Famous for its UNESCO World Heritage-listed ancient rock-cut temples, cave sanctuaries, and intricately carved sculptures.
The southernmost tip of mainland India, offering breathtaking views of the confluence of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean.
Known as the "Manchester of South India," Coimbatore is an industrial city surrounded by the Western Ghats, with attractions like the Siruvani Waterfalls.
Another beautiful hill station, known for its pleasant climate, serene lakes, and scenic landscapes.
Famous for the Brihadeeswarar Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and known for its contributions to art, architecture, and classical music.
A charming coastal town with a French colonial influence, offering a mix of spirituality, history, and laid-back beach vibes.
Famous for its ancient temples and silk sarees, Kanchipuram is a city with a rich cultural and religious heritage.
A ghost town with a fascinating history, located on the southeastern tip of Pamban Island.
A popular hill station in the Nilgiri Hills, Ooty is known for its scenic landscapes, tea gardens, and pleasant climate.
A pilgrimage destination known for Ramanathaswamy Temple and its long, pristine beaches.