South India Tours

The charm of South India can be best defined through mesmerising hill stations, majestic temples, lush green forests and best beaches. These four naturally occurring and diverse terrains make up the Southern India. South India is famous for its vibrant culture, delectable food, among other manmade marvels. One can rejuvenate their senses by visiting serene places like Kerala, Pondicherry, Ooty, Mysore and more. The delicate, intrinsic and detailed architecture are unparalleled and cannot be found anywhere else.

...

Travelogy India makes your visit memorable one by offering one of the most pocket friendly South India tour packages. You can select a package that suits your needs the most by browsing through our impressive itineraries like temple visits, sightseeing, authentic spa ayurveda and relaxing your days away on the pure beaches.

Your South India trip will remain incomplete without a visit to the god’s own country Kerala. The vast diversity offers several choices for a curious traveller. Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Andaman Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep are ranks in the top of the list of South India.

73 Itinerary Found

Frequently Asked Questions

Best time to visit South India is during winter (October to March). The peak tourism season is from December to February. Summer (April to June) is the right season to visit hill towns of the region like Ooty, Coorg, Munnar, Arakku Valley and others.

South India has numerous international and domestic airports. Thus, reaching South India from other parts of the world is easy. You can also find flights from all major airports in India to South India. South India also has numerous railway stations connecting every nook and corner of the country. Over and above these, you can find buses, cabs, and other road transportation from various cities around the country to South India.

Best tourism site in South India is Kerala. Apart from this state, you can find Coorg, Mysore, Kodaikanal, Ooty, Pondicherry, Bengaluru, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Hyderabad, and others.

Top honeymoon destinations in South India are Kovalam, Alleppey, Kumarakom, Rishikonda, Gokarna, Ooty, Coorg, Kodaikanal, Lakshadweep, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Wayanad, Idukki, Araku Valley, Yercaud, Munnar, Kudremukh, Vagamon, Mysore, and others.

Enjoy hill towns like Munnar, Coorg, Ooty, Kodaikanal, Wayanad, and others. You can find numerous beach destinations to enjoy exotic water activities like scuba diving, sea walking, snorkeling, boating, and others. If you love history and architecture, you ought to visit Hampi, Mahabalipuram, Mysore, Thanjavur, Hyderabad, and others. You can find numerous temples in the region for pilgrimage activities.

In terms of economic and growth, the best city in South India is Bangalore. In terms of wealth and monuments, the best city is Thiruvananthapuram. If you are looking for a cultural destination, Madurai is the best city. The best tourism city in South India is Munnar.

The coldest destination in South India is Ooty. Owing to its geographical location, during January, the temperature can go as low as 5 degree C. In rare cases, Lambasingi, a hill town in Andhra Pradesh will go below 0 degree C and there will be snowfall. However, this does not happen every year.

Most of the South Indian temples request visitors to wear decent clothing for both men and women, which covers from neck to below knee. Some ancient temples in Kerala, Rameshwaram and other regions strictly follow the rule of traditional clothing. In such cases, females should wear saree or traditional attire and men should wear full pants and no shirt (bare-chested). Sabari Mala temple of Kerala has color codes and very strict traditional attire requirements.

Most of the major temples do not allow taking cameras inside the premises. Even if there is no rule regarding taking your camera inside the premises, taking a picture of the main idol of the shrine is usually frowned upon.

After the discovery of the gold vaults in Thiruvananthapuram Temple, Kerala is the richest state in terms of monetary resources. In terms of GDP, Karnataka is the richest state in Southern India.

Karnataka is considered as the safest state for solo female travelers in South India. In terms of cities, Mysore ranks the first in safety followed by Hampi, Pondicherry, Kovalam, and others. No matter where you choose to spend your vacation, having the bare essential alertness during vacation is very essential.

South India is famous for its diversity in landscape and culture. The diversity in culture gives rise to a spectrum of cuisines, traditional values, religious practices, and other beauties. South India is also famous for the nature provided by the Western Ghats and Nilgiri biosphere.

Radhanagar beach, Elephant beach, Kovalam beach, Kanyakumari beach, Elliot beach, Marina beach, Mahabalipuram beach, Gokarna beach, Bekal beach, Rishikonda Beach, and others.

Some of the national parks to cover during your summer visit are Periyar National Park, Bannerghatta National Park, Mudumalai National Park, Kabini wildlife sanctuary, Nagarhole National Park, Muthang Wildlife sanctuary, Bandipur National Park, Anshi National Park, and others.

Top adventure activities to enjoy in Southern India are bamboo rafting (Thekkady), rock climbing, banana boat ride (Gokarna), boating, coracle riding, jungle safari, trekking, hiking, parasailing, paragliding, scuba diving (Andaman), snorkeling, hot air ballooning, and others.

The summer starts in March and ends in May. The sea-level destinations will have very hot and humid temperature. The temperature can easily rise above 40 degree C during mid-day. May is the hottest month of all. The high altitude destinations will experience pleasingly mild temperature, which is the blooming season for the local vegetation and flowering plants. Some southernmost parts of the region receive occasional rainfall.

The best hill station in South India is Munnar. It is quite famous among travelers and locals. The other top hill stations in southern India are Ooty, Coorg, Araku Valley, Kodaikanal, Kudremukh, Yercaud, Wayanad, and others.

Some of the hill stations that falls on the Western Ghats in South India are Munnar, Ponmudi, Coorg, Kotagiri Kudremukh, Coonoor, Kemmanagudi, and Ooty.