Popular South India Tour Packages
|South India Tour Itinerary
||No. of Days
|South India Temple Tour
||05 Days / 04 Nights
|South India Hill Station Tour
||06 Days / 05 Nights
|8 Days South India Tour Packages
||08 Days / 07 Nights
|South India Honeymoon Packages
||08 Days / 07 Nights
|13 Nights 14 Days Tour Package
||14 Days / 13 Nights
Which is the best time to visit South India?
You are the sole proprietor of making your own plans and make your travel decisions. All year round, South India has a moderate temperature which means that it is not so hot in the summers, and not so cold in winters for it is a tropical part of India. With coastal areas surrounding the places, it welcomes its visitors in the less hot months unlike May to June where the average temperature goes up to 32 degrees, to enjoy the exclusive South India trip package to the fullest.
Major Highlights of South India Holiday Packages
To catch the best insights for the upcoming holiday package for South India, read through the following to acknowledge what all will you be exploring throughout.
Rich Culture and Geography
South India is one of the favorite destinations of tourists and travelers. There are many reasons that support this, from the utterly beautiful climatic conditions, and architectural discoveries to the serene beaches and stunning greenery captivating the visitors. Not only this, but South India is also a home to wildlife, coffee plantations, exquisite local cuisine, and pristine people one encounters.
Classical Music, Festivals and Dance
When you are there for a holiday in South India, you get encompassed with classical dance and music like Carnatic music, classical dances like Bharat Natyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali, and Mohiniattam. Apart from those, you will get a chance to enjoy several festivals like, Pongal, Onam, Hampi Utsav, Mysore Dasara, Natyanjali Dance Festival, Pongal or Thrissur Pooram which you enjoy at the fullest!
Popular Places to Visit in South India
The beauty of South India lies in a lot of places which you cannot count on fingers! Commencing from Mahabalipuram, Ooty Hyderabad, Hampi, Mangalore, Udupi, Murudeshwar, Mysore, Coorg Hassan, Chikmagalur, Belur, Halebid, Shravanbelgola, Vizag, Araku Valley, and Borra Caves, you get to discover other places of importance namely, Trichy, Madurai, Rameshwaram, Thanjavur, Pondicherry, and Kanchipuram. Not only will you enjoy the places during a family trip, but also if you are out with your friends or spouse.
Pilgrimage points: Meenakshi Temple, Sri Venkateshwar Temple, Kumararama Bheemeshwara Swamy Temple, Mammiyoor Shiva Temple, Guruvayoor Temple, Kamakshi Amman Temple, Varadharaja Perumal Temple, Devarajaswami Temple and many others to mention.
Beaches: Om beach, Lighthouse beach, Varkala Beach, Rishikonda Beach, Marina Beach, Maravanthe Beach, Alappuzha Beach, Velankanni Beach, Tagore Beach, Half Moon Beach and other alike.
Tourist attractions: Nilgiri Mountain, Atukkad Waterfalls, Echo Point, Pothamedu Viewpoint, Ooty Rose Garden, Alleppey, Coorg, Pondicherry, Kanyakumari, Lotus Palace, Tirupati, Kodaikanal, and so on.
Popular Cuisine of the South
When it comes to exploring the whole Southern part of India, what must come into mind is the exploration of a plethora of dishes that are popular. The cuisine that you get to explore here include, steamed and coconut flavored dishes like dosa, idlis, upma, coffee (called kaapi in the local languages), vada, sambhar, chutney, authentic seafood, and meat dishes in abundance. Other than that the naturally produced coffee from fresh grown coffee beans in the Nilgiris of Tamil Nadu and the historic delicacy of Hyderabad that is Biryani makes its visitors seek more days to stay in the place for the food it has in store for the newcomers.
How to Reach South India
When you are traveling to South India from other parts of the country, then airways and railways seem to be the best modes of transportation with special weight on the former.
By Air: There are numerous airports which make the air conveyance smooth and convenient. Some of the domestic and international airports that connect you to the several states of South India are in, Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai and Tiruchirapalli international airports in Tamil Nadu, Cochin International Airport and Trivandrum International Airport in Kerala, Mysore airport in Bengaluru, Kempegowda International Airport, Vijayawada and Tirupati airports in Andhra Pradesh, and Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Telangana.
By Train: No matter where you commute from, trains from every corner of India get you at your selected destination at South. The popular junctions in South India include, Bengaluru Mysore (or Mysuru) and Hampi in Karnataka, Kozhikode and Alleppey in Kerala, Chennai, Madurai and Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu.
Shopping Hubs Exploration
Chennai: Silk Kanjeevaram Sarees T. Nagar, handicrafts from Tirunelveli, jewelry from Kumbakonam, metal works from Thanjavur.
Mysore: Sandalwood products, essential oils, boxes and figurines, face packs and powders of sandalwood, Mysore Silk Sarees.
Kerala: Connemara Market spices and clothes, MG Road for tea and coffee, Kathakali masks, nuts, and banana chips.
Madurai: Cotton and silk fabrics, bell metal products like lamps, bronze images, wood and stone carvings and Sungudi Sarees.
Ooty: You can find chocolates, cookies and vanilla fudge and spices, essential oils, face packs, lotions and creams, tea and organic honey, embroidered dresses, handkerchiefs, napkins and coasters.