrim
centres for the Hindus. There now remain 126 temples in Kanchi and
a few more in the outskirts.
Chennai we also visit Madurai, probably over 2500 years old, is
the oldest city in Tamil Nadu. Its origin and name emerge from a
misty and lovely legend about India, the king of Gods.
the famous wildlife park of Kerala is the next destination to visit.
Periyar also harbors the mighty Tiger, the leopard, wild dog, barking
deer and mouse deer. On the rocky outcrops along the lake, monitor
lizards can be seen basking in the sun. Visitors who trek into the
Park often see a python and sometimes even a king cobra.
- the green state where you can find a combination of a rich culture,
beaches, health travel and also the popular backwaters. From the
Wildlife Park, we move to Kumarakom and bird santuary, A voyage
north of Alappuzha by houseboat takes you to the rich green, sleepy
little village of Alleppey and Kumarakom on the Vembanad lake. An
enchanting picnic spot and a fast developing backwater tourism destination,
Alleppey and Kumarakom provides boating, fishing and sightseeing
experiences that are truly exhilarating.
leisurely walk through is the best way to discover historic Fort
Kochi. An obscure fishing village that became the first European
township in India, Kochi has an eventful and colourful history.
The town was developed by the Portuguese, the Dutch and later the
British. The result of these cultural influences are seen in the
many examples of Indo European architecture that still exist here.
ghats Goa is bounded on the North by Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra,
on the East by Belgaum, on the South by Karwar district of Kamataka
and on the West by Arabian Sea. Its rivers, Tiracol, Chapora, Mandovi,
Zuari, Sal and Talpona, which are navigable throughout the year,
have their origin in the Sahyadri ranges and flow westward into
the Arabian Sea 60 kms. away, breaking the long coast line covering
a length of 105 kms. into enchanting estuaries and bays which mark
off idyllic palm-fringed beaches like Arambol, Vagator, Atijuna,
Baga and Calangute in the North and Colva. Betui and Palolem in
the South. Goa, a tiny emerald land on the West Coast of India,
with its natural scenic beauty, attractive beaches and temples famous
for its architecture, feasts and festivals and above all hospitable
people with a rich cultural milieu, form an ideal tourist profile.
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