Why South India Is Famous Among International Tourists?
South India Experiences
Kerala Ayurvedic spa treatments are one of the most popular tourist options for international visitors. Most of the visitors actually flock down to Kerala for their Ayurvedic treatments only as they benefit from these treatments and have great healing benefits. These spa treatments are completely different from the allopathic treatments known to the western world. These treatments act as healing remedy to the body and the soul which makes the most popular amongst the international tourists.
Apart from the natural therapies and beauty of Kerala, South India also attracts visitors from all around the world for its enchanting history or Hindu culture, temples and architectures built by the Hindu rulers in the bygone era. All the temples are lavishly built and aesthetically designed and possess unmatched architectural brilliance.
Moreover, these temples are true depiction and living embodiments of rich traditional and cultural values of South India. Some of the popular temples of visit during your South India tour are thousand Pillar Temple in Warangal, Tirupati Temple, Birla Mandir Hyderabad,Mahabalipuram, Rameshwar, Kanchipuram, Meenakshi Temple, and
Ekambareswarar Temple are some of the famous temples of Tamil Nadu.
South India also hosts an array of national parks, wildlife and bird sanctuaries. Each year international tourist especially tour South India to enjoy the jeep safari and dense wildlife. Nagarhole National Park, Bandipur National Park, Eravikulam National Park, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kumarakoram Bird Sanctuary and some of the favorite spots covered in South India Wildlife tours. All those who love colors and festivities find South India quite attractive. You can enjoy Mysore and Bangalore during the Diwali and Dusshera festivals during October and November. Moreover, Kerela is also a place to experience delightful festivals and public ceremonies of ancient India. Pongal is celebrated in mid-January which is also the season of the harvest and is celebrated across South India with much fanfare.