Saturday, January 21, 2017
Tourism
12 Top Rated Tourist Attractions in Tamilnadu

The traditionally and culturally rich state, Tamilnadu has a history spanning over thousands of years, is blessed with beautiful hill stations, beaches and temples and is one of the major tourist destinations in India. Madurai, Trichy, Palani, Tiruvallur, Tanjore, Kanchipuram and Mahabalipuram are the famous temple towns in the state.Steeped in history, the ancient Dravidian land has hundreds of stories to share about its monuments and temples. Read More....

Ooty (Udhagamandalam)
Ooty (Udhagamandalam)
Ooty (Ootacamund) the Queen of the Hill Stations, also known as Blue Mountains is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India. This hill station has splendid green downs and lofty hills of extraordinary scenic beauty and is endowed with a salubrious climate similar to the English summer.Read More...
Kodaikanal
Kodaikanal
 
Kodaikanal referred to as 'The Princess of Hill Stations', is situated amidst the folds of the verdant Palani hills in the Western Ghats at an altitude of about 2133 m. Kodaikanal is a relaxing and an ideal for those who want to get away from the heat and haze of the dusty plains during the summer months. Read More...
Rameshwaram
Rameshwaram
Rameswaram known as the ‘Varanasi of the South’ and also the 'Island of Prayer' in Ramanathapuram district, is an island paradise of golden sand, situated 174 kilometers south-east of Madurai and 20 km from Sri Lanka across the Gulf of Mannar. Read More..
Palani
Palani
Palani, the known Hindu pilgrimage center in south India is located about 100 km away from Coimbatore in the Dindigul district. The town is situated on the edge of the Vyapuri Tank with distant views of the bold cliffs of the Palani range. Read More...
Kanyakumari
Kanyakumari
Located at the southern most tip of the Indian Peninsula where the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal meet, is Kanyakumari, the place famous for its spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Here out in the sea, about 400m from the shore, on a rocky islet lies a magnificent monument, a memorial dedicated to Swami Vivekananda, the Bengali religious leader, philosopher and social reformer. Read More...
Mammallapuram
Mammallapuram

Mahabalipuram, a temple town and an ancient port city situated along the shores of Bay of Bengal about 60 kms from Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, is world famous for its magnificent Pallava architecture. Read More...

Madurai Meenakshi Temple
Madurai Meenakshi Temple

Acknowledged as the finest, and one of the largest, Meenakshi Sundareswar temple popularly known as Madurai Meenakshi temple is a magnificent example of Dravidian architecture in India. It is located at the heart of Madurai City, featured by an astonishing profusion of sculpted figures, ornamental pillars and cloistered courtyards. Read More...

Brihadishwara Temple
Brihadishwara Temple

The Brihadishwara Temple, also known as Rajarajeswaram built by the Chola Kings a thousand years ago, is one of the oldest and greatest Shiva Temple of all times. Everyday very much alive with devotees and tourists, this massive temple is situated in Thanjavur in Tamilnadu state. Read More...

Chidambaram Natarajar Temple
Chidambaram Natarajar Temple

Chidambaram Natrajar Temple is located in the temple town of Chidambaram, 60 km north of Karaikal in Cuddalore District, the east-central part of the Tamil Nadu state. It is dedicated to Shiva Nataraj, in the enthralling form of a Cosmic Dancer. An exquisite example of Dravadian architecture, the temple is one of the oldest temple complexes in the south India. Read More...

Courtallam (Kuttralam) Waterfalls
Courtallam (Kuttralam) Waterfalls

An interesting holiday spot in South India, Courtallam is famous for its Courtallam Falls in the Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu in Tirunelveli District. Though the falls are located in Tamil Nadu, it also shares the boundary of Kollam district of Kerala State. Also known as Kuttralam Falls, it has gained an extreme popularity, since the water here is believed to have great curative properties for a number of skin problems and even nerve disorders, as they run through a forest of herbs. Read More...

Hogenakkal Falls
Hogenakkal Falls

Hogenekkal is a picturesque holiday spot in Dharmapuri district of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The falls is located on the 64 kilometres long Palar River, which flows through the thick forest of Chamarajnagar and joins with the Cauvery River. The northern bank belongs to Tamilnadu, and the southern bank falls in Karnataka. Read More...

Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park is located at the foothills of the Nilgiri hills in the state of Tamil Nadu. Mudumalai which literally means ancient hills was identified as a reserve way back in 1927 and converted into a sanctuary in 1940. It is a continuation of the Bandipur National Park in the neighbouring state of Karnataka, and is separated by the river Moyar that flows along the border of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Read More..