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Five Must See Tourist Places in South India

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Five Must See Tourist Places in South India

 

One of India's zenith historical places, the tranquil and lesser known village of Hampi in Karnataka is a marvelous specimen of ancient Indian architecture. It used to be the capital of one of the supreme Hindu kingdoms in national history. It has a number of tremendously fascinating ruins, enthrallingly amalgamated with huge boulders that back up all over the site. The ruins, which hail from the 14th century, extend for about 30 kilometers and incorporate over 500 monuments and sculptures. An unbelievable vigor can be felt at this prehistoric place. Hampi is a common side tour from Goa and has a permanent place in every South India Tour organized by various travel agencies.

 

1. Hampi

One of India's zenith historical places, the tranquil and lesser known village of Hampi in Karnataka is a marvelous specimen of ancient Indian architecture. It used to be the capital of one of the supreme Hindu kingdoms in national history. It has a number of tremendously fascinating ruins, enthrallingly amalgamated with huge boulders that back up all over the site.

 

The ruins, which hail from the 14th century, extend for about 30 kilometers and incorporate over 500 monuments and sculptures. An unbelievable vigor can be felt at this prehistoric place. Hampi is a common side tour from Goa and has a permanent place in every South India Tour organized by various travel agencies.

 

2. Fort Kochi

Popularly identified as the "Gateway to Kerala", Kochi is a captivating city that's had a diverse influence of various countries and cultures.

 

The British, Chinese, Arabs, Dutch, and Portuguese have all left some level of influence on this eccentric destination. Most citizens identify Kochi from images of the well-known Chinese fishing nets that guard the harbor.

 

Fort Kochi is alive with architecture and historical spots, and is a spectacular place to leisurely walk around and discover on foot.

You can also catch hold of a Kathakali dance recital whenever you get here and try and get an Ayurvedic treatment at the well known spas here.

 

3. Kerala Backwaters

One of the most serene and calming things you can do in Kerala is stay in one of the houseboats in Kerala down the palm-fringed water channels, acknowledged as the backwaters of Kerala. Time really seems to come to a halt when you are here.

 

Freshly cooked South Indian delicacies and seafood and freezing beer aboard the cruiser make the trip an amazing experience. Moreover, you can also stay the night at the boat, in the middle of the peaceful waters, surrounded by tranquility. The houseboats in Kerala are pure bliss!

 

4. Mysore

The very utterance of Mysore makes one think and ponder about the prominent Kanjeevaram silk saris and regal palaces. The city is most famous for silk saris and Sandalwood.

The place is blessed with great climate almost all around the year which is probably the reason why royalty found its way there, making it an admired tourist spot in the state of Karnataka.

Sculptures, paintings and handicrafts have always been the focal point of this place which is just about 130 kilometers from the sophisticated city of Bengaluru.

 

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