Top 10 Places To Visit In South India

South India (comprising Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Tamil Nadu) truly has an unmistakable culture that separates it from the remainder of the nation. Intricate temple outings, recorded vestiges, palm-bordered waterways, otherworldliness, and shorelines will give you a different and fascinating outing. This article features the top traveling places to visit in South India. There are such a large number of extraordinary places to visit that it’s hard to choose just a couple!

Best 10 Beautiful places to visit in south India.

1. Wayanad

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An eye-soothing plateau nestled in the hills of the Western Ghats, Wayanad is one of the prettiest areas of the god’s own country of Kerala. Part of the mesmerizing Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve, this charming town of Kerala is loaded with enchanting waterfalls, historical caves, one of the best spice plantations, and exotic wildlife, making it a must-visit for anyone looking to explore the beauty of the enchanted Western Ghats. you must have to add this place to your list of places to visit in south India.

2. Hampi

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One of the more attractive places to visit in South India is Hampi. it was once the last capital of Vijayanagar, one of the greatest Hindu empires in India’s history. It has some extremely captivating ruins, intriguingly intermingled with large boulders that rear up all over the landscape. The ruins,  dating back to the 14th century, stretch for just over 25 kilometers and comprise more than 500 monuments. An incredible energy can be felt at this antique place. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site as well as a very important historical and religious center. Here are the best tourist places in Hampi check it.

3. Jog Falls

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Located in the Shimoga district of Karnataka, are the Shimoga falls which are popularly known as the Jog falls and are one of the best places to visit in South India. A favorite of people traveling to South India, the waterfalls are the second-highest plunge waterfalls in India. Majestic in appearance and a  soothing treat for the eye, there is a wide gamut of activities in and around the place that tourists can indulge in. During the monsoon season, the already bustling waterfall becomes even more alive, and the surrounding greenery only adds to the beauty and magnificence of these waterfalls. Rainbows are also a very common sight here during the monsoons.

4. Periyar National Park

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One of the few national parks in India to remain open during the monsoon, Periyar is known for its herds of wild elephants. These wonderful creatures can sometimes be seen by the side of the lake on a boat safari. Many other activities that are possible in and around the park include guided nature walks, border hikes, bamboo rafting trips, and night jungle patrols.

5. Mysore

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Mysore situated in Karnataka is one of the most enchanting places to visit in South India. Famous for its glittering royal heritage and magnificent monuments, the place is also rich in tradition with a deep atmospheric bazaar of spices and sandalwood. I would say it is one of the perfect places to visit if you are planning a family vacation. Also, don’t leave Mysore without trying the delicious ghee-based sweet ‘Mysore Pak’ and a visit to the splendid Mysore Palaces which is India’s most spectacular royal building.

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6. Trivandrum

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Thiruvananthapuram known as Trivandrum is the capital of Kerala. Thiruvananthapuram has an urban charm that offers plenty of scenic places to visit while retaining its age-old cultural charm. Some of them include incredible museums, sacred temples, beautifully designed palaces, and mesmerizing beaches, making the city yet another best tourist places in South India. Make sure you don’t miss out on visiting the awe-inspiring Padmanabhaswamy temple which is located in the heart of the city and dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

7. Chennai

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Chennai the heartland of Tamil Nadu has a rich cultural history and it balances its heritage and modern lifestyle. Although it is famous for its towering skyscrapers which offer a scenic vista along the coast, the heart of Chennai still remains in the multitude of old temples and churches. So if you are planning to visit Chennai tourits places, I am sure you’re going to love the city as it has a plethora of dimensions that one can explore. Also, Marina Beach makes Chennai home to the second-largest beach in the world.

8. Hyderabad

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The city of Nizams, Hyderabad has a peculiar charm of its own. When visiting Hyderabad, one can explore the lanes of the city by encountering the chai shops and spice merchants. Apart from this, you would also love Islamic India’s architecture, and yes don’t miss out on the iconic landmark and oldest mosque in Hyderabad i.e., Charminar and the Golconda Fort from where you can get a bird’s eye view of the other magnificent buildings of the city. Other than these, the city of Nizams is also famous for food and the must-try popular dish is the Hyderabadi Biryani.

9. Coorg

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Coorg is a nature paradise in the state of Karnataka. Ever tried waterfall rappelling? If not, now is the time when you can relish an exciting challenge by rappelling through the waterfalls and cascading from a height to get a lifetime experience at Chelavara. Also if you happen to visit Coorg with your family then visit the Golden Temple, and Talakaveri Temple and watch sunrise and sunset at the Raja’s Seat.

10. Madurai

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Madurai is home to the most charming and important temple in South India, the Meenakshi Temple. If you only want to see one south Indian temple, this temple should be it! The city of Madurai is more than 4,000 years old and has remained a major center for Tamil culture and learning. The old traditional part of the city is fascinating to explore on foot. These days, Madurai attracts pilgrims and tourists in equal numbers from all over the world. At this peaceful place, you can finally end your journey to see these places of south India.

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