“God’s Own Country”, Kerala has become a must-do destination and a perfect stop for nature lovers, adventure seekers, honeymooners, families and backpackers. As exciting as Goa but less much of the commercialize, Kerala entices with her sun and sand, blue backwater lagoons, magnificent historical monuments, tea and coffee gardens, spice plantations, lush forests and much more.
The timeless beauty of the palm fringed beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, the majesty of the undulating hills of Munnar and Vagamon, the serenity of the pristine backwaters of Kumarakom & Kuttanad and the enchanting woods and forests of Thekkady and Silent Valley will have you bowled over.
Tamil Nadu is a tourist magnet with a plethora of attractions ranging from its temples to beach destinations. This destination is particularly famous for its Hindu shrines and Shore Temples; hill stations such as Ooty and Kodaikanal, beaches like Marina and Velankanni; and waterfalls like Hogenakkal and Courtallam and Kanyakumari being the southern tip of India. Wildlife sanctuaries like Mudumalai and history hubs like Kumbakonam are also major attractions in Tamil Nadu.
Chennai, on the Bay of Bengal in eastern India, is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. The city is home to Fort St. George, built in 1644 and now a museum showcasing the city’s roots as a British military garrison and East India Company trading outpost.
A former French colony, Pondicherry has retained all of its old-world French charms, and despite being miles away from France, the city comes close to giving you a very authentic feel of the French culture and allure. Famous for its brightly painted houses with bougainvillea laden walls, large boulevards, streets and road signs boasting French names, gothic churches and colonial buildings, serene backwaters and pristine beaches, topped with authentic French cuisine, Pondicherry has a lot to offer.
Its irresistible scenic golden beaches, azure waters and majestic historical attractions make Mahabalipuram a destination that you can never forget. A charming coastal town deemed for being popular for its many stone carved heritage sites, Mahabalipuram is a major stopover especially for people coming from Chennai and Puducherry.
Karnataka with its glorious history, rich culture, and enriching tradition is located in the South-Western region of India. The sophisticated state is famous for its cultural heritage, picturesque landscapes and traditional craftsmanship. To add to it, Karnataka is a thriving hub of adventure and water sports activities. One of India's most visited states, Karnataka has something for everyone, from serene landscapes to scrumptious food and fine art.
“Bengaluru” – A traveller’s delight. A Verdant city amidst the Serene greenery filled with loads of fun and colorful delights. Known as the “Garden City of India” and also as the “Silicon Valley of India” Bengaluru is the capital of ‘Karnataka’ and one of most Scenic and Pristine Metropolitan cities in India. Boasting history dating back to the 15th century A.D, this beautiful city was founded by Sri Kempegowda who was a feudatory ruler of the Vijayanagara Empire. Today, this city has everything right from the pre-historical Temples to one of the most technologically advanced research institutes like “The Indian Institute of Science (IISC)” and many more. Overall, we have some of the best places for one day sightseeing in Bangalore handpicked for you.
Mysore (or Mysuru), a city in India's southwestern Karnataka state, was the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1947. In its center is opulent Mysore Palace, seat of the former ruling Wodeyar dynasty. The palace blends Hindu, Islamic, Gothic and Rajput styles. Mysore is also home to the centuries-old Devaraja Market, filled with spices, silk and sandalwood.
Situated in the western coast of India, Goa is where we can find a mixed blend of Indian and Portuguese culture. A place that is famous for its pristine beaches, churches, seafood & parties to name a few. The north of Goa is popular for its restaurants, beach parties and night life whereas the south is where you would go to relax in some of the best resorts and enjoy the private beaches. The capital city Panaji is famous for its Church, its colonial style architectures, bright coloured buildings reflecting the bright sun light, French balconies and old-fashioned mansions. The typical Goan delicacies alongside the beach is certainly an experience to look out for.
Goa has much to offer to all. Whether it is water sports from kayaking and safe swimming or a sunset cruise with the best food, it certainly is a place that has a modern day lively culture as well as well-preserved history.