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Wonders in South India

The Hindu heartland of this remarkable subcontinent presents an amazing array of experiences special to the region; from colonial railways crossing gorges to priceless temple craftwork illustrating spiritual legends, our in-depth 16-day schedule immerses you within this mystifying province. Cruise the palm-fringed backwaters of Alleppey, marvel at royal splendor in Mysore Palace and catch a glimpse of Kabini's allusive Bengal tiger.

Top Natural Wonders in South India

1. Gandikota

People call it the 'Grand Canyon of India. It is an attractive canyon formed by the Pennar River as it presses from in between the rock formation that has played witness to a number of kingdoms in history.

2. Dhanushkodi

This abandoned town has more than just a history of a cyclone. The revered 'RamaSethu' or Adam's bridge was previously thought about to be the biggest Tombolo in the world and is believed to have formed due to the drifting of India and the Lankan land masses several thousand years ago.

3. Borra Caves

Most people have never ever seen a real cave in their entire lives; still, those that do remain permanently fascinated by the amazing display of natural forces. The rock formations at the Borra caves (located in the Ananthagiri hills of Andhra Pradesh's Araku Valley) are proof that wonderful things can appear when water meets limestone.

4. Hogenakkal Falls

It is not for absolutely nothing that this impressive waterfall is called Hogenakkal (" smoking rocks" in Kannada) - after winding its means with a peaceful valley between Karnataka and also Tamil Nadu, the river Cauvery cascades from a height of 150 ft, producing a spray so strong that feels even more like smoke than mist.

Bounded by large black granite rocks on either side, Hogenakkal is not one massive waterfall but a series of smaller falls that merge right into a stream meandering towards the hills in the distance.

5. Borra Guhalu

The Borra Caves are called Borra Guhalu, situated in the Ananthagiri hills of the Araku valley on the East Coast of India. Borra Caves are the inmost collapse India and also the home of bats, gold gecko, fruit ba, and insects.

6. Mudumalai National Park

The foremost reason behind Mudumalai's incorporation is that I am yet to visit a national park in southern India. So, I believe that I may also begin by visiting out the one that prolongs across Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and also Kerala. What interesting note is that Mudumalai links the Western and also the Eastern ghats. It is also house to around 15% of the creature species found in India.