10 Amazing Places to Visit in South India 


Gandi Kota 

Gandi kota, a serene village situated in the Kadapa District of Andhra Pradesh, is nestled on the banks of the Penner River. Recognised as one of the most tranquil destinations in South India, it offers visitors a peaceful retreat.

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Belum Caves 

Belum Caves, stretching up to 3229 m, stand second in the list of largest caves in the Indian subcontinent. These caves are a popular tourist attraction in South India.

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Skandagiri Hills 

Skandagiri Hills, famed for its old fortress and the abandoned Shiva temple, is a must-visit for those seeking tranquility and the beauty of nature. It offers a unique blend of history and serenity that is sure to captivate visitors.

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According to Hindu mythology, the renowned bridge named Dhanushkodi Ram Setu or Adam’s Bridge was constructed by Lord Rama and his companions.

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St Mary Island 

Located a mere 6 km from the Karnataka coast, St. Mary Island, a cluster of four islands, is a relatively uncharted tourist destination in South India. The group comprises Daryabahadurgarh Island, North Island, South Island, and Coconut Island.

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Celebrated for its mesmerising vistas and verdant landscapes, Coorg stands as a must-visit location in South India. Nestled in Karnataka, this place is renowned for its extensive tea and coffee plantations.

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Kodaikanal, known as the Princess of Hill Stations, is a beautiful city situated in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu. It serves as a perfect getaway for those seeking respite from urban life.

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Kerala, a popular tourist destination in India, is renowned for its dense forests, captivating wildlife, and expansive savanna grasslands. These features draw tourists' interest consistently throughout  the year.

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Wayanad, a destination renowned for its captivating waterfalls, impressive caves and lush spice plantations, offers an unforgettable vacation experience.

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Andaman and Nicobar Islands 

Andaman, a collection of captivating islands, ranks among the top destinations in South India for tourists across all ages. Its turquoise beaches, adorned with glistening white sand, are open for visitors year-round.

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