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Tamil Nadu Tour Package for a Wonderful Trip

The land of 33,000 temples, Tamil Nadu is one of India’s most popular tourist sites and boasts India’s largest tourism industry. Tamil Nadu is known for its temple towns and heritage sites, hill stations, waterfalls, national parks, local cuisine, and beautiful wildlife and scenic beauty. Typically, exploring the best Tamil Nadu tourist places takes 3-4 days. The top tourist destinations in Tamil Nadu are Chennai, Ooty, Kodaikanal, Mahabalipuram, Thanjavur, Vellore, Kanyakumari, Rameshwaram, and Kanchipuram. In comparison, the natural elegance of hill stations such as Ooty and Kodaikanal leaves tourists intrigued by its irresistible charm.

Best time to visit Tamil Nadu

The best season to visit Tamil Nadu is the winter season which falls around November and February. Tamil Nadu, being India’s southernmost state, experiences a tropical climate all year round. For a single year, the state has three distinct weather patterns: winter, summer, and monsoon. Tamil Nadu’s daytime temperature reaches up to 40 degrees Celsius during the summer season and the best time to visit this state depends on a number of factors such as temperature, rainfall, local festivals, and current conditions. Tamil Nadu’s winter season is perfect for sightseeing.

Best places to visit in Tamil Nadu

While visiting this southern state one must know about the best places to visit, some must-do activities and other traveling tips. most of the Tamil Nadu famous tourist places consist of a vast variety of picturesque locations. Here are some of the most famous tourist destination of Tamil Nadu.

  • Kanyakumari

    Kanyakumari, also known as Cape Comorin, is a popular pilgrimage center and has been a great art and religious center for centuries. It was also an area of tremendous commerce and trade. Cholas, Pandyas, and Nayaks ruled Kanyakumari and it later came under the rule of the Venad dynasty with Padmanabhapuram as it’s capital.

  • Ooty

    Ooty is often referred to as the' Queen of Hill Stations,' and is also known as Udhagamandalam. It is the capital of the district of Nilgiris ( meaning blue mountains) in Tamilnadu state. Ooty is a land of picturesque picnic spots and lakes and was a popular summer and weekend getaway for the British during colonial days.

  • Kodaikanal

    At a distance of 95 kilometers from Dindigul, 117 kilometers from Madurai, 169 kilometers from Coimbatore, 469 kilometers from Bangalore, 272 kilometers from Kochi, 162 kilometers from Munnar, 253 kilometers from Ooty and 528 kilometers from Chennai is situated the most famous hill station, Kodaikanal. It is one of the best hill stations and must must-visit destinations during your trip to South India and one of the best places to explore on your Tamil Nadu Tour package. There are various separate Kodaikanal tour packages available that will make your trip even more exciting and memorable.

How to reach Tamil Nadu

  • By Air:

    The international airport of Chennai operates domestic flights to 20 countries as well as international flights to destinations such as Berlin, London, etc

  • By Road:

    Tamil Nadu has a road network of almost 1.70-kilometre. Private bus companies and a number of government buses link the major cities and travel the whole south.

  • By Rail:

    The Southern Railways has a wide network with its headquarters in Chennai covering a large portion of the Southern Peninsular regions of India. The network includes the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Pondicherry, a large section of Karnataka and a portion of Andhra Pradesh.

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